A. Introductory Items
1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
1. Roll Call
3. Public Comment
1. A.3 Public Comment
4. 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 - Cabaret
1. BLIC-2021-35 : Masque LLC, Jamal Keshmiri, 229 North Virginia Street - Cabaret
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a. Map - Masque LLC
2. BLIC-2021-36 : Matador Lounge, Dennis Leary, 445 California Avenue - Cabaret
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a. Map - Matador Lounge
b. LDC04-00550 (FOUR FOUR FIVE) Staff Report
c. LDC04-00550 (445 CALIFORNIA) Decision Letter
d. LDC04-00550 Decision LetterDistributed After Initial Posting
e. LDC04-00550 Staff ReportDistributed After Initial Posting
b. Change of Ownership - Alcohol
1. BLIC-2021-37 : Umi Sushi, Yunjung Lee, 7485 Longley Lane, Suite A - Dining Room Wine and Beer
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a. Map - Umi Sushi
2. BLIC-2021-38 : Subway 28429, Stephen Slater, 2001 East Plumb Lane - Dining Room Wine and Beer
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a. Map - Subway
3. BLIC-2021-39 : 7-Eleven Store 22581C, Darinder Dhillon, 3085 South Virginia Street - Packaged Liquor
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a. Map - 7-Eleven
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract with Spanish Springs Construction, Inc. for the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility Asphalt Cement Paving Phase 1 Project in the amount of $627,444 with Reno's share being $430,614.82. (Sewer Fund)
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a. TMWRF AC Paving Phase 1 Contract Attachment
b. Area & Vicinity Map for TMWRF AC PAVING PHASE I
c. TMWRF CIP FY21 Funded Projects - January 8th Pre-Brief
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Consultant Agreement for Professional Engineering Services with Stantec Consulting Services Inc., for Sanitary Sewer Collection System Modeling in an amount not to exceed $521,936. (Sewer Fund)
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a. Stantec Agreement_ Sewer Collection System Modeling Services
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to Cashman Equipment Company for the Swan Lake American Flats Irrigation Project in the amount of $316,545. (Sewer Fund)
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a. 1911-VICINITY MAP-8.5x11 PDF
b. Swan Lake_Bid Specs_Final for upload KWL
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Award of Contract to CTR Roofing Ltd. to repair the roofs at the Neil Road Complex including the Neil Road Recreation Center, Community Health Alliance Building, and Boys & Girls Club/RPD Sub-Station Building in an amount not to exceed $120,000 and approval of the purchase of roofing materials from The Garland/DBS Company, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $197,679.20, for a total project amount not to exceed $317,679.20. (General Fund)
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a. CTR Roofing Ltd Contract
b. Vicinity Map - Neil Road Complex Roof Repair
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Grant Agreement for the Award of Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) funds from the Nevada Housing Division to the City of Reno in the amount of $1,177,000.
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a. 2020 ESG-CV Grant Agreement City of Reno
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of Regional Road Impact Fee (RRIF) Agreement #513007 for the installation of traffic signal improvements at the intersection of Red Rock Road and Moya Boulevard.
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a. RRIF Offset 513007 Red Rock Storage
8. 10122 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution to augment the budget of the City of Reno, Nevada for FY 20/21; and approval of budget revisions for the period January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021.
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a. FY20.21 3rd Qtr PART1 Gov Funds
b. FY20.21 3rd Qtr PART2 Prop Funds
c. Augmentations.Revisions 010121 to 043021 presentationPresented/Distributed at Meeting
9. 10123 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Black Wall Street to offset the costs associated with the youth center dedicated to youth engagement by providing new opportunities to develop skills and promote literacy and education in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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10. 10124 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada to support their mission to feed the hungry and solve hunger for tomorrow through community partnership in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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11. 10125 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Reno Food Systems to offset the costs associated with their mission to cultivate community-based food systems through education, research, and civic engagement in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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12. 10126 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Tu Casa Latina to offset costs associated with their mission to provide relief for immigrant women, men, and children who are victims of crimes, domestic violence, abuse, and trafficking in northern Nevada from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($1,000) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($1,000) in the total amount of $2,000. (General Fund)
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13. 10127 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Community of Bilingual English-Spanish Speakers Program, in the College of Education and Raggio Research Center at the University of Nevada, Reno to offset cost to assist with increasing the number of bilingual English-Spanish students to pursue career paths in STEM-Healthcare fields in the amount of $2,500. (General Fund)
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14. 10128 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful to support their efforts to clean up the Truckee River during the yearly river cleanup and during regular neighborhood cleanups in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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15. 10129 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Eddy House to support their mission to end youth homelessness in Reno by identifying homeless, at-risk, aged-out foster youth through extensive outreach in the community from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($1,500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($1,500) in the total amount of $3,000. (General Fund)
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16. 10130 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Urban Roots to offset costs associated to providing educational camps, farm schools, and garden programs for schools to promote healthy minds, bodies, and community from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($500) in the total amount of $1,000. (General Fund)
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17. 10131 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Communities in Schools of Nevada, Inc. to offset the costs associated with their mission to empower K-12 students to stay in school and pursue lives full of achievement in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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18. 10132 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Our Center to support its mission to establish and maintain a safe, empowering, and supportive center in Northern Nevada that addresses advocacy, education and services from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($500), Councilmember Devon Reese ($500) and Mayor Hillary Schieve ($500) in the total amount of $1,500. (General Fund)
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19. 10133 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Dean's Future Scholars Program, in the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Reno to continue creating a college ready culture for first-generation, low-income youth from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($2,500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($1,000) in the total amount of $3,500. (General Fund)
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20. 10134 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Holland Project to support its educational workshops and community projects for youth and young adults from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($500) in the total amount of $1,000. (General Fund)
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21. 10135 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Northern Nevada RAVE Family Foundation to offset the costs associated with their mission to improve the well-being of Nevada families by providing respite to families caring for young and adult children with special needs from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($500) in the total amount of $1,000. (General Fund)
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22. 10136 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation to offer park-based education and recreation programs in the amount of $2,500. (General Fund)
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23. 10137 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Friends of Wells to offset the costs associated with beautification efforts and renovation of historic buildings on Wells Avenue with an emphasis on promoting civic engagement within the community and maintaining clean and safe streets in the amount of $5,000. (General Fund)
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24. 10138 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the Reno Little Theater to continue producing high-quality theatrical experiences that inspire, entertain, and enrich our community from Councilmember Oscar Delgado ($500) and Councilmember Devon Reese ($500) in the total amount of $1,000. (General Fund)
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25. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of the reallocation of Council Travel and Training Funds to the City of Reno’s Parks and Recreation Department to support the maintenance of Ward 3 parks (Fisherman’s Park 1 and Paradise Park and Community Garden) in the amount of $10,000. (General Fund)
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26. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of the reallocation of Council Donation Funds and Council Travel and Training Funds to the City of Reno’s Capital Projects Fund in the Parks and Recreation Department to support the goals of ReLEAF Reno to increase Reno’s quality of life by expanding its urban forest in the total amount of $10,725 ($1,000 from Council Donation Funds, $9,725 from Council Travel and Training Funds). (General Fund)
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27. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Approval of the reallocation of Council Donation Funds to the City of Reno’s Arts, Culture and Special Events Office to assist with costs of the City of Reno parking garage mural art project in the amount of $10,000. (General Fund)
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28. 10139 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to the University of Nevada, Reno Foundation to support the continued efforts of the UNR Volunteer Club in the amount of $1,000. (General Fund)
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29. 10140 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution donating Council Donation Funds to Veterans Guest House to offset the costs associated with their mission to house veterans and their families receiving medical care in the region in the amount of $500. (General Fund)
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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. Downtown Reno Business Improvement District
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Public Hearing on any complaint, protest or objection to the assessment roll for a City of Reno, Nevada Neighborhood Improvement Project, otherwise known as the Downtown Reno Business Improvement District, will be heard; and the determination of Hardship Applications.
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a. DRP - Operating Plan and Budget - FY22
b. Downtown Reno BID Management Plan
c. Engineers Report
d. BID Assessment Roll - FY22 - PRELIMINARY
e. C.1 Downtown Reno Business Improvement District Public Comment (Friday 5-7-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
f. C.1 Downtown Reno Business Improvement District Public Comment (Monday 5-10-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
g. BID Public Hearing Presentation - FY22 - 21 - 05.12Presented/Distributed at Meeting
h. Constituent Email Package - 05.12.21 - Item C.1Distributed After Initial Posting
i. C.1 Downtown Reno Business Improvement District Public Comment (Tuesday 5-11-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
2. 10141 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution of the Reno City Council dispensing with certain complaints, protests and objections made at the public hearing on the assessment roll for a City of Reno, Nevada Neighborhood Improvement Project, otherwise known as the Downtown Reno Business Improvement District; ratifying the cost of the project; and confirming said assessment roll and the assessments therein; to authorize the recordation of properties to be assessed in the office of the county recorder; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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3. 11877 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Ordinance of the Reno City Council providing for the levy and manner of collection of assessments for the City of Reno, Nevada Neighborhood Improvement Project, otherwise known as the Downtown Reno Business Improvement District; ratifying, approving and confirming all other actions 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 project in the district; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential approval of planned activities using a CDBG-CV Grant from the Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development for the prevention, preparation for, and response to the Coronavirus in the amount of $953,797.
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3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Public Hearing regarding the 2021-22 HUD Annual Action Plan for allocating grants from the federal Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) in the amount of $2,102,798, HOME Investment Partnerships Program in the amount of $1,398,033, and Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG) in the amount of $184,067.
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a. Reno 2021 AAP Final Draft 4.30.2021
b. HUD Action Plan PPT Final 21-22Presented/Distributed at Meeting
4. 11878 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Case No. LDC21-00048 (22 on Lakeside Zoning Map Amendment) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.02 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," rezoning a ±3.07 acre subject site comprised of three parcels from SF3 - Single Family Residential (SF-3) to MF30 – Multifamily Residential (MF-30). The site is located on the east side of Lakeside Drive ±175 feet north of West Peckham Lane with a flag lot extending access to Warren Way. The site has a Master Plan land use designation of Suburban Mixed-Use (SMU).
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a. Vicinity Maps
b. 4-7-21 Planning Commission Staff Report
c. 4-7-21 Planning Commission Draft Minutes
d. Proof of Public Noticing
e. C.4 LDC21-00048 Public Comment (Friday 5-7-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
f. C.4 LDC21-00048 Public Comment (Monday 5-10-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
g. C.4 22onLakeside_CC_Presentation_05122021Presented/Distributed at Meeting
h. C.4 LDC21-00048 Public Comment (Tuesday 5-11-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
D. Department Items
City Attorney
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion, potential approval and authorization to settle the lawsuit, Sue Roberts v. City of Reno, et al., Case No. CV21-00026, in the amount of $100,000. (Risk Management Fund)
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a. Sue Roberts Release of Claims
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion, direction, and potential approval of a Settlement Agreement in Johnson et al. v. City of Reno, Case No. CV17-01041 (2017 Swan Lake Flooding). The Settlement Agreement also resolves the related, consolidated federal cases identified in the attached order in Gladis Estrada, et al., v. City of Reno, Case No. 3:20-CV-0579-MMD-CLB in the amount of $4,500,000. (Sewer Fund)
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a. 210505 Settlement Agt
b. Doc 022 Order to consolidate cases
c. D.2 Settlement Agreement Public Comment (Tuesday 5-11-21Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
Community Development
3. Rebuilding Together Northern Nevada (RTNNV) presentation highlighting programs to repair homes and rebuild lives for homeowners in need - Katie Pace, RTNNV.
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a. Rebuilding Northern Nevada presentation
Finance
4. Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff regarding the budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22 for the City of Reno. (For Possible Action)
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a. Presentation - ARPA - Council Room TaxPresented/Distributed at Meeting
City Manager's Office
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Update, discussion, and potential direction to staff regarding the 81st (2021) Session of the Nevada Legislature.
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a. 2021.05.02 - Bill Tracker Report
b. D.5 2021.05.12 - Legislative UpdatePresented/Distributed at Meeting
E. Ordinances - Introduction
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Introduction - Bill No. ________ Ordinance amending Reno Municipal Code Title 12, “Public works and utilities,” Chapter 12.16, “sewer service,” Section 12.16.155 (connection fee credit policy), Section 12.16.420 (sewer user fees when vacant, fire damaged, or demolished), and Section 12.16.430 (termination of charges) to allow for extension of time as to length the connection fee credit applies and the area where it applies when a development agreement is entered into pursuant to RMC 18.08.805, together with matters which pertain to or are necessarily connected thereto.
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a. E.1 Ord. Intro Sewer Services Public Comment (Monday 5-10-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
b. E.1 Ord. Intro Sewer Services Public Comment (Tuesday 5-11-21 Dist)Distributed After Initial Posting
F. Ordinances - Adoption
1. 11879 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7171 Case No. LDC21-00042 (Wes Court Hobby Condos Zone Change) Ordinance to amend Title 18, Chapter 18.02 of the Reno Municipal Code, entitled "Zoning," rezoning a ±30.24 acre subject site comprised of three parcels from Mixed-Use Suburban (MS) to Mixed Employment (ME). The subject site is located west of US 395 and south of the terminus of Wes Court. The site has a Master Plan land use designation of Mixed Employment (ME).
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a. DIsplay Maps
2. 11880 : Staff Report (For Possible Action): Ordinance Adoption - Bill No. 7173 Ordinance to amend Title 2, Chapter 2.10, Article II, of the Reno Municipal Code titled “Fiscal Control,” Section 2.10.040 titled “Monthly reports” to change monthly financial reporting to the Reno City Council to occur quarterly within 60 days subsequent to the quarter end; together with other matters properly relating thereto.
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a. Monthly Financial Reporting Ordinance presentation
G. City Clerk
1. Citizen Appointments to Boards and Commissions
1. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment/ appointment of up to two individuals to the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: David Brake, Richard Jay (Reappointment), and/or Karla Werninghaus.
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a. RENO TAHOE AIRPORT AUTHORITY - 1-1-2021
b. BRAKE, DAVID APPLICATION - WARD 5
c. JAY, RICHARD APPLICATION - WARD 1
d. WERNINGHAUS, KARLA APPLICATION - WARD 1
2. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of one individual to the Financial Advisory Board from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Andrew Flagg, Darrin Freeman, Carole Gauler, Chris Guenther, Julius Lorentzen, Lane Mcquatt, Kenneth Munsterman, Kendall Nolan, Christopher Peterson or Josh Rennie.
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a. FINANCIAL ADVISORY BOARD ROSTER
b. FLAGG, ANDREW APPLICATION - WARD 5
c. FREEMAN, DARRIN APPLICATION - WARD 5
d. GAULER, CAROLE APPLICATION - WARD 5
e. GUENTHER, CHRIS APPLICATION - WARD 5
f. LORENTZEN, JULIUS APPLICATION - WARD 2
g. MCQUATT, LANE APPLICATION - WASHOE
h. MUNSTERMAN, KENNETH APPLICATION - WARD 3
i. NOLAN, KENDALL APPLICATION - WARD 2
j. PETERSON, CHRISTOPHER APPLICATION - WARD 2
k. RENNIE, JOSH APPLICATION - WARD 4
3. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of up to two individuals to the Building Enterprise Fund Advisory Committee from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Douglas Hunter, Scott Jolly, Kraig Knudsen, Julius Lorentzen, Lane McQuatt, Robb Smith, and/or Steve Thomsen.
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a. BUILDING ENTERPRISE FUND ADVISORY COMMITTEE ROSTER
b. HUNTER, DOUGLAS APPLICATION - WARD 1
c. JOLLY, SCOTT APPLICATION - WASHOE
d. KNUDSEN, KRAIG APPLICATION - WARD 2
e. LORENTZEN, JULIUS APPLICATION - WARD 2
f. MCQUATT, LANE APPLICATION - WASHOE
g. SMITH, ROBB APPLICATION - WARD 2
h. THOMSEN, STEVE APPLICATION - WARD 2
4. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment/appointment of one individual to the Historical Resources Commission from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Deborah Hinman (Reappointment) or Eric Hoover.
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a. HISTORICAL RESOURCES COMMISSION ROSTER
b. HINMAN, DEBORAH APPLICATION - WARD 1
c. HOOVER, ERIC APPLICATION - WARD 2
5. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment/appointment of up six members to the Senior Citizen Advisory Committee from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Stanley Dowdy, Francisco "Paco" Lachoy, Allen Setterquist, and/or Dorismae Weber (Reappointment).
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a. SENIOR CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE ROSTER
b. DOWDY, STANLEY APPLICATION - WARD 2
c. LACHOY, FRANCISCO PACO - APPLICATION - WARD 5
d. SETTERQUIST, ALLEN APPLICATION - WARD 5
e. WEBER, DORISMAE APPLICATION - WARD 3
6. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential reappointment/appointment of up to six individuals to the Urban Forestry Commission from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: John Deville, Rebekah Ellis, Atty Garfinkel-Berry, Ed Hawkins, Cali Hebert, Gary Jentink, Anika Khan, Jason Ludden (Reappointment), Kendall Nolan, Angeline Peterson, Christopher Peterson, Casey Reed, Krista Wahnefried, and/or Alexander Woodard.
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a. URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION ROSTER
b. DEVILLE, JOHN APPLICATION - WARD 5
c. ELLIS, REBEKAH APPLICATION - WARD 4
d. GARFINKEL-BERRY, ATTY APPLICATION - WARD 3
e. HAWKINS, ED APPLICATION - WARD 4
f. HEBERT, CALI APPLICATION - WARD 4
g. JENTINK, GARY APPLICATION - WARD 2
h. KHAN, ANIKA APPLICATION - WARD 5
i. LUDDEN, JASON APPLICATION - WARD 5
j. NOLAN, KENDALL APPLICATION - WARD 2
k. PETERSON, ANGELINE APPLICATION - WARD 3
l. PETERSON, CHRISTOPHER APPLICATION - WARD 2
m. REED, CASEY - APPLICATION WARD 4
n. WAHNEFRIED, KRISTA APPLICATION - WARD 1
o. WOODARD, ALEXANDER APPLICATION - WARD 3
7. Staff Report (For Possible Action): Discussion and potential appointment of up to seven individuals to the Ward 2 Neighborhood Advisory Board and/or two alternates from the following pool of applicants, listed in alphabetical order: Michaelangelo Aranda, Jack Heinemann, Curtis Hoyt, Sara Meilandt, Lidia Navarro, Kendall Nolan, Hal Taylor, Lilliana Trinchero, and/or Jennifer Wallis.
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a. WARD 2 NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY BOARD ROSTER
b. ARANDA, MICHAELANGELO APPLICATION - WARD 2
c. HEINEMANN, JACK APPLICATION - WARD 2
d. HOYT, CURTIS APPLICATION - WARD 2
e. MEILANDT, SARA APPLICATION - WARD 2
f. NAVARRO, LIDIA APPLICATION - WARD 2
g. NOLAN, KENDALL APPLICATION - WARD 2
h. TAYLOR, HAL APPLICATION - WARD 2
i. TRINCHERO, LILLIANA APPLICATION - WASHOE
j. WALLIS, JENNIFER APPLICATION - WARD 2
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