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Meeting Name: Board of County Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/27/2024 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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TMP-8382 15. AppearancePresentation from Lt. Colonel Jason Haynes, Sierra Army Depot commander, about current Sierra Army Depot initiatives towards U.S. Army priorities of People, Readiness and Modernization, and its effects in the Sierra Nevada region. (All Commission Districts.) FOR DISCUSSION ONLY   Not available Not available
TMP-8390 16. AppearancePresentation from Chief Judge Lynne Jones providing an update on the Second Judicial District Court’s workload and select programs. (All Commission Districts.) FOR DISCUSSION ONLY   Not available Not available
TMP-8315 17.A.1. MinutesApproval of minutes for the Board of County Commissioners' regular meetings of January 16, 2024 and January 23, 2024. Clerk. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8335 17.B.1. Action ItemRecommendation to 1) approve roll change requests, pursuant to NRS 361.765 and/or NRS 361.768, for errors discovered on the 2020/2021, 2021/2022, 2022/2023 and 2023/2024 secured tax roll 2) authorize Chair to execute the changes described in Exhibit A and 3) direct the Washoe County Treasurer to correct the error(s). [cumulative amount of decrease to all taxing entities $45,101.13]. Assessor. (Commission Districts 1, 4, 5.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8374 17.C.1. ContractRecommendation to approve a Public Trail Easement Deed and Maintenance Agreement between Washoe County and DRP NV 2 LLC to allow public use of a future trail through the Ascente Subdivision, crossing Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 045-252-18, 045-252-19 and 045-742-01. The Public Trail Easement Deed and Maintenance Agreement allows use of the trail within the ± 10.3 acre easement area by Washoe County and the general public for recreational purposes with no cost to Washoe County. Community Services. (Commission District 2.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8375 17.C.2. ContractRecommendation to: (1) approve the purchase of real property through a Deed of Dedication (Silver Arrow Range Road), a portion of APN 079-540-18, totaling ±277,155 square feet [at the appraised value of $30,500.00] for use as a public access to the Washoe County Regional Archery Facility, in support of the 2021 adopted Regional Archery Facility Master Plan; and (2) authorize Assistant County Manager, Dave Solaro, to execute any and all required documents necessary for the property purchase. Community Services. (Commission District 5.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8381 17.D.1. Action ItemRecommendation to approve a Capital Improvement Project (CIP) for the replacement of recreation yard artificial turf at Wittenberg Hall, a detention facility for minors, [in an amount not to exceed $300,000] and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary cross-fund budget appropriation transfers from Juvenile Services Targeted Case Management Fund to the Capital Improvement Fund. [Impact to the County budget is net-zero]. Juvenile Services. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8371 17.E.1. GrantRecommendation to approve a FFY 2022 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) grant passed through the State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) from the State of Nevada, Division of Emergency Management (NDEM) awarding [$46,666.00, no County match required], for the Situational Awareness & Communications Platform Project. Grant term is retroactive from September 1, 2022, to June 30, 2024; If approved, authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign the grant award documents when received; and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary budget amendments. Manager's Office. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8379 17.E.2. AppointmentRecommendation to appoint Eric Crump as Director of Community Services effective February 27, 2024, with an annual salary of $205,400.00. Manager’s Office. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8391 18. Action ItemDirection to staff regarding the submission of comments and letters on behalf of Washoe County in opposition to the United States Postal Service (USPS) conversion of the existing USPS Reno Processing and Distribution Center to a Local Processing Center, which would require local area mail to be processed in Sacramento not Reno, as outlined in the USPS's Initial Findings Document - Mail Processing Facility Review dated February 6, 2024. Manager's Office. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8376 19. Action ItemRecommendation to provide direction to staff regarding a deteriorating 6-foot tall, 1151 foot long precast concrete-panel wall, located along the interface of the Arrowcreek Parkway right-of-way and the rear-property line of 14 residential lots beginning at 13430 Fieldcreek Lane and ending at 13560 Fieldcreek Lane. Estimates are provided but final costs are dependent upon competitive bidding. Current options include: A) remove, replace and paint the deteriorated concrete wall panels with all costs borne by Washoe County [approximately $373,600.00]; B) remove, replace and paint the deteriorated concrete wall panels with one half of the cost borne by Washoe County [approximately $186,000.00 with a cost share of approximately $186,000.00 between the 14 property owners]; C) completely remove the existing concrete panel wall with all costs borne by Washoe County [approximately $75,000.00]; or D) any other direction provided by the Washoe County Commission. All options will require a funding source to be identified. If Options A or B are directed, an agreement transferring ownership and   Not available Not available
TMP-8296 110. Action ItemRecommendation to approve the removal of uncollectible accounts pursuant to NRS 354.257 which states “authority for removal of information concerning uncollectible accounts from records of County. The Board of County Commissioners may remove from the records of the County the amount of an account receivable and the name of the debtor, upon determination by a centralized collection system.” Accounts receivable for removal are Alternative Sentencing Supervision Fees for [$1,457.43]; Regional Animal Services Redemption Fees for [$23,358.51]; Regional Animal Services for Notice of Civil Penalty Fees for [$176,938.25]; Public Defender Fees for [$6,842.74] and Sheriff’s Office Jail Room and Board fees for [$165,379.24] for a total amount uncollectible and for accounts past statute of limitations of [$373,976.17]. Comptroller. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8337 111. OrdinanceIntroduction and first reading of an ordinance amending Washoe County Code Chapter 110 (Development Code) by modifying various sections in Division Three- Regulation of Uses and Division Four- Development Standards, in order to update regulations related to accessory dwelling units, detached accessory structures, manufactured housing, and battery-charged fences. These updates include deleting a section specifying the procedure and findings for placing a manufactured home that is less than 1,200 square feet in size; and modifying various sections to: allow detached accessory dwelling units as an allowed use by right in certain residential regulatory zones; require detached accessory dwelling units on parcels ½ acre in size or smaller to be subject to the administrative review permit process in Article 809; update the maximum square footage for both attached and detached accessory dwelling units; define “minor accessory dwelling unit”; modify permitting requirements for detached accessory structures; update the minimum square footage for manufactured homes; and add provisions related t   Not available Not available