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Agenda Agenda Packet
A. Introductory Items
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
1. Roll Call
3. Public Comment
4. Approval of the Agenda
5. Approval of Minutes
1. Minutes of Feb 12, 2020 10:00 AM
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. The Parlor, Jason C. Tolotti, 7689 South Virginia Street, Suite U - Dining Room Alcohol
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a. Vicinity Map - The Parlor
2. Willies Pasta Shop, Coleen Lucille Cannan, 1298 South Virginia Street - Dining Room Alcohol
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a. Vicinity Map - Willies Pasta Shop
3. Lead Dog Brewing Company, Ryan Gaumer, 415 East Fourth Street - Liquor Manufacturers Package Alcohol License
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a. Vicinity Map - Lead Dog Brewery (2)
4. Nevada Sunset Winery, Michael C. Steedman, 415 East Fourth Street, Suite B - Liquor Manufacturers Package Alcohol License
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a. Vicinity Map - Nevada Sunset Winery
b. New - Cabaret
1. Skyline Kitchen & Vine, Brett Rosselli, 2995 Skyline Boulevard, Suite 101 - Add-on Cabaret
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a. Vicinity Map - Skyline Kitchen and Vine
2. Peavine Taphouse Eats and Beats, Anita M. Noble, 7665 Town Square Way, Suite 101 - Add-on Cabaret
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a. Vicinity Map - PeavineTaphouse
c. Change of Ownership - Alcohol
1. Vino's Mart, Surjeet Sohal, 160 East Grove Street - Packaged Liquor
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a. Vicinity Map - Vino's Mart
d. Supplemental - Gaming
1. Mixers, Daniel Jones, 2900 Clear Acre Lane, Unit J - 10 Slots
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a. Vicinity Map - Mixers
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of a Nevada State Manufacturer Liquor License application for Eric Roe, David Hoopengardner and Paul Pruteanu, Forsaken River Spirits, Inc., located at 255 Bell Street, Suite 103, Reno, Nevada 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 Forsaken River Spirits
b. Notice Waiver - Hoopengardner
c. Notice Waiver - Pruteanu
d. Notice Waiver - Roe
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Pipeline Crossing Agreement – Folder No. 03159-29 with Union Pacific Railroad Company for the Golden Valley Forcemain Replacement Project in the amount of $8,750. (Sewer Fund)
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a. UPRR Agreement for Folder 3159-29
b. Site Map of GVFM Pipeline Alignment
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Aspen Developers Corporation for the Golden Valley Lift Station (GVLS) Replacement Project in an amount not to exceed $4,526,000. (Sewer Fund)
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a. 1_Vicinity Map
b. 2_Bid Summary
c. 3_Easement Map, Parcel Map, & Property Image
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Award of the 2020 Traffic Signal On-Call Contract to Titan Electrical Contracting, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $898,402. (Street Fund)
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a. Bid Tab
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of Grant Award for the West Wash Dam Rehabilitation Project from the Natural Resource Conservation Service in the amount of $2,812,000. (Grant and Sewer Funds)
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a. West Wash Dam NOA
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Change Order #1 to the Contract with Sierra Nevada Construction Inc. for the 2019 Sewer Maintenance and Repair Contract (Contract #I400097), extending the contract for an additional year and increasing the contract by $800,000, for a revised total project cost of $1,464,107. (Sewer Fund)
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a. Change Order #1
8. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Q&D Construction for the Golden Valley Force Main (GVFM) Replacement Projects in an amount not to exceed $3,391,013. (Sewer Fund)
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a. 1_Vicinity Map
b. 2_GVFM Bid Summary
9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval to purchase playground equipment for Idlewild Park from Exerplay Inc. using 1GPA National Purchasing Contract #18-04P-03 in an amount of $256,074.25. (CDBG and RCT District 5 Funds) This item was continued from the March 25, 2020 City Council meeting.
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a. Idlewild Playground Location and Designs
b. Price Quote Idlewild Playground
10. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution to augment the budget of the City of Reno, Nevada for the 19/20 Fiscal Year; and approval of budget revisions for the period of January 1, 2020 through March 31, 2020.
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a. FY19.20 3rd Qtr Part1 Gov Funds
b. FY19.20 3rd Qtr Part2 Prop Funds
11. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Acceptance of the Electrical and Gas System Franchise Fee Audit.
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a. AUDIT REPORT GAS - NV Energy - 10-1-2017 - 9-30-2018
b. AUDIT REPORT ELECTRIC - NV Energy - 10-1-2017 - 9-30-2018
c. AUDIT REPORT GAS - NV Energy 10-1-2014 - 9-30-2017
d. AUDIT REPORT ELECTRIC - NV Energy 10-1-2014 - 9-30-2017
C. 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. 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Public Hearing regarding the filing of the assessment roll and opportunity to file written objections concerning that area to be assessed for acquiring and improving four street projects consisting of 14 street segments for the City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1; and Determination of Hardship applications and direction thereon for City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1.
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a. 2019 SAD No.1 - Vicinity Maps
b. 2019 SAD No.1 - Assesement Roll
c. 2019 SAD No.1 -Assessment Plat
d. 2019 UPDATED Assessment RollDistributed After Initial Posting
e. 2019 UPDATED SAD No.1 -Assessment PlatDistributed After Initial Posting
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution dispensing with certain protests and objections to the assessment roll for the City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1, and confirming said assessment roll and the assessments therein; ratifying action previously taken in connection with said district; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. _______ Ordinance confirming the proceedings taken in providing for certain sidewalk, driveway approach and street improvements in the City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1; providing for the payment of the cost and expenses of said improvements, providing for assessing the cost of said improvements against the parcels of land benefited by said improvements, describing the manner for the collection and payment of said assessments and providing penalties for delinquent payments; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution to authorize the recordation of Ordinance No. 6501 and a Schedule of Estimated Maximum Special Benefits to the tracts and parcels in the City of Reno, Nevada 2019 Special Assessment District No. 1.
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D. Department Items
Community Development
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution of the Reno City Council extending the current moratorium, under the procedures provided by Reno Municipal Code (RMC) Section 1.07.010, on the acceptance of applications for alcoholic beverage package privileged business licenses and wine and beer package privileged business licenses, as defined in RMC 5.07.120 and 5.07.110 respectively, with certain exceptions and together with matters which pertain to or are necessarily connected therewith, until December 31, 2020, or until the proposed packaged alcoholic beverage sales ordinance goes into effect, whichever occurs first.
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a. RESOLUTION #8664 - ADOPTED ON 5_8_2019
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution of the Reno City Council extending the current six month moratorium, under the procedures provided by Reno Municipal Code (RMC) Section 1.07.010, on the acceptance of new business license applications or a change in ownership of business license applications for any business intending to conduct the retail sale of dogs or cats in commercial establishments, and direction on existing businesses, with certain exceptions, and together with matters which pertain to or are necessarily connected therewith, until October 31, 2020 or until a proposed pet store ordinance goes into effect, whichever instance occurs first.
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a. Resolution No. 8739 Adopted October 23 2019
City Manager's Office
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff on pursuing an amendment to the Downtown Events Center Operating Agreement with Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority.
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a. 2002 OPERATIONS AGREEMENT-DOWNTOWN EVENTS CENTER-RSCVA 03.26.2002
b. 2005 FIRST AMENDMENT TO DOWNTOWN EVENTS CENTER OPERATING AGREEMENT 09.14.2005
c. 2009 AMEND DOWNTOWN EVENTS CENTER OPERATING AGREEMENT-RSCVA 04.08.2009
d. 2012 NBS.City of Reno Operating Agreement Extension
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential direction to staff regarding the disposition of city-owned property located at 310 Quincy Street, 0 Quincy Street and 0 Spokane Street (APN 008-256-23, 008-256-24, 008-256-25, and 008-370-23), Reno, Nevada, in response to a Letter of Interest by Ray Heating Products, Inc., dba RHP Mechanical Systems.
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a. City of Reno property letter of intent 030220
b. Aerial Photo
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution of the Reno City Council pursuant to NRS 271.297, 271.380 and 271.385 fixing the date, time and place when objections to the assessment roll for a City of Reno, Nevada Neighborhood Improvement Project, otherwise known as a Downtown Reno Business Improvement District, will be heard; and causing such roll to be filed in the office of the City Clerk.
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a. DRP - Operating Plan and Budget - FY21
b. Downtown Reno BID Assessment Roll - FY21
c. Exhibit 1 - BID Map
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation, discussion, and potential direction to staff to establish Emergency Manager as a position for which there is a critical labor shortage, and make necessary findings to re-employ the incumbent emergency manager pursuant to NRS 286.523(5).
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7. Presentation and discussion regarding the process to appoint a City Manager in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including: (1) discussion and potential direction to CPS HR Consulting regarding recruitment of a City Manager; (2) discussion and potential direction to the City Manager regarding the recruitment and appointment of an internal candidate as an acting, temporary, interim or permanent City Manager; (3) discussion and potential direction to the City Manager regarding the recruitment and appointment of an external candidate as an acting, temporary, interim or permanent City Manager; and, (4) discussion and potential direction to the City Manager regarding the process and timing of appointing an acting, temporary, interim or permanent City Manager. (For Possible Action)
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8. Presentation, and discussion regarding deferring or reducing business license fees for those business closed by various emergency orders surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic. (For Possible Action)
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9. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ratification of Interlocal Agreement between the City of Reno, City of Sparks, Washoe County and the Washoe County Health District for incident command and coordinated response to COVID-19.
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a. COVID 19 Delegation of Authority Executed
10. Presentation, discussion and potential direction on FY 19/20 and FY 20/21 budget priorities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to include potential lost revenues, discussion of grant funded programs and potential decreases in expenditures. (For Possible Action)
11. Presentation, discussion and summary of the actions taken pursuant to Section 8 of Reno Municipal Code regarding the City of Reno’s response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. (For Possible Action)
E. Ordinances - Introduction
F. Ordinances - Adoption
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7135 Ordinance to amend Title 2, Chapter 2.06, Article II of the Reno Municipal Code entitled “Appointive Offices” to add Director of Utility Services job title and qualifications in Section 2.06.050; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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G. City Clerk
1. Citizen Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of one individual as the Ward 3 Appointee to the Human Rights Commission from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Stacy Andersen (Ward 5), Zeina Barkawi (Ward 1), Jeffrey Bodimer (Sparks), Corey Bond (Ward 4), Marco Castro-Bojorquez (Ward 4), McClure Cronin (Ward 3), James Dodge (Ward 2), Amanda Drowns (Sparks), Jessica Ebbe (Ward 5), Terrell Foster (Sparks), William Harvey (Ward 3), Thomas Hassen (Ward 5), Corinne Hechavarria (Ward 2), Dana Kilroy (Ward 1), Mark Leon (Ward 3), Karli Lubin-Bresee (Sparks), Wendy Madrigal (Ward 4), William Mantle (Ward 5), Bert Ramos (Sparks), Kurt Thigpen (Ward 1), Allanna Warren (Sparks), Cortney Young (WC) or Scott Youngs (Ward 5).
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a. Human Rights Commission Roster
b. Andersen, Stacy Application (Ward 5)
c. Barkawi, Zeina Application (Ward 1)
d. Bodimer, Jeffrey Application (Sparks)
e. Bond, Corey Application (Ward 4)
f. Castro-Bojorquez, Marco Application (Ward 4)
g. Cronin, Mcclure Application (Ward 3)
h. Dodge, James Application (Ward 2)
i. Drowns, Amanda Application (Sparks)
j. Ebbe, Jessica Application (Ward 5)
k. Foster, Terrell Application (Sparks)
l. Harvey, William Application (Ward 3)
m. Hassen, Thomas Application (Ward 5)
n. Hechavarria, Corinne Application (Ward 2)
o. Kilroy, Dana Application (Ward 1)
p. Leon, Mark Application (Ward 3)
q. Lubin-Bresee, Karli Applicaiton (Ward 2)
r. Madrigal, Wendy Application (Ward 4)
s. Mantle, William Application (Ward 5)
t. Ramos, Bert Application (Sparks)
u. Thigpen, Kurt Application (Ward 1)
v. Warren, Allanna Application (Sparks)
w. Young, Courtney Application (Washoe County)
x. Youngs, Scott Application (Ward 5)
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of up to seven individuals to the Ward 2 Neighborhood Advisory Board from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: James Dodge, Parker Feldmann, Julia Hammett, Corinne Hechavarria, Eric Hoover, Vanessa Richardson, Jessica Rose and/or Shane Scott.
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a. Ward 2 NAB Roster 3.4.20
b. Dodge, James Application (Ward 2)
c. Feldmann, Parker Application (Ward 2)
d. Hammett, Julia Application (Ward 2)
e. Hechavarria, Corinne Application (Ward 2)
f. Hoover, Eric Application (Ward 2)
g. Richardson, Vanessa Application (Ward 2)
h. Rose, Jessica Application (Ward 2)
i. Scott, Shane Application (Ward 2)
2. Elected Official Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential joint appointment (with the City of Sparks) to represent the owners of the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) on the Board of Trustees of the Western Regional Water Commission (WRWC) from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Donald Abbott, Paul Anderson, Jenny Brekhus, Charlene Bybee, Kristopher Dahir, Oscar Delgado, Naomi Duerr, Neoma Jardon, Ed Lawson, Devon Reese, Hillary Schieve, Ron Smith or Bonnie Weber.
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2. 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: Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) Joint Coordinating Committee (Alternate).
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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)
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Presentation and potential direction to staff regarding initiation of an ordinance change to eliminate or clarify requirements related to the Design Review Committee created to review skyway proposals described in Title 18, Appendix B - Skyway Design Guidelines, and matters which pertain to or are necessarily connected; Resolution of the Reno City Council creating the Advisory Design Review Committee for review of skyways.
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a. Appendix B - Skywalk Design Guidelines (Excerpt on Design Review Committee)
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