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					                                                              AGENDA

                                                   JOINT MEETING OF THE
                                   CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
               CLARK COUNTY WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
            UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER OF SOUTHERN NEVADA BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                      AND CLARK COUNTY LIQUOR AND GAMING LICENSING BOARD
                                             9:15 A.M.                   JULY 17, 2007
                   CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION CHAMBERS, GOVERNMENT CENTER
                       500 SOUTH GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

    This meeting has been properly noticed and posted
    in the following locations:                                                         Agenda Also Available At:

    CC Government Center           Regional Justice Center             City of Las Vegas              City of North Las Vegas
    500 S. Grand Central Pkwy.     200 Lewis Ave, 1st Fl.              400 E. Stewart Ave.            2200 Civic Center Dr.
    Las Vegas, NV                  Las Vegas, NV                       Las Vegas, NV                  No. Las Vegas, NV
    (Principal Office)

    Third Street Building          Paradise Park                       City of Henderson              City of Boulder City
    309 S. Third St.               Pool & Center                       200 Water St.                  400 California Ave.
    Las Vegas, NV                  4775 McLeod Dr.                     Henderson, NV                  Boulder City, NV
                                   Las Vegas, NV

    Winchester Park & Center       Desert Breeze                       City of Mesquite               Clark County
    3130 S. McLeod Dr              Park & Community Ctr                10 E. Mesquite Blvd.           Reg. Govt. Center
    Las Vegas, NV                  8275 Spring Mtn. Rd                 Mesquite, NV                   101 Civic Way
                                   Las Vegas, NV                                                      Laughlin, NV



     Tune in to the County’s news magazine “Chronicles” Tuesday, July 17, 2007, at 6:30 p.m.
     The main agenda is available on Clark County’s Internet Web Site, http://www.accessclarkcounty.com.
     This meeting will be broadcast live on Clark County Television, Channel 4 (CCTV 4) and over the Internet,
     http://www.accessclarkcounty.com. It will be replayed over CCTV 4 on Tuesday, July 17, 2007, at 8:00 p.m.
     For more programming information, call the Public Communications Office at 455-6888.



SEC. 1           OPENING CEREMONIES

                                                         CALL TO ORDER

                                                             INVOCATION

                                                   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
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Approval of Agenda with the Inclusion of Any Emergency Items and Deletion of Any Items.                                           1
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NOTE: All items listed on this agenda are for action by the Board/Trustees unless otherwise noted. Action may consist of any of
the following: approve, deny, condition, hold, or table.

Consent Agenda - All matters in this sub-category are considered by the Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Trustees
to be routine and may be acted upon in one motion. Most agenda items are phrased for a positive action. However, the
Board/Trustees may take other actions such as hold, table, amend, etc.

COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC
According to Nevada's Open Meeting Law, it is the Board's/Trustees’ discretion to take Public Comment during times other than
during a Public Hearing or during the Public Comment Session. In all other instances, a citizen may speak on any matter before the
Board/Trustee for consideration, after receiving recognition and consent of the Chairman of the Board. Public Comment will be
limited to three minutes. If any member of the Board/Trustees wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the
Chairman, or the Board/Trustees by majority vote.

If you wish to speak on a matter not listed as a public hearing or on a matter not posted on the agenda, you may do so during the
Public Comment Session. Please step up to the speaker's podium, clearly state your name and address -- please spell your name for
the record -- and limit your comments to no more than three minutes. No vote may be taken on any matter not listed on the posted
agenda.

Consent Agenda items are routine and can be taken in one motion unless a Commissioner/Trustee requests that an item be taken
separately. For all items left on the Consent Agenda, the action taken will be staff’s recommendation as indicated on the item.

Items taken separately from the Consent Agenda by Commissioners/Trustees at the meeting will be heard following the
Commissioners’/County Manager’s Recognition Section.



SEC. 2.           CONSENT AGENDA: Items No. 2 through No. 84

          Purchasing & Contracts

a.    Approve the annual renewals of Bid Number 600065, Annual Requirements Contract for National &                           2
      Kimball Office Furniture awarded to Sarret’s Office Equipment Company, Inc.; and authorize the
      Chief Financial Officer or his designee to renewal notices on an annual basis; or take other action as
      appropriate. (Finance)

b.    Approve the award of Bid No. 600697, Clark County Fire Station No. 15, to the low and responsible                       3
      bidder, contingent upon the submission of the required bonds and insurance. Staff recommends award
      to B & H Construction, Inc. (Fire and Real Property Management)

c.    Approve Amendment 1 to the contract with Gartner, Inc., to provide Reference and Advisory Services                      4
      on Information Technology; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the
      amendment; or take other action as appropriate. (Information Technology)

d.    Approve Amendment 1 to the contract with Urban Environmental Research, LLC, to provide                                  5
      consulting services to Clark County in the identification of potential impacts from the Yucca Mountain
      Project and the preparation of appropriate responses to the Department of Energy’s proposed actions;
      and authorize the Chief Financial Officer of his designee to sign the contract; or take other action as
      appropriate. (Comprehensive Planning)

e.    Approve Amendment 1 to the contract with Urban Transit, LLC, to provide consulting services for the                     6
      Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository Program Transportation Monitoring Program, or take
      other action as appropriate. (Comprehensive Planning)
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f.   Approve Amendment 1 to the contract with Aztec Communications, to provide consulting services for           7
     the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository Program Public Outreach, or take other action as
     appropriate. (Comprehensive Planning)

g.   Approve Amendment Four to the contract with ComSys IT Services, for Post Implementation Support             8
     of the fingerprint portion of the Las Vegas-Sheriff Identification Network System (LV-SINS); and
     authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the amendment; or take other action as
     appropriate. (Detention Services)

h.   Approve the interlocal agreement with Board of Regents, University of Nevada @ Reno, for                    9
     Epidemiology of Desert Tortoise; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the
     agreement. (Air Quality and Environmental Management)

i.   Approve the interlocal agreement with Board of Regents, University of Nevada @ Reno, for                    10
     Movements and Barriers to Movement of Desert Tortoise; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or
     his designee to sign the agreement. (Air Quality and Environmental Management)

j.   Approve the contract with, New Genesis, Inc., to Provide Housing To Eligible Social Service Clients;        11
     and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the contract; or take other action as
     appropriate. (Social Service)

k.   Authorize an increase to the total estimated annual amount to the contracts with Willdan Associates, P      12
     & D Consultants of Nevada, Esgil Corporation, Bureau Veritas, RWN Incorporated, Charles Abbott &
     Associates, Inc., Precision Inspection Corporation, Inc., Interwest Consulting Group, Inc., Sunrise
     Engineering, and 4Leaf Inc., to provide Plan Review Services; or take other action as appropriate.
     (Development Services)

l.   Approve the contract with MTG Management Consultants, L.L.C., to provide Professional Services              13
     for a Needs Assessment, Business Process Re-engineering, Requirements and RFP Development
     Effort, to Replace the Regional Justice Information System (SCOPE) and Wanted Vehicle System
     (WVS) for the Clark County Justice and Public Safety Community of Interest (COI); and authorize the
     Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the contract; or take other action as appropriate.
     (Manager)

m.   Approve the selection of Stanley Consultants, Inc., to provide Engineering Services for Sunset Park-        14
     Water Well Diagnostics and Reconstruction Design; and Deer Creek Water System Improvements
     Concept Plan and Design; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to negotiate a
     contract; or take other action as appropriate. (Real Property Management)

n.   Approve Change Order No. 6 to the contract with B & H Construction, Inc., for Bid Number 600142,            15
     2006 Family Courts Remodel; or take other action as appropriate. (Real Property Management)

       Town Services Minutes (Minutes to be Noted)
       (Available in the County Clerk’s Office, Commission Division)

a.   Note for the record the following Town Advisory Board (TAB) and Citizens Advisory Council (CAC)             16
     Minutes:

     Goodsprings Citizens Advisory Council – May 29, 2007
     Moapa Valley Fire District Advisory Board – June 12, 2007
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     Mountain Springs Citizens Advisory Council – June 13, 2007
     Sunrise Manor Town Advisory Board – June 14, 2007
     Paradise Town Advisory Board – June 26, 2007
     Spring Valley Town Advisory Board – June 26, 2007
     Moapa Valley Town Advisory Board – June 27, 2007
     Winchester Town Advisory Board – June 27, 2007
     Indian Springs Town Advisory Board – June 28, 2007
     Moapa Town Advisory Board – June 28, 2007

       Business License

a.   Refer the Work Identification Card appeal filed by Ernestine Jimenez with the Clark County Business      17
     License Department to the CCBL Hearing Officers in response to the denial of a Work Identification
     Card by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

b.   Refer the licensing decision on Sahara Sun Spa, Inc. (James R. Ernsberger, Owner (55%) and Mengyi        18
     T. Ernsberger, Owner (45%)) to the Clark County Business License Hearing Officers for a show cause
     hearing in response to the Director’s non-renewal of the Limited Massage Establishment business
     license. (Sahara Avenue/Maryland Parkway)

c.   In accordance with NRS 369.190, approve the issuance of a Liquor – Instructional Wine-Making             19
     Facility License for Grape Expectations, Inc., Charles Peters (Owner 50%) and Patricia Peters (Owner
     50%) for the purpose of operating an Instructional Wine-Making Facility business from 1971 Whitney
     Mesa Drive, Henderson, Nevada.

       Parks & Recreation

a.   Accept a donation of artifacts from Jim, Shawn and Samantha Cullison, with an estimated value of         20
     $2,800, for the Howard Cannon Aviation Museum.

b.   Approve and authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation, or his designee, to sign an agreement        21
     with CBS Radio, Inc., dba KMXB-FM for the co-sponsorship of an event to be held at Desert Breeze
     Park on Saturday, October 20, 2007.

c.   Approve and authorize the Director of Parks and Recreation, or his designee, to sign two agreements      22
     with the Clark County School District, acting through its Food Service Department, to prepare
     breakfasts and/or lunches for the RecTrek Program during the summer session, expiring August 27,
     2007, and for track breaks during the school year, expiring August 8, 2008.

d.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the 2007 Charter, authorizing the Clark County Shooting       23
     Park Advisory Committee to serve a one-year term from July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

       Aviation

a.   Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the general aviation operating permit between     24
     Clark County and Above the Rest (Nicholle Sanchez, President) to provide interior and exterior
     aircraft detailing services at Henderson Executive Airport.
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b.   Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the general aviation operating permit between      25
     Clark County and Above the Rest (Nicholle Sanchez, President) to provide interior and exterior
     aircraft detailing services at North Las Vegas Airport.

c.   Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the general aviation operating permit between      26
     Clark County and Clear Skies Aircraft Cleaning and Polishing (Tony Manitta, CEO) to provide
     interior and exterior aircraft detailing services at North Las Vegas Airport.

d.   Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the general aviation operating permit between      27
     Clark County and Crowe Aviation (Aaron Crowe, Owner/Operator) to provide interior and exterior
     aircraft detailing services at Henderson Executive Airport.

e.   Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the aviation support services operating permit     28
     between Clark County and Professional Aircraft Line Services (Phil Mendez, President) to provide
     aircraft maintenance and cleaning at McCarran International Airport.

f.   Approve and authorize the advertising of the intent to enter a general aviation operating permit          29
     between Clark County and Chrisbarry, Inc. d/b/a Air Gourmet (Christopher Hajji, Vice President) to
     provide an aircraft catering service at North Las Vegas Airport.

g.   Approve and authorize the reimbursement to Alliance Corporation, d/b/a Alliance Airport Advertising       30
     (Shauna P. Forsythe, President) for permanent improvements of installing advertising sign and banner
     hardware at various locations throughout McCarran International Airport, Terminal 1.

h.   Approve and authorize the advertising of the intent to enter a lease between Clark County and the         31
     United States Postal Service for a postal facility at McCarran International Airport.

       Public Works

a.   Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a grant of easement permitting           32
     Nevada Power Company to install a transformer on County-owned property within Assessor’s Parcel
     No. 177-20-799-007 (Richmar Avenue), as part of the project for the Interstate 15 Interchange at
     Silverado Ranch Boulevard.

b.   Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a revocable license agreement            33
     between Clark County and the City of Henderson, for Henderson’s facilities crossing the Southern
     Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway approximately 2,400 feet west of Pecos Road.

c.   Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the                34
     professional engineering services contract between Clark County and CH2M Hill, Inc. (James G. Foss,
     Vice President), for final engineering services for the Western Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury
     Beltway, from Craig Road to Hualapai Way.

d.   Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign Supplemental No. 2 to the                35
     professional engineering services contract between Clark County and HDR Engineering, Inc. (Lolene
     Terry, P.E., Vice President), for engineering services for the Lower Flamingo Wash Detention Basin.
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e.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a utility construction contract between Clark County and         36
     The Howard Hughes Corporation (Kevin Orrock, Top Division Executive), for installation of water
     and sanitary sewer facilities as part of the Western Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway –
     Lake Mead Boulevard Interchange project.

f.   Declare JNJ Engineering Construction, Inc. (JNJ), in default; authorize the Director of Public Works        37
     and/or the Director of Parks and Recreation to issue written notice to JNJ of termination for cause of
     the contract with JNJ, Bid Number 600019, Wetlands Park Habitat Enhancement/Restoration;
     authorize the District Attorney’s Office to file counterclaim(s); and take any other appropriate action
     necessary to recover damages sustained by the County relating to this project.

g.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Assignment, Assumption, and Consent Agreement                38
     among Stockbridge/SBE Holdings LLV for the Air Space Lease for the pedestrian walkway over
     Paradise Road at the Sahara Hotel.

h.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the             39
     Clark County Water Reclamation District, for construction of a sewer siphon in connection with the
     Muddy River Bridge at Gubler Avenue project, in Logandale, Nevada. (Board of County
     Commissioners also sitting as the Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees.)

       Real Property Management

a.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to establish a policy for the               40
     disposition of surplus Clark County-owned real property.

b.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution to Declare as Surplus and Offer of        41
     Reconveyance for Clark County-Owned Property known as Assessor’s Parcel Number 163-18-499-
     020 (+/- .031 acres), formerly a portion of Assessor’s Parcel Number 163-18-401-004, located on the
     north side of the Bruce Woodbury Beltway, north of Flamingo Road and approximately 1200 feet east
     of Hualapai Way; and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to execute
     a quitclaim deed and any other documents necessary to facilitate the sale.

       Budget & Finance

a.   In accordance with NRS 244.210 and 354.220 through 354.250, approve, adopt, and authorize the               42
     Chairman to sign a resolution to authorize refunds as shown on Exhibit “A.” (See Attached)

b.   Approve and adopt the Clark County Debt Management Policy for Fiscal Year 2007-08; and direct               43
     staff to transmit the approved document to the Department of Taxation, as prescribed by law.

c.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a Resolution for the Reservation of Private              44
     Activity Bond Volume Cap for Year 2007 Clark County Allocation in the amount of $39,661,598.79;
     and authorize the Chairman to sign related documents.

d.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution granting $1,250,000 in HOME                 45
     Investment Partnerships Program (“HOME”) and/or Low Income Housing Trust Fund (“LIHTF”)
     monies to Accessible Space, Inc., to assist with the development of Bledsoe Lane Supportive Housing,
     Inc., an affordable, accessible housing development located between Carey Avenue and Judson Street
     in unincorporated Clark County, Nevada.
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e.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to allocate $750,000 in Low Income         46
     Housing Trust Fund (“LIHTF”) monies to Nevada HAND to partially finance the construction of
     Stewart Pines III Senior Apartments, a 57-unit affordable senior rental housing development located
     near Stewart Avenue and 13th Street in the City of Las Vegas, Nevada.

f.   Approve the reprogramming of $1,962,374 in Low Income Housing Trust Fund (LIHTF) monies from               47
     the expiring interlocal agreement to the Housing Authority, County of Clark, Nevada (HACC);
     approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the interlocal agreement between Clark County and the
     HACC to allocate $2,962,374 in Low Income Housing Trust Fund (“LIHTF”) Program monies to the
     HACC, which includes the $1,962,374 in reprogrammed funds and $1,000,000 previously approved
     by the Board on March 7, 2006, to undertake a Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program (TBRA) to
     help homeless, homeless mentally-ill, displaced mobile home park residents and other low-income
     residents of Clark County rent decent, safe and sanitary affordable housing.

g.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution to Levy the amended Ad Valorem           48
     Tax Rates required for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2007, designating the number of cents per
     $100 assessed valuation for each fund.

h.   Approve a Long Term Disability benefit payment under the International Association of Fire Fighters,       49
     Local 1908, Collective Bargaining Agreement.

i.   Reallocate Information Technology project funds to purchase computer hardware, software, and               50
     professional services in support of new initiatives.

       Clark County Water Reclamation District
       (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the CCWRD Board of Trustees)

a.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the resolution setting forth the intent of the          51
     Clark County Water Reclamation District to reimburse out of bond proceeds certain expenditures
     related to Water Reclamation projects.

b.   Approve and authorize the General Manager to negotiate an agreement with HDR Engineering, Inc., to         52
     provide engineering services and design for the Corrosion Management Plan, CCWRD Project No.
     621.

c.   Approve the list of qualified design-build teams for the PEPS Phase III Design-Build Project,              53
     CCWRD Project No. 617; and authorize the issuance of the Request for Final Proposals to the short-
     listed teams as finalists.

d.   Approve and authorize the General Manager to negotiate a contract with V&A Consulting Services to          54
     provide engineering services for the CCWRD Pump Station Condition Assessment, CCWRD Project
     No. 625.

e.   Award the bid for construction of the Twain Interceptor Rehabilitation Project to Spiniello Companies,     55
     as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required bonds,
     insurance certificates and other documents required by the bid; and authorize the General Manager to
     sign the contract documents; or take other appropriate action (CCWRD Project No. 606).
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f.   Award the bid for procurement of a complete Ozonation System to Ozonia Corporation, as the lowest          56
     responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required bonds, insurance
     certificates and other documents required by the bid; and authorize the General Manager to sign the
     contract documents; or take other appropriate action (CCWRD Project No. 586B).

g.   Award the bid for procurement of a complete Membrane System to Zenon Environmental                         57
     Corporation, as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the
     required bonds, insurance certificates and other documents required by the bid; and authorize the
     General Manager to sign the contract documents; or take other appropriate action (CCWRD Project
     No. 586A).

h.   Select Dell, Inc. to provide consulting services to convert the electronic messaging system from           58
     Novell GroupWise to Microsoft Exchange pursuant to RFP No. 657-07; and authorize the General
     Manager to sign an agreement with Dell, Inc.

i.   Approve and authorize the General Manager to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the                59
     Clark County School District and the Clark County Water Reclamation District to design, develop,
     and maintain a permanent chemical pre-treatment and facility.

j.   Award the bid for construction of Fleet Maintenance Shop Extension to the sole bidder Famko                60
     General Contractors, as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of
     required bonds, insurance certificate and other documents required by the bid; and authorize the
     General Manager to sign the contract documents; or take other action as appropriate (CCWRD Project
     No. 616).

       University Medical Center of Southern Nevada
       (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the UMC Hospital Board of Trustees)

a.   Approve the Credentialing actions approved by University Medical Center of Southern Nevada’s               61
     Medical Executive Committee on June 26, 2007.

b.   Accept and approve two Notices of Grant Award from the State of Nevada Department of Human                 62
     Services, Grant Management Unit, to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) Family
     Resource Center for Case Management and Referral/Information and for Parent Education and
     Support in Las Vegas North service area; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer to sign the
     award notices.

c.   Approve and authorize University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) continue to join the              63
     rental car contracts under the updated State of Nevada, Department of Administration, Purchasing
     Division, New Passenger Vehicle Rental Contracts updated to multiple vendors as of October 20,
     2006, for vehicle rental for UMC for in-state and out-of-state travel; and authorize the Interim Chief
     Executive Officer to sign contracts with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hertz, National Car Rental, and
     Savmor Car Rental.

d.   Approve an Urgent Care Agreement and a Primary Care Agreement between University Medical                   64
     Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and Prime Health, Inc. (Prime Health) representing the Hotel
     Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union Welfare Fund (Culinary), to change the
     Pediatric rate and exceptions to the Resource Based relative Value Scale (RBRVS) reimbursement
     rates; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer to sign the amendment.
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e.   Approve Amendment Number One to the Emergency Medical Services Agreement between                           65
     University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and Emergency Physicians’ Medical Group,
     Inc. (EPMG) to delete individual IV/Intubation, point of service/triage/medical screening
     compensation with an all inclusive annual cost; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer to
     sign the amendment.

f.   Approve the Lease of Premises in the University Medical Center, Medical Education Building                 66
     between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and Daniel L. Orr, D.D.S. M.S. LTD.
     to lease approximately 1,773 square feet of space in UMC’s 2040 Medical Education Building (2040
     Building) for professional medical office space at fair market value; and authorize the Interim Chief
     Executive Officer to sign the lease.

g.   Ratify the expenditures of funds for consulting work for the month of June 2007 for the following:         67
     Carpi and Carpi, Ltd., Marietta Nelson, M.D., DDS, Muzaffar Kirmani, M.D., Michelle Lisoskie,
     M.D., Daniel Orr, DDS, PhD, JD, M.D., and James Kinard, DDS; and approve the consultant
     agreements between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and each of the above for
     the period July 1, 2007, through February 28, 2009, with Ryan White Title I and III grant funding, for
     eye and dental treatment of HIV/AIDS positive individuals; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive
     Officer to sign the agreements.

h.   Ratify the expenditures of funds for consulting work for the month of June 2007 for the following:         68
     Dino Gonzalez, M.D., Reuel Aspacio, MD., and Deborah Harlig; and approve the consultant
     agreements between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and each of the above for
     the period July 1, 2007, through February 28, 2009, with Ryan White Title I and III grant funding, for
     medical service, dermatology and sub grantee auditing; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive
     Officer to sign the agreements.

i.   Ratify the expenditures of funds for dental work for the month of June 2007 by the Community               69
     College of Southern Nevada (CCSN) to HIV positive individuals; and approve the service agreement
     between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and The Board of Regents of the
     University and Community College System of Nevada on behalf of Community College of Southern
     Nevada (CCSN) for dental services to HIV positive individuals for the period July 1, 2007, through
     February 28, 2009; and authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer to sign the agreement.

j.   Ratify the expenditure of funds for agency medical services for the month of June 2007 for the             70
     following: Ear, Nose, Throat Associates, Desert West Surgery, Laboratory Medicine Consultants,
     LTD., Community Counseling Center and Gastroenterology Center of Nevada; approve the agency
     agreements between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) and for each of the above
     for the period July 1, 2007, through February 28, 2009, with Ryan White Title I and III grant funding;
     and authorize the Interim Chief Executive Officer to sign the agreements.

       General Administration

a.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the correction of the 2004-2005 through 2007-2008               71
     Secured and the 2006-2007 Unsecured Assessment Rolls AR-0717-07-14 and order the corrections to
     be made. (See Attached)

b.   Note for the record that the Official Reports and Documents are on file in the County Clerk’s Office,      72
     Commission Division.
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c.   Approve and authorize the Chairman or his designee to sign a Memorandum of Agreement between               73
     the Las Vegas Fire & Rescue (LVFR) and Clark County Fire Department (CCFD) to allow LVFR to
     join the National Urban Search and Rescue Task Force, currently under the responsibility of
     Clark County.

d.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the mutual aid agreement between the Clark County Fire          74
     Department and the Creech Air Force Base Fire & Emergency Services for fire protection and
     emergency services.

e.   Approve and authorize the Chairman or his designee to sign a Memorandum of Understanding                   75
     between the Mechanical Contractors Association, Inc. (MCA) and Clark County Fire Department
     (CCFD) to allow MCA to donate the installation of a Firefighters Breathing Air Replenishment
     System.

f.   Ratify the grant application submitted to the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of         76
     Child and Family Services (DCFS), Nevada State Juvenile Justice Commission from the Department
     of Juvenile Justice Services (DJJS) for OJJDP Title V Grant funding; and accept the grant award in the
     amount of $30,000 for the Family Functional Therapy program.

g.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the            77
     City of North Las Vegas for their participation in the State Emergency Response Commission Grant
     Equipment and Operations Program.

h.   Accept the donation; and approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a vehicle donation agreement           78
     between SAV-MOR RENT-A-CAR, Mr. Norm Jenkins, Owner (Donor), and the Department of
     Family Services for the donation of three rental vehicles for the period of July 1, 2007 through June
     30, 2008.

i.   Accept grant funding in the amount of $11,067 for Fiscal Year 2008 and $5,533.50 for Fiscal Year           79
     2009 from the United Way of Southern Nevada to the Department of Family Services to be used for
     the purpose of providing community-based parent education programs and purchasing supplies
     effective from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2009; and accept any funds awarded.

j.   Authorize the Chairman to enter into multi-year contracts not to exceed $60,000 per year; and              80
     authorize the Chairman to sign the Advocacy and Consultant Agreement between Eighth Judicial
     District Court, State of Nevada and In The Loop Consulting, Inc. to secure lobbying and consulting
     services.

k.   Approve the Settlement Agreement in the case Terra Aero, LLC, et al. v. Clark County, Case No.             81
     A512304, authorize the Chairman to sign the agreement; and consider other matters properly related
     thereto.

l.   Approve, adopt and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide County funds in the amount       82
     of $5,000 to The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society to support sterilization of pets.

m.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide County funds in the             83
     amount of $10,000 to Heaven Can Wait to support sterilization of pets.

n.   Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to donate County surplus furniture to      84
     the Lamb of God Lutheran Church and School.
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                                         END OF CONSENT AGENDA


SEC. 3.        COMMISSIONERS'/COUNTY MANAGER'S RECOGNITION

a.   Present a proclamation recognizing Department of Juvenile Justice Services (DJJS) Assistant Director      85
     Larry Carter on the occasion of his receiving the Tony Gobar Outstanding National Juvenile Justice
     Specialist Award.

b.   Present a proclamation to Heather Wilder in recognition of her community involvement, generosity,         86
     civic leadership and her ongoing support of the children of Southern Nevada, particularly those
     affected by the foster care system.

c.   Accept a $10,000 donation from the Las Vegas Host Lions Club, District 46 of Lions Clubs                  87
     International for the Lions Burn Care Center at University Medical Center of Southern Nevada.

d.   Present HELP of Southern Nevada, WestCare, Global Studio and Community Interfaith Council with            88
     a proclamation for their participation in the historic airing of the “Crystal Darkness”documentary.

e.   Receive a presentation from the graduates of the Class of 2007 Clark County Leadership Forum.             89

SEC. 4.        ITEMS TAKEN SEPARATELY FROM CONSENT AGENDA


SEC. 5.        PUBLIC AUCTION/UBLIC HEARINGS – 10 A.M.

a.   Conduct a public auction of County-owned Assessor's Parcel Number 125-20-401-014, consisting of           90
     approximately 1.14 +/- acres, located at the intersection of Fort Apache Road and Darling Road (just
     south of the I-215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway), for not less than the minimum appraised value of
     $660,000; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a Resolution of Acceptance and
     Sale of Real Property; and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to sign
     a quitclaim deed upon receipt of the total bid price, and any other documents necessary to complete
     the transaction.

b.   Conduct a public hearing to review the Fiscal Year 2007 project recommendations of the Local Law          91
     Enforcement Advisory Committee for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) in
     the amount of $1,240,885 to be received from the U.S. Department of Justice; make funding
     allocations; and authorize County staff to submit a final application.

c.   Accept and approve the business impact statement, pursuant to NRS 237, for the proposed amendment         92
     to amend Title 8, Chapter 8.20, Sections 8.20.020 Subsection 8.20.020.237 of the Clark County Code.
     (Board of County Commissioners acting as the Clark County Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board.)

d.   Conduct a public hearing; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign an ordinance to          93
     amend Title 8, Chapter 8.20, Section 8.20.020 to add a new subsection 8.20.020.237 for a definition
     and regulations for “nightclub”; and providing for other matters properly relating thereto. (Board of
     County Commissioners acting as the Clark County Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board.)
     PAGE 12 – JULY 17, 2007– MEETING AGENDA                                                                   Item No.


e.   Conduct a public hearing; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign an ordinance to            94
     amend Title 2, Chapter 2.03, Section 2.03.030(e)(2) and Section 2.03.030(e)(3), and to add Section
     2.03.030(e)(4), and to add Section 2.03.035 of the Clark County Code to clarify the Board’s ability to
     delegate other duties and responsibilities to the Department of Business License, and providing for
     other matters properly relating thereto. (Board of County Commissioners acting as the Clark County
     Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board.)

                             END OF PUBLIC AUCTION/PUBLIC HEARINGS

SEC. 6.          INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE

                      This item is for introduction only. A date and time will be set for a public
                               hearing. No public comment will be heard at this time.


a.   Introduce an ordinance to amend Title 4, Chapter 4.08, Section 4.08.010 and Chapter 4.10, Section           95
     4.10.010 of the Clark County Code to provide ten percent (10%) transient lodging tax collection fees
     to the County through adjustment of the relative transient lodging tax rates; and to amend Chapter 4.10
     of the Clark County Code to add Subsection 4.10.011 providing a discount to transient lodging
     establishments for the timely remittance of taxes collected; providing for other matters properly
     relating thereto; and set a public hearing.

SEC. 7.          BUSINESS ITEMS

          Budget & Finance

a.   Approve and adopt Clark County’s FY 2008-12 Capital Improvement Program; and direct staff to                96
     transmit the approved document to the State Department of Taxation, as prescribed by law.

          General Administration

a.   Appoint Lawrence Weekly to replace Tom Collins on the Southern Nevada Workforce Investment                  97
     Board of a term ending January 5, 2009.

b.   Receive a progress report on the implementation of the Safe Futures program which ensures the safety,       98
     permanency and well-being of children and families; and direct staff accordingly.

c.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the proposed interlocal agreement between the Las Vegas          99
     Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Clark County, and the Cities of Las Vegas, North
     Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City and Mesquite for the distribution of Room Tax Collection Fees
     by the LVCVA; authorize the County Manager to forward the interlocal agreement to the parties for
     their consideration.

d.   Receive a report on the reorganization of The Lied Animal Shelter and the improvements made to care        100
     for animals at the facility; and direct staff accordingly.

e.   Receive in closed session, pursuant to Section 5.11 of the Open Meeting Law Manual and Nevada              101
     Revised Statutes, 241.015.2(b)(2)., a report on District Court Case No. A526843: Nasser v. Clark
     County; and direct staff accordingly.
    PAGE 13 – JULY 17, 2007– MEETING AGENDA                                                          Item No.


                                     Comments By the General Public

A period devoted to comments by the general public about matters relevant to the Board's/Trustees’
jurisdiction will be held. No vote may be taken on a matter not listed on the posted agenda. Comments will
be limited to three minutes. Please step up to the speaker's podium, clearly state your name and address and
please spell your last name for the record. If any member of the Board/Trustees wishes to extend the length
of a presentation, this will be done by the Chairman, or the Board/Trustees by majority vote.

All comments by speakers should be relevant to Board/Trustees action and jurisdiction.


              ZONING AND SUBDIVISIONS

              9 a.m.         Wednesday, July 18, 2007              Separate Agenda


 THE REGULAR JOINT MEETINGS OF THE CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF
 COMMISSIONERS, THE CLARK COUNTY WATER RECLAMATION BOARD OF
 TRUSTEES AND THE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER OF SOUTHERN NEVADA
 BOARD OF TRUSTEES HELD ON THE FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH
 MONTH, ARE VIDEO-TAPED BY THE CLARK COUNTY TELEVISION, CHANNEL 4
 (CCTV 4). THIS MEETING WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE ON THE CCTV 4 AND OVER
 THE INTERNET AT www.accessclarkcounty.com. IT WILL BE REPLAYED OVER
 CCTV 4 ON TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2007, AT 8:00 P.M. FOR MORE PROGRAMMING
 INFORMATION, CALL THE PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE AT 455-6888.

 THE COUNTY CLERK KEEPS THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF ALL PROCEEDINGS OF
 THE COUNTY COMMISSION, THE CCWRD BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND THE UMC
 HOSPITAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN A COMPLETE AND
 ACCURATE RECORD OF ALL PROCEEDINGS, ANY PHOTOGRAPH, MAP, CHART, OR
 ANY OTHER DOCUMENT USED IN ANY PRESENTATION TO THE BOARD/TRUSTEES
 SHOULD BE SUBMITTED TO THE COUNTY CLERK. IF MATERIALS ARE TO BE
 DISTRIBUTED TO COMMISSIONERS/TRUSTEES, PLEASE PROVIDE SUFFICIENT
 COPIES FOR DISTRIBUTION TO THE COUNTY MANAGER, COUNTY COUNSEL, AND
 COUNTY CLERK.


 THE CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION CHAMBERS ARE ACCESSIBLE TO INDIVIDUALS
 WITH DISABILITIES. WITH TWENTY-FOUR (24) HOUR ADVANCE REQUEST, A SIGN
 LANGUAGE INTERPRETER MAY BE MADE AVAILABLE (PHONE: 455-3530 OR TDD
 385-7486) OR RELAY NEVADA TOLL FREE (800) 326-6868, TT/TDD. ASSISTIVE
 LISTENING DEVICES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST AT THE STAFF TABLE.

				
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