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Meeting Name: Board of County Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/21/2024 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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TMP-8715 16.A.1. ProclamationProclaim the month of May 2024 as Treatment Court Month. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8633 17.A.1. DonationRecommendation to accept cash donations totaling $6,493.24: [$3,137.24 Come In From The Cold Series]; [$91.00 from the donation drop box at the May Museum]; [$3,265.00 to the Arboretum for bricks, general maintenance and support]; and accept in-kind donations from May Arboretum Society [valued at $3,386.08] for Regional Parks and Open Space programs and facilities; and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the appropriate budget amendments. Community Services. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8493 17.B.1. DonationAcknowledge retroactively various one-time, in-kind gift donations at a value of [$3,575.00] from the Washoe Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Foundation and a one-time cash donation at a value of [$200.00] from Ms. Kathryn M. Krump, on behalf of Ms. Susan Krump accepted by the Second Judicial District Court, CASA Program, and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary budget amendments. District Court. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8639 18.A.1. Informational ReportAcknowledge the communications and reports received by the Clerk on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners, including the following categories: Communications, Monthly Statements/Reports, and Annual Statements/Reports. Clerk. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8598 18.B.1. GrantRecommendation to the Board of County Commissioners to retroactively acknowledge a grant of [$20,000, no County match required], awarded to the Second Judicial District Court from the Lee F. Del Grande Foundation, retroactively for Family Peace Center operating expenses; and direct the Comptroller to make the necessary budget amendments. District Court. (All Commission Districts.)    Not available Not available
TMP-8680 18.C.1. ResolutionRecommendation to appoint Clinton Hohenstein and James Phoenix to the two open Washoe County seats on the Nevada Local Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council (NLJRCC) for a partial two-year term ending on June 30, 2025, pursuant to Assembly Bill 236 (2019) (now codified at NRS 176.014). The Nevada Local Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council advises and assists the Nevada Sentencing Commission in making data-driven policy recommendations to Nevada’s Legislature by providing input on and recommendations regarding various criminal justice issues and matters that are important at the local level. Manager's Office. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8629 18.D.1. GrantRecommendation to Acknowledge Court Assistance Program Allocation from the Judicial Council of the State of Nevada to the Reno Justice Court for Court Assistance Program in the amount of [$125,355.00 for FY24, no match required; including up to $2,500 for participant incentives- including gift cards]. The program focuses on adults with drug, alcohol, and mental health issues by aiding participants with numerous services such as counseling, evaluations, and incentives. The allocation is paid in quarterly installments retroactively July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024; and direct the Comptroller to make the appropriate budget amendments. Reno Justice Court. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8630 18.D.2. GrantRecommendation to Acknowledge Community Court Program Allocation from the Judicial Council of the State of Nevada to the Reno Justice Court for Community Court Program in the amount of [$99,764.00 for FY24, no match required; including up to $2,500 for participant incentives- including gift cards]. The program, also known as young offenders’ court, focuses on defendants ages 18-25. Allocation will be paid in quarterly installments retroactive to July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024; and direct the Comptroller to make the appropriate budget amendments. Reno Justice Court. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8632 18.D.3. GrantRecommendation to Acknowledge Specialty Court General Fund Allocations from the Judicial Council of the State of Nevada to the Reno Justice Court for DUI Court in the amount of [$20,250.00 for FY24, no match required; including up to $2,500 for participant incentives- including gift cards]. The program focuses on 2nd DUI Convictions. Allocation will be paid in quarterly installments retroactive to July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024; and direct the Comptroller to make the appropriate budget amendments. Reno Justice Court. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8656 18.E.1. ResolutionRecommendation to approve and execute Resolution directing County Treasurer to give notice of the sale of properties subject to the lien of a delinquent special assessment in the following district: WCAD 32 - Spanish Springs Valley Ranch Rd, parcels: 076-300-44, 076-310-61, 076-310-64, 076-310-77, 076-371-09, 076-372-03, 076-381-23, 076-391-23, 076-391-65, WCAD 37 - Spanish Springs Sewer Phase 1A, parcel: 089-323-04 (additional description of affected parcels contained in Exhibit “A” of attached Resolution.) Treasurer. (Commission District 4.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-8610 19. Action ItemRecommendation to approve Lease Agreement between IRG Plaza, LLC and Washoe County for a ten-year lease agreement (June 1, 2024 - June 30, 2034) with up to two five-year renewal options in the initial annual amount of $415,000 with an annual escalation of three-percent (3%) each subsequent year plus one-month for an original term of 13-months with a total not to exceed [$446,000] for FY24-FY25 (June 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025); and then ongoing for the full ten-year lease for occupancy at 777 W. 5th Street, Reno NV (APN #007-242-2) to support the residential needs of Men’s CrossRoads; and Approve Amendment #2 to the contract with Reno Initiative for Shelter and Equality (RISE) to serve as the program Operator of Men’s CrossRoads, authorizing an increase of [$64,583] for a not to exceed total of [$874,903] for FY24 and approve the RISE renewal for FY25 in an amount not to exceed [$1,585,320] for the term of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025; and if approved, further authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Manager to execute the amendment. Human Services Agency. (All Commission Districts.   Not available Not available
TMP-8697 110. Public HearingPublic hearing, discussion, and possible action on the Washoe County Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2025 (July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025) pursuant to NRS 354.596-estimated appropriations [$1,122,465,145], as well as possible changes to the Tentative Budget and adoption of it as the Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2025 pursuant to NRS 354.598-estimated appropriations [$1,157,868,726]. The proposed budget incorporates Board priorities of funding for existing contractual obligations, supplies, utilities, personnel costs, capital improvements and operations, maintaining the County’s assets and infrastructure needs, and operating budget requests. The proposed budget also includes the following actions: 1) To approve the changes to position control for Fiscal Year 2025 indicated on Attachment A-including 30.2 Net New Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions and Reclassifications/Evaluations/Title Changes/Other Changes/Etc. impacting 122.0 positions/ incumbents. If necessary to accommodate any material changes desired by the Board as identified during the hearing on the Tentative Budget,    Not available Not available
TMP-8657 111. Action ItemDiscussion and possible action on the County Manager’s recommended Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for Fiscal Years 2025-2029 and direct the County Manager to submit the CIP to the State of Nevada and others by August 1, 2024 as required by NRS 354.5945 [FY 2025 total appropriations of $235,090,538] which requires all local governments annually to prepare a five-year capital improvement plan to be submitted to the State Department of Taxation and County Debt Management Commission by August 1st of each year. The CIP is a five-year plan for the County’s capital improvements for park facilities, including trails, open space, and regional parks; libraries; roads under purview of the County; purchase of light and heavy fleet equipment; utilities infrastructure; capital outlay for major equipment; and County buildings and other facilities. The CIP is limited to capital projects with an estimated cost of $100,000 or more for assets that have a life-span of more than one year, as part of the reporting requirements of the State and under Board of County Commissioner (BCC) policies. Manager's O   Not available Not available