City Voting Record


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City Council Votes:

 

Issue Date Jerry Nabours Celia Barotz Eva Putzova Coral Evans Scott Overton Jeff Oravitz Karla Brewster
Urge the United States Congress to pass and support Carbon Fee & Divident legislation 2/2/2016 No Yes Yes Yes No No No
Implementation of the Comprehensive Parking Management program to improve permit parking and signage in the downtown/southside area 2/2/2016 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Approval of Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project Phases I and II 1/19/2016 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Approval of Dew Downtown Winter Festival Street Closures 12/15/2015 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Elimination of Speciality Appointments (highly skilled representation) on four city commissions: the Beautification and Public Art Commission, Heritage Preservation Commission, Open Spaces Commission and Tourism Commission 12/15/2015 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No
Vote to join the pending lawsuit against the state on forbidding cities to enact their own plastic bag bans like Bisbee has done 12/1/2015 No Yes Yes Yes No No No
Requirement of 4 councilmembers to move items from future agenda requests to regular agenda 11/17/2015 Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes
Annex 44 acres as Rural Residential, rezone 48 acres as public utility, and reclassify 29 acres as suburban all located at 3200 W. Route 66 11/17/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
To support legislation that upholds and restores the principle of local government and reinforces the authority of the elected leaders of Flagstaff to respect and protect the priorities of its citizenry and respond to local challenges. 11/17/2015 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Amend city code to increase Cemetary fees by 10% 11/17/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Provide management services to Summit Fire District using the City of Flagstaff Fire Department 11/17/2015 No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Adoption of the La Plaza Vieja Neighborhood specific plan for more public inclusion in land use decisions, preserving the neighborhood character 10/20/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Adoption of Picture Canyon Mangement Plan to properly manage the preserve according to the Open Space Bond 10/6/2015 Absent Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Construction of 65 foot Microwave Radio Tower on McMillan Mesa to replace the currently leased fiber optic network, will be city owned 10/6/2015 Yes Yes Yes Absent Yes Yes Yes
Enactment of FY 2016 Highway Safety Improment Program and the installation/replacement of traffic signs 10/6/2015 Yes Yes Yes Absent No No Yes
Improvement of Street Lighting in support of Dark Sky Association recommendations 9/15/2015 Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Revision of Animal Rights to ban in-city slaughtering, and to decrease pasture requirements 9/15/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Recommend and Outline odor mitigation efforts with Nestle-Purina over dog food factory 9/15/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Improve Sewage and Water piping for Leroux Street 9/15/2015 N/A(Recused) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Installation of Emergency Generator at Fort Tuthill giving Flagstaff increased backup security for water (5 Days) 9/1/2015 Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
Support of the Stepping Up Inititative, aiming to reduce people with mental illnesses in jails 7/21/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Purchase of body cameras and 5 years of storage to oufit every Flagstaff Patrol Officer & Supervisor 7/21/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Approval of final plat covering 18.46 acres on Southwest Corner of Route 66 & 4th Street, disrupting the Urban Trail 6/16/2015 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Defending the City’s right to maintain local control over minimum wages as Arizona voters intended 6/2/2015 No Yes Yes Yes No No No
Allowing to negotiate McMillan Mesa land transfer without protecting taxpayers 6/2/2015 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
In-State Tuition for Dreamers 3/10/2015 No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Opposing Development in Tusayan 3/10/2015 No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Supporting protection of lands around Walnut Canyon  1/20/2015  No Yes  Yes Yes Yes  No Yes