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					                        NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
              CLARK COUNTY W.GI0N-M.FLOOD CONTROL, DISTRICT
                                  BOARD OF DIRECTORS

                                    JANUARY 14, 1999
                                       8:30 A.M.

                       CLARK COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
                              COMMISSION CHAMBERS
                       500 SOUTH GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY
                             LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89155

                      FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:

                  GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGER
                       301 EAST CLARK AVENUE, SUITE 301
                            LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89101
                                    455-3 139




This meeting has been properly noticed and posted at the following locations :


        City of North Las Vegas                 Clark County Government Center
        2200 Civic Center Drive                 500 South Grand Central Parkway
       North Las Vegas, NV 89030                     Las Vegas, NV 89155
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             Ct of Las Vegas                     Regional Flood Control District
             400 East Stewart                      301 East Clark, Suite 301
           Las Vegas. NV 89101                       Las Vegas. NV 89101




                        I/
       Deanna Lefko
                                AGENDA
             CLARK COUNTY REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                         BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                            JANUARY 14,1999
                               8:30 A.M.

I    Calltoorder

     1.    Action to call the meeting to order and approve the agenda

     2.    Introduction of new Board member

     3.    Election of a Board Chairman

     4.    Recognition of Board member for service to the Regional Flood Control District

     5.    Action to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of December 10, 1998

I1   CONSENT AGENDA - ITEMS #6 THROUGH #15
     All items marked with an asterisk(*) are considered by the Regional Flood Control District Board
     of Directors to be routine and may be acted upon in one motion. However, the Board may discuss
     any consent item individually if requested by a Board member or a citizen when the consent agenda
     is consideredfor approval. Items considered for approval include the staff recommendation

     Administration

     *6. Action to accept the project status report

     *7. Action to accept the financial reports

     *8. Action to approve the transfer of $1,722,000 into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
         escrow account for Fiscal Year 1999 for construction of the Tropicana and Flamingo
         Washes Project

     *9. Receive a report on Arid Regions Floodplain Management Conference

     "10. Action to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the professional services
          agreement with Baker and Hostetler, L.L.P. to provide legal advice regarding the
          Tropicana and Flamingo, Blue Diamond Detention Basin project

     "11. Action to authorize the utilization of other governmental agencies' bids and annual
          contracts to purchase office furniture and equipment and approve the purchase of the
          furniture and equipment

     *12. Action to ratify and authorize the Chairman to sign the Collective Bargaining
          Agreement with the Nevada Service Employees UniodSEIU, Local 1107 effective
          December 18, 1998, through June 30, 2002; and extend the salary and catastrophic
          leave benefit changes to District employees except part-time hourly and temporary
          employees
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Board of Directors Agenda
January 14, 1999
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     Design and Construction
     "13. Action to approve a request for authorization to proceed for the fiscal year 1998-99
          Annual Maintenance Work Program - City of North Las Vegas

     "14. Action to approve a request to redistribute funding in the second supplemental
          interlocal contract for the Hiko Springs Outfall Channel - Clark County

     "15. Action to approve the fifth supplemental interlocal contract for construction of the
          Tropicana and Flamingo Washes project - Clark County


I11 DISCUSSION ITEMS

      16. Black Mountain Detention Basin - City of Henderson

           A.        Action to accept a project presentation on the Black Mountain Detention
                     Basin

           B.        Action to approve the first supplemental interlocal contract to reduce the
                     funding for design of the Black Mountain Detention Basin

           C.        Action to approve the interlocal contract for construction of the Black
                     Mountain Detention Basin

      17. Receive a report on the 1998 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign; receive and discuss
          a proposal for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign, and/or take action as
          deemed appropriate

      18. Citizens Participation
          No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item o the agenda until the
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          mtter itselfhas been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action
          may be taken




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Gale Wrn. Fraser, 11, P.E.                                          MEMO&tDUM
 General Manager I Chief Engineer
                                                                JANUARY 14, 1999 MEETING
 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

         Lance M. Malone
                     Chairman
                  Clark County
                                    TO:               BOARD OF DIRECTORS
             Cresent Hardy
               Vice-chairman
              City of Mesquite      FROM:             GALE WM.FRASER, 11, P.E.
               Larry Brown
            City 01 Las Vegas
                                                      GENERAL MANAGER / CHIEF ENGINEER
       Jan Laverty Jones
             City of Las Vegas      DATE:             JANUARY 8, 1999
               Bryan A. Nix
          City of Boulder City
                                    I     Call to Order
          John K. Rhodes
     City of North Las Vegas
                                          1.   Action to call the meeting to order and approve the agenda
                David Wood                     The agenda is in order for approval.
            City of Henderson

     Bruce L. Woodbury
                  Clark County            2.   Introduction of new Board member
                                               As a result of Commissioner Lance Malone's resignation, a new member,
                                               Dario Herrera has been appointed to the Board. The new member will be
                                               introduced at the January 14, 1999 meeting.

                                          3.   Election of a Board Chairman
                                               Due to the resignation of Chairman Lance Malone, the Board will need to
                                               elect a new Chairman.

                                          4.   Recognition of Board member for service to the Regional Flood Control
                                               District
                                               Commissioner Malone has been a member of the Board since January
                                               1997, and was elected Chairman in July 1997. In recognition of his
                                               service, a plaque has been prepared for presentation at the January 14,
                                               1999 meeting.

                                          5.   Action to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of December 10,
                                               1998
                                               The minutes are in order for approval.

                                    I1    CONSENT AGENDA - ITEMS #6 THROUGH 15
                                          All items marked with an asterisk(*) are considered by the Regional Flood
                                           Control District Board of Directors to be routine and may be acted upon in one
                                           motion. However, the Board may discuss any consent item individually if
                                           requested by a Board member or a citizen when the consent agenda is considered
                                          for approval. Items considered for approval include the stag recommendation.

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                                                        301 E. Clark Avenue, Suite 301 Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
                                                                   (702)455-3139 FAX: (702) 455-3870
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Clark County Regional Flood Control District
Board of Directors Memorandum
Meeting of January 14,1999
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     Administration

     *6. Action to accept the project status report
         The monthly project status reports are in order for approval.

     "7. Action to accept the financial reports
           The monthly financial reports are in order for approval.

     "8. Action to approve the transfer of $1,722,000 into the U.S. Army Corps
           of Engineers escrow account for Fiscal Year 1999 for construction of
           the Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Project
           In accordance with the PCA approved by the Board on January 12, 1995,
           the District shall deposit cash contributions to the U.S. Government in an
           escrow account for its non-federal share of funding the Tropicana and
           Flamingo Washes project. It has been determined that, based upon
           expected federal appropriations, the District's total fiscal year 1999
           contribution is $2,512,000. Because $790,000 was deposited to the escrow
           account in September 1998, a balance of $1,722,000 is required now, due
           to additional federally authorized appropriations.

     *9. Receive a report on Arid Regions Floodplain Management Conference
           The Association of State Floodplain Managers in cooperation with the
           Arizona Floodplain Management Association, will hold the Eighth Biennial
           Conference on Arid Regions Floodplain Management in Las Vegas. The
           Conference will be held from Wednesday, January 20, 1999 through
           Friday, January 22, 1999, at Sam's Town Hotel. This conference is held
           every two years. Expected at the conference are representatives from the
           Federal Emergency Management Agency, their technical study contractor
           and others working towards solving the flooding problems in the arid
           southwest. This is an opportunity for those who work on floodplain issues
           in Clark County to become more familiar with the issues and to network
           with other professionals who deal with similar floodplain concerns. A copy
           of the announcement is included in the backup.

      "10. Action to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the professional
           services agreement with Baker and Hostetler, L.L.P. to provide legal
           advice regarding the Tropicana and Flamingo, Blue Diamond Detention
           Basin project
           On September 10, 1998, the Board approved a contract with Baker and
           Hostetler, L.L.P. in'the amount of $10,000 to provide legal services to
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Board of Directors Memorandum
Meeting of January 14, 1999
Page 3


           ensure that construction and operations of the Tropicana and Flamingo,
           Blue Diamond Detention Basin project would not be impaired due to
           mining claims issues. The proposed replacement contract authorizes the
           law firm to furnish the services of a geologist as necessary and increases
           the contract amount by $10,000 for a total of $20,000. A copy of the
           contract is included in the backup. The District Attorney has reviewed the
           contract.

     "11. Action to authorize the utilization of other governmental agencies' bids
          and annual contracts to purchase office furniture and equipment and
          approve the purchase of the furniture and equipment
          At the April 9, 1998 meeting, the Board approved the FY 1998-99 budget
          which included ofice furniture and equipment in the amount of $79,940.
          In accordance with NRS 332.195, the District may join or use the contracts
          of other local governmental agencies with the consent of the vendor.
          Approval of this item allows the General Manager to purchase furniture and
          equipment not to exceed the budgeted allocation and allows the District the
          use of all existing and future governmental agencies' office furniture and
          equipment bids and contracts.

      "12. Action to ratify and authorize the Chairman to sign the Collective
           Bargaining Agreement with the Nevada Service Employees
           Union/SEIU, Local 1107 effective December 18,1998, through June 30,
           2002; and extend the salary and catastrophic leave benefit changes to
           District employees except part-time hourly and temporary employees
           On December 10, 1998, a tentative agreement was reached between Clark
           County and Nevada Service Employees UniordSEIU, Local 1107, on a new
           agreement to be effective December 18, 1998, through June 30, 2002.
           After holding a series of meetings with the employees, the NSEU
           membership ratified the agreement on December 17, 1998. The Board of
           County Commissioners approved the agreement on December 18, 1998.

           The entire Collective Bargaining Agreement was subject to renegotiation.
           Through negotiations twenty-four (24) of the articles were amended. A
           new article on Certification Pay (Article 12) has been added to the
           Collective Bargaining Agreement. One (1) Letter of Agreement (page 111
           in the backup) was negotiated by the parties. Attachment I provides a
           summary of the substantive changes to each article. Attachment I1 contains
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           the proposed entire agreement including changed and new articles i their
           entirety (with new lahguage capitalized and deleted language bracketed and
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Board of Directors Memorandum
Meeting of January 14, 1999
Page 4


           underlined) for your information.

     Design and Construction

     "13. Action to approve a request for authorization to proceed for the fiscal
          year 1998-99 Annual Maintenance Work Program - City of North Las
          Vegas
          The City of North Las Vegas has submitted a request for authorization to
          proceed with additional maintenance work funds under the FY 1998-99
           Annual Maintenance Work Program budget approved by the Board on June
           11, 1998. The Board approved a total budget of $709,759, of which the
           City initially requested $200,000. At this time, the City is requesting
           authorization to proceed with $509,759 to fund upcoming maintenance
           activities. Upon approval of this request the entire approved budget will
           be authorized. Sufficient funds are currently available in Fund 443 to
           support this request.

      "14. Action to approve a request to redistribute funding in the second
           supplemental interlocal contract for the Hiko Springs Outfall Channel -
           Clark County
           Clark County has submitted a request to reallocate funding in accordance
           with the second supplemental interlocal contract for the Hiko Springs
           Detention Basin Outfall Channel. The construction contract has been
           awarded. Excess construction funds have been moved into design and
           right-of-way to address final costs for those aspects of the project. No
           additional funds are being requested at this time. The District Attorney has
           reviewed the contract.

      "15. Action to approve the fifth supplemental interlocal contract for
           construction of the Tropicana and Flamingo Washes project - Clark
           County
           Clark County has submitted a request for a fifth supplemental interlocal
           contract to the Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Project to reallocate funds
           for additional lands, easements, right-of-way, relocations, and disposal
           areas (LERRDS). At this time Clark County would like to reallocate and
           make $50,000 available to design and construct a detour road along
           Durango Drive for the Lower Red Rock Complex which is a part of the
           Tropicana and Flamingo Washes project. No additional funds are
           requested at this time. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.
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Board of Directors Memorandum
Meeting of January 14, 1999
Page 5


I11 DISCUSSION ITEMS

     16. Black Mountain Detention Basin - City of Henderson
           A.        Action to accept a project presentation on the Black Mountain
                     Detention Basin
                     A representative from the City of Henderson Department of
                     Public Works will make a presentation on the Black Mountain
                     Detention Basin and Outfall. The presentation is in accordance
                     with District Policies and Procedures and NRS 543.580. The
                     presentation was made at the Citizens Advisory Committee
                     meeting on December 28, 1998 at 3:OO p.m.

           B.        Action to approve the first supplemental interlocal contract
                     to reduce the funding for design of the Black Mountain
                     Detention Basin
                     The City of Henderson has submitted a request for a first
                     supplemental interlocal contract to reduce the maximum available
                     funding to equal the amount of previous authorizations to
                     proceed (ATP). On June 12, 1997 the original interlocal
                     contract was approved in the amount of $5,600,000 with an
                     initial ATP for design in the amount of $225,000. A subsequent
                     ATP with right-of-way acquisition was approved by the Board on
                     December 10, 1998 in the amount of $100,000. The remaining
                     unauthorized funds were intended for construction. This
                     interlocal contract is supported by the Pay-As-You-Go Fund
                     (Fund 443). Construction funding will now be supported by the
                     Bond Fund (Fund 444) and, therefore, under a separate interlocal
                     contract. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.

           C.         Action to approve the interlocal contract for construction of
                      the Black Mountain Detention Basin
                      The City of Henderson has submitted a request for an interlocal
                      contract to fund the construction and construction engineering of
                      the Black Mountain Detention Basin. The City has submitted 90
                      percent plans and specifications for the project and all
                      environmental clearances and permits have been obtained. All
                      right-of-entry for the project has presently been secured. Funds
                      are identified on the Bond Project List approved by the Board on
                      August 13; 1998 and bond proceeds are available to support this
                      request. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.
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Board of Directors Memorandum
Meeting of January 14, 1999
Page 6


     17. Receive a report on the 1998 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign;
         receive and discuss a proposal for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising
         Campaign, and/or take action as deemed appropriate
         Currently, the District has a contract for the 1998 Campaign with the
         Merica Agency for Flood Safety Advertising Services which is due to
         expire on February 2, 1999. The contract has an option for two one-year
         extensions which the Board of Directors can decide to execute. The Merica
         Agency will present a summary report of the 1998 campaign, highlighting
         the major components of the campaign and its success. In order to
         facilitate the discussion on the components for the 1999 Campaign, staff
         has prepared a chart that shows The Merica Agency's public information
         responsibilities under their current contract and the public information
         efforts that District staff have performed during the past year.

           In addition, staff prepared an historical perspective of the Flood Safety
           Advertising contract, which shows a chronological summary of the
           advertising pieces used, the contract amount, and the amount expended for
           the seven years of this program. A proposal for the 1999 Flood Safety
           Advertising Campaign is included in the backup and will be presented by
           The Merica Agency at the meeting. The proposal is based on a one-year
           extension of the current contract in the amount of $200,000.

           The contract and Scope of Services for the 1999 Advertising Campaign is
           included in the backup. The contract has been reviewed and approved by
           the District Attorney. The CAC reviewed the contract and Scope of
           Services at the December 28, 1998, meeting and recommend approval of
           the contract extension. Staff requests that the Board discuss the proposal
           for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign and direct staff as deemed
           appropriate.

      18. Citizens Participation
          No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda
           until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an
           item upon which action may be taken
Respectfully submitted,



Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.  *
General ManagerKhief Engineer
                       CLARK COUNTY
              REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                         AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

NEW REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER



                  RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                Introduce new Board member, Commissioner Dario Herrera.




                                                        FWCD AGENDA
                                                        ITEM #02
                                                        Date: 01/14/99
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                      AGENDA ITEM

I   SUBJECT:

    NEW REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER
    PETITIONER:

    GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER
    RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

I THAT THE NEW BOARD MEMBER BE INTRODUCED
FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

BACKGROUND:


As a result of Commissioner Lance Malone’s resignation, a new member, Dario Herrera has been
appointed to the Board. The new member will be introduced at the January 14,1999 meeting.




Respectfully submitted,

                                                 W C D AGENDA
                                                 ITEM #02


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General ManagedChief Engineer


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                        CLARK COUNTY
               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                         AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

ELECTION OF A BOARD CHAIRMAN



                  RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                Elect a Board Chairman.




                                                 RFCD AGENDA
                                                 ITEM #03
                                                 Date: 01/14/99




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                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTFUCT

                                      AGENDA ITEM


 SUBJECT:

 ELECTION OF A BOARD CHAIRMAN
 PETITIONER

 GALE WM. FRASER, II, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEFUCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE BOARD ELECT A CHAIRMAN

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

BACKGROUND:


Due to the resignation of Chairman Lance Malone, the Board will need to elect a new Chairman.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                    RFCD AGENDA
                                                    ITEM #03


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer
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                         CLARK COUNTY
                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                           AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 RECOGNITION OF BOARD MEMBER FOR SERVICE TO THE REGIONAL FLOOD
 CONTROL DISTRICT



                   RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                  That Commissioner Lance Malone be recognized and presented
                        with a plaque of appreciation.




                                                            W C D AGENDA
                                                            ITEM #04
                                                            Date: 01/14/99




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                           REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                        AGENDA ITEM


 SUBJECT:

 RECOGNITION OF BOARD MEMBER FOR SERVICE TO THE REGIONAL FLOOD
 CONTROL DISTRICT
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER,         II, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT COMMISSIONER LANCE MALONE BE RECOGNIZED AND PRESENTED WITH A
 PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

BACKGROUND:

Commissioner Lance Malone has resigned his term as representative of Clark County. He has been a
member of the Board since January 1997, and was elected Chairman in July 1997. In recognition of
his service, a plaque has been prepared for presentation at the January 14, 1999 meeting.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #04


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General Manager/Chief Engineer
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                            MINUTES
          CLARK COUNTY REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                      BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                        DECEMBER 10,1998

MEETING NOTICES:    Public Notices of the meeting were posted December 3, 1998, by
                    Deanna Lefko of the Regional Flood Control District at the following
                    locations: Las Vegas City Hall, North Las Vegas City Hall, Clark
                    County Government Center, and the Clark County Regional Flood
                    Control District offices.

                    Public Notices of the meeting were also mailed on December 3,1998,
                    to the cities of Boulder City, Henderson, Laughlin and Mesquite for
                    posting on community notice boards.


MEMBERS PRESENT:    Lance Malone, Chairman, Clark County
                    Cresent Hardy, Vice Chairman, Mesquite
                    Bruce Woodbury, Clark County
                    Cresent Hardy, Vice Chairman, Mesquite
                    Larry Brown, City of Las Vegas
                    Bryan Nix, Boulder City
                    John Rhodes, City of North Las Vegas
                    David Wood, City of Henderson


ABSENT:             Jan Laverty Jones, City of Las Vegas

STAFF:              Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P. E., General ManagerKhief Engineer
                    Kevin Eubanks, Assistant General Manager
                    Chris Figgins, Deputy District Attorney
                    Jeanine Pitts-Dilworth, Manager, Fiscal Services
                    Deanna Lefko, Management Analyst
                    Judy Orr, Management Analyst
                    Carol Medlinger, Administrative Secretary
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
Board of Directors Minutes
December 10, 1998
Page 2

I      Call to Order / Agenda / Minutes

1.     Action to call the meeting to order and approve the agenda

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Malone at 8:42 a.m. Chairman Malone moved to
approve the agenda.

       VOTE:          7 AYES     - 0 NAYS
2.     Action to approve the minutes of the regular meeting; of November 12. 1998

Councilman Nix moved to approve the minutes. There being no further discussion, the motion
carried.

       VOTE:          7 AYES     - 0 NAYS
II'    CONSENT AGENDA            - Items #3 through #8
Administration

3.     Action to accept the pro-iect status reports

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:          7 AYES - 0 NAYS

4.     Action to accept the financial reports

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:          7 AYES - 0 NAYS

Design and Construction

5.     Action to approve a request for authorizationto proceed to acquire right-of-wav for the Black
       Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall - Citv of Henderson

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
Board of Directors Minutes
December 10, 1998
Page 3

       VOTE:           7 AYES - 0 NAYS

6.     Action to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment No. 1 to the interlocal
       contract for design of the North Railroad Watershed proiect - Citv of Boulder citv

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:           7 AYES - 0 NAYS

7.     Action to auprove and authorize the Chairman to sign the second supplemental interlocal
       contract for design of the Oakev Storm Drain from 1-15 to Decatur Boulevard - Citv of Las
       Vegas

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:           7 AYES - 0 NAYS

8.     Action to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the fourth supplemental interlocal
       contract to change the scope ofwork for the GowanNorth Channel - Gowan Detention Basin
       to Ann Road and the Gowan Lone Mountain Outfall - Citv of Las Vegas

Councilman Rhodes moved to follow the staff recommendations on Consent Agenda Items #3
through #8. There being no further discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:                    -
                       7 AYES 0 NAYS

9.     Receive a report on federal legislation

Mr. Fraser stated that H.R. 449, the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998 became
law on October 19,1998. Mr. Fraser discussed the benefits of the Bill and stated that its passage was
important to the District.

Councilman Nix moved to accept the report. There being no hrther discussion, the motion carried.

       VOTE:           7 AYES - 0 NAYS
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
Board of Directors Minutes
December 10, 1998
Page 4

10.       Citizens Participation

Mr. Fraser stated that invitations were delivered to Board members, inviting them to the
Groundbreaking and Dedication of Tropicana and Flamingo Washes projects. The ceremonies will
take place on December 17, 1998, at 11:30 a.m..

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business, Chairman Malone adjourned the meeting at 8 : 5 5 a.m.

Respectfully submitted,




GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P. E.
General Manager / Chief Engineer


Attest:                                      , 1999




LANCE M. MALONE
Chairman
                        CLARK COUNTY
               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                           AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

PROJECT STATUS REPORTS - DECEMBER 1998



                   RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                  Accept the reports.




                                                 RFCD AGENDA
                                                 ITEM #06
                                                 Date: 01/14/99
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                    REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                   AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 PROJECT STATUS REPORTS
 PETITIONER:

I GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E.,     GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER


 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 ACCEPT THE REPORTS

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

BACKGROUND:

The following Project Status Reports for the month of December 1998 are submitted for your
review :

CURRENT PROJECTS (PROJECT LIST AND BOND PROJECTS)
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 1 - 3    Project Charts
4 - 6     Project Summary Sheets
7 - 20    ClarkCounty
21 - 33   City of Las Vegas
34 - 39   Henderson
40 - 48   North Las Vegas
49 - 50   Boulder City

OTHER PROJECTS OF INTEREST
 Pane
51 - 59   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
60 - 67   Regional Flood Control District

Respectfully submitted,
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                                                        1998                                     1999
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       Up Wash Ave ChlFreeway Channel
                                        I

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          Alta Dr UPRR
         Alta Dr - Sahara Ave
I   Up Washington Ave Conveyance
N
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        Sagman Bonanza
                          -
    Washington Ave, MLK 1-15
    Angel Park Detention Basin
    Gowan North Channel
       Phase 1
       Phase 2
    Oakey Storm Drainll-15 to Decatur
    Gowan OutfalllFerril to Kenny
    Gowan N Buffalo BrlAtwood to Lon

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          AS OF 12/31/98                 lJan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec iJan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug
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          HENDERSON
          C-I CHANNEL @ LAKE MEAD BLVD
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          PITTMAN PARK DB
          RAILROAD EAST DB
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                                                   -___ DESIGN
                                                   __-                       BID PERIOD             =CONSTRUCTION
         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                 FUNDING       DESIGN           DESIGN        CONSTR START CONSTR COMPL                              COMMENTS
           SUMMARY SHEET AS OF 12/31/98                 APPROVED       START           COMPLETE           DATE         DATE
                                                                        DATE             DATE

                        PROJECT
    IIGLAKK GUUNTY

                                                                                                                                        -
                                                                                                                                   ~11/98 Continue design.




                                                                                                                                   12/98 - Expedited design of the Outfall @ Rainbow/Desert Inn

                                                                                                                                   10/98 - Buffalo Outfall moved into construction. Design
                                                                                                                                   continues on other phases.
                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   12/98 Began construction of channel concrete floor.

                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   12/98 Submitted 100% plans.

    Tropicana Wash/ Paradise to Koval                                                                                              12/96 - Continue design. Consultant submitted preliminary
                                                           $240,000 01/98           03/99 e
I                                                                                                                                  design report
,
b
I       Durango Collector/ Twain to Hacienda
                                                           $388,000 01/98           01/99 e
                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   12/98 Continue design. Contractor returned reveised 90%
                                                                                                                                   P&S.
    Duck CreekfBoulder HWY to Stephanie
                                                           $400,000 01/96           10/98 e
                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   10198 Completed final PD report for Duck CreeWPittman
                                                                                                                                   Wash.
    Colorado Avenue Storm Drain-                                                                                                   12/98 - Continued design.
    CURRENTLY NO RFCD FUNDING
                                                                 $0 02198           04/99 e



    Goodsprings Flood Control Improvements
                                                            $99,000 DONE            DONE 06/94        PENDING
                                                    I              I            I                 I              I
    Muddy River West Levee - Moapa                                                                                                 12/98 - Held second meeting with the facilitator on December
                                                          $1,850,000
                                                                                                                                   22, 1998.
    Hiko Springs DB Outfall Channel
                                                          $9,175,000                07/98             01/99 e        10199 e
                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   12/98 Held a pre-construction meeting and conducted a
                                                                                                                                   partnering meeting.
    Bunkerville DB & Outfall PipeNVindmill Wash                                                                                    12/98 - Completed excavation and embankment of the
                                                           $819,384 11/96           03/98             09/98          06/99 e
                                                    I              I            I                                I
                                                                                                                                   detention basin.
    Nelson Diversion Dike & Channel
                                                            $70,000
                                                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                   10198 RFCD began MPU for the outlying areas.
    Improvements
    Shading indicates all or partial Bond funding
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                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                        FUNDING    DESIGN   DESIGN      CONSTR     CONSTR COMPL                               COMMENTS
                    SUMMARY SHEET AS OF 12/31/98                        APPROVED    START    COMPLETE    START DATE DATE
                                                                                    DATE     DATE

                                  PROJECT


         I
             Angel Park Detention Basin Expansion                           793,500                                                    12/98- Phase I - Excavation complete; Phase 111 - Working on
                                                                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                         01/96         10199 e         design drawings for area below the spillway.
             Upper Washington Ave Channel 8. Freeway Channel              $1,250,000                                                   08/96- Phase II:worked on ROWA from UPRR and 100% bid
             (Sagman to Charleston Blvd including the 1-1 51US-95                                                                      documents.
             Interchange)                                                          07/95     02/98
             Upper Washington Ave Channel 8. Freeway Channel             $13,469,000                                                   12/98- Continued construction and excavation of the channel.
             Aka Dr to UPRR                                                        08/96     04/97       12/97         01/99e
             Freeway Channel System/ Alta Drive to Sahara Ave             $1,551,000                                                   12/98- Consultant agreement scope amended and contract
                                                                                   03/98     06/99e      11/99e        06/01e          executed. Topographic Mapping Survey completed.
             Upper Washington Ave Conveyance                              $4,559,562                                                   12/98-Completed box culverts. Paved Veterans Memorial to
    I        Sagman to Bonanza                                                               10197       06/98         03/99e          Sycamore.
    VI
    I        Washington Ave. Channel ROW / Sagman - Las                    $270,000                                                    08/98- Submitted proposal to UPRR for approval.
             Vegas Creek (UPRR)
                                                                                                                   I               I
             Washington Avenue - MLK to 1-15                                 $70,000                               I               112/98-Two alternate routes have been submitted for

             Gowan North Channel - Durango Drive to Upper
                                                                                    110196
                                                                          $6.692.0001
                                                                                             (07198e     I         I                comments.
                                                                                                                                   11 1/98- Finalized bid documents and sent to P&C.
             Gowan North Detention Basin (Ph 2)                                                                                     12/98- Durrango DrlCheyenne to Lone Mtn bid docs complete.
                                                                                   08/96     06/97
             Gowan North Channel - Gowan Detention Basin to               $3,387,926                                                   11/98- Con-arch slabs completed and started placement of
             Buffalo Drive (Ph 1)                                                   DONE     06/97       07/98         01/99e          shotcrete arch sections on culverts.
         Oakey Storm Drain                                                 $430,000                                                    11/98- Supplemental agreement for MPA on RFCD TAC
         1-1 5 to Decatur                                                          ollg8     PD 06/99e                                 11/19/98.
         Gowan Outfall - Lone Mountain Branch/ Ferril St -                 $150,000                                                    11/98- PSA being prepared for signatures.
         Kenny Way                                                                 DONE
         Gowan North Buffalo BranchlAtwood Ave to Lone                     $100,000                                                    11/98- Worked on 100% plans and specs.
         Mountain Rd                                                               05/98     02/99e
         Shading indicates all or partial Bond funding
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              REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                  FUNDING       DESIGN      DESIGN      CONSTR   CONSTR COMPL                            COMMENTS
                SUMMARY SHEET AS OF 12/31/98                  APPROVED       START      COMPLETE   START DATE     DATE
                                                                              DATE        DATE
                               PROJECT



                                                                                                                             08/98- City Attorney working with the bonding company to
                                                                                                                             complete the project.
                                                                                                                             11/98- Completed RCB.

                                                                                                                             11/98- Construction of dam, concrete paving excavation.

                                                                                                                             11/98- Negotiated Engineering Services Agreement.

                                                                                                                             11/98- Finalized ROWA.

                                                                                                                             12/98- Begin to make correction to 90% plans.

                                                                                                                             11/98- ILC for construction of Phase I approved by the RFCD
                                                                                                                             BOD on 11/12/98.


         Western Tributary of the Lower Las Vegas Wash          $8,560,000                                                   12/98- Punch list remediation was substantially complete.
I        Detention Basin Design & ROW
QI
I                                                                         06/95       07/97        10/97     12/98e
         Western Tributary of the Range Wash                    $2,800.000                                                   12/98- NLV reviewed 60% plans & specs.
         ChanneNConfluence Detention Basin-Las Vegas
         Blvd. Design & ROW                                               04/96       02/99e       03/99e    11/99e
         Kyle Canyon Detention Basin-Diversion Dike:            $1,588,000                                                   12/98- NLV has completed their scope of work Las Vegas to
         Release Flow Outfall                                             06/96                                              proceed with the project.
         "A'Channel: Lake Mead Blvd - Las Vegas Wash              $900,000                                                   12/98- Black & Veach completed Technical Memorandum &
         Western Tributary                                                10197       05/99e                                 Executive Summary.
         Western Tributary of the Las Vegas Wash: Camino AI     $1,200,000                                                   12/98- VTN prepared 90% plans & specs for Phase 3.
         Norte to Ann Road                                                11/97       02/99e
         Western Tributary of the Las Vegas Wash: Ann Road      $2,400,000                                                   12/98- VTN finalized 100% draft plans & specs.
         to Centennial Parkway                                            11/97       0Z99e
         Western Tributary of the Las Vegas Wash: Phase I:      $8,328,044                                                   12/98- NTP issued effective 1/6/99.
         Ann to Clayton                                                  DONE         11/98        01/99     11/99e
         Clayton Street Channel                                  $200,000                                                    12/98- Scope of work completed.
                                                                         02/98        07\98
         BOULDER CITY

     Buchanan Watershed Facilities - Broadmoor                   $448,900                                                    12/98- Boulder City has paid contractor and will request RFCD
     Crossing                                                            01/96        05/98        07/98     09/96           reimbursement.
     North Airport Watershed                                      $80,000                                                    12/98- Prepare design report in January 1999.
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                                                                         10198                     03/99e    06/99e
         Shading indicates all or partial Bond funding
                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998
RFCD Project Number Design: CLA12A97              RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                  Review Period: December 1998

Project: Desert Inn Detention Basin and Outfall

Description: Construct Detention Basin and Outfall

Percent Complete:      Design: 6%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                       Construction         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $250,000
                                            (Design: $250,000; ROW;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

                                                     r        ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:                               2115/99        I   DESIGN:                  I
BIDS OPENED:                          3115/99
CONSTRUCTION START:                   5115/99
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                11/30/99
OTHER (DEFINEI.E., LOMR):


ConsultanVProject Manager: VTN Nevada

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Expedited design of outfall at Rainbow/Desert Inn.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Work on landscape architecture and submit 90
percent design comments.


Project Manager: Kingston                                    Phone: 455-6080




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                        Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: CLA13A97              RFCD Project Number Construction: d   ~ ~ / a ~
                                                  Review Period: December 1998

Project: Lakes Detention (1) - Buffalo Outfall - Peace to Tropicana
Description: Construct double 1Ox6 RCB and Open Channel

Percent Complete:      Design: 100%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                       Construction: 50%       INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:
                                               (Design; ROW;
                                               Construction Management; Construction)

   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:                                               DESIGN:                   I 04/30/98
                                                      BIDS OPENED:
                                                      CONSTRUCTION START:         09/2 1/98
                                                      CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
                                                      OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


ConsultantlProjectManager: PBS & J

Delays or Problem Areas:                                                                       II
Work Completed During Current Month: Began construction of channel concrete floor.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Complete construction of channel floor and work on
channel slopes, including transition access.


Project Manager: George                                     Phone: 455-6048




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                       Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: CL413A97             RFCD Project Number Construction:            98
                                                 Review Period: December 1998

Project: Lakes Detention (2) - Buffalo Outfall - D.I. to Peace

Description: Construct Storm Drain within Buffalo Drive.

Percent Complete:      Design: 90%          ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                       Construction         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $300,000
                                            (Design: $300,000; ROW;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

                                                             ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:                               1/15/99           EI :
                                                          G
                                                       DS N
BIDS OPENED:                          2/15/99          BIDS OPENED:
CONSTRUCTION START:                   3/15/99      I   CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                               __ - -            I             I
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                10/30/99         CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):                               OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


Consultant/Project Manager: PBS & J

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Submitted 100 percent plans.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Address 100 percent plans comments.


Project Manager: Kingston                                  Phone: 455-6080




                                           -9-
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                               PROJECT STATUS REPORT

 Entity: Clark County                                     Date Prepared: December 31, 1998
 RFCD Project Number Design: CLA13A97           RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                Review Period: December 1998

  Project: Lakes Detention (3) - Detention Basin, D.I. & Durango Systems

 Description: Construct Detention Basin and Storm Drain in D.I. and Durango

 Percent Complete:      Design: 65%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                        Construction        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $300,000
                                            (Design: $300,000; ROW;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                              ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
 DESIGN:                  2115/99                    DESIGN:
 BIDS OPENED:             3115/99                    BIDS OPENED:
 CONSTRUCTION START:      6115/99                    CONSTRUCTION START:
 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:   3/30/00                    CONSTRUCTIONCOMPLETE:
 OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):                          , OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


 ConsultantlProject Manager: PBS & J

1 Delays or Problem Areas:                                                                   I
 Work Completed During Current Month: Reviewed 70 percent design for Desert Inn and
 Durango storm drains.

 Work to be Completed During Next Month: Work on 70 percent design for detention basin.


 Project Manager: Kingston                                Phone: 455-6080




                                           -10-
                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: CLA13A97            RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                Review Period: December 1998

Project: Lakes Detention (4) - Buffalo Collector - Sahara to D.I.

Description: Construct Storm Drain in Buffalo Drive

Percent Complete:      Design: 70%          ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                       Construction         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $300,000
                                            (Design: $300,000; ROW;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESI GN:                I 3/15/99                     DESIGN:
                                                        ~~                      1
                                                      BIDS OPENED:
                                                      CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                      CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:



ConsultantIProject Manager: PBS & J

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Addressed comments on 70 percent design plans.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Submit 90 percent plans.


Project Manager: Kingston                                    Phone: 455-6080




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: ClA08B93             RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                 Review Period: December 1998

Project: Lower Duck Creek Detention Basin

Description: Construct Detention Basin

Percent Complete:      Design: 40%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $9,000,000
                       Construction        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $6,000,000
                                           (Design; ROW: $5,956,000;
                                           Construction Management; Construction
                                           Other: $44,000)

                                                          ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
                                                    DESIGN:
                                                    - -- . - . ..
                                                    BIDS OPENED:
                                                    CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
                                                    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):


ConsultantIProject Manager: Montgomery Watson

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Continued design.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Continue design.


Project Manager: Hand                                        Phone: 455-6067




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998
RFCD Project Number Design: ClA10A97            RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                Review Period: December 1998

Project: Tropicana Wash - Paradise to Koval

Description: Flood Control Channels and related facilities

Percent Complete:      Design: 50%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                       Construction          INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $240,000
                                             (Design: $230,000; ROW: $10,000;
                                             Construction Management; Construction)

   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                  ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:                   3/12/99                       DESIGN:
BIDS OPENED:                                            BIDS OPENED:
CONSTRUCTI0N START:                                     CONSTRUCTION START:
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                              ,   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
OTHER (DEFINEI.E., LOMR):                               OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


ConsultantJProject Manager: Louis Berger & Associates

Delays or Problem Areas: Project has been on hold awaiting agreement outcome with owners.

Work Completed During Current Month: Continued design. Consultant submitted preliminary
design report.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Work on securing agreement with new property
owner.


          Project Manager: Kilmer                                    Phone: 455-6074




                                           -13-
    REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                         PROJECT STATUS REPORT

    Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998
    RFCD Project Number Design: CLA09A97             RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                     Review Period: December 1998

                                -
    Project: Durango Collector Twain to Hacienda

    Description: Flood Control Channels and related facilities

    Percent Complete:      Design: 70%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                           Construction          INTERLOCALCONTRACT AMOUNT: $388,000
                                                 (Design: $373,000; ROW: $15,000;
                                                 Construction Management; Construction)

     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE
  DESIGN:                   1/29/99
  BIDS OPENED:
. CONSTRUCTION START:
, CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
  OTHER (DEFINEI.E., LOMR):                              OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


    ConsultantlProject Manager: Black & Veatch

    Delays or Problem Areas:

    Work Completed During Current Month: Continued design. Contractor submitted revised 90
    percent plans and specs.

    Work to be Completed During Next Month: Continue design.


    Project Manager: Kilmer                                      Phone: 455-6074




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                             REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                  PROJECT STATUS REPORT

    Entity: Clark County                                         Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

    RFCD Project Number Design:                     RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                    Review Period: December 1998

    Project: Colorado Avenue Storm Drain System

    Description: Design of Storm Drain System - Colorado and Olive Avenues
    Percent Complete:      Design: 50%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $11,000,000
                           Construction        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:
                                               (Design; ROW;
                                               Construction Management; Construction)

1       SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE               1               ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                   1
                                                          DESlGN:
                                                      L
                                                          BIDS OPENED:
                                                            ~~     ~~




    CONSTRUCTION START:                                   CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                          CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
I OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):                            1   OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


    ConsultanVProject Manager: G. C. Wallace

    Delays or Problem Areas: Prepare MPU amendment.

    Work Completed During Current Month: Continued design.

IIWork to be Completed During Next Month: Continue design to        70 percent plans.
                                                                                                    II
    Project Manager: Catanese                                    Phone: 455-6050




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                             REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                  PROJECT STATUS REPORT

    Entity: Clark County                                      Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

    RFCD Project Number Design: GSPOlA88           RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                   Review Period: December 1998

    Project: Goodsprings - Flood Control

    Description: Design & Construct Berm & Channel along south side of town and widen Channel
    along Pacific Street on North side of town.

    Percent Complete:      Design: 98%          ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $525,000
                           Construction         INTERLOCALCONTRACT AMOUNT: $99,000
                                                (Design: $40,400; ROW: $39,000;
                                                Construction Management; Construction: $18,600;
                                                Other: $1,000)

     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
  DESIGN:                  I 6/30/94                    DESIGN:                   I 6/30/94
  BIDS OPENED:                                          BIDS OPENED:
  CONSTRUCTION START:                                   CONSTRUCT~ON  START:
  CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
I OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):
                                           ~




                                                        OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


    ConsultantlProject Manager: G. C. Wallace

    Delays or Problem Areas: Determine if sufficient funding for ROW acquisition.

    Work Completed During Current Month: RFCD worked on Master Plan Update for outlying

I   areas-
    Work to be Completed During Next Month: Review hydrology from past MPU to determine if re-
    design is necessary before ROW acquisition.


    Project Manager: Catanese                                 Phone: 455-6050




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                   Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: MOA01B89          RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                              Review Period: December 1998

Project: Moapa Valley - Muddy River (West) Levee

Description: Design ChanneVLevee Combination

Percent Complete:      Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $8,259,000
                       Construction         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $1,850,000
                                            (Design: $330,000; ROW: $1,520,000;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                           ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESlGN:                                            DESIGN:




ConsultantlProject Manager: G. C. Wallace

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Held meeting on 12/22/98 in Moapa Valley to discuss
hydraulics and produced model of 9111/98 storm event. Continued facilitating to achieve
community consensus to mitigate flooding along Muddy River.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Hold meeting number 3 on 1/26/99 in Moapa Valley
in Overton Community Center. Continue facilitating.


Project Manager: Catanese                              Phone: 455-6050




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                        Date Prepared: December 31, 1998
RFCD Project Number Design: lAU03A96           RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                               Review Period: December 1998

Project: Laughlin - Hiko Springs Wash Outfall Channel

Description: Outfall Channel for Detention Basin

Percent Complete:      Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $7,700,000
                       Construction         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $525,000
                                            (Design: $495,000; ROW: $30,000;
                                            Construction Management; Construction)

                                                   I         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
                                                       DESIGN:                   I 7120198
                                                   b
                                                       BIDS OPENED:              I 9/17/98
                                                       CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                       CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
                                                       OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


ConsultantIProject Manager: Black & Veatch

Delays or Problem Areas:

Work Completed During Current Month: Held pre-con and conducted partnering meeting.
                                                                                         ~~




Work to be Completed During Next Month: Begin project.


Project Manager: Wondra                                     Phone: 455-6330




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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

Entity: Clark County                                      Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

RFCD Project Number Design: BUNOIASO           RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                               Review Period: December 1998

Project: Bunkerville Flood Control - Windmill Wash

Description: Flood Control Improvementsalong Windmill Wash

Percent Complete:      Design: 100%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $5,640,000
                       Construction: 5%    INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $741,000
                                           (Design: $565,685; ROW: $175,314;
                                           Construction Management; Construction)

   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                               ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESlGN:                  3/26/98                     DESIGN:                    4/14/98
BIDS OPENED:             5113/98                     BIDS OPENED:               5113/98
CONSTRUCTION START:      9115/98                     CONSTRUCTION START:        9115/98
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:   6115/99                     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):                             OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):


ConsultantIProject Manager: CH2M Hill

Delays or Problem Areas: Material processing delayed due to problems with existing site
materials not meeting specification requirement for drain rock.

Work Completed During Current Month: Completed excavation and embankment of detention
basin. Completed RCG test section. Began excavation and fill of Jess Waite wash berm.

Work to be Completed During Next Month: Place soil cement facing while RCG test section
curves.


Project Manager: Page                                     Phone: 455-6046




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                             REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                  PROJECT STATUS REPORT

    Entity: Clark County                                     Date Prepared: December 31, 1998

    RFCD Project Number Design: NEL01A88           RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                   Review Period: December 1998

    Project: Nelson Flood Control

    Description: Design and Construct Diversion Berm Upstream o Road. Widen Channel and Dip.
                                                               f
    Percent Complete:      Design: 5%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $70,000
                           Construction         INTERLOCALCONTRACT AMOUNT: $70,000
                                                (Design: $9,000; ROW: $3,000;
                                                Construction Management; Construction: $58,000)

     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                               ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
  DESIGN:
  ~ _ - ..
       _                                  I            DESIGN:
I BIDS OPENED:
       ~~ ~~-                                          BIDS OPENED:
  CONSTRUCTION START:                                  CONSTRUCTION START:
~ CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                               CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
  OTHER (DEFINELE., LOMR):                             OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):


    ConsultantlProject Manager: G. C. Wallace

    Delays or Problem Areas:
F

    Work Completed During Current Month: RFCD began Master Plan Update for outlying areas.

    Work to be Completed During Next Month:                                                       -

    Project Manager: Catanese                                Phone: 455-6050




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                           REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                 PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                   DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
W C D PROJECT DESIGN #:   LASO9F93          RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                            REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98       TO:       12/31/98

PROJECT:        WASHINGTON AVENUE SYSTEM SAGMAN TO LAS VEGAS CREEK.

DESCRIPTION:    Engineering, ROW design, and ROW acquisition from Bonanza to UPRR.


PERCENT COMPLETE:       ROW: 80%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:         $270,000
                        Constr: YO          INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:        $270,000

                                            (Predesign $   : Design $        ; ROW $270,000;
                                            Const Management $       ; Construction $      1


     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                               ACTUAL’COMPLETION DATE

 DESIGN:                                              DESIGN:

 BIDS OPEN:                                           BIDS OPEN:                     I
 CONSTRUCTION START:                                  CONSTRUCTION START:

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                               CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

 ROW ACQUISITION:                    10/ 15/98        ROW ACQUISITION:


CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:           Carter-Burgess, Inc.


1 DELAYS OR    PROBLEM AREAS:                                                                       l
 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

 Submitted proposal to UPRR for approval.


 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
 Acquire R/W from UPRR.


PROJECT MANAGER:        Randy Fultz, P.E.                           PHONE #:    229-6541


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                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                   DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:    LAS09H94          RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                            REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98          TO:       12/31/98

PROJECT:        UPPER WASHINGTON AVENUE CHANNEL - SAGMAN ST. TO CHARLESTON BLVD.

DESCRIPTION: A) US95 / 1-15 Interchange R e d e s i g n with NDOT completed.
 B.) Freeway Channel Design from Alta to UPRR completed.
            -
 C.) Phase I Design of 12’x 8’RCB from Sagman Street to Bonanza Road is completed.
 D.) Phase II - Design of 12’x 8’RCB from Bonanza Road to UPRR.

PERCENT COMPLETE:       Design:98%Ph2      ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:             $1,2 14,890
                        Constr: YO         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:            $1,250,000

                                           (Redesign $ 19.098;Design $ 1,180,902;ROW $50.000;
                                           Const Management $        ; Construction $     1




 DESIGN:                                                 DESIGN:

 BIDS OPEN:                       I               I 1    BIDS OPEN:

 CONSTRUCTION START:                                     CONSTRUCTION START:

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                  CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

 OTHER (Define):                                     I   OTHER (Define):                I
CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER            Carter-Burgess, Inc.


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS
 Phase II - Need ROW from UPRR before going to CCRFCD for approval of construction funding.

 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
 Phase II - Worked on acquisition of ROW from UPRR. Met with representatives from the UPRR to
 finalize construction procedures for placing structures under train tracks. Worked on 100%bid
  documents.

 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  Phase II - Acquire drainage easements from the UPRR. Presentation to CCRFCD for construction
  funding. Prepare final bid documents. Acquire NDOT permit. Prepare Presentation for CCRFCD
  Board for approval of construction funding.

PROJECT MANAGER         J o e Christensen, P.E.                        PHONE #:   229-2212

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                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                      PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                          DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:                             RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:     LASO9J97

                                                   REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98 TO:             12/31/98

PROJECT:            FREEWAY CHANNEL SYSTEM / ALTA DFUVE TO UP-

DESCRIPTION: Construction of 3:14’ x 10’ RCB’s along 1-15 and a 66-inch RCP in Martin
 Luther King Boulevard in conjunction with Spaghetti Bowl Improvements.

PERCENT COMPLETE:             Design: 100 YO      ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:            $13,469,000
                              Constr: 85%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:           $13,469,000

                                                  (Redesign $    : Design $       ; ROW $        ,
                                                  Const Management $100,00O;Construction $13,369.000)



          SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                        I         ACTUAL~COMPLETIONDATE

    DESIGN:                              04/15/97              DESIGN:                         04/15/97

    BIDS OPEN:                           10/26/97              BIDS OPEN:                      10/23/97

    CONSTRUCTION START:                  12/15/97              CONSTRUCTION START:             12/18/97

1   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:              IOl/O1/99        I I   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:      I
    OTHER (Define):                                        I   OTHER (Define):             I
CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                Parsons Brinckerhoff


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH

     Continued construction and excavation of the channel.


     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH

     Continue construction.



    PROJECT MANAGER:          Randy Fultz, P.E.                              PHONE #:   229-6541

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                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                      PROJECT STATUS REPORT

ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                           DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:    LAS09L98                  RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                                    REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 1 1 / 3 0 / 9 8   TO:   12/31/98

PROJECT:            FREEWAY CHANNEL SYSTEM / ALTA DRIVE TO SAWARA AVENUE

DESCRIPTION: Design of triple 14'xlO' RCB drains from Alta Drive to Sahara Avenue and a 78"
 RCP alone Western Avenue from W l to Sahara for the Freewav Channel Facilities.
                                al

PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: 20%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECP             $1,55 1,000
                             Constr: %              INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:           $1,55 1,000

                                                    (Redesign $    : Design $1,549,000; ROW $2,000;
                                                    Const Management $       ; Construction $


                                                                     ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DESIGN:                                 08/99             DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                              10/99             BIDS OPEN:

    CONSTRUCTION START:.                    11/99             CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                  06/01             CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

1   OTHER (Defme):                      I               I     OTHER (Defme):

CONSULTANT/ PROJECT MANAGER:                 Parsons Bnnckerhoff


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH

    Project design, including revised scope of Western Ave. bypass facilities, resumed. Amendment to
    consultant agreement executed. Topographic Mapping Survey completed.




    Continue design work, issue Draft Preliminary Design Report, complete sunrey & geotechnical
    investigation, coordination meeting with NDOT, and complete utility investigations & hydrologic


    R e s e n t Consultant Agreement to City Council for approval.


PROJECT MANAGER              Denis L. Atwood, P.E.                            PHONE #:    229-6740
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                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                     PROJECT STATUS REPORT

October 26, 1998
ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                        DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:   LAS14A95                RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                                 REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98        TO:     12/31/98

PROJECT:            WASHINGTON AVENUE/I-15 TO MARTIN LUTHER KING.

DESCRIFTION: Roadway and flood control improvements on Washington Avenue between
 M r i Luther King Boulevard and 1-15. (RFCD/RTC project)
  atn

PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: 70%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $217,00O(RFC/RTC)
                             Constr: '30        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:    $70,000 (RFC)

                                                (Predesign $   ; Design $70.000;ROW $             ,
                                                Const Management $                              $.A
                                                                         ;~ o n s t r u c t i o n




          SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
~~




     DESIGN:                                               DESIGN:

     BIDS OPEN:                                            BIDS OPEN:

     CONSTRUCTION START:                                   CONSTRUCTION START:
_____________




     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:            I                   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

     OTHER (Define):                                       OTHER (Define):

CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                Pentacore Engineering


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
     Alternative routes have been narrowed down to two. The plan sheets showing these two routes will
     be submitted to Mr. Goecke and Councilman Reese for their comments.


     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH
     Neighborhood meeting scheduled for 1-6-98.
     Make decision on the best route and start redesigning the project.

PROJECT MANAGER:             J o e Christensen, P.E.                      PHONE #:    229-2212


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                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                     PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                     DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:                        RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:     LASO 1B95

                                              REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98           TO:    12/31/98

PROJECT:         ANGEL PARK DETENTION BASIN EXPANSION

DESCRIPTION: Phase I - Excavation of 218,000 cubic yards by NDOT is complete.
 Phase II - Excavation of 60,000 CY by the Las Vepas Sports at no cost to the District.
 Phase III- Excavation o f l 6 0 , O O O CY to fill washes immediately downstream of the Basin.

PERCENT COMPLETE:         Design: O%PH3       ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:             $200,000 P h l
                          Cons: 80%PH2        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:            $793,500

                                              (Redesign $    :Design $         ;ROW $             ?

                                              Const Management $70,000; Const $696,000;
                                              Other $27.5001


    SCHEDULED               PHASE        PHASE           ACTUAL                PHASE        PHASE
    COMPLETION                I1           I11         COMPLETION                I1           I11
 DESIGN:                                 02/99      DESIGN:

 BIDS OPEN:                                         BIDS OPEN:

 CONSTR. START:                           04/99     CONSTR. START:

 CONSTR. COMPLETE:                        10/99     CONSTR. COMPLETE:

 OTHER:                                             OTHER:


CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:            Project Engineers of Nevada


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:


  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
  Phase 2 - Excavation i basin for Sport Park complete.
                       n
  Phase 3 - Working on design drawings for f
                                           &g    area below spillway.



  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH.
  Phase 3 - Continue design.


PROJECT MANAGER:          Randy Fultz, P.E.                              PHONE #:    229-6541
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                           REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICI'
                                 PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                   DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:   LAS10D95           RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                           REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98           TO:   12/31/98

PROJECT:        GOWAN NORTH CHANNEL/DETENTION BASIN TO DURANGO DRTVE. (DESIGN)

DESCRIFTION: Phase I - Design 86 acquisition of land for Gowan N o r t h Channel from Buffalo Dr.
 to the Upper Gowan N o r t h Detention Basin is complete. Phase II- Design and acquisition of
 land for Gowan N o r t h Channel from Buffalo Dr. t o Durango Drive.

PERCENT COMPLETE:        Design: 100 YO    ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:             $1,098,000
                         Constr: YO        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:            $1,098,000

                                           (Redesign $    : Design $370.000 ; ROW $728,000;
                                           Const Management $       ; Construction $     1

           SCHEDULED                  PHASE
           COMPLETION                   I1                   COMPLETION
                                    08/08/97
 DESIGN:                                             DESIGN:
                                    12/ 17/98
 BIDS OPEN:                                           BIDS OPEN:

 CONSTRUCTION START:                                  CONSTRUCTION START:

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                               CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
           ~~




 OTHER (Define):                                      OTHER (Define):


CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:           P B S W Engineering/Wayne Horlacher, P.E.


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:



  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH



PROJECT MANAGER:         Denis L. Atwood, P.E.                       PHONE #:     229-6740

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                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                   DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:                      RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                            REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98

PROJECT:       DURANGO DRIVE - CHEYENNE TO LONE MOUNTAIN

DESCRIPTION: Design full width roadway improvements a n d storm drain facilities on Durango
 Drive from Cheyenne Avenue to Lone Mountain Road.


PERCENT COMPLETE:       Design: 98 ?LO     ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:           $1,200,000
                        Constr: ?LO        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:          $

                                           (Redesign $    : Design $        ; ROW $          3

                                           Const Management $       ; Construction $         I

                                                               A-AL                    PHASE




                                                     rn
           COMPLETION                                        COMPLETION                  I

 DESIGN:

 BIDS OPEN:                                          BIDS OPEN:

 CONSTRUCTION START:                                 CONSTRUCTION START:

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                              CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

 OTHER (Defme):                                      OTHER (Define):


CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:           VTN Nevada


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



  WORK COMPLETED DURMG CURRENT MONTH



  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:



PROJECT MANAGER:        J o e Christensen, P.E.                      PHONE #:   229-2122 -


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                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                      PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                        DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:                           RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:     LAS10E97

                                                 REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98 TO:                   12/31/98

PROJECT:                                                      -
                     GOWAN NORTH CHANNEL PHASE 1 DETENTION BASIN TO BUFFALO.

DESCRJPTION: Construction of 1700 linear feet of 3 1 ’ x 8’ RCB’s from the Upper Gowan
                                                  :3
 North Detention Basin west to Buf‘falo Drive.

PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: 100%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $3,387,926
                             Constr: 50%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $3.387.926

                                                (Redesign $      ;Design $       ; ROW $                  7

                                                Const Eng $221.640;Construction $3,166,2861



              SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE
 ~        ~




 DESIGN:                                   OB/ 08/97              DESIGN:                          08/08/97

 BIDS OPEN:                                04/29/98               BIDS OPEN:                       04/29/98

 CONSTRUCTION START:                       07/06/98               CONSTRUCTION START:              07/06/98

     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:            1   01/ 14/99              CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

     OTHER /Define):                   I                          OTHER (Define):

CONSULTANT/ PROJECT MANAGER:                P B S W / Wayne Horlacher, P.E.


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
                       ~




     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
     Con-Arch slabs completed, outfall headwall 86 low flow pipe in basin completed, con-arch stern
     walls completed, and started placement of shotcrete arch sections on culverts.


     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH.
     Continue placement of shotcrete arches, inlets in basin, pedestrian bridge, and complete waterline
     relocation


PROJECT MANAGER:             Terry Parker                                       PHONE #:       229-6735

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                             REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                   PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                     DATE PREPARED:       December 3 1, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:    LAS E A 9 5         RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                              REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98         TO:    12/31/98

PROJECT:                                  -
                   OAKEY STORM DRAIN 1-15 TO DECATUR BOULEVARD

DESCRIPTION:       Storm drain   or adjacent to Oakey Boulevard from 1-15 to Decatur Boulevard.


PERCENT COMPLETE:         Redesign: 95%       ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:           $270,000
                          Constr: YO          INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:          $270,000

                                              (Redesign $265,00O;Design $        ; ROW $5.000;
                                              Const Management $        ; Construction $       1


                                                                ACMJAL' COMPLETION DATE

    PREDESIGN:                         06/ 30/99

I   BIDSOPEN:                      I               I      BIDS OPEN:

    CONSTRUCTION START:                                   CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

I   OTHER (Define):                I               I      OTHER (Define):


CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:             Carter-Burgess, Inc.


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:


    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH




                                         and place it o n CCRFCD's agenda for approval. Continue to
    meet with th                         e CLVs work plan in the Meadows Detention Basin with


PROJECT MANAGER           Joe Christensen, P.E.                         PHONE #:    229-2212


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                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                               PROJECT STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LA$ VEGAS                   DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:                      RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:     LAS09K97

                                           REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98               TO:        12/31/98

PROJECT:                                                         -
               UPPER WASHINGTON AVE. CONVEYANCE SAGMAN ST. TO BONANZA ROAD.

DESCRIPTION: Construction of a single cell 12' x 8' RCB in Washington Avenue from Sagman
 Street to Bonanza Road in Veteran's Memorial Drive.

PERCENT COMPLETE:      Design: 100%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $4,559,562
                       Constr: 70%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                $4.559.562

                                           (Predesign $   ; Design $       ; ROW $                   ?

                                           Const Management $250.000; Construction $4,309,5621




 DESIGN:                            1O/ 30/ 97               DESIGN:                            10/30/97

 BIDS OPEN:                         03/11/98                 BIDS OPEN:                         03/11/98


 CONSTRUCTION START:            1   06/15/98                 CONSTRUCTION START:                06115/98

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:             03/ 06199            1   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:         I               I
 OTHER (Define):                                             OTHER (Define):                               A




CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:           Carter-Burgess, Inc.




 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:




  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:




PROJECT MANAGER        Terry Parker                                        PHONE #:       229-6735

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                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        PROJECTSTATUSREPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF L S VEGAS
                 A                                  DATE PREPARED:       December 31, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:    LASlOF97                  RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                                    REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98 TO:                 12/31/98

PROJECT.            GOWAN OUTFALL LONE MOUNTAIN BRANCH FERRIL TO KENNY         -
DESCRIPI'ION: Design of a collection system including pipes and an inlet system to the
 Gowan Outfall System in Lone Mountain from F e d Street t o Kenny Way.

PERCENT COMPLETE:               Design: YO         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $150,000
                                Constr: YO         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT                 $150,000

                                                   (Predesign $    : Design $ 147.000;ROW $3,000;
                                                   Const Management $        ; Construction $    1


I
          SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE
                                                          I      I         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
                                                                                                            1
    DESIGN:                                                          DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                                                       BIDS OPEN:

    CONSTRUCTION START:                                              CONSTRUCTION START:
I                                                         I      c                               I          I


1   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                I               I I        CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:      I          I
    OTHER (Define):                                                  OTHER (Define):
                                                                                                            1
CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                   Kennedy Jenks Chilton / Von Larsen, P.E.




I    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:




I    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
     Design costs have been negotiated and final Professional Services Agreement (PSA) i being
                                                                                        s
     prepared for signatures.

     WORK TO B E COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:                                                                   1
                                                                                                                1

     Finalize PSA for submittal to City Attorney for legal review. Put PSA on City Council Agenda for
     approval.

    PROJECT MANAGER:            J o e Christensen, P.E.                            PHONE #:   229-6541
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                              REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                    PROJECI' STATUS REPORT


ENTITY: CITY OF LAS VEGAS                     DATE PREPARED:       December 3 1, 1998
RFCD PROJECT DESIGN #:   LAS10H98             RFCD PROJECT CONSTRUCTION #:

                                              REVIEW PERIOD FROM: 11/30/98           TO:   12/31/98

PROJECT:           GOWAN NORTH BUFFALO BRANCH

DESCRIPTION: Stork drain improvements in conjunction with an RTC road project in Buffalo
 Drive fkom Atwood Avenue to Lone Mountain Road.

PERCENT COMPLETE:          Design: 75%       ESTIMATED COST OF PROJEC'E              $100,000
                           Constr: YO        INTERLOCK CONTRACT AMOUNT:              $100,000

                                             (Predesign $   : Design $100.000 ; ROW $               3

                                             Const Management $       ; Construction $          1

I                                                  I    I                                               1
                                                                          COMPLETION DATE

                                                            DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                                          I   BIDS OPEN:

    CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                  CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

    OTHER (Define):                                     1   OTHER (Define):


    CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:          G.C. Wallace


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
     Clark County SID has required additional area to be surveyed to see if residents want to be
     included in the SID.


     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH
     Work on 100% documents


     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

     Continue work on 100% plans.


    PROJECT MANAGER:       Dennis Anderson, P.E.                          PHONE #:   229-6541
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                                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL D I S T R I C T
                                               P R O J E C T STATUS REPORT
               CITY OF HENDERSON                                                                        December 23, 1998
  Entity:                                                                   Date
                                                                            Prepared:
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                   RFCD Project Number
                                                               Construction:

                                                               Review Period From:      12/01/98              To:     12/31/98

 PROJECT:             C-1 CHANNEL SYSTEM DESIGN (MISSION HILLS)

 DESCRIPTION:                MISSION HILLS DETENTION BASIN AND OUTLET WORKS



 PERCENT                                Design: 100%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                         $7,150.00
 COMPLETE:
                                        Const: 99%           & ' N C CONTRACT
                                                            ! QB Q A  L                                        $

                                                   Design                        $                     ROW            $
                                                   Banagemen?
                                                     nstructio                   $                     Constructio    $
                                                                             _______   ~ _ _ _ _ _ _
                                                                                                       n               ~~




  SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                             ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

 DESIGN:                                          COMPLETE             DESIGN:                                       COMPLETE

 BIDS OPEN:                                       COMPLETE             BIDS OPEN:                                    COMPLETE

 CONSTRUCTION START:                              COMPLETE             CONSTRUCTION START:                           99%
                                                                                                                     COMPLETE

 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                                CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

 OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                            OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):

CONSULTANTRROJECT                                    KEN GILBRETH          VTN-NEVADA
MANAGER:

  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

  Bonding Company took over the project.

  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

  City Attorney working with bonding company (legal council) to complete the project.

  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  Continue work with bonding company.

 PROJECT MANAGER:                        Curt Chandler, P.E.                                    PHONE #:           565-2136
file: p:\wpinbox\agendas\project status c-2
                                                                                                                            Exhibit C-2

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                                           REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                                PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:      CITY OF HENDERSON                                             Date           December 23,1998
                                                                               Prepared:

    RFCD Project Number Design:                                 RFCD Project Number
                                                                Construction:
                                                                Review Period From:    12/01/98       To:    12/31/98
    PROJECT:             C-1 CHANNEL AT LAKE MEAD BLVD.
    DESCRIPTION:               Reconstruct existing box culvert C-1 Channel crossing at Lake Mead Blvd.


    PERCENT                              Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:              $875,000
    COMPLETE:
                                         Const: W 95%          B Q XL
                                                              m & $CONTRACT                           $

                                                    Design                      $            ROW             $
                                                      nstructio                 $            Constructio     $
                                                    @anagemen?                               n

I   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         1   ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

I DESIGN:                                          01/98                  DESIGN:                            01/98

    BIDS OPEN:                                     02/14/98               BIDS OPEN:                         02/98

    CONSTRUCTION START:                            03/98                  CONSTRUCTION START:                04/98

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                         12/98                  CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:             12/98

    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                            OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):

CONSULTANTE'ROJECT                                    JOHN CLARK - MONTGOMERY WATSON
MANAGER:


/   DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
                                                                                                                           1I
    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
    Completed RCB.

    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

1   Continue construction.                                                                                                 I
    PROJECT MANAGER:                      Curt Chandler, P.E.                              PHONE #:       565-2136
file:   p:\wpinboxbgendas\project status c-2
                                                                                                                 Exhibit C-2


                                                                 -35-
                                          REGIONAL FLOOD C O N T R O L DISTRICT
                                                 PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:    CITY OF HENDERSON                                             Date                December 23,1998
                                                                             Prepared:


    RFCD Project Number Design:                                RFCD Project Number
                                                               Construction:

                                                               Review Period From:    12/01/98        To:   12/31/98
    PROJECT:          PITTMAN PARK DETENTION BASIN

    DESCRIPTION:             OFF LINE DETENTION BASIN AT ARROYO GRANDE SPORTS COMPLEX



    PERCENT                             Design 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $1,200,000
    COMPLETE:
                                        Const: 5585%

                                                   Design                         $          ROW             $
                                                                                  $          Constructio     $
                                                                                             n

    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                           ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DESIGN:                                       01/98                 DESIGN:                             03/98

    BIDS OPEN:                                    02/98                 BIDS OPEN:                          05/20/98

    CONSTRUCTION START:                           07/98                 CONSTRUCTION START:                 7/98

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                        12/98                 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:              12/98

I   OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                      1   OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
                                                                                                                              1
CONSULTANTIPROJECT                                    JOHN CLARK - MONTGOMERY WATSON
MANAGER:

    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:


    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

    Construction of dam, concrete paving excavation.

    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
    Continue construction.

    PROJECT MANAGER:                     Curt Chandler, P.E.                              PHONE #:       565-2136
file: p:\wpinbox\agendas\project status c-2
                                                                                                                    Exhibit C-2



                                                                 -36-
                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        P R O J E C T STATUS R E P O R T
    Entity:   CITY OF HENDERSON                                     Date               December 23,1998
                                                                    Prepared:

    RFCD Project Number Design:                      RFCD Project Number
                                                     Construction:

                                                     Review Period From:    12/01/98           To:   12/31/98

    PROJECT:      RAILROAD EAST DETENTION BASIN

    DESCRIPTION:       PRESDESIGN OF RAILROAD EAST DETENTION BASIN



    PERCENT                    Pre-Des.: 100%     ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                   $9,600,000
    COMPLETE:                  Design:    0%
                               Const:     0%                  i
                                                  ~ ~ @ & C fCONTRACT                          $

                                          Design                      $             ROW              $
                                          Panagemen?
                                            nstructio                 $             Constructio      $
                                                                                    n

1   SCHEDULEDCOMPLETION DATE                                1   ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DESIGN:                                                 I   DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                                              I BIDSOPEN:
    CONSTRUCTION START:                                         CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                      CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                  OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):



CONSULTANT/PROJECT                           KEN GILBRETH - VTN-NEVADA
MANAGER:




    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
    Negotiated the Engineering Services Agreement.

    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
    Continue work on right of way documents. Approval of the Engineering Services Agreement.




                                                         -37-
                                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                               PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:    CITY OF HENDERSON                                              Date               December 23,1998
                                                                              Prepared:


    RFCD Project Number Design:                                RFCD Project Number
                                                               Construction:

                                                               Review Period From:    12/01/98        To:     12/31/98

    PROJECT:          BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN

    DESCRIPTION:



    PERCENT                             Design: 90%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $5,600,000
    COMPLETE:
                                        Const: Yo           =B&QCAL         CONTRACT                   $

                                                    Design                      $            ROW              $
                                                    @anagemen?
                                                      nstructio                 $            Constructio      $
                                                                                             n

1   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                        I   ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DE SIGN :                                       02/98                DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                                      06/98                BIDS OPEN:                           10198

    CONSTRUCTION START:                             11/98                CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                          12/99                CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                           OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):

CONSULTANTPROJECT                                      K E N GILBRETH - VTN-NEVADA
MANAGER:
                                                                                                                  ~           ~




    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
    Right of way acquisition.

    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

    Finalize the right-of-way acquisition.


I   WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
    Supplement the Interlocal Agreement for construction funding.

    PROJECT MANAGER:                     Curt Chandler, P.E.                              PHONE #:         565-2136
file: p:\wpinbox\agendas\project status c-2
                                                                                                                      Exhibit C-2
                                                                  -38-
                                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                               PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:    CITY OF HENDERSON                                                Date               December 23,1998
                                                                                Prepared:


    RFCD Project Number Design:                                 RFCD Project Number
                                                                Construction:

                                                                Review Period From:     12/01/98        To:    12/31/98
                       PIONEER DETENTION BASIN/OUTFALL
    PROJECT:

    DESCRIPTION:             Construction 12’X6’, 12’XS’ and 14’XS’

    RCB tram. Warm Springs Road north to Cornucopia Avenue.
                                                                            ~




    PERCENT                             Design: 90%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $5,000,000.00
    COMPLETE:
                                        Const: ?.”             8qA
                                                              m N C L CONTRACT                           $5,000,000.00

                                                     Design                       $            ROW             $
                                                       nstructio
                                                     Ranagemen?                   $            Constructio     $
                                                                                               n

1   SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         I   ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DESIGN:                                          12/98                DESIGN:

    BIDS OPEN:                                       02/99                BIDS OPEN:

    CONSTRUCTION START:                              04/99                CONSTRUCTION START:

    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                           12/99                CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

1   OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                        I   OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):

CONSULTANTlPROJECT                                      KEN GILBRETH - VTN-NEVADA
MANAGER:

    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
    NONE

    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

                                  Begin to make correction to 90% plans.

    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
                                                                    Finalizeplans.

    PROJECT MANAGER:                     Curt Chandler, P.E.                                PHONE #:       565-2136
file: p:\wpinbox\agendas\project status c-2
                                                                                                                    Exhibit C-2


                                                                    -39-
                                   REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                            Date Prepared:          12/28/98

    RFCD Project Number Design:             NLV.08.A.94            RFCD Project Number Construction:                NLV.08.B.97

                                                                   Review Period From:          12/01/98       To:       12/30/98
    PROJECT:           Lower Las Vegas Wash Detention Basin
                                                                                           ~~      ~           ~~                ~




    DESCRIPTION:          Design, ROW engineering/acquisition,and construction of the Lower Las Vegas Wash Detention
                          Basin.
    PERCENT COMPLETE:              Design: 100%             ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                         $11,160,000
                                   Const:        99%        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                        $11,160,000
                                             Design                             $550,000        ROW                  $2,050,000
                                             Construction Management            $560,000        Construction         $8.560 M


    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                               ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE



    BIDS OPEN:                                   09/97                      BIDS OPEN:
    CONSTRUCTION START:                          10/97                      CONSTRUCTION START:                          10/97
    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                       10198                      CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                       11/98
I OTHER (PROJECT CLOSURE):
I                 ~~        ~      ~
                                             1 12/98
                                             I
                                                                    I I OTHER(PROJECTCL0SURE):
                                                                    I   ,         ~~
                                                                                                                     I 12/98
                                                                                                                     I
                                                                                                                                     I
                                                                                                                                     I


    CONSULTANT/PROJECTMANAGER:                           VTN NevaddKen Gilbreth, P.E.


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
     0        None


    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTFI:

     a        Project punchlist remediation (currently dominated by landscape maintenance issues) was substantially
              completed.


    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

     e        On December 10, 1998, the Regional Transportation Commission authorized additional funding for
              Washburn Road pavement remediation fronting the detention basin site. This work is scheduled to be
              performed in January 1999.
     0        Final acceptance of the project is anticipated to be submitted to the City Council in February 1999.



    PROJECT MANAGER:                    Michael P. Cuddy                                 PHONE #:          399-1100

                                                          51212.rfc.w


                                                            -40-
                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                              Date Prepared:       12/23/98

RFCD Project Number Design:         NLV.09.A.94                  RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                 Review Period From:      12/01/98   To:        12/31/98
PROJECT:         Western Tributary of the Range Wash Channel
DESCRIPTION:         Design and ROW engineering/acquisition of the Range Wash Channel, from Confluence
                     Detention Basin to Craig Road, including the Vandenberg Detention Basin.
PERCENT COMPLETE:             Design: 65 %           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                         $

                              Const:    0%           INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT:                         $2,800,000
                                       Design                             $460,000       ROW                $2,100,000

                                       ConstructionManagement             $ pending      Construction       $ pending


SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                           ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

I DESIGN:           I 02/99 I I DESIGN:                                                                     I              I
I BIDS OPEN:        I N/A   I I BIDS OPEN:                                                                  I              I
                    I N/A
                      ~~




~COGRUCTION  START:         I CONSTRUCTION START:
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                 N/A
OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                          OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                     PBS&T/DonDavis. P.E.


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

 0        Additional geotechnical borings were completed for outflow pipeline alignment.
 0        Pothole investigations completed for 3 gas mains in Donovan Way.
 0        City of North Las Vegas reviewed 60% level plans and specifications.
          Progress meeting held to review comments on 60% plans and specifications.


 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

 0        PBS&J to address 60% comments.
 0        PBS&J to develop 90% level plans and specifications.
 0        PBSW to submit final geotechnical report.



PROJECT MANAGER:            Thomas Brady, P.E.                                    PHONE #:       633-1227
                                                     -41-
                                                1003 1.rfc.wpd
                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                       PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                         Date Prepared:           12/23/98
    RFCD Project Number Design:        NLV.06.A.91              RFCD Project Number Construction:             NLV.06.B93

                                                                Review Period From:          12/01/98   To:      12/31/98
    PROJECT:         Release Flow Outfall/Kyle Canyon Detention Basin & Diversion Dike
                                                                         ~   ~~~~   ~




    DESCRIPTION:         Design and ROW engineering/acquisitionfor a collection and outfall system to receive
                         flow from the Kyle Canyon Detention Basin and other overland flows.
    PERCENT COMPLETE:             Design: 50%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                      $1,588,000
                                 Const:    0%           INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT:                      $14,350,000
                                          Design                             $630,000       ROW               $ pending

                                          ConstructionManagement             $ pending       Construction     $ pending


    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

    DESIGN:                               TBD                         DESIGN:                                  TBD
    BIDS OPEN:                            N/A                         BIDS OPEN:
    CONSTRUCTION START:                   N/A                         CONSTRUCTION START:
    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                N/A                         CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I N/A
1
                                                                    I I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                        I
                                                                                                                            I


    CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                    TBD


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

              Scope of work to be performed by the City of North Las Vegas has been concluded. The City of Las
              Vegas to proceed with the project.
              This is the final project status report for this project.



    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

              Request final accounting report from CCRFCD.




    PROJECT MANAGER:            William Marshall, P.E.                                  PHONE #:    633-1245
                                                     -42-
                                                   10021A.rfc.wpd
                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                     PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                          Date Prepared:       12/28/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:         NLV. 10.A.97             RFCD Project Number Construction:          TBD
                                                              Review Period From:      12/01/98 To:        12/30/98
 PROJECT:         Las Vegas Wash Western Tributary ("A" Channel)
 DESCRIPTION:         Design of approximately 2 miles of channel lining and culvert improvements between
                      Alexander Road and Lake Mead Blvd. at Pecos Road.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:             Design: 20%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                       $12,300,000
                               Const:     0%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                      $900,000
                                        Design                          $590,980       ROW               $ N/A

                                        Construction Management $ pending              Construction      $ N/A


 SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                          ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

1 DESIGN:                               I 05/99                I    DESIGN:

I BIDS OPEN:                            I TBD                  I    BIDS OPEN:
 CONSTRUCTION START:                                                CONSTRUCTION START:


                                                                    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                      Black & Veatch/Dana Reel. P.E.


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
 0         None

 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

 0         Black & Veatch completed the A-Channel Technical Memorandum and Executive Summary. The
           Memorandum summarizes hydraulic considerations for design of the Las Vegas Wash.
 0         Black & Veatch submitted a formal Work Plan which will serve to outline a schedule for submittal and
           processing of remaining project work products.


 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  0        Submittal of Master Plan Amendment that recommends adoption of 8,500 cfs as the design flow for the
           reach of the Las Vegas Wash bounded by Cheyenne Boulevard and the Flamingo Wash Confluence.



 PROJECT MANAGER:                 Michael P. Cuddy                             PHONE #:       399-1100

                                                   5 1229.rfc.wpd


                                                       -43-
                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                    PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                        Date Prepared:        12/23/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:        NLV. 11.A.97            RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                            Review Period From:       12/01/98 To:       12/31/98
 PROJECT:         Western Tributary Las Vegas Wash, Phase 1, (Ann Road to Clayton Street); and Phase 3,
                  (Lower Las Vegas Detention Basin to Camino A1 Norte).
 DESCRIPTION:        Design and ROW engineering/acquisitionof approximately 2-1/3 miles of lined channel,
                     and three (3) box culverts at various street crossings.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: ioo%,ph.1      ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                                        90% ,Ph.3

                              Const:                 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT, DESIGN:                $2,200,000
                                       Design                          $345,000      ROW             $700,000
                                       ConstructionManagement                        Construction


                                                                  ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                Ph.1 Ph.3

 DESIGN:                                09/98       02/99        I DESIGN:                           I 10198        I
I BIDS OPEN:                           I NIA        N/A      I    BIDS OPEN:                            NIA

I CONSTRUCTION START:                  I N/A        N/A      I    CONSTRUCTION START:                   N/A
 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                 NIA         NIA           CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                N/A
I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                               I    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                    VTN NevadaIKen Gilbreth, P.E.




 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:


 e         VTN prepared 90% plans and specifications of channel improvements, Phase 3.



 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

           City of North Las Vegas to review 90% design submittal.




 PROJECT MANAGER:            William Marshall, P.E.                            PHONE #:      633-1245
                                                          -44-
                                          10028A and 10028B.rfc.wpd
                                     REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                                  PROJECT STATUS REPORT
     Entity:        City of North Las Vegas                                Date Prepared:       12/23/98
     RFCD Project Number Design:          NLV. 11.B.97                     RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                           Review Period From:      12/01/98 To:           12/31/98
     PROJECT:           Western Tributary Las Vegas Wash, Phase 2, (Ann Road to Centennial Parkway)
     DESCRIPTION:                                                   and
                            Design, ROW engineering/acquisition, construction of approximately 1-1/3 miles of
                            lined channel, and six (6) box culverts at various street crossings.
                                             ~         ~           ~~~~~                                   ~~       ~        ~~     ~~




     PERCENT COMPLETE:              Design: 95 %               ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                           $

                                    Const:        0%           INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT:                           $2,400,000
                                                 Design                             $281,000        ROW                 $ pending

                                                 ConstructionManagement             $ pending       Construction        $ pending


     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

     DESIGN:                                     02/99                        DESIGN:
     BIDS OPEN:
     CONSTRUCTION START:                                                      CONSTRUCTION START:
     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                      TBD                          CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
     OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                               OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):
     CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                           VTN Nevada/Ken Gilbreth, P.E.


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:


         a     VTN finalized 100% draft plans and specifications.

     ~          ~




     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

         a     City of North Las Vegas to review 100% design submittal.
         a     Obtain right-of-way.
         a     Investigate arch type culverts as alternative for conventional box culverts.

~~             ~~




     PROJECT MANAGER:              William Marshall, P.E.                                   PHONE #:            633-1245

                                                                  -45-
                                                           10029.rfc.wpd
                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                         PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                              Date Prepared:      12/23/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:         NLV. 12.A.97                 RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                  Review Period From:     12/01/98   To:        12/31/98
 PROJECT:         Clayton Street Channel
 DESCRIPTION:         Design and ROW engineering/acquisitionof lined channel along Simmons Street from
                      Centennial Parkway to the Western Tributary.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:             Design: 100%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                      $

                               Const:     0%          INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT:                      $200,000
                                        Design                             $40,000       ROW               $

                                        ConstructionManagement             $             Construction      $


 SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                            ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                               1
I DESIGN:                               I 07/98                   I   DESIGN:                                  07/98

I BIDS OPEN:                            I NIA                     I
 CONSTRUCTION START:                                                  CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                                                                                           I
                                                                      CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
 OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                           OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                           I
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                      VTN Nevadamen Gilbreth, P.E.


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:



 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

 e         Scope of work for this Interlocal Contract has been concluded.
 e         This is the final project status report for this project.



 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:




 PROJECT MANAGER:             William Marshall, P.E.                                 PHONE #:    633-1245
                                                          -46-
                                                  10026.rfc.wpd
                                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                               PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:            City of North Las Vegas                            Date Prepared:       12/29/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                   NLV. 13.A.98            RFCD Project Number Construction:          TBD
                                                                       Review Period From:      12/01/98 To:        12/30/98
 PROJECT:                     "A" Channel Craig Confluence
 DESCRIPTION:                    Design and construction of box culverts at street crossings and approximately 1-3/4
                                 miles of concrete-lined channel between Craig Road/North 5" Street and Martin Luther
                                 King Boulevard/Alexander Road.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:                       Design: 0%           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                     $4,247,000
                                         Const:     0%        INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                    $565,000
                                                  Design                         $267,000       ROW               $298,000
                                                  Construction Management $ pending             Construction      $ N/A


 SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                                   ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

I DESIGN:                                         I TBD                I I DESIGN:
                                                                        '                                         lTBD         I
I BIDS OPEN:  ~
                                                  I TBD                I I BIDSOPEN:                              lDD          I
 CONSTRUCTION START:                               TBD                      I CONSTRUCTION START:                 lTI3D        I
 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                            TBD                   I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE: I TBD                        I
WINE
 ~
  I.E., LOMR): 1 TBD
         ~~          ~~
                                                                       I I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I TBD                    1
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                               TBD


     DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
                  None


     WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

                  Twenty Six (26) Statements of Qualifications(SOQs) were received from consultant engineering firms
                  in response to public advertisements for the design of the project.
     0            A selection committee was formed and is currently reviewing the SOQs for the purpose of evaluation
                  and selection of the design consultant for the project.
                          ~       ___



     WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

                  Meeting with the selection committee to rank most qualified consultant engineering firms for oral
                  interview and/or submittal of technical, project-specific proposals.



 PROJECT MANAGER:                           Ali R. Zenhari                              PHONE #:       399-1100
                                                            51261.rfc.wpd
                                                                   -47-
                              REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                   PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity:     City of North Las Vegas                           Date Prepared:    12/23/98
RFCD Project Number Design:                                  RFCD Project Number Construction:       NLV. 11.C98

                                                             Review Period From:    12/01/98   To:        12/31/98
PROJECT:         Western Tributary Las Vegas Wash, Phase 1, (Ann Road to Clayton Street), the Clayton
                 Street Channel Confluence, and the Ann Road Channel Confluence.
DESCRIPTION:         Construction of approximately 3,500 1.f. of lined channel, and box culverts at various
                     street crossings.
PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: 100%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                  $8,328,044
                             Const: 0%               INTERLOCAL CONTRACT, CONST. :               $8,328,044
                                      Design                                        ROW
                                      ConstructionManagement $441,300               Construction     $7,501,200


SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

DESIGN:                                   09/98                   DESIGN:                                09/98
BIDS OPEN:                                11/98                   BIDS OPEN:                             11/98
CONSTRUCTION START:                       01/99                   CONSTRUCTION START:                    TBD
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                    11/99                   CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:             I
                                                                                                         TBD         I
                                                                                                                     I


OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):            I                       I I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                       I
CONSULTANT/PROJECTMANAGER:                        G. C. Wallace/Bruce Torrey


DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:


WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

0         Conditional Notice to Proceed issued to MK-Heavy Civil to commence shop drawing preparation and
          permit acquisition.
0         Preconstruction meeting held.
0         Notice to Proceed issued effective January 6 , 1999.


WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

0         MK-Heavy Civil to mobilize and start construction.




PROJECT MANAGER:            William Marshall, P.E.                             PHONE #:    633-1245
                                                           -4a-
                                            10026 and 10028A.rfc.wpd
                                                                           -.



                                        REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                                  P R O J E C T STATUS REPORT


     Entity:       CITY OF BOULDER CITY                        Date Prepared:       12/23/98

     RFCD Project Number Design: GBBC, 0062 &                  RFCD Project Number Construction: GBBC, 0062 15
                                              16
                                             04                                                              0146
                                                              Review Period From: 10/22/98 to 11/25/98
     PROJECT:            Buchanan Watershed Facilities

     DESCRIPTION:                Design and construction of box culverts, cross drain, asphalt, curb and
                                 gutter and related items.

     PERCENT C0MPLETE:Design: 100% ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT: $750,000
                      Const: 100% INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT: $448,900

                                 Design                  $26,600                ROW                            $0
                                 Construction Management $27,600                Construction         $749.932

         SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
    DESIGN:                             5/28/98               DESIGN:                                      5/28/98
    BIDS OPEN:                               7/2/98           BIDS OPEN:                                    7/2/98
    CONSTRUCTION STAHT:                      7/2/98           CONSTRUCTION STAFX:                           7/2/98
    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE               10/ 1/98              CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                       9/30/98
    OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):                                 OTHER [DEFINE LE.. LOMR):




    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:                          None.



   IlWORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:



    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
           Final payment has been made to contractor by Boulder City . Boulder City
           will submit invoice for reimbursement.
                                        ~~




    PROJECT MANAGER: Scott Hansen, P.E., City Engineer                          PHONE#:    (702)293-9200




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                                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT

        Entity:    CITY OF BOULDER CITY                         Date Prepared:       12/23/98

        RFCD Project Number Design: NRIN 002 1,                 RFCD Project Number Construction: NRIN 0032,
        0039. 0040. 0065. 0064. 0067. 0087                      0039, 0040, 0065, 0064,0067, 0087
                                                                Review Period From: 11/26/98 to: 12/25/98
        PROJECT:         North Railroad Watershed

        DESCRIPTION:             Design and construction of drainage channel.


        PERCENT C0MPLETE:Design: 0% ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:
                         Const: 0% INTERLOCAL CONTRACTAMOUNT: $80,000

                                 Design                  $80,000                 ROW              N/A
                                 Construction Management                         Construction

    I      SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE            I           I                ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
                                                                DESIGN:
                                                                BIDS OPEN:

                                                I           I
                                                                CONSTRUCTION STAF3:                              4
        CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE        I
                                     I
                                         6 /1 / 9I
                                               91           ICONSTRUCTION
                                                            I                  COMPLETE:     I
                                                                                             I
                                                                                                                 I
                                                                                                                 I

        OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                              OTHER (DEFINE I.E.. LOMR):

        CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER: RBF Nevada/Scott Hansen


        DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:                    None.



        WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
                   Project Design.


        WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
                   Preparing design report.

   I'



        PROJECT MANAGER: Scott Hansen, P.E., City Engineer                       PHONE#:         (702)293-9200




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                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                       PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:   U. S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                            Date
              COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                               Prepared:             12/31/98
    RFCD Project Number Design:                               RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                          Review Period From:      12/01/98 To:        12/31/98
    PROJECT:       Red Rock Detention Basin Expansion                        ~~




    DESCRIPTION:       Modifications to existing basin, including excavation of impoundment area, adding orifice
                       plate to outlet works, and adding supplemental reinforced concrete emergency spillway.
    PERCENT COMPLETE:           Design: 100%        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $7,096,570
                                Const: 100%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                                     Design                        $1,342,500     ROW             $

                                     Construction Management $671,300             Construction    $5,082,770


1   SCHEDULED COMPLETION
    DATE
    DESIGN:                                                     DESIGN:
    BIDS OPEN:                          05/02/95                BIDS OPEN:                            05/95   ~~~~




I CONSTRUCTION START:        I 05/95                      I     CONSTRUCTION START:                   06/95
I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE: I 12/96                          I     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                09/97
I OTHER (DEFINE I.E.. LOMR): I                            I I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                           I
    CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

    Corps will turn over dam to local sponsors when EAP and Safety Report is completed. The temporary fix to
    the headcutting was completed on July 24, 1998. The permanent fix may cost $1 million. Permanent fix will
    not commence until FY99. Will this cost impact future projects?


    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

    Last month, Sponsor received latest versions of the final EAP and SOP. Local sponsors are reviewing
    documents and providing comments to the Corps. Periodic inspections of the temporary f show no sign
                                                                                           x
    of additional headcutting at the Basin or the Charleston Road bridge.


    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

    Local Sponsors will complete review and Corps’ contractor will incorporate comments and finalize EAP
    reports. Corps will continue to monitor performance of temporary grade control remedy to determine if more
    expensive solution is required.

    PROJECT MANAGER:           STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                              PHONE #:       455-3 139
                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                       PROJECT STATUS REPORT

 Entity:    U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                           Date
            COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                             Prepared:           12/31/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                 RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                          Review Period From:      12/01/98 To:         12/31/98
 PROJECT:        Flamingo Diversion Channel
 DESCRIPTION:        Flamingo Diversion Channel: approximately 19,400 ft. of concrete lined channel, mostly
                     trapezoidal, running from the existing Flamingo Detention Basin to the proposed Tropicana
                     Detention Basin.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: 60%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $34.09 million
                              Const: 0%              INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                              Design                            $2’100,000        ROW              $6,000,000
                               Construction Management          $2,020,000        Construction     $23,970,000


I SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                               I I ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                               I
I DESIGN:                                 I 05/99          I I DESIGN:                              I              I
 BIDS OPEN:                                 09/99              BIDS OPEN:
 CONSTRUCTION START:                        10/99              CONSTRUCTION START:
 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                     08/01            I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE: I                            I
 OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):                                   I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                        I
 CONSULTANT/PROJECTMANAGER:                         U. S . Army Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
 There was discussionat the June PCT meeting about constructingroad crossings prior to the rest of the Channel
 in order to avoid conflict with future development. Corps to provide cost breakdown of bridge crossings and
 separate costs for betterments and relocations.
 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
 Corps is writing the draft Design Memorandum (DM), which will be completed in March 1999. Corps
 provided local sponsorswith estimates for the box culverts at the road crossings for review. These estimates
 do not include relocation costs. Corps will continue to figure a price for relocations. Local sponsors have
 completed the legal description for the lower portion of the Channel and are in the process of appraising these
 parcels. Local sponsors are continuingto write legal descriptions for the upper portion of the channel. Local
 sponsors and COE are investigating potential conflict with private development west of the Jones Boulevard
 crossing. This may result in a minor change in channel alignment. Clark County continued utility coordination
 for both reaches of the channel.
 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
 Local sponsors plan to resolve the alignment issue and complete legal descriptions for the upper portion of the
 channel. Local sponsors’ appraiser will begin to evaluate purchase price of parcels required for the lower
 portion of the channel. Local sponsors to continue utility coordination.

 PROJECT MANAGER:             STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                              PHONE #:         455-3139
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                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                    PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity:   U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                          Date
          COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                            Prepared:     12/3 1/98
RFCD Project Number Design:                             RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                        Review Period From:       12/01/98    To:      12/31/98
PROJECT:       Lower Blue Diamond Channel
DESCRIPTION:       Lower Blue Diamond Channel: Reach of the Blue Diamond Channel, approximately
                   3,350 ft. in length, downstream of the proposed Beltway to the proposed Tropicana
                   Detention Basin.
PERCENT COMPLETE:           Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $5.4 million
                            Const: 0%            INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                                    Design                        $300,000        ROW               $5 19,570
                                     Construction Management $350,000             Construction      $4.243.806




c
SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:
BIDS OPEN:
CONSTRUCTION START:
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
CONSULTANTIPROJECTMANAGER:
                                             09/97
                                             08/98
                                             09/98
                                             08/99
                                                            ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE


                                                            BIDS OPEN:
                                                            CONSTRUCTION START:




                                              U. S . Army Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm
                                                                                                      09/98
                                                                                                      11/98




DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
A possible change to add a dust suppressant for the BLM disposal site is pending.


WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

Contractor has completed channel excavation from the extreme downstream end of the channel to Decatur
Blvd. Excavation then skipped south to Station 25 and is continuingupstream toward the connectionwith the
Beltway Section 7A Channel. Rebar placement for the low flow channel began on December 14, 1998, along
with the forming of the invert constructionjoints. The first concrete placement for the channel invert occurred
on December 17, 1998. A partnering session was conducted on December 1. A groundbreakingceremony,
in conjunction with the Tropicana Outlet Channel, took place on December 17.

WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

Requests for proposals have been issued to the contractor to incorporate a revised wage determination and add
three doweled joints at existing structures. The Corps plans to negotiate and finalize these modifications.
Excavation, rebar placement and concrete placement for inverts will continue.


PROJECT MANAGER:            STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                                  PHONE #:        455-3139

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                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                     PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:   U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/
           CLARK COUNTY/ REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL                               Date
           DISTRICT                                                           Prepared :       23 9
                                                                                              1 1 11 8
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                    RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                Review Period From:   12/01/98 To:           12/31/98
 PROJECT:       TroDicana Detention Basin
 DESCRIPTION:       A 7 1 acre ft. detention basin with a 172 sq. mile drainage. The 100-year design flow is
                       1
                    6230 cfs with a discharge outflow rate of 508 cfs. The crest of the dam will serve as the
                    emergency spillway with a capacity of 19,000cfs.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:           Design: 100%               ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $15.1 million
                             Const: 99%                 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                                     Design                             $1,36O,OOO ROW                  $5,637,000
                                     Construction Management $350,000                 Construction      $7,764,865


I SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                     I I ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                            I
I DESIGN:
    ~~
                            I                      ~~
                                                                I DESIGN:
 BIDS OPEN:
 CONSTRUCTION START:                                                CONSTRUCTION START:                   1 1/96
I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                    I 05/98 I               CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                I                   I   OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                    U. S . Armv Corns of Engineers. Stuart Brehm


 DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

 Contract time growth is due to weather delays in February, the addition of chain link fence around the basin,
 final disposition of concrete rubble at the optional disposal site and the sponsor-requested changes to add
 standard unit depth gages as well as outlet fencing and grating.
 WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

 Corps negotiated the contractor’s proposals for change orders to construct additional wrought iron security
 fences and outlet gratings to keep the public out of open channels and intake structure and reconstruct water
 depth gages. The completion for this added work is projected for late December 1998.
 WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
 Corps will begin work on the change orders. Corps will monitor the progress of the final change orders.
 Work is exDected to commence on Januarv 6. 1999.
 PROJECT MANAGER:            STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                                        PHONE #:      455-3139


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                      REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                            PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity:   U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK Date
          COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT Prepared:                                 12/30/98
RFCD Project Number Design:                             RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                        Review Period From:       12/01/98    To:     12/31/98
PROJECT:       TroDicana Outfall Channel
DESCRIPTION:       Approximately 8,500 If of concrete lined channel, maximum capacity of 1,280 cs. With
                   an alignment from the Tropicana Detention Basin to 1-15 just south of Tropicana
                   Avenue.
PERCENT COMPLETE:           Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $7.2 million
                            Const: 0%            INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                                    Design                           $561,000    ROW                $1,249,300
                                    Construction Management $250,000             Construction       $5,134,900


SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                        ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
DESIGN:                                       07/98      ~
                                                                 DESIGN:                                   07/98
                                                         ~

                                                                 BIDSOPEN:                                 09/98
                                                             I                                                     I

CONSTRUCTION START:                           09/98      ~   I CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                             I
                                                                                                       I 11/98 I
                                                                                                       I     ~     I

CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                        10/99              CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                       OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                  U. S . Army Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm


DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
There are two constructionchange orders pending. The first change will lower the box height and replace a portion
of the 21" sewer line at the Industrial Road crossing. The second change raises the channel invert to clear two
existing water lines and shortens a portion of the north branch channel at the confluence. Both changes may effect
the early completion of this project.


WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
Contractor has excavated over 200 feet of channel and is following with rebar and concrete placement moving
upstream from Station 19+ 11 to 2 1 +50. Concrete placement began on December 15 and a second pour took place
on December 16. Contractor will use this completed section to erect a rolling traveler forming system so they can
place the walls and roofs on the RCB structure. A partnering session was conducted on December 1 in Las Vegas.
Local sponsors and the contractor conducted a groundbreaking ceremony for this project and the Lower Blue
Diamond Channel project on December 17.
WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:
Contractor notified property owners that they will have to vacate their TCEs.
PROJECT MANAGER:            STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                                 PHONE #:         455-3 139

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                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                       PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:   U.S.ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                                    Date
              COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                                     Prepared:        12131198
    RFCD Project Number Design:                                  RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                 Review Period From:          12/01/98 To:       12/31/98
    PROJECT:        Blue Diamond Detention Basin
    DESCRIPTION:        A 2,280 acre ft. detention basin with a total drainage area of 68 square miles. The 100-
                        year design flow id 13,800 cfs with a discharge outflow rate of 214 cfs. The emergency
                        spillway will have the capacity to handle 145,000 cfs.




    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                           ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
I DESIGN:
~                                              ~   ~~
                                                        I 04/99 I I DESIGN:
                                                             ~      ~                ~    ~
                                                                                                             I              I
    BIDS OPEN:                                           07/99          BIDS OPEN:
    CONSTRUCTION START:                                  08/99          CONSTRUCTION START:
I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                I 11/01 I       CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                            I       I       OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
    CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                          U.S . Army Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm

    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

    Approximate 15-month delay due to Federal budget reductions and expected difficulties in clearing mining
    claims on BLM lands within dam basin. Source of construction water is being investigated.


    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

    Clark County has obtained a right-of-way grant from BLM. Local sponsors have initiated condemnation on
    two parcels. Local sponsors will update appraisals. In the event sufficient appropriations are available and
    real estate certification is received, Corps will advertise the project during June 1999with a construction start
    date of August 1999. The Corps continued to work on 90% Plans and Specifications.


    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

    The Corps will complete Draft Plans and Specifications. Local sponsors to continue efforts to clear mining
    claims from detention basin site.



    PROJECT MANAGER:             STEPHEN ROBERTS. P. E.                                        PHONE #:      455-3 139
                                   REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        PROJECT STATUS REPORT
    Entity:   U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                             Date
              COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                               Prepared:   12/3 /98
                                                                                                   1
    RFCD Project Number Design:                               RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                              Review Period From:        12/01/98 To:       12/31/98
    PROJECT:       Lower Red Rock Complex
    DESCRIPTION:       Portions of three separate channels: Red Rock Channel, F-l/F-2   Channel, and F-4
                       Channel, that are located downstream (east) of the proposed Beltway and terminate in
                       the Flamingo Detention Basin. The total length of the three channels is 5,500 ft.
                       Included in the project are two channel confluences and bridges for Russell Road and
                       Durango Road. Design flows range from 5,400cfs to 9,600cfs.
    PERCENT COMPLETE:           Design: 90%            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                    $6.29million
                                Const: 0%              INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                   $ NA

                                        Design                            $525,000       ROW            $2,000,000
                                        Construction Management $265.000                 Construction   $3.500.000
                                                                                                ~~



I                                                             I   I                                                  I
    SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE
    DESIGN:                                      11/98                DESIGN:
I BIDS OPEN:                                  I 01/99
                                                  ~~
                                                              I       BIDS OPEN:
    CONSTRUCTION START:                         03/99                 CONSTRUCTION START:
    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                      02/00             I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE: I                         I
                                                                                                        I
I                                                                                                       I            I

    OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                                        OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):


    DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS: Restrictions in Federal budget and higher than anticipated construction
    costs for recently awarded work have caused an approximate 6 month delay in construction. Congressional
    addition helped plans to award the contract by December 1998;however, unresolved utility conflicts may push
    back the award date until March 1999.
    WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:
    Sponsors completed real estate acquisition and assembled and submitted right-of-way certification to the
    Corps for approval. Sponsors and Corps continue to work with Sprint, Nevada Power and Southwest Gas
    to resolve underground utility issues along channel alignment. Relocation of a Southwest Gas line is
    completed. Nevada Power is not expected to relocate power lines until early February 1999. Local
    sponsors decided to dispose of excess material for this project at the BLM disposal site at Durango and
    Peace.

    WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH: Sponsors and Corps will continue to work on plans
    and specifications to advertise the contract through the Small Business Administrationin a competitive bid on
    February 2, 1999.
    PROJECT MANAGER:           STEPHEN ROBERTS, P. E.                                   PHONE #:     455-3139



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                           REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity:   U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (COE)/CLARK                   Date
          COUNTY/REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                     Prepared:      12131198

RFCD Project Number Design:                       RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                               Review Period From:   12/01/98      To:     12/31/98
PROJECT:      Blue Diamond Channel - Beltway Section
DESCRIPTION:      Reach of concrete-lined channel along the south side of the Beltway from Durango Road to
                  Lindell Drive (approximately 18,500 feet in length.) Peak 100-year design flows range
                  from 2500 to 4600 cfs.
PERCENT COMPLETE:         Design: 100%         ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                14.8 million
                          Const:100% Ph I      INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:               $ NA

                            Design                           $1,600,000    ROW            $2,000,000



SCHEDULED COMPLETION                 Phase I   Phase I1 ACTUAL COMPLETION                  Phase I      Phase
DATE                                                    DATE                                            I1
DESIGN:                              07/97      8/98     DESIGN:                            12/97       8/98
BIDS OPEN:                           11/97      7/98     BIDS OPEN:                         12/97       8/9b
CONSTRUCTION START:                  11/97      9/98     CONSTRUCTION START:               2/98         11/98
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:               10198      12/99    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:             12/98
OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):                                OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):

CONSULTANTIPROJECT                    Design: Clark County Public Works, Harold Elliot; Construction:
MANAGER:                              Corps of Engineers, Stuart Brehm


DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
Defme Phase 1:Lindell to Rainbow (7A), Corps             Define Phase 11: Rainbow to Durango (7B), County


WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

Contractor (D. H . Blamer) completed work on Phase I (7A). Clark County Public Works awarded the Beltway
Section 7B to Meadow Valley Contractors. Notice to Proceed was issued on November 30.




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Project: Blue Diamond Channel - Beltway Section



WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

Construction of Section 7B to continue.



PROJECT MANAGER:            STEPHEN ROBERTS. P. E.   PHONE #:   455-3 139




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                                      REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                                  PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:        REGIONAL, FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                             Date Prepared:      12/31/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                         RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                     Review Period From:      12/01/98       To:       12/31/98
 PROJECT:             Pittman Wash Area Flood Insurance Studv
 DESCRIPTION:              Flood Insurance Rate Map preparation for the Pittman Wash Study Area north of Lake
 Mead Drive. east of Eastern Avenue. and umtream of the confluence with the Duck Creek.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:                    Design: NA              ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                     $132,000
                                      FIS: 95%                INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                    $ NA

                                                  Design                       $              ROW                  !
                                                                                                                   $

                                                  ConstructionManagement       $              Construction         $




                                                                       i
  SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                                ACTUAL COMPLETIONDATE

  DESIGN:                                                                  DESIGN:
 BIDS OPEN:                                                                BIDS OPEN:
  CONSTRUCTION START:                                                      CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                                           CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
                                                                       I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I                             I
  CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                              NIMBUS ENGINEERS


   DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

   No further delay since the completion of the aerial work for topographic mapping.

   WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH

   Additional data submitted.

   WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

   Wait for FEMA review.

  PROJECT MANAGER                    KEVIN L. EUBANKS. P. E.                                  PHONE #:       455-3139

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                                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                              PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:      Regional Flood Control District                   Date Prepared:   12/31/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                    RFCD Project Number Construction:      IS Range
                                                                Review Period From:   12/1/98    To:       12/31/98
 PROJECT:           Range Wash Flood Insurance Restudy
 DESCRIPTION:            A restudy of Flood Insurance Study for the Range Wash area to reflect physical changes
                         such as construction and operation of West Range Wash Diversion Dike, Range Wash
                         Confluence Detention Basin, Sloan Channel improvements and additional land
                         development improvements. The restudy will be submitted to FEMA with a request to
                         amend the Flood Insurance Rate Maps accordingly.
 PERCENT COMPLETE:                     Design: NA        ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                 $105,298
                                       FIS: 100%         INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                $ NA

                                             Design                      $            ROW              $

                                             Construction Management $                Construction     $


 SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                        I ACTUAL COMPLETIONDATE                             I
 DESIGN:                                                          I DESIGN:                            I              I
I BIDS OPEN:             I                                      I I BIDS OPEN:                         I              I
I CONSTRUCTION START: I                                         I I CONSTRUCTION START:                I              I
I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE: I                                      I I CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:             I              I
I OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR): I FIS - 8/98                        I I OTHER (DEFINE LE., LOMR):          I              I
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                          PBS & J, Bill Van Stone


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

  No further delay since a month delay in consultant contract execution and notice to proceed due to lack of
  quorum at the June 1995 Board meeting.


  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

  LOMR for the West Range Wash Diversion Dike was received on February 3, 1997. Final LOMR issued
  December 1998.
  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  Project completed.
 PROJECT MANAGER:                  KEVIN L. EUBANKS. P.E.                             PHONE #:      455-3 139

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                                    REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                         PROJECT STATUS REPORT
       Entity:   REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                           Date Prepared:         12/31/98
       RFCD Project Number Design:                               RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                 Review Period From:        12/1/98        To:       12/31/98
       PROJECT:          City of Mesquite Flood Insurance Restudy
       DESCRIPTION:         A restudy of Flood Insurance Study for the Abbott and Pulsipher Washes. The restudy
       will be submitted to FEMA with a request to amend the Flood Insurance Rate Maps accordingly.
       PERCENT COMPLETE:            Design: NA            ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                       $143,000
                                    FIS: 95%              INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                      $ NA
                                           Design                          $                ROW                  $

                                            Construction Management        $                Construction         $



       SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                      ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

       DESIGN:                                                        DESIGN:
       BIDS OPEN:                                                     BIDS OPEN:
       CONSTRUCTION START:                                            CONSTRUCTION START:
       CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                         CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:

~~~~
       OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
                     ~          ~     ~~
                                             FIS - 7/98
                                                 ~~          ~
                                                                      OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
                                                                      ~~        ~~




       CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                    G. C. Wallace, Noel Laughlin


       DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:


       WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

       Prepare final report.


       WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

       Submit to FEMA.



       PROJECT MANAGER              KEVIN L. EUBANKS, P. E.                                 PHONE #:       445-3139
 file: m:\public\wpinbox\MEQFISPSR.wpd




                                                        -62-
                                   REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                        PRaTECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:      REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                             Date Prepared:    12/31/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                       RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                   Review Period From:     12/01/98 To:          12/31/98
 PROJECT:           Rancho and US95 FIS
 DESCRIPTION:            Flood Insurance Rate Map Preparation for Rancho and US95 from AM Road to Gowan.


 PERCENT COMPLETE:                  Design: NA             ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                     $175,000
                                    FIS: 95%               INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                    $ NA
                                             Design                          $             ROW              $

                                             Construction Management         $             Construction     $




1 SCHEDULED COMPLETIONDATE                                              ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE

 DESIGN:                                                                DESIGN:
 BIDS OPEN:                                                            I BIDS OPEN:
 CONSTRUCTION START:                                                    CONSTRUCTION START:
 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                                 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I FIS - 10/98                             I OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR): I
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                          PBS & J


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

  No quorum for August 14, Board meeting.

  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

  Wait for FEMA review.
  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  Wait for FEMA review.



 PROJECT MANAGER                   KEVIN L. EUBANKS                                        PHONE #:       455-3139

file: m:\public\wpinbox\agendasUlancho95FIS.wpd




                                                          -63-
                                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                     PROJECT STATUS REPORT
 Entity:     REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT                          Date Prepared:     12/31/98
 RFCD Project Number Design:                                 RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                             Review Period From:        12/01/98      To:        12/31/98
 PROJECT:         Hydraulic Criteria and Drainage Design Manual Review
 DESCRIPTION:         Review and uDdate as necessarv.


 PERCENT COMPLETE:              Design: NA           ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                       $145,000
                                Manual: 95%          INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                      $ NA
                                         Design                         $              ROW                  $4

                                         Construction Management        $              Construction         $




 SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                         1 ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE                                 I
 DESIGN:                                                            DESIGN:
 BIDS OPEN:                                                         BIDS OPEN:
                                                                    CONSTRUCTION START:
                                                                    CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
                                          Manual - 10/98            OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):
 CONSULTANT/PROJECT MANAGER:                      Montgomery Watson, John Clark


  DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

  None.

  WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

  Committee review of draft.

  WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

  Prepare final draft and submit to TAC and Board.
  ~~                                                                                                              ~




 PROJECT MANAGER               KEVIN L. EUBANKS, P. E.                                 PHONE #:       455-3139
file: m:\public\wpinbox\agendas\HC&DDMRew.wpd




                                                     -64-
                                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                                    PROJECT STATUS REPORT
     Entity:            Regional Flood Control District              Date Prepared:   12/31/98
     RFCD Project Number Design:                                     RFCD Project Number Construction:
                                                                     Review Period From:   12/01/98 To:         12/31/98
     PROJECT:               Emergency Action Plan

     DESCRIPTION:               Prepare Emergency Action Plans for the five following detention basins: Angel Park,
                                North Las Vegas, Confluence, Equestrian and Carey/Lake Mead.
     PERCENT COMPLETE:                  Design: 99%          ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:                  $187,600
                                        Const: %             INTERLOCAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:                 $ NA

                                                    Design                    $            ROW             $

                                                    Construction Management $              Construction    $


     SCHEDULED COMPLETION DATE                                          ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE



     BIDS OPEN:                                                         BIDS OPEN:
I                                                                                                                          I


I CONSTRUCTION START:
I          ~~~~     ~
                                                I                    I I CONSTRUCTION START:                I              I
                                                                                                                           1

     CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:                                             CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE:
     OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):                     EAP Prep 05/98      OTHER (DEFINE I.E., LOMR):




      DELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:

      Waiting on input from entities on current hardware/software configurations.
      ~~        ~




      WORK COMPLETED DURING CURRENT MONTH:

      EAP has been printed and distributed.


      WORK TO BE COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

       Continue defining electronically formatted application requirements.



     PROJECT MANAGER:
           ~~                          TIMOTHY E. SUTKO                                    PHONE #:      455-3 139
    file: m:\public\wpinbox\agendas\emergepsr.wpd




                                                             -65-
12-24-98:    9:4iPbn;The    Merlca A g e n c y                                                        #    2/   2




                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                           PROJECT STATUS REPORT
Entity: R E W L O O D CONTROL DISTRICT                           r p r d-
                                                           Date Pe ae :&

                                   Review Period From:      November 25.1998      To:   December24.1998,
PROJECT:        i e l o o d Awareness and Safetv Proaram

DESCRIPTION:               Lmolement a flood awareness and safetyproaram to inform the w blic r   m
                              dangers of flooding.

PERCENT COMPLETE:                 99%      ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT:

SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETION: (Dates) 1
                                 Th       u
                                    a one v Deriod,
                frPm 2/2/9&

CONSULTANTlPROJECT MANAGER:                      The Merica 4gencvtJoe Merica


      IELAYS OR PROBLEM AREAS:
            No delays or problem areas.




      NORK COMPLETED WRING CURRENT MONTH:
       .Ciient informed Agency o revisions to brochure.
                                f
       *Agencyrevised brochure and submitted to Client for review/approval.
       *Client requested Agency submit 1999 advertising plan/proposal.
       *Agency submitted 1999 advertising plan/propsal to client for review/approval.
       Client requested Agency attend 12/28 CAC meeting and present 1998 advertising campaign recap
       and 1999 advertising campaign proposaI.


      NORKTO E€ COMPLETED DURING NEXT MONTH:

        Client to provide agency with final revisions/additions to brochure.
        'Agency to make final revisions t brochure and submit to client for printing.
                                         o
        .Agency to finalize 1999 advertising plan and submit to cIient for approval.




PROJECT MANAGER:                &
                               & Fraser                            Phone #:     455-3139



                                                         -66-
                     SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND INTERVIEWS
                                DECEMBER 1998

On December 21, the District provided flash flood brochures as a result of advertising in Welcome
Home Magazine. Three citizens requested additional information and it was mailed to addresses in
Las Vegas.

District staff mailed or delivered 103 brochures to area lenders, realtors and insurance agents.




                                                 -67-
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTIUCT

                            AGENDA ITEM

SUBJECT:

FINANCIAL REPORTS - NOVEMBER 1998



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                   Accept the reports.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Accept the reports.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Accept the reports.




                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #07




                                                         L
                                 CLARK COUNTY
                        REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                  AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 FINANCIAL REPORTS - NOVEMBER 1998
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGENCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE BOARD ACCEPT THE REPORTS

FISCAL IMPACT: None.

BACKGROUND: The following Preliminary Financial Reports for the month of November 1998,
are submitted for your review:

  Section      DescriDtion                                                              Page(s)
A - Fund 286   Fund Balance Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 1
               Sales Tax Revenue Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
               ILA Approved - Not yet transferred . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
               Monthly Expenditure Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
B - Fund 330   Fund Balance Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
C - Fund 443   Fund Balance Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
               ILA Approved . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
               Monthly Expenditure Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
               Current Project Expense Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-33
               Maintenance Work Plan Status Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35
               Maintenance Work Program Monthly Expenses . . . . . . . . . . 36
               CIP - Cumulative Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-39
               FY98/99 Project List - Funding Request Summary . . . . . . 40-41
               Funding Requests Report (FY98/99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
D - Fund 444   Fund Balance Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 43
               Monthly Expenditure Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
               Current Project Expense Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 45-50
               CIP - Cumulative Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1-52




                                                             TAC AGENDA                 RFCD AGENDA
                                                             ITEM # 04                  ITEM # 07
                                                             Date: 12/17/98             Datenl    11 4 / 9 9
         -
FUND 286 FUND BALANCE REPORT
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
NOVEMBER 1998

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE
         Unused Tax Revenues                                                            14,226,902.83
                                                      TOTAL BALANCE                                        14,226,902.83
REVENUES:
        Sales Tax                                                                               0.00
        Period 13 Accrual Reversals                                                             0.00
        Interest Earnings                                                                  41,696.11
        Sale of Materials                                                                       0.00
        Period 13 Adustment to Prior Period Balance                                             0.00
                                                      TOTAL REVENUES                                          41,696.1 1
EXPENSES:
         Salaries 8 Benefits                                                                (87,329.58)
        Supplies 8 Services                                                                (31,78152)
         Professional Services                                                              (93,167.62)
         Capital Expenditures                                                             (240,166.82)
         Prior Period Accrual/Adjustment                                                  (448,900.00)
        Transferred to Fund 330                                                         (3,325187.18)
        Transfer to/from Fund 443                                                       (3,057,769.00)
                                                      TOTAL EXPENSES                                       (7,284,301.72)

ENDING CASH BALANCE (FUND 286)

OBLIGATIONS AGAINST FUND BALANCE:
         P.O. Balances - Prof. Services and Operating Costs                            (2,718,617.68)
         286 Contracts Awarded - funds not yet encumbered                                        0.00
         Corps of Engineers Project                                                      (478,000.00)
         COE 12/98 Escrow Request                                                      (1,722,000.00)
         Funds not yet transferred to Fund 330 - 1991 Bonds                              (666,000.83)
         Funds not yet transferred to Fund 330 - 1998 Bonds                              (996,592.76)
         Funds not yet transferred to Fund 443                                           (325,000.00)
         Accounts Payable                                                                  (65,627.17)
         Sales Tax - November                                                            4,001,299.05
                                                           TOTAL FUND OBLIGATIONS                        (2,970,539.39)
                                                           FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR COMMITMENT               ,13778
                                                                                                       40'15.3
                                                                                                          __________--__
                                                                                                          __________-___

                                                                                          FISCAL
CURRENT FUNDING REQUESTS                                                                 IMPACT

MWP-99                MWP City of North Las Vegas-Second ATP                            (509,759.00)

                                                      TOTAL REQUESTS FOR FUNDS
                                                      TOTAL RESERVE FOR CIP




                                                         -1-
                               SALES TAX REVENUE REPORT
                            REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                   FISCAL YEAR 1998/1999
                                         CASH BASIS




                                                           DIFFERENCE
MONTH SALES        1/4 CENT SALES        SALES TAX        OVER/(UNDER)         REVENUE YTD
TAX RECEIVED       TAX ESTIMATE          REVENUES        FROM ESTIMATE           FY 98/99
               -                     -                   -                 -
JULY                 3,533,930.44        3,755,534.78        221,604.34           3,755,534.78

AUGUST               3,8 12,444.34       3,950,817.50        138,373.16           7,706,352.28

SEPTEMBER            3,661,772.88        3,694,280.65         32,507.77          11,400,632.93

OCTOBER              3,771,352.12        3,704,454.75        (66,897.37)         15,105,087.68

NOVEMBER             3,844,404.95        4,001,299.05        156,894.10          19,106,386.73

DECEMBER             3,529,364.64                                  0.00                   0.00

JANUARY              4,013,339.61                                  0.00                   0.00

FEBRUARY             4,497,314.58                                  0.00                   0.00

MARCH                3,456,311.81                                  0.00                   0.00

APRIL                3,552,193.64                                  0.00                   0.00

MAY                  4,164,011.06                                  0.00                   0.00

JUNE                 3,821,575.94                                  0.00                   0.00

               -                     -                   -                 -

  TOTAL:            45,658,016.00        19,106,386.73       482,482.00          19,106,386.73




                                              -2 -
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS APPROVED
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
FUND 286 - NOVEMBER 1998


     PROJECT   AGENDA RFCD BOARD                            SCOPE                                         FISCAL
     NUMBER      ITEM APPRVL DATE                                                                         IMPACT
--             ----         ~                        -----I-
                                                           I_----                       -           --         ---
ILA'S APPROVED-FUNDS TRANSFERREDIRETURNED


MWP-99                 7         10/8/98 MWP Clark County - ATP                                           (648,600.00)
LAS16A98              12                                                 -
                                 10/8/98 Ann Road - Allen Ln. to Rancho Design                            (950,000.00)
BOUO5A98              13         10/8/98 North Railroad Watershed - Design                                 (15,000.00)
NLV08A94              15         10/8/98 Lower Las Vegas Wash DB - Design                                  (50,000.00)
NLVI 3A98             16         10/8/98 Tributary t o W Trib at Craig Road - Design                      (565,000.00)
CLA12B98              21b        10/8/98 DI DB-DI Latrl Drain at Montessouri St   - Con                    (43,197.00)
MWP-99                 6        11/12/98 MWP City of Henderson - ATP                                      (223,972.00)
MWP-99                 7        11/12/98 MWP City of Las Vegas   - First Supplemental                     (262,000.00)
HEN08A96              10        11/12/98 Railroad East Detention Basin                                    (300,000.00)

                                         TRANSFERS TOlFROM FUND 443                         TOTAL        /3,057,769.001



ILA'S APPROVED-FUNDS NOT YET TRANSFERREDlRETURNED

HEN04F97               5        12/10/98 Black Mountain Detention Basin-Design                           (1 00,000.00)
BOU05A98               6        12/10/98 North Railroad Watershed-Design                                   (65,000.00)
LASl5A95               7        12110198 Oakey Storm Drain/l-15 t o Decatur Blvd-Design                   1 00 00 1
                                                                                                         ( 6 . 0 . 0


                                                                                            TOTAL         /325,000.00)

FUND 286 CONTRACTS AWARDED AND NOT YET ENCUMBEREDIEXPENDED
                                                                                                                     0.00

                                                                                            TOTAL                    -
                                                                                                                     0.00




                                                    -3-
Schedule of Monthly Expenditures
Fund 286

November

                                            Expense
Vendor                                      Number    Amount
ASCE American Society of Civil Eng.          7310         35.00
ASCE American Society of Civil Eng.          7310         35.00
Allen Photographics                          7280         17.00
Allen Photographics                          7280         34.00
Allen Photographics                          7280         17.00
Alltel                                       7140        133.26
Alltel                                       7140        135.98
American Express                             7270        170.00
American Society of Civil Engineers          7310        165.00
American Society of Civil Engineers          7310       257.00
Assn of State FloodplainManagers             7310         50.00
Assn of State FloodplainManagers             7310         50.00
Automotive/CC Treasurer                      7110        318.20
Avis                                         7270       283.70
Avis                                         7270       268.15
Avis                                         7270         68.98
Avnet Computer                               7010        342.16
Benefits-November                            6000     21,126.42
CC Information Services                      7130        286.11
CC Treasurer/ Mail Services                  7250        272.00
CC TreasurerICentralDuplicating              7280      1,316.40
CC TreasurerKentral Duplicating              7280         24.00
CC TreasurerICentral Duplicating             7280        259.60
CC Treasurer/lnformationServices              1
                                             7 30        285.22
CDW Computer Centers Inc.                    8040      1,083.58
CDW Government, Inc.                         8040      1,221.64
Central Duplicating--CCTreasurer             7280      1,635.93
Central Telephone-NV                         7140        789.91
Dartek Computer Supply                       8040         42.99
Dartek Computer Supply                       8040         16.95
Dartek Computer Supply                       8040        152.67
Dartek Computer Supply Corp.                 7060        937.13
Federal Express                              7250         18.25
Federal Express                              7250         19.50
Federal Express                              7250         17.50
Federal Express                              7250         17.25
Federal Express Corp                         7250         17.25
Fleet Delivery Service                       7250         33.50
Fleet Delivery Service                       7250         20.00
Gale W. Fraser I1                            7270        170.00
Gale W. Fraser II                            7270         77.81
Gale W. Fraser II                            7270         34.72
Gale W. Fraser II                            7270          6.00
Goodmans, Inc.                               8040         24.50
Hobbs, Ong & Associates                      7210      3,000.00
Hobbs, Ong & Associates Inc.                 7210      3,000.00
Hobbs, Ong & Associates, Inc.                7210      3,000.00
IABCILas Vegas                               7210         55.00
IABClLas Vegas                               7210         35.00
IABClLas Vegas                               7210         35.00
IABClLas Vegas                               7210         35.00
Invest Expense                               7210        298.29
Landiscor                                    7310            I
                                                         480. 5
Las Vegas Review JournallSun                 7280        297.90

12110198                              -4-
                                        Expense
Vendor                                  Number     Amount
Las Vegas Review JournallSun             7280         297.90
Learning Tree International              7265         597.00
Learning Tree International              7265         597.00
Learning Tree International              7265         597.00
Learning Tree International              7265         597.00
Learning Tree International              7265         597.00
Learning Tree International              7265         750.00
Lighthouse Publications, Inc.            7310          46.50
Lighthouse Publications, Inc.            7310          50.50
Mail Services-CC Treasurer               7250         325.87
Mercury Blueprint Supply                 7280          14.99
Montgomery Watson                        7210      13,224.1 6
NPM-Nevada Photo Merchandising           7280          13.91
National Flood Insurance Program         7210       4,300.00
National Society of Prof Engineers       7310         128.50
National Society of Prof. Engineers      7310         128.50
Natl Assn Flood 8 Stormwater Mgmt        7310       3,000.00
Natl Assn Flood 8 Stonwater Mgmt         7212       1,000.00
Office Depot                             7010         225.24
office Depot                             7010          88.48
Office Depot                             7010           8.05
office Depot                             7010          85.47
Office Depot                             7010          18.74
Office Depot                             7010           2.38
Office Depot                             7010           3.47
PC World                                 7310          19.97
Post, Buckley, Schuh 8 Jernigan          7210      18,452.60
Public Storage, Inc.                     7120         169.00
Public Storage, Inc.                     7120          89.00
Public Storage, Inc.                     7120          99.00
RFCD-lmprest Account                     7010           2.58
RFCD-lmprest Account                     7010           5.16
RFCD-lmprest Account                     7010          13.47
RFCD-lrnprestAccount                     7010          19.74
RFCD-lmprest Account                     7010          58.84
RFCD-lmprest Account                     7010          50.00
RFCd-lmprest Account                     7010          13.43
Regional Transportation Commission       8020      17,428.12
Regional Transportation Commission       8020     220.433.48
Salaries-November                        5000      66,203.16
Shoshona South lnc.                      7210       2,419.00
Sprint-NationalAccounts                  7140          14.97
Sprint-NationalAccounts                  7140          15.11
Standard Parking Garage                  7120       1,080.00
Standard Parking Garage                  7120         120.00
Star Transit, LLC                        7270         348.40
Stephen C. Roberts                       7270         170.00
Stephen C. Roberts                       7270           8.00
Teachers Ins 8 Annuity Assn of Arne      7120       6,740.25
Teachers Ins 8 Annuity Assn of Arne      7120         121.88
Teachers Ins. & Annuity Assn of Arne     7120       1,853.25
Teachers Ins. 8 Annuity Assn of Arne     7120          11.47
The Corps Report                         7310         353.00
The Gresh Group                          7210       3,000.00
The Gresh Group                          7210       9,800.00
The Gresh Group, Inc.                    7210       3,000.00
The Learning Center                      7265         150.00
The Learning Center                      7265          75.00
The Learning Center                      7265          75.00

                                       -5-
1ZlOl98
                             Expense
Vendor                       Number          Amourlt
The Merica Agency             7210            9,100.00
The Merica Agency             7210            5,000.00
The Merica Agency             7210            6,360.00
Tim Sutko                     7060              249.99
VTN Nevada                    7210            6,005.57
Will & Carlson, Inc.          721 0           3,048.00
Windows NT Magazine           7310               39.95
Xerox Corp                    7240              248.75
Xerox Corporation             7240              250.64
Xerox Corporation             7010              255.00
Xerox Corporation             7240              253.50

                                       $   452,445.54




                       -6-
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
FUND 330 - FUND BALANCE REPORT
NOVEMBER 1998




BEGINNING CASH BALANCE                                     7,043,860.83

REVENUES:
    INTEREST INCOME                          28,010.30
    TRANSFERS IN                          3,325187.1a
    ACCRUED INTEREST
    PROCEEDS FROM BONDS & LOANS

                                                           3,353,197.48
EXPENSES/ACCRUALS:
    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                    (55,690.67)
    DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT                  (6,380,265.00)
    PRIOR PERIODACCRUAUADJUSTMENT                  0.00
    REVENUES (CREDIT)                              0.00
                                          I---
                                             _----I--




                                                           (6,435,955.67)

ENDING FUND 330 CASH BALANCE




                                    -7-
       REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
       FUND 443 - FUND BALANCE REPORT
       NOVEMBER 1998

       BEGINNING CASH BALANCE:
           CASH CUSTODY OF TREASURER                          $68,354,189.18
           ESCROW CASH BALANCE                                  1,160,372.85

            TOTAL BEGINNING CASH                                                        $69,5 14,562.03

       REVENUES:
           FUND 286/ILA’s TRANSFER IN/OUT                         $3,057,769.00
           FUND 286nRANSFER IN - ESCROW                                   $0.00
            ESCROW INTEREST                                            2,231.30
            INTEREST EARNINGS                                        280,711.55
            OTHER                                                            0.00

            TOTAL MONTHLY REVENUES                                                        3,340,711.85




       EXPENSES:
           9999 - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                     ($2,432,599.80)
           9999 - ESCROW ACCOUNT DRAW                                      $0.00
           3550 - PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                               ($2,008.19)
           3560 - MAINTENANCE WORK PROGRAM                           ($23,893.21)
                 -
           9990 Transfer of Interest Earnings to Fund 286                  $0.00
           Prior Period Accrual/Adjustment                          $448,900.00
           DUE TO OTHER FUNDS                                             $0.00

            TOTAL MONTHLY EXPENSES                                                        (2,009,601.20)

       ENDING CASH BALANCE:
           CASH CUSTODY OF TREASURER                          $69,683,068.53
           ESCROW CASH BALANCE                                  1,162,6O4.15

            TOTAL ENDING CASH BALANCE (FUND 443)                                        $70,845,672.68
                                                                                      ---------------



       COMMITTED IMPACTS TO FUND BALANCE:
          ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                   ( I ,072,479.95)
          ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - MAINTENANCE WORK PGM.                    (263,321.95)
            ESCROW ACCOUNT OBLIGATION                              (1,039,000.00)
            UNREALIZED INTEREST                                       (121,372.85)

                  TOTAL COMMITMENTS                                                       (2,496,174.75)




       FUND BALANCE (FUND 443)

12110198
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                                                            -3-
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS APPROVED
REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
FUND 443 - NOVEMBER 1998



  PROJECT   AGENDA RFCD BOARD                                 SCOPE                         FISCAL
  NUMBER      ITEM APPRVL DATE                                                              IMPACT
            -I----    --                        -----
ILA'S APPROVED-FUNDS TRANSFERREDIRETURNED
MWP-99            7         10/8/98 MWP Clark County - ATP                                   648,600.00
LAS16A98         12                                                   -
                            1018198 Ann Road - Allen Ln. to Rancho Design                    950,000.00
BOU05A98         13         10/8/98 North Railroad Watershed - Design                         15,000.00
N LV08A94        15         10/8/98 Lower Las Vegas Wash DB - Design                          50,000.00
NLVI 3A98        16         10/8/98 Tributary to W Trib a t Craig Road - Design              565,000.00
CLA12B98        21b         10/8/98 DI DB-DI Latrl Drain a t Montessouri St - Con             43,197.00
MWP-99            6        11/12/98 MWP City of Henderson ATP    -                           223,972.00
MWP-99            7        11/12/98 MWP City of Las Vegas - First Supplemental               262,000.00
HEN08A96         10        11/12/98 Railroad East Detention Basin                            300,000.00

                                    TRANSFERS TOlFROM FUND 286                      TOTAL   3,057,769.00




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Monthly Expenses
Fund 443
                PO                                     Invoice       Invoice
Project        Number     Vendor                       Number          Date         Amoui
BUN01B98     11831001     American Asphalt            414698-2      10116/98       504,856.33
BUN01898     118310 01    American Asphalt 8 Grad.    414698-3      11I13/98       870,919.81
Inv Exp      Inv Exp      CC Treasurer                99 05         11/09/98         2,008.19
COEGI 94     781 16 02    CC TreasurerIPublicWorks    68513         09/23/98            520.00
HEN07A96     99449 02     City of Henderson           047917        09117/98        12,543.47
LASl OD95    80127 02     City of Las Vegas           22156         07/31198          1,630.80
LASl OD95    80127 03     City of Las Vegas           22156         07/31/98        20,314.41
LAS10D95     80127 04     City of Las Vegas           22156         07/31/98        13,604.22
NLV06B93     55271 005    City of NLV                 AR610-241     09/28/98            638.79
NLV09A94     74113 001    City of NLV                 AR610-240     09/28/98            314.75
NLVI 1A97    109488 01    City of NLV                 AR610-217     09/28/98         7,442.00
NLVl1B97     109489 01    City of NLV                 AR610-218     09/28/98            860.32
NLV12A97     112404 01    City of NLV                 AR610-216     09/28/98            100.17
NLV08B97     109211 02    City of North Las Vegas     AR610-226     10/23/98        28,093.44
NLV06B93     55271 06     City of North Las Vegas     AR610-244     11/02/98          1,724.34
NLVO8B97     109211 02    City of North Las Vegas     AR610-224     09117/98          2,700.00
NLVllA97     none         Clerk of 8th Judicial Ct    FW18C-98-CB   11/09/98        32,000.00
CLA14A97     none         First American Title Co.    LV843204      10127198            500.00
CLA14A97     none         First American Title Co.    LV843205      10/23/98            500.00
CIA14A97     none         First American Title Co.    LV843207      10/23/98            500.00
COEG294      none         GC Wallace Inc.             8339          10106198        22,956.83
LAU03A96     none         Goeppner & Associates       98032         1012 1198         2,500.00
BUN01B98     124242 01    Guy Doty Surveying          98081SS2      10/14/98          1,610.00
BUN01B98     124242 01    Guy Doty Surveying          98081.SS      08110198            180.00
 BUN01B98    124242 01    Guy Doty Surveying          98081. I      08110198          9,842 .OO
COEG294      99639 01     L.D.O. Limited              R40594        10119/98             17.50
LAU03A96     none         L.D.O. Limited Inc          R38643        09/04/98             74.88
 HEN04198     112245 02   Lake Las Vegas              2             08/31198       332,600.00
 HEN04198     112245 02   Lake Las Vegas              1             08/31198        86,400.00
 NLVI lA97    116151 01   Land Title of Nv, Inc.      185341-KEJ    09118/98            430.00
 CLAl3B98     120523 01   Las Vegas Paving            416398-1      10110198       178,165.80
 HEN06B95     114173 01   Las Vegas Paving Cop.       3             08113/98        19,589.00
 CLAl OA97    none        Louis Berger 8 Associates   7             10121198            740.18
 COEG294      113245 02   Lubaway 8 Associates        98-206        08/28/98            300.00
 COEG294     none         Michael K. Mansfield Atty   104           09/01/98          1,973.87
 HEN07A96     none        Montgomery Watson           155122        09/25/98        28,700.00
 HEN07A96     none        Montgomery Watson           157919        10/29/98        25,900.00
 CLAl3A97     108618 02   PBS 8 J                     22810         10115/98        44,324.49
 NLV09A94     111232 01   PBS 8 J                     22543          10115/98       19,350.85
 NLV09A94     11123201    PBS 8 J                     22813         10121198          1,136.73
 COEG294      121286 01   Sverdrup Civil Inc          17            10/08/98        12,509.1 3
 COEG294      121286 01   Sverdrup Civil Inc           16            10102l98       17,257.55
 NLV11A97     109486 01   VTN Nevada                   11           09115/98        12,062.50
 NLVllA97     109486 01   VTN Nevada                   12            10114/98       12,347.47
 NLVI 1897    110562 01   VTN Nevada                   11           09115/98         16,014.47
 NLV08B97     109210 02   VTN Nevada                   13           09/08/98        48,679.60
 NLV08B97     109211 02   VTN Nevada                   12           08110198        43,135.02
              none        VTN Nevada                                 11/06/98        -5,960.92
                                                                                $2,434,607.99




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12110198
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                           12/10/98

Fund 443
Boulder City

BOU03B98            Buchanan Watershed Facilities                                  Expiration Date       01/01/00
lnterlocal Amount                                          448,900
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign                Design        Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
                0                    0             26,600              394,700                 27,600               0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                          0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                     0.00
                                Total Remaining                           448,900.00

BOU04A96            West Airport Watershed                                         Expiration Date       07/01/98
Interlocal Amount                                           149,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign                Design        Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
           1,000                     0            148,000                      0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                                         Design                           128,138.69
                          Total Spent on Project                          128,138.69
                                Total Remaining                            20,861.31

BOU04B97            West Airport Watershed Construction                            Expiration Date       03/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                      1,830,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign                Design        Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
                0                    0                 0              1,660,000               170,000               0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                                   Con. Eng.                               31,505.35
                                   Construction                           668,029.53
                          Total Spent on Project                          699,534.88
                                Total Remaining                         1,I
                                                                          30,465.12




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                       12110198
BOU05A98            North Railroad Watershed                                    Expiration Date       01/01/00
Interlocal Amount                                       80,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0         80,000                       0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                 0.00
                                Total Remaining                        80,000.00




Clark County

BUNOlA90            Bunkerville Channel Windmill Wash                           Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                      819,384
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

          17,147                     0      565,685                         0                     0      236,551

  Amount Spent by Category         Design                            515,373.78
                                   Design Eng                         22,4 12.2 1
                                   Other                             219,084.00
                                   ROW                                13,477.73
                          Total Spent on Project                     770,347.72
                                Total Remaining                        49,036.28




                                                -12-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                      12/10/98
BUN01B98            Bunkerville Flood Control Improvements/Cons               Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                   6,5 54,OO0
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign             Design        Construction               Con. Eng.        Other

                0                    0               0           5,974,000              580,000                0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                                   Construction                    1,765,644.98
                                   Construction                       72,282.28
                                   Construction                       51,000.00
                          Total Spent on Project                   1,888,927.26
                                  Total Remaining                  4,665 ,072.74


CLA03D91            Van Buskirk System                                        Expiration Date       03/01/93
Interlocal Amount                                     850,000
Inte rlocaI Funding AI location
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
          30,000                     0      820,000                       0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category         DENG                                9,845.5 1
                                   Design                            764,111.06
                                   ROW                                15,600.08
                          Total Spent on Project                     789,556.65
                                  Total Remaining                     60,443.35


CLA08A92        Lower Duck Creek Detention Basin                              Expiration Date       07/01/99
InterlocaI Amount                            950,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign      Design      Construction                        Con. Eng.       Other
                0           300,000         650,000                       0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Design                            163,387.99
                                   Design Eng.                       145,508.53
                                   Predesign                         184,826.17
                          Total Spent on Project                     493,722-69
                                  Total Remaining                   456,277.31




                                                    -13-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                         12/10/98
CLA09A97           Durango Collector                                             Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                        388,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design        Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
          15,000                     0          373,000                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                   0.00
                                   Design                              178,994.64
                          Total Spent on Project                       178,994.64
                                Total Remaining                       209,005.36


CLAl OA97          Tropicana WashIParadise-Koval                                 Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                        240,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign               Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

          10,000                     0         230,000                       0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                   0.00
                                   Design                                7,379.02
                                   Design Eng.                           6,752.57
                          Total Spent on Project                        14,1315 9
                                Total Remaining                       225,868.41


CLA12A97           Desert Inn Detention Basin & Collection Sys                   Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                        270,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign             Design         Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
          10,000                     0         260,000                       0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category               Design                       107,489.53
                                         Design Eng                    88,539.43
                          Total Spent on Project                       196,028.96
                                Total Remaining                         73,971.04




                                                      -14-
                                       Current Project Expense Summary
                                                           12/10/98
CLA12B98             Desert Inn Detention Basin & Collection Sy                      Expiration Date       07/01/00
lnterlocal Amount                                             43,197
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way              Predesign              Design          Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                 0                     0                  0              43,197                        0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                            Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                  Total Remaining                           43,197.00


CLAl3A97             Lakes Det Basin/Collection Sys/Outfall                          Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                          450,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign                  Design          Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
                 0                     0          450,000                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                                     Construction                         -126,876.20
                                     Design                                 87,715.49
                                     Design Eng.                            44,345.46
                            Total Spent on Project                           5,184.75
                                  Total Remaining                          444,815.25


CLA13B98             Lakes Det Basin/Coll Sys/Outfall Phase I                        Expiration Date       07/01/99
lnterlocal Amount                                         1,120,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way             Predesign              Design          Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
                 0                     0                  0            1,000,000               120,000                0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                                           Construction                    178,165.80
                            Total Spent on Project                         178,165.80
                                  Total Remaining                          941,834.20




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12/10/98
CLA14A97            Duck CreeWBoulder Hwy-Stephanie                           Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                    400,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other

        360,000                      0      40,000                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                0.00
                                   Design                            38,293.68
                                   ROW                               10,548.57
                          Total Spent on Project                     48,842.25
                                Total Remaining                    351,157.75

CLAl6A98            Up Duck (DK), DK,Lwr BD & Bird SP DB's
                                Ctrl                                          Expiration Date       07/01/03
Interlocal Amount                                    200,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
                0           200,000                0                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                0.00
                                Total Remaining                    200,000.00

COEGl94             Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Project                     Expiration Date       07/01/97
Interlocal Amount                                      100,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
                0                    0             0                      0                     0      100,000

  Amount Spent by Category         OTHER                                520.00
                                   Other                             16,650.06
                                   ROW                               64,392.52
                          Total Spent on Project                     81,562.58
                                Total Remaining                      18,437.42




                                                       -16-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110198
COEG294            Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Flood Control                      Expiration Date       1O/02/01
Interlocal Amount                              16,500,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design               Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
      16,500,000                     0             0                            0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Const ruction                         291,196.33
                                   Design                                 47,054.4 3
                                   Design Eng                               3,772.57
                                   ROW                                 8.4 14.964.84
                          Total Spent on Project                        8,756,988.17
                                Total Remaining                        7,743,011.83

GSP01A88            Goodsprings Flood Control Improvements                          Expiration Date       06/30/99
Interlocal Amount                                          99,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design               Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
         39,000                      0       40,400                     18,600                        0        1,000


  Amount Spent by Category         Design                                  39,209.30
                                   Other                                      972.00
                                   ROW                                      8.488.57
                          Total Spent on Project                           48,669.87
                                Total Remaining                            50,330.1 3

IND01A98            Indian Springs Flood Control Improvements                       Expiration Date       07/01/01
Interlocal Amount                                      100,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design               Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0      100,000                             0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                           0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                     0.00
                                Total Remaining                          100,000.00




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                                      Current Project Expense Summary
                                                          12/10198
LAU03A96            Hiko Springs Detention Basin Outfall Channel                   Expiration Date       07/01/99
lnterlocal Amount                                        9,175,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign               Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
         42,000                       0          545,000             7,828,000               760,000                0

  Amount Spent by Category          Design                               439,646.2 1
                                    Design Eng                               539.14
                                    ROW                                   31,999.66
                           Total Spent on Project                        472,185.01
                                 Total Remaining                       8,702,8 14.99


MOA01B89            Moapa Valley Muddy River West Levee                            Expiration Date       01/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                        1,850,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign               Design         Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
       1,490,000                      0          330,000                       0                     0       30,000

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                                    Design                               339,355.06
                                    Design Eng                            20,855.22
                                    ROW                                   64,830.77
                           Total Spent on Project                        425,041.05
                                 Total Remaining                       1,424,958.95


TROPFLAM            Tropicana/Flamingo Washes PrG,*ct                              Expiration Date       07/01/02
Interlocal Amount                                        2,588,234
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign              Design         Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
                0                     0                  0           2,588,234                       0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                Construction                   162,200.00
                           Total Spent on Project                        162,200.00
                                 Total Remaining                       2,426,034.41




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                                       Current Project Expense Summary
                                                           12/10/98

Henderson

HEN04A91             C-I Channel System                                              Expiration D te       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                         1,050,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way              Predesign              Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

         250,000                       0          800,000                        0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category           Design                                 743,979.90
                                     ROW                                    210,646.71
                            Total Spent on Project                          954,626.61
                                  Total Remaining                            95,373.39


HEN04E96             Mission Hills Western Interceptor (443)                         Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                         3,358,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way              Predesign              Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

                 0                     0                  0             2,933,000              375,000         50,000


  Amount Spent by Category                 Con. Eng.                         291,252.52
                                           Construction                   2 ,335,996.50
                                           Other                               9,350.00
                            Total Spent on Project                        2,636,599.02
                                  Total Remaining                           721,400.98


HEN04F97             Black Mountain Detention Basin                                  Expiration Date       12/31/00
Interlocal Amount                                             325,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way             Predesign              Design          Construction               Con. Eng.        Other

         100,000                       0          225,000                        0                     0              0


   Amount Spent by Category                Design                           215,693.75
                                           Design Eng.                        1,072.59
                                           ROW                                1,479.84
                            Total Spent on Project                          218,246.18
                                  Total Remaining                           106,753.82




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                                                               18
                                                          12110 9
HEN04198            C-I Channel Culvert @ Lake Mead Drive                             Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                         905,960
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign              Design            Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                0                     0                 0               865,960                  40,000                0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                                    Construction                           607,600.00
                           Total Spent on Project                          607,600.00
                                 Total Remaining                           298,360.00


HEN05A92            Sunset Det Basin Collection & Outfall                             Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                       1,385,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign              Design            Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
       1,050,000                      0          335,000                          0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                Design                            176,375.08
                                          Design Eng.                        72,144.57
                                     ROW                                        835.91
                                    ROW Eng                                     129.40
                           Total Spent on Project                           249,484.96
                                 Total Remaining                         ,35,515.04
                                                                         II

HEN06A93            Equestrian Drive Detention Basin                                  Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                         478,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign              Design            Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

                0                     0          478,000                          0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category          Design                                 388,624.49
                           Total Spent on Project                          388,624.49
                                 Total Remaining                             89,375.5 1




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110/98
HEN06B95            Equestrian Detention Basin Construction                 Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                  6,400,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction             Con. Eng.       Other

                0                    0             0            5,900,000             400,000        100,000

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                        304,244.76
                                   Construction                   5,594,992.26
                                   Design                            14,998.00
                                   Other                            102,304.25
                          Total Spent on Project                  6,016,539.27
                                Total Remaining                     383,460.73

HEN07A96            Pittman Park Detention Basin                            Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                  2,295,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction            Con. Eng.        Other
                0                    0      150,000             2,145,000                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                            494.78
                                   Construction                     613,325.85
                                   Design                           141,415.14
                                   Design Eng.                       59,609.16
                          Total Spent on Project                    8 14,844.93
                                Total Remaining                   1,480,155.07




                                                   -21-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                        12/10/98
HEN08A96            Railroad East Detention Basin                                Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                       500,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design            Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
        200,000                      0      300,000                          0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Design                              10,312.28
                                   Design Eng.                            569.16
                                   ROW                                183,136.61
                          Total Spent on Project                       194,018.05
                                Total Remaining                       305,981.95




Las Vegas

LASOl B95           Angel Park Detention Basin Expansion                         Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                    793,500
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction                Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0              0              696,000                  70,000        27,500

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                           23,154.44
                                   Const. Eng                             41 3.44
                                   Construction                       187.833.73
                          Total Spent on Project                      21 1,401.61
                                Total Remaining                       582,098.39




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                         12/10/98
LAS03D98            Gowan South Detention Basin Expansion                          Expiration Date       04/30/00
Interlocal Amount                                           150,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign                Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0          150,000                        0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                          0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                    0.00
                                Total Remaining                           150,000.00


LAS09F93            Washington Avenue System Sagman to LV                          Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                        270,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign                Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
        270.000                      0                  0                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                                4,279.27
                                   ROW                                     42,250.1 5
                          Total Spent on Project                           46,529.42
                                Total Remaining                           223,470.58

LAS09G94            Washington Ave. Conveyance - Lena to Easter                    Expiration Date       07/15/98
Interlocal Amount                                   4,716,555
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0                  0             4,247,015              319,540        150,000

  Amount Spent by Category               Con. Eng.                        31 1,441.05
                                         Const Eng                          6,376.2 1
                                         Construction                   4,257,598.22
                                         Other                             66,968.26
                          Total Spent on Project                        4,642,383.74
                                Total Remaining                            74,171.26




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                         12/10/98
LAS09H94            Upper Washington Avenue Channel                               Expiration Date       12/31/98
InterlocaI Amount                                       1,250,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design         Construction              Con. Eng.        Other

         50,000              19,098            1,180,902                      0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category         Design                              1,103,814.57
                                   Design Eng                              2,895.91
                                   Predesign                              12,055.45
                                   ROW                                     4,483.80
                          Total Spent on Project                       1,123,249.73
                                Total Remaining                          126,750.27


LASO9196            Washington Ave. System - Eastern to Sagman                    Expiration Date       07/31/97
Interlocal Amount                                       3,805,500
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0                  0           3,505,000               300,500                0


  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                              85,507.21
                                   Const Eng                               5,823.19
                                   Construction                        2,986,696.88
                          Total Spent on Project                       3,078,027.28
                                Total Remaining                          727,472.72

LAS09J97            Freeway Channel System/Alta - UPRR                            Expiration Date       12/30/99
Interlocal Amount                                   13,469,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0                  0           13,369,000              100,000                0

  Amount Spent by Category               Con. Eng.                           728.50
                                         Const Eng                         6,142.89
                                         Const. Eng                        2,546.47
                                         Construction                  4,628,211.31
                                   ROW                                       101.06
                          Total Spent on Project                       4,637,730.23
                                Total Remaining                        8,831,269.77




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110198
LAS09K97        Upper Washington/Sagman-Bonanza               Expiration Date                       12/30/99
Inte rlocaI Amount                        4,359,562
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign     Design      Construction          Con. Eng.                      Other

                0                    0             0            4,109,562               250,000                0


  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                           2,191.56
                                   Const Eng                           4,452.74
                                   Design Eng                          5,661.20
                          Total Spent on Project                      12,305.50
                                Total Remaining                   4,347,256.50


LAS09L98            Freeway ChanneVAlta-Wall Street                           Expiration Date       12/31/99
Interlocal Amount                                  1,551,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign            Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
           2,000                     0     1,549,000                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                   1,551,000.00

LAS09M98            Freeway Channel North- Washington to Vegas                Expiration Date       04/30/00
Interlocal Amount                                    200,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
           2,000                     0      198,000                       0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                     200,000.00




                                                 -25-
                                   Current Project Expense Summary
                                                    12/10/98
LASlOC94           Lone Mt. Detention Basin (443)                           Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                   953,517
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign           Design        Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
        664,722                    0               0                    0             203,545        85,250

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                       199,999.97
                                   Other                            41,250.00
                                   ROW                             664,722.75
                          Total Spent on Project                   905,972.72
                               Total Remaining                      47,545.03

LASlOD95           Gowan North ChanneVDet. Basin to Duran                   Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                  1,098,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign           Design        Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
         728,000                   0       370,000                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category        Design                           298,377.35
                                  Design Eng.                       13,604.22
                                  ROW                              106.329.21
                         Total Spent on Project                    41 8,310.78
                               Total Remaining                     679.689.22

LASl OE97          Gowan North ChanneVDB-Buffalo Cons                       Expiration Date       08/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                  3,387,926
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign           Design        Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
               0                   0               0           3,166,286              221,640                0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                   0.00
                         Total Spent on Project                              0.00
                               Total Remaining                   3,387,926.00




                                               -26-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110198
LASl OF97           Gowan Outfall/Lone Mtn BranchIFerril-Kenny                Expiration Date       12/31/99
Interlocal Amount                                     150,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other

            3,000                    0      147,000                       0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                    150,000.00


LASI OH98           Gowan North Buffalo Branch/Gowan No-Lone                  Expiration Date       12/31/99
Interlocal Amount                                     100,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign            Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
                0                    0      100,000                       0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                    100,000.00

LASl OJ98           Gowan North Channel - Alexander to Lone Mtn               Expiration Date       04/30/00
Interlocal Amount                                    580,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction                Con. Eng.      Other
            1,000                    0      579,000                       0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                0.00
                                Total Remaining                    580,000.00




                                                   -27-
                                      Current Project Expense Summary
                                                            12110198
LAS14A95            Washington Ave/l-I 5 to Martin Luther King                        Expiration Date       07/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                            70,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign                Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                     0            70.000                         0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                Design                             56,585.67
                           Total Spent on Project                            56,585.67
                                 Total Remaining                             13,414.33


LASI 5A95           Oakey Storm Drain - 1-15 to Decatur Blvd.                         Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                           430,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign                Design          Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
           5,000             425,000                    0                         0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category          Design Eng                              140,339.36
                                    Predesign                                 3,5 12.87
                           Total Spent on Project                           143,852.23
                                 Total Remaining                           286,147.77

LASI 6A98           Ann Rd Channel West System/Rancho - Allen Ln Expiration Date                            12/31/00
Interlocal Amount                                           950,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign                Design          Construction               Con. Eng.        Other
           5,000                      0            945,000                        0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                             0.00
                           Total Spent on Project                                      0.00
                                 Total Remaining                           950,000.00




                                                            -28-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110198
LAS17A98            Las Vegas Wash Rancho Dr System                           Expiration Date       12/31/00
Interlocal Amount                                    300,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
           2,000                     0      298,000                       0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                     0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                     300,000.00




North Las Vegas

NLV06693            Kyle Canyon Detention Basin Construction                  Expiration Date       12/30/99
Interlocal Amount                                  9,313,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design         Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0     1,588,000            6,891,000               645.000        189,000

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                        644,812.98
                                   Const Eng                            617.61
                                   Construction                   6,890,796.23
                                   Construction                         652.05
                                   Construction                       2,363.13
                                   Design                           724,448.58
                                   Other                            188.873.13
                          Total Spent on Project                  8,452,563.7 1
                                Total Remaining                     860,436.29




                                                   -29-
                                   Current Project Expense Summary
                                                    12110198
NLV08A94           Western Tributary of the Lower Las Vegas Was              Expiration Date       06/30/99
Interlocal Amount                                 2,650,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign          Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
       2,142,000                   0      508,000                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                    0.00
                                  Design                           506,783.53
                                  Design Eng.                          390.66
                                  ROW                            2,108,991.36
                         Total Spent on Project                  2,616,165.55
                               Total Remaining                      33,834.45

NLV08B97           Lower Las Vegas Wash Det Basin Construction               Expiration Date       05/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                 5,333,086
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign          Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
              0                    0              0            5,074,586               220,000        38,500

  Amount Spent by Category        Con. Eng                           4,406.97
                                  Con. Eng.                         22,564.82
                                  Con. Engr.                        14,024.79
                                  Const Eng                         1 3 3 11.81
                                  Construction                   4,142,432.02
                                  Construction                     122,608.06
                                  Other                             38,500.00
                         Total Spent on Project                  4,358,048.47
                               Total Remaining                     975,037.53




                                             -30-
                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12/10/98
NLV09A94            Western Tributary of the Range Wash Channel              Expiration Date       07/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                 2,800,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design        Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
      2,100,000                      0      700,000                      0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category         Design                          170,073.21
                                   Design Eng                       63,849.80
                                   ROW                               6,314.75
                          Total Spent on Project                   240,237.76
                                Total Remaining                 2,559,762.24

NLVl OA97           "At ChanneVLake Mead Blvd-Las Vegas Wash                 Expiration Date       07/01/98
Interlocal Amount                                    900,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design        Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                0                    0      900,000                      0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category         Const Eng                        2,760.60
                                   Desgin Eng.                      5,860.69
                                   Design                         259,897.33
                                   Design Eng                      30,037.39
                                   Design Eng.                     17,561.25
                          Total Spent on Project                  316,117.26
                                Total Remaining                   583,882.74




                                                   -31-
                                    Current Project Expense Summary
                                                     12110198
NLVlIA97           West Trib LV Wash/Camino-Ann                               Expiration Date       12/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                 1,200,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way           Predesign          Design          Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

        600,000                     0      600,000                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category        Design                            232,382.75
                                  Design Eng                         28,280.68
                                  Design Eng.                        19,789.47
                                  ROW                               538,319.00
                                  ROW Eng                             6,540.00
                         Total Spent on Project                     825,311.90
                                Total Remaining                    374,688.10


NLVl1 B97          West Trib LV Wash/Ann-Centennial                           Expiration Date       12/01/98
lnterlocal Amount                                 2,400,000
lnterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way           Predesign          Design          Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
       1,900,000                    0      500,000                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category        Design                            123,381.91
                                  Design Eng                         40,562.84
                                  Design Eng.                        43,377.46
                                  ROW                                 4,935.42
                         Total Spent on Project                     212,257.63
                                Total Remaining                  2,187,742.37




                                                    -32-
                                   Current Project Expense Summary
                                                    12/10/98
NLV12A97          Clayton Channel                                               Expiration Date       07/01/98
lnterlocal Amount                                   200,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign           Design            Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

        200,000                    0              0                         0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category        Design                               38,190.84
                                  Design Eng                            1,070.09
                                  ROW                                   1,147.97
                         Total Spent on Project                        40,408.90
                               Total Remaining                       159,591.10

NLV13A98          Trib to W Trib at Craig Rd                                    Expiration Date       06/30/00
Interlocal Amount                                   565,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign           Design            Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
        298,000                    0       267,000                          0                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                         Total Spent on Project                                  0.00
                               Total Remaining                       565,000.00




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                                                      ~.
Regional Flood Control District
Maintenance Work Plan Status Report    1999
 Boulder Citv
~~




                                                    Amount       Amount
 Facility Name                          Budget       Spent     Remaining
 BCOI Hemenway Wash                      335,200      17,869         317,330
 BC02 Airport Channel - BC               440,000       6,589         433,410
 BC03 Georgia Channel                    336,000     198,448         137,551
 BC04 Buchannan Channel                    7,200       5,137           2,062
 BC05 Bootleg Canyon                      26,200           0          26,200
 BC06 Gingenvood Wash                       6,100          0           6,100
 BC07 Cemetery Wash                         1,100          0           1,100

                                       $1,151,800   $228,044        $923,755

     Clark County
                                                    Amount       Amount
     Facility Name                      Budget       Spent     Remaining
     CCOI Flamingo Wash                  227,500       9,210         218,290
     CCO2 Las Vegas Wash     - CC        506,400       7,190         499,210
     CC03 Duck Creek - CC                227,100           0         227,100
     CC05 LV Range Wash                  214,100       4,885         209,214
     CC06   Tropicana Wash                 32,300          0          32,300
     CC07   Airport Channel -CC            15,000          0          15,000
     CC08   Monson Channel                 27,000          0          27,000
     CCO9   Rawhide Channel                20,500     14,799           5,700
     CClO   Van Buskirk Channel            17,200      1,353          15,846
     CC11   Flamingo Wash North Fork       21,500          0          21,500
     CC14   Laughlin Washes                19,000          0          19,000
     CC15 Moapa Valley                     17,000          0          17,000
     CC16 Blue Diamond Wash                 3,000          0           3,000
     CC17 Searchlight                       1,000          0           1,000
                                                                ~        ~~




                                       $1,348,600    $37,438    $1,311,161

     Henderson
                                                    Amount       Amount
     Facility Name                       Budget      Spent     Remaining
     HNOI C - I Channel                    31,687      3,417          28,269
     HN02 Greenway                         10,688      2,678           8,009
     HN03 Van Wagenen                       7,028          0           7,028
     HN04   Gibson                          5,490          0           5,490
     HN05   Lower Pittman                  48,553      4,322          44,230
     HN06   Upper Pittman Wash             51,031        175          50,855
     HN07   UPRR                            4,984      2,778           2,205
     HN08   Sandwedge                      13,001          0          13,001
     HN09   Whitney Ranch                   6,909        937           5,971
     HNIO Duck Creek - Henderson           32,671      8,421          24,249
     H N I 1 Mission Hills Det Basin       13,643          0          13,643
     HN12 Railroad East Channel             9,659          0           9,659
     HN14 Drake Channel                     7,040          0           7,040
     HN15 1-515 Channel                    26,364          0          26,364
     HN17 Western Interceptor               6,895      1,393           5,501
     HN18 Equestrian Detention Basin       12,807      3,673           9,133

                                         $288,450    $27,797        $260,652

     12/10198                          -34-
Regional Flood Control District
Maintenance Work Plan Status Report                 1999
Las Vegas
                                                                    Amount       Amount
Facility Name                                         Budget         Spent     Remaining
LV51    Cedar Ave ChanneVNellis System                     54,000        0          54,000
LV52    GowanIAngel PklLone Mtn System                 941,000            0        941,000
LV53    Lake Mead/Smoke Ranch System                     2,000            0          2,000
LV54    Las Vegas Wash System                          421,000            0        421,000
LV55    MeadowslOakey System                                5,000         0          5,000

                                                    $1,423,000           $0     $1,423,000

Mesquite
                                                                    Amount       Amount
Facility Name                                                        Spent     Remaining
                                                      Budget
ME01 Mesquite Town Wash                                    17,700      5,573        12,126
ME02 Abbott Wash Channel                                   19,300      6,130        13,169
ME04 Town Wash Det Basin                                    7,000      1,197         5,802
ME05 Mesquite Blvd Storm Sewer                              1,000          0         1,000
ME06 Hillside Storm Drain                                   1,000        603           396
ME07 Pulsipher Wash                                         8,000      3,693         4,306

                                                          $54,000    $17,197       $36,802

North Las Vegas
                                                                    Amount       Amount
Facility Name                                         Budget         Spent     Remaining
NLOI  LV Wash North Reach                                   8,600          0         8,600
NL02 Las Vegas Wash-Middle                                352,579     22,698       329,880
NL03 LV Wash-King Charles Channel                           5,535          0         5,535
N LO4 LV Range Wash West Branch                             7,160          0         7,160
NL05    No LV Detention Basin                              20,615          0        20,615
N LO6   Upper Wash Det Basin                               11,375          0        11,375
N LO7   Carey AveNV Lake Mead Det Basin                    15,805       590         15,215
N LO8   Gowan Outfall Channel                              12,485         0         12,485
N LO9   Kyle Canyon Det Basin                              14,805         0         14,805
NL11    Clayton Street Channel                            260.800      8,925       251,874

                                                      $709,759       $32,214      $677,544

                                                                    Amount        Amount
                                                      Budget          Spent    Remaining
                                  Program Totals    $4,975,609      $342,692    $4,632,916




                                                   -35-

 12110198
Regional Flood Control District
Monthly Expenses
Maintenance Work Program

                           PO                       Invoice        Invoice
Vendor                    Number      Facility      Number          Date       Amount
City of Henderson         124249 01   HNOI         48794           10119/98      1,330.86
City of Henderson         124249 01   HNOI         48794           10119/98        379.19
City of Henderson         124249 01   HN02         48794           10119/98      2,678.16
City of Henderson         124249 01   HN06         48794           10119/98         175.01
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RF04-0998    09/04/98          65.30
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RF04-0998    09/04/9a      1,645.60
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RFO9-1998    10112/98      1,522.42
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98          32.94
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98        737.84
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME01         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98        722.42
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF04-0998    09/04/9a          65.30
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF04-0998    0910419a        201.96
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF04-0998    09/04/98        924.46
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RFO9-1998    10112/98          98.82
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RFO9-1998    10112/98      2,592.58
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RFO9-1998    10112/98        420.00
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98          32.94
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98        722.42
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME02         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98      1,007.95
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME04         PW-RF 01-1098   11/04/98      I I 97.37
                                                                                  ,
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME06         PW-RF04-0998    09/04/98        603.26
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME07         PW-RF04-0998    09/0419a          65.30
City of Mesquite          121225 01   ME07         PW-RFO9-1998    10112/98      3.258.72
City of North Las Vegas   124252 01   NL02         AR6 10-2 15     09/28/98        936.32
Helena Chemical Company   124248 01   NL02         419742          09/21/98        960.00
City of North Las Vegas   124252 01   NL02         AR610-214       08/20/98        926.07
Fencing Specialists       none        NL07         057898          0912i/ga        590.00

                                                                              $23,893.21




                                                 -36-

12110198
Regional Flood Control District                                                12110198
                                             -
Capital Improvement Projects Cumulative Reporting
Pay As You Go Funds (Fund 443)

Boulder City
Project        Name                                                  Status             Total
BOU01A87       Hemenway Wash (443)                                   Closed       4,649,000.00
BOU02A88       Georgia Avenue Channel                                Closed         613,590.23
BOU03A88       Buchannan Blvd. Channel                               Closed         412,720.00
BOU03B98       Buchanan Watershed Facilities                         Open           448,900.00
BOU04A96       West Airport Watershed                                Open           149,000.00
BOUO4B97       West Airport Watershed Construction                   Open         1,830,000.00
BOU05A98       North Railroad Watershed                              Open            80,000.00
                                                                               $8,183,210.23


Clark County
Project        Name                                                  Status             Total
BUN01A90       Bunkerville Channel Windmill Wash                     Open            819,384.00
BUN01898       Bunkerville Flood Control Improvements/Cons           Open          6,554,000.00
CL03H93        Van Buskirk Channel Improvements (443)                Closed        6,112,843.32
CLA01A87       Upper Flamingo Wash Det. Basin & Outfall              Closed        6,932,932.63
CLA02A88       Rawhide Channel                                       Closed           69,932.30
CLA02B90       Rawhide Channel Eastern Ave                           Closed          155,540.00
CLA02C90       Rawhide Channel Eastern Ave Outfall                   Closed          115,000.00
CLA02D90       Rawhide Channel Eastern to Toapz                      Closed        1,069,252.07
CLA02E91       Rawhide Channel Mcleod to Mtn. Vista                  Closed          166,990.74
CLA03A88       Van Buskirk Channel Predesign                         Closed          118,463.30
CLA03690       Van Buskirk Channel Outfall                           Closed        3,332,227.08
CLA03C90       Van Buskirk Channel Right-of-way                      Closed        3,158,610.37
CLA03D91       Van Buskirk System                                    Open            850,000.00
CLA04A89       Flamingo Wash Bridge at Eastern Avenue                Closed           61,900.00
CLA04B89       Flamingo Wash Bridge at Arville                       Closed          294,818.61
cLAo4c90       Flamingo Wash Brdgs. Paradise, Palos Verde            Closed        1,711,276.60
CLA04D93       Flamingo Wash Winnick Ave                             Closed        3,000,000.00
CLA05A91       Duck Creek Channel Pachuca & Tomiyasu                 Closed          814,243.47
CLA06A91       Range Wash Detention Basin Facilities                 Closed          479,952.25
CLA07A92       Sloan Channel                                         Closed        4,820,788.1 1
CLA08A92       Lower Duck Creek Detention Basin                      Pending         950,000.00
CLA08B93       Lower Duck Creek Det. Basin                           Closed        5,921,764.42
CLA09A97       Durango Collector                                     Open            388,000.00
CLAl OA97      Tropicana WashlParadise-Koval                         Open            240,000.00
CLA12A97       Desert Inn Detention Basin & Collection Sys           Open            270,000.00,
CLA12B98       Desert Inn Detention Basin 8 Collection Sy            Open             43,197.00
CLAI 3A97      Lakes Det Basin/Collection Sys/Outfall                Open            450,000.00
CLAl 3B98      Lakes Det Basin/Coll Sys/Outfall Phase I              Open          1,120,000.00
CLAl4A97       Duck Creek/Boulder Hwy-Stephanie                      Open            400,000.00
CLA16A98       Up Duck (DK), Ctrl DK,Lwr BD & Bird SP DBs            Open            200,000.00
COEG194        Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Project                 Open            100,000.00
COEG294        Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Flood Control           Open         16,500,000.00
GSP01A88       Goodsprings Flood Control Improvements                Open             99,000.00
INDOIA98       Indian Springs Flood Control Improvements             Open            100,000.00
lAU01A89       Laughlin Unnamed Wash                                 Closed          349,995.99
LAU02A89       Laughlin Hiko Springs                                 Closed          369,974.40
LAU02B92       Laughlin Hike Springs Remap                           Closed            8,000.00
LAU03A96       Hiko Springs Detention Basin Outfall Channel          Open          9,175,000.00
MOA01A89       Moapa Cooper Ave Crossing                             Closed          185,000.00
MOA01B89       Moapa Valley Muddy River West Levee                   Open          1,850,000.00
MOA02A89       Moapa Valley Logan & Benson Wash                      Closed          235,040.74
MOA02B92       Moapa Valley Logan Wash Construction                  Closed        3,510,528.60
                                                              -37-
Clark County
Project        Name                                              Status             Total
NELO1A88       Nelson Flood Control Improvements                 Closed           2,961.95
SEA01A88       Searchlight Flood Control Improvements            Closed         861,099.97
TROPFIAM       TropicanalFlamingo Washes Project                 Open         2,383,200.00

                                                                          $86,350,917.92


Henderson
Project        Name                                              Status             Total
                                                                                    ~




HEN01A87       Pittman Wash Channel                              Closed         533,554.14
HEN01B87       Warm Springs Stephanie Bridges                    Closed       1,666,309.54
HENOICSO       Pittman Wash Chnl Phase I Construction            Closed       2,744,110.10
HEN02A89       Green Valley Parkway Bridge                       Closed       1,128,513.78
HEN03A91       UPRR Channel (443)                                Closed         117,073.57
HEN04A91       C-I Channel System                                Open         1,050,000.00
HEN04B93       C1 Burkholder to Lake Mead Drive                  Closed         173,333.98
HEN04E96       Mission Hills Western Interceptor (443)           Open         3,358,000.00
HEN04F97       Black Mountain Detention Basin                    Open           325,000.00
HEN04198       C-I Channel Culvert @ Lake Mead Drive             Open           905,960.00
HEN05A92       Sunset Det Basin Collection 8 Outfall             Open         1,385,000.00
HEN06A93       Equestrian Drive Detention Basin                  Open           478,000.00
HEN06B95       Equestrian Detention Basin Construction           Open         6,400,000.00
HEN07A96       Pittman Park Detention Basin                      Open         2,295,000.00
HEN08A96       Railroad East Detention Basin                     Open           500,000.00
                                                                          $23,059,855.11


Las Vegas
Project        Name                                              Status                 Total
LAS01A87       Angel Park Detention Basin Structure              Closed          397,978.73
LASOlB95       Angel Park Detention Basin Expansion              Open            793,500.00
LAS02A87       Buffalo Channel Angel Park Detention Basin        Closed        4,167,183.73
LAS02B91       Buffalo Channel Summerlin to Vegas Drive          Closed          126,491.20
LAS02C91       Buffalo Channel Westcliff Summerlin               Closed          471,594.88
LAS02D92       Buffalo Channel Design Doe Westcliff              Closed           84,175.72
LAS02F93       Buffalo Channel Doe to Westcliff                  Closed        1,685,430.55
LAS03A89       Gowan Rd. Detention System                        Closed          195,685.00
LAS03B89       Gowan Detention Basin and Ouffall                 Closed        4,813,519.80
LAS03D98       Gowan South Detention Basin Expansion             Open            150,000.00
LAS04A87       Oakey System Predesign                            Closed          111,106.72
LAS04B90       Oakey Blvd. System                                Closed          631,418.63
LAS04C91       Oakey Blvd Det 8 Convey at Decatur                Closed           35,000.00
lAS04E94       Oakey Detention Basin and Collection System       Closed        1,083,848.86
LAS05A87       Meadows Detention Basin Design                    Closed          120,000.00
LAS05B87       Meadows Detention Basin Construction              Closed        3,445,946.32
LAS06A87       Major ConveyanceWest of 115                       Closed          232,793.47
LAS06B87       Major Conveyance East of I15                      Closed           29,500.25
LAS06C93       NDOT Freeway Channel Sahara to lvanhoe            Closed          670,067.29
LAS07A89       Durango Storm Drain                               Closed          596,059.00
LAS08A89       Carey Avenue Lake Mead Detention Basin            Closed        6,148,651.98
LAS09A89       Washington Ave. Convey System                     Closed          313,726.91
LAS09B91       Washington Avenue System Sandhill to Bruce        Closed          497,000.00
LAS09D92       Washington Ave System Construction                Closed        1,594,925.69
LAS09F93       Washington Avenue System Sagman to LV Creek       Open            270,000.00
LAS09G94       Washington Ave. Conveyance - Lena to Easter       Open          4,716,555.00
LAS09H94       Upper Washington Avenue Channel                   Open          1,250,000.00
LASO9196                               -
               Washington Ave. System Eastern to Sagman          Open          3,805,500.00
LAS09J97                                    -
               Freeway Channel System/Alta UPRR                  Open         13,469,000.00
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Las Vegas
Project        Name                                               Status                Total
                                                                                        -
LAS09K97       Upper WashingtonlSagman-Bonanza                     Open            4,359,562.00
LAS09L98       Freeway ChannellAlta-Wall Street                    Open            1,551,000.00
LAS09M98       Freeway Channel North- Washington to Vegas          Open             200,000.00
LASl OA91      Gowan North Channel                                 Closed            110,000.00
LASl OB93      CAM 10 8 Lone Mt Detention Basin                    Closed            212,800.00
LASl OC94      Lone Mt. Detention Basin (443)                      Open              953,517.75
LAS10D95       Gowan North ChannellDet. Basin to Duran             Open            1,098,000.00
LASl OE97      Gowan North ChannellDB-Buffalo Cons                 Open            3,387,926.00
LASlOF97       Gowan OutfalVLone Mtn BranchlFerril-Kenny           Open              150,000.00
I A S l OH98   Gowan North Buffalo BranchlGowan No-Lone Mtn        Open              100,000.00
LASlOJ98       Gowan North Channel - Alexander to Lone Mtn         Open              580,000.00
LASllA92       Angel Park Peccole 1 Rampart Strom Drain            Closed             44,809.03
LASl 1B93      Rampart Storm Drain                                 Closed            185,842.34
LASl2A92       Alta Storm Drain                                    Closed            851,465.76
LAS 13A92      Cheyenne Channel Buffalo Gowan Detention Bas        Closed             86,475.85
LASl3B94       Cheyenne Channel Crossings                          Closed            709,000.00
LASl3C93       Cheyenne Channel - Buffalo to Gowan South           Closed          1,107,787.47
LAS14A95       Washington Avell-15 to Martin Luther King           Open               70,000.00
LAS15A95       Oakey Storm Drain - 1-15 to Decatur Blvd.           Open              430,000.00
LAS16A98       Ann Rd Channel West SystemlRancho - Allen Ln        Open              950,000.00
LAS17A98       Las Vegas Wash Rancho Dr System                     Open              300,000.00

                                                                               $69,3u,a45.93


Mesquite
Project        Name                                               Status                Total
MES01A88       Town Wash ROW Engineering                           Closed             9,600.00
MESOI 889      Town Wash Detention Basin (443)                     Closed           660,000.00
                                                                                  $669,600.00


North Las Vegas
Project        Name                                               Status                Total
NLVOlA87       LV Wash " A Channel Improvements                    Closed            304,000.00
NLVOlB87       LV Wash Craig Civic Center '(King Charles)          Closed          2,415,411.73
NLV02A87       West Trib LV Wash Craig Alex                        Closed          1,268,170.85
NLV02888       West Trib LV Wash Upper Mendenhall                  Closed          1,057,430.33
NLV03A88       East Range Wash Detention Basin                     Closed            273,068.12
NLV03B88       East Range Wash Detention Basin Predesign           Closed             30,000.00
NLV03C91       West Range Wash Diversion Dike                      Closed            339,338.71
NLV04A89       Gowan Detention Basin Outfall Structure             Closed         13,373,572.56
NLV05A89       Upper LV Wash Detention Basin                       Closed          1,595,142.36
NLVO6A91       Kyle Canyon Detention Basin Design and ROW          Closed            601,126.71
NLV06B93       Kyle Canyon Detention Basin Construction            Pending         9,313,000.00
NLVO7A92       Camino AI Norte                                     Closed             86,191.OO
NLV08A94       Western Tributary of the Lower Las Vegas Was        Open            2,650,000.00
NLV08B97       Lower Las Vegas Wash Det Basin Construction         Open            5,333,086.00
NLV09A94       Western Tributary of the Range Wash Channel         Open            2,800,000.00
NLVlOA97       "A" ChannellLake Mead Blvd-LasVegas Wash            Open              900,000.00
NLV11A97       West Trib LV Wash/Camino-Ann                        Open            1,200,000.00
NLVl1B97       West Trib LV Wash/Ann-Centennial                    Open            2,400,000.00
NLVI 2A97      Clayton Channel                                     Open              200,000.00
NLVl3A98       Trib to W Trib at Craig Rd                          Open              565,000.00

                                                                               $46,704,53a.37
                                                              Total Funded   $234,312,967.56
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                                                                                                 file:fy9-99.xls
                                                            Programmed
                                                           FY 98/99 Year
                                                           Board Adopted
                               Project                        6111/98           Funding           Program Amount
    Facility Description       Number      Scope of Work                        Amount               Difference
HENDERSON:
Sunset/Pioneer Detention
Basin, Collection            HEN.05.A92    Design, ROW       $3,060,000         $5,000,000                ($1,940,000
S.W. C-I Det. Basin (Black                 Design, ROW
Mountain)                    HEN.04.F.97                      $625,000           $100,000                    $525.000
Black Mountain Detention                   Construction
Basin 8 Outfall              HEN.04.J.99                     $4,790,000         $6,875,000               ($2,085,000:
C-I Channel at Lake Mead                   Construction
(Culvert)                    HEN.04.1.98                            $0           $205,960                   ($205,960:
Railroad East Det. Basin and               Design 8 ROW
Conveyance                   HEN.08.A.96                     $1,270,000          $300,000                    $970,000
                                         Henderson Total     $9,745,000        $12,480,960                ($2,735,9601
LAS VEGAS:

                                                                                                           $2,000,000

                                                                                                          $1,000,000

                                                                                $6,692,000                ($2,930,000:

                                                                                                             $137.000

                                                                                 $150,000                          $0

                                                                                 $901,000                   ($901,000:

                                                                                 $200.000    I              ($200,000:

                                                                                 $300,000    1              ($300,000:
                                                                                             I




                                                                                  $160,000   I              ($160.000:
                                                                               $10,070,000   I            ($3,021,000:


                                                             $5,200,000         $8,328,044                    28,044:
                                                                                                          ($3-1
                                                                                $1,400,000
                                                                                   $50,000
                                                                                                            ($565,000:
                                                                                                             $700,000

'N' Channel)             NLV.              Construction      $2,590,000
Rancho Drive System -                      Design, ROW,
Elkhom to Ann            NLV.              Construction        $250,000
WTLVW - Camino AI Norte
to Ann Rd               INLVllA97       [Design 8 ROW                                                              $0
                                  North Las Vegas Total] $10,140,000      II   $10,343,044                  ($203,044)




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                                                              Board Adoptec
                                Project                         6111/98            Funding          Program Amount

 CLARK COUNTY:
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 Corps of Engineer's Project
 TropicanalFlamingo           COEG294       Construction        $2,223,000                              $2,223,000
 Red Rock Channel - Fort
 Apache to Hualapai           CLA.18.A.98   Construction        $1,884,000         $1,884,000   I               $0
 Red Rock Channel - Beltway
 to Fort Apache               CLA.18.A.98   Construction        $1,733,000         $1,733,000                   $0
 Blue Diamond Channel -
 Rainbow to Durango           CLA.17.A.98   Construction        $2,061,000         $2,061,000                   $0
 Buffalo, Spring MT Drain,
 Lakes DB.& Desert Inn Drain CLA.           Construction        $2.101.000                              $2,101,000
 Lateral Drain & DI Detention CLA.12.B.98   Construction        $1,250,000           $43,197            $1,206,803
 TroolFlarnWash to Koval      CIA.          Construction        $2.192.000                              $2,192,000
/Land Acq Upper Duck,                                                         I
 Central Duck, Lower Blue D. CLA.16.A.98    Design & ROW          $200,000          $200,000    I               $0
 Lower Duck Creek DB
                              CLA.08.C.98   Construction                $0        $11,200.000          ($11,200,000)
 Rawhide at SageBrush         CIA.          Construction          $500,000                                $500,000
 Desert Inn DB & Collection
 System                       CLA12A97      Design & ROW                             $20,000    I         ($20,000)

Lakes DB Collection System CLAl3C98 Construction                        $0         $6,380,800
                      Clark County (SW LV Valley) Total        $14,144,000
CLARK COUNTY lOutlvine Areask




BuchananChannel Facilites                   Construction          $300,000                                $300,000
                             BOU.
Industrial Road Facilities               Construction             $150,000                                $150,000
                             BOU.05.A.98 Design
North Railroad Watershed                 Construction                   $0            $80,000              ($80,000)
                                       Boulder City Total        $450,000             $80,000             $370,000
                                            FY 98-99 Totals    $43,780,000        $56,596,001          ($12,816,001)




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                                                                                                                                                                                                   Comments/
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Approval Date
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                                                                                                   ~..        $8,026,044                              NLV.
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                  10                                                                                           $200.000                               LAS                 99-10                                 10-Sep-98               ____
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                 14                     11-Aug-98 I DI Detention Basin - SUDD
                                             -      - .-.____                                                          $20.000              .
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                 17                                         __-                                                                                       BC                 99-17
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                         22                                                                                       $565,000                        NLV                    99-21
                         23             -                                                                          .  .                           HEN
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                  7-Oct-98 - Lakes DB Collection System
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              25
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                             WTLVW, Ph 11Ann Rd to Clavton
                  14-Oct-98 - -                                                                                                                      NLV                 99-24                                      12-NOV-98
           ___ - 19-Oct-98 1 Railroad East Detention Basin
              26                                                                        ~~
                                                                                                                      -   --   - 1 -   --            HEN                 99-25                                      12-NOV-98
              27                                                                                                $100,000                             HEN                 99-26                                      10-Dec-98
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     REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
     FUND 444 - FUND BALANCE REPORT
     NOVEMBER 1998


     BEGINNING CASH BALANCE                                                            1
                                                                                      $ 52,066,886.25

     REVENUES:
         INTEREST                                                      585,966.35
         DUE TO FROM OTHER FUNDS                                             0.00
         PROJECT CLOSE-OUT ADJUSTMENT                                        0.00
         ACCRUED INTEREST                                                    0.00

          TOTAL MONTHLY REVENUES                                                          585.966.35


     EXPENSES:
         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT EXPENDITURES                        ($291.85)
         INVESTMENT EXPENSE                                            ($4,191.96)
         CONTRACT RETENTIONS PAYABLE                                       $0.00
         EXPENSE ADJ. FROM CIP FUND 443                                    $0.00
         PRIOR PERIOD ACCRUAUREVERSAL                                      $0.00

          TOTAL MONTHLY EXPENSES                                                           (4,483.81)


     ENDING CASH BALANCE (FUND 444)


     CURRENT OBLIGATIONSAGAINST BOND FUNDS
         ACCOUNTS PAYABLE                                               (44,444.63)
         REMAINING OBLIGATED ILC FUNDING -1991 Bonds                   (914.873.00)
         REMAINING OBLIGATED ILC FUNDING - 1998 Bonds               (43,253,828.00)

                                                                                       (44,213,145.63)

                UNOBLIGATEDBOND FUNDS


                                                                      FISCAL
     CURRENT FUNDING REQUESTS                                         IMPACT
     ENTITY            SCOPE

     HEN04J99            Black Mountain DB & Outfall-Construction   (6,875,000.00)


                                       TOTAL REQUESTS FOR FUNDING                       (6,875,000.00)

                                       AVAILABLE BALANCE




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Regional Flood Control District
Monthly Expenses
Fund 444
              PO                                  Invoice   Invoice
Project      Number   Vendor                      Number      Date      Amou,
Inv Exp    Inv Exp    CC Treasurer               99 05      1 1/09/98    4,191.96
HEN04C93   93077 03   City of Henderson          41526      10101197       291.85
                                                                        $4,483.81




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                       12110198

Fund 444
Clark County

CLA08C98            Lower Dt ck Creek Detention Basin                          Expiration Date       0710 1/O 1
Interlocal Amount                              11,200,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                0                    0             0              10,275,200             924,800                  0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                0.00
                                Total Remaining                    11,200,000.00


CIA13C98            Lakes Detention Basin Collection System                    Expiration Date       07/01/00
Interlocal Amount                                  6,380,800
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                0                    0             0              5,700,000              680,800                  0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                0.00
                                Total Remaining                      6,380,800.00

CLA17A98            Blue Diamond Channel, Durango to Rainbow Blv Expiration Date                     07/0 1/O 1
Interlocal Amount                                  2,061,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign          Design           Construction              Con. Eng.        Other
                0                    0             0              2,061,000                      0                0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                          Total Spent on Project                                0.00
                                Total Remaining                      2,061,000.00




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                        12/10/98
CLA18A98            Red Rock Ch, Russell Rd to Hualapai Way                    Expiration Date       07/01/01
Interlocal Amount                                   3,617,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign             Design        Construction              Con. Eng.       Other

                0                    0              0              3,617,000                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category                                                      0.00
                           Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                Total Remaining                      3,617,000.00




Henderson

HEN04C93            C1 Channel Mission Hills                                   Expiration Date       12/31/98
lnterlocal Amount                                   6,135,402
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign             Design        Construction              Con. Eng.       Other
                0                    0              0              5,568,495             500,500        66,407

  Amount Spent by Category         Con. Eng.                           405 ,594.94
                                   Construction                      4,867,132.1 7
                                   Construction                         17,404.39
                                   Construction                          2,315.14
                                   Other                                85,367.70
                          Total Spent on Project                     5,377,814.34
                                Total Remaining                        757,587.66




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                                       Current Project Expense Summary
                                                         12110198
HEN05B98             Pioneer Detention Basin Outfall - Phase I                  Expiration Date       12/31/00
Interlocal Amount                                    5,000,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way             Predesign          Design           Construction             Con. Eng.       Other

                 0                     0             0              4,650,000             350,000                0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                            Total Spent on Project                               0.00
                                  Total Remaining                     5 ,000,000.00


HN04E96              Mission Hills Western Interceptor (444)                    Expiration Date       12/31/97
Interlocal Amount                                    2,100,000
Inte rIocaI Fund ing AIlocation
  Right of Way           Predesign            Design           Construction             Con. Eng.       Other
                 0                     0             0              2,100,000                     0              0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                                     Construction                     2.100.000.00
                            Total Spent on Project                    2,100,000.00
                                  Total Remaining                                0.00




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                                      Current Project Expense Summary
                                                        12110198

Las Vegas

lAS02E92            Buffalo Channel Summerlin Vegas                              Expiration Date       07/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                   1,920,950
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way             Predesign          Design           Construction               Con. Eng.       Other

                0                     0             0              1,830,810                90,139                0

  Amount Spent by Category          Con. Eng.                           90,139.34
                                    Construction                     1,821,238.31
                           Total Spent on Project                    1,911,377.65
                                 Total Remaining                         9,572.35


LAS10198            Durango Dr/Gowan N Channel - Phase II                        Expiration Date       08/31/00
Interlocal Amount                                   6,692,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign           Design           Construction               Con. Eng.       Other
                0                     0             0              6,492,000               200,000                0


  Amount Spent by Category                                                        0.00
                           Total Spent on Project                                 0.00
                                 Total Remaining                     6,692,000.00


LS1OC94             Lone Mt. Detention Basin (444)                               Expiration Date       12/31/98
Interlocal Amount                                     315,482
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right o Way
         f             Predesign             Design          Construction                Con. Eng.       Other
        315,482                       0             0                        0                     0              0

  Amount Spent by Category          ROW                                315,482.25
                           Total Spent on Project                      315,482.25
                                 Total Remaining                                  0.00




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                                     Current Project Expense Summary
                                                            12110/98

North Las Vegas

dLV05B92            Upper Las Vegas Wash Detention Basin                           Expiration Date    07/01/98
nterlocal Amount                                        8,308,000
nterlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design            Construction            Con. Eng.      Other
        251,400                      0                  0              7,244,000            642,500      170,100

  Amount Spent by Category               Con. Eng.                         642,423.22
                                         Construction                    7,243,616.50
                                         Design                              7,115.98
                                         Other                              19,343.23
                                         ROW                               251.319.94
                          Total Spent on Project                         8,163,818.87
                                Total Remaining                                     I
                                                                           144,18 1.3

NLVI IC98           West Trib LV Wash - Ph 1/Ann Rd to Clayton                     Expiration Date    12/3 1/99
Interlocal Amount                                       8,328,044
Interlocal Funding Allocation
 Right of Way            Predesign              Design            Construction            Con. Eng.      Other
                0                    0                  0              7,502,000            816,000       10,044

  Amount Spent by Category                                                       0.00
                                   DENG                                     14,542.50
                                   Design Eng                               10,474.45
                          Total Spent on Project                            25,016.95
                                Total Remaining                          8,303,027.05




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                                   Current Project Expense Summary
                                                   12110198
NV06B93            Kyle Canyon Detention Basin                             Expiration Date       03/24/95
Interlocal Amount                                 5,037,000
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign          Design         Construction              Con. Eng.       Other
               0                   0              0           5,037,000                      0              0

  Amount Spent by Category        Construction                  5,037,000.00
                         Total Spent on Project                 5,037,000.00
                               Total Remaining                              0.00

NV08B97            Lower Las Vegas Wash Det Basin Construction             Expiration Date       05/01/99
Interlocal Amount                                 3,226,914
Interlocal Funding Allocation
  Right of Way         Predesign          Design         Construction              Con. Eng.       Other
               0                   0              0           2,826,9 14             400,000                0

  Amount Spent by Category        Con. Eng.                       236,800.07
                                  Construction                  2,986,580.92
                         Total Spent on Project                 3,223,380.99
                               Total Remaining                       3,533.0 1




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Regional Flood Control District                                      12/10/98
Capital Improvement Projects - Cumulative Reporting
Bond Fund (Fund 444)

Project        Name                                       Status              Total

Boulder City
BOU01A87       Hemenway Wash (444)                       Closed        867,000.00
                                                                     $867,000.00


Clark County
CLA02F92       Rawhide Channel McLeod to Mt Vista        Closed       2,678,784.24
CLA03E92       Van Buskirk System, Rochelle to           Closed         884,145.27
CLA03F92       Van Buskirk Channel Phase V               Closed       1.31 8,316.18
CLA03G92       Van Buskirk Channel Phase IV              Closed         963,873.82
CLA03H93       Van Buskirk Channel Phase IIA and         Closed       7,076,269.80
CLAO6A         East Range Wash Detention Basin           Closed               0.00
CLA06B93       Range Wash Confluence Detention           Closed       9,575,705.90
CLA08C98       Lower Duck Creek Detention Basin          Open        11,200,000.00
CLAl3C98       Lakes Detention Basin Collection          Open         6,380,800.00
C I A 1 7A98   Blue Diamond Channel, Durango to          Open         2,061,000.00
C I A 1 8A98   Red Rock Ch, Russell Rd to Hualapai       Open         3,617,000.00
LAUOlB92       Unnamed Wash                              Closed       2,577,722.08
LAU02C94       Hiko Springs Wash Detention Basin         Closed       1,200,000.00
                                                                   $49,533,617.29


Henderson
HEN01D91       Pittman Wash Channel Phase II             Closed       2,071,148.80
HEN01 E93      Pittman Wash Phase I l l                  Closed         776,682.83
HEN03B92       UPRR Channel (444)                        Closed       2,149,477.47
HEN04C93       C1 Channel Mission Hills                  Open         6,135,402.00
HEN04D94       C - I ChannellLk Mead Dr-Drake Chnl       Closed       3,398,432.50
HEN05B98       Pioneer Detention Basin Outfall - Phase   Open         5,000,000.00
H N04E96       Mission Hills Western Interceptor (444)   Open         2,100,000.00
                                                                   $21,631,143.60


Las Vegas
LAS02E92       Buffalo Channel Summerlin Vegas           Open         1,920,950.00
LAS03C91       Gowan Detention Basin                     Closed       7,184,517.75
LAS04D92       Oakey Blvd Detention Basin                Closed       6,888,129.37
LAso9c91       Washington Ave System Sandhill Outfall    Closed       1,496,312.93
LAS09E93       Washington Ave Virgil Lena                Closed       2,862,675.33
LASl0198       Durango Dr/Gowan N Channel - Phase        Open         6,692,000.00
LS1oc94        Lone Mt. Detention Basin (444)            Open           31 5,482.25
                                                                   $27,360,067.63


Mesquite
MESO1889       Town Wash Detention Basin      (444)      Closed       3,692,545.65
                                                                    $3,692,545.65
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Regional Flood Control District                                     12110198
                                  -
Capital Improvement Projects Cumulative Reporting
Bond Fund (Fund 444)

Project       Name                                    Status               Total

North Las Vegas
NLVO3D93      West Range Wash Dike                   Closed         2,251,608.79
NLV05B92      Upper Las Vegas Wash Detention Basin   Open           8,308,000.00
NLVl1C98      West Trib LV Wash - Ph 1/Ann Rd to     Open           8,328,044.00
NV06B93       Kyle Canyon Detention Basin            Pending        5,037,000.00
NV08B97       Lower Las Vegas Wash Det Basin         Open           3,226,914.00
                                                                 $27,151,566.79


                                             Total Funded      $130,235,940.96




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                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                            AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT - ESCROW
PAYMENT



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #08
                                                   Date: 01/14/99
                                  CLARK COUNTY
                         REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                       AGENDA ITEM




 TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT - ESCROW
 PAYMENT
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE BOARD APPROVE THE TRANSFER OF $1,722,000 FROM FUND 286 TO
 FUND 443 TO BE PLACED INTO THE U.S. ARMY COWS OF ENGINEERS, ESCROW
 ACCOUNT

FISCAL IMPACT: $1,722,000

BACKGROUND:

On January 12, 1995, the Board authorized the Chairman to sign a Project Cooperation Agreement
(PCA) with Clark County and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Tropicana and Flamingo
Washes Flood Control Project. The PCA identifies the District as the agency responsible for the
non-Federal share of funding for the project, and Clark County as the agency responsible for the
acquisition of project right-of-way. Under the Agreement, the District shall deposit cash
contributions to the U.S. Government in an escrow account, with interest accruing to the District.
In conformance with the PCA, in August 1998, the Corps determined that based upon expected
Federal appropriations of $1 1,807,000, $790,000 is the District's required contribution for the
project in Fiscal Year 1999. This amount was approved by the Board at the September 10, 1998
meeting.

In October 1998, Congress added approximately $11,200,000 to the allocation, bringing the total
Fiscal Year 1999 contribution to $21,387,000 thus increasing the non-Federal cash requirement to
$2,512,000. A balance of $1,722,000 is required by the District at this time. Staff recommends
that the Board approve the transfer of $1,722,000 from Fund 286 to Capital Projects Fund 443 to
be placed in the escrow account. A copy of the letter with additional background information is
included in the backup.

Respectfully submitted


                                                     TAC AGENDA           RFCD AGENDA
                                                     ITEM #05             ITEM #08


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
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       ATTENTION OF.
                                        DEC - I I998
Office of the Chief
Civil Projects Branch




Mr. Gale Wm. Fraser 11, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer,
Clark County Regional
Flood Control District
301 E. Clark Avenue, Suite 301
Las Vegas, NV 89 101


DeP- Mr. Fraser:

     This is in reference to the required non-Federal cash contribution for the
Tropicana/Flamingo Washes Project. On August 28,1998 we requested- $790,000.00 from
the Clark County Regional Flood Control District. This amount has been deposited into the
US Bank escrow account established for the project, and we thank you for your prompt
attention in this matter.

     The amount of $790,000.00 was the calculated cash contribution for Fiscal Year 1999
(FY99) based on Article VI, Method of Payment, of the Project Cooperation Agreement
signed on February 7, 1995. This amount was also based on the expectation of receipt of
$1 1,807,000.00 of Federal fbnds for FY99. As you know, Congress added approximately
$1 1,200,000.00 to this amount in October 1998, and the total amount appropriated for the
Tropicana and Flamingo Washes Project for FY 1999 was $23,000,000.00. The final FY 99
amount allocated to the project for FY 99 was $21,387,000.

    Based upon the actual receipt of $21,387,000.00 of Federal fbnds for FY 99, the correct
required non-Federal cash contribution for FY 99 is $2,512,000.00 Taking into account the
$790,000.00 already provided, a balance of $1,722,000.00 is required for FY 99. Please
deposit this amount into the escrow account as soon as possible, but no later than
December 30, 1998.
                                            -2-




    For additional information or questions regarding this requirement, please contact
Mr. Stuart Brehm at 213-452-401 1.

                                        Sincerely,




                                       WcW
                                        Robe S. Joe
                                        Deputy District Engineer
                                          for Project Management
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                             AGENDA ITEM



 SUBJECT:

ARID REGIONS FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY




STAFF:                    Accept the report.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:       Accept the report.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:        Accept the report.




                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #09
                                                   Date: 01/14/99
                                     CLARK COUNTY
                            REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                      AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 ARID REGIONS FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM.FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGERKHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

I ACCEPT THE REPORT

FISCAL IMPACT: None.

BACKGROUND:

The Association of State Floodplain Managers in cooperation with the Arizona Floodplain
Management Association, will hold the Eighth Biennial Conference on Arid Regions Floodplain
Management in Las Vegas. The Conference will be held from Wednesday, January 20, 1999
through Friday, January 22,1999, at Sam’s Town Hotel. This conference is held every two years.
Expected at the conference are representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
their technical study contractor and others working towards solving the flooding problems in the
arid southwest. This is an opportunity for those who work on floodplain issues in Clark County
to become more familiar with the issues and to network with other professionals who deal with
similar floodplain concerns. A copy of the announcement is included in the backup.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                      TAC AGENDA           RFCD AGENDA
                                                      ITEM #06             ITEM # 09


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer
                            reponion
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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM                                     HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS                                                            WELCOME TO TU€
1999 ARID REGIONS CONFERENCE 0 Jan. 20 - 22, 1999
                                                                 'llie conference will bc lieltl at Sam's 'rowti I-lotel in
                                                                 Las Vegas, Nevada. A block of rootiis have been                ARID REGIONS FLOODPLAIN
Naiiie/Title:
                                                                 resewed for tlie coni'ererice at $40.00 per night,                    MANAGEMENT
Name for Badge:
                                                                 Sunday Iliroirgli l'liiirsd:iy, and $60.00 per tiiglit for
Ni\ttIc of Finn:                                                 Friday atid Saturday. Rooins sliould be reserved                  8'h Biennial Conference
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CONFERENCE FEE                                                   rates.
                           Before 1/6/99        Alter 1/6/99                                                                                     January 20-22,1999
Meriibers                       $170                $195         GETTING TO SAM'S TOWN HOTEL
NoIi-Meli1bers                  $190                 $215                                                                                        Las Vegas, Nevada
Student                         $40                  $50         The McCarraii Airport is conveiiiently located
Membership Affiliation: DASITM                  OAFMA            approxiii\ntely I5 ininutes from Sam's Town I lotel
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Chicken                       0                0 @$I3            tlie worksliop, conference sessions and luncheon on
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                        CLARK COUNTY
               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                          AGENDA ITEM

S~JECT:

AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH BAKER AND HOSTETLER,
L.L.P.



                  RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                 Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the professional
                       services agreement with Baker and Hostetler, L.L.P. to
                       provide legal advice regarding the Tropicana and Flamingo,
                       Blue Diamond Detention Basin project.




                                                            RFCD AGENDA
                                                            ITEM #IO
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                         AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH BAKER AND HOSTETLER,

 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGENCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

  APPROVE AND AUTHORIZE THE CHAIRMAN TO SIGN THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
  AGREEMENT WITH BAKER AND HOSTETLER, L.L.P. TO PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE
  REGARDING THE TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO, BLUE DIAMOND DETENTION BASIN
- PROJECT

FISCAL IMPACT: None. Funded by Interlocal Contract with Clark County for the Tropicana
and Flamingo Washes Project, Fund 443.

BACKGROUND:

On September 10, 1998, the Board approved a contract with Baker and Hostetler, L.L.P. in the
amount of $10,000 to provide legal services to ensure that construction and operations of the
Tropicana and Flamingo, Blue Diamond Detention Basin project would not be impaired due to mining
claims issues. The proposed replacement contract authorizes the law f r to furnish the services of
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a geologist as necessary and increases the contract amount by $10,000 for a total of $20,000. A copy
of the contract is included in the backup. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                       RFCD AGENDA




General ManagerlChief Engineer
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                 AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES


        This Agreement to Provide Professional Services (this "Agreement'l) is made and entered

into effective as of January 14, 1999, by and between the Clark County Regional Flood Control

District (the "District") and the law firm of Baker & Hostetler, L.L.P., (the "Law Firm").



                                         WITNESSETH:

        WHEREAS, the District desires to obtain the services of the Law Firm to provide

required professional services, all as more specifically described below; and

        WHEREAS, the Law Firm has the necessary experience and qualifications to perform the

required services;

        NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and mutual covenants contained

herein, the parties hereto agree as follows:

        1.      Recitals. A flood control facility called the Blue Diamond Detention Basin is to

be constructed by the District on certain public lands of the United States of America which are

administered by the United States Bureau of Land Management. Part of these lands are included

within the unpatented mining claims identified in attached Enclosure 1. The District requires

advice and assistance so that these mining claims will not interfere with the Blue Diamond

Detention Basin, and the Law Firm is willing to and capable of providing such advice and

assistance to the District.

        2.      Services. The following services shall be performed by the Law Firm for the

District:




                                                 1                          Rev. December 16, 1998
               (a)        The Law Firm shall assist the District with each of the various alternative

ways in which the District may proceed to make sure that the mining claims do not interfere with

the Blue Diamond Detention Basin. The alternatives include, without limitation, informal

dispute resolution through negotiation and settlement with the owners of the mining claims in

question, elimination of the mining claims through administrative action, and elimination of the

mining claims through litigation. Estimates of the expense and time associated with each

alternative have been made by the Law Firm.

               (b)     At the request and direction of the District, when the District has selected

its preferred method of proceeding, the Law Firm shall undertake the same on behalf of the

District and subject to its supervision and control.

               (c)     Professional and other personal services in the amount necessary to

complete promptly and effectively the work described above shall be furnished by the Law Firm.

These services will be either personally performed by William R. Marsh, or personally

supervised by him when he uses other employees of the Law Firm acting under his supervision

in order to minimize expense to the District.

               (d)     Upon request, the Law Firm shall promptly provide the District with

copies of all correspondence with persons and agencies other than the District which are related

to the performance of this Agreement.

               (e)     All materials developed, prepared or acquired during the performance of

services under this Contract, including without limitation, all finished or unfinished documents,

research, memoranda, briefs, data, studies, surveys, drawings, manuals, maps, models,

photographs, and reports (hereinafter collectively called "documents") shall be available to the

District upon request. No documents prepared for the District shall be released by the Law Firm

P:\SWEIKE\MARSH3.BAK\VB                            2                           Rev. December 16, 1998
to any third party without the District's prior permission.

               (f)        It is understood that the District shall make all policy decisions concerning

the performance of services by the Law Firm. The Law Firm will not commit the District on any

issue without prior approval.

               (g)     The Law Firm shall furnish to the District written progress reports as

warranted and immediately upon request by the District.

               (h)     The Law Firm will observe and abide by the terms and conditions of all

applicable laws, regulations, ordinances or rules of the United States, of the State of Nevada, or

any political subdivision thereof, or of any duly constituted public authority or agency.

               (i)     In addition to the professional and personal services authorized under

section 2(c), the Law Firm is specifically authorized to furnish the services of a geologist, if such

service is necessary to effectuate this Agreement. The Law Firm shall supervise the geologist

and pay for the services of the geologist with monies authorized pursuant to this Agreement.

       3.      Gxqmmhm. The District will pay the Law Firm for services performed under

this Agreement as follows:

               (a)     At the hourly rate of $175 for services by William R. Marsh, $100 lower

than his ordinary hourly rate of $275.

               (b)    For services performed by other employees of the Law Firm working

under the supervision of William R. Marsh, at their ordinary hourly rates or the hourly rate of

$175, whichever is less.

               (c)     Subject to prior approval as set forth herein, the District shall reimburse

the Law Firm for the Law Finn's actual costs and expenses incurred in performing professional

services under this Agreement, including, but not limited to, travel, hotel and meals, long

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distance telephone calls, telecopying and expedited mail expenses, photocopying charges, and

filing and service fees. The prior approval of the Chief of Engineer of the District shall be

obtained before the Law Firm incurs any single cost or expense in excess of $150 except for the

cost of the geologist referred to above, which is estimated to be $5,000 or less. Any legal work

beyond the cap of $20,000 shall require a supplemental to this Agreement or a new Agreement

before legal work is to continue.

        4.        Invoices. During each month while this Agreement is in force and effect, the Law

Firm shall deliver to the District an invoice for all services performed and reimbursable costs

paid or incurred during the prior month. Each invoice shall identify services performed by task,

the member of the Law Firm who provided the services, and a brief descriptive narrative of the

service provided. Payments shall be made to the Law Firm upon approval by the District, within

thirty days after the date of its receipt of a particular monthly invoice.

        5.             .
                  vThe Law Firm shall obtain, at its own expense, and shall
                  . ..

maintain during the entire period that this Agreement is in effect, professional liability insurance

with a policy limit of at least $1,000,000.00.

        6.

                  (a)    The District or the Law Firm may, at its sole discretion, terminate this

Agreement at any time prior to completion by the Law Firm of the services required herein upon

thirty (30) days written notice in advance. If the Law Firm terminates, the District may require

the Law Firm to conclude the handling of pending claims or causes of action occurring pursuant

to this Agreement, for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days from the termination or expiration

of this Agreement or require the Law Firm to return all files to the District or its designated

representative.

P:\SWEIKE\MARSH3.BAK\VB                            4                           Rev. December 16, 1998
               (b)      In the event this Agreement is terminated, the Law Firm will be

compensated for all work performed to the effective date of termination in accordance with the

provisions of Section 3 of this Agreement.

         7.    In&pmkat Contractor. The relationship of the Law Firm to the District

hereunder shall be that of an independent contractor and not an agent or employee. The Law

Firm shall have complete control over its employees and the method of performing its work

under this Agreement. No permitted or required approval by the District of personnel, costs,

documents or services of the Law Firm shall be construed as making the District responsible for

the manner in which the Law Firm performs its services or for any acts, errors or omissions of

the Law Firm or the District. Such approvals are intended only to give the District the right to

satisfy itself with the quality of work performed by the Law Firm.

         8.          t Ventwe. Nothing herein shall be construed to imply ajoint venture or

principal and agent relationship between the District and the Law Firm, and neither party shall

have any right, power or authority to create any obligation, express or implied, on behalf of the

other.

         9.    Records. The Law Firm shall maintain, and shall make available to the District

for inspection, books, records, documents and other evidence directly pertinent to performance

under this Agreement in accordance with its general practices.
                       .     . .
         10.   Non-Disc;flIlllIlibtory
                                    - ,F                     . The Law Firm will not discriminate
against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age or

national origin.

         11.               ble 1.m. Nevada law shall govern the interpretation of this Agreement.

         12.   m. Law Firm shall not assign or transfer its interest in this
                The

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Agreement without the prior written consent of the District.
                          ..
        13.     SwcdxhQ. Any provision or portion of this Agreement prohibited as unlawful
or unenforceable under any applicable law of any jurisdiction shall as to such jurisdiction be

ineffective without affecting other provisions of this Agreement. If the provisions of such

applicable law may be waived, they are hereby waived to the end that this Agreement may be

deemed to be a valid and binding Agreement enforceable in accordance with its terms.

        14.     Notlces. Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be deemed

to have been given when received by the party to whom it is directed by hand delivery, telecopy

or United States mail as follows:

        To District:            Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
                                Clark County Regional Flood Control District
                                301 East Clark, Suite 300
                                Las Vegas, Nevada 89 101

        To Law Firm:            William R. Marsh, Esq.
                                Baker & Hostetler, L.L.P.
                                303 East 17th Avenue, Suite 1100
                                Denver, Colorado 80203-1264

        15.                                  This
                               of A g r ~ n m ~ Agreement may not be changed or modified

except by written instrument executed by both parties.

        16.     Jndemnificatlon. The Law Firm shall indemnify, hold and save harmless, and
defend without cost to the District, its Board of Directors and its officers, agents, and employees

against any and all losses, claims, costs, damages and liability for or by reason of any death or

deaths of, or any physical injury or injuries to, any person or persons or damages to real or

personal property of any kind whatsoever, whether the person(s) or property of the Law Firm, its

agents or subcontractors, or of third parties, arising out of, or alleged to arise out of, the

performance of the services under this Agreement, including the concurrent or joint negligence,

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whether active or passive, of the District's Board of Directors and its officers, employees or

agents.

          17.   Non-Exclusive A_oreement. The Law Firm agrees that its employees shall devote

such time to the performance of its duties under this Agreement as is reasonably necessary.

Nothing herein shall be construed as a limitation upon the right of the Law Firm to engage in any

other consulting agreement, service agreement, business venture or other activity.

          18.   No- T
                .                       This document shall not create any right in or benefit to

parties other than the District and the Law Firm.

          19.   New Ageemmt. This Agreement, dated January 14, 1999, shall replace the

Agreement To Provide Professional Services, dated September 10, 1998. This replacement is

with mutual consent of the parties, the Law Firm and the District, and is to effectuate the

additional consideration provided by both parties.




                                                 7                           Rev. December 16, 1998
         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Agreement to be executed the day

and year first above written.


                                          CLARK COUNTY
                                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT



                                          By: L A N C E T L I N E
                                          Title:-

ATTEST:



By:
Title:


                                          BAKER & HOSTETLER, L.L.P.

                                        /                   /




APPROVED AS TO FORM:

STEWART L. BELL
DISTRICT ATTORNEY



                           Y'
Deputy District Attorney




                                             8                        Rev. December 16, 1998
                        CLARK COUNTY
               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                          AGENDA ITEM

SUBJECT:

UTILIZATION OF OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES’ BIDS AND CONTRACTS;
APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT



                  RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                 Authorize the utilization of other governmental agencies’
                       bids and annual contracts to purchase office furniture and
                       equipment and approve the purchase of the furniture and
                       equipment in an amount not to exceed $79,940




                                                             RFCD AGENDA
                                                             ITEM #11
                                                             Date: 01/14/99




                                                                    L
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                    AGENDA ITEM

SUBTECT:

 UTILIZATION OF OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES’ BIDS AND CONTRACTS;
 APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 ACTION TO AUTHORIZE THE UTILIZATION OF OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES’
 BIDS AND ANNUAL CONTRACTS TO PURCHASE OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT
 AND APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF THE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT IN AN AMOUNT
 NOT TO EXCEED $79,940

FISCAL IMPACT:

Funds are budgeted in account #286-3550-8040 in the amount of $79,940.

BACKGROUND:

At the April 9, 1998 meeting, the Board approved the FY 1998-99 budget which included office
furniture and equipment in the amount of $79,940. In accordance with NRS 332.195, the District may
join or use the contracts of other local governmental agencies with the consent of the vendor. Approval
of this item allows the General Manager to purchase furniture and equipment not to exceed the budgeted
allocation and allows the District the use of all existing and future governmental agencies’ office
furniture and equipment bids and contracts.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                      7
                                                      I RFCDAGENDA I
                                               I




Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer
01 1499furn-bid.itm2
                        CLARK COUNTY
              REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                         AGENDA ITEM

SUBJECT:

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT WITH NEVADA SERVICE EMPLOYEES
UNION (NSEU/SEIU), LOCAL 1107



                 RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                Ratify and authorize the Chairman to sign.




                                                           RFCD AGENDA
                                                           ITEM #12
                                                           Date: 01/14/99
                                     CLARK COUNTY
                            REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                                      AGENDA ITEM
 SUBJECT:

 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT WITH NEVADA SERVICE EMPLOYEES
 UNION (NSEU/SEIU), LOCAL 1107
 PETITIONER:

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER
 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 RATIFY AND AUTHORIZE THE CHAIRMAN TO SIGN THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
 AGREEMENT WITH THE NSEU/SEIU, LOCAL 1107 EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 18, 1998
 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2002; AND EXTEND THE SAME SALARY AND CATASTROPHIC
 LEAVE BENEFIT CHANGES TO OTHER RFCD EMPLOYEES EXCEPT PART-TIME HOURLY
 AND TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES

FISCAL IMPACT:

The cost of a 3.75% increase to the District during FY 1998/99 is approximately $33,396 for salaries
and benefits. Increases for FY 1999/00 through FY 2001/02 will be 3.75%, 3.50%, and 3.50%. The
fiscal impact is expected to be comparable to that of FY 98/99. Funds for the current year will be
absorbed within the existing District budget while the funding for future increases will be addressed
through the normal budget process.

BACKGROUND:

On December 10, 1998, a tentative agreement was reached between Clark County and Nevada Service
Employees UniodSEIU, Local 1107, on a new agreement to be effective December 18, 1998, through
June 30, 2002. After holding a series of meetings with the employees, the NSEU membership ratified
the agreement on December 17, 1998. The Board of County Commissioners approved the agreement
on December 18, 1998.

The entire Collective Bargaining Agreement was subject to renegotiation. Through negotiations twenty-
four (24) of the articles were amended. A new article on Certification Pay (Article 12) has been added
to the Collective Bargaining Agreement. One (1) Letter of Agreement (page 111 in the backup) was
negotiated by the parties. Attachment I provides a summary of the substantive changes to each article.
Attachment 1 contains the proposed entire agreement including changed and new articles in their entirety
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(with new language capitalized and deleted language bracketed and underlined) for your information.

Respectfully submitted,
                                                       RFCD AGENDA
                                                       ITEM #12


Gale Wm. Fraser, 11, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer                                                     01 1499nseu.itm
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ARTICLE 3 - RECOGNITION
County provides 7 days advance notice of additions to classifications, instead of 30 days as is
currently required; provides for more detailed reporting requirements.

ARTICLE 8 - UNION RIGHTS
Increases hours provided to Chief Stewards to conduct Union business; provides for multiple
Chief Stewards to be scheduled off with pay to conduct Union business, increases the threshold
for designating additional department stewards i large departments; clarifies circumstances in
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which an employee is entitled to Union representation;

ARTICLE 10 - LABORAMANAGEMENT AND SAFETY COMMZTTEES
Reduces the number of members to the Safety Committee from 14 to 10.

ARTICLE 11 - DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURE
Consolidates procedures for contract interpretation and discipline related grievances; provides for
one process for both contract interpretation and discipline related grievances; requires written
responses of al grievance decisions to be sent to the Union and employee; eliminates predemotion
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and pre-termination meeting requirements.

ARTICLE 12 - CERTIFICATION PAY (NEW ARTICLE)
Provides for employees in specific classifications at the Airport meeting eligibility requirements
to continue receiving certification pay; permits employees in other areas who meet eligibility
requirements to receive certification pay.

ARTICLE 13 - PERSONNEL LAYOFF. RECALL AND APPEAL PROCEDURE
Provides for employees laid-off to be recalled on a County-wide basis, provided the employee
meets the minimum qualifications for the position.

ARTICLE 16 - INITIAL APPOINTMENT. REHTRE. PROMOTION. TRANSFER AND
DEMOTION
An .additional section was negotiated regarding the I/II training program.

ARTICLE 18 - OVERTIME, CALL BACK AND STANDBY PAY
All employees covered under the Collective Bargaining Agreement are eligible to receive comp
time and overtime.

ARTICLE 20 - ACTING PAY
Eligibility requirements to receive Acting Pay were amended from 9 consecutive shifts to 5
consecutive shifts, to conform to the basic workweek.
ARTICLE 21 - SALARY ADJUSTMENT                  4
Removes requirement for Union and County to jointly develop performance standards in each
department; provides for the Adjustment Within the Salary Range section to be reopened to
negotiation in the Year 2000.

ARTICLE 23 - VACATION
Employees with 10 years or more of creditable service, who use 80 hours or more vacation during
the year and have a minimum carry balance of 220 hours are eligible. to sell-back 20 hours of
vacation leave at the end of the calendar year.

ARTICLE 24 - SICK LEAVE
Conditions under which the employer may contact an employee at home while on sick leave were
clarified; the catastrophic leave p r o e m was extended to include employees that need to care for
immediate family members; employees are eligible to receive up to a maximum of 80 hours in
donated sick leave to be used over a 20 day period to care for immediate family members.

ARTICLE 32 - LONGEVITY
Eligibility requirement for employees hired after October 15, 1991, was changed from 10 years
of creditable service to 8 years of creditable service.

ARTICLE 34 - TOOLS AND UNIFORMS
Classifications eligible to receive a tool allowance were updated; a new section regarding a
uniform allowance for specific classifications in certain departments was added.

ARTICLE 35 - TIME AND ATTENDANCE
Eliminates requirement for department committees, comprised of Union and County
representatives, to develop department attendance policies; provides for a County-Wide committee
to address the development of a County-wide attendance policy.

LETTER OF AGREEMENT - EXCESS DEFERRED COMPENSATION
Requires the County to recommend to the Board an excess deferred compensation plan for post-
retiree medical benefits pursuant to Internal Revenue Code 457.
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                                         ARTICLE I
                                         Agreement

This Agreement is made and entered into this      [e]
                                                 18TH day of December, [1996] 1998,
by and between the Nevada Service Employees Union/SEIU, Local 1107, hereinafter
referred to as the “Union” and the County of Clark, a government entity of the State of
Nevada, Clark County Regional Transportation Commission, Clark County Law Library,
Clark County Regional Flood Control District, and Clark County Sanitation District,
hereinafter referred to as the “County”.


                                         ARTICLE 2
                                           Intent

It is the purpose of this Agreement to promote and provide a responsible labor relations
policy between the County and the employees covered herein; to secure an orderly and
equitable disposition of grievances which may arise under the Agreement; and to set forth
the full and entire understanding of the parties reached as a result of good faith
negotiations regarding the wages, hours, and other specified conditions of employment of
the employees covered hereby. It is intended by the provisions of this Agreement that
there be no abrogation of the duties, obligations or responsibilities of the County expressly
provided for by federal law, state statutes, and/or local ordinances, except as expressly
limited herein.


                                        ARTICLE 3
                                        Recognition

1.       The County hereby recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive collective
         bargaining representative of the County employees assigned to the classifications
         listed in Appendix A who are eligible to be represented by the Union except as
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         limited by Section 2 of this Article. [Thirtv davs prior to anv formal action bv the
         Countv. the Union shall be notified when additions or deletions to these
         classifications are pro-iected. The Union and the Countv shall meet and confer
         reaardina the Droposed chanaes during the 30 dav time frame.] THE UNION SHALL
         BE NOTIFIED OF ADDITIONS TO THE LIST OF CLASSIFICATIONS (APPENDIX
         A), WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS OF POSTING FOR THE POSITION
         CLASSIFICATION AND SHALL RECEIVE 30 DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE OF ANY
         DELETIONS. UPON WRllTEN REQUEST BY THE UNION, THE PARTIES SHALL
         MEET AND CONFER REGARDING DELETIONS WITHIN THE 30 DAY


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     NOTIFICATION PERIOD REFERENCED HEREIN. Both parties recognize that the
     Union retains its right to appeal under tte provisions of NRS 288.170.

2.   County employees who a r e excluded from the bargaining unit a r e as follows:

     a.    T h o s e employees certified to another bargaining unit under the provisions
           of NRS Chapter 288.

     b.     Elected officials.

     c.    Administrative e m p I oyees.

     d.     Employees of Clark County Human Resources a n d all other confidential
            employees.

     e.     Employees exempted in accordance with NRS 245.216 a n d NRS 3.310.

     f.     Probationary employees.

     g.     Temporary employees.

     h.     Part-time hourly employees.

     I.     Volunteers.

3.   Subject to the provisions of NRS 288, the County reserves the right to withdraw
     recognition of the Union in the event the Union:

     a.     Fails to present a copy of each change in its constitution or bylaws, if any,
            o r to give notice of any change in the roster of its officers, if any, and
            representatives;

     b.     Disavows its pledge not to strike against the local government employer
            under any circumstances;

     c.     C e a s e s to be supported by a majority of the local government employees in
            t h e bargaining unit for which it is recognized;

     d.     Fails to negotiate in good faith with the local government employer.

     Such action shall only be taken if the County first receives the written permission
     of t h e Local Government Employee-Management Relations Board.


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4.     ON A MONTHLY BASIS, the County shallprovide [monthlvl to the Union [the name.
       classification. and department of each new hire bv the Countv who would be eliaible
       for inclusion within the unit. and shall allow the Union 30 minutes to Dresent
       information at e a c h new hire orientation.] THE FOLLOWING RELATED TO
       COUNTY EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE FOR INCLUSION WITHIN THE UNIT:

       A.     NEW HIRES BY NAME, HOME ADDRESS, CLASSIFICATION, AND
              DEPARTMENT.

       B.     EMPLOYEES SEPARATED FROM EMPLOYMENT. THE REPORT SHALL
              INDICATE THE CLASSIFICATION, DEPARTMENT AND THE DATE OF
              THE ACTION.

       C.     EMPLOYEES BEING TRANSFERRED OR PROMOTED. THE REPORT
              SHALL INDICATE THE DATE OF THE ACTION AS WELL AS THE
              CLASSIFICATION AND DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO AND AT THE
              COMPLETION OF THE ACTION.

       ON A QUARTERLY BASIS, THE COUNTY SHALL PROVIDE TO THE UNION A
       COMPLETE LIST OF COUNTY EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE FOR INCLUSION IN THE
       UNIT, AND SHALL INDICATE CLASSIFICATION AND DEPARTMENT FOR EACH
       EMPLOYEE LISTED. All information is furnished for the exclusive use of the Union
       a n d shall not be used for any other purpose or b e given to any other person or
       organization without the express written approval of the employee involved. THE
       COUNTY SHALL ALLOW THE UNION 30 MINUTES TO PRESENT INFORMATION
       AT EACH NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION.


                                        ARTICLE 4
                                  Discrimination Clause

The County, the Union, and any other party bound by this Agreement shall e a c h apply the
provisions of this Agreement equally to all employees in the Union without discrimination
a s to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, a g e , physical or visual handicap,
national origin or because of political or personal reasons or affiliations.


                                       ARTICLE 5
                                    Anti-Strike Clause

The Union a g r e e s not to strike, nor to endorse, support, assist or encourage in any way
a n y individual employee or group of employees to participate in any strike against the
county.

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                                    ARTICLE 6
                                 ManagernedRights

1.   The County is entitled, without negotiation, to the sole right and authority to operate
     and direct the affairs of the County in all its various aspects. Those rights include
     but are not limited to the following:

     a.     To hire, direct, promote, assign, transfer, or take disciplinary action against
            any employee, but excluding the right to [harass an emplovee throucjh
            reassianment] ASSIGN or transfer as a form of discipline. Transfers and
            reassignmentsfor the improvement of personnel staffing and utilization shall
            not be deemed a form of discipline.

     b.     To reduce in force or lay off any employee because of lack of work or lack
            of funds. In exercising this right, the local government employer shall
            comply with all other applicable provisions of NRS,if any.

     C.     To determine:

            (1)    Appropriate staffing levels and work performance standards, except
                   for safety considerations;

            (2)    The content of the workday, including without limitation workload
                   factors, except for safety considerations;

            (3)    The quality and quantity of services to be offered to the public;

            (4)    The means and methods of offering those services; and

            (5)    The supplier of goods and services. No permanent employee will be
                   laid off as an initial result of contracting goods and services.

     d.     To maintain the efficiency of its governmental operations.

     e.     To determine the methods, means, and personnel by which its operations
            are to be conducted; and

     f.     To take whatever actions may be necessary to carry out its responsibilities
            in situations of emergency.

2.   AI1 rights and responsibilities of the County not specifically modified by the
     Agreement shall remain the functions of the County. The above enumerated
     management rights shall not contravene the expressed terms of this Agreement and


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                                      ARTICLE 7
                                   Employee Rights

     T h e County a n d the Union agree that employees eligible for membership in the
     Union shall have and shall be protected in the exercise of their right freely and
     without fear of penalty and reprisal, to form, join, a n d participate in authorized and
     appropriate Union functions. The freedom of such employees to assist the Union
     shall be recognized as extending to participation in the management of the Union
     in the capacity of a Union officer or steward, including, following notification of the
     appropriate management representatives, presentation of its views to the officials
     of the County. The County shall not interfere, restrain, or discriminate against any
     employee exercising hidher rights under this Section.

2.   The County shall provide bulletin boards of a t least 24 x 36 inches for u s e by the
     Union to enable employees in the bargaining unit to see notices posted thereon
     when reporting to or leaving their work stations or during their break periods.

3.   All notices which appear on the Union's bulletin boards shall be posted by the
     highest ranking local Union official [in the baraainina unit] OR, THEIR DESIGNEE,
     AS IDENTIFIED IN WRITING and shall relate to items of interest to the members.
     Union notices relating to the following matters may be posted without the necessity
     of receiving the County management representative's prior approval:

     a.     Union recreational and social affairs;

     b.     Notice of Union meetings;

     c.     Union officers and committee appointments;

     d.     Notice of Union elections;

     e.     Results of Union elections:

     f.     Reports of standing committees and independent a r m s of t h e Union; and

     g.     Publications, rulings or policies of the Union.

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     All other notices o any kind not covered by (a) through (9) above must receive the
     prior approval of the Clark County Human Resources Director. It is also understood
     that no material may b e posted on bulletin boards a t any time which contain the

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     following:                                4

     a.     Personal attacks upon any other member or any other employee;

     b.     Scandalous, scurrilous or derogatory attacks upon the administration;

     c.     Attacks on any other employee organization, regardless of whether the
            organization has local membership; and

     d.     Attacks on and/or favorable comments regarding a candidate for a partisan
            political office within County government.


                                    ARTICLE 8
                                    Union Rights

1.   Union stewards will be designated by the Union. The number of stewards allowable
     will be determined in the following manner:

     A.     THE UNION MAY DESIGNATE A MINIMUM OF ONE (1) STEWARD FOR
            EACH DEPARTMENT. IN DEPARTMENTS WITH 200 OR MORE UNION
            ELIGIBLE EMPLOYEES, THE UNION MAY DESIGNATE AN ADDITIONAL
            STEWARD FOR EACH GROUP OF EMPLOYEES ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE
            UNION OVER 100 (OR PART THEREOF) WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT. IN
            DEPARTMENTS WITH LESS THAN 200 UNION ELIGIBLE EMPLOYEES,
            the Union may designate [one (1) steward for each Countv department and]
            an additional steward for each group of employees eligible to join the Union
            over 75 (or part thereof) within the department. There may be up to three (3)
            additional Union stewards, that are to be assigned to represent County
            employees in remote work locations that do not have a steward assigned to
            that location.

     B.     WITHIN 30 DAYS OF THE SIGNING OF THIS AGREEMENT, the Union
            shall [notifv] PROVIDE the CLARK County HUMAN RESOURCES
            DIRECTOR, in writing, [of the names of the stewards and their respective
            jurisdictional area within 30 calendar davs of the effective date of anv such
            desianation. Stewards shall not be eliaible for release from dutv for Union
            activities and business as defined in ParaaraPhs 3 and 7 of this Article until
             Clark Countv Human Resources receives notification of their official status
            as stewards.] A COMPLETE LIST OF STEWARDS AND ELECTED
             OFFICERS, AND INDICATE THEIR DEPARTMENTAL ASSIGNMENTS.
            THE UNION WILL NOTIFY THE COUNTY, IN WRITING, WITHIN 10
            WORKING DAYS OF ANY CHANGE REGARDING STEWARDS OR


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            ELECTED OFFICERS.
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2.   All stewards shall submit a leave request form to notify and receive approval for
     release from duty from their immediate supervisors each time they need to conduct
     a Union activity or business. A copy of all request forms approved for the release
     of duty for Union activities and business shall be sent immediately to Clark County
     Human Resources and the Union. Stewards shall be relieved of duty unless
     operational demands prohibit granting the request. Use of steward time shall not
     be abused by the employee and use of said time will not be unreasonably withheld
     by the immediate supervisor. An alternate Union steward may serve in the absence
     of the DEPARTMENTAL STEWARD(S) OR THE CHIEF STEWARD [respective
     steward] who is on authorized leave or is otherwise unavailable.

3.   Union business shall include the representation of employees at meetings
     scheduled and held with the department DIRECTOR [head] or designee, grievance
     review hearings, termination hearings, attendance at the [monthlvl
     LaborIManagement and Safety Committee meetings and the monthly Union steward
     meetings. Any other Union related activities shall be deducted from the hours
     defined in Section 7.

4.   Only one (1 ) steward shall be allowed to represent an employee at a meeting or
     hearing during any one shift. IN THE CASE OF A NEWLY ELECTED OR DULY
     APPOINTED STEWARD, THAT STEWARD SHALL HAVE THE OPPORTUNIV
     TO ACCOMPANY A STEWARD AT A MEETING OR HEARING AS AN
     OBSERVER. A NEWLY ELECTED OR DULY APPOINTED STEWARD SHALL BE
     CONSIDERED A STEWARD WHO IS WITHIN 90 DAYS OF BEING ELECTED OR
     APPOINTED. A STEWARD’S ATTENDANCE AT SUCH MEETINGS OR
     HEARINGS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. An
     employee is entitled to be represented by a Union steward at all meetings where
     discipline is given in writing. AFTER BEING NOTIFIED OF AN IMPENDING
     INVESTIGATORY INTERVIEW, OR A MEETING AT WHICH DISCIPLINE IS TO
     BE GIVEN IN WRITING, THE AFFECTED EMPLOYEE MAY ELECT TO HAVE A
     UNION REPRESENTATIVE PRESENT. In addition, if DURING THE COURSE OF
     A MEETING an employee [fears] HAS REASONABLE BELIEF that disciplinary
     action will result from a meeting with management then an employee may request
     a Union steward attend the meeting as his/her representative. If an employee’s
     departmental steward(S) OR CHIEF STEWARD is not available and the employee
     requests Union representation, a steward from another department may represent
     the employee. THE UNION OR THE EMPLOYEE SHALL DESIGNATE THE
     STEWARD WHO WILL REPRESENT AN EMPLOYEE AT A MEETING OR
     HEARING. Monthly Union steward meetings shall be held no earlier than 4:OO p.m.
     The Union shall furnish the Clark County Human Resources Director a copy of the
     record of attendance of the steward meeting.


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5.   Two (2) non-employee representatives of the Union may meet with an employee on
     County work premises for the purpose $f preparing for a grievance or arbitration
     hearing during the employee's work hours once the employee has requested to be
     released from duty through the leave request form process. Other Union business
     conducted by non-employee representatives must be conducted during the
     employee's work breaks or lunch period.

6.   Union activities and business shall not interfere with any employee's duties. All
     stewards, and non-employee representatives must notify and obtain permission
     from an employee's immediate supervisor before entering the work area during
     working hours to meet with an employee. Upon entering the work area during
     breaks or lunch periods, stewards and non-employee representatives must identify
     themselves and make arrangements to meet with a particular employee.

7.   For each separate fiscal year covered by the term of this Agreement, the Union will
     be allocated a total of 1,000 hours leave without loss of pay for designated Union
     members to investigate grievances, attend conferences, legislative sessions or
     conventions, and other Union business not specified in Section 3. Per diem and/or
     travel shall not be provided by the County. Such leave shall not be cumulative from
     fiscal year to fiscal year. The County shall not be responsible for any industrial
     injury claims resulting from activities performed on behalf of the Union away from
     County work locations during normal duty hours.

8.   r h e five ( 5 ) members of the Union neaotiating committee and one (1) alternate
     committee member shall be aranted leave from dutv with full pav on the dav of
     negotiation sessions with the Countv for all meetinas held for the purpose of
     reneaotiatina the terms of this contract when such meetinas take dace at a time
     when such members are scheduled to be on dutv. ] THE UNION SHALL BE
     REPRESENTED DURING NEGOTIATION SESSIONS BY A NEGOTIATING
     COMMllTEE OF NOT MORE THAN TEN (IO) UNION MEMBERS AT ANY TIME,
     DESIGNATED BY THE UNION. COMMITTEE MEMBERS SHALL BE GRANTED
     LEAVE FROM DUTY WITH FULL PAY ON THE DAY OF NEGOTIATION
     SESSIONS WITH THE COUNTY FOR ALL MEETINGS HELD FOR THE
     PURPOSE OF RENEGOTIATING THE TERMS OF THIS CONTRACT WHEN
     SUCH MEETINGS TAKE PLACE AT A TIME WHEN SUCH MEMBERS ARE
     SCHEDULED TO BE ON DUTY.

9.   UNION PRESIDENTKHIEF STEWARDS

     a.     If the Union President is an employee of the County, he/she shall be
            scheduled 40 hours paid time off per calendar week to accomplish general
            Union business. As a practical matter for employment record keeping, the
            Union President will be assigned to the departm'ent head of the department


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     in which he/she is employed. The Union President will keep thelR
     department head informed of [his/h%r]THEIR whereabouts and activities and
     will continue to follow vacation and sick leave request, approval and usage
     policies. UP TO 4 CHIEF STEWARD(S), AS DESIGNATED BY THE
     UNION, SHALL BE SCHEDULED IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF 20
     HOURS PAID TIME OFF PER CALENDAR WEEK TO ACCOMPLISH
     GENERAL UNION BUSINESS.                 ONCE APPOINTED, THE CHIEF
     STEWARDS SHALL BE SCHEDULED BY THE UNION AND SUCH
     SCHEDULE SHALL NOT BE CHANGED, UNLESS THIRTY DAYS
     ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE CHANGE IS GIVEN BY THE UNION TO THE
     COUNTY. THE UNION SHALL NOTIFY THE CLARK COUNTY HUMAN
     RESOURCES DIRECTOR IN WRITING OF THE CHIEF STEWARDS’
     SCHEDULES AND CHANGES RELATED THERETO. THE CHIEF
     STEWARDS WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THEIR SUPERVISOR AND WILL BE
     REQUIRED TO ADHERE TO THEIR ESTABLISHED SCHEDULES FOR
     WORK AND UNION BUSINESS. CHIEF STEWARDS WILL CONTINUE
     TO FOLLOW VACATION AND SICK LEAVE REQUEST, APPROVAL AND
     USAGE POLICIES. The scheduling of such leave will be at the discretion
     of the CHIEF STEWARD’S SUPERVISOR and must be approved in writing
     before it is used.

b.   If the Union President is not an employee of the County, UP TO 4 CHIEF
     STEWARDS, AS DESIGNATED BY THE UNION, SHALL BE SCHEDULED
     IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF 32 HOURS PAID TIME OFF PER
     CALENDAR WEEK TO ACCOMPLISH GENERAL UNION BUSINESS.
     ONCE APPOINTED, THE CHIEF STEWARDS SHALL BE SCHEDULED BY
     THE UNION AND SUCH SCHEDULE SHALL NOT BE CHANGED, UNLESS
     THIRTY DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE CHANGE IS GIVEN BY THE
     UNION TO THE COUNTY. THE UNION SHALL NOTIFY THE CLARK
     COUNlY HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR IN WRITING OF THE CHIEF
     STEWARDS’ SCHEDULES AND CHANGES RELATED THERETO. THE
     CHIEF STEWARDS WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THEIR SUPERVISOR AND
     WILL BE REQUIREDTO ADHERE TO THEIR ESTABLISHED SCHEDULES
     FOR WORK AND UNION BUSINESS.                  CHIEF STEWARDS WILL
     CONTINUE TO FOLLOW VACATION AND SICK LEAVE REQUEST,
     APPROVAL AND USAGE POLICIES. The scheduling of such leave will be
     at the discretion of the CHIEF STEWARD’S SUPERVISOR and must be
     approved in writing before it is used.

C.   UNION BUSINESS, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 3 OF THIS ARTICLE,
     SHALL BE COORDINATED BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND THE CHIEF
     STEWARD TO    ENCOURAGE THEIR PARTICIPATION IN SUCH
     MEETINGS WHEN ON PAID LEAVE STATUS. IN THE EVENT THE


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            EMPLOYER SCHEDULES A MEETING OR HEARING AT A DATE OR TIME
            WHEN THE CHIEF STEWARD% ON DUTY, THE CHIEF STEWARD
            SHALL BE PERMITTED TO A T E N D SUCH MEETING AND SUCH
            ATENDANCE SHALL NOT BE CHARGED TO THE BANK HOURS UNDER
            SECTION 7 OF THIS ARTICLE.

10.   An employee will not be compensated for participating in Union activities, business
      or attendance at negotiation meetings outside of his/her scheduled shift.


                                     ARTICLE 9
                                Employee Deductions

1.    The County shall deduct from the wages of those employees who are members of
      the Union and pay over to the proper officers of the Union any monies which the
      Union advises may be due it from such members, provided that the employee who
      is a member of the Union has individually and voluntarily authorized such
      deductions to be made. The form of authorization shall be approved by the County
      and the Union.

2.    The County agrees not to honor any checkoff authorizations or dues deduction
      authorizations executed by any employee in the bargaining unit in favor of any other
      labor organization or organization representing employees for purposes of
      negotiationfor wages, hours, and working conditions, and other fringe benefits for
      its members unless otherwise authorized by the Local Government
      Employee-Management Relations Board.

3.    The Union agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the County harmless against any
      and all claims or suits that may arise out of or by reason of action taken by the
      County in reliance upon any authorization cards submitted by the Union to the
      County. The Union agrees to refund to the County any amounts paid to it in error
      on account of the payroll deduction provision upon presentation of proper evidence
      of error or mistake.

4.    Dues deduction authorization shall be irrevocable for a period of one (1) year and
      automatically renewed each year thereafter commencing October 1, except that
      authorization may be withdrawn by an employee during the month of October of
      each year. Such provision will appear on the Membership Application and Dues
      Deduction Authorization Card. If dues deduction authorization is not revoked
      during such period it shall continue until the following October.

5.    The Union will certify to Clark County Human Resources, in writing, the current rate
      of membership dues. The County will be notified of any change in the rate of


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     membership dues 30 days prior to the effective date of such change.
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     a.     If the County is notified of a 75% or more increase in Union dues, it may
            require that each member re-sign dues authorization cards, reflecting the
            amount of increase.

6.   The County will not be required to honor for any month's deduction any
     authorizations that are delivered to it later than seven (7) days prior to the second
     payday of the month.

7.   If an employee-member transfers to another bargaining unit position from one
     County department to another, he/she shall be continued on the dues deduction
     rolls.


                               ARTICLE 10
                   LabodManagement and Safety Committees

1.   The LaborIManagement Committee shall be composed of ten (10) employees--five
     (5) members, from different departments, representing the Union and five (5)
     members, from different departments, representing management. Union committee
     members shall be appointed by the Union PRESIDENT; management committee
     members shall be appointed by the Clark County [Human Resources Director]
     MANAGER OR HIS/HER DESIGNEE. Members of the committee shall serve at the
     pleasure of the appointing party. [The committee shall meet monthlv or less
     frequentlv when mutuallv aareed.] The meetings will be held [at 4:OO ~ m . 1
     MONTHLY, OR LESS FREQUENTLY AS DETERMINED BY THE PARTIES, on
     mutually agreed dates and TIMES AND shall be for the purposes of:

     a.     Discussing the administration of this Agreement;

     b.     Exchanging general information of interest to the parties;

     c.     Giving the Union representatives the opportunity to share the views of their
            members and/or make suggestions on subjects of interest to their members;
            and

     d.     Discuss and develop procedures for publicizing the programs available
            within the County that will provide training for employees INCLUDING
            THOSE PROGRAMS that may lead to promotional opportunities within the
            organization.

2.   THE LABOWMANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SHALL HAVE NO AUTHORITY TO:
      A.        MAKE ANY DECISIONS BINDING THE PARTIES;

      B.    '   BARGAIN FOR THE PARTIES ON ANY ISSUE; OR,

      C.        DETERMINE DISPOSITION OF ANY GRIEVANCE(S).

[2]3.a.         T h e County will continue to undertake all reasonable efforts to provide for
                employee health a n d safety in accordance with all laws applicable to its
                operations concerning the safety of employees covered by this Agreement.
                All s u c h employees shall comply with all safety rules a n d regulations
                established by the County.

      b.        In order to facilitate this policy, the Safety Committee shall be composed of
                [14] TEN ( I O ) employees, [seven (711 FIVE (5) members, from different
                departments, representing the Union and [seven (711 FIVE (5) members,
                from different departments representing management. Union committee
                members shall be appointed by the Union President; management
                committee members shall be appointed by the Clark County [Human
                Resources Director] MANAGER OR HIS/HER DESIGNEE. The parties will
                alternate the chairing of the committee.

      c.        T h e Union may appoint o n e (1) Union safety representative in e a c h
                department to discuss safety issues and concerns with other employees of
                t h e department. Meetings of t h e s e representatives shall only occur while
                they are off duty, in leave status, or using Union bank hours.

      d.        T h e Safety Committee shall meet monthly [at 4:OO ~ . m . ] ,OR LESS
                FREQUENTLY AS DETERMINED BY THE PARTIES, o n mutually agreed
                d a t e s AND TIMES to discuss and make recommendations on the
                maintenance of proper safety standards, the responsibility of employees
                Concerning safety practices, and to give input in the development of overall
                accident prevention programs and elements. Agenda items will be prepared
                a n d submitted to the office of Risk Management o n e (I) e k prior to t h e
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                scheduled meeting.

      e-.       Recommendations o n c h a n g e s to safety practices, equipment and/or
                facilities shall be prepared by the chairperson and forwarded to the
                appropriate department head for response. If the department h e a d fails to
                respond o r to satisfy the recommendation within 60 d a y s from the date
                received, t h e recommendation may be forwarded by agreement of the
                committee to the County Manager. The County Manager's decision is final.

[3]4. To facilitate the adjustment of work schedules, the committee will notify all members

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      a n d their immediate supervisors of the d a t e s and times of committee meetings
      immediately upon the parties reaching mutual agreement as to t h e date of any such
      meeting.

[4]5. Union committee members shall not lose pay for time spent in any meetings
      authorized by t h e provisions of this Article. Time spent in any meeting authorized
      by the provisions of this Article shall be counted as time worked for t h e purpose of
      computing overtime only if the time spent falls within the employee's regularly
      scheduled work hours.


                                      ARTICLE 11
         [Grievance a n d Arbitration] DISPUTE RESOLUTION P r o c e d u r e s

1.    [Grievance defined: ]A grievance is defined as a filed dispute between the Union,
      on behalf of a n employee(s), and the County over the interpretation and/or
      application of t h e express terms of this Agreement O R A DISPUTE OVER THE
      ISSUANCE OF DISCIPLINE AS DEFINED HEREIN. A grievance shall not b e
      defined to include any matter or action taken by the County or its representatives
      for which the NERC h a s jurisdiction or any matter specifically excluded from
      grievance and arbitration by other provisions of this Agreement. IThe Drocedure for
      disciplinary matters is addressed in a separate Article of this Acjreement and
      therefore disciplinarv matters are not subiect to this arievance and arbitration
      procedure.] Disputes specifically excluded in other Articles of this Agreement from
      t h e [grievance and arbitration] DISPUTE RESOLUTION procedures shall not b e
      construed as WlTHin the purview of this Article.

2.    If mutually agreed, either party may request, in writing, a waiver of the time
      limitations set forth in this article. A grievance shall be considered abandoned if not
      filed and processed by the union on behalf of the employee, where indicated in
      accordance with the time limitations. Failure on the part of t h e county to respond
      t o a grievance in accordance with the time limits s e t forth in this agreement shall
      result in the grievance advancing to the next step of the procedure. T h e failure on
      the part of management to process a grievance will be given serious weight in the
      resolution or retroactivity of an award. A waiver of timeliness requested by the
      union will be taken into consideration in the determination of any retroactive award.

3.    No prejudicial, discriminatory or retaliatory action may be taken, at any time, by the
      Union or the County against any person for hidher participation in or statements
      made in the investigation or settlement of a grievance.




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SECTION 1 - CONTRACT lNTERPRETATlON/ARBITRATION PROCEDURE
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Step 1 - Department Head Response

The Union, on behalf of an employee, who believes that the employee has a grievance
relating to the interpretation and application of the express terms of the agreement shall
reduce the grievance to writing and submit it to the employee's department head within ten
(10) working days of the employee's knowledge of the contract violation. The grievance
shall state the violation and cite the Article and Section. WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS
(THE DEFINITION OF A WORKING DAY IS DEFINED HEREIN) OF RECEIPT OF THE
GRIEVANCE, the department head or hidher designee, A HUMAN RESOURCES
REPRESENTATIVE/LIAISON, A UNION REPRESENTATIVE, AND THE AFFECTED
EMPLOYEE will [within ten ClO) workina days of receipt (the definition of workina dav is
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defined in the Disciplinarv Article)], meet [with the Union and affected em~lovee] try to
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resolve the problem. I DESIRED, BOTH PARTIES MAY CHOOSE AN ADDITIONAL
REPRESENTATIVE WHO MAY A T E N D THE MEETING. If the problem i not resolved  s
at the meeting, the department head, OR HIS/HER DESIGNEE, shall have five (5) working
days from the date of the meeting to respond IN WRITING to the grievance. THE
RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT BY CERTIFIED MAIL TO THE UNION EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR. COPIES OF THE RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT TO THE HUMAN
RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE/LIAISON, THE UNION REPRESENTATIVE, AND THE
AFFECTED EMPLOYEE.

Step 2 - Countv Manaaer ResRonse

If the grievance is not settled at Step 1, the Union, on behalf of an employee(s), may,
within five (5) working days of the receipt of the department head's decision, file AN
APPEAL OF the hrievance] DECISION with the Clark County Human Resources Director
as representative of the County [Manaaer], AS DEFINED IN ARTICLE 1. WITHIN 10
WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THE REQUEST FOR APPEAL, The County Manager,
or his/HER designee, will [,within ten f l 0 ) workina davs of receipt,] meet with THE
AFFECTED EMPLOYEE, A UNION REPRESENTATIVE, AND A HUMAN RESOURCES
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REPRESENTATIVE, [the Union and the affected em~lovee] try to resolve the problem.
IF DESIRED, BOTH PARTIES MAY CHOOSE AN ADDITIONAL REPRESENTATIVE WHO
MAY ATTEND THE MEETING. If the problem is not resolved at the meeting, the County
Manager or designee shall have five (5) working days to respond in writing to the
grievance giving his decision. THE RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT BY CERTIFIED MAIL
TO THE UNION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. COPIES OF THE RESPONSE SHALL BE
SENT TO THE AFFECTED EMPLOYEE AND DEPARTMENT, AND THE UNION
REPRESENTATIVE.




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Steo 3 - Arbitration
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1.    If the Step 2 decision is unacceptable, the Union, on behalf of an employee, may
      make a written request for arbitration within five (5) working days of receipt of the
      Step 2 decision. In such event, the parties shall MEET WITHIN TEN ( I O ) DAYS
      AND jointly request the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) or, if
      unacceptable to either of the parties, the American Arbitration Association (AAA)
      to furnish a panel of five (5) arbitrators from which the arbitrator shall be selected.
      Both parties shall make every effort to mutually set forth the issue(s) to be
      arbitrated in advance of the arbitration hearing date. The selection shall be
      accomplished by the Union first and the County next, each striking one (1) name
      from the list in turn until only one (I)      name remains. A permanent panel of
      arbitrators may be established by the parties and may be utilized on a case by case
      basis provided both parties agree to do so in writing.

2.     The arbitrator's decision shall be final and binding on all parties to this Agreement
       as long as the arbitrator does not exceed his/her authority set forth [in Section d]
       below and as long as the arbitrator performs hidher functions in accordance with
       the case law regarding labor arbitration, the provisions of the -U.S. Uniform
       Arbitration Act, and where applicable, NRS.

3.     The expenses of arbitration shall be borne equally by the Union and the County.
       Expenses incurred by either party in the preparation or presentation of its case are
       to be borne solely by the party incurring such expense.

4.     Only one (1) grievance may be decided by the arbitrator at any hearing; however,
       the parties may mutually agree to waive this requirement. The arbitrator shall not
       have the authority to modify, amend, alter, ignore, add to, or subtract from any of
       the provisions of this Agreement. The arbitrator is without power to issue an award
       inconsistent with the governing statutes and/or ordinances of the jurisdiction. The
       arbitrator, in the absence of expressed written agreement of the parties to this
       Agreement, shall have no authority to rule on any dispute between the parties which
       is not within the definition of a grievance set forth in this Article. The arbitrator shall
       consider and decide only the particular issues presented by the Union and the
       County, and the decision and award shall be based solely on hidher interpretation
       of the application of the express terms of this Agreement. Any and all settlements
       or awards issued by the arbitrator shall be limited in retroactivity to the date of
       alleged violation or date of the filing of the grievance as decided by the arbitrator.

5.     Subject to the provisions of Paragraph 2 of this Article, the arbitrator shall not have
       the authority to excuse a failure by the employee, the Union, or the County to
       comply with the time limitations set forth above unless mutually agreed by both
       parties.


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6.   IF THE PARTIES DISAGREE ABOUT THE ARBITRABILITY OF A GRIEVANCE,
     THE ARBITRATOR SHALL DECIDE fils ISSUE PRIOR TO HEARING THE
     MERITS O F THE CASE.

SECTION 2 - DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE

1.   Discipline [subiect to the disciplinarv procedure] is defined as an employee's
     suspension, demotion or involuntary termination from County service. Any matters
     for which the NERC or Equal Opportunity Division of [the Countv Manaaer's office]
     CLARK COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES have jurisdiction will be handled through
     a s e p a r a t e procedure identified in this Article, Section 3, NERClEOD Procedure.

2.   Labor relations hearing officers used [in Section 1] for Suspensions, [and Section
     J Demotions, a n d Involuntary Terminations of this Article shall be JOINTLY
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     SELECTED [appointed] by the parties. The labor relations hearing officers must
     meet the requirements established in the hearing officer guidelines. The labor
     relations hearing officer shall receive $70 per hour, up to a maximum of ten (10)
     hours p e r hearing. The fees of the labor relations hearing officer shall be borne
     equally by t h e Union a n d the County.

3.   The labor relations hearing officer shall conduct a n informal grievance proceeding
     adhering to the mutually developed procedures governing the process. THE
     HEARING OFFICER Fhese proceedinas held pursuant to Section 1 Susoensions,
     and Section 2 Demotions. and Involuntan/ Terminations of this Article] will consider
     the incident a n d the discipline in terms of severity of the action, evidence of
     progressive discipline a n d appropriateness of the disciplinary action. Progressive
     discipline is defined to include oral warning, o n e (1) or more written reprimand(s)
     and thereafter more severe disciplinary action. T h e Union recognizes the need for
     more severe initial disciplinary action in the event of major violation of established
     rules, regulations o r policies of the County or its operating departments. The
     decision to uphold the disciplinary action will be based on the reasonableness of
     t h e discipline imposed by the supervisor in response to t h e actions taken or not
     taken by t h e employee.

4.   Formal rules of evidence will not be followed in labor relations hearing officer
     proceedings.

5.   All suspensions, demotions a n d involuntary termination appeals of employees
     covered by this Agreement shall be handled solely in accordance with the
     procedure s e t forth in this [Article] SECTION, with the decision of the iabor relations
     hearing officer BEING final a n d binding on the parties.




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E      Disputes specificallv excluded in this Article or other Articles of this Agreement from
       either the arievance and arbitration Dror!edure or the disciolinarv Drocedure shall
       not be construed as in the purview of this Article.]

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7.     If mutuallv agreed. either partv mav request. in writing. a waiver of the time
       limitations set forth in this Article. A request for a disciplinary hearinq shall be
       considered abandoned if not filed and processed bv the emplovee, or Union on
       behalf of the emdovee. where indicated in accordance with the time limitations.
       Failure on the part of the Countv to respond in accordance with the time limits set
       forth in this Agreement shall result in the arievance advancing to the next steD of
       the procedure. The failure on the Dart of manaaement to Drocess a arievance will
       be aiven serious weiaht in the resolution or retroactivitv of an award. A waiver of
       timeliness requested bv the emplovee or hidher representative will be taken into
       consideration in the determination of anv retroactive award.

18.16. No employee who has satisfactorily completed probation may be demoted,
       suspended or terminated without just cause. Just cause may include, but not be
       limited to: inefficiency, incompetence, insubordination, moral turpitude, mental or
       physical disability as shown by competent medical evidence, habitual or excessive
       tardiness or absenteeism, abuse of sick leave or authorized leaves, withholding
       services as a result of a strike, and violation of established departmental work rules
       or procedures.

r 9 7 . Upon written request of the employee to the Clark County Human Resources
        Director, the employee OR HISIHER UNION REPRESENTATIVE shall have the
                                                     [a].
        right to review items in hidher personnel file  THE EMPLOYEE MAY provide
        rebuttal comments to be attached to original documents where the employee
        believes appropriate. Such rebuttal comments must be restricted to the document
        in question.

[1018. Although written reprimands are not subject to the full disciplinary procedure, an
       employee who receives a written reprimand may, within [two (211 FIVE (5)
       WORKING days of receipt of the written reprimand, request a meeting with hidher
       department head to discuss the reprimand. The meeting with the department head
       which shall be held within ten (10) working days from the date of the employee’s
       request, may be attended by the employee, the supervisor, a Union representative
       and a representativefrom Clark County Human Resources. The department head
       may uphold, modify or overturn the written reprimand as a result of the meeting. IF,
       AND ONLY IF, ALL PARTIES (THE UNION REPRESENTATIVE, EMPLOYEE AND
       THE DEPARTMENT HEAD) AGREE, IN WRITING, A DESIGNEE HAVING M-PIAN
       STATUS MAY SERVE IN THE PLACE OF THE APPROPRIATE DEPARTMENT
       HEAD. THE EMPLOYEE RECEIVING THE WRITEN REPRIMAND MAY SUBMIT
       A REBUTTAL IN WRITING WHICH SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE REPRIMAND.


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          Such rebuttal comments must be restricted to the [document] REPRIMAND in
          question. The decision of the departmenthead OR HISHER M-PLAN DESIGNEE
          is final and binding and not subject to the labor relations hearing officer procedure
          or arbitration.

u 9 . Upon written request by the employee to the Clark County Human Resources
      Director, the employee shall have all written reprimands removed from his/her
      personnel file that were issued more than 18 months prior to the request, provided
      that no ensuing discipline occurred. Upon removal, the written reprimand will be
      sent to the employee AND SHALL NOT BE USED OR REFERENCED IN ANY
      FUTURE DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDING, AS DEFINED HEREIN.

 IO. Upon written request or authorization by an employee involved in a disciplinary
     hearing, the employee[’s attornev] or bargaining unit REPRESENTATIVE may
     obtain data that are necessary from the personnel file of the employee subject to
     the discipline in preparation of [the]A grievance [hearinq] MEETING.

u 1 l . A working day, as referred to in this Article, is defined as Monday through
       Friday, 8:OO a.m. until 5 0 0 p.m., excluding Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.

12.       An eligible employee who is to be suspended shall be given the suspension, in
          writing, at a meeting with management. The employee may request a Union
          representative to be present at the meeting. An employee shall be given at least
          24 hours notice of the meeting and advised of the purpose, time, date and site of
          the meeting, except when an employee’s continued presence in the work place is
          unsafe for co-workers, the public, or other County resources. GRIEVANCES
          REGARDING SUSPENSIONS SHALL BE INITIATED AT STEP 1 OF THE
          DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE WITHIN TEN (10) WORKING DAYS FROM THE
          ISSUANCE OF THE SUSPENSION.

13.       An eligible employee who is recommended for demotion [or termination] from the
          County service shall be given a written statement setting forth the charges upon
          which the proposed demotion [or termination] is based. The statement shall include
          an identification of the specific charges against the employee and an explanation
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          of the evidence. [Upon written reauest. the emdovee shall be provided with the
          omortunity to respond to the charaes prior to being demoted or terminated throuah
          a hearing defined in Step 1 below!. GRIEVANCES REGARDING DEMOTIONS
          SHALL BE INITIATED AT STEP 2 OF THE DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE WITHIN
          FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE DEMOTION.

14.       AN EMPLOYEE WHO IS RECOMMENDED FOR TERMINATION WILL BE
          SUSPENDED WITH PAY PENDING THE STEP 1 MEETING AND SHALL
          RECEIVE W R I T E N NOTIFICATION OF SUCH RECOMMENDATION. THE STEP
          1 MEETING SHALL TAKE PLACE WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS AFTER

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     RECEIPT OF THE NOTIFICATION UNLESS EXTENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT
     HEAD OR DESIGNEE IN WHICH CASE THE EMPLOYEE WILL REMAIN ON PAID
     LEAVE STATUS UNTIL THE STEP 1 MEETING IS HELD. AN EMPLOYEE WHO
     GRIEVES THE TERMINATION DECISION OF THE DEPARTMENT HEAD AS A
     RESULT OF THE STEP 1 MEETING MAY INITIATE THE GRIEVANCE AT STEP
     2 WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS FROM THE DATE OF RECEIPT OF THE
     STEP 1 DECISION.[An emplovee who is recommended for termination. mav be
     suspended with or without pav pendina [a pre-termination hearing.]

STEP 1 - DEPARTMENT HEAD RESPONSE

AN EMPLOYEE, OR THE UNION ON HIS/HER BEHALF, MAY SUBMIT A GRIEVANCE
WITHIN TEN (IO) WORKING DAYS OF THE ISSUANCE OF DISCIPLINARY ACTION.
THE GRIEVANCE SHALL SPECIFY THE REASONS FOR DISPUTING THE
DISCIPLINARY ACTION. WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THE
GRIEVANCE, THE DEPARTMENT HEAD OR HIS/HER DESIGNEE, A HUMAN
RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE/LIAISON,A UNION REPRESENTATIVE, AND THE
AFFECTED EMPLOYEE WILL MEET TO TRY TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM. IF
DESIRED, BOTH PARTIES MAY CHOOSE AN ADDITIONAL REPRESENTATIVE WHO
MAY ATTEND THE MEETING. IF THE PROBLEM IS NOT RESOLVED AT THE
MEETING, THE DEPARTMENT HEAD, OR HISHER DESIGNEE, SHALL HAVE FIVE (5)
WORKING DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE MEETING TO RESPOND TO THE
GRIEVANCE. THE RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT BY CERTIFIED-MAILTO THE UNION
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. COPIES OF THE RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT TO THE
                                         ,
HUMAN RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE/LIAISON THE UNION REPRESENTATIVE,
AND THE AFFECTED EMPLOYEE.

STEP 2 - COUNTY MANAGER RESPONSE

IF THE GRIEVANCE IS NOT SETTLED AT STEP 1, THE UNION, ON BEHALF OF AN
EMPLOYEE(S), MAY WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS OF THE RECEIPT OF THE
DEPARTMENT HEAD'S DECISION, FILE AN APPEAL OF THE DECISION WITH THE
CLARK COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR AS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
COUNTY, AS DEFINED IN ARTICLE 1. WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF
THE REQUEST FOR APPEAL, THE COUNTY MANAGER, OR HISIHER DESIGNEE,
WILL MEET WITH THE AFFECTED EMPLOYEE, A UNION REPRESENTATIVE,AND A
HUMAN RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE TO TRY TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM. IF
DESIRED, BOTH PARTIES MAY CHOOSE AN ADDITIONAL REPRESENTATIVE WHO
MAY ATTEND THE MEETING. IF THE PROBLEM IS NOT RESOLVED AT THE
MEETING, THE COUNTY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE SHALL HAVE FIVE (5) WORKING
DAYS TO RESPOND IN WRITING TO THE GRIEVANCE GIVING HIS DECISION. THE
RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT BY CERTIFIED MAIL TO THE UNION EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR. COPIES OF THE RESPONSE SHALL BE SENT TO THE AFFECTED


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EMPLOYEE AND DEPARTMENT, AND THE UNION REPRESENTATIVE.
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STEP 3 - HEARING OFFICER

[An eligible emplovee, or the Union on his/her behalf, who is demoted or terminated shall
have UP to three (3) workina davs from receipt of the department head’s action to apDeal
the decision. The emplovee or hislher representative shall make the reauest. in writing,
- IF THE GRIEVANCE IS NOT SElTLED AT STEP 2, THE UNION, ON BEHALF OF AN
to]
EMPLOYEE(S), MAY WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS OF THE RECEIPT OF THE
COUNIY MANAGERS DECISION, FILE AN APPEAL OF THE DECISION WITH the Clark
County Human Resources Director. The Clark County Human Resources Director AND
THE UNION, ON BEHALF OF THE EMPLOYEE shall MEET WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF
THE APPEAL AND JOINTLY REQUEST A lnotifv the] labor relations hearing officer
appointed as provided for in Paragraph 2 of this IArticle] SECTION. Within 15 working
days from the filing of such request, the labor relations hearing officer shall conduct the
hearing. IN THE EVENT A TERMINATION HEARING IS NOT HELD WITHIN 15
WORKING DAYS OF THE FILING OF THE REQUEST FOR AN APPEAL, THE HEARING
OFFICER SHALL MAKE A DETERMINATIONAS TO WHETHER THE DELAY WAS FOR
GOOD CAUSE AND DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE
COUNTY. IF, IN THE JUDGEMENT OF THE HEARING OFFICER, THE DELAY WAS
NOT FOR GOOD CAUSE AND NOT DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THE
CONTROL OF THE COUNTY, THE HEARING OFFICER MAY CONSIDER GRANTING
BACK PAY FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME COMMENCING WITH THE DATE THAT THE
HEARING SHOULD HAVE BEEN HELD AND CONCLUDING WITH THE DATE OF THE
ACTUAL HEARING. THIS TIME PERIOD IS EXCLUSIVE OF ANY TIME DELAYS
MUTUALLY AGREED UPON BY BOTH PARTIES, OR ANY TIME DELAYS DUE TO THE
UNAVAILABILITY OF HEARING OFFICERS. Within five (5) working days from the
conclusion of the hearing, the hearing officer shall file a written decision with Clark County
Human Resources, the employee and the Union. The labor relations hearing officer may
uphold the [department head’s] COUNTY MANAGER’S decision or modify or reverse the
decision. If the employee is reinstated as a result of this appeal, the employee may be
granted back pay and allowances as determined by the labor relations hearing officer.
The decision of the hearing officer shall be final and binding on the parties.

Section 3 - NERC/EOD Procedure

Grievances on those matters for which the Nevada Equal Rights Commission or Equal
Opportunity Division of [the Countv Manaaer’s Office] CLARK COUNTY HUMAN
RESOURCES have jurisdiction will be referred to and processed by EOD investigations.
The employee(s) being investigated shall have the right to Union representation
commencing at this level and continuing throughout the entire procedure. If discipline
results from the investigation, employees are eligible for [hearings at the deDartment head
level and then throuah the labor relations hearina officer ~ r o c e s sSTEP 1, STEP 2, AND
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STEP 3 MEETINGS AS DEFINED IN SECTION 2 OF THIS ARTICLE. However, 1) if the
department head chooses not to [hear pre-sus$ension/termination ordemotion matters]
CONDUCT THE STEP 1 MEETING within the time frames, then the case will be heard at
the next level; 2) if the matter proceeds to the hearing officer process, then in addition to
the standard requirements and qualifications for a hearing officer the individual hearing
matters covered in this Section must have training or expertise in the application and
interpretation of civil rights laws.
rights laws.


                                      ARTICLE 12
                                 Disciplinary Procedure

[L     Discipline subiect to the disciplinary orocedure is defined as an emolovee’s
       suspension. demotion or involuntarv termination from Countv service. Anv matters
       for which the NERC or Equal Opportunitv Division of the Countv Manaaer‘s office
       have jurisdiction will be handled throuah a separate Drocedure identified in this
       Article. Section 3. NERC/EOD Procedure.
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2.
-      Labor relations hearing officers used in Section 1 for Suspensions. and Section 2
       Demotions, and Involuntary Terminations of this Article shall be apoointed bv the
       parties. The labor relations hearing officers must meet the requirements
       established in the hearing officer guidelines. The labor relations hearina officer
       shall receive $70 per hour, up to a maximum of ten (10) hours per hearina. The
       fees of the labor relations hearina officer shall be borne eauallv bv the Union and
       the Countv.

3.
-      The labor relations hearina officer shall conduct an informal arievance proceeding
       adherina to the mutuallv developed procedures governina the orocess. These
       proceedings held pursuant to Section 1 Suspensions. and Section 2 Demotions,
       and Involuntary Terminations of this Article will consider the incident and the
       discioline in terms of severitv of the action. evidence of proaressive disciDline and
       appropriateness of the disciplinary action. Progressive discipline is defined to
       include oral warnin?. one (1) or more written reprimand(s) and thereafter more
       severe disciplinary action. The Union recognizes the need for more severe initial
       disciplinary action in the event of maior violation of established rules. regulations
       or policies of the Countv or its operating departments. The decision to uphold the
       disciplinary action will be based on the reasonableness of the discipline imposed
       bv the supervisor in response to the actions taken or not taken bv the emplovee.

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4.     Formal rules of evidence will not be followed in labor relations hearina officer
       proceedinas.



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All suspensions. demotions and involuntary termination appeals of emplovees
covered by this Aareement shall be Eandled solelv in accordance with the
procedure set forth in this Article. with the decision of the labor relations hearinq
officer final and bindina on the parties.

Disputes specificallv excluded in this Article or other Articles of this Aareement from
either the arievance and arbitration Drocedure or the disciplinarv procedure shall
not be construed as in the purview of this Article.

If mutuallv aareed. either partv mav request. in writina. a waiver of the time
limitations set forth in this Article. A reauest for a disciplinary hearina shall be
considered abandoned if not filed and processed bv the emplovee. or Union on
behalf of the emplovee. where indicated in accordance with the time limitations.
Failure on the Dart of the Countv to respond in accordance with the time limits set
forth in this Aareement shall result in the arievance advancina to the next step of
the procedure. The failure on the part of manaaement to process a arievance will
be qiven serious weiaht in the resolution or retroactivitv of an award. A waiver of
timeliness requested bv the emplovee or hidher representative will be taken into
consideration in the determination of anv retroactive award.

No emplovee who has satisfactorilv completed probation mav be demoted,
suspended or terminated without iust cause. Just cause mav include, but not be
limited to: inefficiencv. incompetence. insubordination. moral turpitude. mental or
phvsical disability as shown bv competent medical evidence, habitual or excessive
tardiness or absenteeism, abuse of sick leave or authorized leaves. withholdinq
services as a result of a strike. and violation of established departmental work rules
or mocedures.

UDon written request of the emplovee to the Clark Countv Human Resources
Director. the emplovee shall have the riaht to review items in hidher personnel file,
and tsrovide rebuttal comments to be attached to oriainal documents where the
employee believes appropriate. Such rebuttal comments must be restricted to the
document in auestion.

Although written reprimands are not subiect to the full disciDlinarv tsrocedure. an
emplovee who receives a written reprimand mav. within two (2) davs of receipt of
the written reprimand, reauest a meetina with his/her department head to discuss
the reprimand. The meeting with the deDartment head which shall be held within
ten (10 ) workina davs from the date of the emplovee’s request. may be attended bv
the emplovee, the suDervisor. a Union representative and a representative from
Clark Countv Human Resources. The department head mav uphold. modify or
overturn the written reprimand as a result of the meetina. The decision of the
department head is final and bindina and not subiect to the labor relations hearinq


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      officer orocedure or arbitration.
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11.   UDon written request bv the emplovee to the Clark Countv Human Resources
      Director. the emolovee shall have all written reprimands removed from hidher
      personnel file that were issued more than 18 months prior to the request. provided
      that no ensuina discioline occurred. Upon removal. the written reorimand will be
      sent to the employee.

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12.   Upon written reauest or authorization bv an emplovee involved in a disciplinarv
      hearina, the emolovee’s attomev or baraainina unit representative mav obtain data
      that are necessaw from the Dersonnel file of the emplovee subject to the discioline
      in preparation of the arievance hearina.

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13.   A workina dav. as referred to in this Article. is defined as Mondav throuah Fridav,
      8:OO a.m. until 5 0 0 D.m.. excludina Saturdav. Sundav. and holidavs.

Section 1 - SusDensions

An eliaible emplovee who is to be suspended shall be aiven the suspension. in writing at
a meetina with manaaement. The emplovee mav reauest a Union representative to be
present at the meetina. An emdovee shall be aiven at least 24 hours notice of the meetinq
and advised of the ouroose. time. date and site of the meetina. except when an emplovee’s
continued presence in the work place is unsafe for co-workers. the Dublic, or other Countv
resources.

Step 1 - Department Head Response

A arievance of a susDension must be reduced to writing and submitted bv the emplovee,
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or the Union on behalf of the emplovee. to hidher department head with a copv to the
Clark Countv Human Resources Director within ten (10 ) workina davs of the emplovee’s
knowledae of the action on which the complaint is based. The emolovee’s department
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head shall meet with the emolovee and hidher representative to discuss the suspension
within ten (101 workina davs after the arievance is submitted. The department head shall
have five (51 davs from the date of the meetina to answer the arievance in writing

Step 2 - Suspension Hearing

If the department head’s decision is not accepted by the aaarieved emdovee. he/she mav,
within five (5) workina davs after receipt of the department head’s replv, file a request in
writina to the Clark Countv Human Resources Director for a arievance review before the
labor relations hearina officer aopointed as provided for in Paraaraph 2 of this Article.
Within 15 workina davs from the filina of such review request, the labor relations hearing
officer shall conduct an informal arievance proceeding. Within five (5)workina davs from


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the conclusion of the hearina. the hearina officer shall file a written decision that the action
be upheld. modified or reversed with Clark ‘Countv Human Resources. Union and
emplovee. The decision of the hearina officer shall be final and binding on the parties.
The hearina officer shall clearly state hidher reason(s) for the decision.

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Section 2 Demotion and Involuntary Termination Process

An eliaible emplovee who is recommended for demotion or termination from the Countv
service shall be aiven a written statement setting forth the charges upon which the
proposed demotion or termination is based. The statement shall include an identification
of the specific charges aaainst the emplovee and an explanation of the evidence. Upon
written request. the emplovee shall be provided with the opportunitv to respond to the
charges prior to beina demoted or terminated throuah a hearing defined in Step I below.
An emplovee who is recommendedfor termination, mav be susDended with or without oav
pendina a me-termination hearina.

Step 1 - Pre-Demotion/Pre-Termination Hearinq

The emdovee. or the Union on his/her behalf. who has been recommended for demotion
or termination shall have five ( 5 ) workina days. not includina the dav of receipt of notice
recommendin? demotion or termination. to reauest a hearing. in writina. of the department
head. with a copv to the Clark Countv Human Resources Director. The department head
or hidher desianee, if the department head is not available within 30 davs of the hearina,
shall hear the case. If desired bv the emplovee. up to two (2) representatives of the
employee’s choice mav attend the hearina. The emplovee shall notifv the Clark Countv
Human Resources Director. in writina, of the names and addresses of hidher
representatives. If the Union is not representino the employee. a Union official will be
allowed to be present at this and the subseauent appeal hearinq,

The emdoyee who has made a timelv request of a hearina in writina shall be aiven at least
three (3) davs notice prior to the hearina which must be held within ten (101 working davs
of the emplovee’s reauest. The notice shall include the date. time. and location of the
hearina. Failure on the part of the emplovee to reauest. in writina. or to appear at the
scheduled hearina will serve as a waiver of the procedure. The hearing will not follow
formal rules of evidence and will be conducted in an informal manner. Upon request of
either the emplovee or the Countv. the hearina will be taped with both oarties receiving
copies. The department head or desianee shall conduct the hearina. The manaaement
representative shall read the discipline notice to the emplovee. The emplovee or hidher
representative mav then respond to all specified charaes.

The department head or desianee will render a decision, in writing. within two (2) working
davs of the close of the hearing and forward it to the emplovee. the Union or the
emolovee’s representative, and the Clark Countv Human Resources Director. The


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decision shall include a statement as to the reasons the demotion or termination was or
was not imDosed or amended.

Step 2 - Demotion And lnvoluntarv Termination ADDeal Hearing

An eliaible emplovee. or the Union on hidher behalf. who is demoted or terminated shall
have UD to three (3)working days from receipt of the department head’s action to aopeal
the decision. The emplovee or hidher representative shall make the request. in writing,
to the Clark Countv Human Resources Director. The Clark Countv Human Resources
Director shall notifv the labor relations hearina officer appointed as provided for in
Paragraph 2 of this Article.

Within 15 working davs from the filina of such reauest. the labor relations hearing officer
shall conduct the hearina. Within five (5)workinu davs from the conclusion of the hearing,
the hearina officer shall file a written decision with Clark Countv Human Resources. the
emplovee and the Union. The labor relations hearina officer mav uphold the department
head’s decision or modifv or reverse the decision. If the emplovee is reinstated as a result
of this appeal. the emolovee mav be aranted back pav and allowances as determined bv
the labor relations hearina officer. The decision of the hearina officer shall be final and
binding on the oarties.

Section 3 - NERC/EOD Procedure

Grievances on those matters for which the Nevada Equal Riahts Commission or Equal
Opoortunitv Division of the Countv Manager’s Office have jurisdiction will be referred to
and orocessed bv EOD investigations. The emplovee(s) being investiaated shall have the
right to Union reoresentationcommencing at this level and continuingthrouahout the entire
procedure. If discipline results from the investhation. emplovees are eliaible for hearinas
at the deoartment head level and then through the labor relations hearing officer process.
However. 1) if the deoartment head chooses not to hear pre-suspension/termination or
demotion matters within the time frames. then the case will be heard at the next level: 2 )
if the matter proceeds to the hearing officer process. then in addition to the standard
requirements and aualificationsfor a hearina officer the individual hearina matters covered
in this Section must have trainina or expertise in the application and interoretation of civil
rights laws.]


                                   NEW ARTICLE (12)
                                  CERTIFICATION PAY

1.     UPON THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF PROBATION’ ALL PERMANENT
       EMPLOYEES AT THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION WORKING IN THE
       FOLLOWIN G CLASSIFI CAT10NS WILL RECEIVE CERTlFICAT10N PAY


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      PROVIDED THEY MAINTAIN THE CERTIFICATION LISTED BELOW:
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      CLASSI FlCAT1ON                              C ERTIFICATION
      ELECTRICIAN                       NV. CLASS F FIRE ALARM/PROTECTION
      ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
           SUPERVISOR                   NV. CLASS F FIRE ALARM/PROTECTION
      SENIOR ELECTRICIAN                NV. CLASS F FIRE ALARM/PROTECTION
      HVAC MECHANIC                     NV. CLASS G FIRE SPRINKLER
      SR. HVAC MECHANIC                 NV. CLASS G FIRE SPRINKLER
      HVAC MAINTENANCE
           SUPERVISOR                   NV. CLASS G FIRE SPRINKLER

2.    THE COUNTY MANAGER WILL AUTHORIZE CERTIFICATION PAY FOR ANY
      EMPLOYEE PROVIDED :

      A.     THE COUNTY REQUESTS IN WRITING THAT THE EMPLOYEE OBTAIN
             THE CERTlFI CAT10N(S);

      9.     THE EMPLOYEE POSSESSES AND MAINTAINS THE CERTJFICATION(S)
             REQUESTED; AND,

      C.     THE CERTIFICATION(S)ARE NOT REQUIRED UNDER THE EMPLOYEE’S
             P 0S ITI 0N CLASS1FICAT10N.

3.    CERTIFICATION PAY SHALL BE PAID AT A RATE OF 4% OF BASE SALARY,
      AND SHALL NOT BE LIMITED BY THE MAXIMUM SALARY DESIGNATED FOR
      AN EMPLOYEE’S SALARY SCHEDULE.


                                   ARTICLE 13
                  Personnel Layoff, Recall and Appeal Procedure

Layoff is defined as any involuntary separation wherein management eliminates a position
without prejudice to the incumbent.

The determination of the number of positions, classifications and departments to be
affected by a layoff is a management right. The County and the Union agree that layoff
and recall of personnel and appeals of these actions as it pertains to employees covered
under this Agreement shall be as prescribed below.




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Section 1 Layoff
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1.   Temporary and probationary County-funded employees in the department shall be
     eliminated first.

2.   Additional layoffs shall be based on the following criteria in the following order:

     a.       The seniority of the employees in the affected classification within the given
              department. IF AN EMPLOYEE’S CLASSIFICATION WAS CHANGED AS
              A RESULT OF THE CLASSIFICATION STUDY IMPLEMENTED IN
              FEBRUARY OF 1996, THAT EMPLOYEE SHALL BE GIVEN FULL CREDIT
              FOR SERVICE IN HIS/HER CLASSIFICATION HELD JUST PRIOR TO THE
              IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLASSIFICATION STUDY.

     b.       The relative ability and qualificationsof the employees as determined by the
              department head within the affected classifications of hidher department.

     c.       In the event that seniority is equal, relative ability and qualifications shall
              prevail.

3.   Seniority will be based on continuous service with the County; 1) in the affected
     classification; or, 2) classificationin the same series at a higher salary grade in the
     event an employee has been reduced in grade in accordance with this Article.
     Creditable service for seniority must be in a permanent or permanent-intermittent
     position with the County.

4.   Each department head may exempt 15% of the total number of positions authorized
     in the current budget within his/her department and retain them regardless of
     seniority based on knowledge, skills and abilities. No more than one-third (.33) of
     the employees in a classification may be exempt from layoff.

     In the event that the 15% or one-third does not equal an exact number of
     employees, the fraction shall be rounded off to the next higher whole number.
     Any exemption that is necessary because of any affirmative action program or laws
     pertainingto equal employment opportunity shall not be deemed a part of the above
     15% or one-third but shall be in addition thereto.

     Each department head electing to exempt employees from layoff in accordance with
     Article 13, Section 1 (4), shall provide the Layoff Review Committee and the Clark
     County Human Resources Director with a complete list of exemptions five (5) days
     prior to the notification of those employees to be laid off.

     Each department head shall update the list of exemptions whenever the County


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      Manager's Office determines layoffs are required within a department, but shall not
      be updated more than o n e (1) time each'fiscal year.

5.    As a result of t h e application of this layoff procedure, the County [mav] SHALL
      ATTEMPT TO FIND A VACANT POSITION FOR ANY ELIGIBLE EMPLOYE€
      SCHEDULED TO BE LAID OFF BY [cause] EVALUATING t h e reassignment,
      transfer, reduction in grade, or any combination thereof [, or the lavoff of an] FOR
      THE employee. THE EMPLOYEE MUST MEET THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
      AND/OR SPECIFIC SKILL SETS OF ANY POSITION BEING CONSIDERED.

6.    All permanent status personnel who a r e affected by layoff shall have t h e right to
      elect a reduction in grade to a lower classification; 1) within the s a m e classification
      series; or, 2) in a classification in the s a m e department that the employee h a s
      completed a probationary/qualifying period, provided that the classification still
      exists, the department has a vacant position a n d the department h e a d determines
      the employee meets the minimum qualifications and abilities (Le.,license, physical
      fitness, job skills, etc.) of the position. A vacant position need not exist if a n
      employee exercises hislher bump rights within the same classification series.

7.    No employee will have t h e right to bump to a position in another department or to
      bump a position of a higher salary grade than heishe currently fills. A permanent
      employee to be laid off may bump a temporary or probationary employee of t h e
      s a m e classification in the department if the employee voluntarily a g r e e s to commute
      or relocate at n o expense to the County.

8.    An employee reduced in grade may have hidher salary reduced and in n o event
      shall exceed the maximum for the class, but shall not have hislher anniversary d a t e
      adjusted.

9.    T h e assignment of an employee to a position within a classification will be at t h e
      discretion of the department head.

10.   Separation d u e t o layoff shall require the giving of a t least two (2) w e e k s notice t o
      t h e employee, or payment in lieu of notice, of a n equivalent amount of the
      employee's base salary by the County.

1I. No permanent employee initially hired into and serving in a grant-funded position
      or a term position may initiate a bump into an unlimited County-funded position
      u n l e s s he/she is displaced by someone who h a s bumped himlher. Employees
      electing to bump into grant-funded positions or term positions have no property right
      to t h e position o r County service if the funding ceases or the position ends.



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Section 2 - Recall
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      Any permanent status employee reduced in grade or laid off under this Article shall,
      based on seniority, have hidher name placed o n aln appropriate1 County recall
      list(s) for a period of two (2) years. Previous employees shall be notified by
      certified mail, return receipt requested, at their last known address and shall, within
      ten (1 0) calendar days of receipt, respond affirmatively, by certified mail or in
      person, that they a r e accepting the offer of recall. Failure to respond in a timely
      manner will mean that the person has refused the offer of recall a n d the person will
      be removed from the recall list(s). An employee must be available for work within
      two (2) weeks of acceptance of the offer.

2.    When positions become available in a class [in the department], personnel who
      have been laid off or reduced in grade in that class [from that deoartment] shall be
      recalled in inverse order of layoff PROVIDED THE EMPLOYEE MEETS THE
      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR THAT POSITION. The order of recall shall be:

      a.     Employees who are reduced in grade based on the s a m e criteria in Section
             1 (2)-

      b.     Former (laid off) employees who held a position in the s a m e class based on
             t h e s a m e criteria in Section 1 (2).

      c.     Former employees who held a position in the s a m e series.

      If there a r e no applicants from the [deDartment on the] recall list, t h e department will
      [consider personnel on the Countv wide recall list before1 fillllnql the vacancy from
      a n open or promotional eligibility list. In the event that a classification has only had
      a c h a n g e in title, employees on the old recall list(s) shall be placed on the new
      respective I ist(s).

3.    Upon recall after layoff, the time that the person was on layoff shall be counted as
      a break in service.

Section 3 - Appeal

1.    The County and the Union shall each appoint two (2) permanent status employees
      to s e r v e on the standing Layoff Review Committee. T h e s e representatives shall
      select a permanent status County employee as the fifth member who shall serve as
      the Chairperson.

      A majority vote of the Committee will be necessary to uphold a n appeal. The
      Committee shall develop a procedure for t h e layoff review process prior to

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         conducting a n y review.                    4

2.       Any appeal of the application of the procedure must be signed by t h e employee and
         Union a n d submitted to the affected department head within five (5)working days
         of the receipt of notice of layoff or the alleged violation of the recall procedures. A
         copy of t h e appeal must be s e n t to the Clark County Human Resources Director.
         The Clark County Human Resources Director will schedule a n informal meeting
         before the Layoff Review Committee within five (5) working days. This Committee
         will h e a r all appeals affecting layoffs and recalls t o determine whether the
         procedure was appropriately followed. T h e decision of t h e Layoff Review
         committee will be final and will not be reviewed by a n arbitrator, unless a decision
         of t h e Layoff Review Committee is alleged to have violated a specific, existing
         contractual provision.


                                        ARTICLE 14
                                       Basic Workweek

1.       The official workweek is comprised of seven (7) workdays which begins on each
         Saturday a t 12:Ol a.m. and shall e n d a t midnight of the following Friday. The
         official workweek a t the Sanitation District begins a t 1201 a.m. o n e a c h Monday
         a n d shall e n d a t 12:OO midnight o n Sunday. The official workday shall begin a t
         12:Ol a.m. a n d shall e n d a t midnight. Except as may be otherwise provided, a n
         employee who occupies a full-time permanent position shall work 40 hours
         exclusive of meal breaks, but including rest breaks, in e a c h workweek.

2.       Employees working a 5-day, 40-hour week (designated 5/40) shall work eight (8)
         hours per shift for five (5)shifts within the official workweek, and shall receive two
         (2)consecutive "24-hour periods off." Permanent work schedule adjustments shall
         be exempt from this provision when t h e work schedule adjustment is more than six
         (6)months after any previous permanent work schedule adjustment.

3.       Employees working a 4-day, 40-hour week (designated 4/40) shall work ten (IO)
     .   hours per shift for four (4) shifts within the official workweek, and shall receive three
         (3) "24-hour periods off' of which two (2) 24-hour periods must be consecutive.
         Permanent work schedule adjustments shall be exempt from this provision when the
         work schedule adjustment is more than six (6)months after any previous permanent
         work schedule adjustment.

4.       The hours between the end of a n employee's last regularly scheduled shift and the
         beginning of a n employee's first regularly scheduled shift following hidher
         scheduled 24-hour periods off shall be considered hidher weekend.



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5.    Employees shall be granted [two (221 ONEA(l)15-minute work break[s] FOR EACH
      PERIOD ENCOMPASSING FOUR (4) HOURS OF WORK during the course of their
      shifts. Such breaks shall not be scheduled by the supervisor within one (1) hour of
      the employees's starting time, quitting time, or meal breaks.

6.    Meal breaks are neither time worked nor time on pay status unless an employee is
      required by the County to remain on the job at a work station or the employee is
      interrupted by hidher supervisor to perform substantial duties during such period.
      An employee who remains at a work station during hidher meal break, but is not
      required to do so by the County, shall not be compensated for the meal break. IN
      THE EVENT AN EMPLOYEE IS REQUIRED TO WORK FOUR (4) HOURS OR
      MORE BEYOND THE END OF THEIR SCHEDULED SHIFT, THAT EMPLOYEE
      SHALL BE GRANTED AN ADDITIONAL MEAL BREAK.

7.    Subject to the provisions of NRS 288.150 (4), nothing herein shall be construed to
      limit the authority of the County to make temporary assignments to different or
      additional locations, shifts or work duties for the purpose of meeting emergencies.

8.    Within 30 calendar days of request, the department head or designee(s) will meet
      with the requesting employees to determine and identify those work sections within
      the requesting employees' department wherein the majority of the employees desire
      a schedule change from five (5) 8-hour shifts per workweek (340) to four (4) 10-
      hour shifts (4/40) or some other established work schedule and the practical and
      feasible aspects of such change.

      a.    Where it is determined by the department head or designee and the
            employees that the conditions and circumstances allow for an adjustment in
            work schedule, the affected department head shall have the authority subject
            to the approval of the County Manager to effect such change, including the
            discretion to institute a "trial" period for the purpose of evaluating same
            based on agreed upon performance standards and objectives.

9.    No permanent employee shall be assigned to a regular schedule that requires
      him/her to work more than two (2) different shifts in a 40-hour workweek.

IO.   24-Hour Shift Assignments: Family And Youth Services Department

      a.    An employee assigned to work a 24 1/4 hour shift will be compensated for
            16 1/4 hours at the employees' regular straight-time hourly rate, plus
            applicable premium pays, for each 24 1/4 hour shift.

      b.    An employee will also receive compensation for eight (8) hours within each
            24 1/4 hour shift at the rate of 33% of the employee's regular straight-time


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     hourly rate for each hour. Emploxees are required to remain at their work
     sites during this 8-hour period and are permitted to sleep, unless interrupted
     to return to duty. If an employee is interrupted to return to duty within these
     eight (8) hours, compensation as defined in this Paragraph will cease while
     the employee is performing assigned duties, and the employee will be
     compensated at the time and one-half ( I %) overtime rate while performing
     assigned duties. If the interruption lasts longer than three (3) hours, the
     employee will be compensated for the entire 8-hour period at the time and
     one-half (1 %) overtime rate.

c.   Within each pay period, employees will be paid as provided in this Article for
     their scheduled or authorized hours of work reduced by any time charged as
     leave without pay.

d.   An employee absent for a scheduled 24 1/4 hour shift will be charged 16 1/4
     hours of leave for each 24 1/4 hour shift in addition to not earning the
     compensation provided in Paragraph 2 of this Article for the 8-hour "sleep"
     period. An employee absent for a portion of hidher scheduled 24 1/4 hour
     shift will be charged leave for the portion absent from the 16 1/4 hour period,
     defined in Paragraph 1 of this Article, and will not earn the compensation,
     provided in Paragraph 2 of this Article, for the portion absent from the 8-hour
     "sleep" period. When an employee is authorized to be absent for the entire
     portion of the 16 1/4 hour period, defined in Paragraph 1 of this Article,
     following the 8-hour "sleep" period, the employee may leave the work site
     during the "sleep" period only with specific authorization from the employee's
     supervisor.

e.   Shift differential of four percent (4%) of an employee's regular straight-time
     hourly rate of pay shall be paid for the portion worked by the employee of the
     16 1/4 hour period, defined in Paragraph 1 of this Article, from the start of
     the 24 1/4 hour shift to the start of the "sleep" period, defined in Paragraph
     2 of this Article. Employees do not earn shift differential for hours while in
     leave status.

f.   Acting pay will be paid in accordance with Article 20 of this Agreement to an
     employee meeting the defined conditions and performing duties of the higher
     classification for five (5) or more consecutively scheduled 24 1/4 hour shifts.

g.   Holiday overtime pay, as defined in Article 22, Paragraph 3 of this
     Agreement, will be paid for only the portion of the 16 114 hour period, defined
     in Paragraph 1 of this Article, worked by the employee prior to midnight o    f
     the designated holiday.



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      h.    Overtime, as provided by Article 18 of this Agreement, may be earned by an
            employee regularly assigned to w$rk cycles of 24 1/4 hour shifts when the
            employee works more than 86 hours within the defined 14 day work period.
            Hours worked includes all scheduled or authorized hours actually worked,
            excluding any time worked when interrupted during the 8-hour "sleep"
            period, (normally 16 1/4 hours per shift), and time charged as sick leave.
            Employees working less than a full cycle of consecutive 24 1/4 hour shifts,
            but working at least one ( I ) 24 1/4 hour shift, are entitled to overtime
            compensation, as provided by Article 18 of this Agreement, for hours worked
            in excess of 40 in an official workweek.

11.   Each department may establish an alternative workweek schedule to comply with
      the Fair Labor Standards Act definition of workweek, Section 778.105 (FLSA
      Regulations 29 CFR, July 1985) and define the workday.

      The program shall be implemented in those work sections when the majority of
      employees desire an alternative workweek schedule and shall comply with Section
      8a above.


                                     ARTICLE 15
                                   Compensation

1.    Effective July 1, [ I 9961 1998, and continuing through June 30, 119971 1999, the
      salary plan in effect from July 1, [I9951 1997, through June 30, [I9961 1998,
      covering scheduled employees in Appendix A will be increased by [four percent
      m ] THREE AND THREE QUARTER PERCENT (3.75%) across the board.
      Appendix B reflects these changes.

2.    Effective July 1, [I9971 1999, and continuing through June 30, 119981 2000, the
                                  [1996] 1998, through June 30, [1997] 1999, reflected in
      salary plan in effect July I,
      Appendix B covering scheduled employees in Appendix A will be increased by [four
      percent (4°h)] THREE AND THREE QUARTER PERCENT (3.75%). Appendix C
      reflects these changes.

3.    EFFECTIVE JULY 1,2000, AND CONTINUING THROUGH JUNE 30,2001, THE
      SALARY PLAN IN EFFECT JULY 1, 1999, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000,
      REFLECTED IN APPENDIX C COVERING SCHEDULED EMPLOYEES IN
      APPENDIX A WILL BE INCREASED BY THREE AND ONE-HALF PERCENT
      (3.5%). APPENDIX D REFLECTS THESE CHANGES.

4.    EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001, AND CONTINUING THROUGH JUNE 30,2002, THE
      SALARY PLAN IN EFFECT JULY 1, 2000, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2001,


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     REFLECTED IN APPENDIX D COVERING SCHEDULED EMPLOYEES IN
     APPENDIX A WILL BE INCREASED bY THREE AND ONE-HALF PERCENT
     (3.5%). APPENDIX E REFLECTS THESE CHANGES.

5.   THOSE EMPLOYEES FORMERLY COVERED BY THIS AGREEMENT WHO
     EITHER VOLUNTARILY SEPARATED OR DIED AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE
     OF ANY WAGE INCREASE AND BEFORE THE DATE THIS AGREEMENT IS
     EFFECTED, WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR RETROACTIVE BACK PAY
     INCREASES. THOSE EMPLOYEES IDENTIFIED ABOVE OR BENEFICIARIES OF
     DECEASED EMPLOYEES MUST SUBMIT THEIR REQUEST IN WRITING BY
     CERTIFIED MAIL TO THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES NO LATER
     THAN FEBRUARY 12,1999, AT 5 0 0 P.M. ANY REQUESTS RECEIVED AFTER
     THAT DATE WILL BE DENIED.


                                    ARTICLE 16
          Initial Appointment, Rehire, Promotion, Transfer and Demotion

1.   Initial appointment to positions shall be made at the entrance rate for the class
     except as approved by the County Manager or designee.

     a.     Upon initial appointment to the County position, an employee shall serve a
            probationary period. The probationary period will normally be 1,040 hours
            worked but may not be less than 520 hours worked nor longer than 2,080
            hours worked as determined by the department head.

2.   The total number of employees of a department and the total number of employees
     of each classification within any department shall be determined by the budgetary
     process. The initial classification of positions shall be as contained in the current
     County classification list along with any subsequent amendments thereto.

3.   When a former employee is rehired after a break in service of no more than one (1)
     year from the date of separation, to a position in the same class held at the time of
     separation, he/she may be paid at, or below, the same hourly rate, including across
     the board schedule adjustments provided by this Agreement, he/she held at the
     time of separation.

4.   When an employee is promoted, he/she shall be entitled to a four percent (4%)
     salary increase or the minimum rate of the salary schedule to which the employee
     is promoted, whichever is greater. Any exception may be approved by the County
     Manager or designee upon written justification.




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         a.     A promoted employee shall serve a, qualifying period. The qualifying period
                will normally be 1,040 hours worked but may not be less than 520 hours
                worked nor longer than 2,080 hours worked as determined by the
                department head. At t h e conclusion of the qualifying period, the employee
                shall b e given a performance evaluation. Based on the evaluation, the
                employee will either be accepted or rejected for t h e position. If rejected,
                every effort will b e made to place the employee in hidher previous or
                another County position for which he/she qualifies. If such a placement is
                not possible and termination of his/her employment is recommended, the
                employee will be given a t least three (3)weeks notice of hidher termination.
                The employee retains the right of appeal under the terms of Article 11 of this
                Agreement.

         b.     An employee promoted or transferred into a training underfill position, shall
                serve a qualifying period the s a m e length of time as hidher training underfill
                status, not to exceed o n e (1) year.

         c.                            s
                When a n employee i promoted, he/she shall retain t h e right, during the first
                15 shifts worked of the qualifying period, to voluntarily demote to his/her
                previously held position. The employee shall have hidher salary reduced
                to the hourly rate, including across the board schedule adjustments provided
                by this Agreement, held prior to being placed on the qualifying period.

5.       When an employee transfers to a position in another department, he/she shall b e
         entitled the s a m e hourly rate held a t t h e time of the transfer. T h e County Manager
         or designee, upon written justification by the department head, may approve a
         higher rate of pay. A voluntary transfer may result in the transferring employee
         serving a new qualifying period and upon completion, the employee may receive
         a salary increase as provided for in Article 21 of this Agreement provided the
         employee is not a t the top of t h e schedule for t h e class a n d t h e performance
         evaluation report so justifies.

6.       W h e n a n employee is demoted, hidher salary will not exceed the top of the new
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         salary schedule unless the demotion w a s a result of a reclassification. Demotions,
         except for reclassifications, initiate a new anniversary date. Employees failing a
         qualifying period and demoted shall have their salary reduced to the hourly rate,
         including across the board schedule adjustments provided by this Agreement, held
         prior to being placed on the qualifying period.

7.       EMPLOYEES AT THE I LEVEL SHALL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A
         TRAINING PROGRAM AS DETERMINED BY THE EMPLOYEE’S DEPARTMENT
         HEAD OR HISHER DESIGNEE. IN ALL INSTANCES, THE TRAINING PROGRAM
         DEVELOPED BY THE DEPARTMENT HEAD O R HIS/HER DESIGNEE SHALL

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      RELATE DIRECTLY TO THE MATERI$IL REQUIREMENTS OF THE LEVEL II
      POSITION. ALL EMPLOYEES AT LEVEL' I PREPARING FOR LEVEL I I SHALL BE
      PROVIDED TRAINING TO AFFORD THE EMPLOYEE EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO
      SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THEIR TRAINING PROGRAM.                 THOSE
      EMPLOYEES THAT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THEIR TRAINING PROGRAM
                                              1
      SHALL BE PROMOTED TO THE LEVEL I POSITION.             QUALIFYING
      EMPLOYEES WHO DO NOT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THEIR TRAINING
      PROGRAM ARE ENTITLED TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT.

[2]8. For the purpose of this Article "hours worked" shall be defined as any paid straight
      time hours.


                                     ARTICLE I 7
                                 Posting o Vacancies
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1.    The Union acknowledges that the County has the exclusive right to fill vacancies
      and make reassignments in accordance with the Clark County Merit Personnel
      System as revised and adopted by the Clark County Board of Commissioners. The
      methods used to classify employees in the bargaining unit shall be established in
      the Clark County Merit Personnel System.

2.    When a new position is created or an existing position becomes vacant in a
      classification in the bargaining unit, the Clark County Human Resources Director,
      after consulting with the appointing authority, shall determine, in accordance with
      the Clark County Merit Personnel System, how the vacancy is to be filled. If a
      permanent position vacancy is created within a classification represented by the
      bargaining unit, and there is no current eligibility list, the County will post a job
      announcement using the agreed upon standardized format of posting for at least
      seven (7) calendar days if a departmental recruitment or 14 calendar days if a
      County or open recruitment to accept applications, except when such vacancies are
      to be temporarily filled on an emergency basis. For those positions that it is
      determined by the Clark County Human Resources Director and the appointing
      authority to have an open examination, an announcement of the open examination
      may be posted concurrently with the promotional announcement. COPIES OF ALL
      JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS SHALL BE MAILED TO THE UNION AND POSTED IN
      AREAS READILY AVAILABLE TO EMPLOYEES.

3.    The County shall encourage promotion within the competitive service on the basis
      of ability and efficiency, and the equality of opportunity for all qualified employees
      to vie for promotions in the competitive service. Therefore, qualified employees
      meeting the established criteria shall be given the first consideration for promotion
      by being interviewed for the position before the County fills such vacancy. If two


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     (2) or more employees have similar o related knowledge, skills and abilities
     (KSA's) and demonstrated performance records (DPR's), the employee with the
     greatest class seniority shall be given first consideration. The County agrees to
     certify to a department to be interviewed on all open recruitments the top ranking
     County employee from the appropriate open recruitment eligibility list if no County
     employees would otherwise be certified. An open recruitment shall be defined as
     an examination process which has the potential of resulting in an eligibility list
     containing names of County employees and applicants from outside County
     employment.

4.   The decision to fill permanent full-time vacancies on a temporary basis pending the
     completion of selection procedures will not be grievable. A vacancy filled by a
     demotion, transfer, management reassignment, rehire, or recall in a position that
     is equal to or less than the employee's previous position does not require posting.

5.   The Union will be furnished a copy of all job announcements; promotional
     announcements; monthly reports of vacancies; and if the position is within the
     bargaining unit, the name of the person filling the vacancy, the position filled, and
     the type of list from which the person filling the vacancy is selected.


                                  ARTICLE 18
                      Overtime, Call Back, and Standby Pay

1.   Overtime Pav - An employee working a 5/40 week, as defined in Article 14, and
     required and authorized in writing to work overtime, shall be compensated at an
     overtime pay rate of time and one-half (1 X)for hours worked in excess of eight (8)
     per shift or 40 in an official workweek. An employee working a 4/40 week, as
     defined in Article 14, and required and authorized in writing to work overtime, shall
     be compensated at an overtime pay rate of time and one-half (I for hours %)
     worked in excess of ten ( I O ) per shift or 40 in an official workweek. An employee
     working some other established work schedule as provided in Article 14, and
     required and authorized in writing to work overtime, shall be compensated at an
     overtime pay rate of time and one-half (1 %) for hours worked in excess of nine (9)
     per shift or 40 hours in an official workweek.

2.   Scheduled Overtime Pav - An employee required to return to hidher work site for
     duty at any time other than during hislher scheduled weekend, as defined in Article
     14, with at least 12 hours' notice, shall be compensated at an overtime pay rate of
     time and one-half (1 '/) for hours worked outside of his/her scheduled shift.

3.   Scheduled Weekend Overtime Pav - An employee required to return to hidher work
     site for duty during hidher scheduled weekend, as defined in Article 14, with at


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     least 12 hours' notice, shall be compensated a t an overtime pay rate of time a n d
     one-half (1 M )for all hours worked or shalfbe compensated for a minimum of three
     (3)hours at time and one-half (I   M)(4M hours pay), whichever is greater.

4.   Overtime Pav For Holidavs Worked - If a n employee is required to work on a
     holiday, compensation shall be made as stipulated in Article 22 of this Agreement.

5.   Call Back Pav - When required, the department head o r designee may call back to
     duty o n e or more employees. Call back pay is defined as compensation earned for
     returning to his/her work site for duty after t h e employee has completed hidher
     shift, departed from the work site and is off duty for a period of time, and is
     requested to return to hidher work site with less than 12 hours' notice. When a n
     employee is called back, the employee shall receive overtime pay for all hours
     worked o n call back or shall be compensated for a minimum of three (3)hours a t
                                                           s
     time and one-half (1 %) (4 !A hours pay), whichever i greater. Call back pay shall
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     only be paid for hours worked outside a n employee's shift. An employee's regularly
     scheduled shift shall not be changed to accommodate a call back.

6.   Overtime Pav/Comoensatory Time Pav and Accruals - Overtime pay provided in this
     Article is at the rate of time and one-half (I a n d shall b e m a d e in compensatory
                                                     'A)
     time off o r overtime c a s h payment at t h e discretion of t h e employee a n d approval
     of the department head [if the emplovee is reauired t o work t h e overtime].
     Compensatory time off should be used in t h e following 90 days, but may be
     accumulated to a maximum of 240 hours. All requests to u s e compensatory time
     must be approved at least 24 hours in advance of t h e time off in accordance with
     department policy, except in cases of emergency as determined by the department
     head or designee. An emergency shall not include a b s e n c e s for which sick leave
     is to be used as defined in Article 24, Section 1, unless all sick leave has been
     exhausted. An employee's compensatory time balance must equal zero before the
     employee will be permitted to u s e vacation leave, unless a n employee's vacation
     leave balance is 225 hours or greater o n t h e last payday in November, any
     compensatory time accumulated above 240 hours shall automatically be paid to the
     employee in cash.

     a.     Employees may not work overtime without t h e approval of their supervisor.
            All overtime must be approved in writing by the employee's supervisor before
            the overtime is worked and must indicate whether payment is to b e m a d e in
            cash or in compensatory time. Employees working a t a remote assignment
            may be given t h e written overtime approval a t t h e beginning of the
            employees next shift after verbal approval by their supervisor before the
            overtime is worked.




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      b.     In the event an employee transfers from one department (within the County)
             to another, all accumulated c8mpensatory time will be paid to the
             transferring employee in a lump sum payment within 30 days of the effective
             date of transfer or transferred with the employee at the discretion of the
             employee. The employee's election to transfer compensatory time shall be
             subject to the written approval of the receiving department head.

7.    Standby Time Pav - Due to staff limitations, it may be necessary for a department
      head or designee to issue written assignments to employees to be on standby, to
      handle overtime work which may arise during other than normal working hours.
      Standby is defined as time in which an employee is required by the department
      head or designee to remain at his/her residence or required to carry an electronic
      pager and be within 30 minutes response capability so that he/she may immediately
      respond to any calls received. An employee will be compensated for standby time
      at the rate of one-fourth (1/4) hour pay at his/her regular hourly rate for each one
      (1) hour period of standby time. Employees on standby called to perform work will
      be compensated for actual hours worked in accordance with Section 1 of this Article
      and shall not be subject to the provisions of Section 5.
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8.    Overtime and standby pay will be added to the payroll for the period during which
      work is performed and will not be paid for overtime work of less than 15 minutes per
      day.

9.    Overtime and standby pay shall not be paid more than once for the same hours
      worked.

10.   For purposes of this Article, accumulated standby time will not qualify for premium
      or overtime pay.

11.   [No employee who is exemDt from overtime in accordance with the Fair Labor
      Standards Act] ALL EMPLOYEES COVERED UNDER THIS AGREEMENT shall
      be entitled to overtime pay or compensatory time [in lieu of overtime ~ a y ] .


                                     ARTICLE 19
                                   Shift Differential

1.    Shift differential is defined as the premium authorized to be paid to an employee
      above hidher regular straight-time hourly rate of pay for working a regularly
      scheduled shift other than a day shift. A regularly scheduled shift is a shift created
      by the department that is the same schedule for at least a month. A day shift is
      defined as any regularly scheduled work shift that begins no earlier than 5 0 0 a.m.,
      or ends no later than 7:OO p.m. Only regularly scheduled shifts that begin or end


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      outside the 5 0 0 a.m. to 7:OO p.m. time pfriod shall b e eligible for shift differential
      pay. T h e amount of shift differential shall b e computed as four percent (4%) of
      b a s e salary for the shift worked. Shift differential shall not be paid for hours on paid
      leaves o r o n buy out at the time of separation from the County.

2.    If a n employee scheduled to work a regularly scheduled day shift works two
      complete shifts in a row (day and swing shifts), he/she shall receive shift differential
      a n d overtime pay for the second shift.

3.    If an employee scheduled to work a regularly scheduled day shift works overtime
      past 7:OO p.m. into a regularly scheduled swing shift but does not complete a
      s e c o n d shift, he/she shall receive shift differential pay and overtime pay for all
      overtime hours worked.

4.    If a n employee scheduled to work a regularly scheduled swing shift works overtime
      into the graveyard shift, he/she shall receive shift differential pay and overtime pay
      for the overtime hours worked.

5.     If an employee scheduled to work a regularly scheduled graveyard shift works
       overtime into the day shift, he/she shall not receive shift differential pay for the
       hours worked in the day shift but shall receive overtime pay.

6.     Irregular or emergency hours worked which do not constitute a n entire regularly
       scheduled shift eligible for shift differential shall not b e compensated with shift
       differential.

7.     Shift differential shall not b e paid for standby hours.


                                        ARTICLE 20
                                        Acting Pay

Each time a permanent status employee is directed in writing and temporarily accepts the
duties and responsibilities of a classification of a higher salary than the employee's for a
period in excess of [nine (911 FIVE (5)consecutive shifts worked, the acting employee shall
be paid at a rate of four percent (4%) above his/her regular hourly rate or the minimum rate
of the classification in which the employee is working, whichever is greater, for the entire
period he/she performs such duties. Acting pay is not paid when the employee acting in
a higher capacity is off for a holiday or is in leave status. Acting pay for periods up to 30
calendar days requires t h e written approval of the department head and may not exceed
30 calendar days without the approval of the County Manager or appropriate Assistant
County Manager. No acting pay will be given without the appropriate written approval.


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                                     ARTICLE 21
                                  Salary AdjuAment

Employees will be eligible for variable salary adjustments within their salary ranges and
may also be eligible for other compensation which is not included in their base salary.

Adjustment Within a Salary Range

1.    An employee shall be eligible for consideration for a salary adjustment upon:

      a.     Successful completion of a probationary period for probationary employees,
             or successful completion of a qualifying period for promoted, permanent or
             permanent-intermittent employees; and

      b.     Each anniversary date of hidher employment in such class annually
             thereafter until the top of the salary range is reached in that class. The
             anniversary date is normally considered to be that date an employee
             commences work in that classification to which he/she has been most
             recently appointed.                                          -
      c.     In the event of an early salary adjustment, the employee's anniversary date
             will be changed to the effective date of the salary adjustment.

2.    [Within the emdov of each Countv department. the Drocedures used to evaluate an
      emplovee shall be uniformlv and consistentlv aDDkd in accordance with the
      guidelines established bv Clark Countv Human Resources. Within each
      department there shall be an eaual number of manaaement and labor
      representatives appointed to advisory teams to establish performance standards
      for the various classifications identifvina examdes of meritorious performance.
      Labor reoresentatives shall be apDointed from the affected department bv the Union
      and manaaement reoresentatives shall be appointed bv the deDartment head. An
      advisoy team shall be comprised of a maximum of six (6)     representatives in total.
      The teams shall meet within 30 davs of approval of this Aareement. Within 90
      davs, the standards shall be submitted to an oversiaht committee consistina of four
      /4) members. two (2) of whom are aDpointed bv the Union and two (2) of whom shall
      be appointed bv management to review the documents to ensure consistencv with
      the terms of this Aareement.]

2.     BETWEEN JANUARY 1,2000 AND JANUARY 15,2000, THE UNION MAY SERVE
       WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE COUNTY MANAGER TO REOPEN ARTICLE 21,
       ADJUSTMENT WITHIN A SALARY RANGE SECTION AND ARTICLE 35,
       PARAGRAPH 5, TO RENEGOTIATIONS PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF
       NRS 288. IF THE UNION EXERCISESTHIS OPTION, THE PARTIES AGREE TO


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     CONDUCT ANY SUCH NEGOTIATIONS UNDER THE INTEREST BASED
     BARGAINING PROCESS, PRINCIPLE$ AND GUIDELINES AS ESTABLISHED
     AND DEVELOPED BY THE FEDERAL MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION
     SERVICE (FMCS). PRIOR TO COMMENCING NEGOTIATIONS, THE PARTIES
     AGREE TO PARTICIPATE IN JOINT TRAINING ON INTEREST BASED
     BARGAINING OFFERED BY THE FMCS.

3.   In the event a salary adjustment of two percent (2%) or less is granted, the
     employee will be informed in writing of the specific reason(s) and may, within two
     (2) days of such notification, request a review before hidher supervisor and the
     department head or hidher designee, to discuss the adjustment. The review may
     be attended by the employee, the departmental Union steward, the supervisor, the
     department head or hidher designee, and, upon request of the employee or the
     supervisor, a representative of Clark County Human Resources. The decision of
     the department head or hidher designee will be final. The decision to grant an
     adjustment greater than two percent (2%) cannot be reviewed or grieved.

4.   In determining eligibility for salary adjustments, employees shall receive a
     performance evaluation. If a salary increase is anticipated to be-withheld, the
     employee will be notified, in writing, at least 30 days prior to the due date of the
     evaluation. The employee will be informed of required performance improvements
     and given six (6) months to improve. At that time, the employee will be eligible for
     a performance evaluation and a possible salary increase. Employees who meet a
     "meritorious level of performance and competence" shall receive a four percent
     (4%) salary adjustment. In cases of exceptionally meritorious performance,
     department heads may grant a salary adjustment of greater than four percent (4%)
     up to a maximum of six percent (6%). Any employee scheduled to receive a
     performance evaluation pursuant to the terms of this Article in order to determine
     hidher qualifications for a salary adjustment, shall receive said evaluation within 45
     days of the scheduled review date. If the above mentioned evaluation is not
     received within the required 45 day period, the employee shall receive a four
     percent (4%) salary adjustment.

5.   The following shall not be considered as breaks in creditable service necessary to
     qualify for salary adjustments:

     a.     Authorized military leave, provided that the person is reinstated within 90
            calendar days following other than dishonorable or bad conduct discharge
            from military service;

     b.     Authorized educational leave;




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      c.    Time during which-employeeis recsiving compensation from the County for
            an injury or disease arising out of and in the course of hisjher employment;]

      d.    Authorized leaves of absence without pay of 21 consecutive calendar days
            or less within any calendar year;

      e.    Authorized leaves of absence with pay;

      f.    Periods of qualifying service which immediately precede a layoff or
            authorized leave of absence; and,

      g.    Authorized Union leave.

6.    When a salary adjustment is delayed solely through administrative delay or clerical
      error or is miscalculated in error, the proper adjustment shall be made effective
      retroactive to the date it was due.

7.    An employee's salary adjustment will be effective the first day of the pay period
      during which the review date occurs.

Rewards and Incentives Not Included in the Base Salary:

1.    The County and Union agree to limplement a comDensation proaram to reward
      emplovees] EXPLORE THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW
      REWARDS AND INCENTIVES PROGRAMS, AND IMPROVE EXISTING
      PROGRAMS, for implemented suggestions and accomplishments by individuals
      and/or teams for measured cost savings, and improved quality and customer
      service. Such rewards may be monetary or non-monetary. [Deoartment and
      Countv-wide criteria and Drocedures for the compensation DroQram will be
      established bv letter of agreement between the County and Union and imolemented
      no later than February 15, 1995.1

2.    The compensation program may include but not be limited to the following rewards:

      a.     Bonuses and/or benefits for team and/or individual accomplishments;

      b.     Pay-for-performance system;

      c.     implemented suggestions resulting in cost savings;

      d.     Certificates of appreciation and/or accomplishments;

      e.    Additional compensation for career accomplishments; and


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         f.    Reimbursements as an educatioqal incentive.


                                         ARTICLE 22
                                          Holidays

1.       For the purposes of this Article, "Holiday Pay" shall be defined as a premium paid
         to eligible employees for time not worked for the following holidays:

         January 1 (New Years Day)*
         Third Monday in January (Martin Luther King, Jr's Birthday)
         Third Monday in February (Washington's Birthday)
         Last Monday in May (Memorial Day)
         July 4 (Independence Day)*
         First Monday in September (Labor Day)
         October 31 (Nevada Day)*
         November 11 (Veterans Day)*
         Fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day)
         Friday following the fourth Thursday in November (Family Day)         -
         December 25 (Christmas Day)*
         Employee's Birthday
         Any day the County is required by state law to close for a legal holiday.

         The pay for each holiday shall be equal to the employee's work shift (eight (8),nine
         (9) or ten (10) hours) at the employee's regular straight-time hourly rate. For
         employees scheduled to work Monday through Friday, holidays shall be observed
         on the days specified in this Section except when a holiday marked with an asterisk
         (*) falls on a Saturday or a Sunday. A marked holiday falling on a Saturday will be
         observed the day before on Friday, and when it falls on a Sunday it will be observed
         the day after on Monday. For employees working a schedule other than Monday
         through Friday, holidays shall be observed on the days specified in this Section.

2.       The Birthday Holiday is earned on the employee's birthday. The Birthday Holiday
     .   shall be taken off on an employee's birthday or during the year following hidher
         birthday. Employees are not entitled to accumulate Birthday Holidays from year to
         year.

3.       If an employee is scheduled but not required to work the day he/she is to observe
         a holiday, the employee shall be paid for the holiday as prescribed in Section 1 of
         this Article. If an employee is required to work on the day he/she is to observe a
         holiday, the employee shall receive payment at the rate of time and one-half (I    %)
         for all hours worked between the hours of 1201 a.m. and 12:OO midnight, in
         addition to eight (8) hours holiday pay at the employee's regular straight-time hourly


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     rate of pay. In those instances where a n employee’s regularly scheduled shift
     crosses midnight and the majority of the sflift worked falls on a holiday, payment a t
     the rate of one and one-half (1 %) will b e paid for all hours worked in the shift
     including those hours of the shift that fall outside the actual holiday worked. At no
     time will this result in overtime for working the holiday in excess of o n e (I) for
                                                                                    shift
     that holiday.

4.   For an employee working a schedule other than Monday through Friday, when a
     holiday falls during the employee’s weekend, t h e employee shall be paid for the
     holiday as prescribed in Section 1 of this Article or, if t h e employee requests, eight
     (8), nine (9) or ten (10) hours (depending on hidher work shift schedule), of holiday
     leave will accrue to a holiday leave balance for u s e before the end of the last pay
     period in J u n e following the holiday. On the day following the e n d of the last
     payperiod in J u n e all unused holiday leave for t h e preceding year will be forfeited.
     All holiday leave requests must b e approved a t least 24 hours in advance of the
     leave.

5.   Except as provided below, an employee is eligible for holiday pay if he/she is in pay
     status for t h e entire shift prior to and the next shift following the day he/she is to
     observe a holiday. If a n employee calls in sick on a day he/she is to observe a
     holiday, helshe will not be eligible for holiday pay. If an employee leaves work for
     a sick leave reason, the employee shall be charged sick leave for the remainder of
     hidher shift and holiday pay shall be prorated based on the iength of time actually
     worked.

6.   Overtime payment provided in this Article a t the rate of time and one-half (1 X) shall
     b e made in compensatory time off or cash payment upon the request of the
     employee and approval of the department head. It is understood that a department
     head’s approval will not b e unreasonably withheld recognizing, however, the
     financial constraints of c a s h payment.


                                      ARTICLE 23
                                       Vacation

1.   A    rual of Vacation Leave:

     a.      Eligible employees hired or rehired and working o n a full-time permanent
             basis shall earn vacation leave based on months of service a t t h e following
             rates for e a c h pay period:




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                                                 HOURS PER
              MONTHS SERVICE                PA? PERIOD ACCRUED-
                   0-24                            3.08
                  25-96                            4.62
                  97-180                           5.54
                  181 and over                     6.15

     b.    Vacation leave may not be accumulated to exceed 240 hours at the
           beginning of any calendar year. Prior to the end of the calendar year,
           employees with more than 240 hours of leave will be given the option of
           placing the hours above 240 in the catastrophic leave bank in accordance
           with Article 24, Sick Leave, Section 3, Catastrophic Leave Program, SELL -
           BACKVACATION LEAVE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS OUTLINED IN
           SECTION 4(B) HEREIN, or lose the leave. If an employee selects [neither]
           NONE OF THE options, then the excess hours will automatically be placed
           in the catastrophic leave bank.

2.   Vacation Eligibility: An employee is not entitled to take accumulated vacation leave
     or payment therefore until he/she has successfully completed six 46) months of
     employment with the County and hidher probationary period.

3.   Vacation Leave Use: The purpose of vacation benefits is to allow each employee
     time away from hidher job for rest, recreation, and the pursuit of non-employment
     objectives. The time when vacation leave shall be taken will be determined by the
     department head after considering department operational needs and the seniority
     and wishes of the employees. All vacation leave requests must be approved at
     least 24 hours in advance of the leave in accordancewith department policy, except
     in cases of emergency as determined by the department head or designee. An
     emergency shall not include absences for which sick leave is to be used as defined
     in Article 24, Section 1, unless all sick leave has been exhausted.

4.   Payment for Vacation Leave:

     A.     Except as provided in Article 23, Section 2, upon separation from service for
            any cause, an employee shall be paid a lump sum payment for any unused
            or accumulated vacation earned through the last day worked. If this is
            earlier than the last day of the pay period, the vacation shall be prorated.
            Payment for unused vacation leave will be at the employee's base hourly
            rate on the last day worked prior to separation.

     B.     ANY EMPLOYEE WITH 10 YEARS OR MORE OF CREDITABLE SERVICE
             S
            I ELIGIBLE IN DECEMBER OF EACH YEAR TO SUBMIT A WRllTEN
            REQUEST TO THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES TO BE PAID


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             FOR 20 HOURS OF VACATION LGAVE, PROVIDED THE EMPLOYEE HAS
             USED AT LEAST 80 HOURS OF VACATION LEAVE DURING THAT
             CALENDAR YEAR AND CARRIES A MINIMUM ACCUMULATED BALANCE
             OF 220 HOURS. PAYMENT WILL BE PAID IN JANUARY OF THE
             SUCCEEDING YEAR AND TAXED AT THE CURRENT SUPPLEMENTAL
             TAX RATE.

5.    Death of a n Employee: Upon the death of a person in the employ of t h e County a
      lump sum payment for vacation time accrued to his/her credit will be made to the
      employee's beneficiaries or estate.

6.    Vacation leave shall not accrue to employees classified as temporary, or part-time
      hourly.

7.    Vacation leave shall be considered only to be time off with pay. Payment for time
      accrued in lieu of vacation leave will not be allowed except as provided in Sections
      4 and 5 immediately above.


                                     ARTICLE 24
                                     Sick Leave

Section 1 - Use of Sick Leave

1.    Paid sick leave may be used by employees who:

      a.     Are incapacitated to perform job duties because of illness or injury.

      b.     Are prevented by public health requirements from being a t work.

      C.     Need to absent themselves from work for bereavement and to attend the
             funeral of a member of t h e employee's immediate family. Immediate family
             shall b e defined as the employee's spouse, mother, father, brother, sister,
             child, foster child, stepchild, grandchild, and grandparent, or any in-law of
             the employee's bearing any of the previously specified relationships.

      d.     Are required to absent themselves from work upon incapacitating illness or
             injury in the immediate family t o personally c a r e for that family member.

      e.     Need to be absent from work when receiving medical or dental treatment or
             exami nation.

      f.     Need to be absent when incapacitated to perform job duties because of

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            pregnancy or childbirth.            4

     9.     Need to be absent to care for newborn children.

2.   Upon approval of the department [head] DIRECTOR or designee, sick leave may
     be granted for other reasons when the department [head] DIRECTOR or designee
     believes the use of sick leave will have a beneficial effect on an employee's morale
     and welfare.

3.   No County employee shall be entitled to sick leave while absent from duty because
     of disability arising from an injury purposely self-inflicted or caused by willful or
     grossly negligent misconduct.

4.   Employees shall be subject to the following requirements for the use and payment
     of sick leave:

     a.     Employees who become ill prior to the start of the workday shall call in as
            required by their departmental work rules at the beginning of their shift.

     b.     Employees shall fi l l out and sign a sick leave form stating the reason for the
            use of sick leave immediately upon their return to work or stating the need
            to schedule sick leave for purposes of a medical or dental appointment.

     c.     Sick leave forms shall be turned in to the employees' department head or
            other designated authority for approval.

     d.    Any employee who reports absent at the start of a shift because of illness or
           injury who recovers sufficiently during the course of the shift to report to work
           is required to do so. In such a situation, the employee involved shall only be
           charged for actual sick leave used to the nearest one-fourth (114) of an hour.
           At all times during a sick leave use period, employees shall be at their place
           of residence, a medical facility, or a doctor's office or shall notify their
           department head or designee of their whereabouts. The County shall not
           contact the employee at home once the employee provides the department
           with hislher location during the course of the illness, UNLESS SUCH
           CONTACT IS NECESSARY IN ORDER TO OBTAIN INFORMATION FROM
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           THE EMPLOYEE THAT I ESSENTIAL TO THE OPERATIONAL NEEDS
           OF THE DEPARTMENT.

     e.     An employee may request the use of annual leave, compensatory time or
            leave without pay be granted in lieu of sick leave. Vacation leave shall be
            approved in accordance with department policy and the approval provisions
            of Article 23. The use of compensatorjl time shall be approved in


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            accordance with department policyfnd the approval provisions of Article 18.
            Leave without pay shall be approved in accordance with-department policy
            and t h e approval provisions of Article 25. T h e practice of advancing sick
            leave shall not be permitted.

     f.     UPON WRITTEN REQUEST FROM THE DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR OR
            HIS/HER DESIGNEE, a certificate of illness from a state licensed health care
            provider in a n appropriate discipline may be required [bv the department
            h e a d or designee] when there is one (1) a b s e n c e in excess of three (3)
            consecutive scheduled workdays or whenever there is reason to believe that
            sick leave benefits a r e being abused. Additional documentation may be
            required depending on t h e seriousness of t h e medical or dental problem.

      g.    If a n employee's fitness for duty is questioned by the department head or
            designee, the employee may be required to submit a certificate of fitness.

      h.    Any medical or dental reports or examinations that the County requires of
            the employee beyond those normally provided to the employee by the
            employee's usual medical or dental provider shall be paid for by the County.

Section 2 - Sick Leave Accrual and Payment

1.   Eligible permanent employees working o n a full-time basis shall earn sick leave at
     the rate of 3.7 hours for each pay period. Employees who have been employed by
     t h e County for ten ( I O ) cumulative years of service or longer will receive a n
     additional 0.92 hours of sick leave per pay period. Eligible permanent employees
     working half-time or more (at least 40 hours per pay period) shall earn such leave
     on a prorated basis. There will be no limit on sick leave accumulation.

2.    Employees shall b e paid their current straight-time hourly rate for each hour of sick
      leave used.

3.    Paid sick leave shall be counted as time worked for the purpose of computing
      overtime.

4.    If a permanent employee separates from the service of the County after three (3)
      consecutive years of employment, the employee shall receive payment for one-half
      (%) of hidher sick leave accumulation. An employee's sick leave payoff upon
      separation shall increase above 50% a t the rate of o n e and one-half percent (1
      %%) for e a c h additional year of consecutive service above ten (10) through 20
      years of service. An employee's sick leave payoff upon separation shall increase
      above 65% at the rate of three and one-half percent (3 %%) for each additional year
      of consecutive service above 20 up to a maximum of 100% a t 30 years of service.

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     Payment for unused sick leave will be at the employee's base hourly rate on the last
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     day worked prior to separation.

Section 3 - Catastrophic Leave Program rEffective December 17.19961

     Employees holding permanent status may donate leave into the County-wide
     catastrophic leave bank by completing a leave donation form and submitting it to
     the Clark County Human Resources Director. Leave donations may be in a lump
     sum or on a periodic leave deduction basis. Donations may be made from vacation
     leave and/or compensatory time balances. A maximum of 40 hours of unused sick
     leave can be donated if the employee retains a balance of 120 hours after the
     donation of sick leave. Employees must have a vacation leave balance of at least
     40 hours after the donation of annual leave.

2.   Donated time will be converted to dollars at the hourly rate of the donor. When a
     recipient is identified, an appropriate amount of dollars will be converted to sick
     leave at the hourly rate of the recipient.

3.   Eligibility for EMPLOYEE Catastrophic Sick Leave:

     a.    An employee must have successfully completed six (6) months of
           employment with the County and his/her probationary period.

     b.    An employee must meet the following definition of catastrophic illnesdinjury.
           "Catastrophic illness/injury is an illness or injury that requires inpatient care
           at a medical facility or that renders an employee bedridden at home. The
           illness or injury cannot be a result of an illegal act, nor can it be self-
           inflicted ."

     c.    An employee absent due to an approved service connected disability is not
           eligible to participate in the Catastrophic Leave Program.

4.   ELIGIBILITY FOR FAMILY CATASTROPHIC SICK LEAVE:

     A.    AN  EMPLOYEE MUST HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED SIX (6)
            MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT WITH THE COUNTY AND HIS/HER
            PROBAT10NARY PERIOD.

      B.   AN EMPLOYEE'S IMMEDIATE FAMILY SHALL INCLUDE THE
           EMPLOYEE'S SPOUSE, CHILD, OR PARENT AND MUST MEET THE
           FOLLOWING DEFINITION OF CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS/INJURY.
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           "CATASTROPHIC ILLNESWNJURY I AN ILLNESS OR INJURY THAT
           REQUIRES INPATIENT OR OUTPATIENT CARE AT A MEDICAL FACILITY


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             OR THAT RENDERS AN EMPLOYEE’S FAMILY MEMBER BEDRIDDEN AT
             HOME.” A MEDICAL CERTlFICkTION FROM THE ATTENDING STATE
             LICENSED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER STATING THE NECESSITY OF
             THE EMPLOYEE’S PRESENCE TO CARE FOR THE FAMILY MEMBER IS
             REQUIRED AS PART OF ALL REQUESTS FOR FAMILY CATASTROPHIC
             SICK LEAVE.

      C.     REQUESTS FOR FAMILY CATASTROPHIC LEAVE FROM IMMEDIATE
             FAMILY MEMBERS EMPLOYED BY THE COUNTY SHALL BE COMBINED
             FOR THE PURPOSE OF GRANTING LEAVE HOURS AS PROVIDED FOR
             UNDER SUBSECTION 6 HEREIN.

[4]5. Once an eligible employee has exhausted all accrued paid leave (sick leave,
      compensatory time and vacation time) as a result of the catastrophic illness or
      injury, the employee may file a written request with the Clark County Human
      Resources Director for catastrophic sick leave. The written request must specify
      the length of time the employee wishes to be covered by Catastrophic Sick Leave
      and must be accompanied by: 1) a medical statement from the attending state
      licensed health care provider explaining the nature of the illnessfinjury, and an
      estimated amount of time the employee, OR HISHER FAMILY MEMBER, will be
      receiving [inpatient] care or will be bedridden at home; [and.] evidence that the
                                                                    2)
      employee has [reauested and received approval from] NOTIFIED hidher
      department head or designee IN WRITING OF HIS/HER REQUESTED ABSENCE
      [to be absent] for the necessary length of time as estimated by the health care
      provider; AND 3) A SCHEDULE OF THE DATES AND TIMES THE EMPLOYEE
      WILL BE OFF FROM WORK, AS APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT HEAD OR
      DESIGNEE, IF THE EMPLOYEE IS REQUESTING INTERMITENT TIME OFF TO
      CARE FOR A FAMILY MEMBER.

[5]6. Clark County Human Resources will review the request and verify the employee’s
      eligibility for Catastrophic Sick Leave. If determined eligible, Clark County Human
      Resources shall grant to the employee an appropriate amount of catastrophic sick
      leave from the leave bank, providED the balance of the leave bank is sufficient. The
      eligible employee may take up to 320 hours [from] OF [&I                 EMPLOYEE
      catastrophic [&I       leave [bank] OR 80 HOURS OF FAMILY CATASTROPHIC
      LEAVE. FAMILY CATASTROPHIC LEAVE SHALL BE USED WITHIN 20
      WORKING DAYS OF THE DATE APPROVED. [However,] If the employee needs
      additional hours to get through the elimination period for long term disability, then
      and only then, under such extraordinary circumstances, the employee may take up
      to another 160 hours [from the] OF EMPLOYEE catastrophic sick leave [bank].
      CATASTROPHIC LEAVE BENEFITS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO ANY
      EMPLOYEE CURRENTLY RECElVlNG DISABILlTY INCOME BENEFITS FROM
      THE COUNTY’S LONG TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE CARRIER.


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[6]7. Any donations made to the Catastrophic Leave Program may b e targeted to a
      specific employee at the donating ernploy2e’s request. Any hours already donated
      to t h e Catastrophic Leave Program remain there, including any unused hours for
      a targeted employee, and may not be returned to t h e donating employee.


                                     ARTICLE 25
                                 Miscel Ianeous Leaves

1.    Court Leave: Employees required by legal process or required by the County to
      appear in a n y court or before the Grand Jury as a juror or witness in a criminal or
      civil case during hidher work shift shall receive full compensation as though he/she
      were actually on the job during such time. He/she shall claim a n y jury, witness, or
      other fee to which he/she may be entitled by reason of such a p p e a r a n c e and pay
      such fees, except mileage, to t h e County Treasurer within three (3) working days
      of receipt, to be deposited in the applicable fund of the County. An employee
      working other than a day shift appearing in court for the stated reasons for four (4)
      hours or more will be given hislher next regular shift offwith pay providing that the
      employee meets all other conditions of this Section. Employees appearing in court
      for the stated reasons on scheduled 24 hour periods o f f shall retain a n y and all
      remuneration as may be authorized for such appearances. Notation will be made
      o n the time and attendance report for the shifts of court leave granted to the
      employee while absent from hidher regular scheduled duties. If t h e employee is
      not selected for jury duty or is released from testimony, he/she shall return to duty
      if released during scheduled work shift hours. In those cases where an employee
      elects to retain jury duty or witness fees such time shall not be counted as time
      worked for the purpose of determining overtime, and t h e employee will not b e
      considered on court leave for t h e time absent from work.

      No civil case shall be covered by this Article in which the employee h a s an interest.

2.    Military Leave: Any permanent employee who is a member of t h e organized U.S.
      Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Nevada National Guard or Marine Reserves
      shall continue to receive their regular pay from the County as prescribed by NRS
      281 .I and any benefits as provided in the Uniformed Services Employment and
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      Reemployment Rights Act of 1994.

3.    Leave Without Pay: Upon written application to t h e department head, a permanent
      s t a t u s employee may, in the County’s sole discretion, be granted a leave of
      absence without pay for a period not to exceed 90 calendar days, without prejudice
      to hidher status, but no vacation or sick leave credits shall accrue during any such
      leave period. Without approval of the department head a n d t h e Clark County
      Human Resources Director, leave without pay may not b e granted until all

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     accumulated annual leave i used. Disciplinary leave without pay may b e imposed
     when annual leave is still available. Any additional leave must be recommended
     by the department head and approved by the County Manager.

4.   Parental Leave: Upon written application to the department head, a n employee
     shall be granted a leave of absence of up to three (3) months for t h e purpose of
     caring for newborn children up to six (6)months old or legally adopting a child(ren).
     No vacation or sick leave credits shall accrue during the duration of a n y period of
     leave without pay. Employees are not required to u s e up annual leave and sick
     leave benefits before taking parental leave without pay. Any unpaid leave shall be
     taken as one (1) continuous leave period. Employees, a t their discretion, may u s e
     none, any or all of their sick leave and/or annual leave in t h e 3-month parental
     leave period. Parental leave of more than three (3) months is a t the discretion of
     t h e department head, and if approved, t h e employee may u s e annual leave, sick
     leave, or leave without pay under the provisions of Article 23, 24, a n d 25 of this
     Agreement.

     In addition to these provisions, the County shall provide benefits in accordance with
     the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.                             A




5.   Blood Donor Leave: Employees will be granted the necessary time off, up to four
     (4) hours during their work shift, for the purpose of donating blood when
     participating in a County authorized and/or sponsored blood donation drive. In no
     event shall a n employee be eligible for overtime as a result of donating blood.

6.   Education Leave: Upon written application to the department head, a n employee
     may, in the County's sole discretion, be granted educational leave without pay for
     a period not to exceed 90 calendar days, without prejudice to his/her status, but no
     vacation or sick leave credits shall accrue during any such leave period.

7.   Application a n d Examination Leave: An employee shall be permitted reasonable
     time off with pay during hidher shift to submit a n application and/or take a n
     examination for County promotional or transfer opportunity. In no case shall a n
     employee become eligible for overtime as a result of competing for a promotional
     or transfer opportunity. An employee shall notify hidher supervisor immediately
     upon receiving a letter from Clark County Human Resources of the d a t e and time
     that he/she is scheduled to attend a n interview or examination.




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                                      ARTICLk26
                                    Benefit Eligibility

1.    Eligibility for increased entitlements to sick leave, vacation and longevity shall be
      determined by the total amount of service commencing.with appointment to a
      permanent budgeted position.

2.    Should a n employee who left County service in permanent status a n d gave, when
      applicable, two (2)weeks termination notice be rehired, that employee may regain
      all previously unused sick leave, provided the employee reimburses the County for
      whatever unused sick leave was paid the employee at the time of separation. Such
      reimbursement shall be paid before a n employee is entitled to u s e such sick leave.
      The County must give the employee notice of this option upon rehire and the
      employee must either accept or decline this option within 60 days following the
      successful completion of hidher probationary period. If the employee accepts the
      repayment option, the repayment must be completed within six (6) months following
      the successful completion of hidher probationary period.

3.    Increased entitlements will include all previous employment that ceased under
      honorable conditions or as a result o a n involuntary layoff as provided in Article 7 3.
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                                     ARTICLE 27
                             Service Connected Disability

All eligible members shall be covered by a Workers Compensation program of the
County's choice that conforms with t h e provisions of the Nevada Industrial Insurance Act
(NRS Chapter 616) a n d the Nevada Occupational Diseases Act (NRS Chapter 617) and
that provides for payment of industrial accident benefits and compensation for partial and
total disability arising from industrial injuries a n d occupational diseases.

1.    In the event a n employee is absent from work due to a service-connected disability,
      approved pursuant to NRS Chapter 616 or 617, he/she may receive, in addition to
      the compensation as provided by NRS Chapter 616 or 617, a supplemental amount
      from the County which would c a u s e the total amount received by the employee from
      the service-connected disability a n d the County to equal h i d h e r salary at the time
      of hidher disability. T h e supplemental compensation will start from the first day of
      a b s e n c e or illness, but shall not exceed 340 work hours for the s a m e incident.
      During this period, the employee shall not forfeit a n y accrued sick leave.
      Successful completion of the probationary period is required in order to qualify for
      the supplemental compensation from t h e County.




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2.   It is the intent of the County to pay the onithe-job injured employee (as outlined in
     this Section) the difference between full biweekly salary and that -provided pursuant
     to NRS Chapter 616 or 617 as salary continuance. Therefore, the employee shall
     return to the County all temporary total disability payments received which were
     made under NRS Chapter 616 or 617 covering the period enumerated in Section
     1 of this Article. No supplemental benefit shall be paid until after the employee's
     lost-time benefit check has been deposited with the County Treasurer.

3.   If an employee entitled to disability compensation has not completed hidher
     probationary period, or if an employee who has received supplemental
     compensation for the maximum 340 work hours is unable to return to work, he/she
     may elect to utilize accrued sick leave, during which period the employee shall
     receive compensation from the County as provided in NRS Chapter 281.390. If the
     employee is receiving no compensation for time missed from work through the
     Worker's Compensation Program, the employee must use leave benefits to fully
     account for any absence.

4.   When accrued sick leave has expired, if the employee is still unable to work and the
     employee is receiving compensation for time missed from work through the
     Worker's Compensation Program, he/she will be permitted to use hidher accrued
     vacation leave as sick leave. Subsequent to the expiration of both the employee's
     sick and vacation leave, provided that the employee has so elected to use hidher
     vacation leave as sick leave, the employee's compensation will be limited to that
     provided by NRS Chapter 616 or 617 and the employee will be placed in a leave
     without pay status. However, through written justification to the Clark County
     Human Resources Director, exceptions to this Article may be approved by the
     County Manager.

5.   If, as a result of a licensed physician's evaluation and prognosis, it appears that the
     employee will not return to hidher regular County job within a 12-month period, the
     County may require a medical separation. Medical separation appeals of
     employees covered by this Agreement shall be handled in accordance with the
     procedure set forth in Article 11, Section 2.


                                     ARTICLE 28
                               Retirement Contribution

1.   The County will pay the employee's portion of the retirement contribution under the
     employer-pay contribution plan in the manner provided for by NRS Chapter 286.
     Any increase in the percentage rate of the retirement contribution above the rate
     set forth in NRS Chapter 286 on May 19, 1975, shall be born equally by the County
     and the employee and shall be paid in the manner provided by NRS Chapter 286.


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     Any d e c r e a s e in the percentage rate ofJhe retirement contribution will result in a
     corresponding increase to each employee's base pay equal t o one-half (112) of the
     decrease. Any such increase in pay will be effective from t h e d a t e the decrease
     in t h e percentage rate of the retirement contribution becomes effective.

2.   The term "retirement contribution" does not include a n y payment for t h e purchase
     of previous credit service on behalf of any employee.


                                      ARTICLE 29
                                    Group Insurance

1.   To be eligible for group insurance] a n employee must occupy a permanent
     budgeted position and work a t least 20 hours per week a n d meet t h e necessary
     qualifying periods associated with the insurance program. T h e County will then be
     responsible for t h e prorata s h a r e of the premium based o n hours worked as a
     percentage of 40 hours per week. Any employee who is o n a n authorized leave
     without pay status over 30 consecutive calendar days will be responsible as of the
     31s t day for reimbursing the County for the employee's insurance premium, t h e total
     dependent coverage insurance premium and the total long-term disability insurance
     premium from that day forward. If the leave without pay status does not coincide
     with t h e premium payments] then any such premiums shall be prorated.

2.   Employees who elect to have group insurance shall pay t h e following percentage
     of t h e total health a n d dental insurance premium per month.

                                PERCENTAGE
                           Employee Only                  5.5%
                           Employee & Spouse             10.0%
                           Employee & Children            7.0%
                           Employee & Family             10.5%

3.   T h e County a n d Union a g r e e that the Clark County Group Health Benefits
     Committee will be expanded to ten (IO)members through t h e addition of a n NSEU
     representative for a total of three (3) NSEU representatives. Duties of the
     committee will remain as currently described.

4.   T h e County a n d the Union a g r e e that a n executive board of five t o seven (5 - 7)
     management representatives will be created t o m a n a g e t h e Clark County Group
     Health Insurance Plan. The Union shall b e furnished a copy of the official agenda
     at least ten ( I O ) calendar days in advance of a scheduled executive board meeting
     and a copy of the official minutes no later than ten (10) calendar d a y s after a board
     meeting. Duties of the board will include:

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     a.     Monitoring and evaluating plan utilization and financial performance.
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     b.     Evaluating various contractor proposals and recommending contractors to
            the board of County Commissioners.

     c.     Developing and negotiating any plan changes with NSEU.


                                     ARTICLE 30
                                    Life Insurance

1.   The County shall pay 100% of the premium cost of a group life insurance policy
     providing, to each employee, an amount of coverage of no less than $15,000 or no
     more than $20,000.

2.   The Union, at its discretion, may offer additional supplemental insurance benefits
     to members of the bargaining unit the cost of which shall be borne by the member.
     Neither the Union or its authorized agent shall have the right to solicit enrollment
     during normal working hours. The Union agrees to comply with all accounting and
     payroll deduction procedures as established by the Clark County Human Resources
     Director and the County Comptroller.


                                  ARTICLE 31
                          Long Term Disability Insurance

1.   The County will provide long term disability insurance to employees who occupy a
     permanent budgeted position and work at least 20 hours per week. Employees
     must meet the qualifying requirements associated with the plan.

2.   The County will pay a maximum premium of $12.70 per month for each eligible
     employee toward the LTD plan. The initial benefits of the plan will be determined
     based on the maximum premium. This contribution in no way guarantees a specific
     level of benefits, nor once a plan is adopted, for those benefit levels to continue if
     the premium exceeds $12.70 per month per employee.


                                     ARTICLE 32
                                      Longevity

1.   Creditable Service for Longevity Computation: Periods of permanent full-time
     employment with the County of Clark shall be considered as creditable service for
     the purpose of computing longevity eligibility. Any period in which an employee,


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     while employed by the County of Clark, is called into the active military service of
     t h e United States Armed Forces involuharily will b e considered as creditable
     service for computation of longevity pay. Upon completion of five (5)full years of
     creditable service, eligible employees on the County payroll as of October 15, 1991,
     shall be entitled to longevity pay in addition to their b a s e salary. [For all emplovees
     hired after October 15. 1991. upon completion of ten (10 ) full vears of creditable
     service, eliaible emplovees shall be entitled to lonaevitv pav in addition to their
     b a s e salary.] ALL REMAINING EMPLOYEES SHALL BE ENTITLED TO
     LONGEVITY PAY IN ADDITION TO THEIR BASE SALARY UPON COMPLETION
     OF EIGHT (8)FULL YEARS OF CREDITABLE SERVICE.

     a.     Longevity shall b e paid annually, in a lump sum amount, during the first pay
            period following the employee's anniversary hire date, as adjusted for below
            conditions where applicable. Longevity payments shall be prorated from the
            anniversary hire date, as adjusted, for employees separated for any reason.
            Longevity rates for eligible employees shall be paid a t the rate of .57 of I %
            per year for each year of creditable service. Overtime pay or compensatory
            time shall not b e considered in the calculation of longevity pay.

2.   Non-Creditable Service for Longevity Computation:

     a.     Any period that a n employee is on any leave of a b s e n c e without pay over a
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            period o 21 consecutive calendar days in a calendar year will b e deducted
            from the creditable service for longevity pay.

     b.     Period or periods of service in the active military service of t h e United States
            Armed Forces in which the employee enlisted voluntarily for active service
            other than period of war time or national emergency.

     c.     Suspension periods as a result of disciplinary action.


                                      ARTICLE 33
                                  Private Automobiles

1.   Where an employee is required by a supervisor to u s e hidher private automobile
     in the performance of County business, he/she shall be reimbursed a t the rate as
     established by NRS for each mile actually traveled in the performance of such
     County business. If an employee is required to u s e a passenger vehicle in the
     performance of hidher job, the County will make every effort to provide a County
     vehicle for use. In the event the employee is required to transport a client for any
     purpose the County must provide an appropriate vehicle.



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2.   Employees who are assigned to the Spring Mountain Youth Camp shall receive
     remote area pay of $1 15 [$I001 per $ay period. REMOTE PAY SHALL BE
     REPORTED AS COMPENSATION TO THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT
     SYSTEM FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCLUDING SAME IN THE CALCULATION OF
     RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYEES RECEIVING SUCH PAY. THE
     PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE FINAL DETERMINATION AS TO WHETHER
     REMOTE PAY MAY BE CONSIDERED FOR SUCH PURPOSES RESTS SOLELY
     WITH THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM TRUSTEES.


                                ARTICLE 34
                             Tools and Uniforms

1.   Each eligible PERMANENT AND PROBATIONARY employee required to provide
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     tools for hidher job and holding [the permanent] A classification [ f LISTED
     BELOW SHALL RECEIVE A TOOL ALLOWANCE OF $300 ON HIS/HER FIRST
     PAYCHECK IN JANUARY:

     Auto & Equipment Specialist
     Auto & Equipment Supervisor
     Auto & Equipment Technician I
     Auto & Equipment Technician I 1
     Carpenter
     Cement Mason
     [Communications Technician]
     Electrician
     Electrical Maintenance Supervisor
     FaciIities Maintenance Technician
     HVAC Mechanic
     HVAC Maintenance Supervisor
     Irrigation Systems Technician
     Locksmith
     MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR - AIRPORT
     Maintenance Supervisor
     Painter
     Plumber
     Skilled Trades Worker
     Sr Electrician
     Sr Facility Maintenance Technician
     Sr HVAC Mechanic
     Traffic Signal Technician
     Traffic Signal Technician Supervisor
     Welder


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     [shall receive a tool allowance of $300 an hidher first pavcheck in January]. Any
     eligible employee leaving County employment between January and July must
     reimburse the County an amount equal to ten dollars ($10) for each biweekly pay
     period remaining in the contract year. The department head OR HIS/HER
     DESIGNEE will provide these employees a list of tools required for their positions.
     The department head shall notify, by December 31, Clark County Human
     Resources and the Union of these employees required to provide tools and the list
     of tools they are required to provide.

2.   All departments that currently supply tools to employees not serving in
     classifications in Section 1 shall continue to provide tools at no cost to the
     employee. PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT (AND ALL RELATED ACCESSORIES)
     REQUIRED BY THE COUNTY FOR AUTO & EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS SHALL
     BE PURCHASED BY THE COUNTY.

3.   The County reserves the right to determine the employees who are required to wear
     uniforms and to designate the uniform to be worn. The County will EITHER provide
     [the] A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF uniforms OR PROVIDE FOR A UNIFORM
     ALLOWANCE FOR THE DEPARTMENTS AND CLASSIFICATIONS AS LISTED
     BELOW.

     POSITION CLASSIFICATION                   DEPARTMENT                 AMOUNT
     SUPERVISOR BAILIFF                        DISTRICT COURT             $600
     BAILIFFS                                  DISTRICT COURT             $600
     BAILIFFS                                  JUSTICE COURT              $600
     CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF FIELD OFFICER        DETENTION CENTER           $700
     DEPUTY SHERIFF FIELD OFFICER              DETENTIONCENTER            $700
     SR DEPUTY SHERIFF FIELD OFFICER           DETENTIONCENTER            $700
     ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY                  FIRE                       $400
     CHEMI CAL ENGI NEER                       FIRE                       $400
     DEPARTMENTALSYSTEMS TECH.                 FIRE                       $400
     EXECUTIVEASSISTANT                        FIRE                       $400
     FINANCIAL OFFICE ASST. I
                            1                  FIRE                       $400
     FIRE MECHANICAL SUPERVISOR                FIRE                       $400
     FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER                  FIRE                       $400
     MANAGEMENT ANALYST I                      FIRE                       $400
     OFFICE ASSISTANT I I                      FIRE                       $400
     SECRETARY                                 FIRE                       $400
     SR. FINANCIAL ANALYST                     FIRE                       $400
     SR. FINANCIAL OFFICE ASST.                FIRE                       $400
     SR. SYSTEMSTECHNICIAN                     FIRE                       $400

4.   Uniforms PROVIDED BY THE COUNTY must be returned to the County upon the
     employee's separation from the County,




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5.    EMPLOYEES ARE REQUIRED TOA WEAR COUNTY-ISSUED SAFETY
      EQUIPMENT DURING THEIR ASSIGNED SHIFTS.


                                  ARTICLE 35
                          TIME AND Attendance [PoliciesJ

      Within each department. a team comDrised of labor and manaaement
      representatives. shall establish their department attendance Dolicv. Labor
      representatives shall be appointed from the affected deoartment bv the Union and
      manaaement remesentatives shall be appointed bv the deDartment head. There
      shall be an equal number of labor and manaaement reoresentatives appointed to
      the team up to a combined maximum of six (6) team members. Each deDartment
      shall have an attendance policv in effect within 60 calendar davs after this
      Agreement is sianed. The team shall meet on occasion to review the effectiveness
      of the attendance policv and update the policv when necessary.
      Each department attendance policv shall address the followina:

      a.
      -     Goal of the attendance policv,

      b.
      -     Scheduled and unscheduled absences.

      -
      C.    Tardiness,

      d.
      -     Emplovee notification procedures when unable to reoort to work. and

      e.
      -     Referral of an emplovee to the Clark County Emolovees Assistance Proaram
            based on unscheduled absences.]

[2]1. Scheduled absences occur when an employee's use of vacation leave,
      compensatory time, sick leave, catastrophic leave, holiday leave, or any leave
      provided by Article 25 of this Agreement has been authorized in writing by an
      employee's department head or designee in advance of the leave.

[3]2. Unscheduled absences occur when an employee is absent without appropriate prior
      approval as defined in Paragraph [2] 1 of this Article. Unscheduled leave for
      bereavement purposes of up to three (3) shifts per occurrence shall not be
      considered an unscheduled absence.

[4]3. An employee is considered tardy when the employee does not begin to perform
      assigned duties at the start of his or her designated shift. In addition, tardiness of
      15 or more minutes shall be reported as leave without pay rounded to the nearest
      one-fourth (1/4) of an hour.


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[5]4. The determination of whether an ergployee's attendance is acceptable or
      unacceptable shall be based on unscheduled absences and tardiness in a
      designated period in accordance with the department attendance policy. An
      employee's absence due to an approved service connected disability is addressed
      in Article 27 of this Agreement and such absences shall not be considered in
      determining an employee's attendance rating for a formal performance appraisal.

[GI5   An employee's attendance shall be one of the factors included in a formal
       performance appraisal but shall not be used as the decisive factor in a salary
       adjustment decision.

COUNTY-WIDE ATTENDANCE POLICY COMMITTEE

IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS:

1.     WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM FULL AND FINAL RATIFICATION OF THE
       COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT, EACH PARTY SHALL APPOINT FIVE
       (5) MEMBERS OF THEIR CHOOSING TO SERVE AS THEIR RESPECTIVE
       REPRESENTATIVES ON A COMMITTEE TO DEVELOP A COUNTY-WIDE
       AlTENDANCE POLICY.

2.     THE COMMIXEE WILL FUNCTION UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE FEDERAL
       MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION SERVICE, SPECIFICALLY LAVONNE RITTER,
       WHOM SHALL SERVE AS FACILITATOR

3.     THE COMMITTEE WILL CONVENE AS PRACTICABLE AS POSSIBLE, AND
       SHALL MEET AS OFI-EN AS NECESSARY AS DETERMINED BY THE PARTIES
       AND/OR FACILITATOR.

4.     THE PARTIES SHALL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO DEVELOP THE POLICY PRIOR
       TO JULY 1, 1999.


                                    ARTICLE 36
                       Clark County's Substance Abuse Policy

POLICY ON DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE WORKPLACE

It is the policy of Clark County and the Nevada Service Employees Union to foster and
provide a drug and alcohol free workplace for all employees. A drug and alcohol free
workplace protects the safety of the public as well as the County's valuable workforce.
While the County will be supportive of those who seek help voluntarily, the County will be
equally firm in identifying and disciplining those who continue to be substance abusers and


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do not seek help.
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1.    Guidina Principles:

      There are four (4) guiding principles underlying the adoption of this policy
      They are:

      a.     Education - The County and Union believe that education and training of all
             employees in the effects and treatment of substance abuse will contribute to
             a safer and more efficient workplace for everyone.

      b.     Deterrence - The County and Union are committed to eliminating the effects
             of substance abuse in the workplace. All employees are prohibited from
             using, possessing, buying or selling drugs or alcohol in the workplace,
             are prohibited from reporting to work or being subject to work (specifically on
             standby or on break) with prohibited drugs active in their systems or while
             under the influence of alcohol.

      c.     Enforcement - The substance abuse policy will be strictly enforced.
             Violations of the policy or procedures will be cause for discipline, up to and
             including termination of employment.

      d.     Treatment - The County and Union are committed to helping employees with
             admitted substance abuse problems overcome those problems, and
             encourage voluntary rehabilitation options.

2.    Policv Purposes:

      The purposes of the substance abuse policy are:

      a.     To implement a fair and balanced approach to eliminating substance abuse
             and its effects on the job;

      b.     To protect the public and employees; and

      c.     To provide a strong incentive for voluntary rehabilitation and return to work.

3.    -
      Rules:

      The County and Union have formulated clear rules and penalties to ensure
      compliance with the substance abuse policy. The primary rules are:




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ALCOHOL                                  4

a.   The consumption of a n alcoholic beverage by a n employee on duty will
     result in immediate termination with no Last Chance Agreement. The
     possession of a n open atcoholic beverage by an employee on duty shall be
     c a u s e for disciplinary action up to a n d including termination. The only
     exception to disciplinary action for the possession of a n o p e n alcoholic
     beverage while on duty is when t h e handling of a n o p e n alcoholic beverage
     is incidental to the employee’s assigned duties.

b.   If a n employee who is required to drive as part of hidher assigned duties
     h a s h i d h e r driver’s license suspended or revoked, temporarily or
     permanently, d u e to a substance related offense, the employee must notify
     his/her supervisor of t h e s e circumstances when next reporting to duty.
     Failure to do so shall be c a u s e for disciplinary action up to a n d including
     termination.

c.   The felony conviction of a n employee as a result of alcohol while off County
     premises a n d not o n duty shall be c a u s e for disciplinary action u p to and
     including termination.

DRUGS

a.   For the purpose of this policy, the term “drug” shall include, but not be
     limited to, sedatives (Le.Valium, downers), stimulants (Le. s p e e d , uppers),
     hallucinogens (Le., LSD), cocaine, crack, cannabinoids (Le. marijuana),
     opiates, phencyclidine (PCP), a n d volatile solvents (Le. inhalants). This
     includes prescription and over-the-counter medication (Le. cold medication,
     pain medication).

b.   The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or u s e of
     a n illegal drug or controlled substance by a n employee in the work place or
     during work hours is prohibited. Employees in violation of this policy will be
     suspended pending termination with n o Last C h a n c e Agreement.

c.   The u s e of any drug, whether prescribed, over-the-counter, o r illegal, which
     negatively affects performance or the ability of a n employee to work in a safe
     manner may be c a u s e for discipline where the employee knew o r should
     h a v e known that the drug would adversely diminish hidher capabilities to
     perform the job.

d.   W h e n e v e r a n employee is prescribed a drug by a licensed health care
     provider or u s e s a n over-the-counter medication which may negatively affect

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             his/her performance or ability to perform in a safe manner, t h e employee
             must notify hidher supervisor prior to the start of h i d h e r shift. An employee
             who fails to notify hidher supervisor may be subject to disciplinary action up
             to a n d including termination and may be placed on a Last Chance
             Agreement. Supervisors shall ensure that employees are not placed in
             capacities that may jeopardize the safety of others.

      e.     The possession or u s e of illegal drugs while off County premises and while
             not on duty may be c a u s e for discipline u p to and including termination,
             where such conduct c a n be shown to have a direct and material adverse
             effect on the County's interests, including public image.

      f.     If a n employee who is required to drive as part of hidher assigned duties
             has hidher driver's license suspended or revoked temporarily or
             permanently, d u e to a substance related offense, t h e employee must notify
             hidher supervisor of t h e s e circumstances when next reporting to duty.
             Failure t o do so shall be c a u s e for disciplinary action up to a n d including
             termination.

      g.     T h e conviction for t h e possession or being under t h e influence of illegal
             drugs while off County premises and while not o n duty shall be cause for
             disciplinary action up to and including termination.

      h.     The conviction of a n employee for the sale o r possession with intent to sell
             illegal drugs is c a u s e for immediate termination with no Last Chance
             Agreement.

      I.     Employees must notify their immediate supervisor of a n y personal criminal
             drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in t h e work place no later
             than five (5) calendar days after such conviction. Failure to notify the
             immediate supervisor shall result in disciplinary action.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING

T h e County may require a n individual to submit to a drug a n d alcohol test under the
following circumstances.

1.    Pre-Em pl ovment :

      Clark County Human Resources will identify specific job classifications that require
      a n applicant selected as a new hire to take and p a s s a drug and alcohol screen.
      A positive result from the drug and/or alcohol screen may result in the applicant not
      being hired. If a legal drug screen i positive, the applicant must provide, within 24
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     hours of request, bona fide verification of a valid current prescription for the drug
     identified in the drug screen a n d it must be in the applicant's name. If the
     prescription is not in the applicant's n a m e or the applicant does not provide
     acceptable verification, or if t h e drug is o n e that is likely to impair the applicant's
     ability to perform the job duties, the applicant will not be hired.

2.   Reasonable Cause:

     An employee will be required to undergo immediate drug and alcohol testing in
     a c c o r d a n c e with the following procedures if there is reasonable c a u s e that the
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     employee i under the influence of a drug and/or alcohol. Reasonable cause that
     a n employee is under the influence of a drug and/or alcohol will be based on
     specific facts and/or reasonable inferences derived from those facts. Examples of
     circumstances, although not inclusive, which constitute a basis for determining
     reasonable cause a r e specified o n the "Observation/lncident Report" included as
     part of this policy.

3.   Po s t-Accid e nt :

     An employee involved in a n on-the-job accident or injury will be required to undergo
     a drug a n d alcohol test.

4.   Testina Procedures for Reasonable C a u s e and Post-Accident:

     a.      Any supervisor evaluating a n employee for reasonable c a u s e must complete
             the Clark County "Observation/lncident Report". T h e Observation/lncident
             Report must be sent to the appropriate department h e a d and the Employee
             Relations Division of Clark County Human Resources. Supervisors and
             m a n a g e r s will not be permitted to u s e this policy as a vehicle to harass
             employees. Supervisors and managers will be subject to the disciplinary
             process up to and including termination if they engage in harassing behavior
             towards employees.

     b.      The suspected employee will be afforded t h e right, if he/she so desires, to
             request that, in addition to the first supervisor, another on-duty supervisor
             provide a second opinion as to reasonable cause. If another supervisor is
             not able to report to observe the suspected'employee within 30 minutes d u e
             to the distance a second supervisor would have to travel to observe the
             employee, the employee's request for a second opinion will not be granted.

     C.       If t h e employee is a n eligible member of a bargaining unit, the first
             supervisor advises him/her of hidher right to have a Union representative
             prior to testing and allow the s a m e 30 minutes for a Union representative to


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     appear. If mitigating circumstances warrant, the supervisor may wait up to
     a maximum of o n e (1) hour for a Union representative.

d.   If it is determined that reasonable cause exists, the employee will b e relieved
     of duty and transported to a drug testing specimen collection site for a drug
     a n d alcohol screen. The supervisor must remain with t h e employee a t the
     collection site until the test sample is collected; arrangements will b e made
     to h a v e t h e employee transported home. The sample will be tested and
     confirmed a n d chain of custody maintained by a Substance Abuse Mental
     Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) certified laboratory facility. A
     sufficient amount of a sample will be taken so that, a t a n employee's request
     and expense, a n alternative SAMHSA testing facility may be used to test the
     s a m e sample; chain of custody will be maintained between testing facilities.
     An employee who i incapacitated to the point that heishe cannot provide a
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     s a m p l e a t the time of the incident must later provide the necessary
     authorization for releasing hospital or medical reports that would indicate
     whether or not the employee w a s under the influence of a drug and/or
     alcoho I.

e.   Advise the employee that he/she will remain o n paid status until the test
     s a m p l e is collected. After the sample is collected t h e employee will be
     placed on leave in the following order as leave benefits a r e exhausted (sick
     leave, compensatory time, vacation leave, leave without pay) until the
     County receives the test results. If the test is negative, t h e County will make
     the employee whole.

f.   T h e results will be delivered by mail or carqier t o the Employee Relations
     Division of Clark County Human Resources, who will then immediately notify
     a n d make a copy of the report available t o the employee. T h e employee's
     department head or designee will be notified whether t h e test results a r e
     positive o r negative. A drug test will be considered positive if the
     confirmation cutoff levels established by the SAMHSA a r e exceeded. An
     alcohol test resulting in a blood alcohol concentration greater than .01
     percent will be considered a violation of the substance a b u s e policy.

g.   Refusal to submit to a drug and alcohol test or to provide the necessary
     authorization for releasing hospital or medical reports that would indicate
     whether or not the employee w a s under the influence of a drug and/or
     alcohol will be considered a positive test result and t h e employee will b e
     placed on a Last Chance Agreement.




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DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES FOR A POSITIVE DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL TEST
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1.   A test resulting in a positive screen for a legal drug will result in the following
     act ions:

     a.     T h e employee may be disciplined for the performance or behavior that
            established reasonable c a u s e to test the employee.

     b.     T h e employee will provide to the medical review officer (MRO), within 24
            hours of request, a bona fide verification of a valid, current prescription for
            the drug identified. The prescription must be in the employee's name. If the
            employee does not provide acceptable verification of a valid prescription, or
            if the prescription is not in the employee's name, o r if the employee has not
            previously notified hidher supervisor, the employee will be subject to
            disciplinary action in accordance with Section 2 below.

     c.     Before the employee may return to work, t h e employee must provide the
            department head with a certificate of fitness from t h e prescribing
            physiciaktate certified health care provider. The certificate of fitness must
            be a signed statement indicating whether a n employee is medically able to
            perform regularly assigned job duties without restriction o r limitation while
            taking the prescribed medication. If the employee is restricted from
            performing regularly assigned duties, the certificate must also identify the
            employee's restrictions.

2.   A test resulting in a positive screen for a n illegal drug o r t h e a b u s e and/or misuse
     of a legal drug or controlled substance will result in the following action:

     a.     First offense: Unless previously specified as a n infraction resulting in
            immediate termination, the employee will receive a suspension without pay
            for a period of time based on the severity of the infraction and will be
            required to sign and successfully complete the conditions of a Last Chance
            Agreement.

     b.     Before the employee may return to work, t h e employee must provide the
            department head with a negative return to duty test o r t h e human resources
            release to return to duty statement signed by a physician or licensed/certified
            rehabilitation and treatment program provider releasing t h e employee to
            return to work. T h e return to duty statement must be a signed statement
            indicating whether a n employee is able to return to work a n d perform
            regularly assigned job duties without restriction or limitation. If t h e employee
            is restricted from performing regularly assigned duties, t h e statement must
            also identify the employee's restrictions. This must occur within 60 days of

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            the drug test date. Failure to do so within 60 days will result in disciplinary
            action up to and including termin3tion.

     c.     Second offense: The employee will be suspended without pay pending
            termination.
3.   A test resulting in a blood alcohol concentration of less than .IO percent or the limit
     specified in NRS 484.0135 or other applicable law if different than .10 percent will
     result in the following action:

     a.     First offense: Unless previously specified as a n infraction resulting in
            immediate termination, the employee will receive a suspension without pay
            for a period of time based on t h e severity of the infraction and will be
            required to seek assistance through the Employee Assistance Program. The
            employee will be required to provide a negative return t o duty test or human
            resources release to return to duty statement signed by a licensedkertified
            rehabilitation and treatment program provider releasing the employee to
            work. The return to duty statement must be a signed statement indicating
            whether a n employee is able to return to work a n d perform regularly
            assigned job duties without restriction or limitation. If t h e employee is
            restricted from performing regularly assigned duties, the certificate must also
            identify the employee's restrictions. This must occur within 60 days of the
            drug test date. Failure to do so within 60 d$ys will result in disciplinary
            action up to and including termination.

     b.     Second offense: Unless previously specified as a n infraction resulting in
            immediate termination, the employee will receive a suspension without pay
            for a period of time based on t h e severity of t h e infraction and will be
            required to sign and successfully complete t h e conditions of a Last Chance
            Agreement.

     C.     Third offense: The employee will be suspended without pay pending
            termination.

4.   A test resulting in a blood alcohol concentration of .I 0 percent or greater or the limit
     specified in nrs 484.0135 or other applicable law if different than . I O percent will
     result in the following action:

     a.     Unless previously specified as a n infraction resulting in immediate
            termination, the employee will receive a suspension without pay for a period
            of time based on t h e severity of t h e infraction and will b e required to sign
            and successfully complete the conditions of a Last Chance Agreement.



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      b.     Second offence: the employee will be suspended without pay pending
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             termination.

LAST CHANCE AGREEMENT

Refusal to sign a Last Chance Agreement will be considered just cause for termination.
The Last Chance Agreement will be the final step before termination in the disciplinary
process and will be in effect for the entire duration of county employment. Employees
covered under the dot regulations are required to comply with all recommendations made
by the substance abuse professional. The Last Chance Agreement will require at least the
following:

1.    The employee to contact the Employee Assistance Program within five (5) working
      days of employee notification of a positive drug or alcohol test.

2.    The Employee Assistance Program will assess, determine and recommend the
      appropriate level of treatment and provider options. The employee is encouraged
      to seek treatment.

3.    Negative return to duty test or a Human Resource return to duty statement signed
      by a physician or a licensedcertified rehabilitation and treatment program provider
      releasing the employee to return to work. This must occur within 60 days of the
      drug test date. Fqilure to do so within 60 days will result in disciplinary action up
      to and including termination.

4.    A minimum of four (4) random tests over a period of one (1) year from the date of
      returning to duty. An employee's department head or immediate supervisor, as
      approved by the department head, may require testing at any time the employee is
      on duty.

CONFIDENTIALITY

With the exception of the laboratory testing facility, the Employee Relations and Employee
Assistance Divisions of Clark County Human Resources, the tested individual, and the
Risk Management Division for workers' compensation incidents, the medical record shall
not be released to anyone without express written authorization of the tested individual
unless ordered by means of proper legal procedure and appropriate legal authority, such
as, but not limited to, court ordered subpoena, or in connection with a disciplinary
proceeding.

To ensure the confidentiality of employees' medical records, laboratory reports, test
results, and Observation/lncident Reports shall not appear in an employee's personnel file.
Information of this nature will be contained in a separate confidential medical record that


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will b e securely kept under the control of Clark County Human Resources.
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TRAlNIN G

Training is a n essential element in assuring the effectiveness of the drug and alcohol free
workplace program. Supervisors and employees must be kept informed of not only the
policy and procedures of this drug and alcohol program but of the programs available to
them which promote wellness a n d safety. Supervisor training will b e made available;
individual consultation by the Employee Assistance staffwill b e available upon request.

1.     Supervisor Training:

       Topics include:

       a.     Developing working knowledge of drug and alcohol policy and drug testing
              procedures.

       b.     Developing working knowledge of impact of substance a b u s e in the
              workplace.

       C.     Developing working knowledge on identification of possible impaired
              employees through symptom recognition and job performance standards.

       d.     Developing skill in application of procedures to effectively approach and
              appropriately handle questionable behavior with employees.

       e.     Becoming knowledgeable in available resources and procedures for referral
              such as the Employee Assistance Program.

       f.     Learning effective participation in monitoring a Last Chance Agreement.

       9.     Learning the critical issues regarding confidentiality a n d employee rights.

2.     EmDlovee Awareness Training:

       Topics include:

       a.     The drug and alcohol policy and drug testing procedures.

       b.     Impact of drugs a n d alcohol in workplace.

       c.     Available resources for assistance including the Employee Assistance
              Program.

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      d.     Effects, signs and symptoms of alfohol and drugs.

      e.     The Last Chance Agreement.

      f.     Confidentiality and its application in the drug and alcohol policy.

OTHER LAWS, STATUTES OR REGULATIONS

Clark County is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to those employees
whose drug and/or alcohol problem classifies them as disabled under federal and state
law.

The provisions of any applicable law, statute, regulation or ordinance (i.e. The Omnibus
Transportation and Employee Testing Act of 1991 and the Federal Highway Administration
and Department of Transportation rules of February, 1994) and any amendments thereto,
shall control in the event of any conflict with the provisions of this policy.

DEFINITIONS

DRUG AND ALCOHOL TEST: For the purposes of this policy, drug and alcohol test
means a test for the detection of at least the following: alcohol, amphetamines,
barbiturates, cocaine, propoxyphene, benzodiazepines, marijuana, methadone,
methaqualone, opiates, and phencyclidine (PCP).

FIRST SUPERVISOR: A supervisor from any department, who has been through the
Supervisor Training Program specified in this policy, who first observes different or
abnormal behavior of an employee.

ILLEGAL DRUGS: Any drug (a) which is not legally obtainable; or (b) which is legally
obtainable but has not been legally obtained. The term includes prescribed drugs not
legally obtained and prescribed drugs not being used for prescribed purposes.

LEGAL DRUG: Prescribed drugs and over-the-counter drugs which have been legally
obtained and are being used for the purpose for which they were prescribed or
man.ufact"red .

ON DUTY: Assigned work hours excluding paid and unpaid leaves.

SECOND SUPERVISOR: A supervisor from any department, who has been through the
Supervisor Training Program specified in this policy, who is called in to assist in the
assessment of the different or abnormal behavior of an employee.

SAMHSA: Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration.


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SUBSTANCE ABUSE:           The misuse or illicit,use    of alcohol and/or drugs including
controlled substances.


                                       ARTICLE 37
                                     Entire Agreement

It is intended that this Agreement sets forth the full and entire understanding of the parties
regarding the matters set forth herein. However, all other provisions contained in and
through existing rules, policies, regulations and practices which may provide benefits
applicable to this bargaining unit will continue to be granted to bargaining unit employees
unless specifically modified by the terms of this Agreement.


                                       ARTICLE 38
                                 ConfIicting Agreements

1.     This Agreement supersedes all personnel rules heretofore in effect by the County
       relating to those subjects addressed by the provisions of this Agreement to the
       extent such rules are in conflict with the terms of this Agreement. This Agreement
       does not preclude the County from formulating new or additional rules and
       guidelines which are consistent with the terms of this Agreement or the provisions
       of the NRS, subject to the procedures of this Article 38.

2.     Every employee not excluded from the bargaining unit shall be given a copy of the
       Clark County Merit Personnel System Manual and the NSEU Agreement. Additions
       and amendments to the Clark County Merit Personnel System Manual will be
       forwarded to the Union for review at least      [a]
                                                        45 calendar days prior to the
       effective daie of adoption.

3.     It is the County's intention that rules, policies, procedures and directives are to be
       interpreted and applied uniformly to all employees in this bargaining unit under
       similar circumstances. This in no way precludes the individual departments from
       promulgating their own rules and procedures providing that such rules and/or
       procedures are not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement and the Clark
       County Merit Personnel System. IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT BETWEEN THE
       CLARK COUNTY MERIT PERSONNEL SYSTEM AND THE PROVISIONS OF THIS
       AGREEMENT, THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL PREVAIL.
       Department rules and policies will be reviewed and approved by Clark County
       Human Resources for consistency with the Clark County Merit Personnel System
       and this Agreement before implementation. The Union will be provided with a copy
       of all department rules and policies approved by Clark County Human Resources
       prior to implementation within the department . The department will provide each


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     employee with a copy of department ruies and policies. A copy of all approved
     department rules and policies will be kept on file in Clark County Human
     Resources.


                                  ARTICLE 39
                              General Savings Clause

1.   If any provision of this document or any application of the document to any person
     or persons covered herein be found contrary to federal law or the NRS, then this
     provision or application shall be deemed invalid except to the extent permitted by
     law, but all other provisions thereof shall continue in full force and effect. If there
     is any change in federal law or the NRS that would invalidate or supplement any
     provision of this Agreement, excluding changes in NRS Chapter 288, the parties will
     meet to negotiate any change in the Agreement relative to the affected provisions
     only.

2.   In the event NRS Chapter 288 is amended, the County and Union, through a
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     committee o not more than five (5) representatives each, will meet within 30 days
     of such passage to informally discuss the ramifications, if any, on the current
     negotiated Agreement.


                                    ARTICLE 40
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                                 Term o Agreement

1.   This Agreement shall be effective DECEMBER 18, 1998, and shall remain in effect
     until the last day of June, [1998] 2002, and shall continue from year to year
     thereafter unless the County and the Union agree to change, amend, modify or
     terminate this Agreement pursuant to the provisions of NRS Chapter 288.

2.   Consistent with Article 38 herein, this Article does not preclude informal discussion
     between the parties of any matter which is not subject to negotiation or contract.
     Any such informal discussion is exempt from all requirements of notice or time
     schedule.




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                  Appendix A
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Class Code        Class Title                              Pay Grade
N11121            Accountant I                             C27
N11123            Accountant I I                           C28
E11126            Accounting Supervisor                    C30
NO0663            Administrative Secretary                 C25
NO4353            Administrative Specialist                C26
E23627            AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT ADMIN            C31
N24453            AIRFIELD COORD/NORTH LAS VEGAS           C27
N23563            AIRPORT BIKE PATROL                      c21
E l 1024          [Airport Budget Officer]                 [WI
                  AIRPORT BUDGET/PURCH SVCSADMIN           C32

El 0827           Airport Business Administrator           C32
[E417271          [Airport Communications Administrator]   JC321

E41627            AIRPORT COMMUN CONTROL MGR               C32
N24053            Airport Control Center Operator          C23
N24056            Airport Control Center Supervisor        C28
[N37587] E37587   Airport Custodial Superintendent         C31
N23763            Airport Customer Service Rep             c22
N23766            Airport Customer Service Supv            C28
E23767            Airport Customer Svc Admin               [a]
                                                            C31
E21125            Airport Engineer                         c33
N34573            Airport Equipment Technician             C25
N31541            Airport Escort                           c20
N24253            Airport Operations Coordinator           [c27]
                                                               C28
E24227            Airport Operations Manager               C32
N24256            Airport Operations Supervisor            C30
NO2266            Airport Paging Supervisor                C25
N23463            AIRPORT PARKING ATTENDANT                c21
N23866            Airport Parking Shift Supervisor         [C24] C26
N23663            Airport Passenger Service Rep            c22


                                   75
N23667         Airport Passenger Service Supv       C28
                                    4
N23666         Airport Passenger Shift Supv        C26
E l 9427       AIRPORT PLANNING MANAGER            C32
E09527         AIRPORT PROGRAM ADMIN                C31
N23953         Airport Property Monitor             C24
N24353         AIRPORT RAMP CONTROLLER              C26
N24356         AIRPORT RAMP MGMT SUPV               C29
E24257         Airport Relations Administrator      C31
E46147         Airport Security Administrator       C31
N23966         Airport Services Coordinator         [m]
                                                      C27
N31687         Airport Shuttle Transport Supv       C25
E23847         Airport Transportation Manager       C31
N23946         Airport Transportation Shift Supv    C26
N23943         Airport Transportation Specialist   - C23
N23947         Airport Transportation Supervisor    C28
N23967         AIRPORT WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR         C29
N45363     .   Animal Control Dispatcher            c22
N45543         Animal Control Officer               C25
N45546         Animal Control Supervisor            c29
E14127         Applications Supervisor              C32
N25067         APPRAISAL DATA COLLECTOR             C25
N25061         Appraisal Technician I               c22
N25063                              1
               Appraisal Technician I               C23
N21623         Architect                            C30
N21023         Assoc Engineer                       C30
N41423         ASST CURATOR         OF EDUCATION    C24
N37486         Asst Custodial Supervisor            C24
N21021         Asst Engineer                        C29
N22026         Asst GIS Database Administrator      C30
E16526         ASST MANAGER CENTRAL SERVICES        C29
E02767         Asst Manager Family Support          C31


                               76
NO9127     Asst Manager FYSD                    C31
                            4
N31587     Asst Manager Maint Mgt               C31

E27527     Asst Manager Building Inspections    C32
E23827     [Asst Manaaer CIT]                   C29
           ASST MANAGER TERMINAL 2

E l 9127   Asst Planning Manager                C31
NO2366     Asst Transit Customer Svc Supv       C25
N36285     Asst Transit Maintenance Admin       C28
N41655     ASST TRANSIT MARKETING MGR           C28
E l 1226   Audit Supervisor                     C31
N11221     Auditor I                            C28
N11223     Auditor II                           C29
N36074     Auto & Equipment Specialist          -C27
N36174     AUTO 8 EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST-CDL      C27
N36076     Auto & Equipment Supervisor          C29
N36071     Auto & Equipment Technician I        C25
N36171     AUTO 8 EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN I-CDL    C25
N36073     Auto & Equipment Technician II       C26
N36173     AUTO 8 EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN II-CDL   C26
N36186     Automotive Parts Supervisor          C27
N36183     Automotive Parts Worker              C23
N36182     Automotive Service Worker            C23
N46943     Bailiff                              C25
N27534     Building Inspection Specialist       C29
N27531     Building Inspector I                 C26
N27532     Building Inspector I I               C27
N27864     Building Permit Specialist           C24
N27867     Building Permit Supervisor           C30
N27724     Building Plans Check S p e c         C30
N27733     Building Plans Check Technician      C26
N27721     Building Plans Checker I             C28

                            77
N27723                          1
         Building Plans CheJter I             C29
NO0941   Business License Agent I             C26
NO0943   Business License Agent II            C27
NO0861   Business License Technician I        c22
NO0863   Business License Technician II       C23
N28031   Camera Instrument Tech I             C25
N28033   Camera Instrument Tech II            C26
N34173   Carpenter                            C26
N34174   CARPENTER (CDL)                      C26
N37484   Carpet Repair Specialist             C23
N34273   Cement Mason                         C26
N16576   Central Services Supervisor          C27
N16571   Central Services Worker I            c22
N16573   Central Services Worker I I          - C23
N20924   Chemical Engineer                    C31
N39821   Chemist I                            C27
N39823           1
         Chemist I                            C28
N46346   Chief Deputy Sheriff Field Officer   C29
NO9452   Child Development Assistant          c22
NO9421   Child Development Specialist I       C27
NO9423   Child Development Specialist I1      C28
NO9426   Child Development Supv               C30
NO9321   Child Protective Svcs Spec I         C27
NO9323   Child Protective Svcs Spec II        C28
NO9326   Child Protective Svcs Supv           C30
NO9521   Child & Family lntervent Spec I       C28
NO9523   Child & Family lntervent Spec II      C29
E09327   Child & Youth Program Admin           C32
NO9351   Child & Youth Program Tech I          C23
NO9353   Child & Youth Program Tech i l        C24
E09427   Child & Youth Psych Svcs Admin        c33


                        78
N20124    CIP Coordinator                    C30
                                4
N18932    Code Enforcement Assist ant        C25
N18934    Code Enforcement Specialist        C27
N12736    Collect & Customer Svc Supv        C27
E34027    Collections & Svcs Admin           c3-1
NO2163    Collector-Messenger                c22
E34127.   Coll, Systems/ Fleet Maint Admin   C31
N34673    Communications Technician          C26
N13331    Computer Operator I                C24
N13333    Computer Operator II               C25
N21433    Construction Mgt Inspector         C28
N28431    Control Systems Analyst I          C28
N28433    Control Systems Analyst II         C29
E20524    Control Systems Engineer           -C32
N10383    Cook                               IC231 C24
N10385    CookAnstructor                     [c24]
                                                 C25
N46441    Coroner Investigator               C26
NO1524    Court lnterprative Svcs Spec       C27
NO1464    Court Recorderflranscriber         C25
NO1461    Court Transcriber I                c22
NO1463    Court Transcriber II               C23
N10386    Culinary Supervisor                [m]
                                               C27
N41424    Curator of Education               C28
N41324    Curator of Exhibits                C28
N37483    Custodial Specialist               c22
N37487    Custodial Supervisor               C26
N37482    Custodian                          c21
N14021    Data Base Analyst I                C28
N?4023                      1
          Data Base Analyst I                C29
N10432    [Delinquent Tax Collector]         C25
          DELINQUENT TAXIFEE COLLECTOR


                           79
E l 3927   Departmental Systeps Admin         C3 1
N13923     Departmental Systems Coord         C29
N13952     Departmental Systems Tech          C27
N21237     Deputy County Surveyor             C31
N46342     Deputy Sheriff Field Officer       C26
N19331     Development Technician I           C25
N 19333                           1
           Development Technician I           C26
N20034     Drafting SpeciaIist                C25
N20065     DRUG COURT PROGRAM COORDINATOR C29
NO1561     D/F Courtroom Clerk I          [c23]
                                              C24
NO1563     D/F Courtroom Clerk II             IC241C25
NO1566     D/F Courtroom Clerk Supervisor     C26
N50664     Election Operations Specialist     C25
N50666     Election Operations Supervisor     -[m]
                                                 c29
N15483     Election Warehouse Supv            C26
N34776     Electrical Maintenance Supv        C29
N34773     Electrician                        C26
N35873     ELECTRICIAN-CDL                    C26
N44164     Eligibility Specialist             C24
N44161     Eligibility Worker I               c22
N44163                        1
           Eligibility Worker I               C23
E47025     EMS Quality Assurance Admin        C29
N21131     Engineering Technician I           C24
N21133     Engineering Technician II          C25
N33275     ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SPECIALIST   C27
N32084     Equipment Coordinator              C29
N31883     Equipment Operator                 C25
N47322     Estate Case Manager Asst           C25
N47321     Estate Case Manager I              C27
N47323     Estate Case Manager II             C28
N47451     Estate Coordinator I               C25


                            80
                                           ,




N47453     Estate Coordinator                  C26
N47433     Estate Technician                   C24
NO1061     Evidence Custodian I                C24
NO1063     Evidence Custodian I1               C25
N34073     Facility Maintenance Technician     C26
N10021     FAMILY MED SPEC I                   C28
N10023     FAMILY MED SPEC II                  C29
NO2761     Family Support Specialist I         C23
NO2763     Family Support Specialist II        C24
NO2766     Family Support Supervisor           C26
NO2767     Family Support Unit Administrator   C28
N33373     Farebox Mechanic                    C25
N50663     FIELD OPER COORD                    C24
NO0262     Financial Office Assistant I        - c21
NO0263     Financial Office Assistant I1       c22
NO0264     Financial Office Specialist         C23
N29073     Fire Equipment Technician           C26
N36176     Fire Mechanical Supervisor          C30
[E208241   Fire Protection Engineer             C31
N20824

N47031     FORENSIC ASSISTANT                   c21
NO1363     Forensic Medical Transcriber         C23
N47131     Forensic Pathology Technician I      C24
N47133     Forensic Pathology Technician I 1    C25
N22021     GIS Analyst I                        C28
N22023     GIS Analyst II                       C29
E22027     GIS Database Administrator           C32
N22031     GIS Technician i                     C25
N22033     GIS Technician II                    C26
N16824     Graphic Artist                       C28
N16854     Graphic Specialist                   C24

                            81
N31884   Heavy Equipment Qperator              C26
N31784   Heavy Truck Driver                    C25
N43982   Home Health Aide                      c22
N33734   Horticultural Specialist              C25
N34876   HVAC Maintenance Supv                 C29
N34873   HVAC Mechanic                         C26
N29173   Hydrant Technician                    C26
N20721   HYDROLOGIST I                         C28
N20723   HYDROLOGIST I1                        C29
N37583   INDUSTRIAL WINDOW WASHER              C23
N13336   Info Systems Facilities Admin         C31
N28131   InstrumentationTechnician I           C25
N28133   InstrumentationTechnician I I         C26
N11224   Investigative Auditor                 C30
N46246   Investigative Supervisor              C30
N46242   Investigator I                        C26
N46243   Investigator I I                      c27
N33733   Irrigation Systems Technician         C25
N13051   [ISD Cust Support Specialist I]       C25
         IT CUSTOMER SUPPORT SPEC I
N13053                        t
         [ISD Cust S u p ~ o rSpecialist Ill   C26
         IT CUSTOMER SUPPORT SPEC II
E13057   T
         I CUSTOMER SUPPORT SUPERVISOR         C30
NO0865   JUDICIAL EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT          C27
NO0766   Jury Commissioner                     C27
NO1964   Justice Court Intake Specialist       C24
NO1261   Justice Courtroom Clerk I             C23
NO1263   Justice Courtroom Clerk II            C24
NO9252   Juvenile Detention Assistant          c22
NO9021   Juvenile Probation Officer I          E27
NO9121   Juvenile Probation Officer I          C27


                            82
NO9123   Juvenile Probation Qfficer II          C28
NO9023   Juvenile Probation Officer I I         E28
NO9126   Juvenile Probation Supervisor          C30
E39836   Laboratory Supervisor                  C31
N39831   Laboratory Technician I                C24
N39833   Laboratory Technician II               C25
N21524   Landscape Architect                    C29
N21523   Landscape Des i gner                   C28
E40137   [WW 0Derations Admi n i st ra t or]    C31
         LAUGHLIN OPERATIONS ADMIN
N43461   Law Librarian I                        C26
N43463   Law Librarian II                       C27
N43361   Law Library Assistant I               c22
N43363   Law Library Assistant II              - C23
N43364   Law Library Technician                C24
NO0362   Legal Office Assistant I              c 21
NO0363   Legal Office Assistant II             c22
NO0366   Legal Office Services Supv            C25
NO0364   Legal Office Specialist               C23
NO1661   Legal Secretary I                     C23
NO1663   Legal Secretary II                    C24
NO1761   Legal Word Processor I                c22
NO1763   Legal Word Processor I I              C23
NO1766   Legal Word Processor Supv             C24
N31483   Line Service Representative           c22
N31486   Line Service Supervisor               C25
N34973   Locksmith                             C26
N34077   Maint 2 Operations Supervisor
               %                               C29
N28271   Maintenance Mechanic I                C25
N28273   Maintenance Mechanic II               C26
N34076   Maintenance Supervisor                C27


                           83
€34177     Maint enance Supt-$irport            C32
N31581     Maintenance Worker I                 c22
N31681     MAINTENANCE WORKER I CDL        -    c22
N31583     Maintenance Worker I I               C23
N31683     MAINTENANCE WORKER II - CDL          C23
NO4121     Management Analyst I                 C28
NO4123                        1
           Management Analyst I                 C29
E20927     Manager Airport Design & Const       c33
1E23928J   [Manaaer ClQ                         1c311
E24027     Manager General Aviation Arpts       C31
N15383     Materials Controller                 C26
N28276     Mechanical Maintenance Supv          C29
E47027     MedicaI Services Administrator       C30
N39921     Microbiologist I                    - C27
N39923     Microbiologist II                    C28
NO5561     Microfilm Operator I                 c20
NO5563     Microfilm Operator II                c21
E41357     Museum Administrator                 C29
N41353     Museum Registrar                     C26
N14421     Network Analyst I                    C28
N14423     Network Analyst II                   C29
NO0162     Office Assistant I                   c20
NO0163                      1
           Office Assistant I                   c21
NO0161     Office Services Aide                 c19
NO0167     Office Services Manager              C27
NO0166     Office Services Supervisor           C26
NO0164     Office Specialist                    c22
N16671     Offset Duplicating Operator I        C23
N16673     Offset Duplicating Operator II       C24
N33973     Painter                              C26
N33873     PAINTER (CDL)                        C26


                           84
NO7053        Paralegal                          C26
                                      4
NO2467        PARATRANSIT MONITOR                C23
N33987        Park Maintenance Supervisor        IC271 C28
N33981        Park Maintenance Worker 1          c22
N33983        Park Maintenance Worker II         C23
N23863        Parking Attendant                  c21
N23867        Parking Supervisor                 C28
N33684        PesticideIHerbicide Specialist     C25
N27824        Plan Check Specialist              C29
N27821        Plan Checker I                     C27
N27823        Plan Checker I I                   C28
N19121        [Planner I]                        C28
              PLANNER
N19133        Planning Technician                - C24
N34373        PIurn ber                           C26
N34374        PLUMBER (CDL)                       C26
N37481        PORTER                              c20
N28333        Pretreatment Inspector              C28
N28336        Pretreatment Program Coord          C29
N28331        Pretreatment Technician             C26
E2 1027       Principal Civil Engineer            C32
N21136        Principal Engineering Technician    C28
E21127        Principal Eng/Architect             C32
E04126        Principal Management Analyst        C31
[ E l 91261   Principal Planner                   C30
E19125
N21236        Principal Survey Technician         [ a ] C29
E40134        Process Control Specialist          C31
N46241        Process Server                      c22
NO9527        Program Administrator               C31
N14121        Programmer Analyst I                C28



                                 85
N14123     Programmer Analyst I I               C29
                               4
N20035     Project Coordinator                  C29
N25126     Property Appraisal Supervisor        C30
N25152     Property Appraiser I                 C27
N25123     Property Appraiser I I               C28
N25151     Property Appraiser Trainee           C25
N44324     Psychiatric Social Worker            C28
N4742 I    Public Guardian C a s e Manager I    C27
N47423     Public Guardian C a s e Manager II   C28
N47422     Public Guardian C a s e Mgr Asst     C25
N47426     Public Guardian C a s e Mgr Supv     C30
E41 5 27   PUBLIC INFO ADMINISTRATOR            C29
N41524     Public Information Coordinator       C28
N41554     Public Information Specialist        -C24
NO1 162    Public Services Assistant            c21
NO1 164    Public Services Specialist           c22
E l 5527   Purchasing Administrator             C31
N15521     Purchasing Analyst I                 C28
N 15523    Purchasing Analyst I
                              1                 C29
N15551     Purchasing Technician I              c22
N15553     Purchasing Technician I1             C23
N25124     Real Property Appraiser S p e c      C29
NO0461     Recordation Technician I             c22
NO0463     Recordation Technician I
                                  1             C23
N4t252     Recreation/Cultural Assistant        C23
N41267     Recreation/Cultural Prog Admin       C29
N41266     Recreat ion/Cul tu ral P rog Su pv   C28
N41261     Recreation/Cultural S p e c I        C24
N41264     Recreation/Cultural S p e c II       C25
N47023     Registered Nurse                     C28
N21331     Right-of-way Agent I                 C27

                            86
N21333   Right-of-way Agent I I                  C28
                               9
NO2469   ROUT1NG SPECIALIST                      C23
N11135   RTC Revenue Supervisor                  C29
N33881   Rural Parks & Rec Worker I              C23
N33883   Rural Parks & Rec Worker II             C24
NO6254   Safety Officer                          C30
N12733   Sanitation Billing Inspector            C25
N27961   Sanitation Permit Technician I          c22
N27963   Sanitation Permit Technician I 1        C23
E20324   SD Construction Administrator           C31
N28531   SD CONTROL SYS TECH I                   C26
N28533   SD CONTROL SYS TECH II                  C27
E20527   SD Lift Station Manager                 C31
N34177   SD PLANNEWSCHEDULER                    - C29
E20424   SD Plant Engineer                       C32
N40132   SD TECHNICIAN                           C25
NO0563   Secretary                               c22
N31641   Security Guard                          c20
N31646   Security Systems Coordinator            C27
N31682   Shuttle Bus Driver                      c21
N31686   Shuttle Bus Shift Supervisor            c22
N34473   Sign Maker                              C24
N34072   Skilled Trades Worker                   C24
N34172   SKILLED TRADES WORKER CDL          -    C24
NO2166   Slot Drop Supervisor                    C24
N44421   Social Svcs Mediation Spec I            C27
N44424   Social Svcs Mediation Spec I I          C28
N44224   Social Work Specialist                  c29
N44226   Social Work Supervisor                  C30
N44252   Social Work Technician                  C25
N44221   Social Worker I                         C27

                          87
N44223   Social Worker II                   C28
                              4
NO0844   Special Agent                      C28
N46244   Special Investigator               C28
N11125   Sr Accountant                      C29
N23565   SR AIRPORT BIKE PATROL             c22
N24055   SR AIRPORT OPERATIONS DISPATCHER   C25
N23945   Sr Airport Transportation Spec     C24
N45365   Sr Animal Control Dispatcher       C23
N45545   Sr Animal Control Officer          C26
N25065   Sr Appraisal Technician            C24
N46945   Sr Bailiff                         C26
N27533   Sr Building Inspector              C28
N27865   Sr Building Permit Specialist      C25
NO0945   Sr Business License Agent          C28
N14525   SR BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST        C30
N34175   SR CARPENTER                       c27
N16575   Sr Central Services Worker         C24
N39825   Sr Chemist                         c29
NO9425   Sr Child Development Spec          C29
NO9325   Sr Child Protective Svcs Spec      c29
NO9525   Sr Child & Family intervent Spec   C30
E21025   Sr Civil Engineer                  C31
N18935   Sr Code Enforcement Specialist     C28
N34675   Sr Communications Technician       C27
N13335   Sr Computer Operator               C26
N21435   Sr Construction Mgt Inspector      C29
N46443   Sr Coroner investigator            c27
NO1465   SR COURT RECORDEWTRANSCRIBER       C26
N37485   Sr Custodian                       c22
N14025   Sr Data Base Analyst               C30




                         88
N10435   [Sr Delinquent Tax Collector]           C26
         SR DELINQUENT T M F E E COLLECTOR

N46345   Sr Deputy Sheriff Field Officer         C27
E20925   Sr Electrical Engineer                  C31
N34775   Sr Electrician                          C27
N44165   Sr Eligibility Worker                   C25
N21135   Sr Engineering Technician               C27
E20825   Sr Engineer/Architect                   C31
N47325   Sr Estate Case Manager                  C29
N47455   Sr Estate Coordinator                   C27
N34075   Sr Facility Maintenance Tech            C27
NO2765   Sr Family Support Specialist            C25
N33375   SR FAREBOX MECHANIC                     C26
NO0265   Sr Financial Office Assistant          - C23
NO0665   Sr Financial Office Specialist          C24
N29075   Sr Fire Equipment Technician            C27
N47135   Sr Forensic Pathology Tech              C26
N22025   Sr GIS Analyst                          C30
N43985   Sr Home Health Aide                     C23
N34875   Sr HVAC Mechanic                        C27
N20724   [Hvdroloaist]                           C31
         SR HYDROLOGIST
N13055   [Sr ISD Customer Su~port S~ecialist]    C27
         SR INFO TECHNOLOGY CUSTOMER
         SUPPORT SPEC
N28135   Sr InstrumentationTechnician            C27
NO0365   Sr Legal Office Assistant               C23
NO0765   Sr Legal Office Specialist              C24
N28275   Sr Maintenance Mechanic                 C27
N31585   Sr Maintenance Worker                   C24
N31685   SR MAINTENANCE WORKER CDL         -     C24
E04125   Sr Management Analyst                   C30


                          89
E20725     Sr Mechanical E n g p e e r        C31
N39925     Sr Microbiologist                  C29
N14425     Sr Network Analyst                 C30
E20625     Sr Nuclear Waste Engineer          C31
NO0165     Sr Office Assistant                c22
NO0065     Sr Office Specialist               C23
N16675     Sr Offset Duplicating Operator     C25
N33985     Sr Park Maintenance Worker         C24
E27825     Sr Plan Checker                    C30
N19123     Sr Planner                         C29
N14125     Sr Programmer Analyst              C30
N25125     Sr Property Appraiser              C29
N47425     Sr Public Guardian C a s e Mgr     C29
NO1165     Sr Public Services Specialist     - C23
E l 5525   Sr Purchasing Analyst              C30
NO0465     Sr Recordation Technician          C24
N41167     Sr Rec/Cultural Program Admin      C30
N33885     Sr Rural Parks & R e c Worker      C25
N12735     Sr Sanitation Billing Inspector    C26
N28535     SR SD CONTROL SYS TECH             C28
NO0565     Sr Secretary                       C23
N34475     Sr Sign Maker                      C25
N44425     SR SS MEDIATION SPEC               C29
N15285     Sr Storekeeper                     C24
N2t 235    Sr Survey Technician               C26
N33535     Sr Swimming Pool Technician        C26
N14335     SR SYSTEMS OPERATOR                C27
E14226     [SUDVSvstems Proarammer]           C31
           SR SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER
N13825     Sr Systems Technician              C29
NO2265     Sr Telephone/Paging Operator       c22


                            90
NO2365   Sr Transit Custome5Service Rep    c22
NO2465   Sr Transit Dispatcher             C23
NO2185   Sr Vault Attendant                C23
NO2864   Sr Victim Witness Advocate        C26
N33475   SR VOTING MACHINE TECHNICIAN      C26
N40035   Sr Water Plant Operator           C27
N40135   Sr WW Treatment Plant Operator    C27
N15283   Storekeeper                       C23
N31984   Street Sweeper Operator           C25
N46946   Supv Bailiff                      C27
N27536   Supv Building Inspector           C30
N27866   Supv Building Permit Specialist   C27
NO0866   Supv Business License Tech        C25
N21436   Supv Construction Mgt Inspector   -C30
N10436   Supv Delinquent Tax Collector     C27
N19336   Supv Development Technician       C28
NO1666   Supv Legal Secretary              C26
E41426   SUPV NETWORK ANALYST              C32    .

N33986   Supv Park Maintenance Worker      C26
€27827   Supv Plan Checker                 C32
N21336   Supv Right-of-way Agent           C30
NO0845   [SR Special Aaent]                [Gal
         SUPV SPECIAL AGENT                C30
N13826   Supv Systems Technician           C30
N19946   Supv Transit Monitor              C25
N40037   SUPV WATER PLANT OPER             C29
N40136   Supv W Treatment Plant Oper       C29
N21231   Survey Technician I               C24
N21233   Survey Technician II              C25
N33533   Swimming Pool Technician          C25
N14331   SYSTEMS OPERATOR I                C24


                        91
N14333    SYSTEMS OPERATOR II                C25
                                 4
E14227    SYSTEMS PROG SUPV                  C32
N14221    Systems Programmer I               C29
N14223    Systems Programmer II              C30
N13821    Systems Technician I               C27
N13823    Systems Technician II              C28
N43263    Technical Librarian                C26
NO2263    Telephone/Paging Operator          c21
N24153    Terminal 2 Ops Coordinator         C27
N35074    Traffic Safety Coordinator         C27
N35176    Traffic Safety Supervisor          C29
N35076    [Traffic Sianal Tech Supv]         [c291
          TRAFFIC SYSTEMS TECH SUPERVISOR    C30

N35073    [Traffic SignaI Technician]       -[   a ]
          TRAFFIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN         C27
NO2363    Transit Customer Service R e p     c21
NO2367    Transit Customer Service Supv      C27
NO2463    Transit Dispatcher                 c22
NO5063    Transit Distribution Assistant     c22
NO5066    Transit Distribution Supervisor    C27
E36286    Transit Maintenance Admin          C30
N41654    Transit Marketing Specialist       C24
N19943    Transit Monitor                    C23
N31582    Transit Worker                     c20
N33783    Tree Trimmer                       C25
N31783    Truck Driver                       C24
NO21 82   Vault Attendant                    c22
NO21 86   Vault Supervisor                   [m]
                                               C27
N45681    Vector Control Officer I           C24
N45683    Vector Control Officer It          C25
N45686    VECTOR CONTROL SUPERVISOR          C29


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NO2861   Victim Witness Advocate I         C23
                              4
NO2863   Victim Witness Advocate I I       C24
NO2867   Victim Witness Program Admin      C31
NO2966   Volunteer Coordinator             C29
N33473   Voting Machine Technician         C25
N40036   Water Ops & Maintenance Supv      C30
N40031   Water Plant Operator I            C25
N40033   Water Plant Operator I I          C26
N35173   Welder                            C26
N40131   WW Treatment Plant Operator I     C25
N40133   WW Treatment Plant Operator I I   C26
N19062   Zoning Specialist                 C24




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                      APPEND&   B
                    Clark County
             Salary Schedules & Ranges
             July 1,1998 - J u n e 30,1999


                                          RANGE
Schedule                      Minimum             Maximum

19         Annual             18,091.84           28,048.80
           Biweekly           695.84              1,078.80
           Hourly             8.698               13.485

20         Annual             19,666.40           30,482.40
           Biweekly           756.40              1,172.40
           Hourly             9.455               14.655

21         Annual             21,240.96           32,924.32
           Biweekly           816.96              1,266.32
           Hourly             10.212              15.829

22         Annual             22,940.32           35,557.60
           Biweekly           882.32              1,367.60
           Hourly             11.029              17.095

23         Annual             24,776.96           38,403.04
           Biweekly           952.96              1,477.04
           Hourly             11.912              18.463

24         Annual             26,761 -28          41,477.28
           Biweekly           1,029.28            1,595.28
           Hourly             12.866              19.941

25         Annual             28,899.52           44,792.80
           Biweekly           1,111.52            1,722.80
           Hourly             13.894              21 -535

26         Annual             31,212.48           48,376.64
           Biweekly           1,200.48            1,860.64
           Hourly             15.006              23.258



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                      APPEND^ B
                      Clark County
            Salary Schedules & Ranges
                          -
            July 1,1998 June 30,1999


                                          RANGE
Schedule                      Minimum             Maximum

27         Annual             33,708.48           52,247.52
           Biweekly           1,296.48            2,009.52
           Hourly             16.206              25.119

28         Annual             36,404.16           56,428.32
           Biweekly           1,400.16            2,170.32
           Hourly             17.502              27.129

29         Annual             39,318.24           60,941.92
           Biweekly           1,512.24            2,343.92
           Hourly             18.903              29.299

30         Annual             42,463.20           65,817.44
           Biweekly           1,633.20            2,531.44
           Hourly             20.415              31-643

31         Annual              45,857.76          71,084.00
           Biweekly            1,763.76           2,734.00
           Hourly              22.047             34.175

32         Annual              49,528.96          76,770.72
           Biweekly            1,904.96           2,952.72
           Hourly              23.812             36.909

33         Annual              53,489.28          82,910.88
           Biweekly            2,057.28           3,188.88
           Hourly              25.716             39.861




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                      APPEND& c

                     Clark County
             Salary Schedules 8 Ranges
             July 1, I999 -June 30,2000


                                   RANGE
Schedule                    Minimum        Maximum

19         Annual           18,769.92      29,099.20
           Biweekly         721.92         1,I19.20
           Hourly           9.024          13.990

20         Annual           20,402.72      31,624.32
           Biweekly         784.72         1,216.32
           Hourly           9.809          15.204

21         Annual           22,035.52      34,157.76
           Biweekly         847.52         1,313.76
           Hourly           10.594         16.422

22         Annual           23,799.36      36,890.88
           Biweekly         915.36         1,418.88
           Hourly           11.442         17.736

23         Annual           25 ,704.64     39,842.40
           Biweekly         988.64         1,532.40
           Hourly           12.358         19.155

24         Annual           27,763.84      43,031.04
           Biweekly         1,067.84       1,655.04
           Hourly           13.348         20.688

25         Annual           29,983.20      46,471.36
           Biweekly         1,153.20       1,787.36
           Hourly           14.415         22.342

26         Annual           32,381.44      50,190.40
           Biweekly         1,245.44       1,930.40
           Hourly           15.568         24.130



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                      APPEND&   c
                   Clark County
            Salary Schedules & Ranges
            July 1,1999 -June 30,2000


                                        RANGE
Schedule                    Minimum             Maxim urn

27         Annual           34,971.04           54,204.80
           Biweekly         1,345.04            2,084.80
           Hourly           16.813              26.060

28         Annual           37,768.64           58,543.68
           Biweekly         1,452.64            2,251.68
           Hourly           18.158              28.146

29         Annual           40,790.88           63,225.76
           Biweekly         1 ,568.88           2,431.76
           Hourly           19.611              30.397

30         Annual           44,054.40           68,2 84.32
           Biweekly         1,694.40            2,626.32
           Hourly           21.180              32.829

31         Annual           47,575.84           73,748.48
           Biweekly         1,829.84            2,836.48
           Hourly           22.873              35.456

32         Annual           51,386.30           79,649.62
           Biweekly         1,976.396           3,063.447
           Hourly           24.704              38.293

33         Annual           55,494.40           86,018.40
           Biweekly         2,134.40            3,308.40
           Hourly           26.680              41.355




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                      APPENDI% D

                    Clark County
            Salary Schedules & Ranges
            July 1, 2000 -June 30,2001


                                         RANGE
Schedule                     Minimum             Maximum
19         Annual            19,425.12           30,116.32
           Biweekly          747.12              1,158.32
           Hourly            9.339               14.479

20         Annual            21,116.16           32,730.88
           Biweekly          812.16              1,258.88
           Hourly            10.152              15.736

21         Annual            22,805.12           35,351 -68
           Biweekly          877.12              1,359.68
           Hourly            10.964              16.996

22         Annual            24,631.36           38,180.48
           Biweekly          947.36              1,468.48
           Hourly            11.842              18.356

23         Annual            26,603.20           41,236.00
           Biweekly          1,023.20            1,586.00
           Hourly            12.790              19.825

24         Annual            28,735.20           44,536.96
           Biweekly          1,105.20            1,712.96
           Hourly            13.815              21.412

25         Annual            31,031-52           48,095.84
           Biweekly          1,193.52            1,849.84
           Hourly            14.919              23.123

26         Annual            33,512.96           51,945.92
           Biweekly          1,288.96            1,997.92
           Hourly            16.112              24.974



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                      APPEND^ D
                    Clark County
            Salary Schedules & Ranges
            July 1, 2000 - J u n e 30,2001


                                        RANGE
Schedule                      Minimum           Maximum

27         Annual             36,194.08         56,101.76
           Biweekly           1,392.08          2,157.76
           Hourly             17.401            26.972

28         Annual             39,089.44         60,592.48
           Biweekly           1,503.44          2,330.48
           Hourly             18.793            29.131

29         Annual             42,217.76         65,436.80
           Biweekly           1,623.76          2 3 16.80
           Hourly             20.297            31.460

30         Annual             45,595.68         70,674.24
           Biweekly           1,753.68          2,718.24
           Hourly             21.921            33.978

31         Annual             49,239.84         76,327.68
           Biweekly           1,893.84          2,935.68
           Hourly             23.673            36.696

32         Annual             53,181.44         82,436.64
           Biweekly           2,045.44          3,170.64
           Hourly             25.568            39.633

33         Annual             57,435.04         89,028.16
           Biweekly           2,209.04          3,424.16
           Hourly             27.613            42.802




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                      APPEND^ E
                      Clark County
             Salary Schedules & Ranges
             July 1,2001 -June 30,2002


                                          RANGE
Schedule                      Minimum             Maximum

19         Annual             20,103.20           31 ,168.80
           Biweekly           773.20                 I
                                                  1,98.80
           Hourly             9.665               14.985

20         Annual             21,854.56           33,874.88
           Biweekly           840.56              1,302.88
           Hourly             10.507              16.286

21         Annual             23,601.76           36,587.20
           Biweekly           907.76              1,407.20
           Hourly             11.347              17.590

22         Annual             25,492.48           39,515.84
           Biweekly           980.48              1,519.84
           Hourly             12.256              18.998

23         Annual             27,532.96           42,677.44
           Biweekly           1,058.96            1,641.44
           Hourly             13.237              20.518

24         Annual             29,739.84           46,094.88
           Biweekly           1,143.84            1,772.88
           Hourly             14.298              22.161

25         Annual             32,117.28           49,778.56
           Biweekly           1,235.28            1,914.56
           Hourly             15.441              23.932

26         Annual             34,684.00           53,763.84
           Biweekly           1,334.00            2,067.84
           Hourly             16.675              25.848



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                      APPEND& E

                   Clark County
            Salary Schedules & Ranges
            July I,      -
                   2001 June 30,2002


                                       RANGE
Schedule                     Minimum           Maximum

27         Annual            37,460.80         58,065.28
           Biweekly          1,440.80          2,233.28
           Hourly            18.010            27.916

28         Annual            40,456.00         62,712.00
           Biweekly          1,556.00          2,412.00
           Hourly            19.450            30.150

29         Annual            43,694.56         67,726.88
           Biweekly          1,680.56          2,604.88
           Hourly            21.007            32.561

30         Annual            47,191.04         73,147.36
           Biweekly          1,815.04          2,813.36
           Hourly            22.688            35.167

31         Annual            50,962.08         78,998.40
           Biweekly          1,960.08          3,038.40
           Hourly            24.501            37.980

32         Annual            55,040.96         85,321.60
           Biweekly          2,116.96          3,281.60
           Hourly            26.462            41.020

33         Annual            59,444.32         92,144.00
           Biweekly          2,286.32          3,544.00
           Hourly            28.579            44.300




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                                      APPENDIX       F
                                       Definitions

Unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms used in this Agreement shall
have the meanings ascribed to them below. Any words or terms not ascribed below shall
be interpreted in their context as such appears in this Agreement and, if no context is
apparent, shall be given their plain and ordinary meaning.

1.    Actual Service The number of days actually worked on the job. Sick leave with
      pay, vacation with pay, injury or illness incurred in the County Service during the
      period the employee is receiving compensation from the County and absence on
      temporary military duty or Union leave shall be considered time worked for the
      purposes of determining actual service.

2.    Administrative Emdovee Any employee whose primary duties consist of work
      directly related to formulating and administering management- policies and
      programs, who regularly exercises discretion and independent judgement. In
      addition, it includes the County Manager, Sanitation District Director, Law Librarian,
      Manager of Clark County Regional Flood Control District, Director of Transportation
      Commission, hidher deputy and immediate assistants, attorneys, all classifications
      assigned to the Management Compensation Plan and others who are primarily
      responsible for formulating and administering management policy and programs.
      Administrative employees are not covered by this Agreement.

3.    ApDointing Authoritv An official having authority to legally make appointments to
      positions in the County service.

4.    Arbitrator An impartial third party chosen in accordance with the provisions of the
      Agreement for the purpose of deciding appropriate grievances submitted in
      accordance with such Agreement.

5.    Base Salary That rate of pay provided to an employee as compensation reflected
      in the salary Appendix(es) in exchange for services provided exclusive of any cash
      or non-cash benefits.

6.     Break in Service Those periods during which an employee is not in pay status and
       ineligible to accrue annual leave, sick leave, longevity and other benefits unless
       otherwise delineated in the Agreement.

7.     Certificate of Fitness A signed statement from a state licensed health care provider


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      indicating whether an employee is medically able to perform regularly assigned job
                                                4,
      duties without restriction or limitation.

8.    Certificate of Illness A statement signed by a state licensed health care provider
      describing the type and extent of disability causing absence from job duties. Such
      statement shall, if possible, also include the provider's opinion as to when and if an
      employee is able to return to assigned job duties.

9.    ComDensatorv Time That paid time off due an employee in lieu of overtime pay.

IO.   Confidential Emplovee An employee occupying a position which by the nature of
      its duties has access to decisions of management affecting employee relations and
      has been designated confidential by the County Manager. In addition, it includes
      any employee occupying a position in the County Manager's Office or Clark County
      Human Resources. Confidential employees are not covered by this Agreement.

11.   Continuous Service That service commencing with appointment to a permanent
      budgeted position and continuing until separation from County service minus any
      breaks in service.

12.   Demotion The movement of an employee from one classification to another
      classification with a lower salary range. Involuntary demotions as a result of
      discipline are eligible to use the disciplinary process.

13.   Department Head Appointed or elected official directly responsible to the County
      Manager, or Assistant County Manager(s) or the electorate for the overall
      administration of a department.

14.   Division Head A subordinate to the department head who has administrative
      responsibility for a major functional unit within the department.

15.   Emeraency A situation where the needs of the department require a position to be
      filled immediately due to operational needs and the delay would cause substantial
      problems in completing the mission of the department.

16.   Grant Emdovee An employee occupying a position funded by grant monies. Such
      employees accrue fringe benefits in the manner set forth in this Agreement.
      However, the term of employment is subject to the continuance of grant funds and
      such employees shall be terminated without rights of appeal when such funds are
      no longer available.

17.   Initial Amointment First position held by an individual in the competitive service of
      the County.


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18.   J o b Vacancv A budgeted position in the competitive service to which a n
      appointment h a s not been made.

19.   Labor Relations Hearinq Officer An impartial individual selected by the County and
      the Union in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement for the purpose of
      conducting hearings of employee appeals submitted in accordance with such
      Agreements.

20.   Local Government E m d o v e e Manaaement Relations Act Chapter 288 of the
      Nevada Revised Statutes along with any amendments thereto and judicial
      interpretations thereof.

21.   Local Government Emplovee Any person employed by Clark County, Clark County
      Sanitation District, Clark County Regional Transportation Commission, Clark
      County Regional Flood Control District, or Clark County Law Library.

22.   Local Government Emplover Clark County, Clark County Sanitation District, Clark
      County Regional Transportation Commission, Clark County Regional Flood Control
      District or Clark County Law Library.

23.   Meritorious That level of performance which h a s been established by the
      department head or hidher designee to b e worthy of special recognition in the form
      of merit increase for eligible employees.

24.   Neaotiations T h e process of collective bargaining between the County and the
      Union in determining the relationship between both parties, conditions of
      employment, a n d compliance with s u c h conditions.

25.   Overtime P a y Money d u e an employee for the hours a n employee is required by
      hidher supervisor to work overtime.

26.   Part Time Hourlv Employee One who is hired to fill a part-time hourly position and
      normally works 20 hours or less per week. S u c h employees a r e paid only for the
      actual hours worked and are not eligible for a n y other benefits of employment.
      Part-time hourly employees are not covered by this Agreement.

27.   Part-Time Hourlv Position A position in the non-competitive service having an
      irregularly scheduled work week (normally 20 hours or less per week).

28.   Permanent EmDlovee O n e who h a s successfully completed his/her initial
      probationary period in a permanent position.

29.   Permanent-intermittent Emplovee O n e who h a s successfully completed hidher


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      initial probationary period in a permanent-intermittent position and works a regularly
      scheduled work week of 20 hours or more4but less than 40 hours. Such employees
      accrue all fringe benefits as set forth in the Agreement on a prorated basis.

30.   Permanent-Intermittent Position A permanent position in the competitive service
      which requires 20 hours or more but less than full-time employment.

31.   Permanent Position A budgeted position in the competitive service with a normally
      scheduled work week of 40 hours or more.

32.   Privileged Documents Those documents that pertain to security checks, reference
      materials from past employers or schools, and subjective evaluations elicited during
      the selection process.

33.   Probationary Emplovee One who is hired to fill a budgeted position but has not
      completed the probationary period. Probationary employees are not covered by
      this Agreement.

34.   Probationary Period That period of time after initial appointment during which the
      employee has not attained permanent status in that classification.

35.   Promotion The movement of an employee from one classification to another
      classification with a higher salary range.

36.   QualifvinG Period An initial period served in a position by a permanent employee
      as a result of a promotion or a voluntary transfer.

37.   Reassianment Any non-disciplinary movement of an employee from one position
      to another for which he/she is qualified as established in the job description.

38.   Recall The procedure under the provisions of Article 13 of this Agreement for the
      return of employees who have been laid off.

39.   Rehire The appointment of a former permanent or permanent-intermittent
      employee who separated from County service in good standing.

40.   Reinstatement The restoring of a permanent or permanent-intermittent employee
      to hidher previous position under the provisions of Disciplinary Process.

41.   Service Connected Disabilitv Physical or mental incapacity resulting from an injury
      by accident or an occupational disease arising out of and in the course of
      employment which prevents an employee from engaging in assigned job duties and
      for which he/she is eligible for State Industrial Insurance System benefits.


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42.       Salarv Adjustment T h e progression from a lower pay level in a salary range to a
          higher pay level within the same salary Ange.

43.       Strike A concerted:

          (a)    S t o p p a g e of work, slowdown or interruption of operations by local
                 government employees;

          (b)    A b s e n c e from work by local government employees upon any pretext or
                 excuse, such as illness, which is not founded in fact; or

          0      Interruption of the operations of the County by the Union.

44.       Supervisor An employee occupying a position which is responsible for directing the
          work of other employees.

45.       Suspension A temporary break in service with or without pay resulting from a
          disciplinary action o r pending such action.

46.       Temporaty Emplovee One who is hired to f i l l a budgeted o r a non-budgeted
          position not to exceed six (6) months but which will normally not exceed four (4)
          months. If a temporary employee applies for and is hired to fill a budgeted
          permanent or permanent-intermittent position, hidher probationary period shall b e
          retroactive to the date of employment in the temporary position if in the s a m e class.
          However, benefits eligibility and accrual shall begin on the date of initial
          appointment into t h e permanent o r permanent-intermittent position. Temporary
          employees a r e not covered by this Agreement.

47.       Temporary Position A budgeted or non-budgeted position in the noncompetitive
          service approved for a limited period of time, normally less than four (4) months but
          not exceed six (6) months.

48.       Term Emdovee An employee occupying a position limited in duration to more than
      .
          six (6) months. S u c h employees accrue fringe benefits in the manner set forth in
          this Agreement. When the position ends, s u c h employees shall b e terminated
          without rights of appeal.

49.       Term Position A budgeted position in the competitive service approved for a limited
          period of time of more than six (6) months.

50.       Transfer T h e movement of an employee from a position in one County department
          to a position in another County department having the same salary range.


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51.   Volunteer A person in a non-budgeted position who performs assigned duties
      without compensation. Volunteers are n8t covered by this Agreement.

52.   Workdav As referred to in all Articles excluding Article 11, Article 12 and Article 24
      of this Agreement, the official workday shall begin at 12:Ol a.m. and end at midnight
      each day of the week.

53.   Workina Dav As refereed to in Article 1I , Article 12 and Article 24 of this
      Agreement, a working day shall be a day County offices are normally open for
      business, which is Monday through Friday, 8:OO a.m. until 5 0 0 p.m. excluding
      holidays. In computing any period of time prescribed or allowed by Article 11,
      Article 12 and Article 24, the day of the act, event, or default from which the
      designated period of time begins to run shall not be included.




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                                         APPENDIX G
                           Clark County’s Substance Abuse Program
                                  Observation/lncident Report

        Reasonable C a u s e                 Post-Accident                (check o n e )

Date of Report                                         Time of Day

Name of Observed Employee

Location of Observation

Observer
           Name                                        Signature

                                                       - - -
           Position                                     1st      2nd    Other
                                                              (Supervisor)

Reasonable Cause Testing:
Reasonable c a u s e for testing is a belief that a n employee is under t h e influence of a drug and/c
alcohol based o n specific facts and/or reasonable inferences derived from those facts. An
observing supervisor shall describe and document the following:
-     Specific observations concerning the appearance, behavior, speech or performance of the
      employee; and/or
-     Violation of safety rule or other unsafe work incident which, after investigation, leads the
      supervisor(s) to believe that drug and/or alcohol u s e may be a contributing factor; and/or
-     Other physical, circumstantial or immediate indicators of drug and/or alcohol use.

Post-Accident Testing:
An employee involved in a n accident while on duty may be required to undergo a drug and alcohol
test when there is property damage that exceeds $500, and/or personal injury. An observing
supervisor shall describe and document the following:
-      Description of accident
-      Resulting personal injury; andlor
-      Resulting property damage.

REASONABLE CAUSE INDICATORS OR ACCIDENT SUMMARY:




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               (Continue on side 2 and/or attach aaditional s h e e t s if necessary)


Associated with reasonable c a u s e indicators and/or accidents are a variety of "warning signs"
which usually appear on the job. Check the symptom or symptoms you have observed in the
employee.

       Drowsiness                                           Watery, glassy, red e y e s
       Constricted/dilated pupils                           Hallucinations
       Euphoria (elevated mood)                             Relaxed inhibit ions
       Extreme mood changes                                 Disoriented behavior
       Poor t ime/d i stance perception                     Slurred speech
       Exaggerated sense of ability                         Excessively talkative
       Poor hand/eye coordination                           Wanders aimlessly
       Excessive irritability                               Depression
       Rapid or slow breathing                              Rapid speech
       Stares off into s p a c e                            Staggering walk
       Drunken behavior with or                             Violent behavior
       without odor of alcohol                              Other

ACTIONS TAKEN:




COMMENTS BY EMPLOYEE:



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CONTINUATION FROM FIRST PAGE IF NECESSARY:




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cc:   Department Head
      Employee Relations Division of Clark Count? Human Resources

                           TESTING PROCEDURES CHECKLIST:

      Complete a n d s e n d Observation/lncident Report (Section 4 (a))
      Advise employee of right t o request second supervisor (Section 4 (b))
      Advise employee of right t o Union representation (Section 4 (c))
      Advise employee of leave procedures (Section 4 (e))
      Advise employee of refusal to test policy (Section 4 (9))
      Transport employee to collection site and make arrangements for transporting the employee
      home (Section 4 (d))




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                        L E T E R OF AGREEMENT
                                 BETWEEN
                             CLARK COUNTY
                                   AND
            NEVADA SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION/SEIU, LOCAL 1107


                  EXCESS DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN

THE COUNTY AGREES TO RECOMMEND, WITHIN 90 DAYS OF RATIFICATION OF THE
AGREEMENT, THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXCESS DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN
FOR POST-RETIREMENT MEDICAL BENEFITS PURSUANT TO INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
SECTION 457 TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR APPROVAL IN
CONFORMANCE WITH THE NEVADA OPEN MEETING LAW. SUCH PLAN SHALL COMPLY
WITH ALL APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE AND SHALL BE
GOVERNED BY THE PLAN DOCUMENT AS APPROVED BY THE BOARD.

THE COUNIY AGREES TO NEGOTIATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PLAN ON
BEHALF OF PARTICIPATING EMPLOYEES AT THE TIME THE UNION SERVES NOTICE TO
REOPEN ARTICLE 21. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCESHALL THE PROVISIONS OF THE PLAN
BE SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF NRS, CHAPTER 288.




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                                                              L
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                            AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED - MAINTENANCE WORK PROGRAM FY 1998/99 -
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY



STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                   FWCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #13
                                                   Date: 0 1/14/99
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                        AGENDA ITEM


      SUBJECT:

      ADDITIONAL REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED FOR THE
      1998/99 ANNUAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
      PETITIONER:

      JAMES A. BELL, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DEPUTY DIRECTOR
      CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS


      RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

         S
      IT I RECOMMENDED THAT THE REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
      APPROVE THE AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED

     FISCAL IMPACT:
          $709,759        Programmed amount from Interlocal Contract
           200,000        Authorization to proceed previously encumbered June 11, 1998
           509,759        This additional request
                 0        Unencumbered programmed amount

     BACKGROUND:

    The City of North Las Vegas has submitted a request for an Authorization to Proceed in
    the amount of $509,759 in order to provide continued maintenance of flood control
    facilities. It is now desirable to encumber all remaining funds already programmed in the
    original lnterlocal Contract to provide for repairs of storm damage for Facility Nos. NLV 02,
    Southern Nevada Industrial Center Channel, and NLV I O , Clayton Street Channel. Design
    of these repairs has been completed, and the project is currently being advertised for
    construction bids.

    The District approved an Interlocal Contract for the 1998199 Annual MaintenanceProgram
    on June 11, 1998 in the amount of $709,759. The Contract provides for maintenance by
    the City of North Las Vegas of certain flood control facilities identified in the District’s
    Master Plan. At that time the City requested authorization to proceed for maintenance
    work in the amount of $200,000. Sufficient funds are available to support this request.


     Respectfully submitted,




    h i s A. Bell, P.E.
                                                        ITAC AGENDA
                                                         ITEM# 07
                                                         Date: 12-17-98
                                                                              RFCD AGENDA
                                                                              ITEM# 1 3
                                                                              Date: 1-14-99



-/Public   Works Deputy Director
    Staff Discussion:                                 Date: 12/09/98




    Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:           AGENDA
                                                      #07 Date: 12/17/98




                         ~




I
i Recommendation:
1 Approve.


~   Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:    I       AGENDA
                                                      #07 Date: 12/28/98




    Recommendation:

    Approve.
I
011499NLV-MWP. ATP.aid
                AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED


 To :          Gary W. Holler, P.E.
               Director of Public Works
               City of North Las Vegas
               P.O. Box4086
               North Las Vegas, Nevada 89036-4086

 Project:      FY 1998/99 Maintenance Work Program

 Project No. : NLV98/99



 An Interlocal Contract allocating $709,759 for the maintenance of flood control
 facilities was approved by the Board on June 11, 1998. At that time, an initial
 authorization to proceed in the amount of $200,000 was granted effective on July 1,
 1998. This second authorization is requested to authorize an additional $509,759 for
 continued maintenance work.

 The City of North Las Vegas is hereby authorized to proceed with the maintenance
 of regional flood control facilities and will be reimbursed for expenses as outlined
 in the Regional Flood Control District Policies and Procedures manual.

        Interlocal Contract #NLV98/99                     $709,759
        July 1, 1998 Authorization                            200,000
        January 14, 1999 Authorization                     509.759
                                                          $709,759
        Interlocal Contract Unencumbered Balance          $        0

 RFCD Approval and
 Certification of Available Funding
                                                                 Agenda
                                                                 Date: 01/14/99
                                                                 Item No.:

GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E.
General Manager
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                            AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

HIKO SPRINGS DETENTION BASIN OUTFALL CHANNEL - REALLOCATE
FUNDING (LAU.03.A.96)



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                     FWCD AGENDA
                                                     ITEM #14
                                                 I
                                                     Date: 01/14/99   I
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                     AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 HIKO SPRINGS OUTFALL CHANNEL
 PETITIONER:

 M. J. MANNING, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS

 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT APPROVE THE REQUEST TO
 REDISTRIBUTE FUNDING IN SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL CONTRACT NO. 2
 FOR THE HIKO SPRINGS OUTFALL CHANNEL.

FISCAL IMPACT:

None

BACKGROUND:
On June 11, 1998, the District entered into supplemental interlocal contract No. 2 with Clark
County in the amount of $9,175,000.00 to provide for construction, engineering and right-of-way
for the Hiko Springs Outfall Channel project.
This request will allow for the redistribution of funds in supplemental interlocal contract No. 2
as follows:
                                                      CURRENT                    PROPOSED
Right-of- Way                                       $ 42,000.00                $ 65,000.00
Design Engineering                                  $ 545,000.00               $ 570,000.00
Construction Engineering                            $ 760,000.00               $ 760,000.00
Construction                                        $7,828,000.OO              $7,780.000.00
Total Encumbrance                                   $9,175,000.00              $9,175,000.00

The redistribution of funds is necessary to increase the cost of right-of-way and design
engineering, and to decrease the cost of construction.

Respectfully submitted,
                                                       TAC AGENDA            RFCD AGENDA
                                                       ITEM# 08



Director of Public $odd
MJM :CB :mcc Attach.
  Staff Discussion:                                                                 Date: 12/09/98




I
  The construction contract has been awarded. Excess construction funds have been moved into design an
  right-of-way to address final costs for those aspects of the project. No additional funds are bein
  requested at this time. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.

1 Staff Recommendation:
I Approve.


  Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:                                           AGENDA




   Recommendation:

  Approve.




r- Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:




  Recommendation:
                                                                                I       AGENDA
                                                                                    #08 Date: 12/28/98




I  Approve.

011499HIKO-reallo. aid
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                           AGENDA ITEM



 SUBJECT:

 TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES PROJECT - FIFTH SUPPLEMENTAL
 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT (COE.G2.94)



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                                    .
                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM # 15
                                                   Date: 01/14/99
                                   CLARK COUNTY
                          REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                     AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES PROJECT
 PETITIONER:

 M. J. MANNING, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS

 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT APPROVE AND AUTHORIZE
 THE CHAIRMAN TO SIGN THE SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL CONTRACT NO. 5
 WITH CLARK COUNTY ON THE TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES PROJECT.

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

BACKGROUND:

Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District entered into a Project Cooperative
Agreement (PCA) with the Army Corps of Engineers (COE) for the Tropicana and Flamingo
Washes project which specifies the types of improvements that are eligible for cost participation
by the COE and those types of construction that are considered creditable as participation by the
local sponsors. It is necessary to construct some minor additional improvements that may not be
covered by the PCA, but which are necessary to make a complete and functional project.

This interlocal contract provides additional funding for the COUNTY for design, construction,
and construction engineering of such improvements.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                       TAC AGENDA            RFCD AGENDA
                                                                             ITEM#15

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                                                       ITEM#O9
                                                       Date: 17 / I 7 198    Date: 0 1 / 1 4 / 9 9

M. J. MANNI
Director of Public Worka
MJM:DC:mcc
  Staff Discussion:                                                                    Date: 12/08/98
  TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES PROJECT - FIFTH SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL
  CONTRACT (COE.G2.94)

  Clark County has submitted a request for a fifth supplemental interlocal contract to the Tropicana a n c
  Flamingo Washes Project to reallocate funds for additional lands, easements, right-of-way, relocations
  and disposal areas (LERRDS). At this time Clark County would like to reallocate and make $50,00(
  available to design and construct a detour road along Durango Drive for the Lower Red Rock Compler
  which is a part of the Tropicana and Flamingo Washes project. No additional funds are requested at ti
                                                                                                      hs
  time. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.




I
  Staff Recommendation:

  Approve.


  Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:                                      1       AGENDA
                                                                                       #09 Date: 12/17/98




I Recommendation:

  Approve.

  Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:                                       I       AGENDA
                                                                                       #09 Date: 12/28/98




1 Recommendation:
I Approve.
01 1499COE-ilc5.aid
                       SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL CONTRACT NO. 5 FOR
 ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS TROPICANA AND FLAMINGO WASHES PROJECT


          THIS CONTRACT made and entered into this           day of                       ,1998, by
and between County of Clark, a political subdivision of the State of Nevada, hereinafter referred to
as “COUNTY” and the Clark County Regional Flood Control District, hereinafter referred to as
“DISTRICT.”
                                        WITNESSETH


          WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 543 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, the DISTRICT may
approve a project to design and construct flood control improvements; and,


          WHEREAS, the flood control improvements proposed by Army Corps of Engineers for the
Tropicana and Flamingo Washes are identified in the Master Plan Update as Structure Nos. RRWA;
RRR4; FLF1; FLF2; FLF4; FLWA 1367-1554; FLTR; TRWA                    -   0256 - 1144; TRRW, and
hereinafter referred to as “Project,” and,


          WHEREAS, the COUNTY and the DISTRICT have entered into a Project Cooperation
Agreement (PCA) with the Army Corps of Engineers; and,


          WHEREAS, the Project is located in the unincorporated area of the COUNTY; and,


          WHEREAS, the COUNTY is responsible for lands, easements, right-of-way, relocations and
disposal sites; and,


          WHEREAS, on January 12,1995, the Clark County Board of Commissioners (BOARD), and
the DISTRICT entered into an Interlocal Contract; Supplemental No 1 dated November 9, 1995;
SupplementalNo. 2 dated June 12,1997; Supplemental No. 3 dated April 9,1998 by the DISTRICT
and dated May 5,1998 by the BOARD; and, Supplemental No. 4 dated SeptemberlO, 1998 by the
TropicanaFlamingo Washes, COE, Supp 4                                                         F940712     1
CB:mcc                                                                                      Page 1 of 3
DISTRICT and dated October 6,1998 by the BOARD, for the Army Corps of Engineers Tropicana
and Flamingo Washes Project; and,


          WHEREAS, the Interlocal Contract provided for supplemental contracts to increase funding
levels; and,


          WHEREAS, it is desirable to provide funding to the COUNTY for flood control
improvements not included in the Army Corps of Engineers PCA.


          NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants, conditions, agreements and
promises of the parties hereto, the DISTRICT and the COUNTY agree to supplement the Interlocal
Contract, Supplemental Interlocal Contract No. 1, Supplemental Interlocal Contract No. 2,
Supplemental Interlocal Contract No. 3, and Supplemental Interlocal Contract No. 4, as follows:


SECTION I1 - PROJECT COSTS - paragraph 4 is changed to read as follows:
4.        It is understood that the COUNTY is hereby authorized to spend an initial sum of up to
          $15,876,364.67 to provide the services described in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this section.


SECTION I1 - PROJECT COSTS - paragraph 9 shall be changed to read as follows:
9.        The DISTRICT agrees to provide Project costs for the design, construction and construction
          engineering for LERRDS, which includes improvements to:
          A.         The Tropicana Outfall Channel consisting of the following improvements at a cost
                    not to exceed $123,889.00:
                     1)        The street drain inlet at Wynn Road;
                     2)        The storm sewer connector and manhole at Station 18+03 of the channel;
                     3)        The additional work required to maintain and replace the South Polaris
                               Avenue temporary crossing, including adjusting manholes and water valves
                               and repaving and restriping the street.


TropicanaiFlamingoWashes, COE, Supp SA                                                            F940712
CB:mcc                                                                                          Page 2 of 3




                                                                                         L
                    4)        The Industrial Road crossing include the detour during construction and
                              replacing the street pavement.


          B.        The Lower Red Rock Complex, consisting of the detour road required to allow for
                    relocation of utilities and construction of the bridge crossing at Durango Drive, not
                    to exceed $50,000.00. Costs incurred after December 1, 1998 are eligible for
                    reimbursement.


          The remainder of the Interlocal Contract and Supplemental Interlocal Contracts No. 1, No.
2, No. 3, and No. 4 remain unchanged.


Date of Commission Action:                             CLARK COUNTY


                                                       BY:
                                                               YVONNE ATKINSON GATES, Chair
ATTEST:



LORETTA BOWMAN, County Clerk


Date of District Action:                               REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT


                                                      BY:
                                                               LANCE M. MALONE, Chairman
ATTEST:                                               APPROVED AS TO FORM:

                                                       BY:
DEANNA LEFKO                                                   CHRISTOPHER FIGGINS
Secretary to the Board                                         Deputy District Attorney

TropicandFlamingoWashes, COE,Supp 5A                                                               F940712
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                                                                                                     AEauEsTEo foA FY 199s

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                                                                                            S W M P A C S E ONISION
                                                                                             1 JANUARY 1994
                                                                                                                 I
                                                                                                                        ,
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                            AGENDA ITEM



 SUBJECT:

 BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN AND OUTFALL - PROJECT PRESENTATION
 (HEN.04.F-97)




                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Accept the presentation.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Accept the presentation.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Accept the presentation.




                                                    RFCD AGENDA
                                                    ITEM # 16A
                                                    Date: 01/14/99
                                       CLARK COUNTY

                      REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT


                                       AGENDA ITEM


    SUBJECT: Accept the Project Presentation for the Construction of Black Mountain
              Detention Basin and Outfall

    PETITIONER: City of Henderson
I                                                                                                    I




    RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER: Accept the project presentation



FISCAL IMPACT: None by this action.

BACKGROUND: Plans for the construction of Black Mountain Detention Basin are at 90%.
Upon finalization the City is ready to advertise this project and to receive bids for the construction
of the project.




Respectfully submitted,                                 TAC AGENDA            RFCD AGENDA
                                                        ITEM# 1 0 ~           ITEM# 1 6 A
                                                        Date: 12/17/98        Date: 01/14/99



Director of Public Works
SUA:pas
December 1, 1998
                                      Regional Flood Control District
                                    AGENDA ITEM DEVELOPMENT
b                                                                                  I


    BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN AND OUTFALL - PROJECT PRESENTATION
    (HEN.04.F. 97)

    A representative from the City of Henderson Department of Public Works will make a presentation on
    the Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall. The presentation is in accordance with District Policies
    and Procedures and NRS 543.580.

    The presentation was made at the Citizens Advisory Committee meeting on December 28, 1998 at 3:OO
    p.m.


    Staff Recommendation:

    Accept the presentation.



    Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:                                    1       AGENDA
                                                                                       #10A Date: 12/17/98




    Recommendation:

    Accept the presentation.



    Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:                                     I       AGENDA
                                                                                       #10A Date: 12/28/98




    Recommendation:

    Accept the presentation.




011499BlkMm-pres.aid
Project Description: BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN AND OUTFALL

The Black Mountain Detention Basin (see Exhibit “A”) is the last phase of the Upper C-1 System
south of 1-515 which includes the Mission Hills Detention Basin and Outfall Facilities, Western
Interceptor and the Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall Facilities. The plans and
specifications for the Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall Facilities are 90% complete.
Review comments from Clark County Regional Flood Control have been received on the 90%
submittal and are being addressed.

The City of Henderson is pleased to present the design for Black Mountain Detention Basin and
Outfall Facility to the Technical Advisory Committee, the Citizens Advisory Committee, and the
District Board. The estimated construction cost is $6.8 Million. The following information
represents the cost estimate for the entire Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall Facilities.

The following information represents costs for the entire Upper C-1 System:

1.     Project Cost

       The facility cost is as follows:

               Mission Hills Detention Basin and Outfall (complete)        $5.1 Million
               Mission Hills Westem Interceptor (complete)                 $4.5 Million
               Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall                  $6.8 Million
               TOTAL                                                       $16.4 Million

2.     Right-of-Way

       The Black Mountain Detention Basin is on public land and the outfall is on private property.
       City of Henderson has acquired all of the Right-of-way or is in the process of closing
       escrow. The property owners requested that escrow be closed in January of 1999.

3.     N.R.S. 543.580

                                                                                              ih
       N.R.S. 543.580 requirements include a comparison of acquisition costs of the property w t
       the 100-year flood plain to the cost of the proposed Upper C-1 System drainage facilities.
       The Upper C-1 System includes Mission Hills Detention Basin Outfall, Western Interceptor,
       and Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall. This analysis used the FIRM Maps to
       determine the 100-year flood zones for this area of the City of Henderson. The cost of
       acquiring the property (570 acres) is approximately fifty million dollars ($50,000,000.00)
       based on land costs provided by the City of Henderson. The costhenefit ratio is determined
       to be 3.0.
4.   Project Enhancement (N.R.S. 543.365)

     This project consists of a detention basin and an outfall (54" RCP). In a conversation with
     the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation, it was stated that since the detention basin is
     outside of the City limits in an undeveloped area, at the time of the development, a joint park
     and detention basin are in consideration.
                                                         NEWPORT




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/ MOUNTAIN \
       /                /I         -  EXISTING MISSION
                                      DETENTION BASIN
                                                         HILLS


~BLACK
DETENTION BASIN
                  e          NOT A PART                            c




                  VICINITY MAP
  BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN                         EXH I B IT    A”
                                                                       ”


    (SOUTHWEST DETENTION BASIN)
                          CLARK COUNTY
                 REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                            AGENDA ITEM


 SUBJECT:

BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN - FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL
CONTRACT (HEN.04.F.97)



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                   RFCD AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #16B
                                                   Date: 01/14/99
                                        CLARK COUNTY

                        REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRTCT


                                       AGENDA ITEM


 SUBJECT: Approval of the First Supplemental Interlocal Contract for the Design and
           Construction of Black Mountain Detention Basin and Outfall


 PETITIONER: City of Henderson



 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER: Approve



FISCAL IMPACT: None

BACKGROUND: This supplemental Interlocal Contract is being requested to reduce the maximum
available contract amount to equal the total of previous authorizations to proceed for design and right
of way. Construction will be funded by a separate interlocal contract using bond funds.




Respectfully submitted,
                                                         ITEM #                ITEM# 16B




director of Public Works
SUA:pas
December 10, 1998
                                            Regional Flood Control District
                                           AGENDA ITEM DEVELOPMENT


  Staff Discussion:                                                                    Date: 12/09/98
  BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN - FIRST SUPPLEMENTALINTERLOCAL CONTRACT
  (HEN .04.F. 97)

  The City of Henderson has submitted a request for a first supplemental interlocal contract to reduce the
  maximum available funding to equal the amount of previous authorizations to proceed (ATP). On June
  12, 1997 the original interlocal contract was approved in the amount of $5,600,000 with an initial ATP
  for design in the amount of $225,000. A subsequent ATP with right-of-way acquisition was approved
  by the Board on December 10, 1998 in the amount of $100,000. The remaining unauthorized funds were
  intended for construction. This interlocal contract is supported by the Pay-As-You-Go Fund (Fund 443).
  Construction funding will now be supported by the Bond Fund (Fund 444) and, therefore, under a
  separate interlocal contract. Funding is provided as follows:

                                                  Current                  Proposed           Comments
                         Design                 $ 225,000                $ 225,000           ATP 6/12/97
                         Right-of-way           $ 100,000                $ 100,000           ATP 12/10/98
                         Construction           $5.275.000               !
                                                                         $          0        ATP Pending
                         Total ILC Value        $5,600,000               $ 325,000

  The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.

  Staff Recommendation:

  Approve.


  Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:                                              AGENDA




  Recommendation:

  Approve.


  Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:                                       1       AGENDA
                                                                                       #10B Date 12/28/98




  Recommendation:
1 Approve.
I
01 1499BlkMtn-ilcl.aid
                    FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL CONTRACT
                        BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN

       THIS INTERLOCAL CONTRACT made and entered into as of this                          day of -

              , 1998, by and between the Clark County Regional Flood Control District,

hereinafter referred to as the "DISTRICT" and the City of Henderson, a municipal corporation,

hereinafter referred to as the "CITY."

                                         WITNESSETH

       WHEREAS, on June 12, 1997, the DISTRICT approved an Interlocal Contract to provide

funds for the design and construction of the Black Mountain Detention Basin;

       NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants, conditions, contracts, and

promises of the parties hereto, it is mutually understood and agreed to supplement the Interlocal

Contract approved June 12, 1997, as follows:

             SECTION II - PROJECT COSTS shall be changed to read as follows:

The DISTRICT agrees to fund project costs within the limits specified below:

       1.      Preliminary engineering, and design shall not exceed $225,000.00.

       2.      Right of way acquisition shall not exceed $100,000.

       3.      The total cost of this Contract shall not exceed $325,000 which includes all the

               items described in paragraphs one and two above.

       4.      A written request must be made to the DISTRICT and approved by the Board to

               reallocate funds between phases of the project. No other approval by the Lead

               Entity is required.

       5.      A written request must be made to the DISTRICT and a supplemental interlocal

               contract approved by the Board to increase the total cost of the contract noted      ,-

               above prior to payment of any additional funds.

       The remainder of the Interlocal Contract dated June 12, 1997, remains unchanged.
       IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL INTERLOCAL CONTRACT

is hereby executed as of the date first above set forth.




Christopher D. Figgins, District Attorney

Date of District Action:                                   Regional Flood Control District


                                                                 BY:
                                                                 Lance Malone, Chairman

ATTEST:



Deanna Lefko, Secretary

Date of Council Action:                                                 City of Henderson


                                                                BY:
                                                                 James B. Gibson, Mayor

ATTEST:



Monica Simmons, City Clerk
                                         NEWPORT




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DETENTION BASIN
                            NOT A PART



                  VICINITY MAP
  BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN         EXHIBIT "A"
    (SOUTHWEST DETENTION BASIN)
                           CLARK COUNTY
                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                            AGENDA ITEM


 SUBJECT:

BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN - INTERLOCAL CONTRACT (HEN.04.J.99)



                      RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                   Approve.


TECHNICAL ADVISORY:      Approve.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:       Approve.




                                                   W C D AGENDA
                                                   ITEM #16C
                                                   Date: 01/14/99
                                       CLARK COUNTY

                       REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT


                                      AGENDA ITEM

                                           ~      ~~




 SUBJECT: Approval of Interlocal Contract for the Construction of Black Mountain
           Detention Basin


 PETITIONER: City of Henderson



 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER: Approve



FISCAL IMPACT: $6,875,000

BACKGROUND: Plans for the construction of Black Mountain Detention Basin are at 90%
complete. Consultant is in the process of finalizing drawings so that the project could be advertised
to receive bids for the construction of the basin.




Respectfully submitted,
  A
                                                       ITEM # l o r          ITEM # 16c



Mark T. Calhoun, P.E.
Director of Public Works
SUA:pas
December 9, 1998
                                         Regional Flood Control District
                                        AGENDA ITEM DEVELOPMENT


'   Staff Discussion:
    BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN - INTERLOCAL CONTRACT (HEN.04.5.99)
                                                                                         Date: 12/09/98


                                                                                                       n
    The City of Henderson has submitted a request for an interlocal contract to fund the construction a(
    construction engineering of the Black Mountain Detention Basin. Funding is provided as follows:

                      Construction                        $6,325,000
                      Construction Engineering            $ 500,000
                      Environmental                       $   50,000
                      Total ILC Value                     $6,875,000

    The City of Henderson has submitted 90 percent plans and specifications for the project and all environmenta
    clearances and permits have been obtained. All right-of-entry for the project has presently been secured,
    Funds are identified on the Bond Project List approved by the Board on August 13, 1998 and bond proceed!
    are available to support this request. The District Attorney has reviewed the contract.




I   Staff Recommendation:

    Approve.


    Discussion by Technical Advisory Committee:                                      1        AGENDA
                                                                                         #1OC Date: 12/17/98




                                         ~   ~~




    Recommendation:

    Approve.


1 Discussion by Citizens Advisory Committee:                                                  AGENDA




I
    Recommendation:

    Approve.

011499BlkMtn-construction-ilc.aid
                                  INTERLOCAL CONTRACT

                          BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN



        THIS INTERLOCAL CONTRACT made and entered into as of the -day               of           7




1998, by and between the Clark County Regional Flood Control District hereinafter referred to as

"DISTRICT" and CITY OF HENDERSON hereinafter referred to as "CITY".



                                         WITNESSETH

        WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 543 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, the DISTRICT may

approve a project to design and construct flood control improvements, and;

        WHEREAS, the flood control improvements proposed herein are the same as those

identified in the Master Plan No. C 1CH, Structures Nos. 0967, 086 1, 0997 hereinafter referred tc

as "PROJECT"; and

        WHEREAS, the PROJECT is identified and shown on the attached Exhibit "A";and

        WHEREAS, the PROJECT has been approved by the DISTRICT on its annual project

priority list; and

        WHEREAS, the PROJECT has regional flood control significance and is located in the

same hydrographic area as the CITY, and the COUNTY OF CLARK.

        NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants, conditions, contracts, and

promises of the parties hereto, the DISTRICT and the CITY agree to the following:




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                                SECTION I - SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

       This INTERLOCAL CONTRACT applies to construction of improvements associated with

the Black Mountain Detention Basin. The basic improvements shall consist of flood water facilities

including a detention basin, pipes, channels, dikes, energy disipators, channel structures, channel

access and other appurtenances as may be necessary to control floodwaters. The improvements shall

be funded through DISTRICT h d s as herein described. Thls project is further identified and shown

on the attached Exhibit "A".



                                SECTION 1 - PROJECT COSTS
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       The DISTRICT agrees to fund project costs within the limits specified below:

       The cost of construction, construction engineering and environmental shall be as follows:

       1.      The cost of construction shall not exceed $6,325,000,

       2.      The cost of environmental mitigation shall not exceed $50,000.

       3.      The cost of construction engineering shall not exceed $500,000.

       4.      The total cost of thls contract shall not exceed $6,875,000 which includes paragraphs

               one, two, and three above.

       5.      A written request must be made to the DISTRICT and a supplemental interlocal

               contract approved by the Board to increase the total cost of the contract noted above

               prior to payment of any additional funds.

       6.      A written request must be approved by the Board to reallocate funds between phases

               of the project. No other approval by the lead entity is required.




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                                  SECTION 1 1- GENERAL

1.   The title sheet of both the plans and the specifications shall show the Regional Flood Control

     District of Clark County as the funding agency.

2.   The award of bid for this PROJECT shall occur no later than December 3 1, 1999. The CITY

     will take all reasonable steps possible to avoid delays in the construction of District funded

     projects. Project delays more than four months, as measured from the award date, may be

     subject to a formal review by both the Technical Advisory Committee and the District Board

     of Directors. At the review, the CITY will have an opportunity to present information

     relative to the delays, measures taken to avoid the delays and the likelihood of those delays

     continuing. The Board will make a determination, in view of the delays and limited available

     funding, whether project funding should continue. In the case that the Board chooses ti

     discontinue funding, the Board may cancel any Interlocal Contract(s) associated with the

     project and discontinue funding for the remainder of the project. Funding already spent or

     appropriated by the CITY will not be required to be refunded to the District. Project funding

     can be reconsidered at any time when the CITY can demonstrate that the project can proceed

     on an acceptable schedule.

3.   The CITY will comply with the Local Purchasing Act, Chapter 332 and Public Works

     Projects, Chapter 338, of the Nevada Revised Statutes.

4.   The CITY, its employees, and representatives shall at all times comply with all applicable

     laws, ordinances, statutes, rules, and regulations in effect at the time work is performed on

     the PROJECT.


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5.    The CITY will require appropriate financial security for the construction of the project.

6.    The CITY shall provide all impacted entities and the DISTRICT with the opportunity to

      provide the CITY with input relative to the following processes:         scope of services

      development; consultant selection; design, construction and maintenance review; and

      monitoring of the effectiveness and impacts of facilities and flows.

7.    Applicable portions of the current editions of the Policies and Procedures, the Hydrologic

      Criteria and Drainage Design Manual, and Uniform Regulations for the Control of Drainage

      adopted by the DISTRICT will apply in developing t h s PROJECT unless specifically

      superseded by this CONTRACT.

8.    Purchases of right-of-way in excess of that actually needed for construction will not be

      allowed unless a comparison between the cost of excess acquisition and needed acquisition,

      including damages, indicates that benefits from such a transaction would result. Title to

      residual property will be vested in the name of the CITY. Revenues derived from the sale

      of these properties, less the cost of the sale of these properties, will be forwarded to the

      DISTRICT.

9.    Administrative settlements and acceptance of counter offers involving right-of-way may only

      be made following a review and approval by the DISTRICT.

10.   The DISTFUCT will reimburse the CITY, or make payment directly to its contractor or its

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      consultant, each month for project costs as outlined in SECTION I - PROJECT COSTS.

      Invoices must identify and allocate all costs to the categories noted below:

      a.     Right-of-way acquisition including appraisals, title and escrow, negotiations, legal

             fees, recording fees, etc.


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      b.      Predesign Engineering (all work prior to design, excluding right-of-way.

      c.     Design Engineering

      d.      Construction Engineering

      e.      Construction (all work after award of construction contract)

      f.     Environmental: costs incurred by the entity for the preparation of environmental

             documentation applicable to the project and costs incurred for the implementation of

             mitigation measures provided in an environmental document (e.g., EIS OR EA).

      g.      Other including landscaping flood insurance rate map amendments or revisions, etc.

11.   Accurate documentation of all work performed and payments made will be maintained by

      the CITY for a period of three (3) years in hard copy form after final project approval and

      payment. Following the three year period, the CITY shall keep records for permanent

      storage in original form or in microfildfiche media.

12.   The DISTRICT reserves the right to review and/or audit all records pertaining to all projects,

      both during and after project completion.

13.   The CITY will be responsible for any loss, damage, liability, cost or expense caused by the

      actions or inactions of its employees, consultants, contractors or agents arising under this

      Contract and hereby holds the DISTRICT harmless therefrom.

14.   Any costs found to be improperly allocated to t h s PROJECT will be refunded by the CITY

      to the DISTRICT.

15.                                I
      The items covered in SECTION I - PROJECT COSTS must be completed to the satisfaction

      of the DISTRICT prior to December 3 1,2000. The DISTRICT may, at any time thereafter,

      grant extensions or terminate this CONTRACT after thirty (30) days notice.


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Date of District Action:             REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT


                                     BY:
ATTEST:                              LANCE MALONE, Chairman



DEANNA LEFKO, Secretary


Approved as to Form:



BY
 CHRISTOPHER FIGGINS
 Deputy District Attorney




Date of Council Action:      CITY OF HENDERSON



                                     BY:
ATTEST:                              JAMES B. GIBSON, Mayor




MONICA SIMMONS, City Clerk




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   BLACK MOUNTAIN DETENTION BASIN                       EXHIBIT "A"
     (SOUTHWEST DETENTION BASIN)
                         CLARK COUNTY
                REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
                          AGENDA ITEM



 SUBJECT:

 1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN



                     RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY


STAFF:                  Receive a report from the Merica Agency on the 1998 Flood
                        Safety Advertising Campaign, receive and discuss a proposal
                        for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign; andor take
                        action as deemed appropriate.


CITIZENS ADVISORY:      Follow the staff recommendation.




                                                            RFCD AGENDA
                                                            ITEM # 17
                                                            Date: 01/14/99
                     REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT

                                   AGENDA ITEM

 SUBJECT:

 1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN
 PETITIONER

 GALE WM. FRASER, 11, P.E., GENERAL MANAGEWCHIEF ENGINEER

 RECOMMENDATION OF PETITIONER:

 THAT THE BOARD RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE MERICA AGENCY ON THE
 1998 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN; RECEIVE AND DISCUSS A
 PROPOSAL FOR THE 1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN; OR TAKE
 ACTION DEEMED APPROPRIATE


FISCAL IMPACT:

The FY98/99 Budget includes $200,000 for Flood Safety Advertising Services.

BACKGROUND:

Currently, the District has a contract for the 1998 Campaign with The Merica Agency for
Flood Safety Advertising Services which is due to expire on February 2, 1999. The contract
has an option for two one-year extensions which the Board of Directors can decide to execute.

The Merica Agency will present a summary report of the 1998 Campaign, highlighting the
major components of the campaign and its success.

In order to facilitate the discussion on the components for the 1999 Campaign, staff has
prepared a chart that shows The Merica Agency’s public information responsibilities under
their current contract and the public information efforts that District staff have performed
during the past year. In addition, staff prepared a historical perspective of the Flood Safety
Advertising contract, which shows a chronological summary of the advertising pieces used, the
contract amount, and the amount expended for the seven years of this program.


                                                     CAC AGENDA            RFCD AGENDA
                                                     ITEM # 11             ITEM# 17
A proposal for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising Campaign is included in the backup and
will be presented by The Merica Agency at the meeting. The proposal is based on a one-year
extension of the current contract in the amount of $200,000.

The contract and Scope of Services for the 1999 Advertising Campaign is attached for the
Board's consideration. The contract has been reviewed and approved by the Deputy District
Attorney. The CAC reviewed the contract and Scope of Services at their December 28, 1998,
meeting and recommend approval of the contract extension.

Staff is requesting that the Board discuss the proposal for the 1999 Flood Safety Advertising
Campaign and direct staff as deemed appropriate.



Respectfully submitted,




Gale Wm. Fraser, II, P.E.
General ManagerKhief Engineer




                                                       CAC AGENDA           RFCD AGENDA
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                                                       Date: 12/28/98
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        1998 FLASH FLOOD SAFETY PUBLIC INFORMATION PROGRAM
                           March - November 1998

THE MERICA AGENCY                                  REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT STAFF
- New Billboards: placed at locations throughout   - Presentations to K-12 graders reached 1,722 children
      Clark County and rotated monthly                    and 91 adults at 3 1 area public/private schools

- Metro Traffic Reports                            - Participated in three community events:
                                                                   - School Children’s Day @ Wet ‘NWild (5/23)
- Anderson Dairy Milk Cartons                                     - KID2 MANIA (6/6)
       - Flash Flood Safety (June/Aug)                            - FOX 5 Movie Premiere (6/25)
       - NPDES (May)

- Fox 5 Kids Club:                                 - RFCD staff gave 34 talks to community groups, appeared
        - Six month membership (May - Oct)                in 32 TV interviews, spoke on 2 radio show, and 9 interviews
        - Create a new 30 second spot (June)              for newspaper article(s) concerning Flash Flood Safety
        - McDonald’s tray liner (May 2 1)
        - Newsletter print ad (Fall 98 edition)    - Prepared and distributed Flash Flood Public
        - Message line ad (July)                          Safety Announcements (PSA’s) to local radio
       - Stickers & flood safety information              and TV stations (June)
             distributed at Fox 5 Premier
             Movie Show (June 25)                  - Provided background information or wrote articles
       - Membership display back (Sept)                   for local publications and newspapers

- Welcome Home Magazine (Sum & Fall 98)            - Distributed posters, brochures, and the District’s
                                                          Desert Storms video to community groups and organizations
- Contingency:
       - Brochure revisions                        - Centel Telephone Directory: included flash flood safety
                                                          information
       - News Conference for the McDonald’s
                       Tray liners (May 21)        - Introduced The Flood Channel on Community Information
                                                          channels in Clark County, Boulder City, Laughlin, &Mesquite

                                                   - Revised the District’s brochure
                      FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES
                                 A HISTORY
1998: THE MERICA AGENCY
      $175,000 contract Spent: $152,503 (As of 12/07/98) not committed: $22,497
                                                                  (Invoices outstanding)
        -   Billboards (year 1 of vinyls)
        - Radio Traffic Reports
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        - Fox 5 Kids Club
        -   Magazine (Welcome Home)
        - Anderson Dairy Milk Cartons (Flash Flood Safety & NPDES)
        - RFCD Brochure Update

1997: MERICA DICKERSON
      $100,000 contract Spent: $97,676

        - Billboards (year 3 of vinyls)
        - FOX Kids Club
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        - Promotional Stickers
        - Anderson Dairy Milk Cartons (Flash Flood Safety & NPDES)
        - RFCD Brochure Update

1996: MERICA, BURCH & DICKERSON
      $100,000 contract Spent: $92,948

        - Billboards (year 2 of vinyls)
        - RJ Bag Wrappers (1 million)
        - Anderson Dairy Milk Cartons (Flash Flood Safety & NPDES)
        - Plastic Rulers with Flood Safety Message (5,000 ea/6 inch rulers)
        - RJ: "Ideas for Kids" summer package (flood safety message/maze)

1995: MERICA, BURCH & DICKERSON
      $100,000 contract Spent: $87,400

        - Billboards (year 1 of vinyls)
        - Posters (1,000/8.5 x 11 inches)
        - Anderson Dairy Milk Carton (Flash Flood Safety)
        - Brochure rewrite
1994: MERICA, BURCH & DICKERSON
      $180,000 contract Spent: $152,000

          - Billboards (painted)
          - Fox 5 Kids Club
          - RJ Bag Wrappers (2 million)
          - TV ads during Flood Awareness Week (re-used spots)
          - Radio: SKYVIEW TraffWKDOL Radio (Spanish station)
          - Newspaper ads: Flood Awareness Week message (Boulder City, Henderson,
                  Moapa Valley, Mesquite, Laughlin, & Hispanic newspaper)
          - Brochures (update)
          - Posters: 100 ea (8.5 x 11 inches)
          -   Anderson Dairy Milk Carton (Flash Flood Safety)

1993: MERICA, BURCH & DICKERSON
      $170,000 contract Spent: $137,000

          - Billboards (painted)
          - FOX5 Kids Club
          - TV ads flood safety/FOX 5 Kids Club
          - Radio: SKYVIEW Traffic
          - Newspaper ads: Flood Awareness Week message (Boulder City, Henderson,
                  Moapa Valley, Mesquite, Laughlin, & Hispanic newspaper)
          - Posters: 3,000 ea (22 x 28 inches)
          - Anderson Dairy Milk Carton (Flash Flood Safety)

1992: MERICA, BURCH & DICKERSON
      $150,000 contract Spent: $141,000

          - Billboards (painted)
         - Fox 5 Kids Club
         - TV ads flood safety (incl. production)
         - Radio: SKYVIEW Traffic
         - Brochure
         - RJ Newspaper Bag Wrappers (1 million)
         - Anderson Dairy Milk Carton (Flash Flood Safety)


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1999 Flood Safety Awareness
   Advertising Campaign
                     Proposed Staffing and Organization


Joe Merica. Partner
   Joe Merica loves his job as ad agency president and each day enjoys working with
   more than 50 creative and energetic people producing exciting, cutting edge
   advertising and public relations. In addition to overseeing the agency’s public
   relations, Joe combines his creative talents and business acumen to work with the
   agency’s creative department. The result is award-winning advertising campaigns
   for our clients.

   A University of Nevada journalism graduate, Joe has worked as a newspaper
   reporter and editor. He is a former press secretary to Nevada Governor Richard
   Brian and in 1978 was named Outstanding Young Journalist in the state. He also
   served as past president of the Las Vegas Executives Association, and was named
   “Agency Executive of the Year” in 1993. Joe is currently a member of the Nevada
   Development Authority and a member of the YMCA’s Century Club.

   Since 1992, Joe has overseen the implementation and the execution of the Clark
   County Regional Flood Control District marketing and advertising awareness
   campaign proposed by The Merica Agency. His interest in the-safety of the public
   from flooding has been evident with his role and involvement with RFCD. Joe is very
   familiar with and has even experienced first hand the dangers of flooding
   throughout his many years residing in Las Vegas. With the development and
   continuing growth of the Las Vegas Valley and the Clark County area, Joe’s
   experience adds a great deal to the work that is done for the RFCD.


Marty Wood. Account Suwrvisor
  Marty, who has been in Las Vegas since the age of three, brings to his Account
  Supervisor position fifteen years of experience. His marketing experience began
  with Valley Bank as a Product Manager in the marketing department. From that
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  point Wood moved on to work at R R Advertising for eight years, where he was a
  member of the agency’s management team and worked on such accounts as Sam’s
  Town Hotel and Gambling Hall, Southwest Gas Corporation and Primerit Bank.

   Since starting at The Merica Agency, Marty has been the Account Supervisor for
   the RFCD. His many years of marketing experience constantly comes into play in
   managing this account. Marty believes that the agency is truly an extension of the
   client, a relationship built on trust and partnership. Anticipating needs, thinking
   strategically and consistently being there every step of the way is how Marty
   approaches his work for such clients as the RFCD, as well as M G M Grand, Sam’s
   Town & Gambling Hall & Hotel, Lewis Homes of Nevada, Canyon Gate and First
   Security Bank.

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Scott Hokanson. Account Executive
  When Scott Hokanson joined The Merica Agency, he was looking forward to
  learning from a wide variety of clients. An expert in coordination and project
  management, Scott juggles a gamut of clients including: Clark County Regional Flood
  Control District, Graves Development, First Security Bank, Lewis Homes, Lewis
  Homes - Reno, Canyon Gate Country Club, and Regency Development. Before
  coming to The Merica Agency, Scott previously worked at Bayer Brown Advertising
  in Las Vegas where he coordinated accounts for the Four Queens Hotel & Casino
  and the Mountain View Casino in Pahrump. Scott is a native Las Vegan and is very
  familiar with the Las Vegas area. Scott graduated from Clark High School in 1990
  and then graduated with a B.S. in marketing from UNLV in 1995, where he was
  president of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and the vice president of the UNLV
  Advertising Club.

   Since first starting with The Merica Agency, Scott has maintained a vital role in the
   coordination and the execution of the RFCD marketing plan. His experience with
   the account has proved beneficial and will continue to be an asset in the future.


Kenny Shore. Creative Director
  With over 30 Addy and E M A awards to his credit, one might say that while the
  advertising business has been good to Kenny Shore, Kenny Shore has most certainly
  been good to the advertising business and the clients who have benefited from his
  creative expertise. Among Kenny’s most notable work is a seven-spot television
  campaign for KOMP radio station which has been syndicated nationwide, many
  successful campaigns for Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel, and print and radio
  campaigns for Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay. Kenny has been an integral part of
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  many high-profile accounts including McDonald’s, 1A. Yogurt, First Security Bank,
  Hallmark, The Boulevard Mall, Cashman Cadillac and Comstock Bank. Before
  settling at The Merica Agency, Kenny worked as a creative director for two local
  agencies and owned his own creative services business. He is a proud graduate of
  the University of Oklahoma and with the proper motivation can still sing ‘Boomer
  Sooner”.


Bob Burch. Desianer
  Bob came to the agency with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Bringham Young
  University. While there he supervised the design, production and printing of various
  promotional pieces for the university. Since joining the agency, he has used his
  extensive knowledge of Macintosh computer systems to supervise the installation of
  a M a c network and to train personnel in the use of the same. He is highly
  imaginative and has worked on nearly all of the agency’s accounts.


Mike Lawrence, Associate Creative Director
   He hasn’t been with the company since day one, but Mike Lawrence’s 16 years
   with The Merica Agency has yielded a portfolio that anyone would be proud to
   have. A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Mike’s responsibilities at

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   The Merica Agency include creating original corporate logos, signage and image
   ad campaigns. He has worked with such clients as the Four Queens, M G M
   Grand, Lake Las Vegas Resort, Hallmark, Cellular One, Texas Station Gambling Hall
   & Hotel, Lake Las Vegas, The Boulevard Mall, American West Development,
   Bootlegger Restaurant, Falcon Homes and Canyon Gate Country Club. Along the
   way, Mike has picked up numerous graphic design awards including approximately
   30 Addy awards and the Apollo award. In his spare time, Mike is a part-time art
   professor at UNLV and has been teaching there for 12 years.

   With his creative talent and ability to handle many ongoing projects, Mike
   encompasses the skills o a true Associate Creative Director. He leads his creative
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   team as well as compliments the work that is produced. Mike is a team player all
   the way.


Joan Junablut. Outback Media Supervisor
   Joan Jungblut joined the agency more than ten years ago in a support capacity,
   then quickly moved into the media department where she has developed and
   refined her media planning and negotiating skills. Known for doing her homework
   and her keen understanding of the media market, Joan has earned the respect of
   local media and has developed solid relationships with general managers and sales
   representatives. Clients such as The Boulevard Mall, M G M Grand, Las Vegas
   Athletic Clubs, Sierra Health Services, Four Queens Hotel & Casino and Cashman
   Cadillac have prospered through her skills. A member of the Women in
   Communications, Joan was recently honored with an E M A for her media savvy.

   Joan prides herself in having a true understanding of the complete media mix and
   also understands the importance of using the appropriate media venue. She
   provides her clients with the best possible recommendation for the monies available.




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Camnaian Goals

The goals of the 1999 Flood Safety Marketing and Advertising Campaign are clear:

       1. Disseminate flood safety information messages at a near 100% saturation
      level for the following target groups: residents, motorists and children.

       2. Assist in the prevention of the loss of life and property during flood events
      through public communication of flood safety and prevention measures.

      3. Improve the general public’s knowledge about the dangers of flash flooding
      in the Clark County area and inform them on measures which can protect them.

      4. Provide the focus of flood safety communication efforts during periods of
      potential flood danger (i.e., periods of heavy rains or anticipated flash flooding).

      5 . Become familiar with the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA),
      Community Rating System (CRS) . Make recommendations and implement
      programs to maximize credit to Clark County communities under CRS Activity 330:
      Outreach Projects.

       6. Review the public education component of the valley wide National Pollutant
      Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Permit. Improve the general
      public’s knowledge of stormwater pollution and measures that each individual
      can take to improve stormwater quality.

      7. Where possible, utilize existing materials to maximize the annual budget for
      advertising services.

The selected media will include all areas of Clark County, including the outlying areas,
and the media and creative will include Spanish language information or messages
where appropriate.

ProDosed Media

To achieve the stated goals, The Merica Agency proposes a media plan that targets
Adults 12+, and children ages 2- 1 1 . Special consideration has been given to include
the Hispanic market and newcomers to Clark County. The advertising will be
concentrated during the flight period of May - October of 1999, and will include the
following elements:

      Outdoor Billboards ( 14’ x 48’)                  Busstop Shelter Signage
      Radio Traffic Reports                            Kids Club
      Children’s Television                            Print (magazine and newspaper)
      Cable Weather Channel Crawl Messages
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Outdoor Billboards

Outdoor billboard advertising remains the most effective medium for the flood safety
messages for the following reasons:
      9provides high market reach for a very low cost-per-exposure (less than
      .01 cent per impression).
       Provides 24-hour exposure.
       Reaches most all campaign target markets with the flood safety message,
      specifically when they are most likely to be impacted by flooding, i.e. while they
      are mobile.

A combination of permanent and rotary 14' x 48' billboards will be used. Rotary boards
change locations every 60 days to provide a varied and comprehensive market reach
over the six-month campaign period. Permanent boards are typically used in the
outlying areas, i.e. Boulder Highway and I- 15 North to Moapa/Mesquite, to reach
citizens in those areas. A total of 7-9 billboards is planned.

The major outdoor companies in Southern Nevada have provided comprehensive
outdoor programs for several years, with bonus boards and special discounted pricing
due to the public service nature o the message, as well as extra exposure throughout
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the year when the contracts have expired. These companies will be asked to again
provide bids, and one or two will be selected based on the guaranteed ability to
reach all areas of the county and the most cost-effective pricing/bonus level.
Historically, the outdoor companies have been very accommodating in providing bonus
locations at no charge.

(Proposed Task)

For the 1998 campaign, we proposed the posting of 6-8 billboards. What we could
negotiate and secure with the major outdoor companies determined the final number of
billboards that were posted. A total of 8 billboards ( 5 permanent locations and three
rotary - all produced in vinyl) were posted in 1998.

For 1999, it is quite possible that we could negotiate and secure as many as 9 or even
 10 billboards. Until all of the proposals from the major outdoor companies are
submitted and reviewed and the negotiations finalized, the exact outdoor billboard
postings for 1999 cannot be determined. However, The Merica Agency is confident
that 9 and possibly 10 boards will be secured for the 1999 campaign. The proposed
Outdoor Billboard production estimate reflects the possibility of producing up to two
additional vinyl outdoor billboards.

Please note that one Spanish-language board will be located in the 89030 zip code
area, which has the highest concentration of Hispanic citizens (source: The Griffin
Report).

Because all 8 of the 1998 outdoor board messages were produced in flex vinyl, and
due to the durability and longevity o the material, it is recommended that w e post the
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same again for 1 9 9 9 and possibly the year 2000. Storage fees for the flex vinyls may
apply after the outdoor campaign runs its course. These fees are accounted for in the
proposed price estimate.


Busstm Shelter Sianaae

Busstop shelter signage can provide exposure to motorists and passengers in areas of
Las Vegas in which there is not 14' x 48' billboard availability, i.e. the
Northwest/Summerlin area. While there are no busstop shelter signs within Summerlin
proper (due to the ban on commercial signage), there are structures on the major
thoroughfares into and out of the area, as well as near major shopping areas and
medical offices that serve the area.

Locations will be subject to availability approximately 45 days prior to the campaign
start date of May 1. However, The Merica Agency believes that a showing of 8-1 2
locations will adequately cover this area.


Radio Traffic Report Sponsorships

Metro Traffic Control provides traffic reports on 24 local radio stations during Morning
Drive (6-9a.m.) and Afternoon Drive (3-6 p.m.)*. Sponsorships of these reports are
available and consist of a 10-second closing message read live by the traffic reporter.

This medium provides an excellent opportunity for CCRFCD for the following reasons:

      .  Reaches a large and varied audience through different radio station formats.
         Listeners are interested in avoiding traffic problems and therefore do not "tune

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      out".
         This medium also reaches citizens when they are driving, and therefore most
      likely to experience a flood situation.
         Production costs are minimal as the scripts are read live (no studio or talent
      fees).
         The two Hispanic radio stations are included, and scripts are translated to

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      Spanish at no additional cost.
         The flood safety message can easily be conveyed in the 10-second time
      period.
         Metro personnel and reporters are open to working with CCRFCD to include
      flood information within the actual report when applicable.

A schedule of approximately 59 sponsorship spots per week would air each week from
May through October ( 2 6 active weeks), for a total of approximately 1550 traffic
sponsorship messages.

      Estimated Reach Adults 18+**       99.3%
      Estimated Average Frequency""      1 3 . 9 times

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*limited stations also run Midday (10 a.m.   - 3 p.m.)   spots.
**Based on calculations using the Spring 1997 Arbitron ratings data for the Las Vegas
market; Adults 12+ not available.


Kids Club

A local television station kid's club affiliation is once again proposed. Fox 5 has been
very cooperative and helpful in the past, and would definitely b e considered. Various
kids clubs exist through different stations and their benefit would be weighed against
Fox 5's. Only one affiliation will be selected.

The kids club sponsorship usually consists of the following:

          CCRFCD infomercial schedule of approximately 12 spots per week in children's

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        programming (Monday-Friday 3-5p.m. and Saturday morning).

        .Production/Airing of one infomercial spot (see Children's Television).

        .
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         Ad in quarterly newsletter.
         Sponsorship ID on kids club event promo spots.
         Promotional opportunities as available and created by CCRFCD, station, and
        other kids club sponsors, i.e. McDonald's trayliners, membership display backs,
        message on the Fox 5 Kids Club FUNY Line, etc.

NOTE: The figure in the proposed price estimate is KVVU's estimated cost for 1999,
and represents an increase over 1998's commitment of $32,000. KVVU TV 5 justifies
this increase because the population 2-1 1 and Kids Club membership has increased,
and additional exposure and events are planned for sponsors in 1999.


Children's Television

Children ages 2-1 1 represent a very important target market for flood safety and
water conservation messages. This market is easily and efficiently reached via
children's television programming.


Print

Magazine will be specifically used to target newcomers.

Welcome Home Magazine is mailed to all new customers establishing service with
Nevada Power. The quarterly glossy d-color magazine features information on all
aspects of living in Southern Nevada, including utilities, government, schools, parks,
television and radio stations, as well as feature articles on subjects of interest to newly
relocated people, i.e. decorating, choosing a new doctor, selecting daycare, etc.

The quarterly circulation is approximately 11,000 (varies based on Nevada Power new
customers).
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A half-page full-color ad will be inserted in the Summer (Jun/Jul/Aug) and Fall
(Sep/Oct/Nov) 1999 issues. In 1998 additional value was added to the magazine ad
by the publication. They allowed us to run the ad in full-color at the cost of running a
black & white ad. Because of the increased results of the full-color ad in 1998, we
recommend running a full-color ad again in 1999. Note that the placement and
production costs in the proposed price estimate reflects a full-color ad.

The use of local newspaper publications is a highly effective way to disseminate flood
safety information to those in outlying areas and towns that are not exposed to other
campaign elements, i.e. outdoor billboards, radio traffic reports and bus stop shelters.
For the 1999 campaign, in order to reach those in the Laughlin area, The Merica
Agency proposes running a black-and-white ad of approximately 30 column inches
three times in the Mojave Valley Daily News over the six month flood safety campaign
period. We recommend insertion for the months of May, July and September.


Cable Weather Channel Crawl Messaqes

In 1998, several “crawl” messages were negotiated with the local cable operator.
The weather station ran the messages free of charge due to the public service nature
of the information.

By running this information on the weather channel, the messages reach an audience
that is in tune to current weather conditions. The Merica Agency again recommends
running the crawl messages in 1999 and will work with the station to secure the crawl
messages free of charge.


Creative Rationale

Our approach in outdoor is a combination of arresting visuals (actual shots of actual
Las Vegas floods) with a message that is itself a combination. The board messages are
both a direct warning and a more conventional piece of person-to-person “Hey,
buddy” kind of talk that we actually listen to.

While direct warnings are clear and concise, they often challenge an adolescent
instinct of rebellion. For example, if a sign clearly warns you not to drive into flooded
washes, there is something in all of us that thinks that message doesn’t apply to us.
These are the motorists who get swept away.

But combining that direct message with a subtle “That means you, buster and if you
think you’re any different you’re a fool, pal.”

This type of communication is intended to stop and make the motorists think. Standard
warnings usually go into a dusty filing cabinet in the back of the mind. Little verbal
hooks that cause you to actually think stay around the surface more.


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It’s the difference between Dirty Harry saying, “Stop in the name of the law!” or
‘Don’t go for your gun!” and his now famous, “Do you feel lucky, punk...well, do YOU?”


Other CamDaian Elements

The billboard creative concepts will be massaged to work very effectively throughout
the campaign, specifically as an ad in Welcome Home magazine, an ad in the Majave
Valley Daily News and as visuals for the busstop shelters. The same holds true for the
recommended public service messages on the side of Anderson Dairy milk cartons.
This has been a constant campaign recommendation because of the minimal cost as
well as its effectiveness in reaching our target markets.

One version of the milk carton will carry an NPDES message. W e are recommending
using the same message that ran in 1998, “Only rain down the drain. Let’s keep the
environment clean.”

Another element that was used for support purposes in last year‘s campaign was the
promotional stickers that were distributed to students at elementary schools and during
children’s-oriented events that were attended by RFCD staff. The Merica Agency
recommends a reprint of the stickers in 1999 for distribution.




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                             Proposed Pian Price Estimate


        ProDosed Work Plan Task/DescriDtion                       Price Estimate


1.      Outdoor Billboards

        Design, art production, production, and                   $ 9,000
        account management for the proposed
         2 additional outdoor billboards. Also
        includes photography rights and six-month
        storage costs. Each billboard is 14’ x 48’
        in size and produced in vinyl.

        Placement (permanent and rotary) of 7- 10                 $ 65,000
        billboards for the proposed six month
        period from May through October.


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1.      Busstop Shelter Signage

        Design, art direction, photography rights,                $ 6,000
        production and account management of
        approximately 1 6 ( 1 2 locations with 4 replacements)
        full-color electrostatic laminated busstop
        shelter posters.

        Placement and posting of approximately 12                 $ 15,000
        busstop shelter posters in areas not serviced
        by outdoor billboards for the proposed six month
        period from May through October.


II I.   Radio Traffic Report Sponsorships

        Placement of approximately 59 spots per week,             $ 45,500
         10-second closing messages for the Metro Traffic
        Control traffic reports during morning drive (6-9 a.m.)
        and afternoon drive (3-6 p.m.), every week for
        the period from May through October. The
        approved scripts that aired in 1998 will again be
        used for 1999.

        Due to the high growth of the Las Vegas valley and
        Clark County, there is a substantial increase in
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       demand for t h e Metro Radio Traffic Reports.
       An increase in cost is reflected in the placement figure.

IV.    Kids Club

       Production and account management o updated/
                                              f                    $4,000
       revised newsletter print ad and other promotional
       opportunities (McDonald’s tray-liner, membership
       display backs, etc.). Account management of
       one 30-second infomercial spot (because of t h e
       response and effectiveness of t h e 1998 spot, agency
       recommends running it again for 1 999) .

       Placement o one 30-second infomercial spot
                    f                                              $ 33,000
       to run in children’s programming
       (Monday-Friday 3-5p .m .) for six-month period
       from May through October. Includes sponsorship
       ID on Kids Club e v e n t promotional spots,
       placement of ad in quarterly newsletter, and other
       promotional opportunities.

V.     Print
       Welcome Home Magazine
       Production and account management                           $ 1,500
       of one half-page full color ad.

       Placement of one half-page full-color ad in t h e           $ 3,000
       proposed Summer (Jun/Jul/Aug) and Fall
       (Sep/Oct/Nov) 1999 issues.
       Mojave Valley Daily News

       Art direction, production and account management            $ 2,500
       of black-and-white, 30 column inch ad.

       Placement of one black-and-white 30 column inch ad          $ 1,900
       for the months of May, July and September.

V 1.   Promotional/Event Collateral Stickers

       Reprint of four different designs, four-color               $4,200
       at a quantity of 10,000 each for a total of 40,000
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        stickers (three stickers with Flood Control message
        and one with NPDES message).


VI I.   Update/New CCRFCD Brochure

        Design, production and account management                 $ 3,000


VIII.   Milk Cartons

        Use existing message (one message for                     $500
        Flood Control and one message for NPDES).

        Placement of two messages for three different             $0
        proposed periods of 10-14 days each. Also, overrun
        placement for an available season (Fall, Winter, Spring
        and Summer).


IX.     Weather Channel Crawl Messages                            $ 0 (TBD)

X.      Contingency/Misc.

        The coordination and execution of any media               $ 5,900
        and PR related events, i.e. the 1998 Flood Awareness
        Campaign ‘kick-off” at McDonald’s with CCRFCD
        Chairman and Clark County Commissioner Lance Malone.
        Including written press releases, the contacting and
        coordination of local media and the tracking and
        duplication of any flood related broadcasts.
        Also, attendance and presentation to the Citizens
        Advisory Committee and the CCRFCD Board of Directors.




Total Estimated Annual Cost:                                      $ 200,000




Note the addition of busstop shelters in the Summerlin/NW area and the addition of
local print in the Laughlin area. The Merica Agency proposes putting the
additional budget funds toward reaching the outlying areas and areas of growth.
This will compensate for the tremendous ‘’boom” in Southern Nevada and the
Las Vegas Valley - both in population and area expansion.

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                  Aaencv’s Hourly Rate(sl of Billable Services Schedule



Hourly Rates

        Partners Billable Rate                                    $150

        Rates other than Partners:

     Creative Development                                         $80 to $150
     Art Direction
     Design
     Production/Layout
     Project Supervision

     Design                                                       $80 to $150
     Production                                                   $80 to $150
     Copywriting                                                  $100 to $120

     Public Relations/ Major Events                               $80 to $ 1 20
     Account Services                                             $40 to $120



Production Cost

     Outside Services - 20% of the Gross

     Photography - 25% of the Gross



Media

     Billed at Agency’s reduced bulk rate   -   15% o the Gross
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                 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES CONTRACT



       THIS CONTRACT is made and entered into as of the 14th day of January, 1999, by and
between the Clark County Regional Flood Control District, hereinafter referred to as "DISTRICT";
and The Merica Agency, a business legally authorized to do business in the State of Nevada and
Clark County, hereinafter referred t o as "CONSULTANT."


                                        WITNESSETH


        WHEREAS, pursuant t o Chapter 543 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, the DISTRICT
desires to protect citizens of Clark County and prevent loss of life and property during flood events
in Clark County; and
        WHEREAS, Nevada Revised Statutes Section 543.51 0, Paragraph 2, authorizes the
DISTRICT'S chief engineer and general manager t o hire and retain agents and other persons
necessary or desirable t o effect the purposes of the DISTRICT; and

        WHEREAS, a flood safety program is an important tool t o protect lives and property from
flooding; and


       NOW, THEREFORE, the DISTRICT and CONSULTANT agree t o the following:


                          SECTION I - RESPONSIBILITY OF CONSULTANT

A.     CONSULTANT shall be responsible for the professional quality, clerical accuracy, timely
       completion, and coordination of all services furnished by CONSULTANT, its subcontractors,
       sub-consultants, agents, and employees under this CONTRACT. In performing the specified
       services, CONSULTANT shall follow practices consistent with generally accepted
       professional and ethical standards.

B.     All work products are to be completed in conformance with all pertinent and current federal,
       state, and local statutes, codes, ordinances, resolutions, and any other applicable regulation
       a t the time the work is performed.

C.     Any and all documents, art work, rights t o art work, and other products prepared and/or
       submitted by CONSULTANT t o the DISTRICT, and all information required of CONSULTANT
       by the CONTRACT, become the property of the DISTRICT. CONSULTANT may retain
       copies and reproducible copies of all documents produced as a result of the work. In the
       event of the termination of the CONTRACT, all documents produced shall be and become
       the property of the DISTRICT. CONSULTANT agrees t o surrender all such documents to
       the DISTRICT in a timely manner at the request of the DISTRICT.

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D.     CONSULTANT agrees that its officers and employees will cooperate with the DISTRICT in
       the performance of services under this CONTRACT and shall schedule meetings with
       DISTRICT employees at such reasonable times and with advance notice as t o not conflict
       with other responsibilities.

E.     CONSULTANT agrees that it shall not enter collateral, artwork, or other products developed
       under this contract in any contest, award program, or the like without the written
       authorization of the DISTRICT.

F.     CONSULTANT agrees t o obtain DISTRICT approval o n all advertising materials prior to
       release. All materials are t o be carefully inspected by the CONSULTANT for accuracy prior
       t o presentation to DISTRICT for approval. DISTRICT review of material may be conceptual
       in nature and does not release the CONSULTANT from responsibility for accuracy of
       spelling, grammar, design, print checks, and other tasks which would reasonably be
       expected of a firm providing such advertising services.

G.     DISTRICT currently has a logo which needs to be utilized. No modifications t o the logo will
       be allowed or accepted.

H.     CONSULTANT shall perform the services as identified in Section Ill - SCOPE OF SERVICES
       (Exhibit 1 ) and SCHEDULE OF TASK COMPLETION (Exhibit 2).



                          SECTION li - DISTRICT'S RESPONSIBILITIES

A.     Officers and employees of the DISTRICT shall cooperate with CONSULTANT in the
       performance of services under this CONTRACT and will be available for consultation with
       CONSULTANT at such reasonable times with advance notice as t o not conflict with other
       responsibilities.

B.     The services performed b y CONSULTANT under this CONTRACT shall be subject t o review
       and approval by the DISTRICT General Manager. The DISTRICT General Manager may
       delegate any or all of the General Manager's responsibilities under this CONTRACT t o
       appropriate staff members, and shall so inform CONSULTANT before the effective date of
       such delegation. It is understood that the DISTRICT'S review does not relieve
       CONSULTANT from the responsibility for the professional and clerical accuracy of all work
       delivered under this CONTRACT.

C.     All information, data, reports, records, and maps as are existing, available, and in the
       DISTRICT'S custody, and which are necessary t o carry out the work shall be furnished t o
       the CONSULTANT. The DISTRICT shall cooperate with CONSULTANT in every reasonable
       way during all phases of the Scope of Services in this CONTRACT.



                               SECTION 111 - SCOPE OF SERVICES

CONSULTANT will develop and implement an advertising campaign program in order t o promote
flood safety t o the residents o f Clark County. The advertising services t o be provided by
CONSULTANT shall consist of the work described in Exhibit 1, "SCOPE OF CONTRACT SERVICES"


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and shall be performed in compliance with the schedule shown on Exhibit 2, "SCHEDULE OF TASK
CO M PLETION."



                    SECTION IV - COMPENSATION AND TERMS OF PAYMENT

A.     The DISTRICT agrees t o pay CONSULTANT for services performed under the Exhibit 1,
       "SCOPE OF CONTRACT SERVICES" tasks and on a "Time and Materials" basis in
       accordance with Exhibit 3 "SCHEDULE OF AGENCY SERVICES." The maximum cost t o the
       DISTRICT for all services under this CONTRACT shall not exceed $200,000.00, unless the
       DISTRICT receives a written request with justification and the DISTRICT approves in writing
       in advance of the services being provided for a change in scope and an increase in
       compensation. If a change is approved, a supplement t o this CONTRACT will be executed
       by both parties.

B.     The DISTRICT has allowed a maximum budget for each task contained in the Scope of
       Services, as outlined below. The maximum budget amount for each task shall include any
       and all services associated w i t h each particular task. CONSULTANT agrees not t o exceed
       the budget amount for each task unless the DISTRICT General Manager receives a written
       request with justification and the DISTRICT General Manager approves in writing in advance
       of the services being provided for a change in scope and an increase in compensation. The
       total cost of all tasks in the CONTRACT shall not exceed $200,000, except as provided in
       Section IV-A of this CONTRACT.

       TASK                                            MAXIMUM BUDGET

       1. Outdoor Advertising - Billboards                  $ 74,000


       2. Busstop Shelter Signage                              21,000

       3. Radio Traffic Reports                                45,500

       4. Children's Television                                37,000

       5. Print Media                                           8,900

       6. Promotional/Event Collateral Stickers                 4,200

       7. RFCD Brochure Update                                  3,000

       8. Anderson Dairy Milk Cartons                              500

       9. Weather Channel Crawl Message                           TBD

       10. Contingency                                          5,900
       MAXIMUM BUDGET TOTAL
       (not t o exceed)                                     $ 200,000




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C.      CONSULTANT is t o submit invoices to DISTRICT for the work performed under the above
        listed tasks. The DISTRICT agrees t o pay CONSULTANT the amount of the invoice within
        thirty days following receipt of the invoice. In the event that the DISTRICT questions a
        portion of an invoice, payment will be made on that part not in question.



                                     SECTION V   - TERMINATION
This CONTRACT may be terminated by the DISTRICT upon thirty (30)          calendar days' written notice
t o CONSULTANT. If said termination occurs prior t o the completion of the services t o be provided
under this CONTRACT, CONSULTANT shall deliver t o the DISTRICT all documents, computer
diskettes, and all other work performed, whether complete or incomplete in a timely manner at the
request of the DISTRICT. Thereafter, the DISTRICT will reimburse CONSULTANT for all services
performed prior t o such notice, provided the services are satisfactory t o the DISTRICT. Termination
shall be by written notice, which may be sent by registered mail or hand delivered t o the address
contained in this contract. Such notice will be deemed effective after the third business day of the
mailing date, or if hand delivered such notice will be deemed effective upon receipt of the written
termination t o CONSULTANT.



                            SECTION VI   - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
A.      In order t o perform its duties as defined herein, CONSULTANT may, at its o w n expense,
        engage the services of outside agents. The DISTRICT will not be a party t o any contract
        with outside agent and the total cost of this CONTRACT shall not be increased due t o the
        utilization of an outside agent. Prior to engaging any outside agents, CONSULTANT shall
        request appropriate written authorization from the DISTRICT'S General Manager.

B.      Neither party may assign its rights and obligations pursuant t o this CONTRACT without the
        written consent of the other party. The consent of a party t o any assignment shall apply
        only t o the incidents expressed and provided for in the written consent, and shall not be
        deemed a consent t o any subsequent assignment. Subject t o the foregoing, this
        CONTRACT inures to the benefit of, and is binding upon, successors and assigns of the
        parties hereto.

C.      CONSULTANT is an independent contractor. Nothing herein shall be construed t o imply a
        joint venture or principal and agent relationship between the DISTRICT and CONSULTANT,
        and neither party shall have any right, power, or authority t o create any obligation, express
        or implied, on behalf of the other.

D.      This CONTRACT shall be governed by and construed i n accordance with the laws of the
        State of Nevada.

E.      The CONSULTANT shall obtain and maintain, for the duration of this CONTRACT, general
        liability insurance against claims for injuries t o persons or damages t o property which may
        arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the
        CONSULTANT, its agents, representatives, employees, or subcontractors of any tier. The
        cost of such insurance shall be at the CONSULTANT'S o w n expense.



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The CONSULTANT will provide the DISTRICT with certificates of insurance for coverage as
listed below and endorsements, establishing coverage required by the CONTRACT within
ten (10) calendar days after approval of this CONTRACT by the DISTRICT'S Board. The
certificate of endorsements for each insurance policy are to be signed by a person
authorized by the insurer and licensed by the State of Nevada.

1.     Each insurance company's rating as shown in the latest Best's Key Rating Guide
       shall be fully disclosed and entered on the required certificate of insurance. The
       adequacy of the insurance supplied by the CONSULTANT, including the rating and
       financial health of each insurance company providing coverage, is subject t o the
       approval of the DISTRICT.

2.     The DISTRICT, its officers and employees must be expressly covered as insureds
       except on workers' compensation insurance coverage.

3.     The CONSULTANT'S insurance shall be primary with respect t o the DISTRICT, its
       officers, and employees. Any other coverage available t o the DISTRICT, its officers,
       and employees shall be excess over the insurance required of the CONSULTANT.

4.     The CONSULTANT'S general liability insurance policy shall be endorsed t o recognize
       specifically CONSULTANT'S contractual liability t o the DISTRICT. It is further
       agreed that the CONSULTANT or its Insurance Carrier shall provide the DISTRICT
       with 30-day advance written notice of any cancellation of the policies.

5.     All deductibles and self-insured retentions shall be fully disclosed in the Certificates
       of Insurance. No deductible or self-insured retention may exceed $10,000, without
       the written approval of the DISTRICT.

6.     If aggregate limits are imposed on bodily injury and property damage, then the
       amount of such limits must not be less than $2,000,000. All aggregates must be
       fully disclosed and the amount entered on the required certificate of insurance.
       CONSULTANT must notify the DISTRICT of any erosion of the aggregate limits.

7.     General liability coverage shall be on a "per occurrence'' basis only and not "claims
       made". The coverage must be provided either on a Commercial General Liability
       form or a Broad Form Comprehensive General Liability form. No exceptions to
       coverages provided in such forms are permitted. Policies must include, but need not
       be limited to, coverages for bodily injury, personal injury, Broad Form property
       damage, premises operations, severability of interest, products and completed
       operations, and contractual and independent contractors. General liability insurance
       policies shall be endorsed to include DISTRICT as additional insureds. Subject to
       Paragraph 6 of this subsection, CONSULTANT shall maintain limits of no less than
       $1,000,000, combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury (including death),
       personal injury, and property damages.

8.     The CONSULTANT shall obtain and maintain, for the duration of this CONTRACT,
       automobile coverage which must include, but need not be limited to, coverage
       against claims for injuries t o persons or damages t o property which may arise from
       or in connection with the use of any auto in the performance of the work hereunder


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               by the CONSULTANT, its agents, representatives, employees, or sub-consultants of
               any tier. Subject t o Paragraph 6 of this subsection, CONSULTANT shall maintain
               limits of no less than $1,000,000, combined single limit "per occurrence'' for bodily
               injury and property damage.

        9.     If the CONSULTANT fails t o maintain any of the insurance coverages required
               herein, then the DISTRICT will have the option t o declare the CONSULTANT in
               breach, or may purchase replacement insurance or pay the premiums that are due
               on existing policies in order that the required coverages may be maintained. The
               CONSULTANT is responsible for any payments made by the DISTRICT t o obtain or
               maintain such insurance and the DISTRICT may collect the same from the
               CONSULTANT or deduct the amount paid from any sums due the CONSULTANT
               under this CONTRACT.

        10.    The insurance requirements specified herein do not relieve the CONSULTANT of its
               responsibility or limit the amount of its liability t o the DISTRICT or other persons and
               the CONSULTANT is encouraged to purchase such additional insurance as it deems
               necessary.

        11.    CONSULTANT is responsible for and required t o remedy all damage or loss t o any
               property, including property of DISTRICT, caused in whole or in part by the
               negligent or intentional acts or omissions of the CONSULTANT, CONSULTANT'S
               sub-consultant, or anyone employed, directed, or supervised by CONSULTANT.

F.   Regardless of the coverage provided by any insurance, CONSULTANT shall pay all costs
     necessary t o defend and shall indemnify and hold harmless the DISTRICT from any and all
     claims, demands, actions, attorneys' fees, costs, and expenses based upon or arising out of
     any negligent or intentional acts or omissions of the CONSULTANT or its associates,
     employees, subcontractors, and other agents while performing services under this CONTRACT.

G. This document shall not create any right in or benefit t o parties other than the DISTRICT and
   CONSULTANT.

H. The failure of either party t o enforce, at any time or for any period of time, the provisions
   hereof shall not be construed as a waiver of such provisions or of the rights of such party t o
   enforce each and every provision.

I.   Except as where specifically stated otherwise in this CONTRACT, all notices, requests,
     demands, and other communications required or permitted pursuant t o this CONTRACT shall be
     made in writing and shall be deemed t o have been duly given if personally delivered or
     deposited in the United States mail, first class postage, prepared and addressed as follows:

        To DISTRICT:           Gale Wm. Fraser, II, P.E., General Manager
                               Clark County Regional Flood Control District
                               301 East Clark Avenue, Suite 301
                               Las Vegas, Nevada 891 0 1




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          To CONSULTANT:         Joe Merica, President
                                 The Merica Agency
                                 521 S. Seventh Street
                                 Las Vegas, NV 89101

     or t o such other address as either party may specify by written notice given as provided herein
     t o the other party.

J.   The DISTRICT shall have the right and option t o extend this CONTRACT for a period of one ( 1 )
     year if the option is exercised at any time prior to the expiration of this CONTRACT.




     NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto have caused this CONTRACT t o be executed as of
the date and year first hereinabove written, and shall remain in effect for a one-year period from
February 3, 1 9 9 9 t o February 2, 2000 unless terminated as provided herein or extended by
subsequent Board action.



Date of District Action:                        REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT




                                                BY:
ATTEST:                                                   Chairman




DEANNA LEFKO, Board Secretary



Approved as t o Form:




BY:
 CHRISTOPHER FIGGINS
  Deputy District Attorney
                                                THE MERICA AGENCY



                                                BY:
                                                          JOE MERICA, President

                                                DATE:


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                   EXHIBIT 1 - SCOPE OF CONTRACT SERVICES

                  1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES

1. This advertising services contract will cover creative work, copywriting, design,
   production, printing, media placement, and related services for the dissemination
   of flood safety messages t o the public. RFCD currently performs its o w n public
   relations work in-house. Thus, basic public relations tasks should not be
   included except when representing RFCD in the placement of media
   advertisements.

2. The tentative annual budget for all services shall be $200,000. All costs
   associated with this contract, including retainer fees, media buys, distribution,
   mailings, overhead costs, and any other costs must come in at or under the
   tentative budget amount.

3. The goals of the marketing and advertising campaign are as follows:

   a. Disseminate flood safety information messages at a near 100% saturation
      level for the following target groups: homeowners, motorists, new residents,
      and children. It should be noted that the program should include all areas of
      Clark County, including the outlying areas. It is also important t o include
      individuals in the above listed target groups that have Spanish as a primary
      language.

   b. Assist in the prevention of the loss of life and property during flood events
      through public communication of flood safety and prevention measures.

   c. Improve the general public's knowledge about the dangers of flash flooding
      in the Clark County area and measures which can protect them.

   d. Provide the focus of flood safety communication efforts during periods of
      potential flood danger (i.e., periods of heavy rains or anticipated flash
      flooding).

   e. Become familiar with the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA),
      Community Rating System (CRS). Make recommendations and implement
      programs to maximize credit t o Clark County communities under CRS
      Activity 330: Outreach Projects.




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1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES

   f. Review the public education component of the valley wide National Pollutant
      Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Permit. Improve the
      general public's knowledge of stormwater pollution and measures that each
      individual can take t o improve stormwater quality.

   g. Where possible, utilize existing materials t o maximize the annual budget for
      advertising services.

4. In order t o reach the target audience, the program should utilize the most
   effective mix of media which may include, but not be limited to, the following:

                     Outdoor advertising
                     Television
                     Radio
                     Newspaper
                     Direct mail
                     Other

5. Provide a monthly written status report in accordance with a schedule set by
   RFCD staff and on the form provided by RFCD staff.

6. Provide quarterly status reports t o the Citizens Advisory Committee and t o the
   Board of Directors.

7. RFCD currently has a logo which needs t o be utilized. No modifications t o the
   logo will be allowed or accepted.

8. All advertising materials must be approved by RFCD prior t o release. All
   materials are t o be carefully inspected by the contractor for accuracy prior t o
   presentation t o RFCD for approval. RFCD review of materials may be
   conceptual in nature and does not release the contractor from responsibility for
   accuracy of spelling, grammar, design, print checks, and other tasks that would
   reasonably be expected of a firm providing such advertising services.

9. All original art work and other products will become the property of RFCD. All
   rights t o art work and other products produced in association with this program
   are t o remain as the property of RFCD. The consultant must request RFCD's
   permission t o submit program collateral in any award competition.


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1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES

                                Proposed Plan Price Estimate

      .=   Proposed Work Plan Task/Description                       Price Estimate


 I.        Outdoor Billboards
           Design, art production, production, and                   $ 9,000
           account management for t h e proposed
           2 additional outdoor billboards. Also
           includes photography rights and six-month
           storage costs. Each billboard is ld' x 48'
           in size and produced in vinyl.

           Placement (permanent and rotary) of 7-10                  $ 65,000
           billboards for t h e proposed six month
           period from May through October.


  11.      Busstop Shelter Signage

           Design, art direction, photography rights,                $ 6,000
           production and account management of
           approximately 1 6 ( 1 2 locations with 4 replacements)
           full-color electrostatic laminated busstop
           shelter posters.
           Placement and posting of approximately 12                 $ 15,000
           busstop shelter posters in areas not serviced
           by outdoor billboards for t h e proposed six month
           period from May through October.


  111.     Radio Traffic Report Sponsorships
           Placement of approximately 59 spots per week,             $45,500
           10-second closing messages for the Metro Traffic
           Control traffic reports during morning drive (6-9 a.m.)
           and afternoon drive (3-6 pm.), every week for
           the period from May through October. The
           approved scripts that aired in 1998 will again be
           used for 1999.

           Due to the high growth of t h e Las Vegas valley and
           Clark County, there is a substantial increass in
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1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES

        demand for the Metro Radio Traffic Reports. -
        An increase in cost is reflected in the placement figure.


  IV.   Kids Club

        Production and account management of updated/               $4,000
        revised newsletter print ad and other promotional
        opportunities (McDonald’s tray-liner, membership
        display backs, etc.). Account management of
        one 30-second infomercial spot (because of the
        response and effectiveness of the 1998 spot, agency
        recommends running it again for 1 999) .


        Placement of one 30-second infomercial spot                 $ 33,000
        to run in children’s programming
        (Monday-Friday 3-5 p.m.) for six-month period
        from May through October. Includes sponsorship
        ID on Kids Club event promotional spots,
        placement of ad in quarterly newsletter, and other
        promotional opportunities.


  V.    Print

        Welcome Home Magazine

        Production and account management                           $ 1,500
        of one half-page full color ad.

        Placement of one half-page full-color ad in the             $ 3,000
        proposed Summer (Jun/Jul/Aug) and Fall
        (Sep/Oct/Nov) 1999 issues.

        Moiave Valley Daily News

        Art direction, production and account management            $ 2,500
        of black-and-white, 30 column inch ad.

        Placement of one black-and-white 30 column inch ad          $ 1,900
        for the months of May, July and September.


  VI.   Promotional/Event Collateral Stickers

        Reprint of four different designs, four-color               $4,200
        at a quantity of 10,000 each f o r a total of 40,000
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EXHIBIT 1 - SCOPE OF CONTRACT SERVICES
1999 FLOOD SAFETY ADVERTISING SERVICES

           stickers ( t h r e e stickers with Flood Control message
           and one with NPDES message).

  VI I .   Update/New CCRFCD Brochure

           Design, production and account management.                  $ 3,000


  VIII.    Milk Cartons
           Use existing message (one message for                       $500
           Flood Control and one message for NPDES).

                      f
           Placement o two messages for t h r e e different            $0
           proposed periods of 10- 14 days each. Also, overrun
           placement for an available season (Fall, Winter, Spring
           and Summer).


  IX.      Weather Channel Crawl Messages                              $ 0 (TBD)
  X.       Contingency/Misc
           The coordination and execution of a n y media               $ 5,900
           and PR related events, i.e. t h e 1998 Flood Awareness
           Campaign “kick-off” at McDonald’s with CCRFCD
           Chairman and Clark County Commissioner Lance Malone.
           Inchding written press releases, t h e contacting and
           coordination of local media and t h e tracking and
           duplication of any flood related broadcasts.
           Also, attendance and presentation to the Citizens
           Advisory Committee and t h e CCRFCD Board of Directors.




  Total Estimated Annual Cost:                                         $ 200,000




  Note t h e addition o busstop shelters in t h e Summerlin/NW area and t h e addition of
                         f
  local print in t h e Laughlin area. The Merica Agency proposes putting t h e
  additional budget funds toward reaching t h e outlying areas and areas of growth.
  This will compensate for t h e tremendous ‘boom” in Southern Nevada and t h e
  Las Vegas Valley - both in population6nd area expansion.                       .-
            .   .   .   -
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EXHIBIT 2   - SCHEDULE OF ,TASK COMPLETION
                EXHIBIT 3 - SCHEDULE OF AGENCY SERVICES



                  THE MERICA AGENCY
           ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELA TIONS
                     HOURL Y RA TES


HOURLY RATES:

  PARTNERS BILLABLE RATE              $ 1 50.00

  RATES FOR OTHER THAN PARTNERS:

  CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT                $ 80.00 t o $1 50.00
  ART DIRECTOR
  DESIGN
  PRODUCTION/LAYOUT
  PROJECT SUPERVISION

  DESIGN                              $80.00 to $150.00

  PRODUCTION                          $80.00 t o $150.00

  COPYW R IT1NG                       $100.00 to $120.00

  PUBLIC RELATIONS/MAJOR EVENTS       $ 80.00 t o $ 120.00

  ACCOUNT SERVICES                    $40.00 to $120.00

PRODUCTION COST:

  OUTSIDE SERVICES                    20% of the GROSS

  PHOTOGRAPHY                         25% of the GROSS

MEDIA:

  BILLED AT AGENCY'S REDUCED BULK RATE - 15% of the GROSS

				
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