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Meeting Name: Board of County Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/27/2018 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Commission Chambers
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TMP-2426 15.A. Action ItemAccept in-kind donation [estimated value $3,821.00] from Panattoni Development Company, Inc., Alston Construction, Next Generation Drywall, RHP Mechanical, and Vasko Electric for the installation of a new hydration station for Washoe County Library System’s, North Valleys location. Library. (Commission District 5.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2758 15.B. Action ItemAccept various military surplus equipment [overall estimated value $84,752.87, no charge to the County] donated to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office from the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) to be utilized to support Detention Response Team (DRT), K9 Units, RAVEN, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit and Search and Rescue of WCSO. Sheriff. (All Commission Districts.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2768 16.A. MinutesApproval of minutes for the Board of County Commissioners' regular meeting of October 23, 2018. Clerk. (All Commission Districts.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2756 16.B. Action ItemApprove agreement between Washoe County and Tehama County for forensic pathology services provided by the Washoe County Regional Medical Examiner’s Office for a period of up to three years effective retroactively on October 1, 2018. Regional Medical Examiner. (All Commission Districts.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2755 16.C.1. ContractApprove the Agreement for Professional Consulting Services between Washoe County and Tahoe Resource Conservation District for the “Stormwater Compliance Monitoring” Project for the term January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021 [in the amount of $136,000]. Community Services. (Commission District 1.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2762 16.C.2. Action ItemApprove: 1) Water Rights Deed to convey 70.30 acre feet of water rights from the Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) to Washoe County; and, 2) approve a Water Rights Deed to convey 979.28 acre feet of water rights from Washoe County to TMWA to complete and correct water rights transfers associated with the merger of the Washoe County Department of Water Resources and the TMWA water utility operations. Community Services. (All Commission Districts.)   Not available Not available
TMP-2761 17. Action ItemRecommendation to approve and execute an ordinance authorizing the issuance by Washoe County of its fully registered Washoe County, Nevada, Highway Revenue (Fuel Tax) Refunding Bonds, Series 2018 in the maximum aggregate principal amount of [$220,000,000] for the purpose of refinancing outstanding obligations; providing the form, terms and conditions of the bonds and the security therefor, and other details in connection therewith; and providing for its adoption as if an emergency exists and providing the effective date hereof. Manager. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2725 18. GrantRecommendation to accept the FY19 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) sub-grant award from the State of Nevada, Division of Child and Family Services in the amount of [$918,000; $229,500 County match] retroactive for the period of July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019; authorize the Agency to execute the sub-grant award and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary budget amendments. Human Services Agency. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2729 19. GrantRecommendation to accept the Chafee Independent Living Sub-Grant award from the State of Nevada, Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) in the amount of [$184,050, match of $46,013], retroactive from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 to support youth in making the transition from foster care to self-sufficiency; authorize the Department to execute the Sub-Grant Award and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary budget amendments. Human Services Agency. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2727 110. GrantRecommendation to accept the FY 2018 Enhancing Community Responses to the Opioid Crisis: Serving Our Youngest Crime Victims grant award from the U.S. Department of Justice in the amount of [$745,564; no county match] for the period retroactive October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021; authorize the Agency to execute the grant award and direct the Comptroller’s Office to make the necessary budget amendments. Human Services Agency. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2722 111. Action ItemRecommendation to approve the 2018 Regional Public Safety Training Center Interlocal Agreement between Washoe County, the City of Reno and the City of Sparks and authorize the Chair to execute the Agreement. Manager. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2769 112. Action ItemRecommend nomination of Washoe County Commissioner(s) to the Governor of the State Land Use Planning Advisory Council (SLUPAC) of Nevada from which the Governor shall appoint to represent Washoe County for a three-year term effective upon appointment by the Governor and to end December 31, 2021. Manager. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2757 113. OrdinanceIntroduction and first reading of an ordinance to amend the Washoe County Code (Chapter 100 Building and Construction, Article 100.100.10) to adopt the following specialized or uniform codes (to replace existing 2012 versions now in effect) pursuant to NRS 244.105 by reference, with any changes necessary to make it applicable to conditions within Washoe County: 1) 2018 International Building Code (“IBC First Print”), chapters 1 through 35 and Appendices C, E, and I; 2) 2018 International Residential Code (“IRC First Print”), chapters 1 through 44 and Appendices A, B, C, G, H, J, K, and Q; 3) 2018 International Existing Building Code (“IEBC First Print”), chapters 1 through 16 and Appendices; 4) 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (“IECC First Print”); 5) 2018 Uniform Plumbing Code (“UPC First Print”), chapters 1 through 17 and Appendices A, B, D, E, I, and L; 6) 2018 Uniform Mechanical Code (“UMC First Print”), chapters 1 through 17; 7) 2018 International Mechanical Code (“IMC First Print”) chapters 1 through 15; 8) 2018 International Fuel Gas Code (“IFGC First Print”   Not available Not available
TMP-2763 114. Action ItemDiscussion and possible action to initiate amendments to Washoe County Code Chapter 110 (Washoe County Development Code), cargo containers, by clarifying the definition of cargo containers, specifying where certain cargo containers used for storage on residential properties are allowed and how they can be placed, and delineating the number of cargo containers allowed on parcels based on the size and zoning of the parcel in question, as well as any other amendments necessarily connected therewith and pertaining thereto. Community Services. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2770 115. Action ItemDiscussion and possible direction to staff on components of an Affordable Housing Trust Fund Ordinance to be developed for adoption by the Washoe County Commission. Manager. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available
TMP-2765 116. Public HearingHearing of a complaint alleging a nuisance case under Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 244.360 and Washoe County Code Chapters 50 and 125 on private property at Quartz Lane (APN 085-330-19, 085-330-23, and 085-330-20) in Sun Valley, Nevada. The alleged nuisance generally consists of the accumulation and/or dumping of junk vehicles and other debris on the property. If a public nuisance is determined to exist on the property options may include: pursuing administrative enforcement to include abatement, directing the commencement of a civil action for abatement in the courts, or ordering a non-judicial abatement of a nuisance. Community Services. (Commission District 5.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION   Not available Not available