A. Introductory Items
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
1. Roll Call
3. Public Comment
4. Approval of the Agenda
B. Public Hearings - 10:00 AM (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): LDC19-00022 (Steamboat Repower Project) Request for special use permit for a facility that manufactures, processes, transfers, or stores hazardous substances (normal pentane, technical grade). The ±112.54 acre site is located ±2,000 feet southeast of the intersection of Wedge Parkway and Mount Rose Highway. The site is located within the Mixed Use/Redfield Regional Center/Transitional Mixed Use (MU/RRC/TMU) zone and has a Master Plan land use designation of Suburban Mixed-Use (SMU). The site is also located within the Cooperative Planning Area (CPA) overlay district. This request is considered a Project of Regional Significance. If the SUP is approved, Council sponsorship of an amendment to Map 9 of the 2012 Truckee Meadows Regional Plan to establish a regional utility site in association with a substation is requested.
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a. Planning Commision Staff Report
b. Display Maps
c. B.1 Memo LDC19-00022 Steamboat Repower ProjectDistributed After Initial Posting
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. ABN18-00010 (West Street and Arlington Avenue Alley Abandonment) Request for the abandonment of a ±20 foot wide by ±301 foot long (±6,020 square foot) portion of a public alley right-of-way. The requested abandonment area is between and parallel to North Arlington Avenue to the west and West Street to the east and is located to the north of West Third Street and to the south of West Fourth Street. The abandonment area has a zoning designation of Mixed Use/Downtown Regional Center/Entertainment District (MU/DRRC/ENT) and has a Master Plan Land Use designation of Downtown Mixed Use (DT-MU). This item was continued from the February 13, 2019 City Council meeting.
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a. Display Maps
b. Exhibit 1 - Legal Descriptions & Maps for Abandonment Order
c. Exhibit A - Participating Adjacent Properties
d. Exhibit B - Resultant Parcels
e. Exhibit C - Tract Maps 94 & 95
f. Exhibit D - Agency Comments
g. Exhibit E - City of Reno Facilities Map
h. Exhibit F - Public Input
i. Exhibit G - NAB Comments
j. B.2 ABN18-00010 Correspondence (2-27-19) (1)Distributed After Initial Posting
k. B.2 ABN18-00010 Correspondence #2Distributed After Initial Posting
3. Sierra Manor Master Plan Amendment and Zoning Map Amendments
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC19-00016 (Sierra Manor Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Request for: 1) a Master Plan amendment from ±1.97 acres of Large-Lot Neighborhood (LL) and ±1.93 acres of Suburban Mixed-Use (SMU) to ±3.90 acres of Mixed Neighborhood (MX); and 2) a zoning map amendment from ±1.97 acres of Large Lot Residential - 1 Acre (LLR1) and ±1.93 acres of Mixed Use/South Virginia Street Transit Corridor (MU/SVTC) to ±3.90 acres of Single-Family Residential – 4,000 square feet (SF4). The subject site includes three adjacent parcels located on the south side of Holcomb Ranch Lane, ±645 feet west of South Virginia Street. All three parcels are located within the Cooperative Planning Area (CPA) overlay zoning district.
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a. Display Maps
b. Planning Commission Staff Report - January 16, 2019
c. Planning Commission Draft Meeting Minutes - January 16, 2019
d. B.3 Branchcomb correspondenceDistributed After Initial Posting
2. 8632 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC19-00016 (Sierra Manor Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Resolution to adopt an amendment to the Land Use Plan of the City of Reno Master Plan in Case No. LDC19-00016 (Sierra Manor Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) by changing the land use designation on the property generally located on the south side of Holcomb Ranch Lane, ±645 feet west of South Virginia Street from ±1.97 acres of Large-Lot Neighborhood (LL) and ±1.93 acres of Suburban Mixed-Use (SMU) to ±3.90 acres of Mixed Neighborhood (MX).
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3. 7127 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. LDC19-00016 (Sierra Manor Master Plan and Zoning Map Amendments) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.08 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," rezoning a ±3.9 acre site located on the south side of Holcomb Ranch Lane, ±645 feet west of South Virginia Street from ±1.97 acres of Large Lot Residential - 1 Acre (LLR1) and ±1.93 acres of Mixed Use/South Virginia Street Transit Corridor (MU/SVTC) to Single-Family Residential – 4,000 square feet (SF4); together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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4. Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC18-00077 and LDC18-00078 (Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center MP and PUD ZM Amendments) Request to establish a Planned Unit Development (PUD) on a ±22.2 acre site which would allow for the development of a hospital, medical and professional offices, and other associated uses. This request includes: 1) a Master Plan amendment from Mixed Employment (ME) to Public/Quasi Public (PQP); 2) a zoning map amendment from Industrial Commercial (IC) to PUD; 3) tentative approval of the associated PUD Handbook; and 4) possible approval of a Fire Equipment Agreement between Universal Health Services, Inc. and the City of Reno for the purchase of a ladder truck (estimated cost of $1.5 million). The site is bounded by Longley Lane to the west, Double R Boulevard to the east and Innovation Drive to the south. This request is considered a Project of Regional Significance for: (a) employment (exceeds 938 employees), (b) traffic (exceeds 6,250 average daily trips), and c) sewage (exceeds 187,500 gallons per day).
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a. Display Maps
b. PC Recommended Modifications to PUD Handbook (PC Report Exhibit C)
c. Planning Commission Minutes - December 19, 2018
d. Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center Fire Equipment Agreement - DRAFT
e. Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center PUD Handbook - February 11, 2019 DRAFT
f. Appendix A - Transportation Impact Study
g. Appendix B - Preliminary Hydrology Report
h. Appendix C - Preliminary Sewer Report
i. Appendix D - Legal Description
j. Appendix E - FAA Approval Letters
k. Appendix F - Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment
l. Appendix G - Wetlands and Waters of the U.S. Assessment
m. Minute Order - 2-27-19
n. December 19, 2018 Planning Commission Staff Report
o. B.4.1 SierraMCPresented/Distributed at Meeting
p. B.4 Krmpotic correspondenceDistributed After Initial Posting
q. B.4 Reno Corporate Center correspondenceDistributed After Initial Posting
r. Map RCC Development @ Longley & RR 2.22.19Distributed After Initial Posting
2. 8633 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Case No. LDC18-00077 (Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center Master Plan Amendment) Resolution to adopt an amendment to the Land Use Plan of the City of Reno Master Plan (Resolution 8475) in Case No. LDC18-00077 by changing the land use designation on property that is bounded by Longley Lane to the west, Double R Boulevard to the east and Innovation Drive to the south from Mixed Employment (ME) to Public/Quasi-Public (PQP).
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3. 7128 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. LDC18-00078 (Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center PUD Zoning Map Amendment) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.08 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," rezoning a ±22.2 acre site on a site bounded by Longley Lane to the west, Double R Boulevard to the east and Innovation Drive to the south from Industrial Commercial (IC) to PUD; and tentative approval of the associated PUD Handbook; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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5. 7129 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. TXT19-00001 (Drive-Through Facility Signs) Ordinance to amend Reno Municipal Code Title 18 “Annexation and Land Development” Chapter 18.16 “Signs,” Section 18.16.203 “Exempted On-Premises Permanent Signs,” and Chapter 18.24 “Rules of Measurement and Definition,” Section 18.24.203.4570 “Sign,” in order to identify specific standards and exemptions for drive-through lane signs; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Planning Commission Staff Report - January 16, 2019
b. Planning Commission Draft Meeting Minutes - January 16, 2019
c. PowerPoint - Drive-through_Signs
d. B.5 TXT19-00001 Correspondence (2-27-19) (2)Distributed After Initial Posting
6. 8639 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Potential adoption of City Resolution and Public Hearing and potential approval by City and Agency governing bodies of a proposed option agreement giving Jacobs Entertainment Inc., or its assignee, an option for two years to purchase property jointly owned by the City and Agency located at 290 Keystone Avenue (APN 011-640-02), Reno, Nevada. The proposed option fee is $10,000 for the first year and $15,000 for the second year (to be applied to purchase price), and if the option is exercised, the proposed purchase price of the property would be the greater of $13 per square foot or appraised value of the property at the time the option is exercised and, the Buyer must combine the property with two adjacent parcels and construct at least a 100 unit multifamily housing building within certain time frames. To accommodate the option/sale, there may be a transfer of co-tenancy rights from the Agency to the City or vice versa. This item relates to Item L.5.1 on the Redevelopment Agency Board agenda.
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a. Option Agreement
b. Aerial Map
7. 301 State Street Fair Market Value and Sale Terms
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): (1) Public Hearing to determine “fair market value” of a parcel of land located at 301 State Street, Reno, Nevada known as Assessor Parcel Number 012-131-01 (appraised at $180,000 if there is a covenant restricting six apartments to a below market rent); (2) Approval of the terms of a sale of the Property to Elmwood Properties LLC, a Nevada limited liability company for the approved fair market value under a “Disposition and Development Agreement for Economic Development/Workforce Housing Project (301 State Street)” ("DDA"); (3) Adoption of Resolution determining that is in the best interest of the public to sell the Property under NRS 260.063 without first offering it to the public, and authorizing the City Manager to finalize and approve the DDA.
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a. State Street Addendum - Restrictive Covenant
b. State Street Appraisal - No Restrictions
c. Presentation from April 25, 2018 Council Meeting
d. 301 State St parcel map
e. Mill State Site Schematic 4-16-18
f. DDA V4 (2-14-2019)
g. B.7 State Street Correspondence (2-27-19)Distributed After Initial Posting
2. 8634 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution of the Reno City Council pursuant to NRS 268.063 declaring that it is in the best interest of the public to sell a parcel of land located at 301 State Street (APN 012-131-01) to Elmwood Properties LLC, a Nevada limited liability company under a Disposition and Development Agreement for Economic Development/Workforce Housing Project for its fair market value but without offering it to the public.
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C. Consent Agenda
Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
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a. Business_License_Site_Visits_-_Privileged_Business_License_2-27-19Distributed After Initial Posting
1. Approval of Privileged Business Licenses
a. New - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2019-21 : JB Liquor & Smoke, Rupinder Kaur, 1086 South Virginia Street - Packaged Alcohol
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2. BLIC-2019-22 : Flutes, Joseph Heider, 539 I Street, Sparks - Alcohol Catering
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3. BLIC-2019-23 : Good Hops, William Cooke, 250 Evans Avenue, Suite 202 - Bar
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4. BLIC-2019-24 : Fat Cat Bar & Grill, Clinton Peetz, 1401 South Virginia Street - Bar
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b. New - Cabaret
1. BLIC-2019-25 : Shim's Surplus Supplies, Zachary Cage, 125 West Third Street - Cabaret
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c. New - Privileged
1. BLIC-2019-26 : Rack N Roll Billiards, Skylar Pitts, 1480 La France Lane - Second Hand Merchandise Sales
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d. Change of Ownership - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2019-27 : Imperial Bar and Lounge, Bryan Wright, 150 North Arlington Avenue - Bar
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2. BLIC-2019-28 : Rickshaw Sushi, Roseanna Li, 7485 Longley Lane, Suite A - Dining Wine and Beer
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3. BLIC-2019-29 : Square One Eatery, Jesus Gutierrez, 1771 Valley Road - Dining Wine and Beer
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a. LDC19-00008 (Silver State Eatery) - HRM
4. BLIC-2019-30 : 250 Lounge, William Cooke, 250 Evans Avenue, Suite 203 - Cabaret
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5. BLIC-2019-31 : Bugsy's Sports Bar and Grill, William Cooke, 250 Evans Avenue, Suite 201 - Bar
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e. Supplemental - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2019-32 : Rick's, David Smith, 1305 North Virginia Street - Dining Room Alcohol
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2. BLIC-2019-33 : The Growler Guys, James Neighbors, 7530 Longley Lane, Suite 106 - Dining Wine and Beer with Packaged Beer and Wine
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f. Supplemental - Gaming
1. BLIC-2019-34 : Sartini Gaming, LLC dbat Carl's Pub, Sean T. Higgins, 3310 South Virginia Street - 11 Slots
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2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential action to approve a Nevada State Importer/Wholesaler Liquor License application for Alex McGinley, NV Distributors, LLC located at 3515 Airway Drive, Suite 210, Reno, Nevada (APN 025-470-66) and if approved, authorize the Mayor and Council to sign the Nevada State Liquor License Application.
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a. Attachment A - NSLL Application
b. Attachment B - Notice Waiver_2-27
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of modifications to the Parking Agreement between the City of Reno and Our Lady of Snows Catholic Parish Corporation as required by the conditions of approval for Case No. ABN18-00005 (Wright Street Abandonment).
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a. Exhibit A - Proposed Modifications to Parking Agreement
b. Exhibit B - Clerk's Letter for ABN18-00005 (Wright Street Abandonment)
c. Exhibit C - 2018 Traffic Study
d. Exhibit D - Neighborhood Meeting Letter
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): LDC18-00079 (Coyote Crossing Master Plan Amendment) Certification of the Coyote Crossing Master Plan amendment.
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a. Resolution No. 8586
b. Regional Planning Commission Approval Letter
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Research Agreement between the City of Reno, on behalf of the Reno Police Department and Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) on behalf of the University of Nevada, Reno to assist in the development and implementation the Comprehensive Opioid Site Based Grant Program and conduct an evaluation of the program, in an amount not exceed $150,000. (COAP Grant Funds)
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a. UNR RPD Agreement Barthe Part Ex
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Contract for services between the City of Reno, on behalf of the Reno Police Department and Quest Counseling and Consulting, Inc., in an amount not exceed $105,000 to provide treatment with clients with opioid addiction pursuant to the requirements of the Comprehensive Opioid Site Based Grant Program. (COAP Grant Funds)
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a. Consultant CONTRACTek - COAP Grant Award
b. Quest Attachment A SOW
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Research Agreement between the City of Reno Police Department and Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) on behalf of the University of Nevada, Reno to complete a required component of the FY 18 Strategies for Policing Innovation (SPI) project: SPI Research Agreement in an amount not exceed $279,720. (SPI Grant Funds)
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a. SPI_RPD Barthe Agreement_Part Ex
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Bruce Purves Construction for the First Floor Restroom facilities at City Hall in an amount not to exceed $306,368. (Capital Improvement Plan - General Capital Projects Fund)
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a. E100174 - Bid Summary for Bid Opening and Award_STAFF REPORT
9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Q&D Construction, Inc. for the City of Reno Parking Garage Sixth Floor Repairs Project (concrete repairs, patching and surface overlay) in an amount not to exceed $790,000. (Capital Improvement Plan - General Capital Projects Fund)
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a. City Hall Parking 6th Floor - Bid Summary
10. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval to utilize the Sourcewell (NJPA) RFP #121715 for flooring with related equipment, products, supplies, installation, and services awarded to Shaw Industries, Inc. Contract #121715-SII in its entirety in accordance with NRS 332.195 in an amount not to exceed $110,000. (two-thirds majority voting requirement) (Capital Projects - Room Surcharge Capital Fund)
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11. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Q&D Construction, LLC for the Gordon Avenue and Marsh Avenue (Southwest Area) Neighborhood Street Project in an amount not to exceed $3,786,000. (Street and Sewer Funds)
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a. Pedestrian Ramp Location Map
b. 2019 Gordon Vicinity Map
c. Bid Summary_Staff Report
12. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement for Construction Services with Farr West Engineering for the Gordon Avenue and Marsh Avenue (Southwest Area) Neighborhood Street Project in an amount not to exceed $331,690. (Street and Sewer Funds)
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a. 2019 Gordon Vicinity Map
b. Farr West Agreement
13. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of the Cooperative (Local Public Agency) Agreement for Peckham Lane Pedestrian Path between the City of Reno and the State of Nevada Department of Transportation.
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a. Vicinity Map
b. NDOT Agreement
c. Memo to Council with additional informationDistributed After Initial Posting
14. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consulting Agreement with Brown and Caldwell (B&C) for Engineering Services for the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) Dewatering System Improvements Project in an amount not to exceed $143,259 with Reno's share being $98,318.65. (Sewer Fund)
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a. Dewatering Pilot B&C Agreement
15. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Award of the 2019 Sewer Maintenance and Repairs Contract to Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $664,107. (Sewer Fund)
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a. Sewer Maintenance Bid Summary
b. Sewer Maintenance Vicinty Map
16. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval to enter into contract with Tiburon, Inc., and approval to contract staffing services from TEKSystems for the completion of the National Crime Statistics Exchange project in an amount not to exceed $568,044. (Reimbursed through State of Nevada, Department of Public Safety Grant, CFDA #16.734)
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a. Grant Award
b. 2017_OCJA_Application_Section_III_Budget RENO Update - 0501 (1) - 070918
c. NIBRS City of Reno - UCR to NIBRS (1)
17. 8635 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution prohibiting the payment of sub-minimum wages for persons with disabilities in all contracts when the City of Reno is a party to the contract.
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a. C.11 Correspondence from UCP
b. C.17 Minimum Wage Correspondence (2-27-19) (1)Distributed After Initial Posting
18. 8636 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the University of Nevada, Reno Foundation for Public Relations Student Society of America Nevada Chapter scholarships at the Reynolds School of Journalism in the amount of $1,125. (General Fund)
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D. Department Items
Public Works
1. Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) update on the Virginia Street/Midtown Project - Lee Gibson, Executive Director, RTC.
a. D.1 Virginia Street_PPT_Reno.2019 02 27Presented/Distributed at Meeting
2. Nevada Department of Transportation Spaghetti Bowl Project
1. Presentation by Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) on the Reno Spaghetti Bowl Project.
a. COR - Spaghetti Bowl DEIS Comments
b. DEIS Comment Responses Matrix
c. NDOT Spaghetti Bowl power point
2. 8637 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution supporting the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) project known as "Reno Spaghetti Bowl Project."
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City Manager's Office
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff regarding Reno Fire Department's staffing levels and authorization to submit an application for a FY 2018 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant to the federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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a. D.3 RFD Staffing Update and SAFER Grant Application PresentationPresented/Distributed at Meeting
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation and discussion regarding the Internal Audit 18-04 Special Events Audit Report.
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a. Special Events Audit Report_draft
b. Special Events Audit Presentation (1)Presented/Distributed at Meeting
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential direction to staff regarding possible disposition of the City owned parcel located at 705 N. Virginia Street (APN 007-214-26), Reno, Nevada which could include ordering an appraisal and initiating public hearing proceedings to sell the property to the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education to acquire the property on behalf of the University of Nevada, Reno for relocation of a private business near the University.
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a. Letter of Interest
b. Aerial Map
6. 8638 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential approval of Resolution declaring intention to lease, for $1 per year, the City owned real property known as Southside School, located at 190 East Liberty Street, Reno, Nevada, to the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education on behalf of the University of Nevada, Reno and to provide notice to public to attend the public meeting of City Council on March 13, 2019, to provide any objections to such lease as required by NRS 277.050; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Letter of Interest
b. Draft Lease Agreement
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Potential direction to staff to negotiate an agreement regarding a request from the owner of the Elm Estate and the River West Resort for the potential acquisition of all or part of adjacent, city-owned surplus property (APN 010-610-01, 010-610-02, 010-610-03, 010-610-16). This item relates to Item L.7 on the Redevelopment Agency Board agenda.
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a. Chism Street Aerial 2
b. Chism Street Aerial 1
c. Site MapDistributed After Initial Posting
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Settlement and Restructuring Agreement (Reno Aces Stadium) releasing the Developer from any past, present or future development claims or rights the City or Agency has under the Retail DDA relating to the Evans Site (427 Evans Avenue APN 007-315-04). This item relates to Item L.8 on the Redevelopment Agency Board agenda.
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a. 427 Evans Request for Removal - Fennemore Craig
b. 427 Evans Aerial
c. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement (Reno Aces Stadium) - Amendment 1
d. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement - Res. No. 7809 (City)
e. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement - Res. No. 216 (Agency)
9. Update, discussion and potential direction to staff regarding the 2019 Session of the Nevada Legislature. (For Possible Action)
E. Ordinances - Introduction
F. Ordinances - Adoption
1. 6501 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7076 Ordinance creating the City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1; ordering the acquisition and improvement of four street projects consisting of 14 street segments within the City of Reno, Nevada; providing for the levy and collection of special assessments therefore; ratifying, approving and confirming all action previously taken by the City Council of the City of Reno and the officers of said city directed toward the acquisition and improvements of said projects in the district; prescribing details in connection therewith; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Ordinance with corrected dateCorrected Item
2. 6502 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7077 Ordinance to repeal Title 8, Chapter 8.08 “Offenses Against Persons,” Section 8.08.020 of the Reno Municipal Code entitled “Battery,” and Title 8, Chapter 8.08 “Offenses Against Persons,” Section 8.08.022 of the Reno Municipal Code entitled “Penalties”; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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3. 6503 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7075 Case No. LDC19-00019 (Pecetti Place) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.08 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," rezoning a ±5.99 acre site located at 9300 Gateway Drive, ±320 feet east of the intersection of Gateway Drive and Offenhauser Drive from Professional Office (PO) to Multifamily - 30 dwelling units per acre (MF30); together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Display Maps
G. City Clerk
1. Elected Official Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Council Appointments from the following pool of Mayor and Council Members: Jenny Brekhus, Oscar Delgado, Naomi Duerr, Neoma Jardon, Devon Reese, Hillary Schieve, and/or Bonnie Weber, to each of the following openings for Public Bodies including Boards, Commissions, Districts, Subcommittees and other Public Groups: Capital Projects Surcharge Advisory Subcommittee, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Subcommittee, Community Homelessness Advisory Board, National League of Cities - Board of Directors, National League of Cities, Oversight Panel for School Facilities, Regional Planning Governing Board, Regional Transportation Commission, Sierra Arts Foundation, Washoe County Stadium Authority, and Truckee Meadows Water Authority.
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Council Appointments to Vacant Boards and Commissions
H. Mayor and Council
1. City Council Comments, including announcements regarding City boards and commissions, activities of local charitable organizations and upcoming local community events. (Non-Action Item)
I. 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.)
J. Public Comment
K. Adjournment
L. REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD
1. Roll Call
2. Public Comment
3. Approval of the Agenda
4. Approval of Minutes
1. Minutes of Dec 12, 2018 10:00 AM
5. Public Hearings - 10:00 AM (Items scheduled to be heard at a specific time will be heard no earlier than the stated time, but may be heard later.)
1. 10019 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Potential adoption of City Resolution and Public Hearing and potential approval by City and Agency governing bodies of a proposed option agreement giving Jacobs Entertainment Inc., or its assignee, an option for two years to purchase property jointly owned by the City and Agency located at 290 Keystone Avenue (APN 011-640-02), Reno, Nevada. The proposed option fee is $10,000 for the first year and $15,000 for the second year (to be applied to purchase price), and if the option is exercised, the proposed purchase price of the property would be the greater of $13 per square foot or appraised value of the property at the time the option is exercised and, the Buyer must combine the property with two adjacent parcels and construct at least a 100 unit multifamily housing building within certain time frames. To accommodate the option/sale, there may be a transfer of co-tenancy rights from the Agency to the City or vice versa. This item relates to Item B.6 on the City Council agenda.
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a. Option Agreement
b. Aerial Map
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential direction to staff regarding possible disposition of Agency public parking lot located at 0 West Second Street (APN 011-026-03), Reno, Nevada, including a possible lease with option to purchase to Jacobs Entertainment, Inc. for redevelopment purposes, or selling the property at public auction or for fair market value, or soliciting requests for proposal to sell/lease the property under a redevelopment agreement; or leaving the property as a public parking lot. This item was continued from the December 12, 2018 City Council meeting.
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a. Letter Re 0 West Second Street Reno NV APN 011-026-03
b. Aerial Map
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Potential direction to staff to negotiate an agreement regarding a request from the owner of the Elm Estate and the River West Resort for the potential acquisition of all or part of adjacent, city-owned surplus property (APN 010-610-01, 010-610-02, 010-610-03, 010-610-16). This item relates to Item D.6 on the City Council agenda.
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a. Chism Street Aerial 2
b. Chism Street Aerial 1
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Amendment No. 1 to the Settlement and Restructuring Agreement (Reno Aces Stadium) releasing the Developer from any past, present or future development claims or rights the City or Agency has under the Retail DDA relating to the Evans Site (427 Evans Avenue APN 007-315-04). This item relates to Item D.8 on the City Council agenda.
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a. 427 Evans Request for Removal - Fennemore Craig
b. 427 Evans Aerial
c. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement (Reno Aces Stadium) - Amendment 1
d. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement - Res. No. 7809 (City)
e. Settlement and Restructuring Agreement - Res. No. 216 (Agency)
9. Redevelopment Agency Board Comments, including announcements regarding City boards and commissions, activities of local charitable organizations and upcoming local community events. (Non-Action Item)
10. Public Comment
11. Adjournment