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					  BOARD OX'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,WASHOA COUNTY' NEVADA

TUESDAY                               P.M.
                                   2:00                     ocroBER10,2006

PRESENT:

                            Bob Larkin. Chairman
                        BonnieWeber.Yice Chairman
                        Jim Gallowav,Commissioner*
                         David HFmkq Commissigner
                        PeteSferrazza.           *
                                      Commissioner

                          Amy Harvev. Countv Clerk
                        Katv Singlaub,Countv Manaser
                         MelanieFoster.Legal Counsel




             from two minutes threeminutes.
public comment               to

*2:09 p.m.   Commissioner             atthemeeting.
                       Sferrazzaarrived

              In accordancewith the OpenMeetingLaw, on motion by Commissioner
Weber, seconded CommissionerSfertazza,
                  by                         which motion duly carried, Chairman
Larkin orderedthat the agenda the October10, 2006 meetingbe approved
                             for                                         with the
following changes: Delete Item 7J(3), proposalto accept TemporaryConstruction
Easements the Pleasant
          for                             Phase1; and Item 19, recommendation
                         Valley Interceptor                                    to
approvea contractwith WES Construction, to construct new two-million
                                        Inc.            the                gallon
HiddenValley WaterStorage  TankNo. 4, underground waterline, andaccessroad.

06.1092      PROCLAMATION _ NATIONAL FERAL CAT DAY. OCTOBER
             16.2006

             Commissioner Weberreadthe proclamation presented to Dr. Diana
                                                  and          it
Lucree,D.V.M. and DeniseStephens,CornmunityCatsDirector.Dr. Lucreethankedthe
Board for the proclamation.Ms. Stephensdiscussed benefits to the community
                                               the
regarding Trap-Neuter-Return
         the                 (TNR) program.

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ocToBER10,2006                                                          tno
                                                                     PAGE
                                                                           I A
             Commissioner  Humkecommented the success the TNR programin
                                            on              of
San Diego, California.He urged Animal Control to use this processbecause was a
                                                                       it
humane methodof feral catpopulationcontrol

             In response Commissioner
                         to                                    CountyManager,
                                         Galloway,Katy Singlaub,
repliedlicenseswere not requiredfor cats.CommissionerGallowayvoiced his concern
aboutaccidentallytrappingnon-feralcats.

             On motion by Commissioner                 by
                                        Weber,seconded Commissioner  Humke,
                                                                        and
which motionduly carried,it wasordered the following proclamation adopted
                                      that                      be
the Chairman authorized execute same:
            be            to       the

                               PROCLAMATION

           WHEREAS, National Feral Cat Day is a day dedicatedto educating
communitiesabout Trap-Neuter-Return  (TNR), the only method proven to be both
                                                  and
humane effectivein controllingferal catpopulations;
      and

               WHEREAS, TNR stops the cycle of breeding
throughoutthe United Statesand other countriesas a
killing healthyanimals;
                      and




               WHEREAS, Dr. Lucree and Community Cats have trapped-neutered-
retumednearly 4,000 feral cats,and fostered,socializedand adoptedinto good homes
                                                                         be
                                                           now, therefore, it
300 feral catsandkittensasa resultof their feral catprogram;

                                                                 that
            PROCLAIMED, By the WashoeCounty Board of Commissioners
the Boardendorses
                October16,2A06 National
                              as       FeralCatDay.

06-1093      PUBLTCCOMMENTS

              Katy Singlaub, County Manager,stated the Chairman and Board of
County Commissioners   intend that their proceedings should demonstrate highest
                                                                         the
                                      efficiency and mutual respectbetweencitizens
levels of decorum,civic responsibility,
and their government.  The Board respectsthe right of citizens to presentdiffering
opinionsand views, evencriticism,but our democracy   cannotfunctioneffectivelyin an
environment personalattacks,slander,
             of                         threatsof violenceand willful disruption.To
that end,the NevadaOpenMeetingLaw providesthe authorityfor the Chair of a public
body to maintainthe decorumand to declarea recess needed removeany person
                                                     if       to




PAGE 195                                                     ocToBER10,2006
who is disrupting meeting,andnoticeis herebyprovidedof the intent of this body to
                 the
preserve decorum removeanyone
        the          and           who disrupts proceedings.
                                               the

            Guy Felton read from a prepared        suggesting
                                           statement           voters cast their
vote by absenteeballot and why they should vote for Sam Dehne for County
Commissioner. copyof his statement placedon file with the Clerk.
            A                     was

             Sam Dehne commentedon Mr. Felton's remarks and on the public
comment statement by Ms. Singlaub, he discussed concems
                  read           and           his        aboutcomrption
in Nevada'svoting system.

                                                                  abusiveand
             Gary Schmidt statedthe cunent Board was dysfunctional,
needednew leadership. discussed reasons indicatedwhich candidates felt
                    He           his       and                        he
               to        Districts
shouldbe elected represent        2 and5.

             COMMISSIONERS'/IVIANAGER' ANNOUNCEMENTS
                                     S

          Katy Singlaub, County Manager, commended
Emergency
        ManagementAdministrator,for his efforts in the Co
               certifiednationwide the Nationg[Ws{{el pehfce as Storm
1,080communities                  by
      and addressed measures
Ready; she          the        taken.      thap$qda$on.
                                      :9,4
                                                                thestorm
                                                            requested
                                                          and
    o,on*tJ.ul#ffiffiffiffiffi$#fo:s
Readv ueiryy'ryrytffi" ftdod%.**"ttess
    program
Ready                               weet.
        *r-"r,.*r1[h]]]u
         bt ffiohfrfi$iioner Weberasked therewassomeone
                                       if                   citizensoouldcontact to
reportcon&rnJ aboutroads,culverts,and so on. Ms. Singlaubcommented     therewas an
updut. on the damage   clusterscaused the December
                                    by               2005 flood on  today's agenda,
which identifiedthe actionsand planningfor the 15 identified damageclustersin the
unincorporated areas the County.Sheencouraged
                     of                          citizens go to readywashoe.com
                                                         to
for informationon readiness emergency
                            for                            the
                                        events to contact Manager's
                                              or                         Office.

             Commissioner Gallowaycommented the annual"A Tisket a Taskef'
                                                on
fundraiser the Friendsof the
         by                  Library being held at the Lazy 5 Library on Saturday,
October 14,2006.

              Commissioner                    an
                            Humkerequested agenda       item to fill a vacantAt-Large
positionon the EastWashoe  Valley CitizenAdvisory Board(CAB). He readportionsof
a letter addressed a returningCAB memberfrom Sheri Ingley, ProgramAssistant,
                 to
providing information on the new member orientation that was being held on
Wednesday,   October18th, at 6:00 p.m. in the upstairscaucusroom. He indicatedany
new members   who missedthe previousrequiredorientationmeetingwere invited and
shouldcall or e-mail Ms. Ingley for details.Commissioner   Humke commented laston
Thursday's Employee  Appreciation breakfast.




ocroBER 10,2006                                                          PAGE 196
                CommissionerGalloway mentionedthere would be an item on the
October 24th agenda fill a vacancyon the Incline Village CAB. He askedif the
                       to
nominees   could attendthe training session October18th because might be a long
                                           on                      it
                           Ms.
time until the next session. Singlaub   indicatedstaffwould get backto him.

                                                   Weber,and David Childs,
             ChairmanLarkin reportedhe, Commissioner
                CountyManager,
the new Assistant               attended Business
                                       the       Forum;andhe encouragedall
of the Commissioners attend
                   to      futureforums.

              CommissionerWeber commentedabout the renaming of the Black
SpringsCommunityCenterto the WestbrookCommunityCenter.She said the North
Valleys CAB would be askingthe Boardof Fire Commissioners the City of Renoto
                                                           and
discussthe volunteer fire departmentsand the consolidationcontract. She said she
attended NevadaWorks
         the              Board                                       a
                                meetinglast Friday, and she requested 3O-minute
presentation explainwhatNevadaWorks
            to                         doesin NorthemNevadaat the   joint meeting
in February.She statedthere was a Y & T meeting yesterdayabout the railway's
reconstruction,which wasmovingforward.Sheindicated old tunnelbracingha{ been
                                                    the
foundandthe railroadoperatorwould be selected the endof November.
                                             at                     She*ffi$ the
Nevada Dav themewas   ooNevada Meetsthe
                      ooNevada Meets the V & T Railway."
                              Dav                Railwav." - on fA{
Nevada Day theme was          Day                               " d*\\J d{.,LF
                                                         fL *'^rfi 1 \*/
               Commissioner     Sferrazzasaid there                           ttee meeting
today and the Board shouldreceive                             i. t{b indicatedhe would be
unableto attendthe Commi                            6mberl4th because would be at the
                                                                         he
Nevada Association                         O) meeting. He asked if someonewould be
avai                                 lSth TruckeeMeadowsWater Authority (TMWA)
meeting                    still be at theNACO meeting. stated hadtroublegetting
                                                           He         he
a firm          the Fire Board;andhe askedif Chairman      Larkin or Commissioner   Weber
could contactJulie Skow,Administrative      Assistant to setthe datebecause
                                                      II,                        today was
the last day to get the agenda to havethe meetingon Monday,October16. He said
                                out
the meeting would be held on October     30thif it wasnot held Monday.

               Commissioner Gallowayrequested copyof the volunteer department
                                            a                    fire
contractprior to any discussions.
                               CommissionerWebersaidthe North ValleysCAB also
wanteda copyof the contract.

                        -
              DISCUSSION CONSENTAGENDA

               During the call for public comment,Gary Schmidtindicatednearlyhalf
of today's items were in the consentagenda. said the items involved millions of
                                             He
dollarsthat would be approved onerubberstampof this Commission.
                              by




PAGE 197                                                           ocroBER 10,2006
06-1094
             B. LANE JUSTICE CENTpR - PUBLIC WORKS

               In response the call for public comment,Sam Dehne discussed
                         to                                                 the
intent of the consentagenda. felt this item should
                            He                    not have beenburied in consent
         of
because its size.

              In response Commissioner
                         to               Sfenazza,RogerVan Alyne, DeputyPublic
WorksDirector,repliedtherewasno consultant   projectadministrator this project.He
                                                                for
explained purpbse this contractwas to help the County
          the         of                                                    to
                                                           prepare response the
                                                                  a
contractor'sclaims of delay and the fee was determined                   He
                                                      during negotiations. stated
the contract                         not
            wasfor time andmaterials to exceed   $61,000'

              Upon recommendation David Solaro, Capital Projects Division
                                     of
Director, through Tom Gadd, Public Works Director, on motion by Commissioner
Galloway,seconded Chairman
                   by           Larkin, which motion duly carried,it was ordered that
a professionalservicescontractfor constructionmanagement     servicesfor the M{lls B
LaneJustice  Centerbe awarded Don Todd Associates,
                             to                       Inc., in the amountof,.${$000'
andthe Chairmanbe authorized execute
                             to         contractdocuments  upon plq5gntf,idrdF r

06-1095                 ANCE OF                                        YI

            Upon                                Bobba, Senior ServicesDirector,
through John                               Manager, on motion by Commissioner




 CashDonations:
 Donor (Purnose/Program)                                            CashValue
 Lend-A-Check(General
                    Donation)                                          $700.00
 Anonymous Donor (Mental Health Program)                                 159.00
 JosephEsquivel (General Donation)                                       100.00
 Scolari's(Soarks SeniorCenter)                                           25.18
 Scolari's(Adult Day CareProsram)                                         27,10
 Anonymous  Donor (SeniorLaw Proiect)                                     50.00
 Anonymous  Donor (General   Donationfor SeniorFanDrive)                 300.00
 Menill Lynch (General Donationfor SeniorFanDrive)                       200.00
 D. Hendrick(General  Donationfor SeniorFanDrive                          40.00
 Anonvmous   Donor (General  Donation)                                     5.00
 StateHealthInsurance  Proerarn/SHIP (SparksSeniorCenter)                242.49
 StateHealthInsurance  Proerarn/SHIP (SunValley SeniorCenter)           29r.69
 Anonymous   Donor (AneelFund)                                           101.00
 Nevada Law Foundation  (SeniorLaw Proiect)                            6,000.00
 Safeway  Foundation (NutritionProgram)                                 515.1s
 Total Cash Donations                                                 $8,756.61


ocToBER10,2006                                                           PAGE 198
             It wasfurtherordered the Finance
                                that         Department directed makethe
                                                      be        to
following budgetadjustments:

AccountNumber            Description                               Amount
Increase Revenues:
20074-484000             MentalHealthDonations                     $ 159.00
 20223-484i400           Lend-A-Check  Donation                      700.00
 2007r-484000            Adult Daycare Donations                        27.r0
 20067-484000            LeealDonations                                 50.00
20051-484000             Sparks General Donations                      267.67
 20070-484000            Nevada  Law FoundationDonations              6.000.00
 20046-484000            RenoGeneral  Donations                        645.00
 2027s-484000            Aneel  FundDonations                          101.00
 20047-484000            Nutrition ProgramDonations                    515.15
 250130-484004           SunValley Center Donations                    29t.69
                                                      Total        $8,756.61
        Expenditures:
 Increase                                                                   \
 20074-710500         MentalHealthDonations                        $ 1SS0&
 20223-7r0s00         Lend-A-Check Donation               .^ &
                                                                  *[ fruOff"
                                                                'f
 20071-7t0s0a                     Donationq
                      Adult Daycare                  I\g X I }J       27.10
                                                              e
 20a67-710500      LeealDonations*{rn t F}-                             50.00
 20051-710500                   t?dFa*ofs
                   Sparks -----------------&rf                         267.67
 20070-710500 4 0 ")&*ffia rb# Fttrnaation Donations                  6.000.00
 20046-710500 *"11 R&ffieneral Donations
            "^                                                         645.00
 20275-7wdff l**
           t             Aneel FundDonations                           101.00
 20047-7W500             Nutrition ProgramDonations                  515.15
 250r30-710500           SunVallev  CenterDonations                  291.69
                                                         Total     $8.756.61

06-1096      REVISED PRO TEM JUSTICE OF THE PEACE LIST _ SPARKS
             AND INCLINE JUSTICE COURTS _ HUMAI\ RESOURCES

              Upon recommendation Joanne Ruy, Human ResourcesDirector,
                                      of
through John Berkich, Assistant County Manager, on motion by Commissioner
                     by
Galloway,seconded Chairman       Larkin, which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat
the revisedPro Tem Justiceof the Peace   List for Sparksand Incline Justice Courts,as
placedon file with the Clerk,be approved.

06-1097      ACCEPTANCE Or GRAI{T - NEVADA DIVISION 04 STATE
             LANDS - RECREATIONAL TRAIL AND TRAILHEAD AT
             CRYSTAL PEAK PARK * REGIONAL PARKS

              Upon recorlmendationof RosemarieEntsminger,Fiscal Compliance
Offrcer,and LyndaNelson,NaturalResource   PlanningCoordinator,RegionalParksand
OpenSpace,  throughDoug Doolittle,Director,RegionalParks& OpenSpace, motion
                                                                       on
by Commissioner                    by
                Galloway,seconded Chairman     Larkin, which motionduly carried,it


PAGE 199                                                         ocToBER10,2006
was orderedthat grantfunding from the NevadaDivision of StateLands,Conservation
and ResourceProtection(Q-l) Grant Programto constructa recreationaltrail and
trailheadat the CrystalPeakParkin the amountof $55,538 accepted. wasnotedthe
                                                            be           It
grant requiresa cash match gf $25,300comprisedof $15,300cash derived from
Residential Park ConstructionTax, sub-districtlA, for the purchase picnic tablesand
                                                                      of
siterestoration, in-kind laborof $5,000for projectadministration volunteer
                and                                                   and         labor
with a value of $5,000to build the trial. It is further orderedthat the ParksDirectorbe
authorized to execute all appropriategrant related documentsand the Finance
Department directed makethe following budgetadjustments Fund404:
             be        to                                         in

 ACCOUNT NUMBER                       DESCRIPTION                      AMOTII{T
 Increase          00
        INl9019-4321                             Grants
                                      Revenue-State                    $55,538
        PK906032-78
 Increase          1001               Capital Improvements             $70,838
 Decrease 10-78 080
         9001    I                                   Contracts
                                       1A Construction                 $15,300

06.1098       CONTRACT. MEDICAL DIRECTOR FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT
              EMERGENCY MEDICAL PROGRAM. RENO FIRE
              DEPARTMENT

            Upon recommendation Joseph
                                   of      Du
Departmento motion by Commissioner
           on                          Gal                  Chairman Larkin,
which motion duly carried,it was
andDr, JohnWatson,
RenoFire
year                             irmanbe authorized execute same.
                                                  to      the

06-1099                                          .
              PURCHASEREOUISITION NO. 3000006258 FY 2006/07.
              CHILDREN'S CABINET AT INCLINE VILLAGE - HEALTH

              PatsyBuxton, Fiscal Compliance    Offrcer, passed additionaldata on
                                                                 out
the Children'sCabinet,which was placedon file with the Clerk. ChairmanLarkin said
last yearhe had asked that this informationbe placedin the staff reportso the resultsof
the program'sgoalscouldbe reviewed.    Michelle Kling, Communityand Clinical Health
Services Division Director,apologized indicatedshehadneverreceived
                                      and                                  that request'
Sheexplained  Federal Title X funding specificallytargetedwomen'sreproductive     health
by providingwomen'sclinical healthservices.

              ChairmanLarkin askedif therewas a way to ensurethe monieswere not
being co-mingledbecause subgrant not include abortionas a methodof family
                        the         did
planning.Ms. Buxton said site reviewswere conducted every year; and, accordingto
                   thesefundsmustbe accounted in separate
Title X requirements,                          for          accounts.

              Chairman  Larkin reiterated request a reporton how the moneywas
                                        his         for
beingusedand  the programresults.                               would be a reduction
                                   Ms. Kling repliedeffectiveness
in the teenpregnancy rate,which was being seen.Commissioner    Weberrequested those
numbers includedin the report.
         be


ocToBER10,2006                                                             PAGE 2OO
           CommissionerWeber said she could not support this grant funding
because felt this fundingcouldgo to otherareas.
      she

              Upon recommendation Ms. Buxton, through Eileen Coulombe,
                                         of
Administrative HealthServices   Officer,on motionby Commissioner  Galloway,seconded
by Chairman  Larkin, which motion duly carriedwith Commissioner    Webervoting "no,"
it was orderedthat the fiscal year2006107          Requisition
                                            Purchase           No. 3000006258  issued
to Children'sCabinetat Incline Village in the amountof $35,000for the Title X Family
PlanningHealthClinic be approved. was fuither ordered
                                     It                  that the following resolution
be adopted the Chairman authorized execute same:
           and                be            to       the

     RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING GRANT OF FUI{DS TO CHILDREN'S
                  CABINET AT INCLINE VILLAGE

              WHEREAS, The WashoeCounty District Board of Health made the
determination fund the family planningeffortsof Children'sCabinetat Incline \illage
             to
througha Noticeof SubgrantAward on September 2006;and
                                              28,                     _ * r: \
                                                 &orfitq'.                       *t
              WHEREAS, virtueof the Interloc{A#Effi& ##tffi,
                     By
Washoe    Health
     County                the  fi.1$it
                Districtuses same                                 procedures are
                                                                          that
                                                     *ryth#
                                                     *
   for   Departmen"' ".,.4
used County
                 T         # $tp
                                        NRS 244.1505, WashoeCounty may grant
money ts*q                         for any purposewhich will provide a substantial
benefit,oW           ts of the county;and

               WHDREAS, WashoeCounty desiresto provide money to Children's
Cabinetat InclineVillage to provideTitle X &mily planninghealthclinics to the women
of Incline Village, the areaof North Lake Tahoeand the surrounding  WashoeCounty
area;and

             WHEREAS, WashoeCounty finds that thesefamily planning services
providea substantial
                   benefitto the inhabitants the county;
                                           of

               NOW, TIIEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WASHOE COUNTY, that the Board hereby
entersinto the Purchase Requisitionto provide funds to Children's Cabinetat Incline
Village for the purposes forth in the attached
                       set                   Noticeof SubgrantAward.

06-1100       PURCHASEREOUISTTTON            -          -
                                 NO.3000006296 FY 2006/07
              PLANNED PARENTHOOD MAR MONTE - HEALTH

              PatsyBuxton, Fiscal Compliance   Officer, passed additional dataon
                                                              out
PlannedParenthood  Mar Monte, which was placedon file with the Clerk. Chairman
Larkin saidlastyearhe hadasked that this informationbe placedin the staffreportso the



PAGE 2OT                                                       ocToBER10,2006
results of the program's goals could be reviewed.Michelle Kling, Community and
Clinical Health ServicesDivision Director, apologizedand indicated she had never
received that request. stated
                     She      this clinic was supported federalTitle X frrndingthat
                                                       by
specificallytargptedwomen's reproductive   health by providing communityeducation
with a focuson maleresponsibility.

               In response ChairmanLarkin, Ms. Kling repliedthe Youth Alert Male
                            to
Investment  Programwas explained the second
                                    in           part of the handout;and sheindicated
why sheonly includeddatafor the last threeyears.Chairman      Larkin askedif therewas
an industrystandard measuring
                     for           success.Ms.  Kling explained pretest
                                                               a        wasdoneprior
to the workshopseries a posttest doneat its completion. saidthe comparison
                       and           was                       She
lookedat improvement                                      the
                                         level. Shestated knowledge
                        in the educational                              level increased
83 percent the 1,400youth attending program
           for                         the

             Chairman  Larkin askedif therewas a way to enswethe monieswere not
being co-mingledbecause subgrant not include abortionas a methodof family
                        the          did
planning.Ms. Buxton explained reviewswere conducted
                              sits                       everyyear; and,accgrding
                     thesefundsmustbeaccounted in separate
                     these
to TitleX requirements, funds
   Title requirements,           must accounted   for separate r:tffi
                                                               *t$i
                                                                  u-eqJ  SL
                                                                         R\
                                                                         #
                                                                  'tv\dsbeineused
             Chairman Larkin reiterated request
                                       his       tbr
andthe programresults.Ms. Kling replied
pregnancy rate, which was being
           Weberrequested
Commissioner                                    includedin the report.

                                      saidit lookedlike attendance the programhad
                                                                 in
gone                  Ms. Kling indicatedfunding to the  programhad beenflat while
ialariesar& operatingcostshad goneup. Shestated   therewas alsoa vacantpositionthat
affectedservicedelivery for a time. She said the workshopswere a seriesthat went
throughoutthe year, and shecould get the numberof workshopsheld and the attendance
levelat each.

           CommissionerWeber said she could not support this grant funding
because felt this fundingcouldgo to otheraxeas.
      she

               Upon recommendation Patsy Buxton, Fiscal ComplianceOfficer,
                                      of
through Eileen Coulombe, Administrative Health Services Officer, on motion by
Commissioner                      by
               Galloway,seconded Chairman      Larkin, which motion duly carriedwith
Commissioner                                                               Purchase
                Webervoting "no," it was orderedthat the fiscal year 2006107
RequisitionNo. 3000006296     issuedto  PlannedParenthood    Mar Monte in the total
                    for
amountof $80,000 the Title X Education     Program approved. wasfurtherordered
                                                   be            It
that the following resolutionbe adoptedand the Chairman authorized execute
                                                          be            to       the
same:




ocroBER 10,2006                                                           PAGE202
          RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING GRANT OF FUNDS TO PLAI\NED
                       PARENTHOOD MAR MONTE

            WHEREAS, The WashoeCounty District Board of Health made the
determination fund the family planningeducation
            to                                 efforts of Planned         Mar
                                                                 Parenthood
Montethrougha Noticeof Subgrant Award on September 2006;and
                                                   28,

            WHEREAS, By virtue of the Interlocal Agreementcreating it, the
Washoe  CountyHealthDistrict usesthe samefinancialpoliciesand procedures are
                                                                       that
usedfor CountyDepartments;and

               WHEREAS, Pursuantto NRS 224.1505,Washoe County may grant
money to a nonprofit organiz,ation any puryosewhich will provide a substantial
                                     for
benefitto the inhabitantsof the countv:and

             WHEREAS, Washoe County desires to provide money to Planned
Parenthood                                        age and culturally apprqpriate
           Mar Monte to provide medically accurate,
interventiondesignedto help preventunintendedpregnancyand sexuallyg4n6rlitted
diseasesamong areaadolescents;and                               frlJ **-
                                                          ***.n ffi I Chr
                                                           **"\1
                                                         '1'At
                                                                         LJ
                                                                   J &
               WHAREAS, WashoeCounty finds.                     y planning
                                                         :$atrfffyplanning services


               NOW,
                                    OF WASHOE COIINTY, that the Board hereby
entersi         ubcft#eRequisition providefundsto Planned
                                     to                              Mar
                                                            Parenthood Monte
for the         setforth in the attached                Award.
                                        Noticeof Subgrant

06-1101        BUpcET AMENDMENT - FY 2006/07NEVApA HIqPANIC
               SERVICES- SAMHSA GRANT PROGRAM OO 10s28):
               HEALTH

                Chairman Larkin said last year he had asked for information on the
effectiveness this program.Ms. Kling replied shewould supplythat data.Chairman
              of
Larkin saidthe relevant  management  questionwasif the Countywasthe best;and,if not,
why..He requested presentation answerquestions the program'seffectiveness
                     a             to                  on
similarto the questions  askedaboutthe tobacco programin the Hispaniccommunity.   He
felt that progftrmwas effectivein who was beingreached why. He saidit was good
                                                         and
management    practice look at the nationalbenchmark determine
                      to                              to           whetherthe County
was achievingthose results. Ms. Kling said there were performancemeasures        with
outcomein each of the scopesof work for subgrants.      She said that informationwas
received  duringthe auditandannual  reportingof the agency.

             Upon recommendation Patsy Buxton, Fiscal ComplianceOfficer,
                                 of
through Eileen Coulombe, Administrative Health Services Officer, on motion by
Commissioner Galloway,seconded ChairmanLarkin, which motion duly carried,it
                              by



PAGE 203                                                         ocToBER 10,2006
was orderedthat the following amendment the District Health Fiscal Year 2006107
                                      to
NevadaHispanicServices   SAMSHA (IO 10528)grantprogrambudgetbe approved    and
the FinanceDepartment directed makethe
                      be        to       following budgetadjustments:

 ACCOUNT NUMBER               DESCRIPTION                 AMOUNT OF
                                                          INCREASE(DECREASE)
 2002-ro-10528,43rr00
                    FederalRevenue                        $ 5,578.88
 2002-ro-10528-70rr20 art-time
                    P                                     $ 2,815.08
 2002-ro-10528-70s2r0etirement
                    R                                     $ s5s.98
 2002-ro-10528-7A5n0 Medicare                             $ 40.82
 2002-ro-10528-7t072r
                   Outoatient                             $ 2.167.00
 Total Expenditures                                       $ 5.578.88

                                                                      budgetinto
                                                                adopted
             It was notedthis would bring the fiscal year 20A6107
alignmentwith the grant.

06-1102


                                                          & * . r ' " q u l1 ! *
             Upon recommendation   of        B.h*#hr$- H"*oliance cer,     offi
through Eileen Coulombe,                     h"esefiiices Officer, on motion by
Commissioner  Galloway,seco                  Larkin, which motion duly carried,it
was ordered that the                n with a zero net effect in the Tire Fee NRS
444/..                           FY06l07progam budgetbe approved; creation
                                                                       the
of one                         HealthSpecialist
                     vironmental               Position(PC#TBD)as evaluated     by

directed to make the following budget adjustments:

 ACCOUNT NUMBER               DESCRIPTION                  AMOUNT OF
                                                           INCREASE/(I)ECREASE)
 2002-10-20269-70tt30 PooledPositions                      $ 21,000
 2042-10-20269-781007 Vehicles- Capital                    s 32,000
 Total Increases                                           $ 53.000
 20a2-to-20269-710100 Professional
                                 Services                  $ (32,ooo)
 2002-to-20269-7t0200 ServiceContracts                     $ (21,000)
 Total Decreases                                           $ (53,000)
 Net Effect                                                s           0

             It was noted that this positioq would have zero net effect to the fiscal year
2006107Tire Fee program budget.




ocToBER 10,2006                                                                    PAGE 204
06-1103                    -         wAsHoE couNTY
                  AMENDMENTqTY 2006/07
             BUpGET
             RADON AWARENNSSGRANT PROGRAM - HEAI/TH

              Uponrecommendation Lori Cooke,FiscalCompliance
                                  of                                Officer,through
Eileen Coulombe, AdministrativeHealth ServicesOfficer, on motion by Commissioner
Galloway,seconded Chairman
                   by          Larkin, which motion duly carried,it was ordered that
the following amendments the Nevada State Health Division, Bureau of Health
                         to
Protection Services,WashoeCounty Radon AwarenessGrant Program Fiscal Year
2006107  budget,in supportof Travel and OperatingSuppliesfunded by a Subgrant
Award from the NevadaStateHealthDivision,be approved the Finance
                                                        and             Department
be directed makethe following budgetadjustments:
           to

 ACCOUNT NUMBER                DESCRIPTION             AMOUNT OF INCREASE
 2002-IN-TBD-431100            Federal Revenue
 2002-IN-TBD-710546
 2002-rN-TBD-711210




                                                              by ChairmanLarkin,
which motion duly carried,it                    resignation MelissaAyrault from
                                                          of
                                            (OEC) be acceptedand Pat O'Hair be
                                                                           with a
                                             BargainingUnit's representative
                     31,2010.

06.1105      ACCEPTANCEOF BYRNE DISCRETIONARY GRANT.
             MENTALLY ILL OFFENDER PLANNING PROJECT -
             MANAGEMENT SERVICES

             Upon recommendationof Gabrielle Enfield, Community Support
                                    Management
Administrator,through John Slaughter,            ServicesDirector, on motion by
Commissioner  Galloway,seconded ChairmanLarkin, which motion duly canied, it
                                by
was orderedthat the Byrne Discretionalgrant from the Office of JusticeProgtams,
Bureauof JusticeAssistance, the amountof $49,361be accepted
                            in                                  and the Finance
Department directed makethe appropriate
          be         to                  budget adjustments.

06-1106       ACCEPTANCEOF VEHICLE DONATION - GERIiACH
              VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT _ MANAGEMENT
              SERVLCES

             In response the call for public comment,
                        to                            Gary SchmidtthankedStorey
Countyfor the donationof the ambulance the GerlachVolunteerFire Department.
                                       to                                   He
saidthe donationof a usedambulance                                     to
                                                                counties oneof
                                   from one of the leastpopulated




PAGE 205                                                      ocToBER 10,2006
                                                                       the
the most populatedcountiesin the Stateindicatedthis Commissionmismanaged
County'sfire services.

              Commissioner Weber thanked Storey County for the donation of the
ambulance Paul Hefner,Fire Services
           and                        Coordinatoro making it happen'She said
                                                 for
the peopleof Gerlach                an
                              needed ambulance.
                    desperately

            Katy Singlaub,CountyManager, said donations surplusequipment
                                                       of                go
both ways. She stated the County often donated its surplus equipmentto other
                                                       was
communitieso it wasoftenjust a question whensomething available.
           and                        of

             Upon recommendationof Mr. Hefner, through John Slaughter,
Management   ServicesDirector, on motion by Commissioner     Galloway, seconded   by
Chairman  Larkin, which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat the donationof a 1992
Ford F350 ambulance the StoreyCounty Fire Department the GerlachVolunteer
                      by                                    to
Fire Department,  Washoe County Fire Suppression      Services,be acceptedwith the
gratitude the Boardandthe Chairman authorized execute Bill of Sale.
         of                           be            to        the

06-1107
                 RVICE -

           Upon                                                       Sheriff, through
DennisBalaam.Sheriff. on                                                 by
                                                    Galloway,seconded Chairman
                                          orderedthat extensionof the currentcontract
                                      United StatesMarshalsServiceto houseFederal
                                      be approvedand the Chairmanbe authorized      to
                                     the contract shall be in effect indefinitely until
terminated writing by eitherparty.
         in

06-1108       ACCEPTANC,E CASH DONATION - DETECTIVE DIYI$ON
                          Or
              EOUIPMENT - SHERIFF

             Upon recofllmendation WayneYarbrough,
                                     of                   Lieutenant,  throughDennis
Balaam,Sheriff,on motion by Commissioner     Galloway,seconded Chairman
                                                                 by             Larkin,
which motion duly carried,it was ordered that the cashdonationof $2,493.35    from the
HonoraryDeputy'sAssociation the Sheriff s Office Detective
                              to                               Division for purchaseof
a laptop computerbe accepted with the gratitudeof the Board.It was further orderedthat
the FinanceDepartment directed makethe following budgetadjustments:
                      be          to

 Account Number            Description                               Amount
 Increase   Revenues:
 150610-484000                     -
                          Detectives Donations                       $ 2.493.35
 Increase   Expenditures:
              11
 1 5 0 6 1 0 -75 0 4               -
                          Detectives EquipmentNon-Capital            82,493.35




ocroBER 10,2006                                                            PAGE 206
06-1109       ACCEPTANCn 9F JUVENILE ACpOUNTABILITY BLOCK
                       CARRY FORWARD TUNDS - JUVENILE
              GRANT 2OO3
              SERVICES

                In responseChairmanLarkin, Les Gruner,DetentionDivision Director,
saidthis item involvedcollaborating with the Washoe   CountySchoolDistrict to increase
education  services the JanEvansDetentionCenter. saidthey wantedto implement
                    at                                He
the ArizonaTransitionProject  (ADTP) modelwithin the local schooldistrict. Chairman
Larkin askedif implementation                   in
                                was authorized this agenda    item. Mr. Grunersaid it
approved   moniescomingthroughthe block                                       position
                                            grantto fund a TransitionSpecialist
to collaborate with the SchoolDistrict. He indicatedArizona Statewantedto expandthe
model  to includethe County'sdetention  centeralongwith an additionalcenterin Arizona
and Fresno,  California.He saidit wasone of the only modelsdealingwith the hansition
of childrenleavingdetention  and goingback into the community.Chairman    Larkin said
that washis concem.Mr. Grunersaidthis was an areathat was lackingwhen looking at
correctional detention
             or          centers.

                   Humke
         Commissioner   disclosed serves theNevada
                                he     on         Juvenib*.fustice
Commission.                                    ," f-l\J'&f
                 recommendation
              upon                   ,hfoffin$"1,Yj*, Juvenile
                         of Mr.cruqft,
       Director, motion Co$qissjqpegStfofuayfselorfdedChairman
Services        on      by                             by         Larkin,
whichmotionduly canied, qgs ob&{Frutre Juvenile
                       it                                     BlockGrant
                                                 Accountability
2003 carry forward $fr         uvbnile Justice Commissionin the amount of
$58,985.                         inanceDepartment directedto makethe following
                                                be
budget

Increase
       GrantRevenue           IN l0041- 431100           $58,985.03
Increase
       Expenditures           IN1004r-710400             $58.985.03

06-1110       CONBULTTNGAGREEMENT - KENNEpY/JENKS
              C,0NSULTANTS- TRUCKEE RrVER RESTORATION - WATER
              RESOURCES

                 Chairman Larkin saidhe did not want to pay for someone learnhow to
                                                                      to
facilitate this processonly to have them turn aroundand chargethe County to facilitate
the process. felt the County had the skills internally.He suggested County put
               He                                                     the
togetherthe packet;and, if any contactor   wantedto obtainthat packetand placea bid,
thenlet themlearnon their own.

              Jim Smitherman,  Program Manager,  saidstaff hadthe skills to do this but
                                                              got
did not havethe time. He saidthe WaterPlanningCommission their work doneby
contractingit out, which the Regional Water Management       Fund was used for. He
indicatedhe had half a dozenor more contracts projectssuch as this going at one
                                               for
time. He did not meanto imply the contractorhad everythingin placeand all they had to
do was package information and give it to the County. He statedthe contractorhad
                 the



PAGE 207                                                         ocroBER 10,2006
beenthroughthe process once,and they understood complexity.He saidthey would
                                              its
makerecommendations process
                     for                                    them throughwith
                                changes then try to negotiate
                                       and
             on
the regulators behalfof the County.

                        Gallowaysaidhe would like to seea tradeoffanalysison
             Commissioner
           WaterManagement
the Regional              Fundhavingmoretechnical   staff.

              ChairmanLarkin indicatedhe did not want to add staff and appreciated
what the WaterResourcesDepartment trying to do. He reiterated did not want to
                                   was                          he
pay someone learnandthenturn aroundandpay them again.
            to                                            Commissioner  Galloway
saidthat might happen
                    becausesomeone wasacquiringthe in-house
                                    else                          expertise.

              Upon recommendation Mr. Smithernan,and Jeanne
                                     of                          Ruefer,Planning
Manager, through Steve Bradhurst,       Water Resources Director, on motion by
Commissioner  Galloway,seconded ChairmanLarkin, which motion duly carried,it
                                   by
wasordered  that               of
                 the expenditure $90,542  from the RegionalWaterManagement Fund
for an agreement  with Kennedy/Jenks Consultants the development standar{sand
                                                for               of
regulatory framework to facilitate Truckee River Restorationbe approve$
                                 the
Chairman authorized execute agreement.
          be            to
                                                               g#%'
06-1111
             PARKWAY WA

             Upon 4{                  bf Joe Theaman,Utility OperationsManager,
through                            ResourcesDirector, and John Sherman,Finance
Director,             p-'Commissioner Galloway,seconded Chair-man
                                                        by          Larkin, which
motion d     carried, it was orderedthat payment to Rocky Mountain Excavation for
emergencywork performed on a 24-inch reclaimedwaterline on Damonte Ranch
Parkwayin the amountof $50,047   .21be approved the BudgetDivision be directed
                                               and                             to
complete transferof budgetauthority.
         the

06-1112      CONTRACT - ECO:LOGIC CONSULTING- 2006FACILITY
             PLAN UPDATE . SPANISHSPRINGSWATER SYSTEM-
             WATER RESgURCES

              Upon recommendation Alan JonesoLicensed F.ngineer,and Paul
                                      of
Orphan,Engineering   Manager,throughSteveBradhurst,Water Resources Director,on
motion by Commissioner   Galloway,seconded ChairmanLarkin, which motion duly
                                             by
carried,it was ordered                with Eco:LogicConsulting complete 2006
                      that the contract                        to      the
Facility PlanUpdatefor the Spanish  SpringsWaterSystem the amountof $47,500
                                                        in                  be
approved the Chairmanbe authorized execute
          and                           to       the contract.




ocToBER10,2006                                                        PAGE 208
06-ttl3      C0RRECTTOL{OF CL4RTCAL ERRORS - PERSON,{L
             PROPERTY TAX ROLL - ASSESSOR

              Upon recommendation Mark Stafford,SeniorAppraiser, motion by
                                   of                                 on
Commissioner   Galloway,seconded ChairmanLarkin, which
                                 by                         motion duly carried,it
was orderedthat Roll ChangeRequests     Numbers 06-98 through 06-145 correcting
clericalenors for the 2005/06PersonalPropertyTax Roll be approved a cumulative
                                                                   for
reduction the amountof $17,449.07 the Chairman authorized execute
         in                        and             be            to       Exhibit
A, which was placedon file with the Clerk. It was further orderedthe Treasurer  be
directedto makethe necessary refundsof adjustments the tax bill and correctthe tax
                                                  to
roll.

06-1114      CORRECTION OF FACTUAL AI\D CLEBTCAL ERRORS-
             ASSESSOR

             Uponrecommendation Ivy Diezel,Systems
                              of                       Analyst,on motion
                                                 Support

was orderedthat the following Roll ChangeRequests  correctingfactual
errorsand the Order directingthe Treasurer correctthe errorsbe".p
                                         to
                                the
Chairman authorized execute same:
         be           to                      ,    fu *.ntlb

 Pronertv Owner                        ParwtYL& Amouf,t                  Roll
 George & Janeese
       W.       HardineTRI               wnt-rz t-$12.319.43 Secured     2006
Jacqueline LusichSIA,{11
           E.                !t   }-"" 007-3ll-07          [-$6,428.69 2006Secured
JohnC.&{areefliJil }rtaleficfi *a      148- 061- 51 [-$3,354.412006Secured
RichardEfe{"ofrdne S. Worthen          084-090-4s r-$3,202.42            2006Secured
David A.lDuffield TR                   r23-032-rr [-$3,129.212005Secured
David A. Duffield TR                   123-032-ll          l-s2,927.23   2004Secured
David A. Duffield TR                   t23-432-11 I-$2.846.s82003Secured
James AshtonTR
      W.                               0t6-592-22 [-$1,506.272006Secured
EdwardH. & JulinaA. Colt               150-061-0s t--$759.092006Secured
Joseph Reehetti
       P.         ETAL                 007-31   l-09         t-$738.6s2006Secured
EdwardH. & JulinaA. Colt               150-061-0s t-s736.e8              2005Secured
EdwardH. & JulinaA. Colt               ls0-061-05            l-$760.64 2004Secured
PaulaSachs  ETAL                       077-150-01            l-$664.73 2006Secured
PaulaSachs  ETAL                       077-150-01                l-$0.00 2005Secured
L.A. & ChrisEddines                    009-120-46            l-s640.74 2005Secured
ScottH. Douglass                       202-105-08 t--$31            l.6s 2006Secured
CarolJ. SewellETAL                     538-065-01            t-$299.07 2005Secured
MoanaInvestments   LLC                 023-r3t-r9            t-$281.26   2006Secured
JohnM. & KarenHerbert                  087-043-15            l-$279.87' 2006Secured
Brent E. Johnson                       078-253-10 I-$210.s6'             2006Secured
KennethM. GrotteTRET                   086-223-r0            l-$176.28   2005Secured
Kenneth GrotteTRET
         M.                            086-223-10            l--$l67.se2004Secured
KennethM. GrotteTRET                   086-223-r0              l- $98.14 2003Secured
JaniceA. Galati                        0 0 1 - 1 7 1 - 1 4 t-$    1s2.s32006Secured

PAGE 209                                                       ocroBER 10,2006
Pronerty Owner                        Parcel         Amount         Roll
      A.
Janice Galati                         001-171-14                   2005
                                                        I-$141.231 Secwed
JeanneT. Mackav                       014-143-08                   2005
                                                        t-$126.08.l Secured
RobertA. GilbertTR                     084-200-41                  2006
                                                        t-$11e.43.| Secured
J. Tom WiseTR                          051-ls2-07           l6.s7l 2006Secured
                                                        t"-$l
J. Tom WiseTR                          05r-152-07                2
                                                         I-$e6.6sl 005Secured
J. Tom WiseTR                          05t-152-07       l-$r13.7712004Secured
Washoe  MedicalCenter                  0t2-144-02                2006
                                                         t-$8e.s6'l Secured
Sandro Margaret Marino
       &         L.                    0t5-192-04        l-$77.4612004Secured
Sandro MarsaretL. Marino
       &                               0t5-192-04        t-$44.9212005Secured
Sandro &Marsaret L. Marino             0r5-192-04        t-s46.2712006Secured
Dennis& CathvButler                    234-352-06        t-$s0.03.| Secured
                                                                  2006
EileenJ. RoubalETAL                    082-232-r0        t,$6e.8ll 2005Secured
Mark Vorderbruseen ETAL                084-35 -l 7
                                             1            t--$0.00] 2005Secured
Nevada Ice Company                     006-222-27         t-$0.001  2006Secured
Clark Brothers         LLC ETAL 0n-25s-02
              Investment                                  t-$0.0012006Secured
Arene& Christine Pavlakis       002-342-r6                          2
                                                          t-$0.00.| 006 Secfued

06-1115



            Upon                          Joey Orduna, Assistant District Court
             Fqrpil
Administrator,                      throughRon Longtin,District CourtAdministrator
andClerffi1
Larkin, w&.ch
Contractfrom July 1,2006 throughJune30, 2007between   Washoe  County,throughthe
Second                                                North, concerning
        JudicialDistrict Court, and MEDSchoolAssociates                Statutory
MentalHealthExaminations the amountof $49,400, approved the Chairman
                            in                   be          and             be
authorized execute same.
          to         the

06-1116      RESOLUTIONS- MODIFY CITIZEN ADYISORY BOARD
             MEMBERSHIPS _ CENTRAI,. SOUTHWEST TRUCKEE
             MEApOyS ANp VERDI TOWI\SHIP - COMMUNITY
             DEVELOPMENT

              Upon recorrmendation Bob Webb,PlanningManager,
                                    of                              throughAdrian
Freund,CommunityDevelopment      Director,upon motion by Commissioner      Galloway,
seconded Chairman
         by          Larkin, which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat the current
At-Large position held by Jill Switzer on the SouthwestTruckee MeadowsCitizen
Advisory Board(CAB) be changed the Zolezzilspring
                                 to                   Valley/Westridge position
                                                                       area
for the duration of her term. It was further orderedthat the following resolutions
modifring the memberships the Central, Southwest
                           of                         TruckeeMeadows,and Verdi
TownshipCAB's be approved Chairman
                            and                                         the
                                          Larkin be authorized execute same:
                                                               to




ocToBER 10,2006                                                            PAGE 210
                                RESOLUTION

           WHEREAS, The Central Citizen Advisory Board was formed by the
Board of County Commissioners August 22, 2006 to representthe citizens of
                            on
CommissionDistrict 3; and

              WHEREAS, The County Commissioner representing Commission
District 3 desiresthat alternates appointed the CentralCitizen Advisory Board to
                                be        to
ensurethat a quorum is availablefor every Citizen Advisory Board meeting;now,
           be
therefore, it

             RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, That the Central Citizen Advisory Board be
                                             under the authority of Washoe
restructured, amended the following paxagraph,
            as       in
CountyCodeSection5.429;andbe it further




             RESOLVED, that this amendment tt$,fu@ffihip in of the Central
                                         fto                o
      Advi B O.r"-.jttffi.ff
Citizen sory oard                                  $o ffi isadopted.
                                                    luti
                                        #q**t
                   : r {1*      fusdiurroN
                                                    Board
                                      Meadows Advisory
       P ffie3ffi4:ffiou,r,*est rruckee    citizen
was form# by the Boardof CountyCommissioners September 1982to represent
                                              on         14,
the citizensof the southwestem of the central
                             area           Truckee       and
                                                   Meadows;

              WHEREAS, The Southwest      TruckeeMeadows CitizenAdvisoryBoard
hasexperienced                             from the CitizenAdvisory Board'sareaof
                difficulty recruitingmembers
responsibilityand,further,the numberof vacantpositionson the CitizenAdvisoryBoard
has createdconcernsabout the ability to establisha quorum of membersfor each
meeting;now, therefore, it
                         be

             RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, That the SouthwestTruckee Meadows Citizen
Advisory Board be restructured, amendedin the following pwagraph,under the
                              as
authorityof Washoe
                 County  CodeSection5.429;andbe it further

             RESOLVED, That the membership the Southwest
                                             of             TruckeeMeadows
Citizen Advisory Board is amendedto consist of one member representingthe
Lakeside/Holcomb area, one member representing Mt. Rose area, one member
                                               the
representing SouthHills area,one memberrepresenting Windy Hillffrost Ranch
           the                                      the
area,one memberrepresenting ZolezzilspnngValley/Westridge
                            the                             area,two at-large
members and two at-large altemate positions appointedby the Board of County



PAGE 2II                                                    ocToBER10,2006
Commissioners; membership   areas as definedon the attached
                                  are                        map, and the at-large
members and alternateswill be appointed with considerationgiven to equable
geographicalrepresentation                         portions of the citizen advisory
                           within the unincorporated
boardarea;andbe it further

           RESOLVED, that this amendment the membership the Southwest
                                          to                 of
TruckeeMeadowsCitizen Advisory Board becomeeffectivethe datethis Resolutionis
adopted.

                                 RESOLUTION

             WHEREAS, the Verdi TownshipCitizenAdvisory Boardwas fonnedby
the Board of County Commissioners May 19, 1981to represent citizensof the
                                on                        the
Verdi Township;and




t"**w
restructured,as ame                      paragraph,under the authority of Washoe


             nnSOlVnD, That the membershipof the Verdi Township Citizen
AdvisoryBoardis amended consistof five at-large
                        to                     members oneat-largealternate
                                                     and
positionappointed the Boardof CountyCommissioners; be it further
                by                                and

            RESOLVED, That this amendment the membershipof the Verdi
                                             to
TownshipCitizenAdvisoryBoardbecomeeffective                      is
                                           the datethis Resolution adopted.

06.1117      USE STATE OF NEVADA BID NO. 7155_ OFFICE SUPPLIES-
             PURCHASING

             Upon recommendation DarlenePenny,Buyer,th,rough
                                   of                            JohnBalentine,
Purchasingand ContractsAdministrator,upon motion by CommissionerGalloway,
seconded CommissionerWeber, which motion duly canied with Commissioner
          by
Humkevoting o'no,"it wasordered usingStateof NevadaBid No. 7155andOakland
                                that
County,MichiganContract80286538 to includeMy Office Products BoiseCascade
                                                               or
Office ProductsCorp dba OfficeMaxfor office supplies behalfof Washoe
                                                    on              Countyfor
                                                          be
                                  annualamountof $260,000 approved.
a threeyearperiodin the approximate




ocToBER10,2006                                                         PAGE212
06-1118                    - SrArE DIVISION pHIl,44ND
             GRANrACCEPTANCE              Or
             FAMILYjIERVICES - FOSTER YOUTH IN TRANSITION -
             SOCIAL SERVICES

               Upon recommendation Mike Capello, Social ServicesDirector, on
                                     of
motion by Commissioner                       by
                         Galloway,seconded Commissioner      Weber,which motion
duly carried, wasordered moniesfor fiscal
            it            that                                  Chafee
                                               year2007in Federal      fundsfrom
the StateDivision of Child and Family Services assistyouth in makingthe transition
                                               to
from fostercaxe economicself-suffrciency
                to                         in the amountof $148,680 retroactively
                                                                   be
acceptedand the Finance Departmentbe directed to make the following budget
adjuitments: Post the revenues  and expenses Intemal Order 10138for the Chaffee
                                             to
Gianq the revenueaccountis 431100;and post the expenditure     authorityto 10138-
7l07ll in theamount $123.680 710200 the amount $25,000.
                     of          and        in           of

06-ttt9      GRANT ACCEPTANCE - STATE DIVISION OF CHILD AND
             FAMILY SERVICES- FqSTER YOUTH IN TRANqITION -
             SOCIAL SERVICES

              Upon recommendation Mike Capello, Social
                                       of
motion by Commissioner      Galloway,seconded  by
duly carried,it was orderedthat monies for fi                       the Fund to Assist
FormerFosterYouth (formerly                                         Independent Living
Grantfrom the StateDivision of                    Services,        youth in makingthe
                                                           to assist
transitionfrom fostertai                  f-sufficiencyin the amountof $321,002   with
                                   accepted, the
                                            and     FinanceDepartment directedto
                                                                         be
make the                                  which includes$1,500for youth refreshments
                           get adjustments,
and$3,       staff travel to accompany youth to conferences.

06-1120       GRANT ACCEPTANCE - STATF OF NEVADA - HOUSING
              REHABILITATION PROJECT _ LOW INCOME LEMMON
              VALLEY HOMEOWI\ERS - MANAGEMENJISER]4CES

             Upofr recommendationof Gabrielle Enfield, Community Support
Administrator,through John Slaughter,ManagementServicesDirector, on motion by
Commissioner                    by
              Galloway,seconded Commissioner  Weber,which motion duly carried,
it was ordered                            Block Grant(CDBG) awardfor July l,
              that the CommunityDevelopment
2006 through December31, 2007, from the State of Nevada to support a Water
Connection low-incomeresidents LemmonValley in the amountof $204,350,
           for                    of                                       be
acceptedand the Finance Departmentbe directed to make the following budget
adjustments:

 AccountNumber Descriotion                                           Amount
        Revenue:
 Increase
 TBD-431100                              and
                 HeppnerWell Abandonment Community                   $204,350
                 WaterService                Revenue
                             Connection/Federal




PAGE 2T3                                                       ocToBER 10,2006
IncreaseExpenditure:
TBD.TBD                 Well Abandonment Community
                  Heppner                and                       $204,350
                  WaterServiceConnection

06-1121        GRANT PROGRAM CONTRACT * RENO-SPARKS   GOSP4L
               MISSION - EMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTER -
               MANAGEMENT SERYICES

              Commissioner    Sferrazzaaskedif therewould be any monitoring,suchas
randomdrop-ins,to ensurethere would be no religious instructionor counseling aas
conditionfor using the facility. Katy Singlaub,CountyManager,repliedthat would be
done.

             Upon recommendationof Gabrielle Enfield, Community Support
                                    Management
Administrator,through John Slaughter,            ServicesDirector, on motion by
Commissioner  Galloway,seconded Commissioner
                                by                                  ouly ciilrleo,
                                                Weber,which motion duly c4rried,
it wasorderedthat the GrantProgram       with
                                  Contract    the Reno-SparksGospelMisei&nfor
                                                                    I
the remainder fiscal year 2006107
            of                   (OctoberthroughJune)to             ,%f'6i&'
                                                                      effidn of
                                                                       following"r



        {-} $:}tttb.
            %"d'F "
          Y'
           -B- WHEREAS, NRS 244.1505 provides that a Board of County
Commissioners     may expendmoney for any purposewhich will provide a substantial
benefit to the inhabitantsof the County and that a boardmay makea grant of moneyto a
nonprofit organizationcreatedfor religious, charitableor educational purposes be
                                                                               to
expended                purpose;
           for a selected         and

              WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners Washoe County has
                                                           of
determinedthat a certain amount of money is available for fiscal year 2006-2007for
community support grants, which grants will provide a substantial benefit to the
inhabitants WashoeCounty and which are madeto private nonprofit organizations;
           of
              be
now, therefore, it

                                                    of     Countythat:
               RESOLVED, by the Boardof Commissioners Washoe

               l.   The boardherebygrantsto the Reno-Sparks    GospelMission,Inc.,
                    a private,non-profitorganization, grantfor fiscal year2006'2407
                                                    a
                                 of
                    in theamount $118,833    (Community  Support).

               2.   The purpose of the grant is to provide for homelessshelter
                    services.


ocToBER10,2006                                                          PAGE214
                 3.        The maximum amount to be expendedfrom the grant and the
                           conditions and limitations upon the grant are as set forth in the
                           GrantProgramContract,    which Contractis incorporated hereinby
                           reference.

06-1122          BUDGET AMENDMENTS - STATE OF NEVADA - CHILD
                 ABUSE PREVENTION OUTREACH AND MARKETING GRANT
                 PROGRAM _ HEAI,TH

             Upon recommendation Patsy Buxton, Fiscal ComplianceOfficer,
                                   of
through Eileen Coulombe, Administrative Health Services Officer, on motion by
Commissioner                    by
              Galloway,seconded Commissioner     Weber,which motion duly carried,
it was orderedthat amendments the adoptedChild Abuse PreventionOutreachand
                              to
Marketing Grant Program  budget for fiscal year 2006107,inueasing revenue and
expenses bring the budgetinto alignment
         to                            with the grant,in the amountof $198,207be
approvedand the Finance Departmentbe directed to make the following budget
adjustments:

 AccountNumber                  Descrintion                            Amounf-'qu fl,L I
 2002-ro-10410-432100 Grants
                        State                                *.   "t       Shr.0o
 2002-ro-10410-710100              Services A
                        Professional                         ro        "$K4,613.00
 2002-IO-10410-710240   ServiceGoatrads?1 Ue'                          $ 19.500.00
 2002-ro-10410-71036r   Poslase LJ e'*
                               t4                                      $    3,250.00
 2002-IO-0410-7I 0590r ffilbf-Exdffise
        I                                                              $    4"500.00
 2002-IWq4J{{n0ma    5 Piiffie                                         $ 3.s00.00
 2002-IOryO4J,'?11210   Travel                                         $ 2,844.00
 Total Expenditures                                                    $ 198207.00

06.1123          GRANT APPROVAL - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE -
                 DNA CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT.PROGRAM * LAB
                 EOUIPMENT PURCHASE- SHERIFF

             Upon recommendationof Don Means, Forensic Science Division
Commander,  through DennisBalaam,Sheriff, on motion by Commissioner        Galloway,
seconded Commissioner
         by                Weber,which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat the
grantfundingfor fiscalyear 2006107  from theNationalInstituteof JusticeDNA Capacity
Enhancement  Programto purchase   equipment                             in
                                             from Applied Biosystems, accordance
with the sole sourcejustification, in the amount of $219,986,be approvedand the
FinanceDepartment directed makethe following budgetadjustments:
                   be         to

 AccountNumber              Descrintion                                       Amount
 Increase Revenues:
 10557-431
        100                                            Grants
                            NIJ FY06 DNA Capacity-Federal                      $ 219.986.00
 Increase Expenditures :
 r0557-781004                                            Capital
                            NIJ FY06 DNA Capacity-Equipment                    $ 219.986.00



PAGE 2I5                                                                   ocToBER 10,2006
06-t124      AWARD OX'BID , LEMMpN VALLEY WATER SYSTEM
             IMPROVEMENTS. HEPPNER WATERLINE EXTENSIONS.
             PHASE 5A- WATER RESOURCPS

             This was the time to considerawardof the bid for the LemmonValley
Water SystemImprovements,   HeppnerWaterlineExtensions,  Phase5a. The Notice to
Bidders for receipt of sealedbids was published in the Reno-Gazette  Journal on
September 13,14,20, and21,2006.   Proofwasmadethat dueand   legalNoticehadbeen
given.

                              from the following vendors:
              Bids werereceived

Gerhardt Berry Construction,
        &                    Inc.                           Inc.
                                           RapidConstruction,
MikesTrenching,Inc.                        A & K EarthMovers,Inc.
                 Inc.
Atlas Contractors.                                       Inc.
                                           CruzExcavatine.
BurdickExcavatine  Company Inc.            GradexConstructionCompanv
Marv McOueary  ExcavatinsInc.              Aspen DevelopersCorp.               ,&

              Upon reeommendation Joe
                                   of                  Licensed             ffib""'
Orphan,Engineering  Manager,throughSteve                              Director,on
motion bv Commissioner  Gallowav.seconded                       eber,which motion
duly carried, it was ordered                         L6mmoir Valley Water System
                                              Phase5a of the County program to
providewater service                  bdivision in North LemmonValley be awarded
                                   bidder,Gerhardt Berry Construction,
                                                    &                  Inc., in the
                    .21, the Chairman authorized
                                      be            to execute contractdocuments
                                                             the
uponreceft, andthe Engineering Manager authorized issuetheNoticeto Proceed.
                                        be             to

06.1125       AWARD OF BID _ II$ORTHWESTLIBRARY PARKING LOT
              RECONSTRUCTION - PUBLIC IVORKS

                                                                          of
            This was the time to considerawardof the bid for reconstruction the
        Library ParkingLot on behalfof the PublicWorksDepartment.
Northwest

              Bids werereceivedfrom the following vendors:

              A&K EarthMovers,  Inc.
              GraniteConstruction
              GradexConstruction
              SierraNevadaConstruction
              SpanishSprings Construction
              SierraDirt Works

              In response the call for public comment,
                          to                           Gary Schmidtsaidhe signed    in
to speakon this item, but actually wantedto speakon the motion to do a block vote that
wasnot on the agenda. saidhe was opposed the block vote because wasan effort
                       He                     to                       it


ocToBER10,2006                                                            PAGE 2T6
                               Chairman
of the Boardto hide its actions.        Larkin asked Mr. Schmidthad any comment
                                                       if
on this item. Mr. Schmidtreplied he was speakingon the motion before the Board.
Chairman   Larkin saidMr. Schmidt'scomments     must be confinedto this item according
to the Board'srules.Mr. Schmidtsaidhe opposed motion to approvethis item in a
                                                   the
block vote. He felt the denialby the Chair to allow him to speakregarding motion on
                                                                           a
the floor violatedthe OpenMeetingLaw.

              In response ChairmanLarkin, MelanieFoster,Legal Counsel,
                          to                                               saidthe
Commission  was free to vote on a block of itemsby onevote; but the Boardwould need
to takepublic comment itemsfor which peoplesignedup. Shesaidtherewasnothing
                       on
in the OpenMeetingLaw that required   individualmotions.

             Commissioner Galloway commented that anyone concemed with
particularaspects any of theseitemscouldhavesigned to speak. indicated he
                on                                   up         He            if
had seena largegroupconcemed   aboutany one item, he would havepulled it out of the
block.

               Commissioner  Sferraz agreedthe
                                   za            block vote was appropriaterryqQiA if
anyperson   wanted speak specificagenda
                    to    on                items,he would be  willjnffit$fudfb them
the full amountof time on eachof thoseitems. He said$e .{4{6f fu&afiy'difference
between  havinga block vote andtakingthe time to                   individuallyexcept


                                 ,ffim
the time it would take.

           Commissiorwrq$f&er                         whereit indicated
                                             the agenda                itemsmight
bevotedsrq4rrEhlSL+ b PLs
                   \
         trJffi}
          !                                                    Director,through
             Upon recoillmendation David Solaro,CapitalProjects
                                  of
Tom Gadd,Public Works Director,on.motion by Commissioner  Galloway,seconded   by
Commissioner  Weber,which motion duly carried it was orderedthat the bid for the
Northwest Library parking lot reconstruction awardedto the lowest responsive,
                                           be
          bidder,SienaDirt Works,in the amountof $150,394 the Chairman
responsible                                                and                be
authorized execute contract
         to        the         documentsuponpresentation.

O6.1126       RESOLUTION - INTENT TO ISSUE GAS AND WATER
              FACILITIES REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS - SIERBA
              PACIFIC POWER COMPAI\IY - MANAGER

              Katy Singlaub,County Manager,explainedthe bondswere not general
obligationsof WashoeCountyand therewould be no fiscal impact to the County.She
statedstatuteauthorizescountiesto issuethesebondsfor the benefit of the public to
lower bonowingcosts.

             ChairmanLarkin notedthe public hearingwas scheduled November
                                                                     for
14, 2006. He askedif the hearingwas restrictedto that date. John Sherman,  Finance
Director,saidFederaland Statelaws requiredthe notificationhad to precede public
                                                                         the
hearingby 14 days. ChairmanLarkin said there was a suggestion hold a special
                                                                  to



PAGE 217                                                        ocToBER 10,2006
                             many of the Commissioners
meetingon November13th because                         would be attendinga
conference November14.He askedif that could be donebased how this item was
         on                                             on
agendized.

              JohnSwendseid,  Swendseid Stern,Bond Counsel,
                                         &                   confirmedthe Board
had the flexibility to amendthe resolutionand to move the date to November l3th.
MelanieFoster,  LegalCounsel,concurred.

              Mr. Sherman the actionbeforethe Boardwasto consider resolution
                           said                                    a
that would setthe public hearing, he stated
                                and        SierraPacificPowerCompany wantedto
refinancethe bondsto take advantage lower interestrates.He confirmedthe public
                                    of
hearingdid not haveto occurduringa regularmeeting.

                                                     availability, the public
            After discussionregardingthe Commissioners
hearingwassetfor Monday,November13,2006at 9:00a.m.




                            {"} w
                           iffission, Commissioner  Sferrazzasaid this savingsin
interest                 ratesor offset new rate increases November2007. Ms.
                                                          in
Kelly        was coffect.Commissioner  Sfercazzastated supported issuance
                                                      he           the         of
thesebonds because believedit would affect the bottom line for
                   he                                                       in
                                                                  ratepayers a
positiveway.

                                    of
              Upon recommendation Mr. Sherman,      throughMs. Singlaub, motion
                                                                        on
by Commissioner   Galloway,seconded Commissioner
                                      by               Sfenazza,which motion duly
carried,it was orderedthat the following resolutionbe approvedwith the date for the
public hearing changedto November 13, 2006 at 9:00 a.m. and the Chairmanbe
           to       the
authorized execute same:

             A NOTICE RESOLUTION SETTING A PUBLIC
             HEARING FOR NOVEMBER 13, 2006 INDICATING
             THE INTENT OF WASHOE COUNTY TO ISSUE
             $218,5OO,OOO GAS AND WATER FACILITIES
                       OF
             REFLINDING REVENUE BONDS TOR SIERRA
             PACIFIC POWER COMPANY.

              WHEREAS, Washoe County, Nevada (the "County") is a political
subdivision the Stateof Nevadaauthorized empowered the CountyEconomic
           of                          and         by
DevelopmentRevenueBond Law, Sections2444.669 to 244A.763 of the Nevada



ocToBER10,2006                                                          PAGE 218
RevisedStafutes, amended "Act"), to issuerevenue
                 as          (the                           bondsto financeoneor more
projects,including any land, building, structute,facility, system,fixture, improvement,
uppurtrn*ce, *aChinery,equipment, any combination
                                     or                    thereofor any interesttherein,
uiea Uy any cotporation (including a public utility) in connectionwith the local
furnishingof gasandwaterif available reasonable
                                       on             demand members the general
                                                               to          of
public;and

              WHEREAS, the Act providesthat suchrevenuebondsshall be payable
solely and only from the revenues                                        under a
                                  derivedfrom a project,including payments
lease,agreement sale or financingagreement
                 of                           or undernotes,debentures,bondsand
other securedor unsecured   debt obligationsexecutedand delivered by the obligor
pursuant suchlease,
         to           agreement saleor financingagreement;
                               of                            and

                WHEREAS, the Act provides                  bondsof the Countyshall
                                            that suchrevenue
be secured a pledgeof the revenues of which suchbondsshall be payable,
             by                       out                                    and if
title to or in suchprojectremainsin the obligor, suchbondsshall also be secured a
                                                                              by




purposeof                              Monthlv Demand Gas and Water Facilities
Revenue                            CompanyProject)Series1984which were issued
for the                  costsof certainfacilitiesfor the furnishingof waterandlocal
           f gas to be acquired,constructed   and installed by Sierra Pacific Power
Company (the"Company")in the County;

           (b)     $75,000,000 aggregateprincipal amountWaterFacilitiesRevenue
Bonds(SienaPacific PowerCompany    Project)Series1987for the purpose financing
                                                                    of
           to
improvements the waterutility system the Company the County;
                                    of             in

           (c)     $17,500,000 aggregate principal amount Gas Facilities Revenue
Bonds(SienaPacific PowerCompany    Project)Series1987for the purpose financing
                                                                     of
improvement the gasutility system the Company the County;
          to                     of             in

                (d)    $20,000,000   aggregateprincipal amount Gas Facilities Revenue
Bonds  (SierraPacific PowerCompany      Project)Series1990for the purpose financing
                                                                          of
                                                              constructed installed
costsof facilitiesfor the local furnishingof gasto be acquired,          and
                  in
by the Company the County;

              (e)    $21,200,000  aggregate principal amount Gas Facilities Revenue
Bonds(Siena Pacific PowerCompany      Project)Series1992for the purpose financing
                                                                           of
                     improvingandequipping
the costsof acquiring,                        facilitiesto be locatedin the Countyand
usedin connection with the furnishingof gasby the Company;



PAGE 219                                                          ocroBER 10,2006
             (0     $30,000,000 aggregateprincipal amountGasand Water Facilities
Refunding Revenue Bonds(SienaPacificPowerCompany      Project)Series19938for the
purpose refundingthe Collateralized
        o1                          Water FacilitiesRevenue Bonds(Siena Pacific
ito*r Company   Project)Series1979which were issued the purpose financingthe
                                                    for           of
coststo the Companyof acquiring,improving and equippinggas and water facilities
located the County;and
       in

              (g)   $9,800,000aggregate  principalamountWaterFacilitiesRefunding
Revenue  Bonds(SierraPacificPowerCompany     Project)Series1993,4' the purpose
                                                                 for          of
refundingCollateralizedWaterFacilitiesRevenue  Bonds(SierraPacificPowerCompany
Project) Series 1976 which were issued for the purposeof financing costs to the
Companyof acquiring,improving and equippingwater facilities locatedin the County
(collectively, ooPrior
             the                                                  and
                      Bonds"),all of which arecurrentlyoutstanding;




                                 RE, Be It Resolved by the Board of County
Comm                             Nevada, follows:
                                       as

               Section1.    That this Board of County Commissioners  meet at the
WashoeCounty CommissionChambers,1001 East Ninth Street,Building A, Reno,
Nevada,on November13, 2006,at 9:0AA.M., at which time andplacea public hearing
                                                          principalamountof not
shallbe held on the proposal issuethe Bondsin the aggregate
                            to
to exceed$218,500,000 refund all or part of the
                         to                      Prior Bonds,as referredto in the
preamblehereof, at which hearingall who appearshall be given an opportunityto
expresstheir viewsfor or against proposal issuethe Bondsfor suchpu{pose.
                               the        to

              Section2.     That the CountyClerk is herebydirectedto give noticeof
intentionto issuethe Bonds,settingforth the amountand purpose     thereofand the time
                                                                                'oReno
whenandplacewheresaidhearing      will be held,by publicationat leastoncein the
Gazette Journal,"a newspaper    publishedand having a generalcirculation within the
County,the date of the hearingto be not lessthan fourteen(14) nor more than twenty
(20) daysafterthe dateof publicationof the notice. Saidnoticeshallbe substantially  in
the form asplacedon file with the Clerk.

          Section3.         That this resolutionshall be effective forthwith upon its
passage approval.
      and




ocToBER 10,2006                                                           PAGE220
06-1t27       RESOLUTIqN : AUCTION TAX DELINOUENT PARCELS HELD
              IN TRUST _ TREASURBR

               In response Chairman
                           to          Larkin, Katy Singlaub,CountyManager,  saidthe
County's Open SpacePlan      identifiedprivate holdingsin Northern WashoeCounty as
desirableopen space;and it had beena priority since 1994 to acquirethoseholdings
whentheybecame      available. explained holdingscontained
                              She          the                  springsthat supported
wildlife habitat.

            Upon recommendation Linda Jacobs,
                                 of               Deputy Treasurer,  throughBill
Bemm, Treasurer, motion by Commissioner
                on                          Sfenazza,           by
                                                      seconded Commissioner
Galloway,which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat the following resolutionbe
adopted the Chairman authorized execute same:
      and             be           to        the

              A RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COTJNTY
              TREASURER TO    TRANSFER TO      OTHER
              GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES REAL PROPERTY                                ,T
              HELD IN TRUST DUE TO PROPERTY TAX                              ..- I
              DELINQUENCIES AND    OTHER    MATTERhV                        ! #T
              PRoPERLY RELATED rHEREro. &. r'-tt1 1 lf
              PROPERLY RELATED THERETO. &.          u
                                           J:}11t]trredemption tax
                                         tk
                                           fk
              WHEREAS,
                     aftertlnp*explratbry&1*{k"S'#
                              .e*pftaqpd4                    for
         parcels real propgty,ffiqfoffifix
delinquent     of                 fuoffifix                        to      and
                                                   receiver required execute
                                                          is
deliverdeeds conveyiry]i                     to the county treasurerin trust for the use
andbenefitof                 ;@mS      and
                                 361.585);
        V*
        h-
        k'  WHEREAS, upon the order of the board of county commissioners
entered                                               parcels
       uponthe recordof its proceedings, tax delinquent
                                      such                   held in trustby the
Treasurermay be conveyedin the mannerrequiredby statelaw after proper notice is
given,(NRS361.595); and

                WHEREAS, attached this resolution incorporated
                                      to              and             hereinasExhibit
                              parcels
"A" is a list of tax delinquent        held by the countytreasurer trust that the board
                                                                  in
of county commissioners     desiresto have conveyedto other governments more   as
specificallysetforth in Exhibit "A," which wasplacedon file with the Clerk; and

              WHEREAS, pursuant to NRS 361.603 local governmentsor the
University Systemare authorizedto acquirepropertyheld in trust by the county to serve
a public purpose returnfor thepayment the delinquent
                in                    of               taxes;and

              WHEREAS, pursuant NRS 361.603 delinquent
                                     to           no            taxesneedbe paid
for propertytransferred a local govemment street,seweror drainage
                        to                 for                       uses,for use
in a programfor the rehabilitation abandoned
                                  of                   properties
                                             residential         established the
                                                                           by
local government  pursuantto chapter2798 of NRS, or for use as open-space    real
propertyasdesignated a city, countyor regionalcomprehensive
                      in                                    plan.




PAGE 221                                                         ocToBER10,2006
           NOW THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by Washoe
CountyBoardof CountyCommissioners follows:
                                as

              l.    The WashoeCounty Board of County Commissioners finds that
transferring parcelslisted in Exhibit
            the                       ooA" WashoeCountywould servethe public
                                         to
purposes       in
         stated the exhibit.

                2.      The Washoe  CountyTreasurer herebyordered
                                                      is              pursuant NRS
                                                                               to
                                                    '0A," item #'s 3, 4 and 5, to the
361.603to transferthe parcelslisted in Exhibit
governmental                        statedin Exhibit "A" in the mannerrequiredby state
               units for the purposes
law after properlegal notice hasbeengiven. The WashoeCounty Treasurer furtheris
ordered retainthe parcels Exhibit'oA" item #2 for the
         to                   in                          purposesstatedin Exhibit "A"
until further orderof the board.

        ,      3.      If someinegularity or circumstance   arisesbeforethe transferof
any certain parcellisted in the exhibitsto this resolutionsuchthat in the opinion of the
Washoe   CountyTreasurer public interest
                           the               would bestbe served withdrawing
                                                                  by
parcel from a sale or transfer, the Washoe County Treasureris hereby
authorized makesucha withdrawal on behalf of the county. The T
           to
to the boardin writing his or her decisionto makesuchagyi                      statethe
reasons the decision.The boardmaythereafter
        for                                                           remainin trust for
the benefitof the stateand countyoungy                           transferred.

06-1128


             ln response ChairmanLarkin, Lisa Haney,Commander,
                        to                                         said research
indicatedthere was no other softwarethat was compatiblewith Tiburon. Chairman
Larkin requested justification be indicatedin Item 6 on the Sole SourcePurchase
                that
        in
Request the future.

             Upon recommendation Steven Kelly, Lieutenant, through Dennis
                                    of
Balaam, Sheriff, on motion by Commissioner Sfenazza,seconded Commissioner
                                                               by
Weber, which motion duly carried,it was orderedthat the funding from the Justice
Assistance Grant (JAG) Award in the amountof $66,320be accepted, sole source
                                                                  the
purchase Softcode
         of         Software the Washoe
                            for           CountySheriff s Office Civil Division in
the amountof $95,800 approved, the Finance
                     be          and          Department directed makethe
                                                          be          to
following budgetadjustments
                          :

 AccountNumber       Descrintion                                          Amount
 Increase  Revenues:
 1 0 5 5 8-4 1 0 0
             31      FY 2006Justice         Grants-Federal
                                   Assistance                             s 66.320.00
                     Grants
 Increase Expenditures:
 1 0 5 5 8-7 8 1 0 0 4   FY 2006Justice         Grants-Equipment $66.320.00
                                       Assistance
                         Capital


ocToBER10,2006                                                              PAGN222
             It was notedthereis sufficientfundingto coverthe $29,480differencein
thefiscalyear2005SCAAP-Equipment     Non-Capital accountnumber10519'711504.

06-1129      CONTRACTS r STATEWIDE LAW ENTORCEMENT Ap,.EI\E-CIES
             - FORENSIQ,LABORATORY ANALYSIS SERVICE FEEq -
             SHERIFF

            In response Commissioner
                        to             Galloway, Don Means,ForensicScience
                   said
Division Commander, billing was basedon the percentage usagefor the past 12
                                                       of
                                                        wasabolished.
months. saidit hadbeendonethis way sincethe Statecontract
        He

               Upon recommendation Commander
                                    of             Means,through Dennis Balaam,
Sheriff, on motion by Commissioner   Galloway, seconded Commissioner
                                                         by                 Humke,
which motion duly canied, it was orderedthat the Forensic ServicesContacts for the
fiscal year 2006107       the
                  between Washoe      County(Sheriff s Office) andthe following law
enforcement  agencies forensiclaboratory
                     for                  analysisservicein the amountof $148,636
be approved the Chairman authorizedto
             and             be                    the
                                           execute same:

 Agency                                                  Amount "" f*fi|   fl,LP
 CarsonCitv Sheriff s Office                         t   $"}tq&.00u
 ChurchillCountvSheriffs Offrce               /
                                                    '"
                                                         t 16iry6.oo
 DouslasCountvSheriff s Offrce *d     -- G 1 t'1"        $ ff,871.00
 Elko CounwSheriff s Office # t4      LJ e"*             $ 14,599.00
                                 F-
 PitioPoticcDepartm*rt. t*
                      t:h                                $ 14,949.00
 EurekaQcnrrlxSfi
                hd$s btli'cd*"                           s    846.00
 Fallon P&fc&Debartment                                  $ 13,092.00
 HumboldT CountvSheriffs Office                          $ 6,967.00
 LanderCountvSheriff s Office                            $ 6,815.00
 LovelockPoliceDepartment                                $ 1,551.00
 Lvon CountvSheriff s Office                             $ 22,944.00
 Mineral CountvSheriffs Office                           $    438.00
 PershineCountySheriff s Office                          $ 5,416.00
 StoreyCountySheriff s Office                            $ 3,029.00
 WestWendover  PoliceDepartment                          $ 7,898.00
 WhitePineCountvSheriff s Office                         $ 1,694.00
 Winnemucca  PoliceDepartment                            $ 9.390.00
 YerinstonPoliceDepartment                               s   1.206.00
 Total                                                   $ 148.636.00

3:52p.m.                             recess.
             The Boardtook a temporary

4:05p.m.     The Board reconvened the Trustees the South TruckeeMeadows
                                 as              of
                   Improvement
             General            District with Commissioner'Humke andSfettazz.a
                                                         s
             temporarilyabsent.

4:28p.m.                                   present.
             The Boardreconvened all members
                               with


PAGE 223                                                       ocToBER10,2006
06-1130      pEVELOP INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT - NEW REGIpNAL
             WATER ENTITY - SCRjlf - WATER RESOURCES

              Upon recommendation Jerry McKnight, Finance and Customer
                                     of
ServicesManager,through SteveBradhurst,Water Resources       Director, on motion by
Commissioner                     by
               Galloway,seconded Commissioner     Weber,which motion duly carried,
ChairmanLarkin orderedthat the County supportthe development implementation
                                                                 and
of an interlocalagreement createa new regionalwater entity basedon the Outlineof
                         to
InterlocalAgreementdatedJune 1, 2006. The Chairmanfurther orderedthat staff be
directedto work with the other purveyorsand to report back to the Board with a draft
interlocalagreement.

4:30 p.m.                                                          District.
             The Boardconvened the Boardof the SierraFire Protection
                             as

5:59p.m.     TheBoardrecessed.

6:40 p.m.    The Boardreconvened Commissioner
                               with                             em*,
06"1131



        1]5*ffixre
         f- L..-"'F
                    '

5:30 p.m.F This wasthe time setin a Notice of PublicHearingpublishedinthe Reno
Gazette-Journal September
               on         29,2006 to considersecond  readingand adoptionof Bill
No. 1495. Proofwasmadethat dueandlegalNoticehadbeengiven.

             The Chairman opened public hearingby calling on anyonewishingto
                                 the
                                            Therebeing no response, hearing
speakfor or againstadoptionof said Ordinance.                     the
wasclosed.

             On motion by CommissionerGalloway,seconded Chairmantarkin,
                                                         by
which motion duly canied with CommissionerSferrazzatemporarily absent,it was
ordered that OrdinanceNo. 1316, Bill No. 1495, entitled, "AN ORDINANCE
AMENDING WASHOE COUNTY CODE BY ELIMINATING                              THE
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT                 AND CREATING THE
DEPARTMENT OF TNCHNOLOGY SERVICES,CREATING THE POSITION
OF CHIEF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICER, AND SPECIT'YING
THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF CHIEF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
OFFICER       AND      STAFF'    REMOVING        TELECOMMUNICATION
RESPONSIBILITIES FROM PUBLIC WORKS AND PLACING THEM WITH
THE DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, AND OTHER MATTERS




ocToBER 10,2006                                                         PAGB.224
PROPERLY RELATED THERETO," be approved, adopted and published in
         with
accordance NRS 244.100.

06-1132      COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT CASE NQ. CP06-004
             (COLD SPRINGSAREA PLAID. NORTH VALLEYS AIIEA PLAN
             - COMMUNITY DEVELqPMENT

5:30 p.m.       This wasthe time setin a Notice of PublicHearingpublishedinthe Reno
Gazette-Journal September 2006 and mailed to affectedproperty owners on
                  on              29,
September   28,2006to consider proposal amend North ValleysArea Planfor the
                                 a         to       the
purposeof creatinga separate      and new area masterplan to be known as the COLD
SPRINGSAREA PLAN. The amendment              would: provide a wholesale   updateof the
North Valleys Area Plan elements     previouslyapplicableto  the Cold Springsvicinity;
establishupdated/ new goals and policies relating to Land Use, Transportation,    and
Scenic,Recreational,   Cultural,and Natural Resources (Air, Land and Water);establish
specific findings, criteria and thresholds future amendments;
                                          for                      amendthe Land Use
map to  reflect certain land use changes  within proposedcharacter   managementareas;
and,establish updated
               an          map series includea Land Use map,Character
                                      to                                   Ma4ag{ment
map, Recreational Opportunities map, Publtc Servrcesand Facilitielpprylfit#$anA
map, Recreational   Opportunities  map, Public Servicesand t'acllltlesJrqapb'
Highway     map, Development
      Systems and        SuitabiliryJun.fu
                                         \TU                      ! \-l
            To reflectthe changej;deqrySt#ffufor ?pflicationandto maintain
                                               tltis
crurency general plandaq,a@ifo$ 6$rrtrnistrative
       of       area                                      to      planmay
                                                    changes thearea
      a
include revised                         base revisions theTableof Land
              mappliqryftT "upilu€Olarcel    and         to



speak or against proposed
     for       the      amendment.

6:45 p.m.     Commissioner       returned.
                         Sferrazza

             Chad Giesinger, Senior Planner, reviewed the Comprehensive    Plan
Amendmentfor the Cold SpringsArea Plan. He explainedthis would implementand
preserve communitycharacter, createa separate distinctmasterplan for the
       the                    and                 and
Cold Springsplanningareaas statedin the agendamemorandum    datedSeptember  20,
20A6.He stated plan would replace remaining
              the                 the          portionsof the North ValleysArea
          not
Planupdate approved   duringtheNorth Valleysupdate.

               Commissioner   Sferrazza asked if changingfive acresof Low Density
Suburban   (LDS) to Public/Semi-Public Facility (PSF)on a parcelownedby the County
would downzone County'sproperty.Mr. Giesinger
                  the                                 repliedtherewas a lack of park
facilitieswestof the highway.He added propertymay become goodpark sitein the
                                       the                     a
future as well as a buffer betweenthe rural development the north and the intensive
                                                        to
zoningto the south.

           In response Commissioner
                     to           Weber,Mr. Giesinger               road
                                                     repliedan access
was discussedduring a Planning Commission meeting. He noted the Planning


PAGE 225                                                       ocToBER 10,2006
Commissiondid not agreewith a proposedsecondary         access.Commissioner Weber
agreed saidit wasnot whatthe comrnunity
      and                                    wanted.Shesuggested walking
                                                                  a        pathbe
pioposedaround White Lake. Mr. Giesinger     replied there were proposedtrail maps
aroundthe playa andreferredto the mapsin the staff report.

                ChairmanLarkin inquired if the areaplan fell within the scopeof the
AnnexationSettlement   Agreement.  Mr. Giesingerreplied it did, along with provisions
from that agreement. said a low density development
                      He                                   within the unincorporated
jurisdiction alreadyexisted,so existingdeveloped propertywould haveto be up-zoned
andthe propertyredeveloped achieve four
                             to        the     peopleper'acre. saidstaff hopedthe
                                                               He
development    communitywould take advantage those policies since the agreement
                                                of
opened opportunities the unincorporated
        up              for                        to
                                              areas establish  additionalhigh density
and mixed uses.Mr. Giesingercommented areaplan updates
                                           the                  were embarkingon a
form of concurency.

             Adrian Freund, Community DevelopmentDirector, noted staff began
embedding concurency in the areaplans approximately  two yearsago.       set
                                               considerations be
growthpolicy levelswith additionalinfrastructure            to           Mr.



                                                                    replied water was
available for the number of                         after each of the area plans were
updated, staff revi                     facility planscorresponded the areaplan
                                                                     with
updates. F5pud$i&# hhiGds andinfrastructure theprojected
      Id{.                                  for           build outswithin
the CourftCsffihlr&ffi"nwere present.
                                    CommissionerGallowayaskedif additional
                        Mr.
      w6uldbe needed. Giesinger
schools                                                     any
                                    remarked hadnot reeeived comments
                                           he
from the School District for this proposed plan, but the additionalproposedintensity
included42 acres mediumdensitysuburban,
                 of                           while the remainingwascommercial.He
saidthe additionalintensitydid not promptthe needfor anyhigh schoolfacilities.

             Commissioner Humke inquired on the input from the Regional
TransportationCommission (RTC) and if flood control had been discussed.Mr.
Giesingersaid there were severalpolicies in the plan concerningflood issuesand the
RTC wassatisfied                 plan.
                 with the proposed

              In response the call for public comment,
                         to                            FrankShanksuggested further
research concurency. He spokeabout his concemsregardingovercrowdingof the
         on
middle school,land for a high school;and the roads.Scott Sarrattaddressed Cold
                                                                         the
SpringsMiddle Schooland saidit was not overcrowded. saidthe road between
                                                       He                    Cold
Springsand Red   Rock needed be lookedat as a communityconnecter.
                             to                                      Bob Nielson,
Mike Killion, andEdwardKillion commended                              of
                                             staffon capturing essence the Cold
                                                              the
Springscommunityand were in supportof the plan. Gary Schmidtspokeon the Cold
Springs area.ElizabethHowe thankedstaff for keepingthe proposedroad betweenRed
Rock andCold Springs of the proposed
                      out                plan.




ocroBER 10,2006                                                          PAGE226
                        closed public hearing.
             The Chairman     the

                                                                         on
                        Weberstatedit would be importantto have discussion
             Commissioner
            roadandaddress
the connector             concems.

             Upon recommendation Mr. Giesinger,
                                 of             throughMr. Freund,on motion
by Commissioner Weber, seconded CommissionerSfercazza,
                                 by                       which motion duly
carried,ChairmanLarkin orderedthat the ComprehensivePlan AmendmentCaseNo.
CP06-004amending North Valleys Area Plan and creatingthe Cold SpringsArea
                   the
Planbe approved recorlmended the Planning
               as             by           Commission.

06-1133      TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION AND PERMANENT UTILITY
             ACCESSEASEMENTS - PLEASANT VALLEY INTERC4PTOR
             PHASEI. WATER RESOURCES

               In response Commissioner
                          to              Galloway, Tom Kelly, Senior Engineer,
repliedthe temporary easementwould be adequate. explained temporary
                                              He           the          eas;:ment
                                                                        '#1 the
madeit easier placethe interceptor, makeadditionalroom for constructiop4{d
              to                   and
costswould be decreased the temporary
                        with                     in
                                         easements  place.     *,' f\\T
                                                        *"r-el t/ t
             chairman asked the r.,foffi#oT"YuL,n.no. ,n
                   Larkin how *u4
response, Kelly explained
       Mr.                                                and
                              ofutp"l$4f&t $alGytnterceptor reported
                        Phag5:-{
                     25
therewereapproximatelyq




                                 ll for public comment,Gary Schmidtexplainedthe
                     inerequiredsubstantialstaging work areas.
                                                  and

               Upon recommendation Mr. Kelly, and Paul Orphan, Engineering
                                    of
Manager, through Steve Bradhurst, Water ResourcesDirector, on motion by
CommissionerHumke, secondedby CommissionerGalloway, which motion duly
carried,it was orderedthat the TemporaryConstruction  and Permanent  Utility Access
Easements APNs 017-020-01,017-020-18, 017-301-28 the Pleasant
            on                               and              for            Valley
InterceptorPhaseI be approved.It was further orderedthat the Chairmanbe authorized
to sign the Grantsof Easement the paymentfrom the Dorothy Towne Trust in the
                               and
amountof $111,960 approved. was furtherordered
                   be           It                                     Manager
                                                    that the Engineering         be
directed recordthe Grantsof Easements the office of the CountyRecorder.
         to                            at

06-1134      BrLL NO. 1496- ORpTNANCENO, 1117- GENEBAL
             OBLIGATION - &IMITED TAn STORM S,EWER   BONDS -
             SPANISH SPRINFS SEWER PROJECTS

             On motion by CommissionerHumke, secondedby Commissioner
Galloway, which motion duly carried, ChairmanLarkin orderedthat OrdinanceNo.
1317,Bill No. 1496,       "AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
                  entitled,
BY WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION
(LrMrrED TAX) STORM SEWER BONDS (ADDITIONALLY SECURED BY



PAGE 227                                                     ocToBER 10,2006
PLEDGED REVENUES) SERIES 2006 IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL
AMOIINT OF $4,600,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING STORM
sEwER PROJECTS FOR SPAIIISH SPRINGS; PROVIDING THE FORM'
TERMS AND CONDITIONS THEREOF AND COVENAI\TS RELATING TO
THE PAYMENT OX' SAID BOND; AND PROVIDING FOR ITS ADOPTION AS
IF AN EMERGENCY EXISTS; AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS
                              adopted published accordance NRS
RELATING THERETO'" be approved,     and        in        with
244.100.

06-1135      INTERLOCAL AGREEMpNT - CITY OF RENO - CONCEPTUAL
             LEVEL X'ACILITY PLANNING - WATER RESOURCE$

             Upon recommendation Mr. Smitherrnan, Jeanne
                                     of                   and         Ruefer,Planning
Manager, through Steve Bradhurst,        Water ResourcesDirector, on motion by
Commissioner Sferrazza,           by
                        seconded Commissioner       Humke,which motionduly carried,
it was orderedthat an interlocal agreement   betweenWashoeCounty and the City of
Reno,concerning conceptual  level facility planningfor the City of Reno's
ServiceAreas(MSA) and future serviceareas     (FSA), be approved the
                                                                   and
authorized execute same.It was further orderedthat expenditurq
          to        the
WaterManagement   Fund,in the amountof $500,000,    be

06-1136


                               ty Manager,explainedstaffhadsearched facilities
                                                                   for
                     ons for sometime. Shesaiddirectionwas being soughtto order
           andperformadditional diligence.
                               due

              JohnSherman,Finance Director,commented severalpaymentoptionshad
beenidentifiedwhich wouldbe evaluated partof the duediligence.
                                     as

                         to
               In response Chairman  Larkin, Mr. Sherman the propertywasat risk
                                                         said
for floodingi and that would be part of the evaluation.ChairmanLarkin askedif the
Countywould intentionallyacquirepropertythat would flood. Tom Gadd,Public Works
Director,replied 224 Edisonwas alreadyoccupiedand leasedby the County.He said
staff was now requesting County acquirethe property. He noted,during the 2005
                         the
flood, the area was sandbagged a precaution;but no damageoccurred.Mr. Gadd
                                as
reiterateddue diligence would be completed.Chairman Larkin indicated he was
concerned aboutthe Countybuyingotherpeople's   problems.

              Mr. Sherman  said he conferredwith Naomi Duerr, TruckeeRiver Flood
Control ProjectDirector,who acknowledged,  when the flood projectwas implemented,
the          would be protected.
    properties

             In response Commissioner
                       to               Galloway,Mr. Gadd explainedcontinuing
the lease was not a problem at this time. He said the cost of the appraisalwas



ocroBER 10,2006                                                          PAGE 228
approximately$3,500and shouldoccurwithin four to five weeks.Thenthe duediligence
associated these
         with              would continue.
                  properties

              CommissionerSferrazzawas concemedabout the current real estate
market. He said the appraisalwould be basedon the income method,which would
includethe County's lease;and he felt it was an inopportune time for this. Mr' Gadd
statedthe incomemethodwould be usedfor one building; however,the otherbuilding
wasempty. He notedit wasunlikelythese    buildingswould be on the marketnext year.

            In response the call for public comment,Gary Schmidtremarked
                      to                                                the
Countyownedpropertyacross streetfrom the CountyComplexwherethesefacilities
                          the
                                              of
couldbe constructed movetowarda consolidation services.
                  to

             Ms. Singlaubexplaineda 2}-year masterplan for the County's facilities
had been completedand had been implemented   through the seriesof acquisitions  of
propertiesacross
               the streetfrom the complex.Shesaidstaff would revisit a comparative
analysis.
                                                                           t
                  upon recommendationRogervan Alyne, pupljs@rffibrry
                                  of
Director, through Mr. Gadd, on motion by Commiqionqr'Lml*slaeconded by
Commissioner  Galloway,which motionduly carrie{&nittt             Sfenazzavoting
                                                                      concerning
                                      4nprqs{b&'fr tttt& dirediligence,
                             thalil{e qnBr,4s{foS'n
               Larkin orderedthaglqe
"no,'oChairmanLarkin-ordered
"no," Chairman
the potentialacquisitioS,
                       ol                        Way for use by variousCounty
                          14 ffie_Q#&i$n
                          t*| i"-
            be
Departments, apprqye4.gt
        .d"'% ,^-"rt , . r { U L.L # L - . /
                   r t 1 1' .
06-1137
     bv
          ts                                        - PUBLICWOBKS
                  PR0JECT- Rrn NO. pwp-wa-too6-14?, - PITRI
                  ppnrEr'r BIp N|.i PWP-WA-2006-342

                                        awardof the bid for the 2006/07StreetCut
            This was the time to consider
PavementRepair Project for the Truckee Meadows area for the Public Works
Department.The Notice to Biddersfor receiptof sealedbids waspublishedin theReno
Gazette-Journal August20,20A6.Proof wasmade
             on                                  that due andlegalNoticehadbeen
given.

                                   from WestCoastPaving.
                  Onebid wasreceived

             Upon recommendation David Price, Engineer,through Tom Gadd,
                                  of
Public Works Director, on motion by Commissioner Galloway, seconded by
Commissioner Humke,'which motionduly carried,ChairmanLarkin ordered Bid No.
                                                                   that
PWP-WA-2006-342 the 2006107
                  for           StreetCut Pavement RepairProjectfor the Truckee
Meadowsareafor the Public Works Department  be awarded the lowest responsive,
                                                      to
          bidder,WestCoastPaving,in the amountof $127,000, the Chairman
responsible                                                and               be
authorized execute
         to        the         uponpresentation.
                       documents




PAGE 229                                                      ocToBER 10,2006
06.1138       UPDATE - DECEMBER 31.2005FLOOD EVENT - WATER
              RESOURCES

                In responseto Commissioner Sferrazta,Tom Gadd, Public Works
Director, replied on the cluster map, as noted in the agendamemorandumdated
September    29, 2006, many of the projects had been completed,but some still had
significant pricetagsassociated them.He notedthe problems solutions been
                                 with                          and          had
idintified. Mr. Gadd said staff intendedto return to the Board in either Decemberor
Januarywith a discussion    regardingpolicy questionson the repairs and the funding
optionsfor thesevariousprojects.He said it was the intentionof staff to submitthose
projects within the nextfiscal year.

             JeanneRuefer,Planning Manager, saidpreviouslystaff identifiedalternate
funding sourcesoutside of the GeneralFund for projectsin the CIP. Commissioner
Gallowaystated may be in favor if the only optionswereunfunded paid for by the
               he                                                or
affectedpropertyowners.

            ChairmanLarkin statedthere were three fundamentalpolicy
be addressed: overallstrategy
           the              with theseprojects, cost,andw-hq
                                              the

              Commissioner   Weberaskedwhy thq                   not indicatedon the
list. Mr. Gaddrepliedthe Mogul                               ined the location of the
subdivision built abovethe                       throughthe County'sportionof that
area and the drai                            Weber said the citizensneededto take
                                  drainageand culverts.She askedif LemmonValley
wasa                      repliedtherewereno reportsof damage significantflooding
                                                              or
in that       He said staff had spent an inordinate amount of time working with
homeowners   associations                           Mr.
                         (HOA) and ditch companies. Gaddcommented         therewere
over 1,000miles of ditchesin the TruckeeMeadowsarea. He said the ideal solution
would be to cleanthem twice ayear, but that was a dauntingtask; and staff workedon
ditchesall yearfocusingon the knowno'hot-spots."

               Commissioner Humke said I I of the problemareaswere locatedin his
district,andhe appreciatedstaff s work. He askedfor clarificationconcerning   allocation
of costs. Ms. Ruefer replied the ditch maintenance     along County      roads was the
responsibility the CountyRoadDepartment. saiddrainage
              of                               She               facilities,streams and
creeks that crossedprivatepropertyor wereownedas commonarcaby          HOA's werethe
responsibilityof thoseprivate propertyowrers. She said the County could not expend
public funds to go onto private propertiesfor maintenance.      Ms. Ruefer indicated
establishinga special assessment     district would be another source of funding.
Commissioner   Humke said this represented   excellentwork, and it was importantfor
citizens to have the information.Ms. Ruefer said it could be possibleto place that
informationon the Countvwebsite.

          In response the call for public comment,Gary Schmidtspokeon the
                       to
AndrewLaneareathat floodeddueto the larseburn area.



ocToBER 10,2006                                                            PAGE 230
06-1139
              AMENDMENT OF NRS 543. FLOOD PROJECT
              COORDINATING COMMITTEE

              Naomi Duen, Truckee River Flood ManagementProject Director,
conducted PowerPoint
           a            presentation the Flood Control District Bill Draft Request
                                   on
(BDR), concerning current
                   the       statusof the flood project,the cost and revenue sourceso
                     possiblefundingformulas,and the basic
the financialanalysis,                                       principlesand highlights
of the BDR. She indicated FloodControlDistrictwasnot beingproposed this point.
                         a                                             at

               Chairman  Larkin stated duringthe last Flood FinanceCommittee  meeting
staff was directedto bring this presentationforwardto  the Cities of Renoand Sparks as
well. Ms. Duerr replied shehad met with the Reno City Council and was meetingwith
the City of Sparksin a week.Chairman    Larkin askedwhat the urgencywas in bringing
this forward.Ms. Duerr explained Boardhad submitted
                                   the                      this as a BDR to amendthe
statute.Chairman  Larkin saidthe comments    from the City of Renoandthe Commission
would be taken back to the Flood ProjectCoordinatingCommittee(FPCC);horyever,
City of Sparks' commentswould not be availabl.e.      Ms, Duerr replied t\ {f$Q was
meetingon October13th,afterwhich a financesub-committee        wouldfsryttpd ffi&brize
her to iubmit language incorporate City of Spgksi"€Sfhfu&-/Stie said the
                        and            the
challenge was that the Countywas only authorized r
                                            zedh        ing a propertytax,
andthJCountywasessentiaily tfua4rrgpE4e6kfo. fui ffien commented bill
                              at
                                                *ffi_:            this
was needed the County to 4gtdb&&i!ffit"i'evenue mechanism.
            for                                               ChairmanLarkin
replied the only                 wittrin the County's existing authorizationto
     th*sloqdpbdi&b&rhi53 a sales Ms. Duerrexplained County
crbate                          tax.               the         tax
                                                           sales
                                       which was277B.
                              authority,

                           to
               In response Commissioner      Galloway,Ms. Duerr explained potential
                                                                               the
sources revenue. Shesaidthe Flood ControlDistrict would take in all properties
        of                                                                              that
actually drainedinto the TruckeeRiver, so thoseproperties   that contributed  to the run-off
would help pay to resolvethe problem. Sheacknowledged FPCCauthorized to
                                                              the                     her
hire a consultantwho would help staff assignthe actual   amountof run-off as onemethod,
or to basethe rate on the amountof propertythat was owned.Commissioner            Galloway
commented BDR would allow someone
            the                             to craft a feebased the hardcoverage
                                                                 on                     and
then put that fee on the propertytax bill, but it would not be a propertytax. Ms. Duerr
said it was similar to the remediation  district. Commissioner   Galloway said the BDR
would alsoallow a charge be craftedthat did not havea relationship how muchwas
                           to                                            to
contributed  concerning run-off and flooding. Ms. Duen replied that decisionwould be
madeby the FPCC and would retum to the Board for their consent.          She saidthe BDR
suggested Flood Control District would be govemedin a manner setout in the
           the
County'scooperative   agreement. Commissioner     Gallowayremarked the FPCCwereto
                                                                      if
set a toll or charge,they neededto demonstrate strongnexus betweenthat and the
                                                   a
contributionof the  personpayingfor flood relatedimpacts.He was concerned sales    the
tax option would be decidedwithout a public vote or by action of the FPCCto levy a
quartercentsales in additionto the sales people
                  tax                        tax         werealready paying.He stated     he
did not want to be blamedfor giving themthat authority.Ms. Duerr said       the draft stated



PAGE 231                                                            ocToBER 10,2006
staff had rewritten that section, and she read the revised sentence.Commissioner
Gallowayrequested  additionalcautionary                            nexusbetween
                                       wordingindicatinga reasonable
thetoll or charge the charge flood related
                 and           for           impacts.

                    to                          Gary Schmidtagreed
         In response the call for public comment,                 with the
       madetowards nexusof the BDR.
comments          the

                ChairmanLarkin commended Duen andthe FPCCon an outstanding
                                       Ms.
presentation.

06.TT40         LEGISLATIVE ISSUES. LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS

                         Management
            JohnSlaughter,                  Director,indicatedstaff was in the
                                     Services
beginningphases trackingapproximately submitted Draft Request's
              of                    100         Bill                (BDR).

            In response Commissioner
                       to            Galloway,Mr. Slaughterexplaineda BDR
from the Nevada Sheriffs and Chiefs Associationconceming the seat belg law
                                                                    t law.
                                                                    &
                                                                     k
CommissionerGallowayrequested presentation furtherexplanation.
                             a           for                         *

            In response the call for public
                          to
potentialBDR's for the Countyto sponsor.
                                                             s'#.Y,m;.  r"b



06-1141

                                   Manager,provided an overview of the 2005106
                                                                      process'
                                       who wasinvolvedin the evaluation
                            sheexplained

              Commissioner  Gallowaysuggested County Managerwas spreadtoo
                                              the
thin. Ms. SinglaubrepliedsinceMichele Poch6,AssistantCountyManager,  resignedin
April of 2006, she was doing additional duties; however,another AssistantCounty
Manager beenhiredwho would be takingoverMs. Poch6's
         had                                             assignments.

             Chairman Larkin said he was concernedabout the remodel of the
chambersand askedif therewas a statusreport.Ms. Singlaubrepliedshehad a meeting
amongstaff stakeholders the designteam.Shesaidthe designwas scheduled be
                       and                                               to
completed the endof the monthandthenreviewed the Board.
        by                                      by

             ChairmanLarkin statedtherewas wide spreadcommunity supportfor the
County Manager.He explainedMs. Singlaubwas not seekingan increase her base
                                                                   in
salary;however,shewas requesting car allowance increased $600 per month,
                                her               be       to
anda $50 per monthincrease her service
                         for           provider(ISP)usage.

                Commissioner                            bonusfrom her annual
                                   supported eightpercent
                           Sferrazza       an




ocToBER10,2006                                                      ?AGE232
              CommissionerWeberremarkedMs. Singlaubwas responsive staff and
                                                                 to
                                          bonusandthe additionrequests.
the public,andshewould support eightpercent
                             the

                     Humkeagreed
          Commissioner          with the numbers and supported bonus.
                                                             the
He commented CountyManager
           the            had assembleda  good management leadership
                                                          and
team.

                                                 Gary Schmidtbelievedcurrent
          In response the call for public comment,
                    to
management allowedthe best
        had                people leavethe County'
                                   to

              On motion by Commissioner Sfenazza,secondedby Commissioner
Galloway,which motion duly canied, ChairmanLarkin orderedthat the eight percent
bonusbased the CountyManager's
            on                                                                and
                                    basesalary,the increases the car allowance,
                                                           to
the dataserviceprovider,be granted.

               REPORISTPpATES FROM COIJNTY COMMISSION
               MEMBERS

               CommissionerWeber stated the Volunteer Fire
                    30th.
wouldbeheldon October                                             h \*r
                                                4   }* tj$
               chairmanLarkin ,."ue$t.6Jrqhlff6i"J?.H;*                         so
                                                                  in the chambers
                                               -
there   be       tl?,
    could representt                      tJ w
                                 ,_g L*
       rt      :t.*                  ;      'r     *    'r   :t      'r    :t
        w#rui$qrhm
       L YIt.r. being no further business come beforethe Board, the meeting
                                        to
adjoumed 9:39p.m.
       at




                                                   ROBERT M. LARKIN, Chairman
                                                        CountvCommission
                                                   Washoe

ATTEST:




AMY HARVEY, CountyClerk
andClerk of the Boardof
CountyCommissioners

MinutesPrepared  by
Jan Frazzettaand StacyGonzales
DeputyCountyClerks



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