A. Introductory Items
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Observance of a Moment of Silence
3. Roll Call
1. Roll Call
4. Public Comment
5. City Manager Announcements (Item for general announcements and informational items only. No action will be taken on this item.)
6. Approval of the Agenda
B. Consent Agenda
Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
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1. Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
a. New - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2017-133 : FinBomb Sushi Burrito & Poke Bar, Michael Thomas, 681 South Virginia Street - Dining Wine and Beer
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b. New - Gaming
1. BLIC-2017-134 : Winner's Gaming Inc DB at Hard Water House, Robert King, 7689 South Virginia Street, Suite U - Ten Slots
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c. Change of Ownership - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2017-135 : Faces NV, Myron Sidie, 239 West Second Street - Cabaret
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a. LDC17-00029 (Trocadero Room) - JDB
b. Faces NV Occupancy Permit
d. Supplemental - Privileged
1. BLIC-2017-136 : Advanced Gold & Silver, Carlton E. Hull, 430 Stoker Avenue, Suite 100 - Secondhand Merchandise
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2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): LDC17-00049 (Sierra Senior Care PUD Amendment) Request for certification of the amended Sierra Senior Care Planned Unit Development (PUD) Handbook. The ±5.09 acre site is located in the area bounded by Mountain View Drive to the north and Beck Street to the south in the PUD zone. The site has Master Plan land use designations of Mixed Residential (3-21 units/acre) and Urban Residential/Commercial.
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a. Display Maps
b. Prior Approvals
c. Sierra Senior Care PUD Handbook (electronic attachment only; hard copy on file with City Clerk)
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement with Websoft Developers, Inc., for implementation of the Lift Station Maintenance Management System and Sewer Line Maintenance Pilot Study in an amount not to exceed $160,000. (Sewer Fund)
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a. 20171024_agreement_websoft_MMS
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract for the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) Return Activated Sludge (RAS) Pumping Improvements – System 1 Project to K.G. Walters Construction Co., Inc. in an amount not to exceed $2,526,000 with the City of Reno's share being $1,733,593.80. (Sewer Fund)
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5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consulting Agreement for Construction Management Services for the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) Return Activated Sludge (RAS) Pumping Improvements – System 1 Project with HDR Engineering, Inc in an amount not to exceed $296,899, with the City of Reno’s portion being $203,761.78. (Sewer Fund)
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a. RAS Sys 1 CM Agreement
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Authorization to award contract for Entry Level Door Replacement Project at the National Bowling Stadium (NBS) to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder in accordance with competitive bidding laws set forth in Chapter 338 of Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) in an amount not to exceed $120,000 (two-thirds majority voting requirement). (Capital Projects Room Surcharge Fund)
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7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement with MBA Architecture & Interior Design for the National Bowling Stadium (NBS) Phased Entry and Stadium Level Refresh - Phase 3 in an amount not to exceed $350,000 (two-thirds majority voting requirement). (Capital Projects Room Surcharge Fund)
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a. MBA_Consultant Agreement_NBS Phase 3_staff report
b. Second Amendment to Agreement USBC and RSCVA
c. NBS RSCVA
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Award of Contract to Thompson Garage Doors for the replacement of the Regional Aviation Enforcement Unit (R.A.V.E.N.) Helicopter Hangar main overhead door located at the Reno Stead Airport in an amount not to exceed $90,610.70. (Capital Projects Fund - Capital Maintenance and Police Equitable Sharing/Forfeiture Fund)
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a. Bid Summary for Raven Hangar Door 11-15-17
b. Agreement - RAVEN 2005Distributed After Initial Posting
9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Donation from the William N. Pennington Foundation for re-construction work at Traner Pool, located at 1600 Carville Drive, in the amount of $800,000.
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a. Pennington Foundation Grant Agreement
10. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Amended Non-Exclusive Revocable License Agreement for use of portions of Plumas Park by Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Parish Corporation, which provides an extension until June 2023 of the March 13, 2013 Non-Exclusive Revocable License Agreement and increases the license fee from $1,800 to $3,000 annually.
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a. 2013 Non-Exclusive License Agreement-Our Lady of the Snows
b. Snows_License_amended 2018
11. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Donation from the Robert and Dixie Bradshaw Family Trust to support City of Reno homeless housing services and assistance efforts in the amount of $1,000.
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12. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Distribution of formal audit follow up regarding the 17-01 Fleet Operations Audit Report approved March 22, 2017.
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a. 17-01 Fleet Operations Audit - Follow-up Chart_2017_11_15
C. Cash Disbursements
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Cash Disbursement Reports for Oct 22 through Oct 28, 2017.
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a. 20171026 Vendors
b. 20171026 Temp Vendors
D. Proclamations
E. Presentations
1. LimeBike dockless bike sharing program and opportunities in the Reno community - Gabriel Scheer, Director of Strategic Development, LimeBike.
a. E.1 RenoCC_LimeBike_15Nov2017Presented/Distributed at Meeting
2. Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) Quarterly Update on current projects and programs - Lee Gibson, Executive Director, RTC.
3. Update and overview on the action of the Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) decision to expand service into the Verdi area and proposal to acquire certain private utilities, and options related to City of Reno participation in the expansion of utility services into that area - John Enloe, Director of Natural Resources Planning and Management, TMWA.
F. Public Hearings - 1:00 PM (Items scheduled to be heard at a specific time will be heard no earlier than the stated time, but may be heard later.)
1. McCarran/Sutro Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC17-00060 (McCarran/Sutro Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Request for: 1) Master Plan amendment on ±7.61 acres from Mixed Residential to Urban Residential/Commercial and 2) zoning map amendment on ±1.71 acres of Industrial (I) and ±1.66 acres of Multifamily - 21 dwelling units per acre (MF21) to ±3.37 acres of Community Commercial (CC). The site is located on the northeast corner of the North McCarran Boulevard/Sutro Street intersection. This item was continued from the August 9, 2017 and September 13, 2017 City Council meetings.
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a. Display Maps
b. Planning Commission Staff Report
c. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes - July 5, 2017
d. David Kauffmann correspondence received
e. Correspondence re F.1.1 - 08-09-2017
2. 8465 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Case No. LDC17-00060 (McCarran-Sutro Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Resolution to amend Resolution No. 5673 by adopting a change to the Land Use Plan of the Reno Master Plan as approved in Case No. LDC17-00060.
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3. 7035 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. LDC17-00060 (McCarran/Sutro Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.08 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning", rezoning a ±3.37 acre site located on the northeast corner of the North McCarran Boulevard/Sutro Street intersection from ±1.71 acres of Industrial (I) and ±1.66 acres of Multifamily - 21 dwelling units per acre (MF21) to ±3.37 acres of Community Commercial (CC); together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Correspondence re F.1.3 - 08-09-2017
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. ABN17-00004 (Spokane/Morrill Alley Abandonment) Request for the abandonment of a ±20 foot wide by ±175 foot long (±3,493 square foot) section of an alleyway that is located between and parallel to Morrill Avenue and Spokane Street, ±160 feet south of East Fourth Street. The site is located within the Mixed Use/East Fourth Street Transit Corridor (MU/E4TC) zone and has a Master Plan Land Use designation of Special Planning Area/East Fourth Street Transit Corridor.
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a. Display Maps
b. Order of Abandonment
c. Exhibit A - Sanitary Sewer
F Public Hearings - 4:00PM (Items scheduled to be heard at a specific time will be heard no earlier than the stated time, but may be heard later.)
3. StoneGate Master Plan and PUD Zoning Map Amendments
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case Nos. LDC17-00008 and LDC17-00009 (StoneGate Master Plan and PUD Zoning Map Amendments) Request to establish a Planned Unit Development (PUD) on a site that is ±1,737.9 acres in size that includes ±5,000 residential units, associated public facilities, open space and nonresidential development. This request includes: 1) a Master Plan Amendment from ±1,034.93 acres of Industrial, ±238.19 acres of Unincorporated Transition, ±412.34 acres of Single Family Residential and ±52.44 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial to ±41.2 acres of Industrial, ±658.2 acres of Mixed Residential, ±215.2 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial, ±338.1 acres of Single Family Residential and ±485.2 acres of Parks/Recreation/Open Space; 2) a zoning map amendment from ±1,034.93 acres of Industrial Commercial (IC), ±118.59 acres of Unincorporated Transition-40 Acres (UT40), ±412.34 acres of Large Lot Residential - 1 acre (LLR1), ±52.44 acres of Arterial Commercial (AC), and ±119.6 acres of Open Space (OS) to Planned Unit Development (PUD); and 3) tentative approval of the associated PUD Handbook. Four parcels totaling ±1,378 acres in size are located southwest of the US-395/White Lake Parkway interchange, south of the US-395/Frontage Road and east of Sto Lat Lane. Two parcels totaling ±359.90 acres in size are located on the northwest side of the intersection of US-395 and White Lake Parkway. This request is considered a Project of Regional Significance for: (a) housing (exceeds 625 units), (b) traffic (exceeds 6,250 average daily trips), (c) water use (exceeds 625 acre feet per year), (d) sewage (exceeds 187,500 gallons per day), (e) student population (exceeds 325 students) and (f) employment (exceeds 938 employees).
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a. Display Maps
b. Minute Order
c. Exhibit 1 - StoneGate PUD Handbook
d. Exhibit 2 - Engineering Condition of Approval
e. Exhibit 3 - Recommended Conditions
f. Exhibit A - Appendix A - StoneGate Legal Description
g. Exhibit B - Appendix B - Conceptual Drainage Report 2017-0720
h. Exhibit C - Appendix C - Conceptual Sewer Report 2017-0720
i. Exhibit D - Appendix D - Conceptual Water Report 2017-0720
j. Exhibit E - Appendix E - Geotech Report 2016-0711
k. Exhibit F - Appendix F - Traffic Impact Study 7-20 (all)
l. Exhibit G - Appendix G - Cultural Resource Overview
m. Exhibit H - Appendix H - Residential Front Yard Plant List (10 30 17)
n. Exhibit I - Proposed Master Plan Land Use
o. Exhibit J - ReImagine Reno Master Plan Land Use
p. Exhibit K - Planned Improvements Concurrent with StoneGate Phasing
q. Exhibit L - Scaled Monument Sign
r. Attachment A - Planning Commission Staff Reports
s. Planning Commission - September 20, 2017 Meeting Minutes
t. Planning Commission - August 30, 2017 Meeting Minutes
u. Planning Commission - June 29, 2017 Meeting Minutes
v. Correspondence from Greg Ferraro re F.3.1 on 11-15-2017Distributed After Initial Posting
w. Correspondence re F.3.1 on 11-15-17Distributed After Initial Posting
x. Correspondence from McDonald Carano re F.3.1 - 11-15-17Distributed After Initial Posting
y. F.3 City Council StoneGate Presentation 11-15-17 FINAL (2)Presented/Distributed at Meeting
z. F.3.1 correspondencePresented/Distributed at Meeting
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Case No. LDC17-00008 (StoneGate Master Plan Amendment) Resolution to adopt an amendment to the Land Use Plan of the City of Reno Master Plan (Resolution 5673) in Case No. LDC17-00008 (StoneGate Master Plan Amendment) by changing the land use designation on four parcels totaling ±1,378 acres in size located southwest of the US-395/White Lake Parkway interchange, south of the US-395/Frontage Road and east of Sto Lat Lane; and two parcels totaling ±360 acres in size located on the northwest side of the intersection of US-395 and White Lake Parkway, from ±1,034.93 acres of Industrial, ±238.19 acres of Unincorporated Transition, ±412.34 acres of Single Family Residential and ±52.44 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial to ±41.2 acres of Industrial, ±658.2 acres of Mixed Residential, ±215.2 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial, ±338.1 acres of Single Family Residential and ±485.2 acres of Parks/Recreation/Open Space.
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a. Exhibit A - Planning Commission Resolution No. 06-16
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. LDC17-00009 (StoneGate PUD Zoning Map Amendment) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.08 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," (1) rezoning four parcels totaling ±1,378 acres located southwest of the US-395/White Lake Parkway interchange, south of the US-395/Frontage Road and east of Sto Lat Lane and two parcels totaling ±359.90 acres located on the northwest side of the intersection of US-395 and White Lake Parkway from ±1,034.93 acres of Industrial Commercial (IC), ±118.59 acres of Unincorporated Transition-40 acres (UT40), ±412.34 acres of Large Lot Residential - 1 acre (LLR1), ±52.44 acres of Arterial Commercial (AC), and ±119.6 acres of Open Space (OS) to Planned Unit Development (PUD); and (2) tentative approval of the associated PUD handbook; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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G. Ordinances - Adoption
H. Resolutions
1. 8466 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution approving the cost to be assessed in the City of Reno, Nevada 2017 Special Assessment District No. 1, and ordering the City Engineer to prepare and submit a preliminary assessment roll.
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a. 2017 SAD Map
2. 8464 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution of the Reno City Council declaring that tracts of land owned by the City of Reno within the area of downtown bounded by Interstate 80/Ninth Street to the north; Wells Avenue to the east; the Truckee River, California Avenue and Moran Street to the south; and Keystone Avenue to the west; are specially benefited by the downtown Reno Business Improvement District pursuant to NRS 271.040(2); together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Bid Layout and Boundary - V8 - 17 - 10.24
b. City BID Parcels
c. H.2 BID letter of support 11 10 2017 UNRDistributed After Initial Posting
d. H.2 City of Reno Petition PackagePresented/Distributed at Meeting
3. 8463 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution affirming the City of Reno's application for designation as an Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program participant.
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a. Flirtey Support Letter (1)
b. Key Dates FAA Pilot Program
c. Press Release - Final
d. Unpublished FAA UAS Integration Pilot Program - Establishment of Program 11_8_17
e. FAA - Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program - Participant Selection - Screening Information Request - 2017-11-02
f. H.3 Flirtey - City of Reno FinalPresented/Distributed at Meeting
I. Ordinances - Introduction
J. Standard Department Items
City Attorney
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff to repeal Title 8, Chapter 8.10, Section 8.10.100 of the Reno Municipal Code entitled "Registers Open for Inspection"; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion, direction and potential approval of Settlement Agreement between the City, Scenic Nevada, and Lamar Central Outdoor, LLC regarding dismissal of existing litigation, re-issuance of billboard sign permits, and re-issuance of banked receipts issued prior to October 24, 2012.
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a. City Scenic Lamar Settlement Agt 101717 v3
b. Banked Receipt Billboard Settlement Agt 111417Distributed After Initial Posting
Community Development
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff to amend Reno Municipal Code, Title 8, "Public Peace, Safety and Morals", Chapter 8.22, entitled “Nuisances”, to revise nuisance definition and enforcement and adopt special assessments for cost recovery; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff to amend Reno Municipal Code, Title 8, “Public Peace, Safety and Morals”, by adding Chapter 8.38, entitled “Odor Nuisances”; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff to amend Title 4, Chapter 4.04, entitled "General Provisions" of the Reno Municipal Business License Code, Sections 4.04.150 and 4.04.180 to revise standards for license suspension or revocation and duties of licensee; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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City Manager's Office
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, update and potential direction to staff on the proposed Motel Improvement Team (MIT).
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a. MIT Presentation (1) RPD
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, update and potential direction to staff on the proposed Motel Inspection Program (MIP).
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a. Presentation to the Council - Motel Inspection Program
b. J.7 UPDATED PP Motel Inspection ProgramPresented/Distributed at Meeting
8. Presentation and update regarding the Internal Audit 18-01 Management Policies and Procedures Audit Report with management responses.
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a. 18-01 Management Policies and Procedures Audit Report_draft
b. 18-01 Management Policies and Procedures Audit Presentation
Motion
9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and direction to staff regarding the disposition of three parcels of land located south of the ReTRAC train trench from the eastern terminus of Commercial Row under the Wells Avenue Overpass to the Rusty Spike Substation (APN 008-370-33, 011-470-24 and 011-470-25), Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, to the Generator Inc., a Nevada nonprofit for the development of a Community Arts Center and Community Performance Center.
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a. Map of Parcels
b. Generator Capital Campaign and Building Ownership
c. Proposed Site Plan
d. J.9 Generator Phase 2Presented/Distributed at Meeting
K. City Clerk
1. Citizen Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment of one individual to the Downtown Maintenance District Advisory Committee from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Jeffrey Siri.
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a. Downtown Maintenance District Advisory Committee Roster
b. Jeffrey Siri Application -2
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of up to four individuals to the Ward 3 Neighborhood Advisory Board from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Alexsis Adams, Clint Koble, Joseph Rodriguez and/or Victoria Roybal.
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a. Ward 3 NAB Roster
b. Alexsis Adams Application
c. Clint Koble Application
d. Joseph Rodriguez Application
e. Victoria Roybal Application
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of up to two individuals to the Access Advisory Committee from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Pulkit Agrawal and/or Courtney McKimmey.
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a. Access Advisory Committee Roster
b. Pulkit Agrawal Application
c. Courtney McKimmey Application
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment/appointment of: 1) an arts educator, 2) an artist, 3) an architect or designer, and/or 4) a representative of business and the community at large to the Reno Arts and Culture Commission from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Megan Bavaro, Bryce Chisholm, Mercedes de la Garza, Doug Erwin (reappointment), Erik Fong, Allison Harting, Mia Hanak, Jack Hawkins, Baron Hershberger, Remi Jourdan, Colton Morano, Dana Moreland, Margot Murray, Joe Nannini, Maria Partridge (reappointment), Melanie Rudnick, Michael Schneider, Sarah Scott, Cheron Taylor, and/or Jesse Woods.
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a. Reno Arts & Culture Commission Roster
b. Megan Bavaro Application
c. Bryce Chisholm Application
d. Mercedes de la Garza Application
e. Doug Erwin Application (reappointment)
f. Erik Fong Application
g. Allison Harting Application
h. Mia Hanak Application
i. Jack Hawkins Application
j. Baron Hershberger Application
k. Remi Jourdan Application
l. Colton Morano Application
m. Dana Moreland Application
n. Margot Murray Application
o. Joe Nannini Application
p. Maria Partridge Application (reappointment)
q. Melanie Rudnick Application
r. Michael Schneider Application
s. Sarah Scott Application
t. Cheron Taylor Application
u. Jesse Woods Application
v. K.1.4 correspondencePresented/Distributed at Meeting
L. Mayor and Council
1. City Council Comments, including announcements regarding City boards and commissions, activities of local charitable organizations and upcoming local and community events. (Non-Action Item)
2. 8467 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful to offset costs associated with their cleanup programs, including neighborhood, river and open space cleanups in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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3. 8468 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to support the Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows' programming and community involvement initiatives in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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4. 8469 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Northern Nevada HOPES to offset costs associated with their medical care and wellness services in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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M. Public Hearings - 6:00 PM (Items scheduled to be heard at a specific time will be heard no earlier than the stated time, but may be heard later.)
N. Public Comment
O. Adjournment
P. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD - NO ITEMS