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
7. Approval of Minutes
1. Minutes of Sep 13, 2017 12:00 PM
B. Consent Agenda
Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
documentPrivileged License Staff Report Printout
a. Business_License_Site_Visits_-_Privileged_Business_License_10-11-17
1. Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
a. New - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2017-115 : Plaza Resort Club, LLC, Max Haynes, 121 West Street - Bar and Packaged Beer and Wine
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Second Motion
2. BLIC-2017-116 : Escape Lounge, Michael Boland, 2001 East Plumb Lane - Bar
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3. BLIC-2017-118 : Mendoza's Bar and Grill, Juan Mendoza, 551 East Moana Lane - Dining Wine and Beer
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4. BLIC-2017-119 : Maverik, Inc. #564, Danielle Mattiussi, 480 South Meadows Parkway - Packaged Liquor
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5. BLIC-2017-120 : Piezzetta, Christopher M. Ilardo, 500 North Sierra Street - Dining Wine and Beer
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b. New - Cabaret
1. BLIC-2017-117 : The Library, West Alen Muller, 134 West Second Street - Cabaret
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Section Motion
Third Motion
c. Change of Ownership - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2017-121 : La Famiglia Ristorante Italiano, Nicki L. Shea, 170 South Virginia Street, Suite 101 - Dining Room Alcohol
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d. Supplemental - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2017-122 : The Drive In, Nicole B. Antone, 205 South Sierra Street, Suite 201 - Existing Dining Wine and Beer changing to Dining Room Alcohol
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2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Investment Advisory Services Agreement with Government Portfolio Advisors, LLC for Investment Advisory services for an estimated annual amount of $64,000. (General Fund)
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a. INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICES AGREEMENT 10.11.17 Final
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Waiver and Release Agreement between the City of Reno, Washoe County and High Sierra Industries-Washoe Ability Resource Center, which will terminate the Interlocal Agreement for purchase of real property located at Ninth and Sutro Streets dated December 22, 1980.
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a. WARC Release-Nevada United Industries_FINAL
b. WARC original agreement
c. WARC original agreement
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement for Professional Engineering Design Services with Farr West Engineering for the Central and South Reno Sewer System #5 and #6 Kietzke Lane/Terminal Way area Interceptor Capacity Project in an amount not to exceed $239,680. (Capital Improvement Plan - Sewer Fund)
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a. VM-Staff Report
b. Agreement_Farr West_Interceptor Design
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Dianda Construction, Inc. for improvements to the sixth floor of Reno City Hall in an amount not to exceed $1,475,350. (Building Permit Fund)
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a. Bid Summary for Bid Opening and Award 1506A 6th Floor Remodel_v2
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval to utilize the America Saves Program, Oakland County, MI contract number 003557 with Office Depot for copy, print and design services in accordance with the joinder provision in NRS 332.195 in an amount not to exceed $100,000. (General Fund)
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a. America Saves Joinder 2
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Grant Award from the Department of Veterans Affairs for the Grants for Adaptive Sports Programs for Disabled Veterans and Disabled Members of the Armed Forces Program to continue to provide the Fit but not Forgotten (FBNF) and Military to the Mountains (M2M) Veteran Fitness Classes at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center in the amount of $29,228.
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a. 2018-ASG-18 City of Reno
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Grant Award from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation for expansion of the adaptive equipment rental program for individuals living with spinal cord injuries in the amount of $25,000.
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a. CHNF Grant Agreement
9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval to accept parcels, known as APN 001-375-08 (portion of undeveloped Gulling Road/West Wash Dam), 088-201-46 (located at E. Golden Valley Road and Beckwourth Drive), 025-241-21, 025-241-22,(two vacant lots on Model Way); 002-292-13 (1860 Keystone Avenue), 020-022-05, 020-022-06, 020-022-07, 020-022-08, (239, 241, 245 & 247 Linden Street) 049-360-17 and 049-360-18 (13105 S. Virginia Street) from the Washoe County Treasurer Delinquent 2017 Tax Roll for various City uses.
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a. 001-375-08 - West Wash Dam _Gulling Road
b. 088-201-46 -Drainage System_E Golden Valley Rd and Beckwourth Dr
c. 025-241-21 & 22 - Satellite Maintenance Yard _ Model Way
d. 002-292-13 - Residential Rehab_ 1860 Keystone Avenue
e. 020-022-05 thru 08 - Residential Rehab_Linden Way
f. 049-360-18 & 19 -Residential Rehab_ 13105 South Virginia Street
10. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of endorsement to excess liability insurance policy for coverage of newly acquired vehicles with authorization for the City Manager or designee to execute all documents required and accept the endorsement for insurance coverage on the newly acquired vehicles in the amount of $1,299. (Risk Management Fund)
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a. City of Reno Endorsement #2 added vehicles (1)
C. Cash Disbursements
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Cash Disbursement Reports for Sept 10 through Sept 23, 2017.
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a. 20170915 Temp Vendors
b. 20170915 Vendors
c. 20170922 Vendors
d. 20170922 Temp Vendors
D. Proclamations
1. Proclamation recognizing October 2017 as Fire Prevention Month to ensure the year round safety and security of Reno residents and visitors - David Cochran, Fire Chief, City of Reno.
E. Presentations
1. Presentation of the Reno Police Department’s Medal of Valor to Officer Marshall Eason and the Medal of Meritorious Service to Officer Bryan Schuster for their efforts during an officer involved shooting event; the Medal of Meritorious Service to Officer Ty Trail for efforts during a water rescue; the Lifesaving Medal to Officer Travis Orange for efforts during a fire/CPR event; and the Lifesaving Medal to Officer Ben Lancaster for efforts during a CPR event – Jason Soto, Chief, Reno Police Department.
2. Tiny Homes Village Concept - Sharon Chamberlain, CEO, Northern Nevada HOPES and Pat Cashell, Regional Director, Volunteers of America Northern Nevada. [1:00PM Time Certain]
a. E.2 Biggest Dreams, Tiny Homes power pointPresented/Distributed at Meeting
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. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Case No. LDC18-00002 (Firecreek Crossing Master Plan Amendment) Request for a Master Plan amendment within the Special Planning Area/Convention Regional Center from General Mixed Use to Tourist Commercial. The ±12.2 acre site is located between Redfield Parkway/Kumle Lane and Kietzke Lane, ±450 west of South Virginia Street. The site is within the Mixed Use/Convention Regional Center (MU/CRC) zone.
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a. Display Maps
b. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes - September 6, 2017
c. Planning Commission Staff Report - 09/06/17 Meeting
G. Ordinances - Adoption
1. 6439 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7008 Ordinance to amend Title 5 of the Reno Municipal Code entitled “Privileged Licenses, Permits and Franchises”, by amending Chapter 5.13 entitled “Special Events and Activities”; by amending Section 5.13.040 entitled “Exceptions to permit requirement” to exempt groups that are picketing, assembling and marching on City streets from special event permit requirements and clarifying that notification should be provided to the City to allow the City's closure of streets; and by amending Section 5.13.090 entitled "Application for permit" to delete section (f), to remove the permit requirement for gatherings or marches on city streets, parks or other public property organized as expressive activity related to events occasioned by recently occurring news or affairs; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. City of Reno Free Speech Activity Notification Form
H. Resolutions
1. 8441 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution approving Major Fund Designations for Fiscal Year (FY) 16/17.
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a. Exhibit I Major Funds Calculation
b. Exhibit II Discretionary Funds List FY 17
2. 8442 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Reno Access Advisory Committee Funds to the Sierra Challenge Athletic Association for the Silver State Highrollers Wheelchair Basketball team to defray expenses associated with the yearly tournament and provide limited scholarships in the amount of $4,300. (General Fund)
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3. 8443 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Reno Access Advisory Committee funds to Shakespeare Animal Fund to provide scholarships for disabled persons with sick or injured pets needing veterinary care in the amount of $2,000. (General Fund)
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4. 8444 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution of the City Council of the City of Reno, Nevada, to be provided to the Director of the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, supporting the construction of an affordable housing complex identified as “Sky Mountain by Vintage” (approximately 288 units to be located at the intersection of Summit Ridge Drive and Sky Mountain Drive) and providing other details in connection therewith.
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I. Ordinances - Introduction
J. Standard Department Items
Community Development
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and opportunity to offer comments on a proposed amendment to the Truckee Meadows Regional Plan to remove six parcels totaling ±83.06 acres from the City of Reno’s Sphere of Influence (SOI)/Truckee Meadows Service Area (TMSA) boundary. The subject site is located on the east side of South Virginia Street between Towne Drive and Rhodes Road.
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a. Exhibit A - TMRPA Staff Report to Sponsor Amendment to the Regional Plan
City Manager's Office
2. Presentation and update regarding creation of a Downtown Management Organization and Downtown Reno Business Improvement District (BID), including Draft BID Management Plan, BID map and assessment methodology and approval process timeline - Brad Segal, President, Progressive Urban Management Associates (PUMA).
a. CouncilPresentation BID Oct17 DRAFT Oct01-17 (1)
b. Downtown Reno BID MANAGEMENT PLAN SUMMARY DRAFT Oct01-17
c. Bid Layout and Boundary - V7 - 17 - 10.02
d. BID Assessment - Top 30 Assessments - 17 - 10.02
e. BID Assessment - Parcel Group Summary - 17 - 10.02
f. J.2 NEW CouncilPresentation BID Oct17 DRAFT Oct09-17Presented/Distributed at Meeting
3. 1035 East Eighth Street Property
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Public Hearing on the approval of an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Reno and the Reno Housing Authority to convey, without charge, the city-owned property located at 1035 East Eighth Street, Reno, Nevada to provide affordable housing; adopt City Council Resolution approving the Interlocal Agreement to convey, without charge, the city-owned property located at 1035 East Eighth Street, Reno, Nevada to the Reno Housing Authority of the City of Reno to provide affordable housing pursuant to NRS 277.050 – 277.053; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Aerial Photo
b. Interlocal Agg (10-2)
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution approving the Interlocal Agreement to convey, without charge, the city-owned property located at 1035 East Eighth Street, Reno, Nevada to the Reno Housing Authority of the City of Reno to provide affordable housing pursuant to NRS 277.050 – 277.053; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
documentResolution Printout
a. Interlocal Agg (10-2) (1)
K. City Clerk
1. Citizen Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of two individuals to the Recreation and Parks Commission from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Susan Burkhamer, Michael Ginsburg, Eric Highley, Erik Jimenez, Margot Murray or Rebecca Pairis.
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a. Recreation & Parks Commission Roster
b. Susan Burkhamer Application
c. Michael Ginsburg Application
d. Eric Highley Application
e. Erik Jimenez Application
f. Margot Murray Application
g. Rebecca Pairis Application
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of five individuals to the Ward 3 Neighborhood Advisory Board from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Edgar Gonzalez, Clint Koble, Don McHenry, Gerry Mifsud and/or Joseph Rodriguez.
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a. Ward 3 NAB roster
b. Edgar Gonzalez Application
c. Clint Koble Application
d. Don McHenry Application
e. Gerry Mifsud Application
f. Joseph Rodriguez Application
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. 8445 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Northern Nevada Literacy Council to support their mission to provide classes and programs to improve educational and occupational skills for residents in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
documentResolution Printout
3. 8446 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Holland Project to support its educational workshops and community projects for youth and young adults in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
documentResolution Printout
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.)
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC18-00001 (High Desert Truss & Lumber) Appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of a special use permit to: 1) allow for an outdoor manufacturing, processing, assembly, or fabrication facility within the Industrial (I) zone; and 2) allow for a nonresidential facility on a site exceeding one acre within 300 feet of residentially zoned property. The ±9.13 acre site is located ±165 feet south of Parr Boulevard, ±200 feet east of its intersection with Parr Circle (500 East Parr Boulevard). The site has a Master Plan Use designation of Industrial. The appeal was brought by Councilmember Paul McKenzie, and possible action by the Council could be to either affirm, modify, or reverse the approval and if approval is reversed the Council may directly deny the special use permit or remand back to the Planning Commission.
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a. Display Maps
b. Decision Letter from the September 6, 2017 Planning Commission Meeting
c. Appeal Letter for LDC18-00001 (High Desert Truss & Lumber)
d. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes - September 6, 2017
e. Planning Commission Staff Report
f. M.1 PC Powerpoint - High Desert Truss LDC18-00001Presented/Distributed at Meeting
Second Motion
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC17-00070 (CVS – 1250 West Seventh Street) Appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of a special use permit to: 1) construct a ±9,516 square foot drug store with a drive-thru pharmacy and a temporary pharmacy trailer within 300 feet of a residentially zoned property; and 2) allow hours of operation between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The ±2.79 acre site is located on the southeast corner of Elgin Avenue and West Seventh Street within the Community Commercial (CC) zone. The site has a Master Plan land use designation of Urban Residential/Commercial. The appeal was brought by Kaempfer Crowell, and possible action by the Council could be to either affirm, modify, or reverse the Planning Commission decision and if the decision is to reverse the Council may directly approve or deny the special use permit or remand back to the Planning Commission.
documentStaff Report Printout
a. Display Maps
b. Appeal Letter for LDC17-00070 (CVS -1250 W 7th Street) 10-11-2017
c. Planning Commission Approval Letter
d. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes - September 6, 2017
e. Planning Commission Staff Report
f. Correspondence re M.2 on 10-11-2017Distributed After Initial Posting
g. M.2 Correspondence - John KrmpoticDistributed After Initial Posting
N. Public Comment
O. Adjournment