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					                                              RES. NOS. 999   6   1000
                           RESOLUTION NO. 999
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               A RESOLUTION APPROVING ASSESSMENT DIAGRAM
               IN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 84-1    CITY OF
               KINGMAN, ARIZONA.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF TEE CITY OF KINGMAN, COUNTY OF
MOBAVE, STATE OF ARIZONA:
     Section 1:     That the duplicate diagrams of the property
contained within the assessment district in Improvement District No.
84-1 prepared by the City Engineer pursuant to Section 48-589, Arizona
Revised Statutes, be, and the same are hereby approved as the official
duplicate diagrams of said assessment district.
     Section 2:     That the City Clerk shall certify that the
duplicate diagrams have been approved, together with the date thereof,
and shall deliver same to the Superintendent of Streets to be used by
him pursuant to the provisions of Section 48-589, Arizona Revised
Statutes.
     Section 3:     That this resolution shall be in full force and
effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this   5th   day of    August          ,1985.
ATTEST :                                  APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
Assessment Diagram on next page.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 1000
               RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY
               OF KINGMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA,
               FIXING TIME FOR HEARING ON ASSESSMENT FOR THE
               IMPROVEMENT OF PORTIONS OF PHOENIX AVENUE
          WHEREAS, the Common Council of the City of Kingman, Mohave
County, State of Arizona, has been notified pursuant to the provisions
of Section 48-589 and 48-590, Arizona Revised Statutes, of the
completion of improvement work performed by PREIDAY CONSTRUCTION as
contractor, on the sewerline construction in Phoenix Avenue between
Railroad Street and Monroe Street, Improvement District 84-1 in the
City of Kingman, in accordance with Resolution of Intention No. 2.
          NOW, TEKEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY TBE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:
     1.   That the Common Council hear and determine the assessments
as required by A.R.S.548-590, and that the date and time for hearing
on such assessment be fixed and set for the 3rd day of September, 1985
at the hour of 7:00 o'clock p.m., at the Council Chamber in the City
Complex of Kingman, and that notice of proposed hearing be published 5
times in the Mohave Daily Miner a daily newspaper of general
circulation in the City of Kingman.
           PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this    5th      day of August              ,   19 85     .
ATTEST :                                  APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                 Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                                                 RESOLUTION NOS. 1001 6 1002

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                           RESOLUTION NO. 1001
              A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL FOR
              THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING THE
              CITY ENGINEER TO FORMULATE PLANS FOR THE CONSTRUC-
              TION OF A DRAINAGE POND AND CHANNELS TO EASE STORM
              DRAINAGE BETWEEN FAIRGROUNDS BLVD AND ANDY DEVINE;
              AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY ATTORNEY TO OBTAIN THE
              NECESSARY PROPERTY.
    BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
    ARIZONA, as follows:
         1.   The City of Kingman is authorized to construct storm
              drainage facilities pursuant to A.R.S.§9-240B5(b).
         2.   Storm drainage in the area between Fairgrounds Blvd. and
              Andy Devine in Kingman, Arizona, would be facilitated by the
              construction of a drainage pond and associated drainage
              channels.
         3.   The City of Kingman intends to construct a drainage pond and
              necessary channels to facilitate storm drainage between
              Fairgrounds Blvd. and Andy Devine.
         4.   The City Engineer is authorized to draw plans and determine
              the specifications for the project. The City Engineer is
              authorized to make an initial determination of the
              construction costs.
         5.   The Attorney for the City of Kingman is authorized to obtain
              any property necessary for this project.
    PASSED AND ADOPTED this 5*     dayof     h4d             , 1985, by
    the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
-   ATTEST:                                   APPROVED :


    Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                Carol S. Anderson, Mayor


                                 RESOLUTION NO. 1002
                   A RESOLUTION BY THE N Y O R AND COMMON COUNCIL
                   OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, SUPPORTING
                   THE COUNTY FREE LIBRARY SYSTEM.
    WHEREAS, the County of Mohave has notified the City that the County
    Free Library System will impose a mil levy for the 1985 - 1986 fiscal
    year for the purpose of paying for the operation and maintenance of
    the County Free Library System; and
    WHERBAS, pursuant to A.R.S.99-411, the City may operate its own Free
    Library System or, pursuant to A.R.S.Bl1-901 et seq., the City may
    elect to join the County Free Library System; and
    WHEREAS, the City joined the County Free Library System on June 10,
    1974, and the County now has asked the City whether the City elects to
    remain within the County Free Library System;
    BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL, as follows:
         Section 1.     The City of Kingman elects to remain with the
         County Free Library System pursuant to A.R.S.Bl1-901 et seq.
    PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
    Kingman, Arizona, this 5th    day of   August          , 1985.
    ATTEST:                                    APPROVED :


    Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                 Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
    Civ8
                    CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                    RESOLUTION NO.   1003

          A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA;
          LEVYING UPON THE ASSESSED VALUATION OF THE
          PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF KINGMAN SUBJECT
          TO TAXATION A CERTAIN SUM UPON EACH ONE
          HUNDRED   DOLLARS   ($100.00)  OF   VALUATION
          SUFFICIENT TO RAISE THE AMOUNT ESTIMATED TO
          BE REQUIRED IN THE ANNUAL BUDGET; PROVIDING
          FOR A GENERAL OBLIGATION AND BOND REDEMPTION
          FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING THE 30TH DAY
          OF JUNE, 1986.

WHEREAS, pursuant to A.R.S.542-304, the City must, by resolution,
levy secondary property taxes for the fiscal year 1985-86 not
later than the third Monday in August; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, as follows:
     Section 1.     There is hereby levied on each one hundred
     dollars ($100.00) of the assessed value of all property,
     both real and personal, within the corporate limits of the
     City of Kingman, except such property as may be by law
     exempt from taxation, a tax rate of       for the purpose of
     providing a General Obligation Bond Redemption Fund for the
     interest and principal for the City of Kingman General
     Obligation Bonds for the fiscal year ending on the 30th day
     of June, 1986.
     Section 2.     This Resolution shall be in full force and
     effect from July 1, 1985.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
KINGMAN, ARIZONA, this 12th day of     August         , 1985.
                                        APPROVED :


                                        CAROL S. ANDERSON   Mayor
ATTEST:

DOROTHY HELMER      City Clerk
Civ8
                            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                              RESOLUION N U '


--        WHEREAS, the Superintendent of Streets of the City of Kingman has
     duly assessed, under Resolution of Intention No. 959 the costs and
     expenses of the improvement of portions of Phoenix Avenue from Monroe
     Street to Railroad Street by the construction of 2200 feet of vitreous
     clay sewerline in the City of Kingman as described in said Resolution
     of Intention, and has caused said assessment to be recorded as
     provided by law; and
          WHEREAS, the 3rd day of September,l985 was fixed for the hearing
     on said assessment by Resolution of the Common Council of the City of
     Kingman; and
          WHEREAS, Notice thereof has been given as required by law by
     publication-for five ( 5 ) times in the MOHAVE DAILY MINER a daily
     newspaper published and circulated in the said City of Kingman; and
          WEEFWiS, no objections to this assessment were filed during the
     period provided by law; and
          WHEREAS, it appears that the total costs and expenses of said
     improvements have been assessed upon each of the several lots included
     within the assessment district described in the Resolution of
     Intention, in proportion to the benefits to be received by each of the
     lots, and that none of the respective lots have been assessed in
     excess of the benefits to be derived from the improvement described in
-    the Resolution of Intention; and
          WHERgAS, said asssessment in all respects complies with the laws
     providing for such assessments and under which said improvement was
     ordered :
          NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY TBE COMHON COUNCIL OF TEE CITY
     OP KINGUAN that the assessment and warrant made by the Superintendent
     of Streets and recorded for Improvement District No. 84-1 , are
     hereby approved.
          Approved this     3rd   day of   September   ,   1985.


                                           CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
     ATTEST:

     Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk
                         CITY OF KINGMAN
                     RESOLUTION NO. 1005
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
           OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: RELATING TO
           THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF CEDAR STREET
           CONTIGUOUS TO BLOCK C, KINGMAN TOWNSITE
           ADDITION.
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman has received a request from Mr. Sean
Bursley, the owner of Block C, Kingman Townsite Addition, to
vacate as a public roadway the south fifty (50) feet of Cedar
Street being contiguous to Block C, Kingman Townsite Addition,
and
WHEREAS, this request was forwarded to the City Engineer,
Citizens Utilities Company Electric Division, Citizens Utilities
Company Telephone Division, Southern Union Gas Company, and
Warner h e x Cable Communications Inc., for review and comment,
and
WHEREAS, none of the above described utility companies have any
utility lines in the right-of-way area proposed for vacation, nor
had any objections to the vacation request, and
WHEREAS, this request was reviewed by the Kingman Planning and
Zoning Commission at a public hearing on August 14, 1985 and
September 11, 1985, at which time the Commission found that there
was no need for the right-of-way proposed to be vacated.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mayor and Common Council
of the City of Kingman, Arizona, determines that the vacation of
the above described portion of Cedar Street would have no
detrimental effect on the transportation network or utility
systemns servicing the Kingman Townsite Additon; and hereby
approved the vacation request; and by so doing hereby instructs
the City Clerk to record this Resolution in the Office of the
Mohave County Recorder; and authorizes the Mayor to sign off on a
Quitclaim Deed transferring the above described property to the
abutting property owner.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this 16th day of September , 1985.
                                APPROVED :

                                Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST :                        APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk      James Chavez, City Attorney
ResOrdsbjm
                            CITY OF KINGMAN
                         RESOLUTION NO. 1006

    A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
    CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, PROVIDING FOR ENHANCED TRASH
    COLLECTION IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, IN
    COOPERATION WITH THE DOWNTOWN KINGMAN MERCHANTS
    ASSOCIATION, DESCRIBING THE DISTRICT, AND PROVIDING A
    PROCEDURE FOR THE BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICT TO
    PARTICIPATE IN THE ENHANCED TRASH COLLECTION PROGRAM.

WHEREAS, the City of Kingman is authorized pursuant to A.R.S.
9-276, to provide measures for keeping the sidewalks and streets
of the City clean and has started a Keep America Beautiful
program under Resolution No. 997, adopted and passed on the 15th
day of July 1985, and
WHEREAS, the Downtown Kingman Merchants Association desires to
participate with the City of Kingman in its efforts with the Keep
America Beautiful Program and to make the Central Business
District a more attractive place, and
WHEREAS, the Downtown Kingman Merchants Association agrees to
purchase trash receptacles to be placed along the sidewalk areas
of the Central Business District in an effort to help curtail
litter along the public right-of-way,
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1   -   Central Business District Defined
    For the purposes of this Resolution the Central Business
    District is defined as that area bounded by Andy Devine
    Avenue, Oak Street, North First Street, and North Sixth
    Street, excluding those areas along Oak Street betwen North
    First and North Third Streets.
SECTION 2   -   Enhanced Trash Collection Program
     The Common Council hereby creates a Central Business
     District Sidewalk Trash Receptacle Program. Any business
     located within the Central Business District of the City of
     Kingman, as described above, may participate in this program
     by making application in writing and by complying with the
     following rules and regulations:
     (1) Applications for participation in the program will be
         received and processed by the City in the month
         following the effective date of this Resolution.
         Thereafter, applications will be received and processed
         by the City semiannually, until the program is
         terminated by the Common Council.
     (2) Each application shall be in the name(s) of the business or
         businesses desiring to participate in the program, and shall
         be accompanied by payment sufficient to cover the full costs
         of purchasing a uniform sidewalk receptacle.
     (3)    The sidewalk receptacles purchased as part of this program
            shall be uniform in nature and shall be of a construction
            and design determined by the Common Council after
            consultation with the Downtown Kingman Merchants
            Association.
     (4)    When a business discontinues participation in the program,
            the sidewalk trash receptacle shall become the property of
            the City.
     (5) At any time the Sanitation Superintendent determines that a
         particular trash receptacle is no longer usable it shall be
         removed by the City Sanitation Department.

     ( 6 ) The replacement of any receptacle shall be paid for on a
           50/50 basis between the City and the participating business
           or businesses or Downtown Kingman Merchants Association.
  Res No. 1006 continued     -
                          Downtown Trash Collection Program
SECT10 3 - City Participation
    3610
    The City of Kingman agrees to participate in this program by:
    (1) Purchasing two trash receptacles, one to be placed in front of
        the City Complex on North Fourth Street, and the other to be
        placed in front of the public library on North Fourth Street.
    (2)     Ordering and installing the trash receptacles at the
            appropriate locations, upon receipt of the application and
            payment to cover the cost of purchase, from the participating
            business or businesses.
    (3) Having City crews dump the trash receptacles on a periodic
        basis (as determined by the City's Sanitation Superintendent),
        and furnish plastic trash bags to be used as the liners of the
        trash receptacles.
     (4) The City reserves the right to review the program on an annual
         basis to determine its effectiveness and feasibility of
         continuation. This review shall be included as part of the
         annual budgeting process, and should there be any concern
         about the continuation of the program, the Downtown Kingman
         Merchants Association and participating business shall be
         notified in writing of this concern and possibility of
         discontinuing the program.
     (5)    Should the Kingman Common Council elect at any point in time
            to discontinue the program, any receptacles still in existence
            shall become the responsibility of the participating business
            or businesses.
SECTION 4   -   Application Form
    The application form for participation in this program shall be as
    follows:
    Application is hereby made for participation in the Central
    Business District Sidewalk Trash Receptacle Program of the City of
    Kingman. As operator of the business described below, I hereby
    agree to abide-by RESOLUTION NO. 1006
    of the City of Kingman.
    Business Name
    Business Location
    Proposed Location of the Trash Receptacle
    Name of Business Operator
    Signature                                    Date
SECTION 5   -   Administration
    City participation in this program shall be supervised by the
    City's Sanitation Superintendent. Any concerns or problems
    identified during the course of this program shall be reviewed by
    the Sanitation Superintendent. He/she shall be responsible for
    reporting to the Common Council on an annual basis (during the
    budget process) the status of the program, and whether or not the
    program should be continued.
'ASSED AND ADOPTED by the Kingman Common Council, this
lay of              , 1985
                                   APPROVED :

                                   Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
4TTEST:                            APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Iorothy Helmer, City Clerk         James Chavez, City Attorney
                                     CITY OF KINGMAN
                                  RESOLUTION NO.     1007                       301
                    A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
                    OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; DECLARING
                    AS A PUBLIC RECORD THE DOCUMENT ON FILE WITH
                    THE CITY CLERK AND ENTITLED "POLICY FOR USE
                    OF CITY COMPLEX MEETING ROOMS AND KINGMAN
                    COMMUNITY CENTER:, DATED OCTOBER, 1985; AND
                    RECINDING RESOLUTION NO. 660.

    BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
i   ARIZONA :
          1)    Resolution No. 660 is hereby repealed.
          2)    the document entitled
                "POLICY FOR USE OF CITY COMPLEX MEETING ROOMS
                AND KINGMAN COMMUNITY CENTER", dated October, 1985,
                attached as Exhibit A, three copies of which are on file in
                the office of the City Clerk, is declared to be a public
4               record.
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0   PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
m   KINGMAN,Arizona,this     21st d a y o f  October ,1985.
m   ATTEST :                                         APPROVED :
a
    Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                       Carol S. Anderson, Mayor

    Exhibit A
                           C I T Y      O F    K I N G M A N
                                         POLICY
                                        FOR USE OF
                C I T Y   C O M P L E X       M E E T I N G       R O O M S
                                           AND
                  K I N G M A N     C O M M U N I T Y       C E N T E R
                                     October, 1985
               Adopted by Resolution No.      1007 and Ordinance No.      587

                                         POLICY
                                      FOR USE OF
                            CITY COMPLEX MEETING ROOMS
    The following policy of the City of Kingman relates to the use of City
a   Complex meeting rooms for non-City functions:
     A.   Definitions
          City Functions: This term relates to any and all activities
          which function under the direct responsibility of the City of
          Kingman relevant to the duties and programs pertaining to the
          conduct of City business.
          Non-City Functions: This term is a broad classification of
          activities or programs which may be sponsored or conducted by
          other governmental entities, profit motive organizations, non-
          profit organizations, civic service clubs or other organizations
          not directly identified as a City function.
          Governmental Entities: Any political subdivision or agencies
          of federal, state, county or municipal governments.
Res. 1007 continued    -   Use of Meeting Rooms Policy
 302
B.   Space Available
     The following areas are available for non-City functions:
     1.   City Council Chambers
     2.   Conference Room (behind City Council Chambers)
C.   Scheduled Uses
     City functions have priority on the use of meeting rooms.
     City functions may preempt a previously scheduled non-City
     use.
     The City Complex meeting rooms may be scheduled for non-City
     functions through the City Clerk for a reasonable period of
     time not in conflict with City functions and at the discretion
     of the City Clerk.
     1.   Other Governmental Entities
          The space available in the City Complex buildings will be
          available to other governmental entities on a rent-free,
          pre-scheduled basis. Insurance requirements under Para-
          graph E of this policy may be waived.

     2.   Non-Profit (Service) Orqanizations
          The space available to non-profit organizations will be
          limited to the City Council Chambers and Conference Room
          on a rent-free, scheduled basis. Other governmental
          agencies will be given the benefit of space needed in case of
          a conflict.
          Insurance requirements under Paragraph E of this Policy may
          be waived.
     3.   Profit-Motive Organizations and Others
          This paragraph applies to entities which operate for gain
          and are not charities or service organizations. Any commer-
          cial entity shall comply with this paragraph.
           a)    The space available to these organizations will be
                 limited to the City Council Chambers and Conference
                 room on the following rental basis:
                    City Council Chambers      --        $25.00/day
                    Conference Room            --        $lO.OO/day
            b)    Space will be rented on a scheduled basis with prefer-
                  ence given to other governmental entities and non-
                  profit organizations. Insurance requirements of Para-
                  graph E of this Policy shall be met.
D.   Continued Use
     The City Complex meeting rooms may be scheduled for non-City
     functions on a continuing basis by making application and
     getting approval from the Mayor and Common Council. A lease/
     rental agreement will be negotiated and signed by both the
     City of Kingman and other governmental entity.
E.   Insurance Requirements
     Organizations required to have insurance under this policy
     shall file with the City Clerk of the City of Kingman a certi-
     ficate of insurance naming the City of Kingman as insured
     covering the period of anticipated use.
     The minimum policy coverage shall be:
     Bodily Injury                      --   $100,000.00   - $300,000.00
     Property Damage                    --   $ 50,000.00
     or a Combined Single Limit of      --   $300,000.00
                     Res. 1007 continued - Use of Meeting Rooms Policy

                                 POLICY
                               FOR USE OF
                        KINGMAN COMMUNITY CENTER

 I    This Policy Statement sets forth the rules and regulations for
      the use of the Kingman Community Center.
I1    Classification of Organizations:
      A.   City Parks and Recreation
           City Parks and Recreation programs will have first priority
           on the scheduling of the facilities other than facilities
           in use by other City departments. There will be no fees
           charged to the department for any of its programs. There
           may be an individual registration, admission, instruction,
           expendble materials or consumable materials fee charged to
           individuals participating in these programs.
      B.   Governmental Organizations
           Governmental organizations or agencies which are supported by
           taxes or their satellite organizations may use the facili-
           ties free of rental fees by prior scheduling with the Parks
           and Recreation department office through submission of proper
           forms. These organizations will be reuired to post a refund-
           able key and cleanup deposit. Insurance requirements under
           Use Policy Item 11 may be waived.
      C.   Service groups and charitable organizations
           Service groups and charitable organizations or groups may
           use the facilities for events and activities that are
           consistent with the objectives and standards of the Parks
           and Recreation Department, by prior scheduling through sub-
           mission of proper forms to the Parks and Recreation Depart-
           ment. These organizations will be charged the rental
           fee and will be required to post a refundable key and
           clean-up deposit. Insurance requirements under Use Policy
           Item 11 may be waived for meetings and programs of a day or
           less. Long term users of the building must comply with the
           insurance requirements.
      D.    Profit Motive Orqanizations
           Profit motive organizations charging admission or selling
           goods/services may use the facilities if scheduled with the
           Parks Department and must pay the Daily rental fee plus 10%
           of the gross proceeds of the activity. They must submit
           proper forms and are required to post a refundable key and
           clean-up deposit. Insurance requirements under Use Policy
           Item 11 shall be met.
I11   Use Policy:
      1.   Any organization wishing to leave supplies must provide own
           storage cabinet as specified by the Parks & Recreation De-
           partment.
      2.   NO cooking permitted - only serving of food. No food will
           be allowed to remain in the buiding overnight.
      3.   Any posting of information must be cleared through the Parks
           and Recreation Department.
      4.   Area must be left in condition in which it was found.
      5.   Building is avilable for use 8:00 A. M. until 10:OO P.M.,
           unless special permission is granted.
      6.    Permanent use of any area in the building will not be
            granted to any organization or group.
        1007 continued - Use of Meeting Rooms Policy
Re   9-04
        7.     Organizations responsibly and properly organized may use the
               facilities without supervision of City personnel through
               proper key checkout and deposit procedures.
        8.     Participating organizations shall not duplicate or loan
               keys. Key must be returned the first working day following
               use or forfeiture of key deposit will result.
        9.      24 hours notice is required for any cancellations.
       10.      Fees are due prior to schedule use.
       11.     Organizations required to have insurance under this policy
               shall file with the City Clerk of the City of Kingman a cer-
               tificate of insurance naming the City of Kingman as insured
               covering the period of anticipated use. The minimum policy
               coverage shall be:
                 Bodily Injury                          --       $100,000.00        -   $300.000.00
                 Property Damage                        --         50,000.00
                 or a combined Single Limit of          --        300,000.00

RERl!AL RATIS:
                                Meting                                      hnthly
                              Rate-3 Hrs         Rate-3 Hrs               Rate-lWice
                                or Less            or More               Per Wk.or
Less
Main Floor Activity Roan
  35' x 42' (Capacity 100)       $    7.00              $ 15.00                 $   25.00
Kitchen                               3.00                   7.00                   10.00
lawer Level Activity Roams
  each                                 .0
                                      50                   11-00                    18.00
Storage for Organization
  Material & E ~ ~ ~ E x w I ~
  (in standard portable cabinets
   only (4' x 2'6" x 18")
Key Deposit
  (Refundable u p return)              .0
                                      50
clean-upmge Deposit                  25.00

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                             CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                              RESOLUTION NO. 1008
                 A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
                 CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, DECLARING AS A PUBLIC
                 RECORD THE DOCUMENT ON FILE WITH THE CITY CLERK
                 ENTITLED "CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, BUSINESS LICENSES".
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
ARIZONA, as follows:
            The document entitled
                      "CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                         BUSINESS LICENSES"
            attached as Exhibit A, three copies of which are on file in the
            office of the City Clerk, is declared to be a public record.
 PASSED AND ADOPTED this         4th         day of              November               ,   1985.
ATTEST :

DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk                              CAROL S. ANDERSON                       Mayor
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
                                                          (ORDINANCE NO. 590)
                                                              (EXHIBIT A)
 JAMES E. CHAVEZ, City Attorney
 .........................              *        *           *       *******,,,,.
                           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZDKA
                            RESOLUTION NO. 1009




              WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN has accepted a grant to develop
    publicly owned wastewater treatment works under the provisions of
    Section 201 of Public Law 92-500 in the past, and:
              WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN is aware that under the
    provisions of Section 208 of Public Law 92-500, the Governor of
    Arizona is required to designate an official management agency for
    each of these treatment works, and;
              WHEREAS, the Western Arizona Council of Governments has been
    designated as the Agency responsible for updating the Areawide
    Wastewater Treatment Management Plan under the provisions of Section
    208 of Public Law 92-500; which plan is required to recommend
    management agencies for the Governor's designation, and;
              WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN is aware that certain legal,
    financial and technical criteria must be met by these management
    agencies, and;
              WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN is desirous of receiving an
    updated Western Arizona Areawide Wastewater Treatment Management Plan.
              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the CITY OF KINGMAN does
1
I
    hereby request the Western Arizona Council of Government's to
    recommend the updating of the Western Arizona Areawide Wastewater
    Treatment Management Plan, within the area identified on attached
    Exhibit A, to the Governor of Arizona.
              PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
    CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona this 21st day of     October         ,1985.
                                            APPROVED :

                                            CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
    ATTEST :

    DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
    APPROVED AS TO FORM:

    JAMES E. CHAVEZ, City Attorney
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                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.   1010

           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: TO WIT, APPROVAL
           OF THE SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FROM H. D. PATILLO
           AND ROBERT J. ADAMS.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona,
as follows:
SECTION 1:    That the manufactured home park development plan for
              Patillo and Adams located in East half of Section 20,
              T21N, R16N, G. & S.R.B.M., Mohave County, Arizona, is
              hereby approved.
SECTION 2:    The plan approved being the plan reviewed by the Planning
              and Zoning Commission on October 9, 1985. Said plan
              covering 52.239 acres, having 200 spaces for manufactured
              home development.
SECTION 3:    This development plan approved is subject to the following
              conditions:
              (A) The development of a left turn lane on Hualapai
              Mountain Road, in a Southeast direction for efficient and
              site traffic flow.
              (B) The dedication at perimeter roads as shown on
              attached map.
              (C) Six(6) foot high perimeter screening, chain link
              fence and shrubbery as acceptable material for such
              screening and to prevent direct access from spaces onto
              streets other than interior park streets.
              (D) Twenty four (24) foot paved road on the west
              perimeter of the property to the intersection of a
              secondary emergency access road to said park at this time,
              further perimeter road improvements to be made when
              adjacent properties develop.
SECTION 4:    Approval of development plan is contingent on the
              developer/owner meeting conditions as set forth herein,
              said approval shall be null and void if conditions are not
              met.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 4th    day of   November      , 1985.
                                    APPROVED :



                                    Carol S. Anderson, Mayor

ATTEST :                            APPROVED AS TO FORM:


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk          James Chavez, City Attorney
*****        *****    *****     *****      *****    *****      *****
                                CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO. 1011
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: TO WIT, APPROVAL OF THE
           PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN FOR QUAIL RIDGE
           ESTATES, TRACT 1914.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
Arizona, as follows:
SECTION 1:      That the preliminary subdivision plan for Quail
                Ridge Estates, Tract 1914, is hereby approved.
SECTION 2:      That the preliminary plan was reviewed by the
                Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission, on October
                9, 1985, and approval was recommended.
SECTION 3 :     Approval at said preliminary plan is subject to the
                following conditions:
                 (A) The subdivision, because of the one acre lot
                 size, may not have sidewalks, an exception requested
                 by the developer.
                 (B) A suitable name be substituted for Quail Run
                 Drive, so as not to conflict withan existing County
                 street name.
                (C) A concrete ribbon be installed along the edge
                of the asphalt portion of the cul-de-sac to prolong
                the street edge, in lieu of a curbing system.
                 (D) And, in lieu of a perimeter street improvement
                 on Pasadena, participation of all nine lots of the
                 proposed subdivision in an improvement district, for
                 the improvement of Pasadena as a collector.
SECTION 4:    Approval of preliminary plan is subject to all conditions
              and requirements as set forth in Ordinance #504, City of
              Kingman, except for those specifically mentioned in
              Section 3 above.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 21st day of      October       , 1985.

                                       APPROVED :



                                       Carol   S.   Anderson, Mayor


ATTEST :                               APPROVED AS TO FORM:



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk             James Chavez, City Attorney
   *****            *****           *****              *****          *****
                    RESOLUTION NO.   1012

RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA,
DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO IMPROVE CERTAIN STREETS AND
RIGHTS-OF-WAY WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID CITY,
INCLUDING THE IMPROVEMENT OF CERTAIN PORTIONS OF KAREN AVENUE
BETWEEN VAN BUREN STREET AND JACKSON STREET BY THE
CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING: 8 INCH VITRIFIED CLAY SANITARY
SEWER, 6 INCH ASBESTOS CONCRETE WATERLINE, CONCRETE CURBS AND
GUTTER, 4 INCH CONCRETE SIDEWALK AND ASPHALTIC PAVEMENT, AS
SHOWN ON THE PLANS; DESIGNATING SUCH IMPROVEMENT AS "CITY OF
KINGMAN IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 85-3"; DETERMINING THAT
IMPROVEMENT BONDS WILL BE ISSUED TO REPRESENT THE COSTS AND
EXPENSES THEREOF AND DECLARING THE WORK OR IMPROVEMENT TO BE
OF MORE THAN LOCAL OR ORDINARY PUBLIC BENEFIT AND THAT THE
COSTS OF SAID WORK OR IMPROVEMENT WILL BE ASSESSED UPON A
CERTAIN DISTRICT; AND PROVIDING THAT THE PROPOSED WORK OR
IMPROVEMENT WILL BE PERFORMED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE
48, CHAPTER 4, ARTICLE 2, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, AND ALL
AMENDMENTS THERETO; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
          BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY
OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, that:
          Section 1: Definitions. In this Resolution, the
following terms shall have the following meanings:
          "Work" shall mean the improvement of certain
portions of the following streets: Karen Avenue between Van
Buren Street and Jackson Street by the construction of the
following: 8 inch vitrified clay sewerline, 6 inch asbestos
concrete waterline, concrete curb and gutter, 4 inch concrete
sidewalks and asphaltic pavement,
          'Assessment District" shall mean the lots, pieces or
parcels of land lying within the boundaries described on
Exhibit "A", attached hereto and made a part hereof. For a
more particular area within the Assessment District, reference
is hereby made to the Assessment District Map attached to this
Resolution, which map is on file with the Superintendent of
Streets and the Clerk.
          "Plans and Specifications" shall mean the plans and
the specifications and contract documents for the Improvement
District filed with the Clerk prior to the adoption of this
Resolution.
          "Estimate" shall mean the estimate of costs and
expenses of the City of Kingman Karen Avenue Improvement
District No. 85-3 filed with the Clerk prior to adoption of
this Resolution, showing the estimated cost of construction to
be $38,400. the estimated cost of basic Incidental Expenses
(other than interest during construction) to be $3,840. and
the cost of interest during construction to be $4,224.
(calculated at a rate of 12% per annum for a period of 10
months).
          "City" shall mean this City.
          "Clerk" shall mean the Clerk of this City.
          "District Engineer" shall mean Alan Gove, the City
Engineer of the City of Kingman, Arizona, and any successor to
such person.
          "Governing Board" shall mean the Mayor and Council
of this City.
          "Streets" or "streets to be improved" shall mean the
length and width of the following streets: Karen Avenue
between Van Buren Street and Jackson Street at the locations
described in the definition of Work and as shown on the Plans.
                                RCSOLUTION NO. 1012
                                                          3 0 !l
          "Superintendent of Streets" shall mean Alan Gove,
the City Engineer of the City of Kingman, Arizona, and any
successor to such person.
          "City Participation" shall mean the sum of not to
exceed $0.00 to aid in the construction of the Work and the
payment of Incidental Expenses. The City may, but does not
obligate itself to, pay additional sums if necessary to
construct the project or lawfully assess the costs thereof.
          "Incidental Expenses" shall mean compensation paid
to the District Engineer, costs of printing, advertising,
posting, the amount paid the District Engineer to take charge
and superintend the work of constructing the improvements, the
expenses of making the assessment, appraiser's fees, all legal
and financial fees, expenses and costs incurred in drafting
the proceedings and the sale of bonds and all interest to be
paid on the bonds for the period of construction and not to
exceed six months beyond.
          "Assessment District Map" shall mean the map
delineating the Assessment District in the form attached to
this Resolution.
          Section 2: Declaration of Intention to Order the
Improvement. The public interest and convenience require and
it is the intention of the Governing Body to order the Work to
be performed as stated herein. All items of the Work shall be
performed as prescribed by the Plans and Specifications and no
assessment for any lot shall exceed its proportion of the
Estimate. For purposes of this Resolution and of all
resolutions, ordinances and notices pertaining to this
Resolution, the improvement of the Streets as herein described
is hereby designated City of Kingman Karen Avenue Improvement
District No. 85-3.

          Section 3. Determination of Need. In the opinion
of the Governins Body, the Work is of more than local or
ordinary public-benefit, and the Governing Body hereby orders
that all amounts due or to become due with respect to the Work
shall be chargeable upon the respective lots, pieces and
parcels of land within the Assessment District.

          Section 4. Exclusion of Certain Property. Any
public street or alley within the boundaries of the Assessment
District is hereby omitted from the Assessment District. Any
lot belonging to the United States, the state, a county, city,
school district or any political subdivision or insitution of
the state or county, which is included within the Assessment
District shall be omitted from the assessment hereafter made
except as otherwise agreed between the City and the owner.

          Section 5. Determination and Notice of Necessity to
Issue Bonds. The Governing Body finds that the public
convenience requires that Bonds shall be issued to represent
the costs and expenses of the Work to be assessed upon the
District and determines that Bonds shall be issued in the name
of the City payable, however, solely and only out of a special
fund collectible from special assessments levied and assessed
upon the lots, pieces and parcels of land within the
Assessment District in not to exceed 10 annual principal
installments from the assessments of $25.00 or over remaining
unpaid as of the end of the cash collection period.
          The Bonds shall mature on the first day of January
in amounts to be set by the Governing Body prior to their
issuance. Principal installment of the Assessment shall be
due on the first day of December immediately preceding the
maturity date of any Bonds.
        RESOLUTION NO. 1012
310             Said Bonds shall bear interest at the rate of-   -"
      exceed 14% per annum, payable on the first day of .ou$n
                                                         Jna%?
      July of each year.

                Section 6.   Bond Anticipation Notes.   The Governing
      Bodv reserves the riaht to issue bond antici~ationnotes
         a
                                                      h
      pursuant to 548-618 ~.R.s. The Governing ~ o also~reserves
      the right to retain any Bonds which may be issued and to sell
      the same for cash to pay the contractor the amounts due it in
      cash.

                Section 7. Establishment of Grade. The grades and
      elevations for the Streets are hereby officially chanqed to
      correspond with the grades and elevations shown-on the Plans.

                Section 8. Statutory Authority. The work and all
      proceedings pertaining thereto shall be performed under the
      provisions of Title 48, Chapter 4, Article 2, Arizona Revised
      Statutes, and all amendments thereto.

                Section 9. City Participation. The City will
      contribute the sum of not to exceed $0.00 toward the Work as
      the City Participation. The City may, but does not obligate
      itself to, pay additional sums necessary to construct the
      Project or lawfully assess the costs thereof.

                Section 10. Protests and Objections to the Extent
      of the Assessment District. The owners of property within the
      Assessment District may file written ~rotests    against the
      construction of the W O ; ~ or objections against the extent of
      the Assessment District. Said protests or objections shall be
      filed with Clerk of the City of Kingman, 310 North Fourth
      Street, Kingman, Arizona, 86401. Said protests or objections
      must be filed within 15 days after the last publication of
      this Resolution, or within 15 days after the completion of
      posting of the Notices of the Proposed Improvement whichever
      date is later.
                Section 11. Delegation of Authority. The District
      Ensineer is hereby authorized to fill in anv blanks and to
      make any minor co;rections necessary to complete the plank and
      the Specifications and Contract Documents.

                Section 12. Right to Reduce Scope of Work. If,
      because of pending or threatened litigation concerning any one
      or more parcels subject to assessment, the City and the
      winning bidder receive a written opinion of Bond Counsel
      stating that bonds cannot be issued against such parcel or
      parcels, the City may then cause the construction contract to
      be modified to exclude from the applicable contract some or
      all of the Work which will benefit the parcel or parcels in
      question. The filing of a certificate and request that no
      bonds be issued against any parcel pursuant to Section 48-597,
      Arizona Revised Statutes, may be deemed to be threatened
      litigation.

                Section 13. Approval of Plans, Specifications and
      Estimate. The and Specifications prepared by the
      District Engineer and heretofore filed with the Clerk are
      hereby adopted and approved as the official Plans and
      Specifications for the Work. The Estimate as heretofore filed
      with the Clerk is hereby approved and adopted.
 RESOLUT1Ok%?io~O!$.   Miscellaneous. The Work shall be done
and all proceedings therefor shall be taken, the           o i q
superintendent of-streets shall cause to be posted *'~otice$&&
Proposed Improvement" at not more than 300 feet apart along
the lines of the proposed improvements, which notice shall be
headed "Notice of Proposed Improvement", such heading to be in
letters at least 1" in height; the Clerk shall certify the
passage of this Resolution of Intention, and shall cause the
same to be published five times in The Kingman Daily Miner.
This Resolution shall be filed with the Clerk and made a part
of the records of the Governing Body.
          Section 15. Emergency. Whereas, the immediate
operation of the provisions of this Resolution is necessary
for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety of
the City of Kingman, Arizona, an emergency is declared to
exist and this resolution shall be in full force and effect
from and after its passage, adoption, and approval by the
Council of the City of Kingman, and it is hereby exempt from
the referendum provisions of the constitution and laws of the
State of Arizona.
     PASSED, ADOPTED, AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Common
Council of the City of Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona,
this   J~QL day o f & c ~ , ~ J & , 198-.

ATTEST :                                APPROVED :

DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk              CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
Attachments:
Exhibit "A"    -   Legal Description of District
          I hereby certify that the above and foregoing
Resolution No. - was duly passed by the Mayor and Council
of the City of Kingman, Arizona, at a regular meeting held
on             , 198-, and that a quorum was present thereat
and that the vote thereon was      -ayes and       nays.    -
did not vote or were absent.

                                       Clerk, City of Kingman



                              Exhibit "A"



ASSESSMENT DISTRICT BOUNDARY
     That area of land which includes:
     Lots 13 through 24 of Block 4,
     and
     The parcels in Block 6 fronting on Karen Avenue including
     Tax Parcel Nos. 26, 27, 35, 737, 36, 09, 22 of Cecil
     Davis Addition Unit No. 1, in the plat recorded with
     Mohave County Recorder on May 28, 1963.
RESOLUTION NO.   1012

 312
                            CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.    03
                                           11
          A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
          THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; DECLARING THAT THERE
          BE HELD 1986 CITY PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS.
          WHEREAS, the Statutes of the State of Arizona, provide that
on the third Tuesday in May there shall be a -generalMunicipal Elec-
tion held for the purpose of electing three Councilmen and a Mayor,
which General Election shall be preceded by a Primary Election.
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common
Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, that
          (a) there will be held and conducted a Primary Election on
              March XX, 1986, for the purpose of nominating
              candidates for the offices of Councilmen and Mayor.
          (b) that there will be held and conducted a General
              Municipal Election to be held on the third Tuesday in
              May, for the purpose of electing three Councilmen and a
              Mayor.
          (c) the City Clerk give proper and legal notice, and
              make all required arrangements for said elections in
              order that all citizens may participate with the least
              inconvenience.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this                &'
                             day of 7%*&              , 1985.
                         RESOLUCION NRO. ,1013
          UNA RESOLUCION POR LA ALCALDE Y EL CONCILIO
          COMUN DE LA CIUDAD DE KINGMAN, ARIZONA:
          DECLARANDO QUE DEBERAN HABER ELECCIONES
          PRIMARIAS Y GENERALES POR EL AN0 1986.
-POP-,CUANTO,10s Estatutos del Estado de Arizona, proveen que el tercer
 martes de mayo deberan haber una general eleccion municipal a
 proposito de elegir tres miembros del concilio y un alcalde, cuyas
Elecciones Generales deberan ser precedidas por unas Elecciones
 Primarias.
          POR TANTO, RESUELVAN por la alcalde y el concilio comun de
las ciudad de Kingman, Arizona que
      (a) habran de celebrar y conducir una Eleccion
          Primaria, el 18 de marzo de 1986, a proposito
          de nombrar 10s candidatos por las oficinas de
          miembros del concilio y el alcalde.
      (b) habran de celebrar y conducir una General
          Eleccion Municipal haber celebrada el tercer
          martes de mayo, a proposito de elegir tres
          miembros del concilio y un alcalde.
      (c) la secretaria de la ciudad da la convocatoria
          oficial y que haga todos 10s arreglos que Sean
          necesarios para dichas elecciones de manera que
          todos 10s ciudadanos puedan participar en las
          mismas con el minimo de inconvenientes.
APROBADA Y ADOPTADA por la alcalde y el concilio comun de la CIUDAD DE
KINGMAN, Arizona, este 18th dia de Noviembre, 1985.




Dorothy Helmer, Clerk/Secretaria      Carol S. Anderson, Nayor/Alcalde
                                RESOLUTION NO.     04
                                                  11
                      :N                                                   IMPROVEMENT
~ ~ ~ E S O L U T I ~G C V I U I N G FOR THE ISSUANCE OF CITY OF I ~ ~ G M A N
 BONDS SERIES NO. 84-1; AWARDING THE SALE OF THE BONDS; AND DECLARING
 AN EMERGENCY.
           WHEREAS, the Superintendent of Streets has levied and
 recorded an assessment for the improvement of certain portions of
 Phoenix Avenue from Railroad Street to Monroe Street (the "Project")
 and the Superintendent of Streets has executed, and the Mayor has
 countersigned, a warrant to collect the several assessments; and
             WHEREAS, the warrant and assessment have been returned; and
           WHEREAS, Section 9-694 (C), Arizona Revised Statutes,
 provides that the Mayor and Council may direct that an improvement
 bond be issued in an amount which shall not exceed the amount of
 unpaid assessments exceeding $25 as may be shown on the certified list
 of unpaid assessments and cause such bond to be sold at public sale by
 receipt of sealed bids; and
           WHEREAS, such certified list has been filed with the Clerk
 by the Superintendent of Streets and the City may cause a bond to be
 issued; and
           WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council hereby nominates The Valley
 National Bank of Arizona as custodian of such bond; and
           WHEREAS, by this Resolution the Mayor and Council desire to
 (1) authorize the issuance of an improvement bond payable from unpaid
 special assessments levied against lots or parcels of land benefitting
 from such improvement; (2) set the form of such bond; ( 3 ) provide
 for issuance and delivery of such bond to the custodian; (4) provide
 a form of certificate of confirmation and authorize the registrar to
 open books for a book entry system of ownership by participants in the
 bond; ( 5 ) award the sale of the bond to the lowest responsible
 bidder; and (6) ratify and confirm all prior acts of this Council, of
 the Superintendent of Streets and of the City Clerk with respect tothe
 Project ;
           NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF
 THE CITY OF KINGMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA, that
           Section 1. One improvement bond is hereby authorized to be
 issued, said bond to be dated August 7, 1985, in a total principal
 amount of $61,949, bearing interest on the unpaid balance at the rate
 of 9.2% per annun from the date of the bond. Principal on the bond
 shall be payable in installments as set forth on the face of the bond
 form.
             The bond is not subject to call for redemption in advance of
 maturity.
           Section 2. Said bond shall be in the form-of Exhibit "A"
 attached hereto, allowing those executing said bond to make such
 insertions or deletions as may be necessary to conform the bond to
 Arizona law.
           Section 3. The Valley National Bank of Arizona is hereby
 named custodian, registrar and paying agent for the bond. The
 registrar is directed to open registration books for the purpose of
 evidencing ownership in the bond. The registrar's books shall be the
 sole and only evidence of ownerhsip provided, however, that the
 registrar is authorized and directed to issue certificates of
 confirmation in the form set out as Exhibit B attached hereto.
           All payments of principal and interest on the bond shall be
 made to the paying agent, who shall cause the payments of principal
 and interest to be made to the owners as shown on the books of the
 registrar in the manner set forth on the form of bond.
      RESOLUTION NO. 1014/Cont1d
          The City shall maintain an office of agency where
certificates of con£irmation may be presented for registration 0815
transfer (the "registrar), and an office or agency for payment of
principal and interest (the "paying agent"). The registrar shall keep
a register of the bonds and their transfer. The City may appoint one
or more successor registrars or custodihns or one or more additional
paying agents. Each paying agent shall be required to agree in
writing that the paying agent will hold in trust for the benefit of
the various owners of the bond all money held by the paying agent for
the payment of principal and interest on the bond. The registrar and
paying may make reasonable rules and set reasonable requirements for
their respective functions with respect to the owners of the bond.
          Section 4. Continental Development Co. has submitted the
lowest responsible bid and is hereby awarded the contract for the
purchase of the bond.
          Section 5. The Mayor and Council hereby authorize the Mayor
to execute the bond and the Clerk to attest such signature and further
authorize the City Finance Director to deliver the bond to the
custodian upon receipt of instructions from the winning bidder
designated above of the names and addresses of the registered owners
of participating interests in the bond and the denomination of each
respective certificate of confirmation to be initially issued.
          Section 6. All actions taken by the City with respect to
the execution and circulaton of a notice inviting proposals for the
purchase of bonds herein authorized and with respect to receiving and
opening the bids and announcing the lowest bidder are hereby ratified
and confirmed.
          Section 7. The immediate operation of the provisions of
this resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public peace,
health and safety and an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and
this resolution will be in full force and effect from and after its
passage and approval by the Mayor and City Council as required by law,
and it is hereby exempt from the referendum provisions of the
Consitution and laws of the State of Arizona.
          PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of
Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona, this 18th day of November, 1985.
ATTEST :                                APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk               Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                               EXHIBIT "A"
                              FORM OF JUMBO
                 CITY OF KINGMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA
Registered Bond Supporting Fully Registered Certificates of Ownership
on City of Kingman Improvement Bonds, Series No. 84-1.
Registered Holder:
The Valley National Bank of Arizona, Custodian, Registrar and Paying
Agent.
          KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That the City of Kingman,
Mohave County, Arizona, a duly organized municipal corporation,
promises to pay as hereinafter stated to The Valley National Bank of
Arizona, for payment to registered holders of book entry certificates
on the date and in the amount indicated as follows:
                Date                 Amount
           ~ a n u a g ,            $6,949
           January 1,                7,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
           January I,                6,000
           January 1,                6,000
    RESOLUTION NO. 1014/Cont'u

3JdLether with interest on said sum, at the rate of 9.2% per annum on
 the unpaid portion thereof, payable semiannually on the first days of
 January and July of each year. The first interest payment date is
 July 1, 1986. This bond is issued in pursuance of law to finance that
 certain improvement in said municipality known as City of Kingman,
 Improvement District No. 84-1 initiated by Resolution No. 959 of the
 Mayor and Council of the City of Kingman and is payable only out of
 the special fund to be collected from special assessments imposed on
 the lots or parcels of land fronting on or benefited by said
 improvement. Said special fund is set apart by law for the payment of
 said bonds, and can be used for no other purpose. The City will
 transfer so much money from said specal fund to the paying agent in
 sufficient times and in sufficient amounts to allow the paying agent
 to pay maturing principal and interest on certificates of ownership
 issued to show ownership in this bond. Such certificates will be in
 the denomination of $1,000 each or integral multiples thereof except
 for one certificate evidencing an amount which is not divisible by
 $1,000.
           By accepting this bond, The Valley National Bank of Arizona
 agrees to act as custodian, registrar and paying agent pursuant to
 that certain agreement between the City and The Valley National Bank
 of Arizona.
           It is hereby certified and declared that the improvement for
 which this bond is issued is authorized by law, that all the acts,
 conditions and things required to be done precedent to and in the
 issuing of this bond, have been done and performed in regular and due
 form as required by the laws of the State of Arizona, and all
 ordinances and resolutions of the City of Kingman, that the special
 assessments out of which this bond is to be paid are first liens on
 the property assessed, subject only to the lien for general taxes and
 prior special assessments, and any bona fide purchaser for value of
 ths bond has the right to rely on the recitals herein contained. For
 the assessment or reassessment, collection and payment of said special
 assessment, the full faith and diligence of said municipality are
 hereby irrevocably pledged.
           IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Kingman by its Council has
 caused this bond to be executed by its Mayor and attested by its City
 Clerk by their manual signatures and under its corporate seal, all as
 of ths 7th day of August, 1985.


 City Clerk                             Mayor
 ( SEAL )
                                              RESOLUTION NOS. 1015   &   1016
                                 CITY OF KINGMAN
                             RESOLUTION NO.   1015
                 A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
                 OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; AUTHORIZING
                 THE MAYOR TO SIGN THE AGREEMENT ENTITLED
                 "CERTIFICATION AND AGREEMENT FOR PARTICIPATION
                 IN PERSONAL PROPERTY PROGRAM", WITH THE AZ
                 DEPT OF ADMINISTRATION, SURPLUS PROPERTY
                 DIVISION.
    WHEREAS, pursuant to A.R.S.9-241, the Arizona Legislature has
    authorized the City to purchase and receive personal property
    necessary to carry out the purposes of the City, and
    WHEREAS, surplus federal property is available to the City under the
    Personal Property Donation Program,
    IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Common Council of the City
    of Kingman, Arizona, as follows:
         The Mayor is authorized to sign the agreement allowing the City
         of Kingman to participate in the federal surplus property
         program entitled "Certification and Agreement for Participation
         in Persdonal Property Donation Program" a copy of which is
         attached to this resolution.




    Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
-   ResOrd 1
                             RESOLUTION NO.    1016

         RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
         ARIZONA, DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO IMPROVE CERTAIN
         STREETS AND RIGHTS-OF-WAY WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
         SAID CITY, INCLUDING THE IMPROVEMENT OF CERTAIN PORTIONS
         OF THE FOLLOWING STREETS: GATES, GOLDEN GATE, CLUB,
         DAVIS, MOTOR, HOPE, AND AIRFIELD AVENEUS BETWEEN STOCKTON
         HILL ROAD AND WESTERN AVENUE, AND LASALLE AVENUE FROM 100
         FEET SOUTH OF GATES AVENUE TO AIRFIELD AVENUE BY THE
         CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF 2 INCH ASPHALTIC SURFACE
         ON A 4 INCH AGGREGATE BASE, CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER, 8
         INCH DUCTILE IRON SANITARY SEWER AND SERVICE LATERALS, 6
         INCH ASBESTOS CEMENT WATERLINE AND SERVICE LATERALS, 4
         INCH CONCRETE SIDEWALK, AND RELATED ITEMS, ALL AS SHOWN
         ON THE PLANS; DESIGNATING SUCH IMPROVEMENT AS "CITY OF
         KINGMAN GATES AVENUE IMPROVEMENT DISCTRICT NO. 85-2";
         DETERMINING THAT IMPROVEMENT BONDS WILL BE ISSUED TO
         REPRESENT THE COSTS AND EXPENSES THEREOF AND DECLARING
         THE WORK OR IMPROVEMENT TO BE OF MORE THAN LOCAL OR
         ORDINARY PUBLIC BENEFIT AND THAT THE COSTS OF SAID WORK
         OR IMPROVEMENT WILL BE ASSESSED UPON A CERTAIN DISTRICT;
         AND PROVIDING THAT THE PROPOSED WORK OR IMPROVEMENT WILL
         BE PERFORMED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE 48, CHAPTER 4,
         ARTICLE 2, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, AND ALL AMENDMENTS
         THERETO; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

          BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
    ARIZONA, that:
    Section 1: Definitions. In this Resolution, the following terms shall
    have the following meanings:
          "Work" shall mean the improvement of certain portions of the
          following streets: Gates, Golden Gate, Club, Davis, Motor, Hope,
          and Airfield Avenues between Stockton Hill Road and Western
          Avenue, and Lasalle Avenue from 100 feet south of Gates Avenue to
          Airfield Avenue by the construction and installation of 2 inch
          asphaltic surface on a 4 inch aggregate base, concrete curb and
          gutter, 8 inch ductile iron sanitary sewer and service laterals,
RESOLUTION NO. 1016
       6 inch asbestos cement waterline and service laterals, 4 inch
       concrete sidewalk, together with all appurtenances and adjuncts
31s    necessary, all as shown on the Plans, Specifications and
       Estimate.
      "Assessment District" shall mean the lots, pieces or parcels of
      land lying within the boundaries described on Exhibit "A",
      attached hereto and made a part hereof. For a more particular
      area within the Assessment District, reference is hereby made to
      the Assessment District Map attached to this Resolution, which
      map is on file with the Superintendent of Streets and the Clerk.
      "Plans and Specifications" shall mean the plans and the
      specifications and contract documents for the Improvement
      District filed with the Clerk prior to the adoption of this
      Resolution.
      "Estimate" shall mean the estimate of costs and expenses of the
      City of Kingman Gates Avenue Improvement District No. 85-2 filed
      with the Clerk prior to adoption of this Resolution, showing the
      estimated cost of construction to be $1,038,591.85 the
      estimated cost of basic Incidental Expenses (other than interest
      during construction) to be $92,500.00 and the cost of interest
      during construction to be $98,355.81 (calculated at a rate of
      12% per annum for a period of 8 months).
      "City" shall mean this City.
      "Clerk" shall mean the Clerk of this City.
      "District Engineer" shall mean Alan Gove, the City Engineer of
      the City of Kingman, Arizona, and any successor to such person.
      "Governing Bond" shall mean the Mayor and Council of this City.
      "Streets" or "streets to be improved" shall mean the length and
      width of the following streets: Gates, Golden Gate, Club, Davis,
      Motor, Hope, and Airfield Avenues between Stockton Hill Road and
      Western Avenue, and Lasalle Avenue from 100 feet south of Gates
      Avenue to Airfield Avenue at the locations described in the
      definition of Work and as shown on the Plans.
      "Superintendent of Streets" shall mean Alan Gove, the City
      Engineer of the City of Kingman, Arizona, and any successor to
      such person.
      "City Participation" shall mean the sum of not to exceed $0.00 to
      aid in the construction of the Work and the payment of Incidental
      Expenses. The City may, but does not obligate itself to, pay
      additional sums if necessary to construct the project or lawfully
      assess the costs thereof.
      "Incidental Expenses' shall mean compensation paid to the
      District Engineer, costs of printing, advertising, posting, the
      amount paid the District Engineer to take charge and superintend
      the work of constructing the improvements, the expenses of making
      the assessment, appraiser's fees, all legal and financial fees,
      expenses and costs incurred in drafting the proceedings and the
      sale of bonds and all interest to be paid on the bonds for the
      period of construction and not to exceed six months beyond.
      "Assessment District Map'' shall mean the map delineating the
      Assessment District in the form attached to this Resolution.

Section 2:   Declaration of Intention to Order the Improvement.
      The public interest and convenience require and it is the
      intention of the Governing Body to order the Work to be performed
      as stated herein. All items of the Work shall be performed as
      prescribed by the Plans and Specifications and no assessment for
      any lot shall exceed its proportion of the Estinete. For
      purposes of this Resolution and of all resolution, ordinances and
      notices pertaining to this Resolution, the improvement of the
      Streets as herein described is hereby designated City of Kingman
      Gates Avenue Improvement District No. 85-2.
RESOLUTION NO. 1016/Cont'd
Section 3.   Determination of Need.
      In the opinion of the Governing Body, the Work is of more than
      local or ordinary public benefit, and the Governing Body hereby
      orders that all amounts due or to become due with respect to the
      Work shall be chargeable upon the respective lots, pieces and
      parcels of land within the Assessment District.

Section 4.   Exclusion of Certain Property.
     Any public street or alley within the boundaries of the
     Assessment District is hereby omitted from the Assessment
     District. Any lot belonging to the United States, the state, a
     county, city, school district or any political subdivision or
     institution of the state or county, which is included within the
     Assessment District shall be omitted from the assessment
     hereafter made except as otherwise agreed between the City and
     the owner.

Section 5.   Determination and Notice of Necessity to Issue Bonds
      The Governing Body finds that the public convenience requires
      that Bonds shall be issued to represent the costs and expenses of
      the Work to be assessed upon the District and determines that
      Bonds shall be issued in the name of the City payable, however,
      solely and only out of a special fund collectible from special
      assessments levied and assessed upon the lots, pieces and parcels
      of land within the Assessment District in not to exceed 10 annual
      principal installments from the assessments of $25.00 or over
      remaining unpaid as of the end of the cash collection period.
      The bonds shall mature on the first day of January in amounts
      to be set by the Governing Body prior to their issuance.
      Principal installment of the Assessment shall be due on the
      first day of December immediately preceding the maturity date
      of any Bonds.
      Said Bonds shall bear interest at the rate of not to exceed
      14% per annum, payable on the first day of January and July of
      each year.

Section 6.   Bond Anticipation Notes.
      The Governing Body reserves the right to issue bond
      anticipation notes pursuant to S 48-618 A.R.S.  The Governing
      Body also reserves the right to retain any Bonds which may be
      issued an to sell the same for cash to pay the contractor the
      amounts due it in cash.

Section 7.   Establishment of Grade.
      The grades and elevations for the Streets are hereby
      officially changed to correspond with the grades and
      elevations shown on the Plans.

Section 8.   Statutory Authority.
      The work and all proceedings pertaining thereto shall be
      performed under the provisions of Title 48, Chapter 4, Article
      2, Arizona Revised Statutes, and all amendments thereto.

Section 9.   City Participation.
      The City will contribute the sum of not to exceed $0.00 toward
      the Work as the City Participation. The City may, but does
      not obligate itself to, pay additional sums necessary to
      construct the Project or lawfully assess the costs thereof.
RESOLUTION NO. 1016/Cont1d
Section 10. Protests and Objections to the Extent of the Assessment
District.
     The owners of property within the Assessment District may file
     written protests against the construction of the Work or
     objections against the extent of the Assessment District.
     Said protests or objections shall be filed with Clerk of the
     City of Kingman, 310 North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona,
     86401. Said protests or objections must be filed within 15
     days after the last publication of this Resolution, or within
     15 days after the completion of posting of the Notices of the
     Proposed Improvement whichever date is later.

Section 11.   Delegation of Authority.
     The District Engineer is hereby authorized to fill in any
     blanks and to make any minor corrections necessary to complete
     the Plans and the Specifications and Contract Documents.

Section 12.   Right to Reduce Scope of Work.
     If, because of pending or threatened litigation concerning any
     one or more parcels subject to assessment, the City and the
     winning bidder receive a written opinion of Bond Counsel
     stating that bonds cannot be issued against such parcel or
     parcels, the City may then cause the construction contract to
     be modified to exclude from the applicable contract some or
     all of the Work which will benefit the parcel or parcels in
     question. The filing of a certificate and request that no
     bonds be issued against any parcel pursuant to Section 48-597,
     Arizona Revised Statutes, may be deemed to be threatened
     litigation.

Section 13.   Approval of Plans, Specifications and Estimate.
     The Plans and Specifications prepared by the District Engineer
     and heretofore filed with the Clerk are hereby adopted and
     approved as the official Plans and Specifications for the
     Work. The Estimate as heretofore filed with the Clerk is
     hereby approved and adopted.

Section 14.   Miscellaneous.
     The Work shall be done and all proceedings therefor shall be
     taken, the Superintendent of Streets shall cause to be posted
     "Notices of Proposed Improvement" at not more than 300 feet
     apart along the lines of the proposed improvements, which
     notice shall be headed "Notice of Proposed Improvement", such
     heading to be in letters at least 1" in height; the Clerk
     shall certify the passage of this Resolution of Intention, and
     shall cause the same to be published five times in The Kingman
     Daily Miner. This Resolution shall be filed with the Clerk
     and made a part of the records of the Governing Body.

Section 15.   Emerqency.
     Whereas, the immediate operation of the provisions of this
     Resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public
     peace, health and safety of the City of Kingman, Arizona, an
     emergency is declared to exist and this reolution shall be in
     full force and effect from and after its passage, adoption,
     and approval by the Council of the City of Kingman, and it is
     hereby exempt from the referendum provisions of the
     constitution and laws of the State of Arizona.
RESOLUTlON NO. 1016/Cont'd                                             321
PASSED, ADOPTED, AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona, this   2nd   day of
December , 1985.



                                              Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST:

Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk


Attachments:
Exhibit "A"   -   Legal Description of District

            I hereby certify that the above and foregoing Resolution
No. 1016 was duly passed by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, at a regular meeting held on December 2, 1985,
and that a quorum was present thereat and that the vote thereon
was 7     ayes and   0   nays.    0   did not vote or were absent.

                                              Clerk, City of Kingman

                                Exhibit "A"
ASSESSMENT DISTRICT BOUNDARY
      That area of land which includes:
      The North 1/2 of Blocks 147 and 148; all of Blocks 149, 150,
      159, 160, 161, 162, 171, 173, 174, 175, 184, 185, of Unit 8 of
      Golden Gate Addition, as shown on the plat thereof recorded in
      the office of the County Recorder, Mohave County Courthouse on
      March 25, 1929.
      The South 1/2 of Block 187; of Golden Gate Addition, as shown
      on the plat thereof recorded in the office of the County
      Recorder, Mohave County Courthouse on January 13, 1930.
  RESOLUTION NOS. 1017    &   1018
                                CITY OF KINGMAN
                              RESOLUTION NO.    07
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            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: ENCOURAGING THE SALT RIVER
            PROJECT TO CONSIDER MOHAVE COUNTY AS THE LOCATION FOR
            A COAL-FIRED GENERATING PLANT.
WHEREAS, the Salt River Project is considering locating a coal-fired
generating station fifteen miles south of Yucca at Dutch Flats in
Mohave County, Arizona; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors unanimously gave support and feels
it would be advantageous for the County of Mohave and would generate
in lieu prperty taxes for Mohave County if the plant were to be
located in Mohave County, and urged all cities within Mohave County to
designate their support also:
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the
CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, that the Salt River Project be encouraged to
consider Mohave County as the location for such a power plant.
PASSED and ADOPTED by the Common Coungl of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
Arizona, this 2d day of j q d ? ,           , 1985.
ATTEST :                                              APPROVED :



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                            Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
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                                 CITY OF KINGMAN
                              RESOLUTION NO. 1018
            RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
            KINGMAN, MOHAVE CO, AZ; REQUESTING THE CITY
            STAFF TO PROCEED WITH REFUNDING THE OUTSTANDING
            GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS PROJECT OF 1984 AND
            PROJECT OF 1980: AND AUTHORIZING BOETTCHER &
            CO, INC. TO PROCEED WITH THE STRUCTURING,
            MARKETING, AND PRICING OF SAID BONDS INCLUDING
            THE PREPARATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF A PRELIM-
            INARY OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA,
AS FOLLOWS :
SECTION 1:
      That, the City staff is hereby requested to proceed with the
      refunding of $2,000,000 General Obligation Bonds, Project of
      1984, and $1,800,000 General Obligation Bonds, Project of 1980
      (the "Bonds being refunded") and the officials of the City are
      hereby authorized and directed to accomplish said refunding at
      the time and manner that produces an economic savings to the
      City.
SECTION 2:
      That, Boettcher & Co, Inc. is hereby authorized and directed to
      proceed with the structuring, marketing, and pricing, of the
      above-mentioned bonds, including the preparation and distribution
      of a Preliminary Official Statement.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
CITY OF KINGMAN, Mohave County, Arizona, this 4th day of December,
1985.
ATTEST :                                       APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                     Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ResOrd 1
                           CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESOLUTION NO.   1019
          A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY
          OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF
          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA GENERAL OBLIGATION
          REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 1985, IN THE PRINCIPAL
          AMOUNT OF $3,270,000; PROVIDING FOR THE ANNUAL
          LEVY OF A TAX ON ALL THE TAXABLE PROPERTY WITHIN
          THE CITY TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON
          AND PRINCIPAL OF SAID REFUNDING BONDS: AUTHORIZING
          THE EXECUTION OF AN ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT FOR THE
          HOLDING OF THE SECURITIES PURCHASED WITH THE
          PROCEEDS OF THE REFUNDING BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE
          EXECUTION OF A BOND PURCHASE CONTRACT WITH
          BOETTCHER 6 COMPANY, INC; APPOINTING A BOND
          REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT AND AUTHORIZING
          EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT IN CONNECTION THEREWITH;
          RATIFYING THE DISTRIBUTION OF A PRELIMINARY
          OFFICIAL STATEMENT AND APPROVING THE DELIVERY OF A
          FINAL OFFICIAL STATEMENT; AND DECLARING AN
          EMERGENCY.
          WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona (the "City") has
heretofore issued and sold its general obligation bonds; and
          WHEREAS, the issuance of refunding bonds in advance of the
maturity of a portion of the City's oustanding general obligation
bonds will reduce the principal and interest requirements relating to
such bonds and will permit a restructuring of the schedule of
principal maturity in a manner beneficial to the City and,
accordingly, such refunding is in the best interests of the City; and
          WHEREAS, the outstanding general obligation bonds of the
City as described below will be refunded (the "Bonds Being Refunded");
 Original           Title of Bonds              Principal Amount
Issue Date          Being Refunded                Outstanding
July 1, 1981        City of Kingman, Arizona        $1,270,000
                    General Obligation Bonds,
                    Project of 1980
October 1, 1984     City of Kingman, Arizona        $1,920,000
                    General Obligation Bonds,
                    Project of 1984
;   and
          WHEREAS, an offer for the purchase of the refunding bonds
(the "Offer to Purchase the Bonds") has been received from Boettcher
& Company, Inc. (the "Purchaser" ;

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, AS FOLLOWS:
          Section 1. That for the purpose of providing funds to be
used to advance refund the Bonds Being Refunded, the Mayor and Council
of the City of Kingman, Arizona here by authorize the issuance of City
of Kingman, Arizona General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 1985,
in the principal amount of $3,270,000 (the "Bonds").
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (page 2 )
                     - .

324       Section 2. That the Bonds shall be dated December 1, 1985,
shall be numbered consecutively within each maturity, shall be fully
registered bonds without coupons, shall be in the denomination of
$5,000 or any whole multiple thereof, shall bear interest from the
most recent January 1 or July 1 to which interest has been paid or
duly provided for or, if no interest has been paid or duly provided
for, from their date, which interest shall be payable on July 1, 1986,
and semiannually on January 1 and July 1 of each year thereafter
during the term of each of the Bonds. The principal of and premium,
if any, on the Bonds are payable upon presentation and surrender
thereof at the principal corporate trust office of The Valley National
Bank of Arizona, as Bond Registrar and Paying Agent. Interest on the
Bonds shall be payable by check or draft mailed to the registered
owner thereof, as shown on the registration books for this series
maintained by the Bond Registrar and Paying Agent at the address
appearing therein at the close of business on the 15th day of the
calendar month next preceding that interest payment date (the "regular
record date"). Any interest which is not timely paid or duly provided
for shall cease to be payable to the registered owner thereof (or of
one or more predecessor Bonds) as of the regular record date, and
shall be payable to the registered owner thereof (or of one or more
predecessor Bonds) at the close of business on a special record date
for the payment of that overdue interest. The special record date
shall be fixed by the Bond Registrar and Paying Agent whenever moneys
become available for payment of the overdue interest, and notice of
the special record date shall be given to the registered owners of the
Bonds not less than ten (10) days prior thereto. The principal,
premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds shall be payable in lawful
money of the United States of America, the Bonds to mature on July 1,
in the years and in the amounts, and to bear interest as follows:
                       Principal                 Rate of Interest
       Year              Amount                (percent per annum)
                        $120,000
                         250,000
                         275,000
                         295,000
                         325,000
                         355,000
                         380,000
                         385,000
                         435,000
                         450,000

          The Valley National Bank of Arizona is hereby appointed as
Bond Registrar and Paying Agent and the Mayor of the City is hereby
authorized and directed to enter into a contract with said bank
covering such services. The Bond Registrar will maintain the books of
the City for the registration of ownership of each Bond. A Bond may
be transferred on the registration books upon delivery to the Bond
Registrar of the Bond, accompanied by a written instrument of transfer
in form and with guaranty of signature satisfactory to the Bond
Registrar, duly executed by the owner of the Bond to be transferred or
his attorney-in-fact or legal representative, containing written
instruments as to the details of the transfer of such Bond. No
transfer of any Bond shall be effective until entered on the
registration books.
          In all cases upon the transfer of a Bond, the Bond Registrar
will enter the transfer of ownership in the registration books and
will authenticate and deliver in the name of the transferee or
transferees a new fully registered Bond or Bonds of the denominations
of $5,000 or any whole multiple thereof (except that no Bond shall be
issued which relates to more than a single principal maturity) for the
aggregate principal amount which the registered owner is entitled to
receive at the earliest practicable time in accordance with the
provisions of this Section. The City or the Bond Registrar shall
charge the owner of such Bond, for every such transfer of a Bond, an
amount sufficient to reimburse them for any transfer fee, tax or other
governmental charge required to be paid with respect to such transfer,
and may require that such charges be paid before any such new Bond
shall be delivered.
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (page 3)
                                                                  325
          The City and the Bond Registrar will not be required (a) to
issue or transfer any Bonds during a period beginning with the opening
of business on the 15th calendar day next preceding either any
interest payment date or during the period of five (5) days next
preceding the mailing of notice of any special record date, or (b) any
Bonds or part thereof called for redemption within sixty (60) days
prior to the redemption date.
          The Bonds maturing on or before July 1, 1990, are
non-callable. The Bonds maturing on July 1, 1991, or any time
thereafter, are callable for redemption prior to their stated maturity
date at the option of the City in whole or in part on July 1, 1990,
and on any interest payment date thereafter at the redemption prices
set forth below (expressed as percentages of principal amount) plus
accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption:
          Redemption Dates                     Redemption Price
   July 1, 1990 and January 1, 1991
   July 1, 1991 and January I, 1992
   and without premium thereafter
          The Bonds shall be redeemed in inverse order of maturity and
only in integral multiples of $5,000. If less than all of the
outstanding Bonds of a single maturity are to be redeemed, the Bonds
in that maturity to be redeemed shall be selected by lot in such
manner as the Bond Registrar may determine.
          Notice of redemption, identifying the Bonds, or portions
thereof, to be redeemed, shall be given by the Bond Registrar by
sending a copy of such notice by registered or certified mail, postage
prepaid, at least thirty (30) days prior to the redemption date to
Boettcher & Company, Inc. (the "Underwriter") and to the registered
owner of each Bond, or portion thereof, to be redeemed, at the address
as shown as of the 15th day preceding the mailing on the registration
books kept by the Bond Registrar. Failure to mail notice to any
registered owner of Bonds shall not affect the validity of the
proceeding for the redemption of Bonds with respect to registered
owners of other Bonds.
          Section 3. That the Bonds shall be executed on behalf of
the City by the Mayor of the City and attested by the Clerk of the
City and countersigned by the Finance Director of the City, by the
facsimile signatures of such officials, and such officials are hereby
authorized and directed to execute the Bonds as aforesaid.
          Section 4. That for the purpose of paying principal of and
interest on the Bonds herein authorized, there shall be levied on all
of the taxable property in the City a continuing direct, annual, ad
valorem tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the
Bonds as the same become due. The tax shall be extended and collected
for the City and the officials of the City and of Mohave County,
Arizona charged with the annual extension and collection of taxes,
without further instructions from the Mayor and Council of the City,
shall extend and collect the tax upon issuance of the Bonds. If at any
time there are sufficient moneys or iinvestments in the redemption
fund to pay all principal due or to become due on all of the Bonds,
then no additional tax levy need be made for the payment of the
principal of the Bonds. When all principal and interest on the Bonds
has been paid or when the interest fund and redemption fund shall
contain sufficient moneys for such payment, then any moneys remaining
in the interest or redemption fund shall be deposited into the
redemption fund established for the payment of any other bonds of the
City to be issued in the future. From and after the date the Bonds
are delivered to the Purchaser, all moneys collected by the City which
would otherwise have been credited to the interest fund and redemption
fund created to service the Bonds Being Refunded shall be applied to
the interest and redemption funds created to service the Bonds.
          Section   5. That Bonds to be issued shall be in
substantially the   following form, allowing those officials executing
the Bonds to make   the insertions and deletions necessary to conform
the Bonds to this   Resolution and the Offer to Purchase the Bonds:
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (page 4
                                    (Bond Form)

                          (Form of Face of Bond)
                          UNITED STATE OF AMERICA
STATE OF ARIZONA                                          MOHAVE COUNTY
                         CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                    GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BOND,
                                SERIES 1985
Registered Owner:
Principal Amount:
                                                                DOLLARS
Interest rate:     Maturity Date:      Dated as of:             CUSIP
                                       December 1, 1985
          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA (hereinafter referred to as the
"City"), for value received, hereby promises to pay to the registered
owner named above, or registered assigns, the principal amount stated
above on the aforesaid Maturity Date, unless this Bond is called for
redemption prior to its maturity date and payment provided therefor,
and to pay interest on the principal amount at the aforesaid Interest
Rate on July 1, 1985 and semiannually on January 1 and July 1 of each
year thereafter ("interest payment date") from the date of this Bond
to its maturity, or until redeemed if called for redemption prior to
maturity. The principal of and premium, if any, on this Bond are
payable upon presentation and surrender hereof at the principal
corporate trust office of The Valley National Bank of Arizona, as Bond
Registrar and Paying Agent. Interest on this Bond is payable by check
or draft mailed to the registered owner hereof, as shown on the
registration books for this series maintained by the Bond Registrar
and Paying Agent at the address appearing therein at the close of
business on the 15th day of the calendar month next preceding that
interest payment date (the "regular record date"). Any interet which
is not timely paid or duly provided for shall cease to be payable to
the registered owner hereof (or of one or more predecessor Bonds) as
of the regular record date, and shall be payable to the registered
owner hereof(or of one or more predecessor Bonds) at the close of
business on a special record date for the payment of that overdue
interest. The special record date shall be fixed by the Bond
Registrar and Paying Agent whenever moneys become available for
payment of the overdue interest, and notice of the special record date
shall be given to the registered owner hereof not less than 10 days
prior thereto. The principal, premiun, if any, and interest on this
Bond are payable in lawful money of the United States of America on
the respective dates when principal and interest become due.
          REFERENCE IS HEREBY MADE TO THE FURTHER PROVISIONS OF THIS
BOND SET FORTH ONTHE REVERSE HEREOF. THOSE PROVISIONS SHALL HAVE THE
SAME EFFECT FOR ALL PURPOSES AS IF SET FORTH ON THE FACE HEREOF.
          It is hereby certified and recited that all conditions, acts
and things required by the Constitution and laws of the State of
Arizona to exist, to occur and to be performed precedent to and in the
issuance of this Bond do exist, have occurred and have been performed
and that the series of Bonds of which this Bond is one, together with
all other indebtedness of the City, is within every debt and other
limit prescribed by the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona
and that due provision has been made for the levy and collection of a
direct, annual, ad valorem tax upon all of the taxable property in the
City for the payment of this Bond and of the interest hereon as each
becomes due.
           IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA has caused
this Bond to be executed in the name of the City by the facsimile
signature of the Mayor of the City and attested by the facsimile
signature of the Clerk of the City and countersigned by the facsimile
signature of the Finance Director of the City and its seal (or a
facsimile thereof) to be affixed, imprinted, engraved or otherwise
reproduced hereon.
                                         CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
(SEALI                                   BY       (Facsimile)
ATTEST :                                   Mayor
BY       (Facsimile)
  Clerk
COUNTERSIGNED
         (Facsimile)
  Finance Director
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (page 5)

                (Form of Certificate of Authentication)
                     CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION
          This Bond is one of the Bonds described in the
within-mentioned Resolution and is one of the City of Kingman, Arizona
General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 1985.
Date of Authentication:
                                        THE VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF
                                        ARIZONA, Bond Registrar

                                        BY
                                          Authorized Representative
                    (Form of Reverse Side of Bond)
          This Bond is one of a series of Bonds limited to the total
principal amount of $3,270,000, of like tenor except as to number,
denomination, maturity date, and interest rate, issued by the City of
Kingman, Arizona (the "City"), to provide funds to refund a portion of
the City's general obligation bonds presently outstanding. These
Bonds are authorized by a resolution of the Mayor and Council of the
City of Kingman, Arizona, duly adopted prior to the issuance hereof
(the "Resolution"), and pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the
State of Arizona relative to the issuance and sale of bonds and
refunding bonds and all amendments thereto and all other laws of the
State of Arizona thereunto enabling.
          For the punctual payment of this Bond and the interest
hereon as aforesaid and for the levy and collection of taxes in
accordance with the statutes authorizing the issuance of this Bond,
the full faith and credit of the City are hereby irrevocably pledged.
The Mayor and Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona has by the
Resolution ordered the creation of a redemption fund for the payment
of this Bond and all Bonds of this series. Such fund is to be held in
trust for the benefit of the registered owner or owners of the Bonds
of this series, subject, however, to the rights vested in the holders
of registered owners of the bonds being refunded by the issuance of a
series of Bonds, of which this Bond is one, to the payment of the
bonds being refunded from the same tax source in the event of a
deficiency in the obligations issued or guaranteed by the United
States of America which will be purchased from the proceeds of the
sale of these Bonds, of which this Bond is one, and placed in an
irrevocable trust for the purpose of paying principal of, premium, if
any, and interest thereon. The registered owner of this Bond must
rely on the sufficiency of the obligations so purchased.
          Bonds of this series, maturing on or before July 1, 1990,
are non-callable. Bonds of this series maturing on July 1, 1991, or
any time thereafter, are callable for redemption prior to their stated
maturity date in inverse order of maturity and by lot within a
maturity on July 1, 1990, or any interest payment date thereafter, and
may be redeemed prior to the maturity thereof by payment of all
principal, plus accrued interest to date of redemption, at the
redemption prices set forth below (expressed as percentages of
principal amount):
          Redemption Dates              Redemption Price
July 1. 1990 and January 1, 1991               100 %
      1,
~ u l i 1991 and ~anuary1, 1992
and without premium thereafter
          Not more than 30 nor less than 15 days before any redemption
date the Bond Registrar shall cause a notice of any such redemption to
be mailed by registered or certified mail to the registered owner of
each Bond to be redeemed in whole or in part at the address shown
onthe registration books maintained by the Bond Registrar. Failure to
mail notice to any registered owner of Bonds shall not affect the
validity of the proceedings for the redemption of Bonds with respect
to registered owners of other Bonds.
          The Bond Registrar will maintain the books of the City for
the registration of ownership of this Bond as provided in the
Resolution.
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (page 6 )
32s       This Bond may be transferred on the registration books upon
delivery hereof to the Bond Registrar, accompanied by a written
instrument of transfer in form and with guaranty of signature
satisfactory to the Bond Registrar, duly executed by the registered
owner of this Bond or his attorney-in-fact or legal representative,
containing written instructions as to the details of the transfer. No
transfer of this Bond shall be effective until entered on the
registration books.
          In all cases upon the transfer of a Bond of this series, the
Bond Registrar wil enter the transfer of ownership in the registration
book and will authenticate and deliver in the name of the transferee
or transferees a new fully registered Bond or Bonds of the
denomination of $5,000 or any whole multiple thereof (except that no
Bond shall be issued which relates to more than a single principal
maturity) for the aggregate principal amount which the registed owner
is entitled to receive at the earliest practicable time in accordance
with the provisions of the Resolution. The City or the Bond Registrar
shall charge the registered owner of such Bond, for every such
transfer of a Bond, an amount sufficient to reimburse them for any
transfer fee, tax or other governmental charge required to be paid
with respect to such transfer, and may require that such charge be
paid before any such new Bond shall be delivered.
           The City and the Bond Registrar will not be required (a) to
 issue or transfer any Bonds during a period beginning with the opening
 of business on the 15th calendar day next preceding either any
 interest payment date or during the period of five days next preceding
 the mailing of notice of any special record date, or (b) any Bonds or
 part thereof called for redemption within 60 days prior to the
 redemption date.
           This Bond shall not be entitled to any security or benefit
 under the Resolution or be valid or become obligatory for any purpose
 until the Certificate of Authentication hereon shall have been signed
 by the Bond Registrar.
                                   (LEGAL OPINION)
                               (FORM OF ASSIGNMENT)
                                   Assignment
           For value received, the undersigned sells, assigns and
 transfers unto                             the within ~ o n dand
 irrevocably constitutes and appoints                    attorney to
 transfer this Bond on the books kept for registration thereof, with
 full power of substitution in the premises..
 Dated :
                                          Signature
 Signature Guaranteed:

 (Commercial Bank, Trust Company          Signature
  or member of a National
  Securities Exchange)
                         Notice:    The assignor's signature to this
                                    assignment must correspond with the
                                    name as it appears upon the face of
                                    the within Bond in every particular,
                                    without alteration or any change
                                    whatever.
           The following abbreviations, when used in the inscription on
 the face of the within Bond, shall be construed as though they were
 written out in full according to applicable laws or regulations.
                TEN COM    -   as tenants in common
                TEN ENT    -   as tenants by the entireties
                 JT TEN    -   as joint tenants with right
                                   of survivorship and not as
                                   tenants in common
                     - -
RESOLUTION NO. 1019 (paqe 7 )
          UNIF GIFT MIN ACT   -            Custodian
                                                                   32:)
                                  (Cust)                 (Minor)
          under Uniform Gifts to Minors Act
                                                       (State)
          Additional abbreviations may also be used though not
          included in the above list
                    ALL FEES AND COSTS OF TRANSFER
                    SHALL BE PAID BY THE TRANSFEROR
          Section 6. That the Finance Director of the City is hereby
authorized to deliver the Bonds to the Purchaser named in Section 9
hereof in exchange for the purchase price of the Bonds and to complete
the refunding of the Bonds Being Refunded, it being the intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City that the Bonds shall in all respects
refund the Bonds Being Refunded.
          Upon receipt of the proceeds from the sale of the Bonds, the
net proceeds after payment of the costs and expenses of the issuance
and sale of the Bonds, together with other funds legally available for
such purpose, shall be deposited as follows:
          (A) A sufficient amount of the principal and accrued
interest paid shall be deposited by the City in the interest and
redemption funds for the Bonds Being Refunded. The money so deposited
shall be invested by the Finance Director of the City immediately in
obligations issued by or guaranteed by the United States of America
which are sufficient to pay principal and interest as the same shall
come due on all of the Bonds Being Refunded by authority of this
Resolution. The obligations purchased wth the net proceeds from the
sale of the Bonds shall be held irrevocably in trust, by the Trustee
named in Section 7 below, for the benefit of the holders or registered
owners of the outstanding Bonds Being Refunded.
          (B) Upon the deposit of the obligations so purchased into
the interest and redemption funds of the Bonds Being Refunded, all
cash, except any "beginning cash balance" in said funds required to
refund the Bonds Being Refunded, shall be transferred to the interest
and redemption funds herein created to service the Bonds herein
authorized.
          (C) So long as the principal and interest on the Bonds
Being Refunded is paid at maturity from the obligations purchased from
the net proceeds of the Bonds, all taxes levied and collected for the
payment of the Bonds Being Refunded shall be paid into the City of
Kingman, Arizona General Obligaton Refunding Bonds, Series 1985,
"Interest" and "Redemption" Funds. No taxes need be levied for the
payment of the Bonds Being Refunded so long as maturing principal and
interest thereon are paid from the obligations purchased from the net
proceeds of the Bonds, provided, however, that in the event the
obligatons so purchased are ever insufficient for the purpose herein
set forth, any taxes levied to pay the Bonds shall first be applied to
the payment of the Bonds Being Refunded.
          (D) The Mayor and Council of the City covenant that they
will not take any action or fail to take any action with respect to
the Bonds or the proceeds thereof which wouid cause such Bonds to be
"arbitrage bonds," within the meaning of Sectin 103(c) of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, and the regulations thereunder as
amended from time to time.
          Section 7. That the Mayor of the City is hereby auhorized
and directed to enter into an irrevocable Escrow Trust Agreement or
agreements with The Valley National Bank of Arizona, regarding the
deposit in trust of the obligations purchased from the proceeds of the
sale of the Bonds, said Escrow Trust Agreement to contain such terms
and conditions as shall secure the proper safeguarding, inventory,
withdrawal and handling of the obligations. Execution of said Escrow
Trust Agreement by the Mayor of the City which is acceptable in form
and substance to the City's Bond Counsel is hereby approved.
fl8OLUTION NO. 1019 (page 8 1          &   RESOLUTION NO. 1020

          Section 8. That the Finance Director of the City is hereby
authorized to purchase or have purchased for the City the obligations
and securities mentioned in Section 6(a) of this Resolution. The
Finance Director of the City is hereby authorized to instruct the
Trustee to order the purchase of the obligations and securities from
either the Treasurer of tho Tln;';.3 States of Amerlca or from Boettcher
& Company, Inc., or both.
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          SecCi6ri - 9 ? - * f i k ' e Mayor of the City is hey&
                                                                        9.

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to execute, and the Clerk of the City is hereby authorize to attest,                         3
the Bond Purchase Contract submitted to the Mayor and Council of the
City by Boettcher 6 Company, Inc., returning a copy of said Bond
Purchase Contract to Boettcher & Company, Inc., and that the Bonds are
hereby ordered sold to Boettcher & Company, Inc. in accordance with
the terms of said Bond Purchase Contract.
          Section 10. The distribution of the Preliminary Official
Statement by Boettcher & Company, Inc. is hereby ratified and the
distribution of the final Official Statement in substantially the form
presented to the Mayor and Council of the City herewith by Boettcher &
Company, Inc. to the purchasers of the Bonds is hereby approved.
          Section 11. The immediate operation of the Resolution is
necessary for the preservation of the public health and welfare,and an
emergency is hereby declared to exist and this Resolution shall be in
full force and effect from and after its passage and approval by the
Mayor and Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona as required by law,
and it is hereby exempt from the referendum provisions of the
Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona.
          PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this 10th day of December, 1985.
ATTEST:                                                 APPROVED:


Deputy City Clerk                                        Mayor

                          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                            RESOLUTION NO. 1020
                A RESOLUTION BY THE HAYOR AND COMMON
                COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA,
                AHENDING RULE 11, SECTION 25, OF KINGMAN
                PERSONNEL RULES IWD REGULATIONS RELATING
                TO OVERTIME COMPENSATION.

     BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council that Rule I1
     Section 25 of the Kingman Personnel Rules and Regulations be
     amended to read as follows:
            SECTION 25.   OVERTIME COMPENSATION.
                 Overtime work shall be compensated by overtime pay
            or compensatory time as required by the Federal Fair
            Labor Standards Act. Salaried employees are not
            eligible for overtime or compensatory time.
     PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council this                                     -
     -
     16th day of      December          , 1985.


                                                          CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
      ATTEST:

      DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
                           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                             RESOLUTION NO. 1021
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, APPROVING TEE
            TRANSFER OF THE TELEVISION CABLE FRANCHISE FROU
            WARNER AW[ CABLE COMMUNICATIONS TO WARNER CABLE
            COMMUNICATIONS.

WEIERBAS, on September 17, 1979, Warner Amex Cable Communications
Company obtained a television cable franchise from the City of
Kingman, and;
WHEREAS, Warner Amex Cable Communications Company was a joint venture,
50% of which was owned by the American Express Company and the
remainder owned by Warner Communications Inc., and;
WHEREAS, Warner Communications has obtained complete control of the
assets of the Warner Amex Cable Communications and Warner
Communications wishes the franchise to reflect these changes as
required by Section 10-3 of the Kingman Code, and;
WHEREAS, the cable company will now be doing business as Warner Cable
Communications;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RgSOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona, hereby consent to the transfer of the
nonexclusive cable television franchise held by Warner Amex
Communications to Warner Cable Communications.
ATTEST:                                        APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                     Carol S. Anderson, Mayor

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                            RESOLUTION NO.      1022 l y p SSS' - 5 q
                                                     l d I l ~ f i i 5 97
                                                                        7-
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE %w&
            CITY OF KINGWIN, ARIZONA: APPROVING THE FINAL fie
            SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR QUAIL RIDGE ESTATES, TRACT NO.
            1914; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO
            SIGN SAID PLAT.
WHEREAS, William L. Nugent has caused to be subdivided under the
name of Quail Ridge Estates, Tract 1914, a portion of the NW 1/4,
NW 1/4r SE 1/4, Section 17, T19N, R16W, G&SRB&M, Mohave County,
Arizona: and
WHEREAS, the plat titled Quail Ridge Estates, Tract 1914, conforms
to the requirements established in the City of Kingman Subdivision
Ordinance No. 504; and
WHEREAS, all off-site improvements will be completed by the
developer, and assurance for the completion of these required
improvements has been provided to the Common Council of the City
of Kingman in the form of a property escrow arrangment with the
First American Title Inusarnce Agency of Plohave, guaranteeing that
no lot shall be sold until all off-site improvements have been
completed for said lot; and
WHEREAS, the improvement plans for the off-site improvements have
been prepared by an engineer registered to practice in the state
of Arizona, and said plans have been reviewed and approved by the
City Engineer.
%~OLUTION      NO. 1022/cont 'd                        RESOLUTION NO. 1023
NOW TBEREFORE,        BE I T RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, that:
      1.      The plat titled Quail Ridge Estates, Tract 1914, is
              hereby approved for recording; and
      2.      The Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to
              sign off on said plat; and
      3.      The Mayor and Common Council hereby accept on behalf
              of the public all roadway and public utility
              easements offered for dedication on said plat; and
      4.      The City Clerk is hereby instructed to record said
              plat in the office of the Mohave County Recorder.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this  16th day of      December         , 1985.
ATTEST :                                             APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                           Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
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                                  CITY OF KINGMAN
                              RESOLUTION NO.     1023

              A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
              THE cIm OF KINGMAN,       ARIZONA:  IN REGARD TO A
              COWDITIONAL U S E PERMIT ON PROPERTY COMMONLY KNOWN
              AS .THE CARL'S J R . RESTAURANT PROPERTY".

WEEREAS, Carl Karcher Enterprises, Inc., operates a restaurant on
property owned by James and Melissa J. Baker and Jerald D. Wienke;
and
WHEREAS, said firm wishes to add a bus terminal facility to their
property, and a conditional use permit is required under the C-2
zoning district in the City of Kingman to establish such a
facility; and
WHEREAS, said firm has submitted a site plan which is an exhibit
attached to this resolution; and
WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Kingman
has recommended approval of said conditional use request by a vote
of two (2 aye, one (1) nay, and one (1) abstain, subject to
adherence to the site plan exhibit.
THERJiFORE,B E I T RESOLVED that the Common Council of the City of
Kingman hereby approves/denies said conditional use permit.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this          16th day of       December          ,   1985.
ATTEST :                                             APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                           Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
P&Z/ResOrd
                                                   CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                                                     RESOLUTION NO. 1024
                                     A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                                     THE CITY OF KINGMAN, STATE OF ARIZONA, ORDERING
                                     THE WORK ON CITY OF KINGMAN GATES AVENUE
                                     IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 85-2.

                        BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
                        Kingman, Arizona, that:
BE IT RE;
Kingman,                SECTION I.        Scope of Work.
SECTION i                    On the 5th day of December, 1985, the Council and Mayor for
                        the City of Kingman, Arizona, declared its intention by way of
     Onq           1.   Resolution No. 1016 to construct the work known as City of Kingman
the City                Gates Avenue Improvement District 85-2. The work is described as
Resolutic               the improvement of certain portions of the following streets:
Karen Avc               Gates, Golden Gate, Club, Davis, Motor, Hope and Airfield Avenues
the imprc               between Stockton Hill Road and Western Avenue and LaSalle Avenue
Buren St]               from 100 feet South of Gates Avenue to Airfield Avenue by the
followin!               construction and installation of 2 inch asphaltic surface on a 4
concrete                inch aggregate base, concrete curb and gutter, 8 inch ductile iron
sidewalks               sanitary sewer and service laterals, 6 inch aspbestos cement
and adju~      d        waterline and service laterals, 4 inch concrete sidewalk, together
               I\       with all appurtenances and adjuncts necessary.
               0
SECTION :      m
     The
               m        SECTION 2.        Costs of the Work.
the costs                    The Council and Mayor determined in Resolution No. 1016 that
describec               the costs of the work shall be assessed against the district
or ordint               described in Resolution No. 1016 and that the work is of more local
                        or ordinary public benefit.
SECTION 2
                        SECTION 3.        Plans and Specifications.
     A ma          q
                   c
district 1     f   t         A more complete description of the work and the assessment
Specifica      >ns      district may be found in Resolution No. 1016 and in the Plans and
                        Specifications on file with the City Clerk.
SECTION 4
                        SECTION 4.        Bonds.
     The
that bond                    The Council and Mayor have determined in Resolution No. 1016
the work                that bonds shall be issued to represent the costs and expenses of
issued in               the work to be assessed upon the district and that bonds shall be
out of a                issued in the name of the City payable, however, solely and only
and asses               out of a special fund collectible from special assessments levied
Assessmen               and assessed upon the lots, pieces and parcels of land within the
installme               Assessment District in not to exceed 10 annual principal
unpaid as               installments from the assessments of $25.00 or over remaining
                        unpaid as of the end of the cash collection period.
     The
to be set                    The bonds shall mature on the first day of January in amounts
Principal               to be set by the Government Body prior to their issuance.
day of De               Principal installments of the assessment shall be due on the first
Said bond               day of December immediately preceeding the maturity of any bonds.
annum, pa               Said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of not to exceed 14% per
                        annum, payable on the first day of January and July of each year.
SECTION 5
                        SECTION 5.        Publication of Resolution of Intent.
     Reso      ..io
five time                    Resolution No. 1016 was published in the Mohave Daily Miner
intervals               five times and the Superintendent caused to be posted at 3 0 0 foot
last pub1               intervals Notices of the passage of the Resolution of Intent. The
                        last publication or posting occurred on December 20, 1985.
SECTION 6

     NO    P
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                                                            RESOLUTION NO. 1025/Cont'd
             336
              SECTION    7.   Order
                   Pursuant to the Authority of Title 48, Chapter 4, Article 2,
              Arizona Revised Statutes as amended, the Mayor and Common Council
SECTION 6     for the City of Kingman hereby order the work described in
              Resolution No. 1016 to be constructed in accordance with the Plans
     No p     and Specifications as described in Resolution No. 1012.
the City

              SECTION 8.      Notice
SECTION i
                   The Superintendent of Streets shall cause a notice of passage
     Purr     of this Resolution to be published in the Mohave Daily Miner two
Arizona I     times and shall post a copy of such notice on or near the Council
for the (     Chamber door. Such Notice shall include an advertisement for
Resolutit     written sealed construction proposals.
and Spec

              SECTION 9.      Proposals.
 SECTION
                   All proposals shall be filed with the City on or before
      The     February 17, 1986 at 5 p.m. All proposals will be opened and the
 of this      total amounts so bid read aloud in a public meeting of the Mayor
 times ar     and Council to be held on February 17, 1986. It is expected that
 Chamber      the Mayor and Council will award the contract to the lowest and
 written      best responsible bidder on February 17, 1986 at the Council meeting
              which shall be held at 7 p.m. on such date.
 SECTION           The Mayor and Common Council reserve the right to reject any
      A1      or all proposals or to reject the bids of any persons who have been
              delinquent or unfaithful to any contract with the City of Kingman
 January      and to waive any informalities or irregularities in the proposals.
 total a:
 and C O ~
 the May      SECTION 10.     Emergency.
 best re
 which s           Whereas, the immediate operation of the provisions of this
       Th     Resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public peace,
              health, and safety of the City of Kingman, Arizona, an emergency is
  or all      declared to exist and after its passage, adoption and approval by
  delinql     the Council of the City of Kingman, and it is hereby exempt from
  and to      the provisions of the Constitution and Laws of the State of
              Arizona.
              PASSED AND ADOPTED this   ma         day of                  ,   1986.
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   health                                                   CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
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                                           RESOLUTION NO. 1026
                                           re:   1/2 cent sales tax

                                            tabled Jan. 20, 1986
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO.   1027
         A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
         CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; REFLECTING THE STRATEGIC
         PLANNING LIST FOR 1986.
WHEREAS, during the months of October, November, and December of 1985,
the Kingman Common Council and staff members met in a series of
meetings classified under the heading of Strategic Planning; and
WHEREAS, the 'Mission Statement" for this Strategic Planning process
was: TO CONTINUE THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FOR THE MAXIMIZATION OF
RESOURCES IN ADMINISTERING AND FINANCING AN EFFICIENT LEVEL OF CITY
SERVICES IN PUBLIC SAFETY, RECREATION, PUBLIC WORKS AND GENERAL
ADMINISTRATION FOR A FIVE YEAR PERIOD"; and
WHEREAS, this year's Strategic Planning sessions covered the
revenue/expenditure forecasts, staff members projected needs and the
services and service levels for the next five years: and
WHEREAS, the first step in the Strategic Planning process was the
review of current services and service levels, and the agreement that
these services and service levels should be maintained before new
programs are initiated and that public safety and welfare programs
would maintain a higher priority than public leisure activities; and
WHEREAS, the second step in the Strategic Planning process was the
review of programs and projects that have been discussed during the
past years that have not been implemented; and
WHEREAS, through this process twenty-five (25) projects/programs were
identified and discussed which are expansions of existing service
levels and/or programs that should be considered for future
implementation; and
WHEREAS, these twenty-five (25) projects/programs were discussed and
prioritized thrugh an emphasis curve grading format; annd
WHEREAS, the results of this prioritizing exercise by the CITY COUNCIL
MEMBERS were as follows:
PRIORITY #          ISSUE                              SCORE
                    Flood/Drainage Control
                    Water QuantityQuality
                    Preservation of Streets
                    Economic Development
                    Cadastral Control Program
                    City Infill
                    Police Facility
                    Sanitary Landfill
                    Standard Specifications
                    Zoning Ordinance Update
                    Downtown Revitalization
                    General Plan Update
                    Remodel Main Office Area
                    Fire Dept. Service Expansion
                    Transportation Study Update
                    Attorney Office Needs
                    Annexation
                    Convert Community Center to
                      Community Development Offices
                    Street Lighting
                    Fire Dept. Training Facility
                    Open Space Standards/Needs
                    Self Insurance
                    Library Expansion
                    18 Hole Golf Course
                    Community Center
                                                  RESOLUTION NO. 1027(Cont1d)
                                                  RESOLUTION NO. 1028
  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Kingman Common Council that the
  above list of priorities are established for the year of 1986, and
  that this list will be used by the Council in determining the
  implementation of new services and/or service levels to be brought on
  line during the budgeting process for 1986/87.
 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Kingman Common Council this 20th day of
 January, 1986.
 ATTEST :                                          APPROVED :


  Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                       Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
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                        CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                          RESOLUTION NO. 1028
            A RESOLUTION BY THE HAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
            OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, MOBAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA
            DETERMINING TBAT TEE GRANTING OF AN ELECTRIC
            LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER FRANCHISE IS BENEFICIAL
            FOR THE CITY OF KINGWAN; TEAT THE MATTER SHALL
            BE SUBMITTED TO THE VOTERS OF KINGMAN; AND
            DECLARING AN EMERGENCY:

       Section 1.    The Mayor and Common Council of the City of
  Xingman deem the granting of the franchise, set forth in Ordinance
  Number 599, to Citizens Utilities Company to be beneficial for the
  City of Kingman.
       Section 2.     The question of whether the franchise set forth
  in Ordinance Number 599 shall be granted to Citizens Utilities
  Company shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of
  the City of Xingman at the next general election to be held on the
  18th day of March, 1986; providing for the giving of notice of the
  election and that all qualified voters shall be entitled to vote.
       Section 3.     The Clerk of the City of Kingman shall cause a
  copy of this proposed franchise to be published in full in The
  Mohave Daily Miner, and The Arizona Republic, newspapers of general
  circulation in the City of Kingman, for at least 30 consecutive
  days prior to the election.
            The ballots to be used shall be             in substantially the
  following form :

            SHALL A FRANCHISE BE GRANTED TO CITIZENS
            UTILITIES COMPANY, A DELAWARE CORPORATION, ITS
            SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN
            AND OPERATE AN ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER
            PLANT AND SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
            ARIZONA, AND FUTURE ADDITIONS THERETO IN
            ACCORDANCE   WITH   THE   PROPOSED   ORDINANCE
            SUBMITTED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, TO THE QUALIFIED
            ELECTORS OF SAID CITY?
                  FOR THE FRANCHISE                 I           1
                  AGAINST THE FRANCHISE             I           1
            The voter shall indicate his vote "For the franchise" or
  "Against the franchise" by inserting an "X" in the square opposite
  the phrase.
                                         City of Kingman, Arizon
                                         Resolution No.   1028
          The immediate operation of this Resolution is necessary
for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety of the
City of Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona, and an emergency is hereby
declared to exist, and this Resolution shall be in full force and
effect from and after its approval by the Mayor and Common Council
of the City of Kingman and publication and posting as required by
law and ordinances of the City of Kingman.
             THE FOREGOING RESOLUTION PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE MAYOR
AND C O W O N COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGXAN THIS         DAY OF
                       , 1986.

                                   APPROVED :

                                   CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
ATTEST :

DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
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                          RESOLUTION NO.   1029
           A RESOLUTION APPROVING ASSESSMENT DIAGRAM FOR GATES
           AVENUE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 85-2 CITY OF KING-
           MAN, ARIZONA.

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN, County of
Mohave, State of Arizona:

     Section 1:     That the duplicate diagrams of the property
contained within the Gates Avenue Improvement District No. 85-2
prepared by the City Engineer pureuant to Section 48-589, Arizona
Revised Statutes, be, and the same are hereby approved as the official
duplicate diagrams of said assessment district.
     Section 2:     That the City Clerk shall certify that the
duplicate diagrams have been approved, together with the date thereof,
and shall deliver same to the Superintendent of Streets to be used by
him pursuant to the provisions of Section 48-589, Arizona Revised
Statutes.
     Section 3:     That this resolution shall be in full force and
effect immediately upon its passage.

PASSED AND ADOPTED this 3rd day of February, 1986.
ATTEST:                             APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk          Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                          CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESLUTION NO.   1030
              A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON
              COUNCILOF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA;
              AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 1009
WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN, Common Council passed Resolution
No. 1009, on October 21, 1985, and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 1009 identified the acceptance of a grant to
develop publicly owned wastewater treatment works, and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 1009 also identified and set the boundaries to
be included in the AREAWIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN
update, and
WHEREAS, it has been determined that the boundaries for the AREAWIDE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN be amended to cover the following
described area: (see Exhibit A for map of area)
     Beginning at the NE corner of Sec.1, T22N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec.30, T23N, R16W;
     thence east to the NE corner of Sec.28, T23N, R15W;
     thence south to the SE corner of Sec.33, T21N, R15W;
     thence east to the NE corner of Sec.4, T20N, R15W;
     thence south to the SE corner of Sec.28, T20N, R15W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.30, T20N, R15W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec.30, T20N, R15W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.24, T20N, R16W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec.24, T20N, R16W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.14, T20N, R16W;
     thence north to the SE corner of Sec.10, T20N, R16W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec. 7, T20N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec. 6, T20N, R17W;
     thence east to the SW corner of Sec.34, T21N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec. 3, T21N, R17W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.33, T22N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec.28, T22N, R17W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.20, T22N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec.20, T22N, R17W;
     thence west to the SW corner of Sec.18, T22N, R17W;
     thence north to the NW corner of Sec. 6, T22N, R17W;
     thence east to the NE corner of Sec. 1, T22N, R17W,
     the point of beginning. All lying within the G.&
     S.R.B.& M., Mohave County, Arizona.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona does
hereby approve the amendment to Resolution No. 1009 and the planning
boundaries for the AREAWIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN as
outlined herein above.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this   3rd   day of   March , 1986.
                                        APPROVED :
ATTEST:


Doroty Helmer, City Clerk               Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
APPROVED AS TO FORM:

James Chavez, City Attorney
           P L A N N I N G A R E A BOUNDARY
EXISTING    (19781

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                          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                           RESOLUTION NO. 1031

                A RESOLUTION OF TEE MAYOR AND COMMON
                COUNCIL OF THE cIm OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA,
                AMENDING RULE VII OF THE PERSONNEL RULES
                AND REGULATIONS: AND PROVIDING POR TEE
                APPOINTJ4ENT OF A NEUTRAL DEPARTMENT LIEAD
                TO BEAR DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS.
THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL of the City of Kingman, Arizona,
hereby resolve that Rule VII of the Personnel Rules and Regulations
be amended as follows:

                  RULE VII.   SEPARATION FROM SERVICE
    SECTION 1.     Termination and Suspension.   Any employee may
    be suspended with pay upon the recommendation of the
    department head to the City Manager.      Any employee may be
    terminated, suspended without pay, or demoted for cause upon
    the recommendation of the department head to the City
    Manager.   Any employee who has been terminated, suspended
    without pay, or demoted, shall be entitled to a pre-action
    hearing under SECTION 2 of this RULE, and to a post-action
    appeal as provided by RULE X.

     SECTION 2.
    A.    A department head who determines that an employee should
          be discharged, suspended without pay, or demoted, shall
          furnish the employee with a written statement of the
          reasons for the action. The written notice shall contain
          the following:
          (1) The date of the proposed action;
          (2) The nature of the proposed action;
          (3)   The specific grounds and facts upon which the action
                is to be taken;
          (4)     Inform the employee that, if requested, a neutral
                  department head appointed by the City Manager will
                  hold a hearing on the allegations and that the
                  employee may obtain written materials supporting the
                  action.
     B.   The employee shall be given a reasonable time to prepare
          for the hearing on the allegations.
     C.   Final action shall take place only after the appointed
          department head reviews the available evidence and the
          employee has had an opportunity to rebut the allegations.

     SECTION 3.    Reduction in Force.     The City Manager may
     invoke a reduction in the Citv work force because of a
     material change in duties, or organization, or shortage of
     work, or funds, or inability to spend because of expenditure
     limitations.

     SECTION 4 .    Resignation.   An employee wishing to leave the
     City employment in good standing shall file with the Personnel
     Officer, through the employee's department head, a written
     resignation stating the effective date and reasons for
     leaving, at least two weeks (unclassified positions preferably
     thirty days) before leaving the service, unless such time
     limit is waived. Failure to give notice as required by this
     RULE may be cause for denying future employment by the City.
PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
KINGIIAN, ARIZONA, this 18th   day of   February       , 1986.


                                          CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
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                             RESOLUTION NO.   1032
         A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
         KINGMAN, COUNTY OF MOHAVE, ARIZONA; AUTHORIZING THE
         HOLDING OF THE REGULAR PRIMARY ELECTION ON MARCH 18,
         1986; ESTABLISHING POLLING PLACES AND VOTING DIS-
         TRICTS; PROVIDING FOR THE RECORDATION OF THE ELEC-
         TOR'S CHOICE; APPOINTING ELECTION OFFICIALS AND
         FIXING THEIR COMPENSATION; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
         WHEREAS, it is provided by law for the holding of a Primary
Election; and
          WHEREAS, the Mayor has by proclamation called a Primary
Election to be held on March 18, 1986.
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of
the City of Kingman as follows:
          Section 1.    Designation of Election Date
          That the City Primary Election be held and conducted on
Tuesday, March 18, 1986.
          Section 2.    Polling Places and Voting Districts
          a) Fire Station No. 1, 301 North 5th Street (Downtown)
             All of downtown within the south, west and north Kinsman
             city limits to which is added that area on Hilltop south
             of Johnson Avenue and west of a line extending south to
             the south City limits from the intersection of Johnson
             Avenue with the A.T. & S. F. railway west bound track.
          b) Fire Station No. 2, 1605 Harrison Street (Hilltop)
             All of that area east of Stockton Hill Road to Andy
             Devine (U.S. 66) between Detroit Avenue and Johnson
             Avenue to which has been added the area from Andy Devine
             to the A.T. & S.F. railway tr,acks between Airfield
             Avenue and Louise crossing.
          C) Fire Station No. 3, 3345 Harrison Street (Centennial)
             All of the area within the City limits west of Stockton
             Hill Road between Johnson Avenue on the south to and
             including the property in the Northeast Quarter Sec-
             tion 1, Township 21 North, Range 16 West as well as the
             area east of Stockton Hill Road to the A.T. & S.F. rail-
             way tracks from Detroit and Airfield Avenue on the south
             to Gordon Avenue on the north along with the irregular
             City limits alignment in Shangri-La Estates.
          d) Moose Lodge, 302 Monroe (Hualapai)
             All of that area within the City limits southeast of the
             A.T. & S.F. railway tracks frrom the line extending south
             to the south City limits from the intersection of Johnson
             Avenue with the A.T. & S.F. railway to the east City
             limits.
          The polls shall be open on said date of Primary Election
from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
          Section 3.    Election Officials and their Compensation
          The following officers 'are hereby appointed to conduct the
Primary Election on Tuesday, March 18, 1986:
                                     Voting District
                   #1              #2            #3               #4
  Inspector   Jean Conrath    Sherry Reed   L. Chapman      S. Mendenhall
  Judge       Aleta Tyra      Betty Brock   Linda Orr       Lena Slaughter
  Judge       I. Ridenour     Peggy Mullin P. Shuffler      K. DeShuelds
  Clerk       M. Watson       B. Chambers   E. Murphy       Joyce Leroy
  Clerk       Eileen King     Pat Bartmus   Daun Gragg      Barbara Beck
  Marshall    D. Bickle       M.M. Mikleton Shirley Urban   Geo. Jerabeck
 RESOLUTION NO. 1032/Cont1d
334
           The compenstion of each of the officers is fixed at the sum
 of $3.35 per hour for the election; provided that a minimum of $20 per
 day must be paid to each such officer. If any member should fail to
 appear and serve, the City Clerk shall appoint a qualified substitute.
             Section 4.   Recordation of the Elector's Choice
           Voting shall be by paper ballots. The City Clerk is hereby
 authorized and directed to cause the printing of paper ballots as set
 forth in Title 16, Chapter 4, Article 5, Arizona Revised Statutes, and
 Title 16, Chapter 4, Article 6, Arizona Revised Statutes.
             Section 5.   Declaring an Emergency
           WHEREAS, the immediate operation of the provisions of this
 resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public peace,
 health and safety of the City of Kingman, an emergency is hereby
 declared to exist; and this resolution shall be in full force and
 effect from and after its passage, adoption and approval by the Mayor
 and Council of the City of Kingman, and it is hereby exempt from the
 referendum provision of the Constitution and laws of the State of
 Arizona.
           PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
 Kingman, Arizona, this       day of                      1986.
             APPROVED this         day of                  ,   1986.


                                            Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
 ATTEST:


 Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk


                             RESOLUCION NRO. 1032

             RESOLUCION DEL ALCALDE Y DE LOS CONCEJALES DE
             CIUDAD DE KINGMAN, CONDADO DE MOHAVE, ARIZONAI
             AUTORIZANDO LA CELEBRACION DE ELECCIONES REGULARES
             PRIMARIAS EL DIA 18 DE MARZO DE 1986: ESTABLECIENDO
             LOS LUGARES PARA VOTAR Y LOS DISTRITOS ELECTORALES:
             DANDO A CONOCER LA FORMA EN QUE LOS VOTANTES DARAN
             SUS VOTOS: NOMBRANDO LOS FUNCIONARIOS ENCARGADOS DE
             LAS ELECCIONES Y FIJANDO EL SUELDO DE LOS MISMOS;
             Y DECLARANDO UNA EMERGENCIA
POR CUANTO: ha sido establecida pol la ley la celebracion de elecciones
Primarias y
POR CUANTO, el Alcalde por proclamacion ha convocado la celebracion de
elecciones Primarias para el dia 18 de Marzo de 1986.
POR TANTO HA SIDO DISPUESTO por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad
de Kingman lo siguiente:
Seccion 1:   Designation del dia de las elecciones

             Que las elecciones Primarias de la ciudad se celebren
             el dia 18 de Marzo de 1986.
Seccion 2:   Lugares donde se puede votar y Distritos Electorales.
                                                        RESOLUCION NRO. 1032 Cont'd
                                                                                         m a -



Seccion 2:   Lu a r e s dondr s e             usde v o t a r  ' ~ s t r i t o s~ l e e t o r a t i ! 8 ?
             =
             ai
              *             de boaberA N ~ U I % ~ Z T E T ( ~ ~                       Centrol
                 Todo e l centro dentro de 10s l i k i t e s a 1 s u r , oeste y
                 a1 n o r t e de l a ciudad de Kingman, a l o c u a l s e agrega
                  e s a r e @ & en H i l G o p a 1 s u r de l a avenida Johnson y ,
                  a 1 oes;e      de m o l i n e a que s e e x t i e n d e Lacia e l s u r de
                  10s l i m i t e s meridionales de l a ciudad desdc l a boca-
                  c a l l e de l a Avenida Johnson y 10s r i e l e s de A.T.&S.F.
                  que s e d i r i g e n Lacia e l o e s t e .
             b ) Casa de bmberos Nu. 2 , 1605 C a l l e Harrison ( H i l l t o p )
                  Toda e s a rexidh a 1 e s t e d e l Camino Stockton H i l l Lacia
                  Andy ~ e v i n e - ( u . s . 66) e n t r e l a Avenida D e t r o i t y-  9
                  Avenida Johnson a l o c u a l s e ha agregado l a regqon
                  desde Andy Devine h a s t a 10s r i e l e s de A.T.6S.F. e n t r e
                  l a ~ v e n i d aA i r f i e l d y e l c r u c e r o de Louise.
             C ) Casa de bomberos Nu. 3 , 3345 C a l l e Harrison(Centennia1)
                  roda l a regidh dentro de 10s l i m i c e s de l a ciudad a 1
                  oesce d e l Camino Scockton H i l l , e n t r e l a Avenida Johnson
                  en e l sur hacia e i n c l u s o l a propiedad en e l cuarto
                  s e c t o r nordeste I , Township 21N, Range 17 W , t a n t o
                   como l a regioh a 1 e s t e d e l camino Stockton H i l l hacia
                   10s r i e l e s A.T.6S.F. desde D e t r o i t y Avenida A i r f i e l d
                   en e l s u r , hast$ l a Avenida Gordon en e l n o r t e a l o
                   l a r g o de 10s l i m i t c s i r r e g u l a r e s de l a ciudad en
                   Shangri-la Estates.
              d ) Moose Lodge,.302 Monroe (Hualapai)                                       . -
                   Todar esa region dentro dc lo!* l i m i t e s a 1 sudeste de
                   10s r i e l e s A.T.&S.F. de una l l n e a que s e extiende a 1 sur
                   h a s t a 10s li'mites d e l s u r de l a ciudad desde l a bocacall5
                   de l a Avenida Johnson con 10s r i e l e s de A.T.LS.F. a 10s
                   l i m i t e s o r i e n t a l e s de l a cuidad.
             Los lugares donde se puede votar estaran abiertos el dia
             senalado para las elecciones Primarias desde las 6 a.m.                               l   -

             hasta las 7 p.m.
Seccion 3:   Nombramiento de 10s funcionarios encargados de las
               elecciones y el sueldo de 10s mismos:
            Por medio de la presente se nombran a 10s siguientes
funcionarios para conducir las elecciones Primarias que se celebraran el
martes 18 de Marzo de 1986.
                                        Distrito Electoral
              Nro. 1                   Nro. 2         Nro. 3                       Nro. 4
Inspector
Juez
           Jean Conrath
           Aleta Tyra
                                   Sherry Reed     L. Chapman                     .
                                                                                S Mendenhall
                                   Betty Brock     Linda Orr                    Lena Slaughter
Juez       I. Ridenour             Peggy Mullin    P. Shuffler                  K. DeShuelds
Secretario M. Watson               B. Chambers     E. Murphy                    Joyce Leroy
Secretario Eileen King             Pat Bartmus     Daun Gragg                   Barbara Beck
Marshall   D. Bickle               M.M. Mikleton Shirley Urban                  Geo. Jerabeck
El sueldo de cada uno de estos funcionarios sera de $3.35 por hora; se
establece que un minimo de $20.00 por dia debera ser pagado a cada uno
de 10s funcionarios. Si alguno de ellos no comparece a desempenar su
trabajo, el Secretaria Municipal nombrara un sustituto calificado.
Seccion 4:    Forma en que 10s votantes daran su voto:
La votacion se hara por medio de boletas. El Secretaria Municipal por
medio de la presente, queda autorizado para ordenar la impresion de las
boletas de acuerdo con la forma fijada en el Titulo 16, Capitulo 5,
Articulo 2 y el Titulo 16, Capitulo 7, Articulo 8 de 10s Estatutos
Revisados del Estado de Arizona.
Seccion 5:    Declarando una emergencia
POR CUANTO, la inmediata aplicacion de las provisiones de esta
resolucion son necesarias para el mantenimiento de la paz publica y para
el bienestar de la ciudad de Kingman, por medio de la presente se
declara que existe una emergencia; que esta Resolucion sera cumplida y
se mantendra en vigor desde el momento y despues de su aprobacion,
adopcion y autorizacion, por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad de
Kingman quedando exempta de las normas de referendum establecidas por la
Constitution y las leyes del Estado de Arizona.
PASADA Y ADOPTADA por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad de
Kingman, Arizona, el dia - de                 de 1986.
341;   RESOLUTION NO.
RESOLUCION NRO. 1032 - cont 'd
PASADA Y ADOPTADA por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad de
Kingman, Arizona, el dia 18th d3e Martes de 1986.



Secretaria Municipal                    Alcalde




                            CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESOLUTION NO.   1033
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            THE CITY OF K I N G W , ARIZONA:   APPROVING THE
            PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR CANYON SHADOWS
            UNIT 6. TRACT 1916, A REPLAT OF PORTIONS OF
            CANYON SBADOWS, UNIT 4; TRACT 1906.
WHBRBAS, Mr. C. Orr is intending to resubdivide a portion of the
currently recorded subdivision Canyon Shadows, Unit 4, with the
intent of building patio homes; and
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman Planning Commission reviewed said
proposed replat on February 12, 1986; and
WHgREAS,  the following conditions are recommended by the
Commission for approval of said preliminary plat by the Council:
       1. The full improvements of the north half of Gordon and
       the full width of Shadow Crest Road from Gordon to the
       south side of the drainage and public utility easement as
       shown on attached exhibit will be the up front
       responsibility of Mr. Orr, and Mr. Orr will provide
       proper assurance, as approved by the City Attorney, that
       these.improvementswill be made.
       2.   An improvement district will be established by Mr.
       Orr to allow for th? full improvement including water and
       sewer extention and roads of Shadow Crest from the south
       side of the PUE up Shadow Crest to Canyon Hills and
       thence west on Canyon Hills to Canyon Shadow Lane. A
       water tie-in will be made at that point with Shadow
       Mountain's water line, however only a sewer stubout will
       be made at the intersection of Canyon Hills Road and the
       new Canyon Shadows Lane.      At any future date if the
       residents of Shadow Mountain wish sewer service they
       would have to petition for an improvement district at
       that time.    Mr. Orr's signature on a petition for
       improvement district shall be a condition for this
       approval of preliminary plat.
       3. Until all improvements are completed on Shadow Crest
       and Canyon Hills, an easement will be maintained across
       Lots 3 and 4, Block 1, of the replatted subdivision to
       allow access to Shadow Mountain subdivision.       When
       improvements are completed this easement will be
       withdrawn.   Appropriate arrangments shall be made with
       the Title Company to assure these actions.
       4.   The drainage easement area is essential to the
       engineering design of this proposed replat and will be
       maintained as shown with dedication to the City for
       future maintenance and possible park site..       These
       drainage works will be constructed with the improvement
       district.    These drainage works are necessary in
       capturing runoff from the Shadow Mountain area.
                                   RESOLUTION NO. 1033(cont8d)347

     5. Within the resubdivided area, water and sewer will be
     sized to take into the account the potential density
     allowed under the current R-2 zoning, that is 19 dwelling
     units per acre.    On any development occurring on any
     parcels in the replat, i.e. parcel "B", parcel "D"8 or
     parcel   "Em,   off-site    improvements  will   be   the
     responsibility of the developer.
     6. The abandoning of lot lines as shown on Exhibit "A"
     attached is acceptable to the Commission after input from
     utility companies.    The Ricca owned lots 9        -
                                                         18, a
     portion of Block 1, Canyon Shadows Unit 4, will be
     maintained as will Lot 3, Block 1, owned by Mr. Nugent.
     7. The conditions of ratification of plat for the Black
     Mesa 18" coal slurry pipeline running along the north
     side of Gordon are hereby reaffirmed and acceptable to
     the Commission under those set forth in a Ratification of
     Plat first recorded on December 14, 1966, Docket 99, Page
     424, Mohave County Recorder, and reaffirmed on November
     21, 1975, as recorded in Book 302, Page 794-795, Mohave
     County Recorder, and the developer will construct
     according to all conditions and ratifications as set
     forth therein.
     8. As a condition that this ratification is maintained,
     that portion of Parcel "B" as shown on the plat of Canyon
     Shadows Unit 3, which fronts upon Lots 1, 2, and 3 of
     Block 1, of the proposed Canyon Shadows Unit 6, will be
     dedicated to the City as a portion of the Gordon Drive
     right of way (see Exhibit "A").

NOW THgREF'ORB, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council of the City
of Kingman does hereby appr0v.e the PRELIMINARY PLAT for said
Canyon Shadows, Unit 6, Tract 1915, a replat of Canyon Shadows
Unit 4, subject to the above conditions.
PASSED AND AWPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this      day of                    , 1986.
ATTEST :                     APPROVED :



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk    Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
P&Z/ResOrd2
                           CITY OF KINGMAN
                      RESOLUTION NO.   1034
            A  RESOLUTION RELATED TO ZONING: APPROVAL OF A
            CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO ALLOW TEEN AND SENIOR
            CITIZENS DANCES TO BE OPERTATED I N All EXISTING
            DANCE STUDIO LOCATED I N TEE COIUZERCIAL-2 ZONE.


WHJZREAS, Shirley Walker and Robert Fisher have requested a
conditional use permit to operate teen and senior citizens dances
in an existing dance studio, located in the Commercial-2 zone at
411 E. Beale Street; and
WBEREAS, at the regular meeting of February 12, 1986, the City of
Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of
this conditional use permit; and
WBBREAS, Zoning Ordinance No. 135 requires a conditional use
permit to operate dance halls in a Commercial-2 ((2-2) zone.
NW
O    TBEREFORE, BE I T RESOLVED that the City of Kingman Common
Council   approve  this    request  subject  to  the   following
stipulation: The building housing the use meet all building and
fire codes.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this        day of                          , 1986.
                               APPROVED :



                               Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST :                       APPROVED AS TO FORM:



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk     James Chavez, City Attorney
P&Z/ResOrd
                              C I T Y O F KINGMAN,        ARIZONA

                               RESOLUTION NO.             1035



            A R E S O L U T I O N O F THE MAYOR AND COMMON C O U N C I L O F
            THE C I T Y O F KINGMAN, A R I Z O N A , DECLARING A S A
            P U B L I C RECORD T H E DOCUMENT ON FILE W I T H T H E
            C I T Y CLERK E N T I T L E D " C I T Y O F KINGMAN, A R I Z O N A ,
            BUSINESS LICENSES           -AMENDED MARCH 1 9 8 6 " .


B E IT RESOLVED BY THE M Y O R AND COMMON COUNCIL OF TEE C I T Y OF
KINGMAH, ARIZONA, a s f o l l o w s :
            The document entitled...

                         ,CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                  BUSINESS LICENSES            -
                                      AMENDED MARCH 1986.
            a t t a c h e d a s E x h i b i t A , t h r e e c o p i e s of w h i c h
            a r e on f i l e i n t h e o f £ i c e of t h e C i t y C l e r k , i s
            declared t o be a p u b l i c record.


PASSED AND ADOPTED t h i s         17th        d a y of             March              ,   1986.



                                                   CAROL S. ANDERSON                   Mayor

ATTEST:


DOROTHY HELMER,      City Clerk



APPROVED A S T O FORM:


JAMES E.   CHAVEZ, C i t y A t t o r n e y




                          " C I T Y O F KINGMAN, A R I Z O N A
                     BUSINESS LICENSES             -
                                              AMENDED MARCH,                1986"

                     See O r d i n a n c e N o .   602.
                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                         RESOLUTION NO.    06
                                          13
          A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
          KINGMAN, COUNTY OF MOHAVE, ARIZONA; ACKNOWLEDGING
          A PREAPPLICATION FOR GRANT ASSISTANCE TO THE ECONOMIC
          DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION FOR THE KINGMAN AIRPORT
          INDUSTRIAL PARK WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROJECT.
     WHEREAS, Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc. on behalf of
Mohave County and the City of Kingman has submitted a preapplication
to the Economic Development Administration for a grant to finance the
construction of new water main extensions at the Kingman Airport
Industrial Park; and
     WHEREAS, the Economic Development Administration has requested a
resolution by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors and the City
Council acknowledging the preapplication and authorizing Mohave County
Airport Authority, Inc. as the lead agency in the application
process; and
     WHEREAS, Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc. will pledge the
matching funds for the requested assistance if a grant offer is made,
     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Kingman,
Arizona approves and acknowledges being a joint applicant in the
preapplication to the Economic Development Administration to finance
the construction of water main extensions at the Kingman Airport
Industrial Park: and
     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council authorizes the
Airport Manager and Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc. to act on
behalf of the Council to proceed with the application process and the
administration of the proposed project;
     BE IT FURETHER RESOLVED that the City Council authorizes the
Mayor of the City of Kingman to execute the required documentation in
the preapplication process.
     PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
COUNTY OF MOHAVE, ARIZONA, this 3rd day of March, 1986.
ATTEST:                                   APPROVED:


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                                        CITY OF KINGMAN
                                  RESOLUTION NO.          07
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                 A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
                 CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; AUTHORIZING AND ESTABLISH-
                 ING USER FEES FOR THE BALLFIELD COMPLEX, TENNIS COURTS,
                 RACQUETBALL COURTS, SHUFFLEBOARD COURTS, HORSESHOE COURTS
                 AND SWIMMING POOLS; AND AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 927.
WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN provides sports facilities and aquatic programs at
City parks and Resolution No. 927 sets user fees for these recreational
facilities;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Resolution No. 927 is amended to read as
follows:

The following User ~ees/Rate Schedules are hereby established for City Parks                 d
                                                                                             i
Recreation:
FACILITY                          USE/TIME PERIOD                FEE CHARGE
  I.    BALLFIELD COMPLEX (4 fields
a. Ea. ballfield (Dia. #1,                                       $ 8.00/game till dusk
   #2, #3 for teenage and                                         12.00/game after dusk
   adult League play)
b. Youth baseball field                                            6.00/game till dusk
   Youth league play                                              lO.OO/after dusk
   (Diamond #4 only)
c. Ea. ballfield for              all day use                     50.00 till dusk
   tourneys/special events                                        12.00/game after dusk
d. Ea. ballfield for              1 hour       6   30 minutes      8.00 ti1 dusk
   teenage or adult               1 hour       6   30 minutess     12.00 after dusk
   practice

 11.    TENNIS COURTS (4 courts)
a. Ea. tennis court                   1 hour   6   30 minutes       .50 till 5 PM
                                                                   1.00 after 5 PM
 .
b Each tennis court               all day use                      6.00 till 5 PM/Singles
   for tourneys/special                                           12.00 till 5 PM/Doubles
   events
                                      half day use                 3 -00 till 5 PM/Singles
                                                                   6.00 till 5 PM/Doubles
                                      evening use
                                      1 hour & 30 minutes          2.00 after 5 PM/Singles
                                                                   4.00 after 5 PM/Doubles
 c. Tennis Season Passes                                     RESIDENT      NON-RESIDENT
       1. Annual individual (Jan.1 thru Dec. 31)                  $40.00         $50.00
       2. Semi-annual individual (Jan 1        -   June 30         20.00          25.00
          or July 1 - Dec. 31)
       3. Annual family (Jan. 1   -    Dec. 31)                    80.00         100.00
       4. Semi-annual family (Jan 1      -   June 30
          or July 1 - Dec. 31)

111.    RACQUETBALL COURTS (2 courts)
                                       USE/TIME PERIOD                  FEE CHARGE
a. Ea. racquetball court               1 hour (max. time limit)         $ .50 till 5 PM
   for student (17 & under)                                              2.00 after 5 PM
b. Ea. racquetball court               1 hour (max. time limit)             1.00 till 5 PM
   for adult (18 & over)                                                   2.00 after 5 PM
                                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 1037 (cant',
     IV.   SHUFFLEBOARD COURTS            1 hour use (includes play
                                                                                         353
                                                                                 No charge
           (3 courts)                     equipment)

      V.   HORSESHOE COURTS               1 hour use (includes play              No charge
           (3 courts)                     equipment)

     VI.   SWIMMING POOLS:      CENTENNIAL POOL/Veteranls Centennial Recreation Complex
                                DOWNTOWN SWIMMING POOL at 324 Gold Street
     a. Daily Swim Admissions
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       Pre-school child, elementary school & junior high students                       $ .50
       High school students                                                              .75
       Adult                                                                            1-00
       Child under 4 with paid adult admission                                        No charge
     The daily swim admission fee allows a person to use areas designated for public
     use at the hours designated for public swimming. Termination of one's swim anc
     leaving the premises constitutes one daily admission.
     b. Season Swim Privilege Passes
        1) Family (membersof immediate householdonly)                   $48.00        $60.00
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m       2) Individual adult (18 to 60 years)
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a       3) Individual student (17 years       6   under)
        4) Individual senior citizens (60         &   over)              12.00         15.00

                                                                                  a
     Swim Pass good only from the first day of the regular season until the last d !
     of the regular season.
-1      5) Kingman Dolphin Swim Team members
 i         (open to residents and non-residents)
           Swim Pass good during year swim team season for team practice
           uses and swim meets only)

     STUDENTS   &   YOUTH "SPLASH DAYS"
     During the months of May, June, July, August and September, free admission for
     period of time for individual students, age seventeen (17) and under, is
     authorized under the directon of the Parks & Pecreation Director.
     FEE WAIVERS
     The Kingman City Council may waive any of the above fees according to the
     following guidelines:
                    a) A waiver of fees may only be granted for a special
                       event such as a softball tournament.
                    b) The organizaton requesting the fee waiver must specify
                       the use intended of any profit gained from the special
                       event.
                    C) The Council may waive the fees if it determines the profits
                       will be used for a charitable purpose that will benefit
                       the City.
     PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the CITY OF KINGMNAN, Arizona,
     this       day of                          , 1986.
     ATTEST :                                              APPROVED :


     Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                            Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                                 CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO.   1038

           A RESOLUTION BY TH6 M Y O R AND COMMON COUNCIL OP
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:      APPROVING TEE
           PINAL SUBDIVISION PLAT FOR CANYON SBADOWS, UNIT
           SIX, TRACT NO. 1915; AND AUTHORIZING TEE MAYOR
           AND CITY CLERK TO SIGN SAID PLAT.



WHEREAS,  First American Title Insurance Company of Arizona, as
Tustee under Trust No. 5934 for Orr Construction, has caused to be
subdivided under the name of Canyon Shadows Unit Six, Tract 1915,
a portion of Section 1, TZlN, R17W, G. 6 S.R.B.M.; and
WaERgAS, the plat titled Canyon Shadows, Unit Six, Tract 1915,
conforms to the requirements established in the City of Kingman
Subdivision Ordinance No. 136; and
WHEREAS, off-site improvements will be completed by the developer,
and assurance for completion of these required improvements has
been provided to the Common Council of the City of Kingman in the
form of a letter of credit committment by Valley National Bank of
Arizona to fund up to $80,000 toward the off-site improvement on
the referenced subdivision; and
WHEREAS, the improvement plans for the off-site improvements have
been prepared by an engineer registered to practice in the State
of Arizona, and said plans have been reviewed and approved by the
City Engineer.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, that:


     1.    The plat titled Canyon Shadows Unit Six, Tract
           No. 1915, is hereby approved for recording
           provided all conditions of preliminary plat
           approval under Resolution No. 1033 are met; and
     2.    The Mayor, Planning Director, and City Engineer,
           are hereby authorized to sign off on said plat;
           and
     3.    That the Mayor and Common Council hereby accept
           on behalf of the public all roadway and public
           utility easements offered for dedication on said
           plat,   and   abandon   all   rights-of-way  and
           easements as shown and approved by Resolution
           No. 1033 in the preliminary plat.
     4.    That if all conditions and assurances are not
           met as outlined herein and by Resolution No.
           1033 which approved the preliminary plat, that
           said Canyon Shadows Unit Six subdivision shall
           be null and void and shall be vacated by Common
           Council Resolution, and no building permits
           shall be issued within said subdivision.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Commcm Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this   3rd   day of     March        , 1986.
Attest:                                   APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk

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                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.   1039
          A RESOLUTION BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
          KINGMAN, ARIZONA; RELATING TO THE LONG TERM SOLID
          WASTE DISPOSAL FOR THE KINGMAN AREA OF MOHAVE COUNTY.
WHEREAS, the Mohave County sanitary landfill located in a portion of
Section 18, Township 21 North, Range 17 West, G.& S.R.B.& M., Mohave
County, Arizona, is currently operating under a one year expansion
until February 12, 1987, as granted by the Arizona Department of
Health Services; and
WHEREAS, it is paramount that the City of Kingman and the County of
Mohave pursue the siting and approval of a "new" sanitary landfill
that can be brought into operation by February 12, 1987, to serve the
solid waste disposal needs of the residents of the Kingman area;
and
WHEREAS, the Mohave County Board of Supervisors did appoint a Kingman
Area Sanitation Landfill Siting Committee to identify and review
possible sites for a long term sanitary landfill; and
WHEREAS, said committee has met and reviewed eleven alternative sites
in the area of the Hualapai and Sacramento Valleys and has recommended
that the Kingman Common Council and Mohave County Board of Supervisors
work jointly through their staffs to acquire and develop the south 1/2
of Section 6, Township 22 North, Range 15 West, G.& S.R.B. & M.,
Mohave County, Arizona, lying west of the right-of-way line of U. S.
Highway 66 for a sanitary landfill; and
WHEREAS, it is permissible under State Law and to the public's benefit
for the City and County to work jointly to resolve the solid waste
disposal problem for the Kingman Area.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Kingman Common Council
endorses the concept that the City of Kingman work jointly with Mohave
County to acquire the above referenced site from the State Land
Department and approval of the site for a sanitary landfill from the
Arizona Department of Health Services; and hereby authorizes the City
staff to work jointly with the County's staff in preparing the
operations/management plan for the landfill operation, and pursue the
approval from the State Health Department, incuding the holding of
public hearings.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of Kingman,
Arizona, this 17th day of March, 1986.
ATTEST:                             APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk          Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO.    00
                                             14
           A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE
           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; REQUESTING THE ARIZONA
           DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO AUTHORIZE TRANSPOR-
           TATION ASSISTANCE FUNDS PURSUANT TO SECTION 40-1102,
           ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES>
WHEREAS, the Thirty-fifth Legislature, second special session of
1981, established a Local Transportation Assistance Fund from the
proceeds of the Arizona State Lottery; and
WHEREAS, the Director of the Arizona Department of Transportation
shall determine the total amount of requests for Local Transportation
Funds from Cities and Towns; and
WHEREAS, these funds are to be distributed on a monthly basis by the
State Treasurer to cities and towns requesting funds; and
WHEREAS, these funds are to be used for the following purposes:
TRANSPORTATION:     residential street lighting
                    maintenance of City streets
                    City street sign operation
                    sidewalk construction & maintenance
           OTHER:   10% for cultural, educational, historical, recrea-
                    tional or scientific facilities or programs if the
                    monies are matched equally by non-public monies.
     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and CITY COUNCIL of
the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, that the Arizona Department of
Transportation is hereby requested to take necessary steps in
authorizing Local Transportation Assistance Funds for the
above-mentioned purposes.
PASSED this 21st day of April        ,   1986, by the Mayor and Council of
the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona.



ATTEST :                              Carol S. Anderson, Mayor



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk
                            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                             RESOLUTION NO.   1041

            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            TBE cIm OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, AMENDING RULE 11,
            SECTION 25 OF THE KINGUAN PERSONNEL RULES AND
            REGULATIONS RELATING TO OVERTIME COMPENSATION.


B E I T RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council that Rule 11,
Section 25 of the Kingman Personnel Rules and Regulations be
amended to read as follows:
            SECTION 2 5 .      OVERTIME COMPENSATION.

            A.   Overtime work shall be compensated by
            overtime pay or compensatory time as required by
            the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, except,
            vacation hours or compensatory time taken off
            shall count as hours worked for calculating the
            number of hours in a work period.
            B.   Salaried employees are not            eligible   for
            overtime or compensatory time.
            C.   No employee shall be allowed to accrue more
            than 40 hours of overtime to be used as
            compensatory time. This means that no employee
            shall accrue more than 60 compensatory hours
            off.
            D.   Whether or not compensatory time will be
            given in lieu of pay shall be determined by the
            department head. When compensatory time can be
            taken off will be determined by the department
            head.

                    by the Mayor and Common Council in the City of
P A S S E D AND ADOPTED
Kingman, Arizona, this   21st day of       April       , 1986.

                                               CAROL S. ANDERSON, Mayor
ATTEST :

DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
APPROVED AS TO FORM:

JAMES E. CHAVEZ, City Attorney
                           CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESOLUTION NO.   1043
           A RESOLUTION BY TEE m Y O R AWD COWnON COUNCIL OF
           TEE CITY OF KINGUAN, ARIZONA:      APPROVING TEIE
           F I N A L PLAT FOR LEUAY ESTATES TRACT 1916 AND
           ALLOWING      EXCEPTIONS    TO TEE    SUBDIVISION
           ORDINANCE FOR S A I D PLAT.

WHEREAS, Clyde LeMay has caused to be resubdivided Lot 9, Block B,
Hodges Subdivision; and
WHEREAS,  the Kingman Planning Commission has reviewed said
resubdivision into four lots and has recommended that exceptions
requested by the applicant be granted, to wit:
     1.    Waive the requirement for a drainage report because of
           the small size and impact of the subdivision and the
           owners lack of control of upstream or downstream flows
           from the resubdivision; and
     2.    Waive the requirement for perimeter road improvements
           because of the small portion required on full unpaved
           streets, Hodges and Harvard, and the cost to the City of
           maintaining a required paved portion; and
WHEREAS, the subdivision plat was forwarded to Citizens Utilities
Electric Division, Citizens Utilities Telephone Division, Southern
Union Gas, and the City Water System and no objections were
received.
NOW TBEREFORE, B E I T RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, that the final subdivision plat for LeMay
Estates, a resubdivision into four lots of Lot 9, Block B, Hodges
Subdivision, is hereby approved and the Mayor is authorized to
sign said plat.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this    21st day of        Apr i1       ,    1986.

                                  APPROVED :



                                  Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST :                          APPROVED AS TO FORM:



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk        James Chavez, City Attorney

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                           CITY OF KINGMAN
                      RESOLUTION NO.        /d#
           A RESOLUTION BY THE HAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMM, ARIZONA: APPROVING AN
           AXJSNDED HORIZONTAL PROPERTY REGIUE FOR K I N G M
           PROFESSIONAL CONDOMINIUMS FOR TRACT 1907 AlJD
           AUTHORIZING   TEE UAYOR     TO        SIGN   SAID   AMENDED
           PLAT.
W E Z A,
 HFES    Mr. Jim Gustav has caused to be resubdivided Lots 48
through 59, Block 125, Golden Gate Addition $8 into a subdivision
of air space shown on Map of Tract 1907; and
WHEREAS, said tentative plat was reviewed by the Kingman Planning
and Zoning Commission on November 25, 1981: and
WHBRRAS,  said person, Mr. Jim Gustav, desires to amend the
previously approved final plat, approved by Resolution 825 by the
Common Council of the City of Kingman; and
WEEREAS, all off-site improvements have been approved by the City
Engineer, and where said improvements and their completion will
not be affected by a change in the horizontal property regime; and
WHEREAS, assurance for the completion of the off-site improvements
is the actual completion of the improvements prior to any
occupancy of said Professional Condominium Building.
NOW TEEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, that said amendment to the plat approved under
the original Resolution 825 is hereby approved and that the Mayor
is authorized to sign said amended plat.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and gommon Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this dl.& day of , a l 1 2 ,          , 1986.
                                            (I


                                  APPROVED :



                                     Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST :                             APPROVED AS TO FORM:



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk           James Chavez, City Attorney
                                 CITY OF KINGMAN
                             RESOLUTION NO.   1045
                  A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                  THE CITY OF KINGWAN, ARIZONA: RELATING TO TFIE
                   ....
                  DSDA     SERVICE CENTER PROPOSED LOCATION.

       WHEREAS, on Monday, April 7, 1986, the Mohave County Board of
       Supervisors voted to locate the U.S.D.A. Service Center Complex,
       which includes office facilities for Arizona Cooperative Extension
       Service, Farmers Home Administration, and Soil Conservation
       Service, at the southwest corner of Stockton Hill Road and Beverly
       Avenue; and
       WHEREAS, these proposed office facilities would be located outside
       the Central Business District of downtown Kingman and in conflict
       with the City of Kingman's General Plan to maintain the Central
       Business District as the governmental center; and
       WHEREAS, the position of the City of Kingman Common Council is to
       have all local, county, and state governmental office buildings in
       the downtown Central Business District as stated in the Kingman
       General Plan, adopted by the Mayor and Common Council of the City
       of Kingman on April 21, 1971.
       NOW TEERJ3FORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Kingman Common Council
       requests the Mohave County Board of Supervisors and the Arizona
-1 i   Cooperative Extension Service to reconsider their decision of
       April 7, 1986 and cooperate with the Commmon Council as required
       by A.R.S. S9-461-07(C) and A.R.S. S9-461.12(C) in the selection of
       the office site in conformance with the General Plan.
       PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
       KINGMAN, Arizona this 21st day of      April         , 1986.

                                        APPROVED :



                                        Richard Clark Morrell'
                                        Acting Mayor
       ATTEST :                         APPROVED AS TO FORM:



       Dorothy ~elmer,V~?.ty
                           Clerk        James Chavez, City Attorney
                          CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESOLUTION NO. 1046

           A RESOLUTION BY TEE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:      PROVING AHD
           SUPPORTING CITY OF KINGMAN CLEAN-UP-WEEK, APRIL
           20 THROUGH APRIL 28, 1986.

WHEREAS, the City of Kingman is rich in natural resources and
beauty; and
WHEREAS, the Common Council believes that every citizen should
contribute to keeping the community as a whole clean and
healthful, should work together to preserve clean air, fresh water
and the natural beauty of the community; and
WHEREAS, Clean-Up-Week will be a City-wide effort to improve the
community environment by removing weeds, picking up litter,
landscaping yards; and
WHEREAS, the Kingman Clean City Commission, as a City appointed
Commission, will be responsible for involving individuals in
community   improvements, originated   Clean-Up-Week   to  focus
attention on the importance to City pride, community economic
development, and the quality of life in the City of Kingman of a
clean environment.
NOW TEEREPORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Common Council declares the
week of April 20 through April 28, 1986, as Clean-Up-Week in
Kingman and to ask all citizens from business, civic groups, and
government agencies and other organizations to work not only to
Keep America Beautiful during this week but throughout the year.
The Common Council also asks the Mayor to Proclaim Clean-Up-Week
and to recognize those citizens, organizations and government
entities who make contributions to its success.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this  21st day of      Ajpril         , 1986.

                                 APPROVED :



                                 Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
ATTEST :                         APPROVED AS TO FORM:



Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk       James Chavez, City Attorney
                               CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.     07
                                            14
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, COUNTY OF MOHAVE, ARIZONA;
           AUTHORIZING AN APPLICATION FOR GRANT ASSISTANCE
           TO THE ECONOMIC DEVELOMENT ADMINISTRATION FOR
           THE KINGMAN AIRPORT INDUSTRIAL PARK WATER MAIN
           EXTENSION PROJECT.
WHEREAS, Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc., on behalf of the City
of Kingman and Mohave County has submitted a preapplication to the
Economic Development Administration for a grant to finance the
construction of new water main extensions at the Kingman Airport
Industrial Park; and
WHEREAS, the Economic Development Administration has invited the City
of Kingman to submit a formal application for the proposed project;
and
WHEREAS, Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc. will pledge the
matching funds for the requested assistance and provide technical
assistance during the grant process;
     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Kingman,
Arizona, approves and acknowledges a formal application to the
Economic Development Administration to finance the construction of
water main extensions at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park; and
     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council authorizes the
Airport Manager and Mohave County Airport Authority, Inc. to act on
behalf of the Council as the lead agency in the preparation and
administraiton of the proposed project; and
     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council authorizes the Mayor
of the City of Kingman to execute the required documentation in the
application process.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
COUNTY OF MOHAVE, Arizona, this 21st day of April, 1986.
ATTEST :                              APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer,   City Clerk          Carol S. Anaerson, Mayor
                           RESOLUTION NO.    08
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RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN
IMPROVEMENT BONDS, FOR THE CITY OF KINGMAN GATES AVENUE IMPROVEMENT
DISTRICT NO. 85-2; DESIGNATING THE BOND REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT:
           lE
APPROVING T i SALE OF THE BONDS: AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
               WHEREAS, the Superintendent of Streets has levied and
recorded an assessment for the City of Kingman Gates Avenue
Improvement District No. 85-2 (the "Project") and the Superintendent
of Streets has executed, and the Mayor has countersigned, a warrant to
collect the several assessments; and
                                  .-
              WHEREAS, the warrant and asessment have been returned;
and
               WHEREAS, Section 48-597(C), Arizona Revised Statutes,
provides that the Mayor and Council may direct that improvement bonds
be issued in an amount which shall not exceed the amount of unpaid
assessments exceeding $25 as may be shown on the certified list of
unpaid assessments; and
               WHEREAS, such certified list has been filed with the
Clerk by the Superintendent of Streets and the City may cause bonds to
be issued; and
               WHEREAS, the City has determined to negotiate the sale
of the Bonds to Boettcher & Company, Inc. (the "Underwriter"); and
               WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council hereby nominate The
Valley National Bank of Arizona as registrar and paying agent for the
bonds; and
               WHEREAS, by this Resolution the Mayor and Council
desire to (1) authorize the issuance of improvement bonds payable from
unpaid special assessments levied against lots or parcels of land
benefitting from such improvement; (2) set the form of such bonds;
(3) provide for issuance and delivery of such bonds to the purchaser;
(4) authorize The Valley National Bank of Arizona, as registrar, to
open books to register ownership of the bonds; and (5) ratify and
confirm all prior acts of this Council, of the Superintendent of
Streets, of the Finance Director and of the City Clerk with respect to
the Project;
                                       ,,
               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL
OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN as follows:
            . Section 1 .
                        .   Improvement bonds are hereby authorized to
be issued, said bonds to be dated May 1     , 1986, in a total
principal amount of $855,000.00 bearing interest from their date to
the maturity of each of the bonds at the rate of 7.85 % per annum.
The bonds will be in denominations of $5,000 or integral multiples
thereof and will mature on January 1 in the years 1987 to 1996
inclusive, as follows:


      Year        Amount               Year
                                       -            Amount




          The Bonds maturing on or before January 1, 1990 are not
subject to call for redemption prior to maturity. Bonds maturing on
or after January 1, 1991 are subject to call for redemption prior to
maturity, in whole or in part, on January 1, 1990 or on any interest
payment date thereafter by the payment of the Redemption Price shown
below plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption.
                                                    RESOLUTION   NO.^@& 8
     Redemption Date                         Redemption Price
       (inclusive)                           (percent of par)
January   1,   1990   -   July   1,   1990
January   1,   1991   -   July   1,   1991
January   1,   1992   -   July   1,   1992
January   1,   1993   -   July   1,   1993
January   1,   1994   -   July   1,   1994
January   1,   1995   -   July   1,   1995
January   1,   1996   -   July   1,   1996
and thereafter at par.
          Notice of redemption shall be mailed not less than 30 nor
more than 60 days prior to the date fixed for redemption to the
registered owners of the bonds to be redeemed at the address shown on
the book of the registrar. When so called for redemption, the bonds
to be redeemed will cease to bear interest on the date fixed for
redemption if on that date sufficient funds for such redemption are
on deposit at the place of payment.
          Section 2. Said bonds shall be in the form of Exhibit "A"
attached hereto, allowing those executing said bond to make such
insertions or deletions as may be necessary to conform the bond to
Arizona law.
          Section 3. The City of Kingman shall maintain an office or
agency where the bonds may be presented for registration of transfer
(the "registrar"), and an office or agency for payment of principal
and interest (the "paying agent"). The registrar shall keep a
register of the bonds and their transfer. The City may appoint one
or more successor registrars or one or more additional paying
agents. Each paying agent shall be required to agree in writing that
the paying agent will hold in trust for the benefit of the various
owners of the bonds all money held by the paying agent for the
payment-.ofprincipal and interest on the bonds. The registrar and
paying agent may make reasonable rules and set reasonable
requirements for their respective functions with respect to the
owners of the bonds.
          The Valley National Bank of Arizona is hereby named
registrar and paying agent for the bonds. The registrar is directed
to open registration books for the purpose of registering ownership
in the bonds. The registrar's books shall be the sole and only
evidence of ownership.
          All payments of principal and interest on the bond shall be
made to The Valley National Bank of Arizona, as paying agent, who
shall cause the payments of principal and interest to be made to the
owners as shown on the books of the registar in the manner set forth
on the form of bond.
          Section 4. The bonds shall be executed by the Mayor and
attested by the Clerk by their facsimile signatures and the Finance
Director is authorized to deliver the Bonds to the Underwriter upon
payment therefor.
          A bond shall not be valid or binding until authenticated by
the manual signature of an authorized signatory of the Registrar.
Such signature shall be conclusive evidence that the bond has been
authenticated and issued under this Resolution.

          The fees and costs of the registrar and paying agent to be
paid by the City are deemed to be interest on the Bonds and shall be
collected as interest on the assessments against the land within the
District.
36G
                                                           RESOLUTION NO. 1048

          Section 5. The Bond Purchase Agreement dated this date
between the City and the Underwriter, is substantially the form
presented to this Council, is approved and the Mayor is authorized
and directed to execute the Bond Purchase Agreement with such
additions, deletions or revisions as may be appropriate and not
inconsistent with this resolution, the Mayor's execution thereof to
constitute conclusive evidence of the City's approval of any and all
changes and revisions thereof.
          Section 6. All actions taken by the City of Kingman and
its agents with respect to the Project and the issuance and sale of
the bonds are hereby ratified and confirmed.
          Section 7. Whereas, the immediate operation of the
provisions of this Resolution is necessary for the preservation of
the public peace, health and safety of the City of Kingman, Arizona,
an emergency is declared to exist and this Resolution shall be in
full force and effect from and after its passage, adoption, and
approval by the Council of the City of Kingman, and it is hereby
exempt from the referendum provisions of the constitution and laws of
the State of Arizona.
          PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this 21st day of April, 1986.
ATTEST :                                   APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                 Carol S. Anderson, Mayor
APPROVED AS TO FORM:                       REVIEWED BY:


James E. Chavez, City Attorney             Louis G. Sorensen, Manager
***   ***   ***      ***    ***      ***    ***   ***     ***    ***       ***   ***
                                   (Face of Bond)
                           UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF ARIZONA                                                COUNTY OF MOHAVE
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                 GATES AVENUE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 85-2
                                  IMPROVEMENT BOND
NO.                                                       Dollars:     $

Interest Rate:              Maturity Date:                Original Issue Date:


Registered Owner:
Principal Amount:                           Dollars
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
          That the City of Kingman, Arizona, a duly organized
municipal corporation, promises to pay as hereinafter stated to the
registered holder hereof, on the maturity date stated above, the
principal amount stated above together with interest on said sum, at
the rate stated above, payable semiannually on the first days of
January and July of each year.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 1048

          Interest will be paid by check drawn on the paying agent
and payable to the order of and mailed to the registered owner at the
address shown on the registration books maintained by the registrar
at the close of business on the 15th day of the calendar month next
preceding the interest payment date. The Principal will be paid when
due to the registered owner upon surrender of this bond for payment
at the designated office of the paying agent, which on the original
issue date is the principal corporate trust office of The Valley
National Bank of Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona.
          The Bonds maturing on or before January 1, 1990 are not
subject to call for redemption prior to maturity. Bonds maturing on
or after January 1, 1991 are subject to call for redemption prior to
maturity, in whole or in part, on January 1, 1990 or on any interest
payment date thereafter by the payment of the Redemption Price shown
below plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption.
     Redemption Date                         Redemption Price
       (inclusive)                           (percent of par)
January   1,   1990   -   July   I,   1990
January   1,   1991   -   July   1,   1991
January   1,   1992   -   July   I,   1992
January   1,   1993   -   July   1,   1993
January   1,   1994   -   July   1,   1994
January   1,   1995   -   July   1,   1995
January   1,   1996   -   July   I,   1996
and thereafter at par.
          Notice of redemption shall be mailed not less than 30 nor
more than 60 days prior to the date fixed for redemption to the
registered owners of the bonds to be redeemed at the address shown on
the books of the registrar. When so called for redemption, this bond
will cease to bear interest on.-the-datefixed-for redemptin-if on
that date sufficient funds for such redemption are on deposit at the
place of payment.
          This bond is issued in pursuance of law, and is one of a
series of bonds of like tenor and date (except as to maturity) for
the total sum of                          ($           issued for
that certain improvement in said municipality known as Kingman Gates
Avenue Improvement District No. 85-2, and is payable only out of the
special fund to be collected from special assessments imposed on the
lots, or parcels of land fronting on or benefited by said
improvement. Said special fund is set apart by law for the payment
of said bonds, and can be used for no other purpose. It is hereby
certified and declared that the improvement for which this series of
bonds is issued is authorized by law, that all the acts, conditions
and things required to be done, precedent to and in the issuing of
this series of bonds, have been done and performed in regular and due
form as required by the laws of the State of Arizona, the charter of
the City of Kingman and all ordinances and resolutions thereof, that
the special assessments out of which said bonds are to be paid are
first liens on the.property assessed, subject only to the lien for
general taxes and prior special assessments, and any bonafide
purchaser for value of this bond has the right to rely on the
recitals herein contained. For the assessment or reassessment,
collection and payment of said special assessments, the full faith
and diligence of said City are hereby irrevocably pledged.
          See the reverse side of this bond for provisions which are
a part of this bond.
          This bond shall be authenticated by an authorized manual
signature of the registrar, without which authentication this bond
shall not be valid.
          This bond is prohibited by law from being issued in coupon
or bearer form.
                                                         RESOLUTION NO. 1048

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Kingman, Arizona, has
caused this bond to be signed in its name by the facsimile signature
of its Mayor and attested by the facsimile signature of the Clerk of
said City and to be sealed with a reproduction of the corporate seal
of said City.
                                                   CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA

                                                           (facsimile)
                     ,   ,
                                      .   ,.       Mayor
ATTEST :
       (facsimile)
City Clerk
                                   (CITY SEAL)
Date of authentication and Registration:

                 REGISTRARS AUTHENTICATION CERTIFICATE
          This bond is one of the City of Kingman Gates Avenue
Improvement District No.85-2 Improvement District Bonds described
above. The registrar, acting through its duly authorized
representative, confirms that the registration books kept for and on
behalf of the City of Kingman Gates Avenue Improvement District No.
85-2 show the ownership of the above bond as being registered in the
name of the owner in the principal amount and with the maturity date
all as stated above as of the date of authentication stated above.
THE VALLEY N:ATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA
By :
       Authorized Signatory
                             (Form of Reverse of Bond)
          This bond is transferable by the registered owner in person
or by attorney duly authorized in writing at the designated office of
the registrar, which on the original issue date is the principal
corporate trust office of The Valley National Bank of Arizona, in
Phoenix, Arizona, upon surrender and cancellation of thiis bond.
Upon such transfer a new bond or bonds of the same maturity and
interest rate and in the same aggregate principal amount will be
issued to the transferee in exchange. The City has chosen the 15th
day of the month preceding an interest payment date as the record
date for this series of bonds, unless such date is a Saturday, Sunday
or holiday, in which case such date will be deemed to be the previous
business day. Should this bond be submitted to the registrar for
transfer during the period commencing after the close of business on
the record date and continuing to and including the next subsequent
interest payment date, ownership will be transferred in the normal
manner but the interest payment will be made payable to and mailed to
the registered owner as shown on the registrar's books at the close
of business on the record date.
            The registrar or paying agent may be changed without
notice.
          Bonds of this series are issuable only in fully registered
form in the denomination of $5,000 each or integral multiples of
$5,000.
          The City, the registrar and the paying agent may treat the
registered owner of this bond as the absolute owner for the purpose
of receiving principal and interest and for all other purposes and
none of them shall be affected by any notice to the contrary.
                                                       RESOLUTION N0.3 &?+
                                                                         8


          The following abbreviations, when used in the inscription
on the face of this bond, shall be construed as though they were
written out in full according to applicable laws or regulations:
TEN COM   --   as tenants in common           UNIF GIFT MIN ACT--
TEN ENT   --   as tenants by the                    Custodian
                   entireties               (Cust)            (Minor)
JT TEN    --   as joint tenants with        Under Uniform Gifts
               right f survivorship            to Minors Act
               and not as tenants in
               common                                 (State)
          Additional abbreviations may also be used, though not in
the above list.
                             (Form of Assignment)
                                 ASSIGNMENT
          FOR VALUE RECEIVED the undersigned hereby sells, assigns
and transfers
unto
                (Name and Address of Transferee)
the within bond and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably
constitutes and appoints                                                  I
attorney to transfer the within bond on the books kept for
registration thereof, with full power of substitution in the
premises.
Dated
Sianature
~uaranteed:
                                       Note: The signatures on this
Commercial bank. trust                 assianment must corres~ondwith
company or member of a                 the name(s) as written-on the
national stock exchange                face of the within registered
                                       bond in every particular without
                                       alteration or enlargement
                                       or any change whatsoever.
                                              CITY OF K I N G M A N

                                           RESOLUTION NO.             09
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                                            AO    N
                A RESOLUTION OF THE M Y R A D COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
                K I N G M A N , COUNTY OF MOHAVE, ARIZONA;   AUTHORIZING THE
                HOLDING OF THE REGULAR GENERAL ELECTION ON MAY 2 0 ,
                                                           N
                1 9 8 6 ; ESTABLISHING POLLING PLACES A D VOTING DIS-
                TRICTS; PROVIDING FOR THE RECORDATION OF THE ELEC-
                TOR'S CHOICE; APPOINTING ELECTION OFFICIALS A D      N
                                                   N             N
                FIXING THEIR COMPENSATION; A D DECLARING A EMERGENCY.

                WHEREAS, i t i s p r o v i d e d b y l a w f o r t h e h o l d i n g o f a G e n e r a l
Election;        and

                  WHEREAS, t h e Mayor h a s by p r o c l a m a t i o n c a l l e d a G e n e r a l
E l e c t i o n t o b e h e l d o n May 2 0 , 1 9 8 6 .

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE I T RESOLVED by t h e Mayor a n d C o u n c i l o f
t h e C i t y o f Kingman a s f o l l o w s :

                S e c t i o n 1.    D e s i g n a t i o n of E l e c t i o n Date

                 T h a t t h e C i t y Primary E l e c t i o n b e h e l d and conducted on
T u e s d a y , May 2 0 , 1 9 8 6 .

                S e c t i o n 2.    P o l l i n g P l a c e s and Voting Districts

                a ) F i r e S t a t i o r . N c . 1, - 3 0 1 N o r t h 5 t h S t r e e t (Downtown)
                    A l l o f downtown w i t h i n t h e s o u t h . w e s t a n d n o r t h Kinaman
                    c i t y l i m i t s t o which i s added t h a t a r e a on ~ i l l t o ~ ~ s & i h
                    o f J o h n s o n Avenue a n d w e s t o f a l i n e e x t e n d i n g s o u t h t o
                    t h e south C i t y l i m i t s from t h e i n t e r s e c t i o n of Johnson
                    Avenue w i t h t h e A.T. & S. F. r a i l w a y w e s t bound t r a c k .

                b ) F i r e S t a t i o n No. 2 , 1 6 0 5 H a r r i s o n S t r e e t ( H i l l t o p )
                    A l l o f t h a t a r e a e a s t o f S t o c k t o n H i l l Road t o Andy
                    D e v i n e (U.S. 6 6 ) b e t w e e n D e t r o i t Avenue a n d J o h n s o n
                    Avenue t o w h i c h h a s b e e n a d d e d t h e area f r o m Andy D e v i n e
                    t o t h e A.T. & S.F. r a i l w a y t r a c k s b e t w e e n A i r f i e l d
                    Avenue a n d L o u i s e c r o s s i n g .

                C)   F i r e S t a t i o n No. 3 , 3 3 4 5 H a r r i s o n S t r e e t ( C e n t e n n i a l )
                     A l l of t h e a r e a w i t h i n t h e C i t y l i m i t s w e s t of S t o c k t o n
                     H i l l Road b e t w e e n J o h n s o n Avenue o n t h e s o u t h t o a n d
                     i n c l u d i n g t h e p r o p e r t y i n t h e N o r t h e a s t Q u a r t e r Sec-
                     t i o n 1, T o w n s h i p 2 1 N o r t h , Range 1 6 West a s w e l l a s t h e
                     a r e a e a s t o f S t o c k t o n H i l l Road t o t h e A.T. & S . F . r a i l -
                     way t r a c k s f r o m D e t r o i t a n d A i r f i e l d Avenue o n t h e s o u t h
                     t o Gordon Avenue o n t h e n o r t h a l o n g w i t h t h e i r r e g u l a r
                     C i t y l i m i t s alignment i n Shangri-La E s t a t e s .

                d ) Moose L o d g e , 302 Monroe ( H u a l a p a i )
                    A l l of t h a t a r e a w i t h i n t h e C i t y l i m i t s s o u t h e a s t o f t h e
                    A.T. & S . F . r a i l w a y t r a c k s f r o m t h e l i n e e x t e n d i n g s o u t h
                    t o t h e s o u t h C i t y l i m i t s f r o m t h e i n t e r s e c t i o n of J o h n s o n
                    Avenue w i t h t h e A.T. & S.F. r a i l w a y t o t h e e a s t C i t y
                     limits.
                The p o l l s s h a l l b e o p e n o n s a i d d a t e o f G e n e r a l E l e c t i o n
f r o m 6:00    a.m. u n t i l 7:00 p.m.

                                                                                      RESOLUTION NO.           -
                Section 3.          E l e c t i o n O f f i c i a l s and t h e i r Compensation

                  The f o l l o w i n g o f f i c e r s a r e h e r e b y a p p o i n t e d t o c o n d u c t t h e
P r i m a r y E l e c t i o n on T u e s d a y , March 1 8 , 1 9 8 6 :

                                                          Voting     District
                               #1                      #2                 #3                             #4
   Inspector         Jean Conrath            S h e r r y Reed        L . Chapman             S. M e n d e n h a l l
   Judge             A l e t a Tyra          B e t t y Brock         Linda Orr               Lena S l a u g h t e r
   Judge             I. R i d e n o u r      Peggy M u l l i n       P. S h u f f l e r      K. DeShuelds
   Clerk             M. Watson               B. C h a m b e r s      E. Murphy               J o y c e Leroy
   Clerk             E i l e e n King        P a t Bartmus           Daun G r a g g          B a r b a r a Beck
   Marshall          D. B i c k l e          M.M. M i k l e t o n    S h i r l e y Urban     Geo. J e r a b e c k
                                                           RESOLUTION NO.      09
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          The compenstion of each of the officers is fixed at the sum
    33
of $ . 5 per hour for the election; provided that a minimum of $20 per
day must be paid to each such officer. If any member should fail to
appear and serve, the City Clerk shall appoint a qualified substitute.
            Section 4.    Recordation of the Elector's Choice
          Voting shall be by paper ballots. The City Clerk is hereby
authorized and directed to cause the printing of paper ballots as set
forth in Title 16, Chapter 4, Article 5, Arizona Revised Statutes, and
Title 16, Chapter 4, Article 6, Arizona Revised Statutes.
            Section 5.    Declaring an Emergency
          WHEREAS, the immediate operation of the provisions of this
resolution is necessary for the preservation of the public peace,
health and safety of the City of Kingman, an emergency is hereby
declared to exist: and this resolution shall be in full force and
effect from and after its passage, adoption and approval by the Mayor
and Council of the City of Kingman, and it is hereby exempt from the
referendum provision of the Constitution and laws of the State of
Arizona.
          PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this       day of                    , 1986.
            APPROVED this          day of                      ,    1986.
ATTEST:                                       APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                    Carol S.Anderson, Mayor
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                              RESOLUCION NRO.    1049
              RESOLUCION DEL ALCALDE Y DE LOS CONCEJALES DE
              CIUDAD DE KINGMAN, CONDADO DE MOHAVE, ARIZONA,
              AUTORIZANDO LA CELEBRACION DE ELECCIONES REGULARES
              GENERALES EL DIA 20 DE MAY0 DE 1986: ESTABLECIENDO
              LOS LUGARES PARA VOTAR Y LOS DISTRITOS ELECTORALES:
              DANDO A CONOCER LA FORMA EN QUE LOS VOTANTES DARAN
              SUS VOTOS: NOMBRANDO LOS FUNCIONARIOS ENCARGADOS DE
              LAS ELECCIONES Y FIJANDO EL SUELDO DE LOS MISMOS;
              Y DECLARANDO UNA EMERGENCIA
POR CUANTO: ha sido establecida por la ley la celebracion de elecciones
Generales y
POR CUANTO, el Alcalde por proclamation ha convocado la celebracion de
elecciones Generales para el dia 20 de Mayo de 1986.
POR TANTO HA SIDO DISPUESTO por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad
de Kingman lo siguiente:
Seccion 1:    Designacion del dia de las elecciones
              Que las elecciones Primarias de la ciudad se celebren
              el dia 20 de Mayo de 1986.
Seccion 2:    Lugares donde se puede votar y Distritos Electorales.
              Los lugares donde se puede votar estaran abiertos el dia
              senalado para las elecciones Generales desde las 6 a.m.
              hasta las 7 p.m.
Seccion 3:    Nombramiento de 10s funcionarios encarqados de las
                elecciones y el sueldo de 10s mismos:
            Por medio de la presente se nombran a 10s siguientes
funcionarios para conducir las elecciones Generales que se celebraran el
martes 20 de Mayo de 1986.
                                           Distrito Electoral
                    Nro. 1                Nro. 2          Nro. 3                 Nro. 4
      Inspector  Jean Conrath         Sherry Reed     L. Chapman                .
                                                                              S Mendenhall
                                                                                       ~  --
      Juez       Aleta Tyra                   ~-
                                      ~ e t tBrock    Linda brr               Lena Slaughter
      Juez       I. Ridenour          Peggy Mullin    P . Shuffler            K. DeShuelds
      Secretario M. Watson            B. Chambers     E. Murphy               Joyce Leroy
      Secretario Eileen King          Pat Bartmus     Daun Gragg              Barbara Beck
      Marshall   D. Bickle            M.M. Mikleton Shirley Urban             Geo. Jerabeck
      El sueldo de cada uno de estos funcionarios sera de $3.35 por hora; se
      establece que un minimo de $20.00 por dia debera ser pagado a cada uno
      de 10s funcionarios. Si alguno de ellos no comparece a desempenar su
      trabajo, el Secretaria Municipal nombrara un sustituto calificado.
      Seccion 4:      Forma en que 10s votantes daran su voto:
      La votacion se hara por medio de boletas. El Secretaria Municipal por
      medio de la presente, queda autorizado para ordenar la impresion de las
      boletas de acuerdo con la forma fijada en el Titulo 16, Capitulo 5,
      Articulo 2 y el Titulo 16, Capitulo 7, Articulo 8 de 10s Estatutos
      Revisados del Estado de Arizona.
      Seccion 5:      Declarando una emergencia
      POR CUANTO, la inmediata aplicacion de las provisiones de esta
      resolution son necesarias para el mantenimiento de la paz publica y para
      el bienestar de la ciudad de Kingman, por medio de la presente se
      declara que existe una emergencia; que esta Resolution sera cumplida y
      se mantendra en vigor desde el momento y despues de su aprobacion,
      adopcion y autorizacion, por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad de
      Kingrnan quedando exempta de las normas de referendum establecidas por la
      Constitution y las leyes del Estado de Arizona.
      PASADA Y ADOPTADA por el Alcalde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad de
      Kingman, Arizona, el dia - de                 de 1986.
      CERTIFICO:


      Secretaria Municipal
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                      S                             R                           V
                       CIUDAD DE KINGMAN, CONDADO DE MOHAVE, ARIZONA,
              AW3
              -t f                  h-EZ*INS
                                   -Ae3E-OE                    -REGULARES                  -
                       GENERALES EL DIA 20 DE MAY0 DE 1986: ESTABLECIENDO
                       LOS LUGARES PARA VOTAR Y LOS DISTRITOS ELECTORALES:
                      ,DANDO A CONOCER LA FORMA EN QUE LOS VOTANTES DRRAN
                       $US VOTOS: NOMBRANDO LOS FUNCIONARIOS ENCARGADOS DE
                       LASUZLECCIONES Y FIJANDO EL SUELDO DE LOS,NISMOS;
                       Y DECIARANDO UNA EMERGENCIA            /
      POR CUANTO: ha sido est~blecidapor la ley la celebracion de elecciones
      Generales y
      POR CUANTO, el Alcalde por pihqlamacion ha convocado la celebracion de
      elecciones Generales para el dik.20 de Mayo de 1986.
                                                \
      POR TANTO HA SIDO DISPUESTO por el A'lc,alde y 10s Concejales de la ciudad
      de Kingman lo siguiente:
                                         ,-
                                        ,,

       Section 1:     Desiqnacion del-dia de las elecciones
                                                                    ,
                      Que las elecciones Primarias de la ciudad se celebren
                      el dia 20 de Mayo de 1986.
                              '

       Seccion 2:     Lugares donde se puede votar            y   Distritos ~lectorales.
                      Los lugares donde se puede votar estaran abiertos el dia
                      senalado para las elecciones Generales desde las 6 a.m.
                      hasta las 7 p.m.
       Se=cion 3:      Nombramiento de 10s funcionarios encargados de las
                         elecciones y el sueldo de 10s mismos:

                  Por medio de la presente se nombran a 10s siguientes
                                                                             ei
                                                                     -I.-~~S~-,
       funciOnari~spara conduci,-l i s eleccjont.s-Ge112rales quo se
                          RESOLUTION NO. 1050
               A RESOLUTION APPROVING ASSESSMENT DIAGRAM
               FOR KAREN AVENUE IMPROVEWEWT DISTRICT NO.
               85-3, CITY OF KINGWAN, ARIZONA.

BE IT RESOLVED BY TEE COMMON COUNCIL OF TEJ3 CITY OF KINGMAN, COUNTY
OF HOHAVE, STATE OF ARIZONA:
     Section 1:     That the duplicate diagrams of the property
contained within the Karen Avenue Improvement District No. 85-?
prepared by the City Engineer pursuant to Section 48-589, Arizona
Revised Statutes, be, and the same are hereby approved as the
official duplicate diagrams of said assessment district.
     Section 2:     That the City Clerk shall certify that the
duplicate diagrams have been approved, together with the date
thereof, and shall deliver same to the Superintendent of Streets to
be used by him pursuant to the provisions of Section 48-589,
Arizona Revised Statutes.
     Section 3:     That this resolution shall be in full force and
effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this        day of                      I    9.
                                                               1-
           I

ATTEST :                                 APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk              Carol S Anderson, Mayor
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                   I I,       JACKSON     1     ,     , , ST     ,   I
                               CITY OF KINGMAN
                           RESOLUTION NO.    01
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          A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; REQUESTING THE MOHAVE
          COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO HOLD THE 10 ACRES
          ADJACENT TO VETERANS CENTENNIAL RECREATION COM-
          PLEX IN PERPETUITY FOR FUTURE EXPANSION OF THE
          PARK COMPLEX.
WHEREAS, both the CITY OF KINGMAN and the COUNTY OF MOHAVE agree that
quality parks and an adequate recreation program are essential to the
health, happiness and general welfare of a community; and
WHEREAS, MOHAVE COUNTY deeded to the CITY on August 15, 1977, 31 acres
of undeveloped property to be used for recreational purposes; and
WHEREAS, citizens of the CITY OF KINGMAN on October 28, 1980, for the
purpose of developing the 31 acres, approved a 1.8 million dollar bond
issue; and
WHEREAS, the CITY OF KINGMAN has developed and operated for the
citizens of Kingman and Mohave County a 31-acre recreational complex
since July, 1982, known as Veterans Centennial Recreation Complex; and
WHEREAS, the City's Parks & Recreation Commission along with the City
Council have determined that the additional ten acres north of
Centennial Park would be suitable for park purposes;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
the CITY OF KINGMAN request the MOHAVE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS to
hold this land in perpetuity with the intent of providing additional
acreage for expansion of Veterans Centennial Recreation Complex, not
to be disposed of to private capital at any time.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this /4& day of
                                       L,U
                                                        lgE6.
ATTEST:                               APPROVED :


              I                          /c)l;%,~&,     g!.'rCC
Dorothy ~elrn*,   City Clerk             Richard Clark Morrel1,Vice-Mayor
                                          CITY OF K I N G M A N
                                       RESOLUTION NO. 1052


                A RESOLUTION BY T E E MAYOR AWD COMMON COUNCIL OP
                T E E C I T Y OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:          VACATING ALENE
                STREET WHERE I T ABUTS UYTS 9 TEROUGH 17 OP
                BLOCK 112 AND LOTS 23 THROUGH 3 1 OP BLQCK 110
                OP TEE GOLDEN GATE ADDITION I N THE C I T Y OP
            .   KINGWAN, AND RESERVING AN EASEMENT TO THE C I T Y
                OF KINGMAN FOR P U B L I C U T I L I T I E S .

WHEReAS, M r . Darwin H . T h u r s t o n , a s a g e n t f o r C i t i z e n s U t i l i t i e s
Company, h a s p r o p o s e d t h e abandonment o f A l e n e S t r e e t w h e r e i t
a b u t s l o t s 9 t h r o u g h 1 7 o f b l o c k 1 1 2 a n d l o t s 23 t h r o u g h 3 1 o f
Block 110 o f t h e Golden G a t e A d d i t i o n i n t h e C i t y o f Kingman ( a s
p e r a t t a c h e d m a p ) , i n f r o n t of C i t i z e n s U t i l i t i e s i n o r d e r t o
p r a v i d e a more o r d e r l y t r a f f i c p a t t e r n f o r t h e i r c u s t o m e r s a n d
p o s s i b l e e x p a n s i o n of t h e i r e x i s t i n g b u i l d i n g ; a n d

WBERBAS, t h i s r e q u e s t was r e v i e w e d by t h e Kingman P l a n n i n g a n d
Zoning Commission on 1 4 Kay, 1 9 8 6 ; a n d                       ..

WEEREAS, t h e Common C o u n c i l h a s t h e a u t h o r i t y t o v a c a t e s t r e e t s
and r e s e r v e a p u b l i c u t i l i t i e s r i g h t o f way p u r s u a n t t o A.R.S.
528-1901 e t . s e g . ; a n d

WHEREAS, t h e v a c a t i o n of t h i s p o r t i o n of A l e n e S t r e e t w i l l l e a v e
t h e r e m a i n i n g p r o p e r t i e s on A l e n e S t r e e t w i t h a c c e s s t o p u b l i c
r i g h t of way a n d a n e a s e m e n t w i l l b e r e t a i n e d by t h e C i t y o f
Kingman w i t h i n t h e v a c a t e d p o r t i o n o f A l e n e S t r e e t f o r p u b l i c
utilities.

NOW TEEREPORE, B E I T RESOLVED by t h e Mayor and Common C o u n c i l o f
t h e C i t y o f Kingman, A r i z o n a , t h a t A l e n e S t r e e t a b u t t i n g l o t s 9
t h r o u g h 17 o f b l o c k 112 of t h e Golden G a t e A d d i t i o n and a b u t t i n g
l o t s 23 t h r o u g h 3 1 of B l o c k 1 1 0 o f t h e G o l d e n G a t e A d d i t i o n i n t h e
C i t y o f Kingman, i s h e r e b y v a c a t e d .              The C o u n c i l r e s e r v e s a s
p u b l i c r i g h t of way f o r p u b l i c u t i l i t i e s a n e a s e m e n t i n t h a t
portion vacated.                  The e a s e m e n t r e t a i n e d s h a l l i n c l u d e t h e r i g h t t o
c o n s t r u c t , m a i n t a i n and r e p a i r p u b l i c u t i l i t i e s .

PASSED AND ADOPTED by t h e Mayor a n d Common C o u n c i l o f t h e CITY OF
K I N G M A N , A r i z o n a t h i s 1 9 t h d a y o f May, 1986.

ATTEST :                                                APPROVED :
                                                                                          -   7




D o r o t h y Helmer, @hty C l e r k                    R ~ c h a r dC l a r k M o r r e l l , vice-Mayor
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.    03
                                           15
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
           OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; RELATED TO
           A REQUEST FOR FHWA 402 FUNDS, TO BE USED FOR
           STREET NAME SIGNS, WARNING SIGNS, CITY LIMIT
           SIGNS, AND RELATED TRAFFIC SAFETY MATERIAL.
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman Community Development staff has put
together an application for FHWA 402 funds for the purpose of
upgrading the street name signs along Louise Avenue, Hualapai Mountain
Road, Harrison Street, Stockton Hill Road, Airway Avenue and Gordon
Drive; and
WHEREAS, the purpose of upgrading of these street signs is to provide
to the public and emergency vehicles better visibility of street
names; and
WHEREAS, said application also includes the request for certain
traffic warning signs, city limit signs, breakaway sign posts, an
arrowboard, lighted barricades, traffic cones, delineators, cross walk
reflective tape and certain equipment for the installation of sign
posts; and
WHEREAS, the purpose of these items is to improve the traffic safety
along city streets both under normal operating conditions and during
emergency or repair situations; and
WHEREAS, it is recognized that if the City of Kingman is awarded these
funds, it is understood that the City shall be responsible for the
purchase and installation of said signs, and upon completion will be
reimbursed for the cost through the FHWA 402 funding program.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOVLED, that the Mayor and Common Council
hereby authorizes the staff to submit the application for funding, and
further authorizes the Mayor to sign any intergovernmental or
contractual agreements with the Arizona Department of Transportation
and/or Governor's office of Highway Safety related to this
application/request for FHWA 402 funds.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 2nd day of June, 1986.
ATTEST :                             APPROVED :

                  I
 d             k..,, i1m P,                                  <
Dorothy Hel#er,, City Clerk                d Wienke, Mayor
                              CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.   1054
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
            OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; RELATING TO
            CUSTODIANS FOR THE CITY OF KINGMAN'S SAFE
            DEPOSIT BOX AT THE VALLEY NATIONAL BANK,
            KINGMAN BRANCH; AND AUTHORIZING SIGNATURES FOR
            THE CITY'S BANK ACCOUNTS AT TYHE LOCAL BANKS;
            AND DELETING RESOLUTION NO 933.
WHEREAS, after the 1986 City election, new custodians for the City's
safe deposit box and new signators for the City's bank accounts are
needed :

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
1.     that Resolution No. 933 is hereby deleted in its entirety;
2.a) that Louis G. Sorensen, City Manager; Dorothy Helmer, City
     Treasurer; Robert J. DePoy, City Finance Director; and
     Jerald D. Wienke, Mayor of the City of Kingman, are hereby
     appointed as custodians of the City of Kingman Safe Deposit
     Box at the Valley National Bank, Kingman branch;
     b) that the signatures of at least two of the Custodians will be
        required to have access to the box, to remove and add to the
        contents, and to surrender the box and release the Bank of
        all liability;
3.a) that Dorothy Helmer, City Treasurer; Jerald D. Wienke, Mayor;
     Richard Clark Morrell and Ruth Brockmiller, Council members, are
     hereby appointed as signators for the City of Kingman's bank
     accounts in accordance with A.R.S. 35-325.03;
     b) that the signatures of at least two of the signators will be
        required on all checks written on the City of Kingman's bank
        accounts.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 2nd day of    June , 1986.
ATTEST :                                   APPROVED :



Dorothy kelmer, City Clerk
                                    CITY OF KINGMAN
                                  RESOLUTION NO. 1055
37s             A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
                OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: ACCEPTING
                AND APPROVING ENTERING INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH
                KINGMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4
                AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO SIGN THE AGREEMENT.
WHEREAS, it is deemed beneficial for both the CITY OF KINGMAN and the
SCHOOL DISTRICT to formalize the arrangements for the use of school
facilities for City recreation purposes;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, that the CITY OF KINGMAN and the
KINGMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 enter into this Agreement,
attached hereto as Exhibit A.
                                      (EXHIBIT A)
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 16th day of        June        , 1986.
ATTEST :                                  APPROVED :

.dLL/,+tij-ll       KLi/T/J,,b/
Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk


                                      AGREEMENT
     This Agreement, entered into in triplicate, this       day
of         , 1986, by and between the CITY OF KINGMAN, a municipal
corporation, hereinafter referred to as "CITY" and KINGMAN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4, a political subdivision of the State of
Arizona, hereinafter referred to as "ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:
R E C I T A L S :
     1. WHEREAS, CITY, by and through its Parks and Recreation
Department, is desirous of locating and using gymnasiums, athletic
fields, shower rooms and restrooms;
     2. WHEREAS, ELEMENTARY SHCOOL has such facilities and is willing
to permit the CITY to use such facilities;
     3. WHEREAS, the CITY and ELEMENTARY SCHOOL have authority to
enter into this Intergovernmental Agreement pursuant to A.R.S. 11-951
through 11-954.
C O V E N A N T S
The parties hereunto mutually covenant and agree as follows:
       I.   Term.  The term of this Agreement shall be from July 1, 1986,
            through June, 1987.
      11.   CITY use of ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. CITY may use ELEMENTARY
            SCHOOL buildings and facilities according to the following
            schedule:
            A.     Palo Christi Elementary School
                   1.   Gymnasium (new gymnasium) and restrooms
                        Basketball - September through April
                        6 PM to 10 PM - Monday through Friday

                        Volleyball - September through March
                        6 PM to 10 PM - twice per week
                        Art in Arizona Towns   -   periodic
                                               RESOLUTION NO. 1055/contad
       B.   Kingman Junior High school
                                                                 379
            1.   Gymnasium, shower rooms and restrooms
                 Basketball, November through March (16 weeks)
                 6 PM to 11 PM - Monday through Thursday
                 Youth basketball - November through March
                 8 AM to 5 PM - Saturday only
            2.   Softball fields and restrooms
                 June through August - 5 PM to 8 PM
                 Monday through Saturday
            3.   Track and restrooms
                 Year-round
                 8 AM to 8 PM   -   Saturdays only
       C.   Hualapai   Elementary School
            1.   Gymnasium and restrooms
                 Basketball - November through March
                 6 PM to 10 PM - Monday through Thursday
                 Youth basketball - Open Gym
                 September through March - 8 AM to 5 PM
                 Saturdays only
            2.   Softball fields and restrooms
                 June through August - 8 AM to 8 PM
                 Monday through Saturday
       D.   Modification in schedule and use of facilities is
            permissible upon written approval of parties.
111.   Consideration. In consideration of the mutual covenants
       contained herein:
       A.   CITY shall waive garbage collection fee of $13,420.00 and
            provide garbage containers and garbage collection at the
            ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
       B.   ELEMENTARY SCHOOL shall permit CITY to use the buildings
            and facilities without charge pursuant to the schedule in
            Paragraph I1 above.
 IV.   Additional promises.
       A.   CITY agrees:
            1.   that it will provide adequate supervision of all
                 programs at ELEMENTARY SCHOOL when used by CITY.
            2.   to assume responsibility for damage to ELEMENTARY
                 SCHOOL facilities while being used by CITY.
            3.   to obtain clearance from ELEMENTARY SCHOOL for
                 scheduling activites.
            4.   ELEMENTARY SCHOOL events take priority over CITY
                 recreational use.
            5.   to abide by rules and regulations promulgated by
                 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
            6.   that parking areas in Wia Manua Park may be used
                 by school functions when no park programs are in
                 progress.
            7.   when school is in session, parking be reserved for
                 teachers and that bus lanes be left open.
                                                                 RESOLUTION NO. 1055/cont0d
380
             B.     ELEMENTARY SCHOOL agrees:
                     1.   to assume full responsibility for security of
                          facililties
                     2.   to pay utility bills and maintain the facilities.
                     3.   that the school's parking lot at the Junior High
                          School may be used by park patrons when no school
                          programs are in progress.
        V.   Termination: Either party may terminate this Agreement by
             giving notice of intent to terminate in writing to the other
             party thirty (30) days prior to the effective termination
             date.
       VI.   Notices. All notices required by the provision of this
             Agreement shall be in writing and either hand delivered or
             sent by U. S. Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, to
             the following addresses:
             A.      Dare1 Fruhwirth
                     Parks & Recreation Director
                     310 North Fourth Street
                     Kingman, AZ 86401
                     Phone:        757-7919
               B.   Patrick K. Carlin
                    Xingman Elementary School District #4 Superintendent
                    3033 MacDonald Avenue
                    Kingman, AZ 86401
                    Phone:     753-5678
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have set their hands the date
aforementioned.
ATTEST :                                                  CITY OF KINGMAN
                          ,

                                                            NGMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                                                          DISTRICT NO. 4

                                                      .    - .
                                                          Board of Trustees, Clerk
 ***     ***        ***      ***      ***     ***   ***     ***      ***   ***   ***   ***
                           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                               RESOLUTION N0.1056

            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
            DECLARING   THE    DOCUMENTS    ENTITLED    "UNIFORM
            STANDARD   SPECIFICATIONS     FOR    PUBLIC    WORKS
            CONSTRUCTION    and mUNIFOR13 -
                                          S         DETAILS FOR
            PUBLIC   WORKS    CONSTRUCTIONm    TO   BE    PUBLIC
            DOCUHENTS  .
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, as follows:

SBCTION 1.     The     document   entitled     'UNIFORM     STANDARD
SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION'         sponsored and
distributed by the Maricopa Association of Governments, updated
through 1985 and revised for use in the City of Xingman, three ( 3 )
copies of which are on file with the City Clerk, is hereby declared
to be a public record.

SECTION 2.     The document entitled "UNIFORM STANDARD DETAILS FOR
PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTIONg sponsored and distributed by the
Maricopa Association of Governments, updated through 1985 and
revised for use in the City of Kingman, three ( 3 ) copies of which
are on file with the City Clerk, is hereby declared to be a public
record.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this  7th    day of    July            , 1986.



ATTEST :                                          r
                                                  JE   LD D. WIENKE, Mayor


DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
C22 62786




 Thefollwing additions, deletions, and/or mdifications are made to the
UNIFORM SEN%RD SPECIFICATICRJS FOR FUElJC WaRXS -  O
                                                   N            sponsored and
distributed by the MARICOPA ASSOCUTION OF -   ,           as applicable to pblic
                     n
works constructions i the ClTY OF X I M X W , Arizona, and for water and sewerage
projects located with the City's Water and Sewerage System service Area.
 SxmcN 105.8     (page #25
       aso        to city of         Specification No. 400 - Surveyins.

        0
       40
       City of Kingman Specification No. 400   - Surveying is added.
 SECl'IU&Les    (page #125)
      Sections 405.1 through 485.5 are deleted; refer to City of K n
                                                                  i-
                       -
 Specification No. 400 Surveying.
Addendm t o Resolution No. 1056           -- cantinued
 &&
Sk       610.10 SEXXM>P ARACaAPB (page #200)
      When plans call f o r connections from a new water main to an existing water
meter,       the work s h a l l include new qalvanize steel pipe o r polyethylene pipe and
f i t t i n g s except a s folltms: ( s u b s t i t u t e s "new galvanize s t e e l pipe" f o r "new
cclpper pipe" 1.

SECI'IQJ 631.1 SBOON, PAR?GRWH (page #233)
     All water service connections s h a l l be constru+d of u l t r a high molecular
weight polyethyene pipe of ncminal iron p i p outside diameter. (deletes
"Type K copper tubing or" )

SBCI?CN 631.2      F3RSl! PARPrtaAPA (page #233)
     Polyethylene p i p s h a l l conform w i t h Section 755.          (deletes "copper pipe,
tubing and f i t t i n g s s h a l l conform w i t h Section 754")

SKTIW 631.3.5     FIRSr PANKZWH (page #234)
     b e inch and 3/4 inch service taps t o new meter mains rnay be made with a
saddle. (deletes "tapped coupling o r direct t a p i n accordance w i t h t h e
follcwing provisions:" )

w ( 3 N 745 IN ITS              (pages 299,300
     WC Sewer Pipe and F i t t i n g s a r e not allcwed i n the municipal sewer system
of the City of Kingman. Therefore this section s h a l l not be applicable.

- N
C       751, Ah' 'ADDITION
     S;xcification 751 covering t h e use of P C water p i p i s added.
                                              V                                         See
Spec. 751 f o r ccmplete description.

                                     SECI'XN 751
                             R m Y CBUIUlE (PVC) wmm PIPE
                              x w L
751.1     m:
     Polyvinyl chloride (WC) p l a s t i c pipe s h a l l not be used i n water l i n e
canstruction larger than four (4 ) inches i n d a e e .
                                                   imtr
751.2     w:
         All polyvinyl chloride (WC) p l a s t i c pipe and f i t t i n g s s h a l l met t h e
requirements as set f o r t h in Camercial Standard CS 256-63 (AS'PI D-2241) latest
revision, except a s may be herein modified. Pipe and f i t t i n g s s h a l l be made
f r a r clean, virgin material conforming t o ASlM r e s i n specifications D-1784-60T,
l a t e s t revision f o r WC 1120 and WC 1220.

        All p l a s t i c p i p used must met the requirements of the National Sanita-
t i o n Foundation and carry t h e NSF sea: of approval f o r potable drinking water.

        A l l pipe shall be pressure rated f o r 160 psi a t 23 degrees Celsius (73.4
degrees Fahrenheit) operating standard dimension r a t i o SDR 26 except t h a t any
pipe proposed to be threaded s h a l l be Class T. The threading of Class T p i p
i n s i z e s l a r g e r than 3-inch w i l l not be acceptable.

751.3     :
          -
     Certification by the m u f a c t u r e r of a l l t e s t s required under CS 256-63,
latest r w i s i o n , a s hereinafter m d e d w i l l be required.
     All tests w i l l be perfonrexi i n the United S t a t e s a t the manufacturer's
plant, a t t h e i n p o r t e r ' s plant, o r a t an approved t e s t i n g laboratory.

        All pipe s h a l l be standard 20-foot lengths and s h a l l have a belled end
furnished either as an i n t e g r a l part of t h e pipe o r a s a double bell coupling.
Be11 ends cemented to one end of the p i p a t t h e factory w i l l not be cansidered
a s an i n t e g r a l part of t h e pipe under these specification. Forty-foot lengths
w i l l be pezmitted f o r double belled couplings.

        Special f i t t i n g s required a t t r a n s i t i o n s and connections to other types
and classes of pipe w i l l be furnished in accordance w i t h the manufacturer's
recamendations.

     P i p lubricant furnished under this section s h a l l be nontoxic and in
accordance wiGth the manufacturer ' s r e m m w d a t i o n s    .
     A l l pipe furnished under this section shall. include the follcwing l i s t e d
markings a t i n t e r v a l s of not mre than f i v e ( 5 ; f e e t :

         (1) Naninal Fipe Size
         ( 2 ) Type of P l a s t i c Material (ie, WC 1120)
Mdendm t o Resolution No. 1056          -- continued
        ( 3 ) fie standard thermoplastic pipe dimension r a t i o (or C l a s s T,
              whichever is applicable) or the pressure rating in psi f o r water a t
              23 degrees Celsius.
        ( 4 ) The -cia1      Standard Designation CS 256-63 with which the p i p
              ccmplies.
        ( 5 ) Tne manufacturer ' s name ( o r trade mark ) and code.
        (6) We seal of a p p r m l (NSF mark) of the National Sanitation
              Foundation.
751.4 WlCAVA!I'IQJ AM) PREpAWflTQJ QP w:
     A l l trenches shall ccmply with the requiranents for trench excavation,
backfilling and oanpaction, of these standard specif icatians.

751- 5 PNWMWFI(H OF IREN(B B(ITPI]M:
      Whenever s o i l conditions w i l l permit, the pipe shall be laid directly on
the trench bottan which has been shaped to provide continuous contact with the
pipe. Whenever boulders, rocks or ledge rock are encountered, the trench w i l l
be excavated a s heretofore specified and the trench bottan backfilled and
canpacted with select material.

751.6      J-
            O        W PIPE:
       Such assembly w i l l be rnade in accordance with the manufacturer's recan-
m d a t i o n s . Each length of pipe and f i t t i n g s h a l l be thoroughly cleaned and
inspected prior to jointing.

     All couplings w i l l be made by use of predetennind stop marks and upan the
canpletion of the assenbly the ends of the pipe within the coupling shall b e
separated a t l e a s t onefourth-inch to allad for m i o n and contraction.

        No solvent welded f i t t i n g s s h a l l be used i n conjunction with WC pipe.

     When pipe laying is not in progress, the open ends of the pipe s h a l l be
closed by a suitable plug o r cap t o p r m t the entrance of trench water,
insects, rodents or other mall animals, and other foreign m t f f i a l s .

751.7   aSWECPI(3NS TD                  ANl OISlSl PIP% V :
      All ccmnectians between polyvinyl chloride (WC) plastic pipe and
asbestos-t,       cast iron, steel and other pipe materials shall be made in
accordance with the manufacturer's r e a n n e d a t i o n s using special adapters made
for the type of connection involved.

751.8     KXRG PIPE IN       w:
        The pipe s h a l l be ladered i n t o the trench using care to ensure that each
section of the pipe is properly bedded upon the bottan of the trench. Each
be11 coMection s h a l l be inspected a f t e r the pipe has been placed i n the bottan
of t h e trench to ensure t h a t displacement has not occurred during t h i s
operation.
        Concrete reaction o r thrust blocks s h a l l be installed, in acmrdance with
the manufacturer's recarmencia~ans, a t a l l bends, tees and where changes i n
pipe diameter occur a t reducers, i n f i t t i n g s and deadends. The configuration
of the concrete thrust blocking w i l l be in accordance with the standard
details. Size of the thrust blocking w i l l             depending upon pipe size and
s o i l conditians, but in no e w n t w i l l bearing area of the thrust blocks be less
than sham in the standard d e t a i l s and a s specified in FGWA Specification
C-691, Section 12.3, l a t e s t revision. Pipe s h a l l not be l a i d in water, on
frozen trench bottan, o r when, in the opinion of the c i t y engineer, trench
conditions a r e unsuitable for such work.
 751.9  WdXFUL = RC    TO PRESSaRE AN) IXWlGE 1 s s
                                                  Er:
      Backfill operations s h a l l canence imnediately follming the placing of
 the pipe in the trench bottan, and the carpletion of the necessary connections.
      Selected backfill material, approved by the c i t y engineer, not frozen and
 free £ran rocks, large stones, boulders, and other unsuitable material, s h a l l
 be deposited uniformly along both sides of the pipe for the f u l l width of the
 trench. This backfill material s h a l l be placed and canpacted i n accordance
 with these specifications.

 751.10     ~AN)IEfWKZ1ESTS:
         A pressure and leakage t e s t s h a l l be made by the contractor as required by
 these specifications.

      All defects revealed by these t e s t s shall be correct& and/or repaired by
 the contractor prior t o the continuation of backfill.
Pddendur~t o Resolution Eio. 1056        -- continued
751.U             AFlW              AM) LWWGE T S T S :
     Backfill s h a l l conform to the s p e c i f i c a t i o n s f o r trench excavation,
backfilling and canpaction of these standard specifications.




The following additions, deletions, and/or d f i c a t i o n s are made t o the
UhTI1;TIRM SllANaARD DE37UIS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRWIa sponsored and distri-
buted by t h e hWU03PA ASSOCIATION OF                a s applicable t o public works
                                                   M
constructions i n t h e CITY OF KIKNAN, A ~ ~ Z O and~f o r water and s w e r a g e
projects located with t h e C i t y ' s Water and Sewerage System Service Area.

       K). 301
    Wording between Hub-End Gate Valve d e t a i l and Water Gate Valve d e t a i l is
modified t o read: C I S S C CClNGEW QR CCMPAClWl A.B.C. AS P R SECTION 725 FOWM
                                                               E
ASREQUIREDTOKEEPcKmROFJom.

I l l m. 310
 ERL
    T i t l e Block t o read: C S IRON OR DXAMOND PIATE STEEL N
                               AT                             R METER BOX
                                                               m
aWER NO. 1.

mr .
 rm    m. 311
    T i t l e Block to read: C S IRON OF7 DIAMOND PIATE STEEL NRTER M IE BOX
                              AT                                     E! R
aWER NO. 2.

I l l X. 312
 ERL
    Title Block t o read:         CASP IRON OR DIAMOND        PIATE STEEL m T E R METE27 BOX
aWER NO. 3.

       ND. 313
CIEIZLIL
      Title Block t o read:       CAST   lRON OF7   DIAMOM)   PIATE STEEL WATER MEIER BOM
COVER NO. 4.

       .
DEZKU M 314
      T i t l e Block t o read:   C S IRCN QR D I l M F D PLATE STEEL WATER METER BOX
                                   AT
Covm NO.    5.

DEWIL  m. 345 1    -
      Delete reference t o copper, w            e copper to galvahize steel

DEQCU ND. 345      - -
                    1 C.K.
     Detail No. 345 - 1 City of ? t i q m m is added specifying t h e d e t a i l f o r
water service i n s t a l l a t i o r , f o r 3/4 i c meter connection.
                                                   nh
JEAlL K). 346
         Note No. 1 i s changed t o read: F i r e l i n e f ran City & to property line
s h a l l be constructed of d u c t i l e i r o n pipe. (replaces cast i r o n p i p with
ductile iron p i p )

E%WiIL K). 360
     The KAG Standard Detail No. 36C is deleted and is replaced by City of
Kingman Detail No. 360 FIRE H Y D W I h l W T I O N .
                                    C I T Y O F K I N G W , ARIZONA

                                       RESOLU'HON NO.         07
                                                             15
                   A RESOLUTION O F T E E MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
                   ELECTING TO PROVIDE REGULAR F I R E DEPARTME2dT
                   S E R V I C E S TO TEIE AREA ANNEXED BY ORDINANCE NO.
                   5 9 8 BEING KNOWN A S T E E STOCKTON H I L L CORRIDOR.

BE I T RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council as follows:

SECTION 1.     On January 2 0 , 1986, the City annexed, pursuant to
Ordinance No. 598, the area described as follows:
                   B l o c k s P, Q, R and S of L a k e H o h a v e C o u n t r y C l u b
                   E s t a t e s , U n i t 1 3 a n d S e c t i o n 36, T o w n s h i p 22
                   N o r t h , R a n g e 1 7 W e s t , G i l a and S a l t R i v e r Base
                   a n d M e r i d i a n , contiguous t o t h e c i t y l i m i t s a s
                   it e x i s t e d on J a n u a r y 2 0 , 1 9 8 5 , and as f u r t h e r
                   described on t h e attached E x h i b i t "A".

S E C T I O N 2.
               The City hereby elects, pursuant to A.R.S.S48-813A
to provide regular Fire Department services to the annexed area.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Conpon Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this   /-.'-I- day of     ,            , 1986.
                                                              ,f
                                                             ,,

ATTEST:
          ,--   ,hl,L   <L   TZA
                               /    .- r
                                   7 L(-;a
Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                                    J e r y d Wienke, Mayor


                                           EXHIBIT "A"




                                                                               -..
                                     ANNEXED 3-                    .-   .
                                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                                        RESOLUTION NO.      1058

                      A RESOLUTION BY THE COHWON COUNCIL OF THE
                      CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: RELATING TO THE
                      ACQUISITION OF WELL SITES FROM TEE ARIZONA
                      STATE LAND DEPARTMENT.

WHEREAS, the need for additional well sites for the future expansion
of the City of Kingman Municipal Water Compnay has been identified
by Mr. N.J.Devlin, P.E., through his analysis of the City's water
quality issue in conjunction with the expansion of the water system
to meet the demand of future growth, and

WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, through the services of Mr. N.J.
Devlin, has determined that in the foreseeable relatively short term
future it is clear that tha major portion of water supplies for the
City of Kingman Municipal Water System will have to be from wells
drilled in the Airport Basin, and

WHEREAS, it is the recommendation that it would be in the                        City's
best interest to acquire at least four sites as potential                        future
well sites in the Airport Basin, said sites being located                        in
Sections 16 and 20, Township 22 North, Range 16 West, G.&                        S.R.B.&
M., Mohave County, Arizona, and

WHEREAS, the identification and recommendation of the proposed well
sites is based on the research of the well field in the Airport
Basin, and

WHEREAS, the legal description of the four proposed well sites along
with required pipeline and ingress/egress corridors are described as
parcels 1 through 7 as attached hereto and made a part hereof, and

WHEREAS, the properties described as parcels 1 through 7 are
properties owned by the Arizona State Land Department.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Kingman Common Council
endorses the acquisition of the four proposed well sites and the
three associated pipeline and ingress/egress corridors as described
by legal description as Parcels 1 through 7 as attached hereto; and
hereby authorizes the City Staff to pursue the acquisition through
the State Land Department through the proper application format, and
further authorizes the Mayor to sign on behalf of the Common Council
the required application form.

PASSED AND ADOPTED, by the Common Council of the City of Kingman,
Arizona, this   16th day of June, 1986.
ATTEST :                                                 APPROVED :
                          /
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                      ,
                      L       ,I,-,:,   /-                C&,&&&PL he=dK
Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk                                   I d Wienke, Mayor


APPROVED AS TO FORM:


James Chavez, City Attorney
                                                                           ~ e s o l u t i o nN o .   1058
                                                                                                        385
                                                                         WELL, SITE 1986-1
                                        E?
                                       L G & DESCRIPTION
                                        ( P a r c e l No. 1)

          A P a r c e l containing 5.01 Acres, more o r less, being a part o f
t h e Northwest Quarter of S e c t i o n 20, Tnwnship 22 North, Range 16
West, G. & S. R. M., Mohave County, Arizona, s a i d P a r c e l being mre
p a r t i c u l a r l y described as f o l l c w s :

          Beginning a t t h e Northwest Corner of s a i d Section 20; Tfience
E a s t e r l y , along t h e North Boundary o f s a i d Section 20, a d i s t a n c e of
467.0 F e e t ; Thence Southerly, P a r a l l e l to t h e W e s t Boundaq of s a i d
S e c t i o n 20, a distance of 467.0 F e e t ; Thence Westerly, P a r a l l e l t o
the North Boundary o f s a i d S e c t i o n 20, a distance of 467.0 F e e t t o a
p i n t on s a i d West Boundary; Thence Northerly along s a i d West
Boundary, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0 F e e t t o t h e P o i n t of Beginning.


                                                                         WFLL SITE 1986-2
                                       LEGAt DESCRIPTION
                                        ( P a r c e l No. 2 )

          A P a r c e l c o n t a i n i n g 5.01 Acres, more o r less, being a part of
t h e Northeast Qatr       e
                          ur            of S e c t i o n 20, Tbmship 22 North, Range 16
West, G. & S. R. M., Mohave County, Arizona, s a i d P a r c e l being mre
p a r t i c u l a r l y described as f o l l c w s :

          Beginning a t the North Quarter Corner of s a i d Section 20;
Thence E a s t e r l y , along t h e North Boundary of s a i d S e c t i o n 20, a
d i s t a n c e of 467.0 F e e t ; Thence S o u t h e r l y , P a r a l l e l to t h e North -
South Center S e c t i o n Line of s a i d S e c t i o n 20, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0
Feet; Thence Westerly, P a r a l l e l to s a i d North Boundary, a distance
o f 467.0 F e e t t o a pint on s a i d North             -  South Center Section Line;
Thence Northerly, along s a i d North              - South Center S e c t i o n Line, a
distance of 467.0 F e e t t o t h e P o i n t of Beginning.

                                                                          W L SITE 1986-3
                                                                           EL
                                       LEGAL D ~ P T I O N
                                        ( P a r c e l No. 3 )

          A P a r c e l c o n t a i n i n g 5.01 Acres, more o r less, being a part of
t h e Northeast Quarter o f S e c t i o n 20, ?bmsh.ip 22 North, Range 16
West, G. & S. R. M., Mahave County, Arizona, s a i d P a r c e l being more
p a r t i c u l a r l y described as follcws:

          Beginning a t t h e Northeast C o m e r of s a i d Section 20; Thence
Westerly, along the North l?ar&q s a i d Section 20, a distance o f
                                                  of
467.0 Feet; Thence Southerly, P a r a l l e l to the E a s t Boundary of s a i d
S e c t i o n 20, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0 F e e t ; Thence E a s t e r l y , P a r a l l e l t o
t h e North Eoundary of s a i d S e c t i o n 20, a distance o f 467.0 Feet to a
p i n t on s a i d E a s t Boundary; Thence Northerly along s a i d East
Boundary, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0 F e e t t o t h e P o i n t of Beginning.


                                                                          WELL, SITE 1986-4
                                       LEGAL DESCXIFTION
                                        ( P a r c e l No. 4 )

          A P a r c e l c o n t a i n i n g 5.01 Acres, mre o r less, being a part of
the Southwest Quarter of S e c t i o n 16, Tbmship 22 North, Range 16
West, G. & S. R. M., Mahave County, Arizona, s a i d F z r c e l being mre
p a r t i c u l a r l y described a s follcws:

          Beginning a t t h e West W e r Corner of s a i d Section 16; Thence
E a s t e r l y along t h e E a s t- Ws Center Section Line of s a i d S e c t i o n
                                       et
16, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0 F e e t ; Thence Southerly, P a r a l l e l t o the W e s t
Eoundary of s a i d Section 16, a d i s t a n c e o f 467.0 Feet; Thence
Westerly, P a r a l l e l t o s a i d East     -
                                             West Center Section Line, a
d i s t a n c e of 467.0 Feet t o a p i n t on s a i d W s m a r y ; Thence
                                                        et
Northerly along s a i d W e s t Boundary, a d i s t a n c e of 467.0 Feet to t h e
P o i n t of Beginning.
Resolution No. 1058
38(i                                                        PIPELINE 6
                                                            RJGRESS & K52ESS
                                                           CaRRIm
                                  L m DESCRIPTION
                                   E L

                                   (Parcel No. 5)
            A Parcel containing 2.10 Acres, m r e or less, being a part of
       the Northwest w e r of Section 20, TaiYnship 22 North, Range 16
       West, G. & S R. M., Mohave County, Arizona, said Parcel being m r e
                   .
       particularly described as follws:
            Ccmnencing at the Northwest Corner of said Section 20; Thence
       Easterly, along the North Boundary of said Section 20, a distance of
       467.0 Feet to a pint which is the Northwest Corner of the Parcel
       being described and True Point of Beginning; Thence Easterly, along
       said North Boundary, a distance of 2176.6 Feet to the North W e r
       Corner of said Section 20; Thence Southerly, along the North - South
       Center Section Line of said Section 20, a distance of 42.0 Feet;
       Thence Westerly, Parallel to said North Boundary, a distance of
       approximately 2176.6 F k e t to a point which lies Easterly, a distance
       of 467.0 Feet fran the West Boundary of said Sectian 20; Thence
       Northerly, Parallel to said West Boundary, a distance of 42.0 Feet
       to the True Point of Beginning.

                                                                        PIPELINE &
                                                                        INGRESS 6 EGRESS
                                                                        CORRIDOR
                                         LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                                          (Parcel No. 6 )
              A Parcel containing 1.65 Acres, more or less, being a part of
         the Northeast Quarter of Section 20, Township 22 North, Range 16
         West, G. & S. R. M., Mohave County, Arizona, said Parcel being more
         particularly described as follows:
              Commencing at the North Quarter Corner of said Section 20;
         Thence Easterly, along the North Boundary of said Section 20, a
         distance of 467.0 Feet to a point which is the Northwest Corner of
         the Parcel being described and True Point of Beginning; Thence
         Easterly, along said North Boundary, a distance of 1707.4 Feet to a
         point which lies Westerly, a distance of 467.0 Feet from the
         Northeast Corner of Section 20; Thence Southerly, Parallel to the
         East Boundary of said Section 20, a distance of 42.0 Feet; Thence
         Westerly, Parallel to said North Boundary, a distance of
         approximately 1707.4 Feet to a point which lies Easterly, a distance
         of 467.0 Feet from the North - South Center Section Line of said
         Section 20; Thence Northerly, Parallel to said North - South Center
         Section Line, a distance of 42.0 Feet to the True Point of
         Beginning.


                                                                        PIPELINE &
                                                                        INGRESS & EGRESS
                                                                        CORRIDOR
                                         LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                                          (Parcel No. 7)

        A Parcel containing 2.09 Acres, more or less, being a part of
   the Southwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 22 North, Range 16
   West, G. & S. R. M., Mohave County, Arizona, said Parcel being more
   particularly described as follows:
        Beginning at the Southwest Corner of said Section 16; Thence
   Northerly, along the West Boundary of said Section 16, a distance of
   2168.1 Feet to a point which lies Southerly a distance of 467.0 Feet
   from the West Quarter Corner of said Section 16; Thence Easterly,
   parallel to the East - West Center Section Line of said Section 16,
   a distance of 42.0 Feet; Thence Southerly, parallel to the West
   Boundary of said Section 16, a distance of approximately 2168.1 Feet
   to a point on the South Boundary of said Section 16; Thence
   Westerly, along said South Boundary, a distance of 42.0 Feet to the
   Boint of Beginning.
                                 CITY OF KINGMAN
                            TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR THE
                            FISCAL YEAR 1986 - 1987

                                  RESOLUTION NO.
          WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of Title 42,
Section 301, 302, 303 and 304, A.R.S., the City Council did, on the
7th day of July, 1986, make an estimate of the different amounts
required to meet the public expenses for the ensuing year, also an
estimate of revenues from sources other than direct taxation, and the
amount to be raised by taxation upon real and personal property within
the City of Kingman, Arizona; and
          WHEREAS, in accordance with said sections of said Code, and
following due public notice, the Council will meet on August 4, 1986,
City Complex building, 310 North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona, at
which meeting any taxpayer will be privileged to appear and be heard
in favor of or against any of the proposed expenditures or tax
levies; and
          WHEREAS, it appears that publication has been duly made as
required by law of said estimates, together with a notice that the
City Council would meet on August 11, 1986, City Complex Building, 310
North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona, for the purpose of making tax
levies as set forth in said estimates: and
          WHEREAS, it appears that the sums to be raised by primary
taxation, as specified therein, do not in the aggregate exceed that
amount as computed in Title 42, Section 301.A., A.R.S., therefore be
it
          RESOLVED that the said estimates of revenues and
expenditures shown on the accompanying schedules as now increased,
reduced or changed by the same are hereby adopted as the budget of the
City of Kingman, Arizona, for the fiscal year 1986 - 1987.
          PASSED by the Common Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
Arizona, this 7th day of July, 1986.
ATTEST;                                            APPROVED :


      LL
       JC              ,
                       +
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Dorothy Helmer, C2ty Clerk
                           ' [-
                             ,7,(   ,-             ~@ld   Wienke, Mayor

PUBLISH:   July 16   &   23, 1986



Tentative Budget is available for inspection at the City of Kingman
offices, 310 North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona, Mondays through
Fridays, between 8:00 a. m., and 5:00 p. m.
                                                                  I
                                                         --
                                                CITY Q K I W
                                                ADOTEO B w C f T
                                                F O I FY 06-87



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                                                                                                            TAX
                                    FY -   0     F     -    0 F -  7                 mvcw
                                                                                ~114~s                REX)LIE

           GEMERAL                   5616216      5234597      5152144          41S204    5232940
           UATER SYSTEM              2810700      2603319      3000354          231 133   278StZI
           UlOcvAY v5f*              15241 15     1197683       1483865         2646.23   ItlS242
           FRS                        421286       411 110       224973          32013     IS2080
           FIREPIEN'S PENSION          33500        17950         33500                     33500
           .USTIC€ PLAWIMG             13000         5000         18000                      18000
           HJBO'S H W i TRUST           3000         I018          3000                       3000
           REMEATlOlr TRUST            30000        24681         30000                      30000
           G.O. EON05                 510603       276123        506040                                 506040
           WOG                        500000       447131        500000     -              500000
           EOA WANT                   208000       208000        206000                    286000
           0 0 9 SALE SY             1600000       029946        570016         570016
           E m WANT                    19917         9567          3000                      3000
           IWROVERENT 0151.           280000      1065832      2000000                    ZOO0000
           8 O E L L I OONATION                      7676          2700            2700
           GATES A M TRUST                          11186         67110                     67118
           PUOElllX AVE TRUST                        5145         I2329                     12329
           KAREN A M TRUST                                         7690                      7690
           M W T L m l U TRUST                        288615     2871 I 5                  2671 15
           JTPA Q l A W                                            3500                      3500
           A m 7 =ANT     '                                    . 30000                      30000
           FIUA-402 QIAWT                                         52705                     52785
           UATER 8ONtq                                           455000                    455000
                                    ..........................................................
                 TOTAL              13700337     12644579      15228929         1519609   I3203400      506640




SCHEDULE     A




                                                         CITY OF KlNVIAN
                                                 MY        TO m m t ESTIMTES
                                                         FOR FY 88-87




                          ----------------------------
                     2. MmWT #DOETfD FISCAL E A R

                          A. U r O Q l T U E LInITATION
                          8. ESTIWTCD MU~T        Q Exausmts
                          C. TOT& ESTIMTEO E X P L W I T U E S
                                                                .      .
                     3. R m R T Y    ru--VIM           smrw         FISCU   TEAR
                          A.    w ~ u nv l m
                                      u
                                 r n l n U T M R T Y TAXES
                                 tEU*OART M O O I T Y TAXES
                                 TOTU PROERTY TAXES L E v I m




                                 PRI)Y~Y MRTY       TAXES
                                 S E m D U Y PROPERTY TAXES
                                 TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES CQLECTEO


                          C. PRmRTY TAX RATES
                               P R l n U T CMTERTY TAX RATE
                               S#MUY         mrnnrr r r x

                     4.   m m n ru-ammt w r m                   FISCAL YEAR
                          A. ESTIrUIU) U O U A B L E M l t U R Y PROPERTY TAX L N Y
                          B. ESTlMTfD LEVY
                               r n l ) Y d Y C M K R T Y TAXES
                               SE#WD*I)Yr n r n R T Y TAXES
                               TOTAL ESTlrUTEU LEVY


                           c.   ESTImATED CROCITY TAX RATES
                                  CIllIUl -TI      TAX RATE
                                  tEcc+mMl m w m T Y T U RATE




SCHEDULE         B
                                                    RESOLUTION NO.               1059 (&#I'd)




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XUCE                        W-15
                               I Y      CS-rn R  FY IS-#        %-a7
CITY




                r ~LLS
                 8 llIX
                 FEES
               :TID, m s



   TOTAL u r n m r t r r
 CROTERTT TAXES
 DELlRlLWT TAXES
 SALES TAXES
 ELECTR lC F R U C ) ( I S
 GAS rnuIO(I3t
 ROOI TAX
 SANlTATlDW FEES
 M C r cams€ FEES
 rOL1CE OETT YWICES
 OvSlrcESS LlEOCeS
 CABLE TV LICE=         FEES
 6UILDIYO r Z m l T tTES
  S U I ~ I W Oma    ms
 RCC S L T ¶WP PROGRAM
 CLWlEWlbL CIA(
 FlrcES 8 CORTrlnRES
 rrlscfLLUEOIIS
 INTEREST
 L W COST CAYIS
 LOCAL EFF F a STREETS
       TOTU c 1 n

S U E OF W   M
           bws
UrTm S I S ~
                     -         2,000.000


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STATE
 SALES TAX             522.037                 546.406          540.421      594.163
 RCVCU OURIS           443.631                 4W.601           492.801      539.865
 HlGUUIY VSEI) T X
                A      m7.260                  W.5m             8460%        903.269
 STATE LOTTERY          97.474                  W.199           l24.Y6        98.973
 AWT TRUsMlTATlDW STWY                                                        30.000
       TOTAL STATE             l.eO0.402      1.966.792       2.004.043    2.246.370




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FEDERAL
 R E K W ¶UARIffi                286.337        284.000         300.007      1B2.860
 JUSTICL C L A ~ I W G            16.870         13.000           5.000       18.000
 COW oNu 6LOCM GRANT             220.000        SOO.OOO         443.536      500.000
       AE
 ED1 W T R GRANT                 181.424        206.000         200.000      208.000
 J.T.P.A. -ANT                                                                 3.500
 UlSTQIlC RESWRCE (YIAW               2.075                       2.500
 FIRE EMS murr                        2.~78       to.e17          9.567        3.000
 FWA-402 S l O l WANT                                                         52.7a5

       TOTAL FEOERbL             713.IS2      1.024.917         976.810    1.056.245


-------------------
IrPROWENT DISTRICT                     531      200.000         917.694    2.000.000


TRUST Fuss
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                                                                 .-   .
 WOENIX     AX                                                    14,919      12;ni
 KAREN AYZ                                                                     7.6W
 CENTEI(Y1U P M K                                               200.6lS      207,115
                               --------------I--------------------------------

        TOTAL RUST F U D S           30.591         33.500       52S.33       410.?52


TOTU CITY ff U I I M I N       11.380.145     10.21.417       11,407,637   13.710.240




                                                             SCHEDULE        C
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                                                          CITY Q KIl*n*N
                                                    O E P U T I E N T EXPEWD1TLI)EI
                                                          FOR F Y 06-07

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                  LOCAL EFFDRTlSTREETS
                  F I R E PROTECTIW FEES
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                               TOTAL GENERAL F W
                  W T E I SYSTEn F W
                  Y l O W Y WER F W
                  FEDERU R M U W A R I f f i I G W
                  F I R E m N ' S PEMSICU TRUST F L M
                  U b 8 ' 5 b4mE TRVST F W
                  JUSTICE        rLAmlffi    GRANT
                  R E U I E A T I O I TRUST fW
                  Q N E R U O O L I G A T I P I DON) F W
                  W I T Y O E V U O P I E N T &W( M A W 1
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                  LOOT G R W T
                  F W A - 4 0 2 GRANT
                  M T E R M105

                               TOTAL C I T Y OF K   I   W

 SCHEDULE     D




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 SCHEDULE      E
                                        CITY OF KINGMAN
                                    RESOLUTION NO.        1060

          WHEREAS, the Mayor and Common Council for the City of
Kingman, Arizona has determined that extending the corporate
limits of the City by the annexation of certain territory
described in Exhibit "A" is in the best interests of the City and
the property owners within the territory, and
          WHEREAS, pursuant to A.R.S. 59-471, the Common Council
is authorized to extend the corporate boundaries of the City, but
only after following the proper procedure as described in A. R. S.
59-471; and
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE I T RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common
Council of the City of Kingman, as follows:
SECTION 1.     City Manager is hereby authorized to pursue the
annexation of the territory described in Exhibit "A".
SECTION 2.     The City Manager shall file a copy of the proposed
petition with the County Recorder and shall publish notices of
the public hearing as required by law.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this                   7TH    day of          July           ,   1986.
ATTEST :                                                         R
           4
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Dorothy Helmer,'City Clerk                                           D. WIENKE, Mayor
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                                                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                                                           RESOLUTION NO.    01
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                         A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOk AND COMMON COUNCIL
                         OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: DESIGNATING
                         THE CHIEF FISCAL OFFICER TO SUBMIT THE ANNUAL
                         EXPENDITURE LIMITATION REPORT AS REQUIRED BY
                         A. R. S. 41-1279.07.
WHEREAS, each political subdivision is required by A.R.S. 41-1279.07
to designate the name of the chief fiscal officer to submit the annual
expenditure limitation report to the Auditor General;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that
                                                           ROBERT J. DE POY
is hereby appointed the Chief Fiscal Officer to submit the annual
expenditure limitation report for the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Cormon Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
Arizona, this 7th day of        Jilly         , 1986.
ATTEST :                                                                    APPROVED :

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Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk
                                  CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                                    RESOLUTION NO.   1062
                     A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
                     OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; AMENDING THE
                     PWSONNEL POLICY OF TEE CITY OF KINGMAN BY
                     AHENDING RULE 11,SECTION 12 AND RULE VI,
                     SECTION 4 OF THE RULES & REGULATIONS; ADDING
                     CERTAIN JOB DESCRIPTIONS; REVISING CERTAIN JOB
                     DESCRIPTIONS: REVISING TEE POSITION CLASSIFI-

    WHEREAS, The Common Council has authority under RULE 11, Section 3, of
    the CITY OF KINGMAN PERSONNEL POLICY to amend the Personnel Rules            &
    Regulations, and
    WHEREAS, the Common Council has authority under RULE 111, Section 2,
    of the CITY OF KINGMAN PERSONNEL POLICY to amend the POSITION
    CLASSIFICATION, SALARY SCHEDULE, and COMPENSATION SCHEDULE.
    NOW TEEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
    CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, as follows:
    A.    That RULE 11, Section 12, be amended to read as follows:
                 SECTION 12. Hospitalization Insurance: Full-time employees
                 are covered under the City's group insurance program at no
                 cost to the employee. The plan provides health, accident,
                 and life insurance coverage. The employee may elect to
                 cover their dependents under this program. The City will
                 pay 1/2 of the dependent premium cost.
    B.    That RULE VI, Section 4, be amended to read as follows:
                 SECTION 4. Pay for Performance: Pay for Performance shall
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                 d e ~ e n dupon iob ~erformanceof an emplovee. as exemplified
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                 by-recomkendations of the employee's ~ e ~ a r t m e n~ e a h ,length
                 of service, performance record, special training undertaken,
                 or other pertinent evidence.
!   C.    That the Position Classification section be amended as follows:
          1.     That the following positions, attached hereto as "Exhibits
                 A-1 thru A-8", be hereby added: Administrative Legal
                 Secretary, Legal Secretary, Parks Medium Equipment Operator,
                 Police Polygraph Examiner (Sworn), Public Works Administra-
                 tive Clerk, Public Works Inspector, Survey Instrument Man,
                 Survey Party Chief.
          2.     That the Job Descriptions for the following positions,
                 attached hereto as "Exhibits A-9 thru A-13" be hereby
                 revised: Community Development Director, Deputy City Clerk,
                 Engineering Aide 1,Engineering Aide 11, Engineering Aide I11
    D.    That the Position Classification/Salary and Compensation Schedule
          for Fiscal year 1986-1987, attached hereto as "Exhibit B", be
          incorporated herein by reference and the prior classification and
          compensation schedules be hereby deleted in their entirety.
    E.    That the total number of authorized full-time positions for
          Fiscal Year 1986-1987 be set at one hundred eighty-eight (188).
    F.    That the effective date of this Resolution be July 1, 1986.

    PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
    KINGMAN, Arizona, this '/ d-           day of July, 1986.
    ATTEST :                                           APPROVED :

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    Dorothy Helmer, C'ity 'clerk                             Id D. Wienke, Mayor
    RES. NO.             1062

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              Under t h e d i r e c t i o n of t h e C i t y A t t o r n e y ; a c t u c o n f i d e n t i a l
    1e8.1 r e c r e t a r y f o r t h e C i t y A t t o r n e y ; p r o v i d e r e c r e t a r i a l a u p p o r t t o
    tn A r r i r t a n t C i t y A t t o r n e y ; p e r f o r m d i f f i c u l t and c a p l e x l e g a l
    s e c r e t a r i a l work r e q u i r i n g i n d e p e n d e n t J u d g ~ n tand a c t i o n ; p r o v i d e
    t r a i n i n g a n d r u p e r v i r i o n of t h e l e g a l rupporc r t a f f .

    REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
    1.      Act a s confidential l e g a l s e c r e t a r y t o t h e C i t y A t t o r o e y .
    2.      M a i n t a i n l i a i r o n with c i t y , c o u n t y , s t a t e and f e d e r a l a g e n c i e s .
            ( i n c l u d i n g law enforcement a g e n c i e s r u c h a s C i t y p o l i c e . r h e r i f f .
            and Depc. of P u b l i c S a f e t y ) and c o u r c r t o a s s u r e p r o p e r
            requirements involved i n c i v i l l i t i g a t i o n , c r i m i n a l l i t i g a t i o n
            and municipal p r o c e d u r a l a c t i o n s a r e t i m e l y met.
    3.      M a i n t a i n l i a i r o n w i t h o u t r i d e a t t o r n e y s i n a 1 1 c i v i l and c r i m i n a l
            m a t t e r r i n v h i c h t h e d e p a r t m e n t is i n v o l v e d .
    L.      Work c l o s e l y wich Cicy C o u n c i l . S t a f f . C o ~ o i t t e e s ,C w ~ i s s i o n s
            and A s s o c i a t i o n s . and submit t o t h e C i t y A t t o r o e y t h e i r r e q u e r c r
            f o r l e g a l a d v i c e , o p i n i o n s , r e ~ o l u t i o n sand o r d i n a n c e s . c o n t r a c t s
            and o t h e r l e g a l i n s t r u m e n t s ; a s s i s c C i t y A t t o r n e y i n p r e p a r a t i o n ,
            l e g a l f i l i n g and i m p l e r e n t a t i o n o f a u e .
    5.      Asmiat C i t y A t t o r n e y i n k e e p i n g C i t y C o u n c i l and S t a f f i n f o r m e d
            on t h e a c a t u b of pending c i v i l l i t i g a t i o n and m u n i c i p a l
'           governmental a c t i o n s .
    6.      M a i n t a i n t h e Law L i b r a r y ; c o n t r o l l i b r a r y i n v e n t o r y and update.;
                     r                        a
            M ~ Re c o m ~ ~ : - d a t i o n t o t h e C i t y AttOTnCy O           n new p u r c h a r e r and
            rubsequent u i r l t e n a n c e .
    7.      Work c l o a e l y w i t h t h e ' C i t y A t t o r n e y on d e v e l o p i n g a
            comprehenaive. p e r p e t u a l f i v c - y e a r o p e r a t i n g p l a n f o r t h e
            department.
    8.      I n i t i a t e , p r e p a r e and rubmit p e r i o d i c r e p o r t s t o t h e C i t y
            A t t o r n e y ; a a r i s t C i t y A t t o r n e y i n t h e p r a p a r a t i o n of t h e
            d e p a r t m e n t ' r Annual R e p o r t .
    9.      Provide r e c r e t a r i a l support t o t h e A r r i r t a n t C i t y Attorney.
    10.     Develop, implament and m o n i t o r r t a n d a r d o p e r a t i n g p r o c e d u r e s f o r
            the l e g a i rupport r t a f f for criminal prorecution caaer; provide
            t r a i n i n g and r e v i e w o f l e g a l s u p p o r t r t a f f .
    11.     S u p e r v i s e and d i r e c t t h e workflow o f t h e l e g a l r u p p o r t r t a f f ;
            a r s u r i n g d o c k t c o n t r o l , compiling evidence. scheduling witneas
            i n t e r v i e u s , o o t i f y i n g w i t n e r r e s of c o u r t e p p e a r a n c e r a n d l o r
            c a n c e l l a t i o n r . and t i l e l y f i l i n g of a11 r e q u i r e d l e g a l documents
            with the courts.
    12.     Work c i o s e l y wich Cicy P o l i c e Department a n d t h e U u n i c i p a l C o u r t
            d e v e l o p i n g and implementing c o - r e l a c e d p o l i c i e s and p r o c e d u r e s .
    13.     S u p e r v i s e and d i r e c t t h e computerized c r i m i n a l c a s e management
            system.
    10.     P e r f o r m o t h e r r e l a t e d d u t i e s an a s s i g n e d .

    EDUCATION AND WBERIMCE REQUIREWENIS:
             Anv c o m b i n a t i o n e a u i v a l e n c t o n r a d u a t i o n from h i n h school
    mupplem;nted by c o u r s e d i n s h o r c h a n ~ , t y p i n g , word processing, o f f i c e
    s k i l l s and b u s i n e a s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n : f i v e y e a r s o f r e c r e t a r i a l
    e x p e r i e n c e w i t h a minimum of two                        experience as a legal
    secretary.

    SKILLS. KNOWLEDCE AND ABILITIES REQUIREHENTS:
              Knowledge o f s t a t e and f e d e r a l c o u r t r u l e s ; knowledge of r u l e s o f
    p r o c e d u r e of a t a c e and f e d e r a l c o u i s s i o n a , d e p a r t m e n t s and a g e n c i e s ;
    knowlecge of m u n i c i p a l government s t r u c t u r e , f u n c t i o n , r u l e s ,
    r e g u l a t i o n s , p o l i c i e s and p r o c e d u r e s ; k n o u l e d g e o f s r a c e mcacuces
    p a r t i c u l a r l y r e l a t i n g t o c r i m i n a l and t r a f f i c v i o l a t i o n s and knowledge
    of law e n f o r c e m e n t o p e r a t i n g p r o c e d u r e b ; a b i l i t y t o r a k e r h o r t b n d a t
    100 words p e r m i n u t e ; a b i l i t y t o t y p e a r 90 v o r d s p e r m i n u t e ; a b i l i c y
    t o d e m o n s t r a t e effective w r i t t e n and o r a l communication a k i l l s ;
    a b i l i t y t o o r g a n i z e Work; a b i l i t y t o d e m o n s t r a t e e f f e c r i v e s u p e r v i s o r y
    and m a n a g e r i a l s k i l l s ; a b i l i t y t o c m p o s e c o r r e r p o n d e n c e and r e p o r t s ;
    a b i l i t y r o work i n d e p e n d e n t l y ; a b i l i t y co e s t a b l i s h and m a i n t a i n
    e f f e c t i v e r e l a t i o n s h i p s w i t h o t h e r s ; knowledge o f c u r r e n t b u s i n e s s
    E n g l i s h . s p e l l i n g and p u n c t u a t i o n ; knowledge o f modern l e g a l o f f i c e
    p r a c t i c e s ; knovledge of l e g a l t e r m i n o l o g y ; knowledge of a c c o u n t i n g and
    record-keeping.procedures; knowledse of word processing p r o c e d u r e s ;
    a b i l i t y t o m a i n t a i n c o n f i d e n t i a l i t y ; w i l l i n n w r r t o v a r t i c i ~ a c ei n
    c o n t i n u i n g l e g a l e d u c a t i o n programi.and r e m i ~ r s ;~ i i i i n g o e ; . t o
    become a Nocary P u b l i c .
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       Under t h e d i r e c t i o n o f t h e C i t y A t t o r n e y a n d l o r A d m i n i a t r a t i v e
Legal S e c r e t a r y ; a c t a a c o n f i d e n t i a l n e c r e r a r y f o r t h e O f f i c e o f
t h e C i t y A t t o r n e y ; p e r f o r o d i f f i c u l t and complex l e g a l s e c r e t a r i a l
work r e q u i r i n g i n d e p e n d e n t J u d g v n t and a c t i o n .



1.      Screen telephone and o f f i c e c a l l e r s f o r t h e O f f i c e o f t h e C i t y
        Attorney; provide information and/or r e f e r c a l l e r s t o
        appropriate party.
2.      S c h e d u l e a p p o i n t m e n t s , m e e t i n g s and s p e a k i n g e n g a g e m e n t s f o r
        C i t y A t t o r n e y and A s s i s t a n t C i t y A t t o r n e y ; open a n d s o r t m a i l .
3.      Take, t r a n s c r i b e and t y p e d i c t a t i o n .
11.     Compose and t y p e r o u t i n e c o r r e s p o n d e n c e and r e p o r t s .
5,      Type and f i l e a 1 1 l e g a l document1 a s n e c e s s a r y .
6.      P r e p a r e and m a i n t a i n a p p r o p r i a t e f i l e s and r e c o r d s .
7.      Coordinate e f f o r t s f o r the Office of the City Attorney v i t h
        o t h e r departments.
8.      Communicate w i t h d e p a r t m e n t p e r s o n n e l a n d t h e p u b l i c ; r e s p o n d
        t o q u e s t i o n s o r i n q u i r i e s , and g i v e a p p r o p r i a t e i n f o r m a t i o n
        r e g a r d i n g established p o l i c i e s . p r o c e d u r e s and r e g u l a t i o n s .

9.      M a i n t a i n t h e Law L i b r a r y ; c o n t r o l l i b r a r y i n v e n t o r y a n d
        updates.
10.     Develop, implement a n d m o n i t o r a t a n d a r d o p e r a t i n g p r o c e d u r e s
        f o r c r i m i n a l p r o r e c u t i o n caaea.
11.     Assure p r o p e r d o c k e t c o n t r o l , compile e v i d e n c e . a c h e d u l e
        witnear interview#. n o t i f y ritneaaea o f court appearances
        a n d / o r cancellations. and t h e r h e l y f i l i n g o f a 1 1 r a q u i r e d
        l e g a l documents v i t h t h e court..
12.     P e r f o r m o t h e r r e l a t e d d u c i e a a s aamigned.
EWCATIM AND tn'ouascr.                    FmJunmxnTs:
         Any c o m b i n a t i o n e q u i v a l e n t t o g r a d u a t i o n from h i g h a c h o o l . t v o
y e a r s secretarial t r a i n i n g w i t h a minimum o f one y e a r e x p e r i e n c e
working i n t h e l e g a l f i e l d .




            A b i l i t y t o t y p e 8 0 word. per m i n u t e ; a b i l i t y t o t a k e a h o r t h e n d
  a t 1 0 0 words p e r m i n u t e ; a b i l i t y t o compole c o r r e s p o n d e n c e and
  r e p o r t a ; a b i l i t y t o d e m o n s t r a t e o r a l and w r i t t e n communication
  s k i l l a ; a b i l i t y t o work i n d e p e n d e n t l y ; a b i l i t y t o e a t a b l i a d h and
  m a i n t a i n e f f e c t i v e r e l a t i o n s h i p s w i t h o t h e r s ; knowledge o f c u r r e n t
  u s a g e o f b u s i n e s s E n g l i a h , s p e l l i n g and p u n c t u a t i o n ; knowledge o f
  modern o f f i c e p r a c t i c e s . knowledne o f word p r o c e a a i n n . knowledne o f
  r e c o r d - k e e p i n g . p r o c e d u r e s ; know1;dge o f l e g i l t e r m i ~ i o g y ;a b l Y i t y
  t o m a i n t a i n c o n f i d e n t i a l i t y ; a b i l i t y t o p l a n a n d o r n a n i z e work;
  w i l l i n g n e s s t o become a N o t a r y P u b l i c . -
I h l r i s s k i l l e d work in the o p e r a t i o n o f street weeper., heavy t r u c k s . dump t r u c k s ,
gang m w e r , backhoes. and o t h e r equipment. and i n the n l n t e r u n c e and c o n s t r u c t i o n
of c i t y f a c i l i t i e s .

An e w l o y e r of t h i s c l a s s p e r f o m m e c h m i e a l work I n b e o p r a t i o n of varied equip-
ment i r c l u d i n ~t r u c k s azod one-licensed c o n s t r u c t i o n equipment. Ihe c q l o y e e works
on a r c ~ u l a rschedule, p e r f o r r i n g t h e vork s p e c i f i e d by t h e department head o r super-
visor.

LUWLES OF WORK PERFOIWD: (Any one p o s i t i o n u p wt include 111 of the d u t i e s
: % s t e d . nor do t h e l l s t e d e s a w l e a i n c l u d e a11 t a s k s rhicb u y be f w n d i n p o s i t i o n s
of t h r s c l a s s ) .

Operates mobile sweeper on a regular s c h e d u l e t o c l u n d i r t and d e b r i s from s t r e e t s
with c u r b s .

Operates front-end broo. when a s s u n e d t o c l e a n d i r t and d e b r i s from s t r e e t s v i t h -
out curbs.

Operates gang mwera in completion ansignad Job f u n c t i o n s .

Operates sweeper t o c l e a r chat from roadway a f t e r s e a l coat has been applied.

Operates dump truck t o h a u l and du.p f i l l and base u t e r i a l s .

Operates water t r u c k , backhoe. sewer rodding e q u i p w n t , compressors. mobile truck
crane and o t h e r equipment a s a s a l g m d .

k y s d o w a s p h a l t f o r s t r e e t c o n a t r u c r i o n . o v e r l a y , and f o r s t r e e t and u t i l i t y
repairs.

C l e m s . vamhes. s e r v i c e s . and p r e v e n t i v e l y m a i n t a i ~My CQuipYnr used.

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Experience o p e r a t i n g the above d e s c r i b e d e q u i p n r .

Cood d r i v i n g record; poasearion o f , o r a b i l i t y t o o b t a i n a d Arirona a a u f f e u r ' s
licecue.

* b i l i r y t o perform b a s i c r e p a i r s t o v e h i c l e s tod c q u i p r n t used. a d perform r a u t i n a
.aintenance.

A b i l i t y t o vork e f f e c t i v e l y with o t h e r C i t y cnployees.

Cood ~ h y s i c d lcondition.

A b i l i t y t o o p e r a t e equipment i n a safe and e f f c c r i v e n m c r .

A b i l i t y t o perform work d u t i e s a c c o r d i a g t o a r e g u l a r acbadule.



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X I L EDUCATlON AAO TRAIWIK REQUIaEWnrrS

Two y e a r s u p e r i e n c e o p e r a t l a g medium a q u i p u o t .
Cood p h y s i c a l c o n d i t i o n .   M   d e t e r m ~ e dby a p h y s i c a l c x m .

Good d r i v i n g record: possession of an A r i r o o a c h a u f f e u r ' s l i c e n s e .
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In a d d i t i o n t o a11 t h e d u t i e s of a p o l i c e o f f i c e r . t h e polygraph u . n i n c r w i l l . u n d e r
g e n e r a l d i r e c t i o n . perform h i g h l y a p e c i a l i a e d . t e c h n i c a l work c m d u c t i n g p o l y g r a p h
u.ninations.            i n t e r r o g a t i n g crime a u a p e c t a and o t h s r a through t h e u s e of p o l y g r a p h
techniques.

DlSTl)ICUlS!3ING FUTURES OF C W S

~n c ~ p l o y e eo f t h i s c l a s s p e r f o m h i g h l y s p e c i a l i z e d , t e c h n i c a l work c o n d u c t i n g
p o l y g r a p h a x a m i n a t i o n a , i n t e r r o g a t i n g c r i a e a u a p a c t a and o t h e r s through t h e u a e o f
p o l y g r a p h t e c h n i q u e s ; conducts background and s p e c i a l i n w e a t i g a t i o n s .                 General
d i r e c t i o n i s r e c r i v e d f r m a s u p e r v i s o r who r e v i e w s work.              L s t a b l i s h e d p o l i c i e s and
procedures a r e f o l l d .                 Eaployee i s e x p e c t e d t o e x e r c i s e c o n s i d e r a b l e i n i t i a t i v e
and j u d g m e n t i n a c c a p l i s h m c n t of p r o j e c t s and assignments. a p p l y i n g p e r t i n e o r work
p o l i c y and h u r d l i n g r o u t i n e work p r o b l e m .

U.AWLES OF W K (1LLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
            R

1.     Conduct.        interviews and a d m i n i s t e r s c r i m i ~ l .i n t e r n a l and pre--10-nt
       polygraph ex.ninationa.
2.     Reviews c a s e r e p o r t s and f o r m l a t e a t e s t q u e a t i o n a and c a t a b l i a h e a t e s t
       c o n d i t i o n s f o r s u b j e c t being p o l y g r a p h e d , r e c o r d s u n u a u 3 c i r c u m s r u r c e a
       t h a t e f f e c t reaulta.
3.                               e a
       S c o r e s and a ~ l y z t e ~ t r e a u l t s ; p r e p a r e s d e t a i l e d r e p o r t a o n r e a u l t s .
6.     A d v i s e s investigators i n p a r t i c u l a r p o i n t s o f a u s e t h a t need.                       further
       investigation.
5.     V i s i t s c e r t a i n major c r h s c e n e s i n o r d e r t o b e t t e r underatand
       c i r c n n s t u r c e s of c r h under i n v e s t i g a t i o n .
6.     Submita r e p o r t a t o a t t o r n e y s i n c a a e a l n v o l v i r q c o u r t u t t e r . :            acts as
       u p e r t witneaa.
 7.    Conducts b a c b r o u n d i n o u t i g a t i m a end a p e c i d L n t e r n a l i n v e a t i g a t i o n a
       a s neceaaary.
 8.    Conducta .W1 p a y c h o l q i c d e x a m i m r i o n a ; a n a l y z e s r e s u l t s and p r e p a r e a
       report..
 9.    C a l i b r a t e s polygraph i n a t r u e n t a ; m a i n t a i n s equipment and supplier.
10.    % i n r a i n s r e c o r d s and p r e p a r a a r o u t i n e o r a p e c i a l r e p o r t s .
11.    Performs r e l a t e d d u t i u a s a a a i w e d .


 DESIRABLE N O Y L ' ~ E . SKILLS                  hi ABILITIES

 C o n s i d e r a b l e knowledge o f t h e l e g a l l i m i t a t i m s . m z c h u r i u l a s p e c t s of p o l q g r a p h y ;
 i n t e r v i e w i n g t e c h n i q u e s and i n v e s t i g a t i v e p r o c e d u r e s ; c w a t i t u t i o n a l r i g h t s o f
 persona r e g a r d i n g c o n f e s s i o n s .       S k i l l i n o p e r a t i n g polygraph e q u i p e n r .             Ability
 t o conduct a thorough i n t e r r o g a t i o n l i n t e r v i e w o n c r i m i n a l and a m - c r i r i ~ lmatter.;
 e f f e c t i v e l ? , r e a d and i n t e r p r e t p o l y g r a p h c h a r t s and d i a r i r q u i a h d e c e p t i v e r e s p o n s e s ;
 e v a l u a t e t a n g i b l e and i n t a n g i b l e e v i d e n c e and p r o p e r l y p r e s e n t evidence in c o u r t ;
 w r i t e d e t a i l e d i n v e s t i g a t i v e r e p o r t a ; establish and maintain e f f e c t i v e working
 r e l a t i o n s h i p s w i t h p o l i c e o f f i c i a l r . law e n f o r c e m a t agencies. o t h e r c i t y o f f i c i a l s
 and t h e g e n e r a l p u b l i c ; perform t h e p h y a i c a l r e q u i r e s c n t a of t h e work, u s e good
 judstment.

 ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE ANO EDUCATION

 C e r t i f i e d p o l i c e o f f i c e r w i t h t h e C i t y of K i n p a n P o l i c e Department. c e r t i f i c a t i o n
 from an approved a c h w l of p o l y g r a p h instruction and f i v e q u r a of c d s s i o n e d law
 e n f o r c m e n t e x p e r i e n c e , w i t h s p e c i a l e m p h a s i s on i n v e s t i g a t i v e and i n t e r v i e w
 techniques.

 ADDITIONAL REQUIRMPIIS

 A b i l i t y t o o b t a i n o r p o s s e s s i o n of p o l y g r a p h u a m i n e r ' s l i c e n r c i s s u e d by t h e
 S t a t e of Arizona.            (A.R.S.        32-2701)
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        CLXLRAL STATCHENT OF DUTIES:

                 T h i s i s a broad a d m i n i s t r a t i v e p o s i t i o n i n c o o r d i n a t i n g a11
        a c t i v i t i e s i n t h e P u b l i c Works D e p a r t l e n t u n d e r t h e s e n e r a 1 d i r e c t i o n
        o f t h e P u b l i c Works D i r e c t o r .

        31S:lNtCISHIHG            FEATURES OF THE WORK:

                 The employee i n t h i s p o r i t i o n i s r e s p o n s i b l e f o r a c c u r a t e
        tscord keeping, payroll, purchasing, Cost Control, c o s t analysis.
        i n v e n t o r y c o n t r o l , p r o j e c t e s t i m a t i n g . r e p o r t w r i t i n g and f i l i n g
        f o r a 1 1 P u b l i c Work D e p a r t m e n t s .

        EIAYPLES OF WORK PERPORHED:

                C o n f e r w i t h d e p a r t m e n t head f o r r e c o r d keeping. c o s t c o n t r o l .
        c o s t a n a l y s i s , i n v e n t o r y c o n t r o ~ .p u r c h a s i n g . b i d p r e p a r a t i o n .
        budget r e s e a r c h and p r e p a r a t i o n .

                Research f o r long range planning.

                 P r e p a r e r e p o r t s f o r t h e P u b l i c Works D i r e c t o r

                C o o r d i n a t e e f f o r t s between departments.

                 D e v i s e new f o r m s f o r b e t t e r a n d m o r e a c c u r a t e r p c o r d k e e p i n g .

                 Attends conferences o r o t h e r e d u c a t i o n a l meeting t o remain
        a w a r e o f m o d e r n m e t h o d s when t h e P u b l i c Works D i r c c t o r o r o t h e r
        Department Reads a r e unable t o a t t e n d .

        YIEIWUY EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

             2 y e a r s c o l l e g e w i t h c o u r s e s i n B u s i n e s s Mams$emeat a n d P u b l i c
        Relations.      Knowledge of o f f i c e m a c h i n e r y and o f computer o p e r a t i o n .
        Knowledge o f t h e c o m p l e t e o p e r a t i o n of t h e P u b l i c Works D e p a r t m e n t s .
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                                   P U M l C YORKS INSPECTOR

                         F OK
DISTIYGUISHINC FEITURES O Y R

This          rs stilled      r n s p e c t r o n uork i n enforcing               the    Crty's
c o n s t r u c t r o n codes and r e g d a t l o n s r e l a t e d t o r a t e r .    seuerage.
s t r e e t s , drainage and r e l a t e d p u b l l c uorks lmpr~avenents.

An employee o f t h a s c l a s s i f r c a t r o n exanrnes and e n f o r c o                 desrpn
and c o n s t r u c t r o n      regulatrons for           a v a r r e t y of        vublrc uorks
projects           relating          to    system       expansron.           replacement          and
connectron:          and r n s p e c t s u o r k r n p r o g r e s s a t r n t e r v a l s t o assure
t h a t worL r s p e r f o r m e d a c c o r d i n g t o approved p l a n s and code
requrrements.              The employee nay s u p e r v r s r t h e work of Others i n
yerformrng t h e sane d u t r e s .              The employee u o r k s i n d e p e n d e n t l y r n
the f i e l d       and r s r e s p u n s i b l e f o r    maliang decasrons r e a u r r a n g
d l s c r e t a o n and good judgement.                 The employee works under t h e
g t m r a l s u p e r v r s i o n o f t h e C i t y Engineer.

                  F OK
EXAMPLES O U R PERFORMED
(Any        one p o s r t r o n nay n o t i n c l u d e 811 of t h e d u t i e s l r s t e d , nor
do t h e l r s t e d examples r n c l u d e 811 t a s k s u h r c h nay be found r n
p o s i t i o n s aaf t h r s c l a s s a f i c a t r o n . )

Inspects             neu    construction      of       p u b l i c uorks             projects        and
cunnectrons t o t h e u a t e r and sewerage systems. f o r conformance t o
t h e C i t y ' s Stmndards f o r P u b l i c Yorks Improvements and approved
c o n s t r u c t r o n plans. and o t h e r a p p l i c a b l e r e g u l a t i o n s o f t h e S t a t e
and C r t y r e l a t e d t o water. seuerage, s t r e e t s . and drainage.

R e q u i r o t h a t u o r k be stopped uhen r t i s found t o be r n v i o l a t r o n
of approved plans. o r S t a t e and C r t y r m g u l a t i o n s .

Advises t h e C i t y E n g i n e e r uhen such v i o l a t i o n s have occured.

Coordrnates code enforcement w i t h o t h e r i n s p e c t o r s and s u p e r v i s e s
i n s p e c t i o n s by o t h e r s .

Attends and p a r t i c i p a t e s i n p r e c o n s t r u c t i o n meetings.

REOUIRCD KNOYLEDGE.               SKILLS.        N
                                                A D ABILITIES

Experience i n t h e f i e l d o f u a t e r .                  seuer,        s t r e e t and   drainage
system c o n s t r u c t i o n .

Knouledge o f p r i n c i p l e s and p r a c t i c e s of      civil englluering.
surveyang.        and d t s r p n of u t i l a t y l a n e s and connectrons.  and
s t r e e t s and drarnape.

 Experience i n r e a d i n g c i v i l e n g ~ n m m r i n gdrauangs.

 Ability       t o naintaan effective uorking relationships                                     with       the
 p u b l i c and t o e x p l a i n t m c h n r c a l i n f o r m a t i o n t o them.

 A b i l r t y t o s u p e r v i s e and c o o r d i n a t e t h e work of         other inspectors.




 MINIMUM EDUCATION A D TRAININC REOUIREMCNTS
                    N

 Tuo years ColleQe course u o r k i n c a v i l enorneering.                     including
 s p e c i f i c courses an u t r l l t y systmm desrgn and c o n s t r u c t r o n .

 f i v e y e a r s o f *xp*rr*nce i n u a t e r . seueraoe.                   street.     and draanape
 s y s t r m d e s i g n and/or c o n s t r u c t r o n p r a c t i c e s .

 A degrom r n c l v r l e n g r n e e r r n ~nay be s u b s t r t u t e d f o r   three years
 o f f r c l d m:cperrence.           A d d r t r o n a l ymars of f r e l d euperrence may b c
 s u b s t r t u t e d f o r t h e c o l l e g e c o u r s e reaurrenmnts.
400   RES. No.         1062


                                                                A
                                             SURVEY INSTRUMENT M U

                                F OK
       DISTINCUISHINC FEATURES O Y R

       This p o s i t i o n i n v o l v e s s k i l l e d work            i n the f i e l d o f Land
       Surveying i n r r l a t r o n s h l p t o t r i a n g u l a t i o n .  traversing, property
       surveys, s t r e e t C e n t e r l i n * nonunentat&on. and c o n s t r u c t i o n staL:e-
       out.

       An employee o f         t h l s c l a s s i f l c a t a o n 1s responsible f o r faeld
       survey uork a n d / o r o f f i c * draftxnp.               associated wrth the C l t y ' s
       Cadastral C o n t r o l    Progran and c o n s t r u c t i o n staking f o r        City
       p u b l r c uorks anprovements.                The *nployee uorks under t h e d i n c t
       supervision      and d l r e c t l o n of t h e Survey P a r t y C h l c f .

                  F O K
       EXAflFLES O U R PERFORMED
       tnny one p o s z t r o n may n o t i n c l u d e a11 of t h e d u t i e s listed,    nor
       do the l i s t e d r x a n p l e s i n c l u d e a11 t a s k s uhxch nay be f o u n d l n
       positions of t h l s classification. )

       A s s i s t t h e Survey P a r t y Chaef l n any manner t h a t u i l l r a u s r                       the
       survey p a r t y t e h c n o r e e f f x c i e n t .

       nave the kncrulrdge and s k i l l t o operate any and                                a11      surveying
       anstrunerots a s s i p n e d t o t h e survey p a r t y .

       Keep l e g i b l e and c o m p l e t e notes of assigned uork f o r thr use                             and
       b e n e f l t o f t h e Survey P a r t y Chief.

       nave knouledgc and o x p c r i e n c e i n survey rodnan-chainnan p o s i t i o n
       and y e r f o r n t h a t f u n c t i o n uhen p a r t of a two man s u r v e y creu.

       D l r e c t t h e rodnan-chninnan i n r e g a r d t o t h e i r uork.

       Act  as survey p a r t y c h i e f ,               uhen assigned t o do so b y                the       City
       Surveyor.

       f l a i n t a i n survey equipment i n c l e a n and good o p e r m t i n g c o n d i t i o n .
       and a s s l s t i n t h e i n v e n t o r y o f equxpment uhon asked.

        I n s u r e t h a t a11 s u r v e y equipnent i s p r o p e r l y securod and s t o r e d
        a t the end of aach u o r k day.          o r when t n e survey c r e u i s p o l n g t o
        b o away Cron t h e s u r v e y van.

        Notify  the         Survey          P a r t y Chief o f any breakage               o r shortage          of
        equxpment.

        Th.  In-strunent   Man i s expected t o t r a i n and o b t a i n knouledge
        necessary f o r advancement t o t h e p o s i t i o n of P a r t y C h i e f .

        Conduct o f f i c e r e c o n n a l s s a u e and r e s e a r c h of          records r e l a t e d t o
        j o b assignments.

        Perform d r a f t i n g ,       t r a n s f o r ~ i n gf i e l d u o r k i n t o p l a t form.




       REOUIRED KNOYLEDGE.                SKILLS.       N
                                                       A D ABILITIES

       Must be e r p o r l e n c c d and c o n p e t r n t an t h e work o f rodnan-chainman.
       Hust bc capahlc                   of  using     translt.      level,    tnoodollte          and
       e l e c t r o n x c d l s t a n c e neasurrng e q u x w e n t and be a b l e t o n a l n t a i n ,
       r e p a l r and a d j u s t s u r v e y i n g instruments asslpned f o r use.

       f l u s t be c a p a b l e o f    t r a i n l n g and a d v i s i n g rodman-chalnman.

       flust be capabie o f a p p l y l n p n a t h e m a t l c a l * u n c t i o n s r e q u r r e d t o do
       c o n s t r u c t L o n and r a d a s t r a l surveys.  rncludxnp r o u t e surveylnq..            -
       c l o s i n g o f t r a v e r s e s and checking l c v e l c i r c u i t s .

                            N
        MINIMUfl EDUCATION A D TRIININC REOUIREflENTS

        High School Graduate o r C q u i r ~ l c n t .

        Mathrnatxcal     background                  in    tr:?-r.:i=L,,          - : ~ d i:;:.;ly       L,)    uss
        re\..-. t 3 :~t&tS.

        a b i l i t y t o o p e r a t e programable c a l c u l a t o r s d e s i r a b l e .
                                                               RES. YO.            1062 '?@I.
                                                                                               B i r A-8




                         F OK
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES O Y R

This P o s r t l U n rnv0lvOs s k r l l o d w r k I n t h o f i o l d of Land Survoy-
rnp i n rolationsnlp t o                 trranpulatron.        travorsrng.        proporty
survoys. s t r o o t c o n t o r l r n o ronunontatron. and c o n s t r u c t r o n s t a r c -
out.

An onployoo o f t h r s c l a s s r f r c a t r o n r s r o s p o n s r b l o f o r t h o            frold
o p o r a t r o n / s u p o r v r s r o n of t h o C i t y ' s C a d a s t r a l C o n t r o l Program and
o r construction statoout.                         Tho onployoo 1 s r o s p o n s r b l c f o r        tho
conduct o f t h o f r o l d crou. their 0.rfornanco and o f f r c r o n c y .                          Tho
omployer u o r k s r n d o p o n d o n t l y r n tho f r o l d .                and u o r k s under    the
g o n e r a l s u p o r v i s r o n of t h o C r t y Survoyor.

                  OK
EXAMPLES Or Y R PERFORMED
(Any one p o s r t i o n nay n o t i n c l u d e a11 of t h o d u t i e s l i s t e d . nor
do t h o l i s t r d oxanplos r n c l u d o a11 t a s k s which nay bo f o u n d i n
positrons of t h r s classrficatron.)

Rosponsrblo f o r             t h o r o t r a c o n o n t and naintonanco of tho City's
p r r u a r y c o n t r o l notuork, rncluding tho roostablishmont o f Soctron
and 1/4 S o c t r o n c o r n e r s .

Rrsponsiblo f o r               t h o oxpansion and narntonanco                    of        the   City's
s t r r o t c o n t o r l i n o mununontation propran.

Rrsponsrblo f o r construction                       stakrout f o r         City        public      uorks
znprovonont projects.

                                                                          nunbor,
O b t a r n each day's u o r k schOdulo/aSSXQnMOnt, r n c l u d i n p ~ o b
f i e l d books, r e s e a r c h data. otc.. from t h o C i t y Survoyor a t t h o
heginnrnp of t h o u o r k day.

Orpanrro t h e day's            u o r k assrgnnont f o r t h o b e s t o f f i c r o n c y         of    tho
f r r l d party.

Obsorvo t h o conduct o f t h o s u r v y p a r t y and m a i n t a i n d i s c i p l i n e
i n m a t t o r s t h a t nay cause c r i t i c a l c o n r o n t about t h o C i t y . such
as l e a v i n g r o f u s o a t t h o j o b sit*,  n o t m a i n t a i n i n g professional
appoaranco of o q u i p n o n t and personnel. o t c .

 M a i n t a i n safe u o r k i n g c o n d i t i o n s f o r t h o protection o f o q u i p n o n t
 and porsonnol.          and r e p o r t any i n j u r i e s t o t h o C i t y      Survoyor
 uhcthor or not t h o i n j u r y roquirod nodical attention.

 B r i n p t o t h o a t t e n t i o n of t h o C i t y Survcyor.problons                     associated
 u i t h survey p a r t y onployoo porformanco.

 Koop cornplot.         and l o g i b l o s o t o f f i e l d n o t e s f o r a 1 1 jobs.

 Roturn conplotod f r o l d                 notes t o         tho     City      Survoyor           at    tho
 c o r p l o t i o n of t h o j o b a s s i g m o n t .


I n s u r e t h a t oquipnont 1 s m a i n t a i n e d i n c l o a n and good o p o r m t i n p
condition,         a s u o l l as n a r n t a i n r n g an i n v e n t o r y of oquipnont
a s s r g n d t o t h o survoy party.

REOUIRED KNOYLEDGE,              SKILLS,       N
                                              A D ABILITIES

Must bo oxporronced and conpotont i n t h o u o r k of Chainran-Rodnnn,
and I n s t r u n o n t Man.

Must be            capablo of        using t r a n s i t .           lovol.    t h 0 0 d 0 l i t o and
o l o c t r o n i c d i s t a n c o moasurrng o q u r p r o n t and bc a b l e t o maintarn.
r o p a r r and a d j u s t s u r v o y i n p i n s t r u n o n t s assrpnod f o r u s r .

Mu-t     b capablo o f t r a i n i n p p o r s o n n o l assigned t o t h e n and                       nab:c
t h o u a u r r e of t h o r r d u t i e s r n t h o s u r v e y p a r t y .

Bo capable of a p p l y i n g mathomatical f u n c t i o n s                       r o q u i r o d t o do
c o n s t r u c r t i o n and c a d a s t r a l survoys.        i n c l u d i n g r o u t * survoyinp.
c l o s i n p of t r a v o r s o s and c h o c k i n g l o v o l c i r c u i t s .

M x n I M u M EDUCATION       AND TRAxnrnc REOUIREMENTS
                                                                                                            r
SENIOR SURVEY PARTY CHIEF8
H i p h School Craduato o r o q u i v a l o n t .             p l u s tuo years of colloge
oducation. I.C.S.              courso, spacial s e l f - s t u d y coursos i n t h o f i e l d
of      l a n d surveying. nntl,onatics,           o n g i n o o r i n p and be an h r i z o n a
S t a t e R o g i s t e r r d L a ? d :~,*oyvr-. v DO c a p a b l e of becoming l i s o n s r d
                                                  o
b y t h o end o f t h o p r o b a t i o n a r y p o r i o d .

 Three      y o r r s of oxporionco on a s u r v o y p a r t y as P a r t y                   Chiof.

 h b i l i t y t o oporatr propranablo c a l c u l a t o r s desirable.

 SURVEY PARTY CHIEF
 Hrph School Craduato o r o q u i v a l o n t .                  p l u s t w y e a r s of       collopc
 oducation. I.C.S.              courso. s p e c i a l s e l f - s t u d y c o u r s o s i n t h o f i o l d
 o f l a n d survoyrng.           nathonatics.        o n g i n o o r i n p or,      b o an A r i z o n a
 S t a t * R o g i s t o r o d Land h r v o y o r .

 Throe years of O x p o r i o ~ oon a s u r v o y p a r t y as P a r t y                      Chiof,       or
 I n s t r u m n t Man.

 l i b i l i t y t o o p o r a t r progranmblo c a l c u l a t o r u d o s i r o a b l o .
RES. NO. 1062
                                               COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

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                                                               RES. NO. 1062




     COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR (cont'd)
     ::.llc.:t   a n a l v z r and a n t e r y r r t d a t a




IlINIHUM EIlUC4TIDN 1 TRAINING
    Distinquishlnq features of work
    This employee nust know all basic functions of the Clty Clerk's
    Offlce, and p e r f o m the Clerk's duties in her absence.
    The vork involves preparation for and attendance at Council, board and
    commission meetings: and preparation o f mlnutes of these meetings.
    The work also includes assisting in a11 phases of the records
    management program; issuing various licenses; check signing duties:
    and the conduct of elections.



    Prepares Council and C o m i s s i o n Agendas, attends Council and
    Commission meetings as directed by the Clerk: prepares minutes.
    Takes business and other license applications and processes them.
    Assists Clerk in making a records inventory: preparing a retention
    schedule and all filing activities.
    naintains miscellaneous books and codes in the Clerk's office.
    especially Minute, Ordinance and Resolution ledgers.
    Assists in microfilming program.
                                                      1
    Assists in all phases of the election process; 1.e. enlisting board
    workers, assisting vith absentee voting, and assisting in vote
    tabulation on election night.
a   Communicates vith City personnel and the public: responds to questions
*   or inquiries and gives appropriate information regarding established
    policies, procedures and regulations.
    naintains Index of City records.
    Does correspondence as requested by the Clerk
    Acts a s Notary Public vhen requested.
    P e r f o m s check vriting and signing duties.

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
    Any combination of training and experience equivalent to qraduation
    from high school or GED, preferably supplemented by secretarial
    course vork at the college or technical schcol level and considerable
    ( 3 - 5 years) progressively responsible experience in a secretarial
    capacity: familiarity vith K I N G M N CODE OP ORDINANCES, other City
    policies and State lavs pertaining to Clerk's duties: attendance at an
    accredited univeristy I.I.H.C.    Institute for future certification as a
    Certified nunicipal Clerk.



    Good knowledge of
      business English and spelling: modern office procedures: municipal
    organization and functions

    Ability to
      type at a speed of 60 net words per minutes and take dictation at 90
    words per minute
     maintain a complex filing system and prepare original correspondence
    on routine matters
      establish and maintain effective working relationships vith other
    employees and the general public
     use b vord processor
     operate microfiliming equipment.
     maintain confideniality.
     vork several evenings a month.
                                                                               RES. NO                 .
                                                                                                       ! 1062
                                                                                                            405

                                      ENCIMEERII~G       rloc I

DISTIMWISWIffi FEATURES Of YOLI((

Thrs       as s e m i - s k r l l e d work i n d r a f t i n g .    f r e l d surveyrnp                4 l o r
p u b l r c works r n s p e c t r o n .

An employee of t h l s c l a s s r f i c a t r o n m r f o r m s l e s s - s k r l l e d  ~.fr.s
i n t h e area of drafting. serve as r e a r c h u m a n on t h e u v e y
crew. and/or a s s r s t t h e p u b l r c works r n s p e c t o r r r t h rnsDect%m of
p u b l i c works rmprovement proJects.                     The employee w a l l be 4.r
t h e g e n e r a l s u p e r v r s r o n of t h e C r t y Engrneer and dependxng& upon
uork       assrgnment        u r l l be under s p e c l f l c      s u p e r v r s r o n Ot? t h e
E n g i n e e r i n g Arde 111. Survey P a r t y Chref. o r P u b l r c Y o r k s : k p e c -
tor.

               F O K
EXAMPLES O Y R PERFORMED
(Any      one p o s i t & o n may n o t rnclude a11 of t h e d u t r e s I 1 s t e o C nor
do t h e l r s t e d examples anclude a11 tasks whrch may be f o l p l r n
pa:nsrtrons of t h i s c l a s s r f r c a t i o n . 1
                                Y E 6SSICNED TO OFFICE
                                 HN
D r a r s rrops showing l o c a t r o n s o f C r t y b u r l t u t r l r t r e s .

Makes   mechanical                 drawings          for     City    built          public                  wrkr
rmprovements.

Raker b l u r p r r n t s of      C i t y records a t the r e q u e s t of C i t y S t a f f                    or
the general p u b l i c .         u s i n g b l u e p r i n t machrne.

Checks l e q a l d e s c r i p t i o n s against p r o p e r t y maps.

 Provides general               i n f o r r a t i o n t o persons making i n q u i r z e s                  .boc :
 u t i l r t y locations.
                                        O
                          YHEN ASSICYED T SURVEY C E    RY
 Y i l l a c t as r e a r chainran, keeping c h a i n i n g o r "peg"                          n o t e s uhc:,
 necessary o r so assrpned.

 Assist         i n keepinp          survey v e h i c l e and equipment                    i n neat and
 o r d e r l y conditzon.
                     YNEN ASSIGNED TO PUBLIC Y R S IMSPECTION  O U
 U i l l a s s i s t t h e P u b l i c Yorks I n s p e c t o r o n f i e l d i n s p e c t r a n of
 uater,         sewer.       street,           drainage        or        other           public    uorks
 improvments.                The employee                may b. assigned t o                  a sprcific
 job         to     m o n i t o r c o n s t r u c t i o n on a c o n t i n u a l b a s i s .

 Be r e s p o n s i b l e for ensuring t h a t t h e u o r k b r i n g dorr,-€au+orms
 t o t h e approved plans. and C i t y and S t a t e r e g u l a t i o n s .

 Require t h a t work b e stopped when i t i s found t o be i n vi&a                                             -n
 of    approved plans.              o r C i t y and State r e g u l a t i o n s . and 1                     3 1 - y
                                          h
 p u b l i c uorks i n s p e c t o r o f t . violation.

 May b e r e q u l r e d t o a t t e n d p r e c o n s t r u c t i o n meetings.

  REOUIRED UNOYLEDCE. SKILLS.                  M D hIILITIES

  Some experience i n w c h a n i c a l drawing.

  rbility to          understand p r i n c i p l e s of c r v r l e n g i n e e r i n g            a    .   y       i n
  d r a f t i n g and f i e l d surveying.

  Experrence i n readrnq c l v i l e n g i n e e r i n g drawings.

  Caod   understandinp                of    tho      prmciples         of      trigonometrq                      and
  geometry.

  L;nderstand t h e terms used i n l e g a l d e s c r i p t i o n s and be c a w * of
  t r a c i n p l r p a l descriptrons.

  Ahilrty to   mrintaln effective                     uorkrng       r e 1a t i o n s h i p s
  general public.

  Some knowledge of c o n s t r u c t i o n m a t e r i a l s and p r a c t i c e s a s r u r i a t e d
  w i t h water and sewer l i n e s . s t r e e t s . and drarnage systems,

  HINIHUR EDUCATION AND TRIININC REOUIREHENTS

  H i g h School Graduate o r E q u i v a l e n t

  One year of         h i g h school d r a f t i n g o r o t h e r d r a f t i n g backgr.9.id.

  Succ*+sful        course uork i n peemetry and t r i g o n o m e t r y .

  S i n months      experience        i n drafting.

  Si:;   months experience i n surveying.


  Recruitment   announcements          and h i r i n g q u a l i f i c a t i o n s               may            vary
                                          assignment a n t i c i p a t e d .
  dependrng o n t h e p r i m a r y ~ 0 r k
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      DISTIWWISCIINC FEATURES OF WRK

      Thbs bs sCr11od s u t p r o f o s s r o n a l W r k r n t h e areas o t ongrnoorbng
      dosrpn, d r a t t r n g . l a n d survryanp. and/or p u b l l c u o r k s r n s p r c t r o n .

      An o r p l o y r r of t h r s c l a s s r f i c a t i o n p r r f o r n s u o r k r n t h r area  of
      d r a f t i n g , s r r v r s a s head charnnan-rodnan o n t h e s u r v r y Crru. and/
      o r r n s p o c t s p u b l r c u o r k s rnprov*-rnt p r o j r c t s t o r contornance. An
      onploy-             of    thrs classrfrcation u r l l                 lam undor t h o        ponoral
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      s u p o r v i s r o n o f t h e C i t y E n g l n ~ r . and d r p o n d ~ n g o n u o r k arsxgn-
      n r n t u r l l bo under s p r c r f r c suporvrsxon o f t h o Enprnoorxnp L x d r
      111. S u r v r y P a r t y Chrof,           o r Public Yorks I n s p r c t o r .          hssrpnnont
      nay chango p r r i o d r c a l l y drpondrng on work l o a d of t h o E n g r n r r r r n p
      Drpartnnt.

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      EXAMPLES O Y R PERFORMED
      t nnv ono p o s i t r o n nay n o t r n c l u d e a11 o f           t h o dutios    lrstod,  nor
      do the            l i s t e d r:<amplos i n c l u d e a l l t a s k s u h r c h nay bo found  i n
      y o s t r t i o n s of t h r s c l a s s i f i c a t i o n . I

                               UHEN 6SSICNED TO OFFICE
       makes mochanrcal d r a u r n p s of C i t y b u r l t i n p r o v r n o n t s .

       Draws naps ShoMLng l o c a t r o n s of C i t y b u r l t u t i l r t y l r n o s .

       Rawreus   utilrty                plans     for     confornanco           to     Cxty      rulos         and
       rrgulatrons.

       F'ravrdrs  r n f o r n a t r o n t o pcrsons makrng i n q u i r i e s                about       utrlxty
       iocafrons.

       Y r i t o s and chocks l o g a l d * s c r i p t r o n s .

       MaYos assossnont diagrams f o r i n p r o v o n r n t d i s t r i c t s .

       Marntarns I o v o l o f s u p p l r r s i n o n p l n r o r i n g o f f i c o .

                                        O
                         YHEN ASSIGNED T SURVEY CREU
       Serve as Head Chainman-Rodnan on t h r C i t y ' s S u r v r y Crru.

       K-p     chanrng o r " p r g "         notes uhon n r c o s s a r y o r assigned.

       Assist   tho           Survoy        Instrunrnt         Man      i n    his      duties       and       job
       assignnont.

       M a i n t a i n survey   v r h i c l o and o q u i p n o n t i n a noat and o r d e r l y
       mannor,         and make s u r e t h a t v e h i c l r i s s u p p l i o d u i t h oxpondablo
       survoy s u p p l i r s .

       H a w a b i l i t y t o u o r k r i t h s u r v r y i n g OquipRont.

        Conduct o f f i c c roconnaissanco and r r s r a r c h o f r e c o r d s r o l a t o d t o
        j o b assignnonts.

                                                    O
                            UHEN LSSICNED T PUBLIC UORUS INSPECTIDM
      I n s p r c t nou c o n s t r u c t r o n of p u b l r c u o r k s p r o j r c t s and c o n n o c t ~ o n s
      t o t h o u a t r r and souorago systoms.                    f o r conformance t o t h o C r t y ' s
      r u l r s and r r ~ u l a t l o n s . approvrd c o n s t r u c t i o n p l a n s and o t h o r
      a p p l r c a b l o r o g u l a t r o n r of t h o S t a t * and C r t y .

      Inspect p u b l i c uorkc                 inprovomonts          and      cuts       to     stroots        and
      drnrnapr systons.

      Roqurro t h a t u o r k b r stoppod u h r n i t i s found t o bo r n v i o l a t i o n
      o f approved p l a n s .   o r S t a t o and C i t y regulation*. and a d v i s e t h o
      P u b l i c Yorks Inspector o r C i t y E n g i n o r r of v i o l a t i o n .

      C o o r d i n a t e code o n f o r c o n r n t u i t h o t h e r i n s p e c t o r s and s u p o r v i s o r .

      A t t e n d and       participate           in     prrconstruction              nortings         uhon       so
      assagnod.

      REOUIRED KNOULEDGE.                SKILLS.        N
                                                       A D ABILITIES

      Knoulrdpe of          b a s i c c i v i l r n g r n o r r l n g principles and practices.

      E x p r r i e n c r i n *.chartical        drafting.

      Exycrioncr i n reading c i v i l r n g i n r o r i n g drauings.

      Lhility to        maintain             rffectivr uorking                relationship            uith      the
      general p u b l i c .

      50nr           knoulodgc       of      subdivision              repulations.             flood         plain
      r e g u l a t i o n s , and o n g i n e r r l n p r r l a t o d Sesipn.

      E i : p c r i m c r i n a l l phases o f surveying,               b e r n g c o m p o t r n t as a Roar
      Chainman-Rodman.

      C ~ o d u n d e r s t a n d r n p o f t r i g o n o m e t r y and g.onOtPy         a n d knoulcdgc o f
      c o n s t r u c t r o n m a t e r i a l s and p r o c r d u r o s r o l a t r d t o u a t o r , srucr.
      rtrrrt. and d r a i n a g o systrns.

      MINIMUM EDUCATION 6ND TRhlNING REQUIREMENTS

      Collage l o v o l c o u r s o uork in c i u l l o n g i n r o r i n p and n a t h o n a f i c s .

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      O.     year o r p r r i o n c r    i n c i v i l onginrering draftinp.

      Onc year o u p o r r o n c o i n l a n d r u r u o y i n p .      and br g u a l i f l r d as a Rear
      Chainnan-Rodnan.

      Po k n o r l o d g r a b l e and p r o f i c r o n t I n t h o US* and c a r r of survey
      charns. tapes. l o v o l rods and- r o l a t o d i n s t r u n o n t s o f surveying.


      Recruitment           announcononts and h i r r n q q u a l i f i c a t i o n s                 nay     vary
      d r p c n d i n p o n t h e p r i m a r y uork a s s l p n n e n t a n t i c i p r t r d .
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                 MINIMUM EDUCATION A D TRAINING REOUIREMENTS

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                  crign.

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                  syec2flc          :ourses       i n surveyrng and f r t l d nethnds.                    ~a~idltlc~nzl
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           MANAGER                                            39909     51576      65826          I
           ADnlNlSTRAT 1% SERVICES DIRECTOR                   36280     46087      59841          I
           COnrlUN ITY DCVELOPMENT DIRECTOR                   25298     45876      58553          I
           PCIBLIC uORKS DIRECTOR                             25298     45076      58550          I
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           POL ICE CHIEF
           ENGINEER
           ATTORNEY
           F l R F CulEF
           POL ICE CAPTAIN
           PARKS L RECREATION DIRECTOR
           PLANNING k ZWING DIRECTOR
           CITY CLERK                                         21 169    27357      34916                  I

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           DEPUTY FlRE CHIEF                                  20105     25983      33162          I
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           SANITATION SUPERVISOR
           STREET SUPERINTENDENT
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           PARKS W E R INTEIMNT
           ClTV SURVEYOR
           SURVEY PARTY CHIEF
           POLICE SERGEIYI
           F l R E CAPTAlk
           BUILDING OFFICIAL
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           ASSDC IATE MOISTRATE
           PLANNER 1
           DEPUTY CITV cum

           OFF ICE WPERIl ISQl
           POLICE O F F l K R
           F l R E PREVENTION OFFICER
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           F l R E ENGINEER IEMT
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            ;RE ENGINEER
           BUILDING INSPECTOR
           HEAVY E W l P r Y N T OPERATOR
           UELMR I nECUAN LC
           ADnlNlSTRAT lVE LEGAL SECRETARY



           ENGlNEERlNG A I M II
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           ~EOIU~ EOU~PNNT OPERATOR
           CERTIFIED UTILITY OPERATOR
           COW ENFORCERENT OFFICER

           CD~~LIN~CATIONS SPECIALIST
           AUTO~IATED DATA SYSTEnS OPERATOR
           UATER SERVICERAN II
           IRRIGATION SPECIAL151

           AWINISTRATIVE SECRETARV
           ACCOUNT CLERK I 1
           ENGlKERlNG AIDE I
           ANIMAL CONTROL OFF lCER
           POOL TECHNIC IAN
           TRUCK OR lVER
              IGN TECHNICIAN
           f U 8 L l C MORKS ADRlNISTRAT I V E CLERK
           PCtLICE CATA PROCESSING OPERATOR
           CIVILIAN  POLICE OFFICER
           ASSISTANT COURT CLERK
           CMMUNICATION WERATOR
           UATER SERVICERAN

           U T l L lTY SERVICE W K E R
           PARKS AN0 GOLF COURSE CARETAKER
           ATHLETIC FIELD TECWICIAN
           XCRETARY

           SENIOR C l T l Z E N COORDINATOR
           UERK-TYPIST
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           GUST00 1AN
           LABORER
                                     CITY OF KINGMAN
                             RESOLUTION NO. 1063
           A RESOLUTION BY THJ3 MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OP
           TEE CI!l'Y OF KINGUAN, ARIZONA FINDING, PURSUANT
           TO THE REQUIREHWTS OP A . R . S .     36-1473,  THAT A
           BLIGHTED AREA E X I S T S I N TEE MUNICIPALITY.

WHEREAS,  the State Community Development Block Grant                     Program
provides assistance for eligible activities which aid                     in the
prevention or elimination of slum or blight; and
WHEREAS,  the State Community Development Block Grant Program
requires that an applicant, requesting funds for an activity that
will aid in the prevention or elimination of slum or blight,
identify a Target Area where such funds will be expended; and
WaERBAS,  the City of Kingman, Arizona is apply1n.g for State
Copmmunity Development Block Grant funds for an actlvlty that will
aid in the prevention or elimination of slum or blight.
NOW THEREPORE,     BE I T RESOLVED that the City of Kingman, Arizona
finds, pursuant to A.R.S.            36-1473, that the area described:
            Section 23, Section 24, North half of Section
            25, Section 19 U.S. Government Lot 13, and
            Kingman Mercantile Highway Tract 3, all located
            within Township 21 North, Range 17 West,
            G.&S.R.B.&M.
and Target Area where State Community Development Block Grant
funded activities designed to aid in the prevention of slum or
blight will be carried out; and
THAT the attached map further identifies the Target Area.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona this         7th      day of          July           ,   1986.
ATTEST :                                           APPROVED :

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7f;                                 1064 ~R&&~&JTJON NO. 1064
      Nos. 1064 6 1065
                        A RBSOLDTIOli BY TEE HAYOR AED COWWU COUNCIL OP
                        rag CITY OF KIM%AM, ARXXOUA:     A D O P T I S A PLAN
                        M HINIMIZE DISPLACEHEUT AUD ASSIST PBRSOUS
                        ACTUALLY DISPUCKD AS A RESULT OF ACTIVITIES
                                          R
                        FUNDED IN WEOLE O I N PART WITB 1986 CCMIMIIIITY
                        DEVELOPWEWT BLOCK GRAlJT RRSDS.
      WBEREUS,  the Housing and Community Development Act of
      1974, as amended by the Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983,
      Section 104 ( s ) ( 2) (A) and Section 104 ( j), required that
      all recipients of Community Development Block Grant funds
      develop plans to minimize displacement and to assist
      persons actually displaced as a result of activities
      funded in whole or in part with CDBG funds; and
      WHKRWS,   the State of Arizona, Department of Commerce,
      has developed a strategy, record keeping requirements and
      resource materials t o implement such a plan,
       O
      N W -RE,        BE I T RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common
      Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby adopt a
      strategy to minimize displacement and agree to document
      all such efforts; certify that the City of Kingman,
      Arizona will not initiate any displacement activity until
      a source and specific amount of funds t o provide
      assistance and reasonable benefits t o those displaced has
      been identified and      approved by the Department of
      Commerce; Planning Director, Thomas L. Duranceau, t o be
      responsible for providing counseling and assistance t o
      those displaced, should such actions be necessary, and
      adopt the strategy, record keeping requirements and
      informational procedures recommended by the Department of
      Commerce   t o insure that assistance      and  reasonable
      benefits are provided t o those displaced.
      PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
      CITY    OF    KINGMAN,    Arizona    this    a/ :d"-  day
      of                .   , I
                              I
                                              I   1986.
      ATTEST :
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                                              RESOLUTION NO. 1065

                        A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AlYD COnnON COU?JCIL OF
                        THE c I n OP KINGMAN, ARIZONA:  C C ) ~ T T I N G LOCAL
                        FUNDS AS    IJWJZRAGE POR TBE 1 9 8 y 5 COMMUNITY
                        DBVEU)PMBNT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATIOH.
      WBEREAS,  The City of Kingman, Arizona has adopted
      Resolution Number        which authorizes submission of an
      application to t h e s t a t e of Arizona, Department of
      Commerce for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG I
      funds for the 198@program    year, and
      ~~,      that application indicates that $10,000.00 will
      be committed by the City of Kingman, Arizona as leveraged
      funds, and
      WHERBAS, The Commerce 1986i Program Summary requires that
      all local leveraged funds or resources be committed in
      the form of a resolution by the governing body, and that
      such a commitment contain an opinion by the applicant's
      legal counsel that the leveraged funds represent a                          APPROVE:
      binding commitment, legally enforceable under State laws,?                  .-.       ,


      N W THEREPORE,
       O             BE I T RESOLVED that the Mayor and Commo
      Council of Kingman, Arizona hereby commit $10,000.00
      the 19893 CDBG program, and that the Mayor and Common
      Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby state that
                                                                                yv!!N7  ,p,*.k,
                                                                                  Jerald Wienke,
                                                                                  Mayor
      this commitment is legally binding based on the legal                       ATTEST:
      opinion of the City Attorney and such funds or resources                     . ,.
      will be subject t o an audit at the tarmii.ation of the
      grant.                                                                       ,Ib,. --+--
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      PASSED AlJD ADOPTED by the Mayor and Comnon Council of the                   Clerk
      CITY OF K I N G m r , Arizona this 7th day of July, 1986:
                                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                                         RESOLUTION NO. 1066
                   A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                   THE       CITY       OF    KINGMAN,  ARIZONA   IDENTIFYING
                   COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING NEEDS AND
                   A C T I V I T I E S TO B E UNDERTAKEN TO MEET SUCH NEEDS.

     WHEREAS, Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of
     1974, as amended through the Housing and Urban-Rural Recovery Act
     of 1983, states that the primary objective of the Title and of the
     community development program of each grantee is the "development
     of viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a
ri   suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
p    principally for persons of low and moderate income...", and
n
     WHEREAS, Section 106(d)(2)(D) requires the Governor of each state
     to certify that each unit of general local government to which
m    funds will be distributed will identify its community development
a    and housing needs, including the needs of low and moderate income
     persons, and the activities to be undertaken to meet such needs.
     NOW THEREFORE, B E I T RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
     the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby state that the community
     development and housing needs of the City of Kingman, Arizona,
     including the needs of low and moderate income persons are:
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     Central Business District (Downtown) Economic Development Plan
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     AND BE I T FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
     the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby state that                            the activity
     proposed to be undertaken to meet such needs is:
     Development of a Downtown Economic Development and Marketing Plan
     PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
     KINGMAN, Arizona this               7th    day of         July            ,   1986.
                                                    APPROVED :


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     ATTEST :


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                       CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA

                         RESOLUTION NO. 1067
               RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY
               OF KINGMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA,
               FIXING TIME FOR HEARING ON ASSESSMENT FOR THE
               IMPROVEMENT OF PORTIONS OF KAREN AVENUE.



          WBEREAS, the Common Council of the City of Kingman, Mohave
County, State of Arizona, has been notified pursuant to the provisions
of Section 48-589 and 48-590, Arizona Revised Statutes, of the
completion of improvement work performed by FREIDAY CONSTRUCTION as
contractor, on the waterline, sewerline, pavement and concrete curb,
gutter and sidewalk on Karen Avenue between Van Buren and Monroe
Streets, Improvement District 85-3 in the City of Kingman, in
accordance with Resolution of Intention No. 1012R.
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:
     1.   That the Common Council hear and determine the assessments
as required by A.R.S.948-590, and that the date and time for hearing
on such assessment be fixed and set for the 4 t h day of August, 1986 at
the hour of 7:00 o'clock p.m., at the Council Chamber in the City
Complex of Kingman, and that notice of proposed hearing be published 5
times in the Mohave Daily Miner a daily newspaper of general
circulation in the City of Kingman.
          PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this   7th    day of   July            , 19 86    .
ATTEST:                                  APPROVED :
                         CITY OF KINGMAN
                     RESOLUTION NO.   1068
          A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
          THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA AUTHORIZING THE
          SUBMISSION    OF AN   APPLICATION   FOR   STATE
          COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDS AND
          CERTIFYING THAT SAID APPLICATION MEETS THE LOW
          AND MODERATE BENEFIT REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE
          CDBG PROGRAM.
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona is desirous of undertaking
community development activities; and
WHEREAS, the State of Arizona is administering       the Community
Development Block Grant Program; and
WHEREAS, the State CDBG program requires that CDBG funds requested
benefit at least 60% low and moderate income persons for
activities justified as benefitting low and moderate income
persons; and
WHEREAS, the State CDBG program requires that CDBG funds requested
benefit at least 51% low and moderate income persons for
activities justified as aiding in the prevention or elimination of
slum or blight; and
WHEREAS, a grantee of State CDBG funds is required to comply with
the program guidelines and Federal Statutes and regulations.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona authorizes application to be made to
the State of Arizona, Department of Commerce for CDBG funds, and
authorizes the Mayor to sign application and contract or grant
documents for receipt and use of these funds; and
THAT this application for State CDBG funds meets the requirements
of low and moderate income benefits for activities justified or
benifitting low and moderate income persons and for activities
justified as aiding in the prevention or elimination of slum and
blight; and
THAT the City of Kingman, Arizona will comply with all State CDBG
program guidelines, Federal Statutes and regulations applicable to
the State CDBG program and the certifications contained in the
application.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman this   24th day of      July         , 1986.
ATTEST:                                 APPROVED :


                                       6erald Wienke, Mayor
                         CITY OF KINGMAN
                      RESOLUTION NO. 1069
          A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
          THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA COMMITTING LOCAL
          FUNDS AS LEVERAGE FOR THE 1985 COMMUNITY
          DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION.
WHEREAS, The City of Kingman has adopted Resolution Number 1068
which authorizes submission of an application to the State of
Arizona, Department of Commerce for Community Development Block
Grant (CDBG) funds for the 1985 program year, and
WHEREAS, that application indicates administrative and audit will
be committed by the City of Kingman as leveraged funded, and
WHEREAS, the Commerce 1985 Program Summary reuqires that all local
leveraged funds or resources be committed in the form of a
resolution by the governing body, and that such a commitment
contain an opinion by applicant's legal counsel that the leveraged
funds represent a binding commitment, legally enforceable under
State laws.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby commit admisitrative and audit
costs to the 1985 CDBG program, and that the Mayor and Common
Council of the City of Kingman hereby state that this commitment
is legally binding based on the legal opinion of the City Attorney
and such funds or resources will be subject to an audit at the
termination of the grant.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona this 245h day of      July           , 1986.
ATTEST:                                APPROVED:


Dofothy   He'lmer,   City   Clerk        -         Jerald   Wienke,
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                                       CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                               ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986                -   1987
                                         RESOLUTION NO. 1070                                          415
              WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of Title 42,
    Sections 301, 302, 303 and 304, A.R.S., the City Council did, on the
    7th day of July, 1986, make an estimate of the different amounts
    required to meet the public expenses for the ensuing year; also ar,
    estimate of revenues from sources other than direct taxation, and the
    amount to be raised by taxation upon real and personal property within
    the City of Kingman, Arizona; and
              WHEREAS, in accordance with said sections of said Code, and
    following due public notice, the Council will meet on August 4, 1986,
    City Complex Building, 310 North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona, at
    which meeting any taxpayer will be privileged to appear and be heard
    in favor of or against any of the proposed expenditures or tax
    levies: and
              WHEREAS, it appears that publication has been duly made as
    required by law of said estimates, together with a notice that the
    City Council would meet on August 11, 1986, at the City Complex
    Building, 310 North Fourth Street, Kingman, Arizona, for the purpose
    of making tax levies as set forth in said estimates; and
              WHEREAS, it appears that the sums to be raised by primary
    taxation, as specified therein, do not in the aggregate, exceed that
    amount as computed in Title 42, Section 301., A.R.S;
              THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the said estimates of
    revenues and expenditures shown on the accompanying schedules, as now
    increased, reduced or changed by the same, are hereby adopted as the
    budget of the City of Kingman, Arizona, for fiscal year 1986 - 1987.
              PASSED by the Common Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN,
    Arizona, this 4th day of     August    , 1986.
    ATTEST :                                                      APPROVED :
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                                                c I m OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                                                  RESOLUTION NO.   1071
                   A RESOLUTION AHENDING SECTION 2 OF RESOLUTION 997
                   OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, RXHOVING THE
                   REQUIREMENT THAT MEMBERS OF TEE CLEAN CITY
                   COMMISSION BE RESIDENTS OF TEE CITY.
    BE IT RESOLVED BY TEE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN,
    ARIZONA, that Section 2 of Resolution No. 997 be amended to read as
    follows:
    SECTION 2.     That the Clean City Commission provided for herein
    shall be comprised of thirteen (13) members to be nominated by the
    City Manager and approved by the Common Council. The Board shall
    consist of representatives from:
                                                                  Members               Place Number
         Business & Industry Repvs.                                  3                      1 - 3
         Labor Representatives                                       1                        4
         Community Organizations                                     3                      5 - 7
         Education                                                   2                      8 - 9
         Members at Large                                            2                     10 - 11
         Planning Director or Designee
            and Sanitation Superintendent                                  2 (Staff)         12   - 13
    Members of the Commission originally appointed to fill odd-numbered
    places 1 through 13 shall be appointed for a term of one (1) year.
    Members of the Commission originally appointed to fill even-numbered
    places 2 through 10 shall be appointed for a term of two (2) years.
    Thereafter, the term of each Commission member shall be two ( 2 )
    years.   No Commission member shall serve two (2) successive terms
    provided, however, that a Commission member appointed to complete the
    term of another Commission member shall, at the completion of such
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   RESOLUTION NO. =(contBd)         &   RESOLUTION NO.     1072
  41 (;
  term, be    eligible for appointment for another full term; and provided
  further,   that places 12 and 13 shall always be filled by the Planning
  Director   or Designee and the City Sanitation Superintendent, who shall
  serve as   non-voting ex-officio members of the Commission.
  PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
  Kingman, Arizona, this 4th  day of    August         , 1986.
 ATTEST :                                       APPROVED :


  Dorothy Helher, City Clerk
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                                  CITY OF KINGMAN
                                RESOLUTION NO 1072
             A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
             OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; RELATED
             TO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE
             ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OR TRANSPORTAITON FOR THE
             PURPOSE OF UPDATING THE KINGMAAN AREA
             TRANSPORTATION STUDY (KATS); ADOT NO. 87-0011
 WHEREAS, the City of Kingman has the authority, under A.R.S. Section
 9-276, to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona
 Department of Transportation in matters pertaining to transportation
 planning; and
 WHEREAS, the City of Kingman is desirous of updating the local
 transportatoon plan known as the Kingman Area Transportation Study
 (KATS) and
       ;

 WHEREAS, there are funds available to the Arizona Department of
 Transportation, which at its discretion, may be used to assist
 regional transportation planning; and
 WHEREAS, it is to the advantage of the City of Kingman to enter into
 an Intergovernmental Agreement for the purpose of funding the updating
 of the lcocl transportation study entitled "Kingman Area
 Transportation Study".
 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council
 hereby authorizes the Staff to proceed with the updating of the
 Kingman Area Trar~sportationStudy update, and further authorizes the
 Mayor to sign the intergovernmental agreement pertaining to the
 transportation planning study known as the Kingman Area Transportation
 Study.
  PASSE9 AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
  Kingaan, Arizona, this 4th day of August, 1986.
 ATTEST :                                       APPROVED :
                            CITY OF KINGMAN
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 1 7
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
           CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; IDENTIFYING THE NEED FOR
           A 911 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM; AND ACTIVITIES
           TO BE UNDERTAKEN TO MEET SUCH NEED.
WHEREAS, it appears that 911 will eventually be the universal
telephone number used to request the assistance of Public Safety
personnel everywhere in the United States and Canada; and
WHEREAS, it appears that the 911 emergency telephone system is in the
best interest of the citizens of and visitors to the City of Kingrnan;
and
WHEREAS, a 911 Planning Committee consisting of Public Safety agencies
throughout the county has been formed to develop a 911 Emergency
Telephone System plan for all of Mohave County, which will provide
three (3) answering points in Mohave County; and
WHEREAS, it appears Lieu Tax funding may be available through the
State Department of Administration for implementation of an approved
Plan ;
          NOW, THEREFOREl BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common
Council of the CITY OF KINGMAN supports the 911 Emergency Telephone
System concept, the Mohave County 911 System Planning Commitee and the
establishment of the 911 Emergency Telephone System for the CITY OF
KINGMAN and all of Mohave County.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 4th day of August , 1986.
ATTEST :                                 APPROVED :


Dorothy Helmer,' City Clerk
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                      CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                        ORDINANCE NO. 1074
          A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
          THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, APPOINTING A CITY
          MAGISTRATE AND SETTING FORTH THE DUTIES AND
          COMPENSATION OF THE CITY MAGISTRATE.

BE IT RESOLVED as follows:
     1.   The Mayor and Common Council hereby appoint
            KATHY M. McCOY   to serve as City Magistrate. This
          appointment shall be effective September 3, 1986 and
          shall be for a term of two years ending September 2,
          1988.
     2.   The position of City Magistrate is answerable to the City
          Council and must perform the duties described in Exhibit
          "A,I




     3.   The City Magistrate may be discharged by the City Council
          for cause. As used in this resolution "cause" means any
          violation of the City of Klngman Personnel Rules, any
          violation of the rules of judicial ethics, or any
          impairment in ability to perform the duties of the City
          Magistrate.
     4.   The City Magistrate will receive an annual salary of
          $23,500.00 per annum to be paid in the same manner as
          other City employees. This amount will increase 5% on
          September 3, 1987. The City Magistrate shall also be
          entitled to holidays, vacation leave, sick leave and
          fringe benefits as allowed under the City personnel rules
          for classified employees.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this 15th    day of   September         , 1986.


                                         JERALD D. WIENKE, Mayor
ATTEST:

DOROTHY HELMER, City Clerk
   EXHIBIT "A"
                             CITY MAGISTRATE

 DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF WORK
 This position involves the adjudication of misdemeanor cases
 properly brought before the City Court for trial, and the
 administration of the City Magistrate's Office. The employee of
 this class reports directly to the City Council.
 EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED   (Any one position may not include all
 of the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all tasks
 which may be found in positions of this class.)    '



 Presides over City Court and hears, with or without           a    jury,
 misdemeanor cases properly brought before that Court.
 Administers the affairs of the Magistrate's Court, including the
 scheduling of cases and such other matters as may be appropriate.
 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES


     DESIRABLE EWC3TION AND TRAINING
     Graduated from a standard high school, supplemented with college
     courses in some branch of social science or public law.
     Experience leading t o , a broad familiarity with the problems brought
     before a Magistrate's Court.
                                     CITY OF KINGMAN
                               RESOLUTION NO.    1075
               A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
               THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA AUTHORIZING THE
               SUBMISSION   OF  AN   APPLICATION   FOR   STATE
               COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDS AND
               CERTIFYING THAT SAID APPLICATION MEETS THE LOW
               AND MODERATE BENEFIT REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE
               CDBG PROGRAM.
    WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona is desirous of undertaking
    community development activities; and
    WHEREAS, the State of Arizona is administering the Community
    Development Block Grant Program; and
    WHEREAS, the State CDBG program requires that CDBG funds requested
    benefit at least 60% low and moderate income persons for
    activities justified as benefitting low and moderate income
    persons; and
    WHEREAS, the State CDBG program requires that CDBG funds requested
    benefit at least 51% low and moderate income persons for
    activities justified as aiding in the prevention or elimination of
    slum or blight; and
    WHEREAS, a grantee of State CDBG funds is required to comply with
    the program guidelines and Federal Statutes and regulations.
    NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Mayor and Common Council of
    the City of Kingman, Arizona authorizes application to be made to
    the State of Arizona, Department of Commerce for CDBG funds, and
    authorizes the Mayor to sign application and contract or grant
    documents for receipt and use of these funds; and

7   THAT this application for State CDBG funds meets the requirements
    of low and moderate income benefits for activities justified or
f   benifitting low and moderate income persons and for activities
    justified as aiding in the prevention or elimination of slum and
    blight; and
    THAT the City of Kingman, Arizona will comply with all State CDBG
    program guidelines, Federal Statutes and regulations applicable to
    the State CDBG program and the certifications contained in the
    application.
    PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of 'the City of
    Kingman this   4th day of      August        , 1986.
    ATTEST :                                       APPROVED :

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                                   CITY OF KINGMAN
                               RESOLUTION NO. 1076
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            TEE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: ADOPTING A PIAN
            TO MXNIUIZE DISPLACEMENT AND ASSIST PERSONS
            ACTUALLY DISPLACED AS A RESULT OF ACTIVITIES
            FUNDED IN WBOLE OR IN PART WITH 1986 COMMUNITY
            DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDS.
WHEREAS, the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as
amended by the Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983, Section 104(s)
(2)  (A) and Section 104(j), required that all recipients of
Community Development Block Grant funds develop plans to minimize
displacement and to assist persons actually displaced as a result
of activities funded in whole or in part with CDBG funds; and
WHEREAS, the State of Arizona, Department of Commerce, has
developed a strategy, record keeping requirements and resource
materials to implement such a plan,
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council
of the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby adopt a strategy to
minimize displacement and agree to document all such efforts;
certify that the City of Kingman, Arizona will not initiate any
displacement activity until a source and specific amount of funds
to provide assistance and reasonable benefits to those displaced
has been identified and approved by the Department of Commerce;
Planning Director, Thomas L. Duranceau, to be responsible for
providing counseling and assistance to those displaced, should
such actions be necessary, and adopt the strategy, record keeping
requirements and informational procedures recommended by the
Department of Commerce to insure that assistance and reasonable
benefits are provided to those displaced.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this 4th day of      August          , 1986.
                                         APPROVED:


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                                          CITY OF KINGMAN
                                       RESOLUTION NO.   1077
                   A RESOLUTION BY THE M Y O R AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                   THE CITY OF KING-,    ARIZONA FINDING, PURSUANT
                                              ...
                   TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF A R S     36-1473, THAT A
                   BLIGHTED AREA EXISTS IN THE MUNICIPALITY.
WHEREAS, the State Community Development Block Grant                   Program
provides assistance for eligible activities which aid                  in the
prevention or elimination of slum OF blight; and
WHEREAS, thg State Community Development Block Grant Program
requires that an applicant, requesting funds for an activity that
will aid in the prevention or elimination of slum or blight,                     -
identify a Target Area where such funds will be expended; and
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona is applying for State
Copmmunity Development Block Grant funds for an activity that will
aid in the prevention or elimination of slum or blight.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Kingman, Arizona
finds, pursuant to A.R.S. 36-1473, that the area described:
                   Section 23, Section 24, North half of Section
                   25, Section 19 U.S. Government Lot 13, and
                   Kingman Mercantile Highway Tract 3, all located
                   within Township 21 North, Range 17 West,
                   G.&S.R.B.&M.
and Target Area where State Community Development Block Grant
funded activities designed to aid in the prevention of slum or
blight will be carried out; and
 TEAT the attached map further identifies the Target Area.
 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
 Kingman, Arizona this  4th day of   August              , 1986.
ATTEST:                                                  APPROVED :

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                                        CITY OF KINGMAN
                                     RESOLUTION NO. 1078
                    A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                    THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: COMMITTING LOCAL
                    FUNDS AS LEVERAGE FOR THE 1986 COMUUNITY
                    DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION.
WHEREAS, The City of Kingman, Arizona has adopted Resolution
        05
Number 1 7 which authorizes submission of an application to the
State of    Arizona, Department    of  Commerce for Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for the 1986 program year,
and
WHEREAS, that application indicates that administrative, audit,
and engineering technical support services will be committed by
the City of Kingman, Arizona as leveraged funds, and
WHEREAS, The Commerce 1986 Program Summary requires that all
local leveraged funds or resources be committed in the form of a
resolution by the governing body, and that such a commitment
contain an opinion by the applicant's legal counsel that the
leveraged   funds   represent  a  binding   commitment, legally
enforceable under State laws,
NOW TBEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council
of Kingman, Arizona hereby commit administrative, audit, and
engineering technical support services to the 1986 CDBG program,
and that the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman,
Arizona hereby state that this commitment is legally binding
based on the legal opinion of the City Attorney and such funds or
resources will be subject to an audit at the termination of the
grant.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this 4th day of     August
ATTEST:                                       APPROVED :

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                                   CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO. 1079
             A RESOLUTION BY TEE HAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
             THE   CITY OF    KINGMAN,  ARIZONA   IDENTIFYING
             COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING NEEDS AND
             ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN TO MEET SUCH NEEDS.
WEEREAS, Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of
1974, as amended through the Housing and Urban-Rural Recovery Act
of 1983, states that the primary objective of the Title and of the
community development program of each grantee is the "development
of viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a
suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income...", and
WBEREAS, Section 106(d)(2)(D) requires the Governor of each state
to certify that each unit of general local government to which
funds will be distributed will identify its community development
and housing needs, including the needs of low and moderate income
persons, and the activities to be undertaken to meet such needs.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby state that the community
development and housing needs of the City of Kingman, Arizona,
including the needs of low and moderate income persons are:
1.    Upgrading and new sewerlines
2.    Public park restrooms
3.    Upgrading of existing recreation facilities for southside
4.    Need for a new recreation complex for southside
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona hereby state that the activities
proposed to be undertaken to meet such needs are:
1.    Southside sewers
2.    Hubbs Park restroom
3.    Hubbs and Mohave Park improvements
4.    Land acquisition for southside recreation complex
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona this 4th day of       Auqust        , 1986.
ATTEST:                                   APPROVED:

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                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                           RESOLUTION NO. 1080
          A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
          OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING
          THE SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION FOR TEE
          STATE OF ARIZONA CERTIFIED LOCAL GOVERNHENT
          PROGRAM.
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona is desirous of undertaking
historic preservation activities; and
WHEREAS, the State of Arizona        is administering the Certified
Local Government Program; and
WBEREAS, the State CLG program requires for certification as
Historic Preservation Certified Local Government: The enactment
and enforcement of a historic preservation ordinance, the
establishment of a Historic Preservation Commission with a
minimum of five members, a system of survey and inventory of
historic   properties;    public   participation    in   Historic
Preservation Commission meetings; and review of National Register
nominations; and
WHEREAS, a grantee of State CLG certification is required to
comply with the program guidelines, federal statutes and
regulations.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City
of Kingman, Arizona authorizing application be made to the State
of   Arizona,   Arizona   State   Parks  Board,   State   Historic
Preservation   Office   for   CLG   program   participation,   and
authorizing the Mayor to sign the application documents; and
TEAT this application meets the requirements of: the enactment
and enforcement of a historic preservation ordinance, the
establishment of a Historic Preservation Commission with a
minimum of five members, a system of survey and inventory of
historic    properties;   public   participation    in   Historic
Preservation Commission meetings, and review of National Register
nominations; and
TEAT the City of Kingman, Arizona will comply with all State CLG
program guidelines, federal statutes and regulations applicable
to the State CLG program and the certifications contained in the
application.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of Kingman, Arizona
this   4th day of    Auqust        , 1986.
ATTEST:                                     APPROVED :

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                        CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                           RESOLUTION NO.    01
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          A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA:
          LEVYING UPON THE ASSESSED VALUATION OF THE
          PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF KINGMAN SUBJECT
          TO TAXATION A CERTAIN SUM UPON EACH ONE
          HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00) OF VALUATION
          SUFFICIENT TO RAISE THE AMOUNT ESTIMATED TO
          BE REQUIRED IN THE ANNUAL BUDGET: PROVIDING
          FOR A GENERAL OBLIGATION AND BOND REDEMPTION
          FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING THE 30TH DAY
          OF JUNE, 1987.

WHEREAS, pursuant to A.R.S. #42-304, the City must, by resolution,
levy secondary property taxes for the fiscal year 1986-87 not later
than the third Monday in August; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, as follows:
     Section 1.      There is hereby levied on each one hundred
     dollars ($100.00) of the assessed value of all property,
     both real and personal, within the corporate limits of the
     City of Kingman, except such property as may be by law
     exempt from taxation, a tax rate of 1.1836 for the purpose of
     providing a General Obligation Bond Redemption Fund for the
     interest and principal for the City of Kingman General
     Obligation Bonds for the fiscal year ending on the 30th day
     of June, 1987.
     Section 2.     This Resolution shall be in full force and effect
     from July 1, 1986.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 11th day of     August            , 1986.
ATTEST:                                     APPROVED:

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Dorothy Helmer, Ciky Clerk
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                      CITY OF KINGMAN. ARIZONA
                       ORDINANCE NO. 1082
           A RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
           KINGMAN. ARIZONA RELATING TO THE KAREN AVENUE
           IILPROVEWENT   DISTRICT   8 5-3   APPROVING   THE
           ASSESSMENTS AS MODIFIED AND OVERRULING ALL OTHER
           OBJECTIONS.
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Common Council for the City of Kingman,
Arizona held a public hearing on August 4, 1985 pursuant to A.R.S.
548-590E, for the purpose of hearing and passing upon the
proceedings and    assessments relating to the Karen Avenue
Improvement District 85-3;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved as follows:
     1.    The Karen Avenue Improvement District assessments as
           modified at the August 4th hearing and as shown on the
           attached Exhibit A, are hereby approved.
     2.    All objections to the assessments and to the proceedings
           for the Karen Avenue Improvement District are hereby
           overruled.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this   18th   day of       August    , 1986.
ATTEST :                           APPROVED:

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                                  CITY OF KINGMAN
                                RESOLUTION NO.     03
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                 A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                 THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; SETTING NEW FEES
                 AT KINGMAN MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE; AND AMENDING
                 RESOLUTION NO. 930.
      WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary to change certain fees at the Kingman
      Municipal Golf Course;
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Section F Golf Carts of
 !    Resolution No. 930 is hereby amended to read as follows:

           F.    Golf Carts               Regular         Sinqle rider
                  9 holes                   $    7.00        $4.00
                 18 holes                       12.00         7.50
                 12 - pass ticket book          36.00        ---
                 Availability of carts at discretion of Golf Pro.
           G.    Private Golf Carts
                 There will be a $600.00 annual fee collected for
                 each private cart. This fee covers the owner and
                 immediate family members only. An annual golf pass
                 is also required of the registered owner, other
                 green fees will remain the same.
                      Rider Fees (other than immediate family)
                            9 holes               $3.00
                           18 holes                5.00
      PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
--I   KINGMAN, Arizona, this 18th day of August, 1986.
      ATTEST :                            APPROVED :


                          Clerk
      Dorothy ~elmer,i/City                       Wienke, Mayor
                             CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO. 1084
             A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
             THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA; AMENDING THE GOLF
             COURSE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT WITH PAUL MOWRY AS
             AUTHORIZED BY RESOLUTION NO. 934.
WHEREAS, it is deemed both beneficial and necessary for both the City
and the Golf Professional to amend the Golf Course Management
Agreement authorized by Resolution No. 934; and
WHEREAS, it is provided in Section Two of this Agreement, titled TERM,
that negotiated changes may be made to the Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
City of Kingman, Arizona that the Agreement authorized by Resolution
No. 934 be amended by changes to Section Five, paragraph C, as
outlined in EXHIBIT A, and that the City Manager be authorized to sign
such amendment.
                              (EXHIBIT A)
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona this 18th day of August         , 1986.
ATTEST :                             APPROVED :




                                EXHIBIT A
               GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT Amendment
       It is hereby agreed by the City of Kingman and Paul Mowry that
SECTION FIVE, paragraph C of the the Agreement entered into the 13th
day of June, 1984, is amended as follows:
       SECTION FIVE, C. will read:
           C.   Commissions
           The Professional shall receive commission
           on the following concessions in the
           percentages reflected:
           1.   Green Fees                      20 %
           2.   Motor cart rental fees          20 %
           3.   Driving Range                  100 %
           4.   Food and Bar Concession        100 %
           5.   Golf Pro Shop and Club         100 %
           6.   Club Storage                   100 %
           7.   Hand Cart Rental               100 %
           8.   Golf Lessons                   100 %
           9.   Private cart agreements         40 %
       In Witness Whereof, the parties have executed this Amendment
this        day of             , 1986.
                                       CITY OF KINGMAN
                                       a municipal corporation

ATTEST:                                by:
                                             Louis G. Sorensen City Manager
Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk

                                     Paul Mowry, Golf Professional
STATE OF ARIZONA)
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COUNTY OF MOHAVE)
     Before me personally appeared PAUL MOWRY, who acknowledged to me
that he executed this instrument for the purposes therein contained.
     I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this      day
of          1986.
                                       Notary Public
My Commission Expires:
                          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                           RESOLUTION NO.     1085
               A  RESOLUTION BY THE HAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
               THE CITY OF KINGHAN, ARIZONA SETTING A POLICY
               CONCERNING SMOKING IN COUNCIL CEAMEERS.
     BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
     Kingman, Arizona, as follows:
          1.   Smoking shall be prohibited in Council Chambers whenever
               the Council meetings are in session.
          2.   All committees, commissions or advisory groups under the
               authority of the Common Council of the City of Kingman,
               Arizona are hereby authorized to promulgate rules
               concerning smoking during meetings.
     PASSED AND ADOPTED this   2ND   day of     September   ,   1986.



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           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: AUTHORIZING
           PARTICIPATION IN THE "MAIN STREET" PROGRAM.
WHEREAS, the Arizona Main Street Program has been created to assist
small cities to develop a public-private effort to revitalize their
"Main Street" areas, and five cities will be selected to participate
in the Program in 1986.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, that the City of Kingman apply for selection to
participate in the Arizona Main Street Program with the specific goal
of revitalization of the central business district within the context
of the preservation and rehabilitation of its historic buildings.
Upon selection to the Program, the City of Kingman will follow all
State of Arizona procedures in applying for matching funds to hire a
full-time local Main Street Manager.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 18th day of August, 1986.
ATTEST :                               APPROVED :

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                          CITY OF KINGMAN
                       RESOLUTION NO. 1087
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF XINGMAN, ARIZONA:    APPROVING THE
           CONDITIONAL USE OF A MANUFACTURED HOME AS A
           CARETAKER'S RESIDENCE ON THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY
           DESCRIBED AS: KINGMAN AIR RAIL MANOR, BLOCK D I
           LOT 1, IN THE CITY OF KINGMAN.
WBEREAS, Mr. Alan Dusho, owner of the property, Lot 1, Block D,
Kingman Air Rail Manor, in the City of Kingman, has requested the
use of a manufactured home as a caretaker's residence for the
business known as D 6 D Auto Body located in the C-3 zoning
district; and
WBEREAS, this request was reviewed by the Kingman Planning and
Zoning Commission on 13 August, 1986; and
WHEREAS, the Common Council has the authority to approve this
request pursuant to the City of Kingman Zoning Ordinance #135,
Section XIII.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona, that the conditional use of a
manufactured home as a caretaker's residence be approved with the
following conditions:
1.   The manufactured    home   must     utilize    the   existing    sewer
     system.
2.   This manufactured home must be a 1986 model year, 26' x 68'
     double wide.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this 18th day of   August            , 1986.
ATTEST :                                    APPROVED :
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Dorothy Heldr, City Clerk                 V~erald Wienke, Mayor
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                            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                             RESOLUTION NO. 1088

          WHEREAS, the Kingman Softball Association has contracted
with the City for the concessions at the Centennial Park ball
playing fields for the 1986 Season; and
          WHEREAS, the Kingman Softball Association has requested
amendments to that agreement for the year ending August 31, 1987;
NOW, THEREPORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor is authorized to sign
the amendments attached to this Resolution as Exhibit A.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this         2nd      day of     September             ,   1986.
ATTEST :                                         APPROVED :


                                                 ferald    D. 'Wienke, Mayor
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                                                                         EXHIBIT      A

                          CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                            CONCESSION AGREEMENT
                  VETERANS CENTENNIAL RECREATIONAL COMPLEX
           This    Agreement     between    the    City     of     Kingman      and       the
  Kingman Softball Association, amends the Agreement between the
  parties dated January 24, 1986 relating to the concessions at the
  Centennial ball playing fields.          It is hereby agreed as follows:
  SECTION 1.      The term of the Agreement specified in paragraph (2)
  is hereby amended to begin September 1, 1986 and terminate August
  31, 1987.
  SECTION 2.      Paragraph (3) of the Agreement relating to financial
  consideration shall be amended to read:
           (3) Financial Consideration.
                  In     consideration     for    the     City's    grant       of    this
           non-exclusive       license, the licensee agrees to pay the
           City    the      following   sums as     and     for    the    use    of       the
           property:
           (a)     $18         per day of use payable at end of month
                               (September thru April)
           (b)     $400        per month, payable in advance                  (May thru
                               August )
           (c)         23       percent of gross receipts at end of week
                                Bodily    Injury  and  Property   Damage
                                Liability insurance coverage naming the
                                City as co-insurer with minimum policy
                                limits in the amount of $100,000 per
                                single incident.
           (el     $500         rental deposit payable in advance.
                                               RESOLUTION NO. 1088
                                               Exhibit A       (cont'd)




  SECTION 3.      Paragraph (4)(e) relating to the City's duties and
  obligations is amended to read as follows:
           (e) City shall pay utilities which are directly related
                  to the operation of the snack stand.


  SECTION 4.      Paragraph (5)(a)(iii) relating to Licensee's duties
  and obligations is amended to read:
           iii.   Other times at the direction of the City Manager.


  SECTION 5 .     Paragraph (5)(c) is amended to read:
           (c) Licensee     shall    provide       to   the    City     Manager    a
                  complete menu and price list for his approval prior
                  to opening.   The City Manager shall review the menu
                  for   completeness   and        competitive    pricing.         The
                  approved menu and price list shall be posted for
                  public   review;   and     no    price      changes    shall    be
                  permitted without the City Manager's approval.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on
the       day of                     1986.
ATTEST :                                       CITY OF KINGMAN
                                               a municipal corporation


Dorothy Helmer, City Clerk
                                                  cjLiWaw2
                                               Jpald Wienke, Mayor

                                               KINGMAN SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION


                                               President
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434                       CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                              RESOLUTION NO.     1089
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: AMENDING THE PERSONNEL
            POLICY OF THE CITY OF KINGMAN BY ADDING THE COURT
            CLERK POSITION TO THE SALARY AND COMPENSATION
            SCHEDULE UNDER RANGE 8 AND REMOVING THE ASSOCIATE
            MAGISTRATE POSITION UNDER RANGE 13.
WHEREAS, the Common Council has authority under RULE 111, Section 2,
of the CITY OF KINGMAN PERSONNEL POLICY to amend the POSITION
CLASSIFICATION, SALARY SCHEDULE and COMPENSATION SCHEDULE;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of the
CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, as follows:
A.    That the Salary and Compensation Schedule be amended as follows:
      1.    That the Court Clerk position be added under Range 8.
      2.    That the Associate Magistrate position be removed from
            Range 13.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGAN, Arizona, this 15th day of   September      , 1986.
ATTEST :                                APPROVED :




                         CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                          RESOLUTION NO.   1090
            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            TBE   CITY   OF  KINGIIAN,   ARIZONA,   REPEALING
            RESOLUTION   NO.   975   AND    ELIMINATING   TEE
            IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REVOLVING FUND.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF
KINGMAN, ARIZONA as follows:
       1.   Resolution No. 975 is hereby repealed.
       2.   Any   funds remaining from the Improvement District
            Revolving Fund are hereby transferred to the General
            Fund.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this     6th   day of       October        1 1986
by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
ATTEST:                                          APPROVED:
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Dorothy Helm&jk, City Clerk
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                       CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                        RESOLUTION NO.     1091
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGHAN, ARIZONA, AUTEORIZING TEE
           EXCEANGE OF CERTAIN LANDS.


WHEREAS, Edward M. Nagle has dedicated on April 24, 1986, to the
City of Kingman, Arizona, 2 parcels for use as road right-of-ways
and utility purposes [see Exhibit "A"); and
WBEREAS, the properties were dedicated to the City with the
understanding that portions of City right-of-ways described as:
           That   portion   of   the   Hackberry    Waterline
           Right-of-way, 50 feet wide, Westerly of the most
           Westerly Right-of-way of Stockton Hill Road in
           Government Lot 18, T.21 N., R.16 W., G . 6 S.R.M.,
           Mohave County, Arizona, excepting therefrom the
           Southerly 440 feet of said Government Lot 18.
would be transferred to Edward M. Nagle upon the approval of the
City Staff, Planning and Zoning Commission, and City Council; and
WBEREAS, City Staff and the Planning and Zoning Commission have
approved the transfer of the above-described property subject to
the condition that no development upon the described property
obstruct drainage of flood waters across the property and that no
development upon the property obstruct the access of flood waters
to the three 36'' C.M. pipes crossing Stockton Hill Road and located
adjacent to the described property.
NOW,  R,
     -E         BE I T RESOLVED BY COUNCIL that the City Manager is
authorized to comply with the procedures of A.R.S.S9-407 providing
for exchange of the described property and the Mayor is authorized
to transfer the described property to Edward M. Nagle subject to
the conditions described above.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
Kingman, Arizona, this   15th   day of   September       , 1986.
                                         APPRQVED :



ATTEST :

orothy Helrner, @ity Clerk
C22 091186
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            pq5 950-95/ CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA


            A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
            THE CITY OP KINGMAN, ARIZONA:    VACATING BERK
            AVENUE WEERE IT ABUTS LOTS 19 THROUGH 27 OF
            BLOCK 7 AND LOTS 11 THROUGH 15 OF BLOCK 5 OF
            THE KINGMAN COUNTRY CLUB ADDITION UNIT 1, IN
            THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA.


WHEREAS, Mr. Jerry A. Morris, as agent for Casa Imperial
Associates, has proposed the abandonment of Berk Avenue where it
abuts Lots 19 through 27 of Block 7 and Lots 11 through 15 of Block
5 of the Kingman Country Club Addition Unit 1, in the City of
~ i n g m a n(as per attached map), in order to provide a more orderly
site plan for the development of Cimarron Apartments; and
 WHEFtEAS, this request was reviewed by the Kingman Planning and
 Zoning Commission on September 10, 1986; and
 WHEREAS, the Common Council has the authority to vacate streets;
 and
 WHEREAS, the vacation of this portion of Berk Avenue will leave the
 remaining properties on Berk Avenue with access to public
 right-of-way.
 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY TEE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
 THE CITY OP KINGMAN, ARIZONA, that Berk Avenue abutting Lots 19
 through 27 of Block 7 and Lots 11 through 15 of Block 5 of the
 Kingman Country Club Addition Unit 1,     the City of Kingman, is
 hereby vacated.
 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of
 Kingman, Arizona, this 15th     day of September, 1986.
 ATTEST :                            APPROVED :


 ~zrothyH e M e r , City Clerk
 C22 091186
                                CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO.     1093
             A RBSOLUTION BY TEE M Y O R AND COHUON COUNCIL
             OF TJ3E CITY OF KINGHUJ, ARIZONA, ESTABLISHING
             A POLICY FOR DEFENSE AND INDEUNITY PERTAINING
             TO ACTUAL OR ALLEGED WRONGPUL ACTS BY ELECTED
             OR APPOINTED OFFICIALS AND EliPLOYEES OF TEE
             CITY.
WBgREAS, the Common Council of the City of Kingman desires to
adopt a policy concerning City liability for acts of its elected
officials, appointed officials and employees of the City.
NOW TEEREPORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City
of Kingman as follows:
SECTION 1.        Definitions
In this article, unless the context otherwise requires:
             A.     "Elected Officials'      are    the   Mayor   and   six
                    Councilmen.
             B.     "Appointed Officials" are all persons appointed by
                    the Common Council to any City office.
             C.     "Employee" is a person working for a salary or
                    wages for the City of Kingman but shall not
                    include any person working pursuant to a contract
                    with the City.
             D.     "City" shall be the City of Kingman, a municipal
                    corporation of the State of Arizona.
             E.     "Wrongful Acts" shall mean any actual or alleged
                    error or mistake or act or omission or neglect or
                    breach   of   duty   including   misfeasance,   and
                    malfeasance, and nonfeasance committed by elected
                    or appointed officials or employees in the
                    discharge of     their duties with      the   City,
                    individually or collectively, or any matter
                    claimed against them by reason of thelr being or
                    having been officials or employees of the City.
SECTION 2.        Defense and Indemnity
It shall be the policy of the City to defend any suit against
elected or appointed officials or employees of the City for acts
performed on behalf of the City.      The cost of defense and
indemnity shall be provided for damages on account of wrongful
acts. The City shall make such account of wrongful acts. The
City shall make suck investigations and settlement of any such
claim or suit as it deems expedient.      Where there is other
insurance covering said wrongful acts, the provisions of this
resolution shall be excess.
SECTION 3.        Exclusions
The City shall not be liable to defend or make any payment in
connection with any claim or suit made against elected or
appointed   officials  or   employees  under   the  following
circumstances:
             A.     Where a judgement or other final adjudication
                    adverse to the official and employee shall
                    establish that acts of active or deliberate
                    dishonesty or fraud committed by such officials or
                    employees was material to the cause of action so
                    adjudicated.
             B.     Where the   official or employee gained any personal
                    profit or   advantage to which they were not legally
                    entitled,   including remuneration paid in violation
                    of law as   determined by the Courts.
43s                                       RESOLUTION NO. 1093 Cont'd

              C.   Where the cause of action was based upon or
                   attributable to the rendering or failure to render
                   any opinion, consultation or service if such
                   oplnion, consultation or service was rendered or
                   failed to have been rendered while he or she
                   received compensation from any source other than
                   the City.
              D.   Where the claim or damages arise out of the
                   willful violation of penal statute or ordinance.
              E.   Upon the filing of a criminal complaint or
                   indictment unless the act or omission giving rise
                   to the complaint or indictment was required by or
                   authorized under the official's or employee's
                   duties and responsibilities.
SECTION 4 .

The provisions of this Resolution apply to all elected and
appointed City officials and City employees for their wrongful
acts, except as provided in Section 3 of this Resolution, whether
the claim is filed during or subsequent to the official's or
employee's term of office or employment.
SECTION 5.

This Resolution shall not abrogate any local, State or Federal
laws or regulations.
PASSED AND ADOPTED b
this           day of
                         the             of the
                        & Common Council 1986. City
                          *            ,
                                                          of Kingman,

ATTEST:                               APPROVED :
                                         -7



                                         ald D. Wkenke, Mayor
P&Z/ResOrd3
                               CITY OF KINGMAN
                            RESOLUTION NO. 1094
                                            ON
             A RESOLUTION BY TEE MAYOR AND C - COUNCIL OF
             THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA, ESTABLISHING A
             RISK MNAGEHENT POLICY.
WEBREAS, the Common Council of the City of Kingman desires to
adopt those management practices inherent in a sound risk
management program, and
WHEREAS, Risk Management is defined as the identification,
analysis, and control of loss exposure and the selection of the
most cost effective method of treatment, and
WHEREAS, it is imperative that the Risk Management program be a
cooperative effort of City officers and employees.
NOW TEIEREPORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the following guidelines and
practices shall be established in the Risk Management Program.
SECTION 1.        Purpose
Because of the need to protect the assets of a municipality
against catastrophic loss and the expense involved in such
protection, risk management is an important part of the
management function of the City of Kingman. It is the purpose of
this policy to:
             A.    Clarify risk management objectives of the City.
             B.    Focus attention on risk management practices.
             C.     Increase the appreciation for risk management
                    problems in decision making.
             D.     Specify the responsibility and authority of the
                    Risk Management Director.
SECTION 2.   .    Policy
The Risk Management Program will carry out the following policy
for the City:
             A.     Recognition  -Identify, analyze and evaluate
                    exposure to risks of loss.
             B.     Avoidance - Avoid incurring disproportionate risks
                    in contractual agreements and services offered.
             C.     Loss Prevention - Require careful review of all
                    operations, equipment, facilities and programs to
                    identify potential hazards and to eliminate or
                    reduce risks to their practical minimum.
             D.     Risk Retention - Retain risks under one or more of
                    the following circumstances.
                    1. The potential of loss is small and it can be
                    conveniently treated as a normal operating
                    expense ;
                    2. The cost of insurance or other transfer
                    mechanisms are disproportionately high;
                    3. The potential loss amounts are within the
                    financial ability of the City to retain;
                    4. The probability of occurrence of loss is so
                    remote that the cost of insuring the risk is an
                    unnecessary expense;
                    5.   Insurance is not avaliable.
                                            ORDINANCE NO.    04
                                                            19    (cont'd)
             E.    Transfer - Purchase insurance under the following
                   circumstances:
                    1.   When required by law;
                   2. When the amount of potential loss is too large
                   to be safely retained;
                   3. When the probable annual cost fluctuation is
                   unacceptable and insurance is available on
                   fiscally acceptable terms;
                   4. When insurance can better or more economically
                   provide accessory services required, such as
                   inspection, claims handling, legal qualification,
                   and loss prevention.
             F.    Joint Insurance Transfer and Retention - Combine
                   insurance transfer and retention through the use
                   of deductibles, excess insurance, and other rating
                   plan, where relatively low amounts of risks can be
                   safely retained, or that the prohibitively high
                   costs of full coverage insurance justifies
                   retention.
SECTION 3.        Procedure
             A.    The Risk Management Director will be the City
                   Manager or his Designate.
             B.    The Risk Management Director will provide for the
                   following services:
                    1.   Loss prevention and safety management.
                    2. Evaluation of insurance needs and
                    self-insurance capabilities.
                    3. Risk management consulting services for City
                    activities and departments.
                   4. Investigation and adjustment of claims filed
                   against the City.
                    5. Determine impact of changes in City employee
                    insurance and related benefits programs prior to
                    implementation.
                    6.   Evaluate the need for brokers and agents.
                   7. Monitoring of the industrial medical services
                   provided to the City.
             C.    The Risk Management Director will evaluate and
                   make recommendations on new endeavors of the City,
                   including proposals to abandon existing programs
                   or significantly modify ongoing programs.
             D.     The Risk Management Director will recommend those
                    risks to be assumed, retained or insured, and will
                    recommend selection of agents, brokers,
                    consultants and insurers.
             E.     City employees and supervisors shall cooperate
                    with the City's loss prevention, claims management
                    and risk analysis personnel to minimize risk
                    exposures.
                    Employees noticing potential hazards and unsafe
                    conditions, shall bring the situation to the
                    attention of their supervisor. The supervisor
                    shall bring the situation to the attention of the
                    Risk Management Director for evaluation and
                    direction.
                                                      ORDINANCE NO.     0 4 CF
                                                                       1 9 4@t      'dl

                    F.   City employees shall not discuss claims that have
                         been made against the City without the City
                         Attorney being present.
                    G.   The Risk Management Director shall make annual
                         reports to the City Council of the Risk Management
                         Program, including loss prevention and safety
                         programs, loss data for self-insured programs,
                         premium and loss record for purchased insurance,
                         and other pertinent information in accordance with
                         policies and administrative regulations outlined
                         by the City Manager.
         PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Ma or and Common Council of the City of
         Kingman, Arizona, this &   2
                                    7    day of @ J r -           , 1986.
         ATTEST:                                   APPROVED :



ri        Dorothy Helmer, Civy Clerk
b         C22091586
O * * * *** *** *** *** *** * * *           ***    ***     ***   ***    ***   ***
m
a                               CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
d                               RESOLUTION NO.   1095
                    A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
                    TEE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA AUTHORIZING CITY
                    PARTICIPATION IN A WATERLINE EXTENSION PROJECT
                    ALONG NORTH WILLOW ADJACENT TO LOTS 16 THROUGH 22
                    OF BLOCK 6 KINGMAN AIRPORT TRACT.

                   WHEREAS, on July 31, 1986 and September 25, 1986, the
         Municipal Utilities Commission (MUC) considered a request by Mr.
         Grove for City participation in a waterline extension in North
         Willow Street adjacent to City-owned property, Lots 16 through 22,
         Block 6, Kingman Airport Addition; and
                   WHEREAS, a cost estimate was provided by Mr. Grove
         showing the entire project would cost $6,399, of which the City's
         share would be $3,000; and
                   WHEREAS, the City has budgeted funds for participation in
         waterline extensions; the MUC has recommended to Council that the
         City participate in the cost of the waterline, on the condition
         that the City's participation be 7/15 of the project cost, but no
         more than $3,000.              . .

         BE IT RESOLVED, THEREFORE, by the Mayor and Common Council that the
         City participate in the waterline extension as described above so
         long as the participation is limited to no more than $3,000 and no
         more than the City's share of 7/15 of the project.
         PASSED AND ADOPTED this     6th   day of       October        , 1986
         by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
         ATTEST :                            APPROVED :


         Dorothy ~elmer)/ City Clerk
                                              i
                                                  Jz&uR%-&
                                             J p a l d D. Wienke, Mayor
         C22100186
                            CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                             RESOLUTION NO. 1096
             A RESOLUTION OP TEE MAYOR AND C O M O N COUNCIL OF
             TBE              I-
                  CITY OF K N ,        ARIZONA RELATING TO A
             SBWERLINE EXTENSION EXCEPTION POR LOTS 1 TElROUGH 4
             OF BLOCK 1, BANKS AIRPORT ADDITION.

            WBEREAS, the City of Kingman Sewerline Extension Policy,
  Section I1 adopted October 12, 1982, requires sewerline to be
  placed across the entire frontage of a parcel when extended subject
  to exceptions approved by the City; and
           WEFZEhS, Mr. Walt Bridges requested exception to the
 Sewerline Extension Policy for Lots 1 through 4, Block 1, Banks
 Airport Addition, for the reason that due to the topography, sewer
 service to Lots 11 through 24 of Block 1, Banks Airport Addition
 could not be provided by a sewerline adjacent to Lots 1 through 4,
 Block 1, Banks Airport Addition; and
            WEBRBPoREt after a hearing on September 25, 1986, the
  Municipal Utilities Commission for the City of Kingman agreed that
  extension of the sewerline would serve no useful purpose, and
  recommended to the Council that the exception be granted;
  IT IS. THJZREPORE. RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council that the
  sewerline for Lots 1 through 4, Block 1, Banks Airport Addition
  need not be extended across the entire frontage of the property as
  required by Section 11 of the Sewerline Extension Policy.
  PASSED AND ADOPTED this    6th   day of      October             1986
  by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
  ATTEST :                                      APPROVED :


                4           I
  ~ z r o t h yHelmBr, City Clerk
                                                l,LhdBzd
                                                  /'




                                                       ald D. Wienke, Mayor
  C22100186
***   ***     ***    ***    ***     ***   ***             ***   ***   ***     ***
                             RESOLUTION NO.     1097
             A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
             THE CITY OP KINGUAN, ARIZONA RELATING TO TEE
             BARBER   PAYBACK   AGREEMENT POR   A  WATERLINE
             EXTENSION ON PASADENA.
            WHEREAS, from May 12, 1980 to June 13, 1983, pursuant to
  Resolution No. 740, the City of Kingman Waterline Extension Policy
  required collection under payback agreements of twice the cost of
  line extensions, and
           WHEREAS, a payback agreement, pursuant to Resolution 740,
 was executed on June 23, 1982 between the City of Kingman and Mr.
 Barber for the purpose of reimbursing to Mr. Barber the costs,
 other than Mr. Barber's share, of developing a waterline extension
 on Pasadena Avenue, and
            WHEREAS, Mr. Nugent, the developer of properties adjacent
  to the waterline developed by Mr. Barber, has paid a total of
  $4,115.89 under the payback which is sufficient to satisfy the full
  amount owed to Mr. Barber, and
            WHERBAS, pursuant to the request of Mr. Nugent, and after
  a hearing on September 25, 1986, the Municipal Utilities Commission
  (MUC) has recommended to Council that the remaining amount under
  the payback agreement, i.e. the City's share, be waived.
  BE I T RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council that the amount
  reyzesenting the City's share of the payback agreement executed
  between the City and Mr. Barber pursuant to Resolution 740 is
  hereby waived.
  PASSED AND ADOPTED this L~        day of - &               , 1986 by
  the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
                      CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA
                       RESOLUTION NO. 1098
           A RESOLUTION BY THE M Y O R AND COBWON COUNCIL
           GRANTING A -WATER SERVICB TO UHSUBDIVIDED PARCELS
           IN TEE IYW l/4 OF SBCTION 12. T21N. R17W. 6 &.
           S.R.B. & U.
          WHEREAS, at the September 25, 1986 meeting of the
Municipal Utilities Commission (MUC), Mrs. Evalee Neal requested
water service to unsubdivided parcels A and B of the NW 1/4 Section
12, T21N, R17W, G. 6 S.R.B. & M., and
          WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 9-21 (el, the MUC recommends
allowing water service to the unsubdivided parcels on the following
conditions:
     (11   That 25 feet of right-of-way be dedicated on the north
           side of the parcels to conform to existing dedications on
           El Rancho Road to the east.
     (2) If engineering analysis shows that the existing line is
         inadequate, then Mrs. Neal will pay for the required
         upgrade.
     ( 3 ) Mrs.  Neal will     comply with all other      rules and
           regulations of the Water Department including the payment
           of all required fees.
NOW, TEERJZFVRE, BE I T RESOLVED by the Mayor and Common Council of
the City of Kingman, Arizona that water service be allowed,
pursuant to Chapter 9 of the Kingman Code, for the unsubdivided
parcels described above so long as the conditions recommended by
MUC are met.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this    6th    day of    October        , 1986 by
the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona.
ATTEST :                                APPROVED :


              d   1
Dorothy Helmer/ Citv Clerk
                            CITY OF KINGMAN
                          RESOLUTION NO. 1099
           A RESOLUTION BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF
           THE CITY OF KINGMAN, ARIZONA: AUTHORIZING THE
           SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION AND COMMITTING LOCAL
           FUNDS AS LEVERAGE FOR STATE DEVELOPMENT FUNDS TO
           THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.
WHEREAS, the City of Kingman, Arizona, is desirous of undertaking
community development activities; and
WHEREAS, the State of Arizona is administering the State Development
Fund Program; and
WHEREAS, that application indicates that $10,000 will be committed by
the City of Kingman, Arizona, as leveraged funds and administrative
costs will be leveraged as resources; and
WHEREAS, a grantee of State Development Funds is required to comply
with the program guidelines and State Statutes and regulations.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Comnlon Council of
the CITY OF KINGMAN, Arizona, authorizes application to be made to the
State of Arizona Department of Commerce for State Development Funds,
and authorizes the Mayor to sign application and contract or grant
documents for receipt and use of these funds; and
That the Mayor and Common Council of Kingman, Arizona, hereby commit
$10,000 to the 1986 State Development Fund program,, and that the Mayor
and Common Council of the City of Kingman, Arizona, hereby state that
this commitment is legally binding based on the legal opinion of the
City Attorney and such funds or resources will be subject to an audit
at the termination of the grant.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of the CITY OF
KINGMAN, Arizona, this 6th day of October, 1986.
ATTEST :                                 APPROVED :


                                        p r a l d D. Wienke, Mayor
ResOrd4

				
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