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					                                                         ANNOTATED
                                                          AGENDA

                      CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF COM1VIISSIONERS
                                              9 A.M.        JANUARY 4, 2000
               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                  CC Courthouse            City of Las Vegas           City of No. Las Vegas
     500 S. Grand Central Pkwy.            200 S. 3rd St.           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                         4770 Harrison Ave.       Henderson, NV               Boulder City, NV
                                           Las Vegas, NV

     Winchester Park & Center              Spring Valley Library    City of Mesquite            Clark County
     3130 S. McLeod Dr.                    4280 5. Jones Blvd.      10 E. Mesquite Blvd.        Reg. Govt. Center
     Las Vegas, NV                         Las Vegas, NV            Mesquite, NV                101 Civic Way
                                                                                                Laughlin, NV




    The main agenda is available on Clark County’s Internet Web Site, http:f/www.co.clark.nv.us.
    Today’s meeting will be shown Tuesday, January 4, 2000, at 7 p.m., on Clark County Community Channel (C4)
    Cox Communications Channel 4
    Tune in to the County’s news magazine Chronicles’ Tuesday, January 4, 2000, at 6:30 p.m.
    For more programming information, call the Public Communications office at 455-5534.


SEC. 1.          OPENING CEREMONIES

                                                    CALL TO ORDER

                                                         INVOCATION


                                              PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

                                                                                                                        1
                 Approval of BCC Minutes of Special Meeting of November 17, 1999,
                 and Regular Meetings of November 2, and December 7, 1999.
                 (Available in the County Clerk’s Office, Commission Division)


                                                                                                                        2
                 Approval of Agenda with the Inclusion of Any Emergency Items and
                 Deletion of Any Items.
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  NOTE: All items listed on this agenda are for action by the Board 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
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  to be routine and may be acted upon in one motion. Most agenda items are phrased for a positive action.
  However, the Board 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 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 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 wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the Chairman, or the
  Board 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
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  than three minutes. No vote may be taken on any matter not listed on the posted agenda.



                                                                                                         Item
                                                                                                      Number




                       Items taken separatelyfrom either the Purchasing or Consent Agendas
                       by Commissioners at the meeting will be heardfollowing the
                       Commissioners ‘/County Manager Recognition Section.




                                                                                                        3-14
SEC. 2.      PURCHASING & CONTRACTS
               (Department of General Services)                Separate Agenda


SEC. 3.      CONSENT AGENDA: Items 15 to 44



                       Consent Agenda items are routine and can be taken in one motion
                       unless a Commissioner 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.
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SEC. 3.        CONSENT AGENDA


               Town Services (Minutes to be noted)
               (Available in the County Clerk’s Office, Commission Division)
                                                                                                15
    a.    Note for the record the following Town Advisory Board (TAB) and Citizens
          Advisory Council (CAC) Minutes:

          Indian Springs Town Advisory Board November 9, 1999
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          Red Rock Citizens Advisory Council November 10, 1999
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          Laughlin Town Advisory Board November 30, 1999
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          Lone Mountain Citizens Advisory Council November 30, 1999 -


          Paradise Town Advisory Board November 30, 1999
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          Sandy Valley Citizens Advisory Council November 30, 1999
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          Spring Valley Town Advisory Board November 30, 1999
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          Enterprise Town Advisory Board December 1, 1999
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          Winchester Town Advisory Board December 1, 1999
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          Moapa Town Advisory Board December 2, 1999
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          Sunrise Manor Town Advisory Board December 2, 1999-


          Paradise Town Advisory Board December 14, 1999
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          Spring Valley Town Advisory Board December 14, 1999
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          Enterprise Town Advisory Board December 15, 1999
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          Winchester Town Advisory Board December 15, 1999
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                Business License
                                                                                                16
    a.    Approve a Class II Secondhand Dealer License for Viva Vintage, Inc., Babak
          Ghalebi, Sole Owner/President, for the purpose of selling vintage and secondhand
          clothing, accessories, and gift items at 4800 South Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas.
          (Tropicana Avenue/Maryland Parkway)
                                                                                                17
    b.     Approve a Change of Location for Silver Sword Locksmith, Inc., dba Pop A Lock,
           an existing locksmith service formerly located at 232 North Jones Boulevard and
           now to be located at 9249 Pitching Wedge Drive, Las Vegas.
                                                                                                18
           Approve a Change of Location for Bella’s Boutique, an existing Class II Secondhand
           Dealer formerly located at 6140 West Tropicana Avenue, Suite C3, and now to be
           located at 3871 South Valley View Boulevard, Suite 8, Las Vegas.
           (Valley View Boulevard/Viking Road)
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SEC. 3.        CONSENT AGENDA (Continued)


                Airport
                                                                                                           19
    a.    Approve the award of Bid Number 00-180775, to repair three (3) Cleaver-Brooks
          Model CB200-600 Boilers, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent           Approved As
          upon the contractor providing the Performance Bond as required by the contract              Recommended
          documents. Staff recommends award to R. F. MacDonald Co. (John Smagala,
          Engineer), in the total amount of $63,048.
                                                                                                          20
    b.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Dedication of County (Airport)           Approved & Authorized
          owned property on Assessor s Parcel No. 177-17-405-008, generally located on the        isis Recommended
          east side ofValley View Boulevard and the north side ofPebble Road, between
          Pebble Road and Torino Avenue, for public street purposes.
                                                                                                          21
    c.    Approve and adopt the Interim Disposal Plan for the Cooperative Management Area          Approved & Adoptec
          Properties acquired by the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998.           As Reconimended
                                                                                                          22
    d.                                                           a
          Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign~ lease agreement between
          Clark County and Aerotech Specialist, Inc., d.b.a. North Las Vegas Flying Club~          Approved & Authorized
                                                                                                  As Recommended
          (Jeff Farmer), for the operation of various aviation activities at North Las Vegas
          Airport.
                                                                                                          23
    e.    Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the second amendment to the      Approved & Authorized
          lease agreement between Clark County and Scenic Airlines, Inc., as assigned to          As Recommended
          Eagle Canyon Airlines, Inc. (David A. Young, President).
                                                                                                          24
    f.    Approve and authorize the advertising of intent to enter into a special events           Approved & Authorizec
          agreement between Clark County and Las Vegas Airshow, Inc (Rudy Malnati), to             As Recommended
          conduct an annual airshow at Jean Airport.
                                                                                                          25
    g.    Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign an Operating Permit between
          Clark County and One Source Facility Services, Inc. (Mr. Randy Abril, General           Approved & Authorized
          Manager, Mr Richard Kissane, Division President), for providing facility cleaning       As Recommended
          services for Southwest Airlines (or for other scheduled air carriers and tenants with
          prior written approval by the Department ofAviation) at McCarran International
          Airport.
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SEC. 3.       CONSENT AGENDA (Continued)


                Public Works
                                                                                                  26
    a.    Accept those rights-of-way and easements offered in conjunction with developments
          for portions of the following: El Campo Grande Avenue; Nellis Boulevard; Desert
          Inn Road; Buffalo Drive; Tenaya Way; McGill Avenue; El Capitan Way; Twain
          Avenue; Katie Avenue; Spring Mountain Road; Hacienda Avenue; Grand Canyon
          Drive; Mesa Vista Avenue; Fairfield Avenue; Conquistador Street; Reno Avenue;
          Pebble Road; Jensen Street; and Robison Avenue and Whitmore Street, in
          Moapa Valley, Nevada.
                                                                                                  27
    b.    Approve the acquisition of right-of-way from the Bureau of Land Management for
          portions of Maryland Parkway, from Windmill Lane to Pebble Road, and Wigwam
          Avenue, from Maryland Parkway to Spencer Street; and authorize the County
          Manager or his designee to sign all documents pertaining to the acquisition.
                                                                                                  28
    c.    Approve and accept the negotiated settlement of $995, for acquisition of right-of-way
          from Assessor’s Parcel No. 13-25-802-005 (Robert M. and Patricia J. Schnider
          Family Trust), located at the northeast corner of Russell Road and Edmond Street,
          needed for construction of the Flamingo Diversion Flood Control Channel Project,
          Phase I.
                                                                                                  29
    d.    Approve and authorize the District Attorney to compromise and settle Condemnation
          Case No. A390921, County vs. J&J Capital Organization, LLC, for $135,000, for
          the acquisition of Assessor’s Parcel No. 124-19-401-009, needed for the Northern
          and Western Segment of the Las Vegas Beltway.
                                                                                                  30
    e.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign Supplemental
          No. 1 to the professional engineering services contract between Clark County and
          R2H-GB and L Engineering, for design engineering services for the Las Vegas
          Beltway, from the bridge over U.S. 95.
                                                                                                  31
    f.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign Supplemental
          No. 1 to the professional construction administration services contract between
          Clark County and Centennial Engineering, Inc., dba MK Centennial, for the Las
          Vegas Beltway, Section 4, from Green Valley Parkway to U.S. 95.
                                                                                                  32
    g.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign a maintenance
          agreement between Clark County and IP Partners LLC, for repair and/or
          replacement, if necessary, of the existing Tropicana Wash box culvert.
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SEC. 3.        CONSENT AGENDA (Continued)


                Budget & Finance
                                                                                                  33
    a.    In accordance with NRS 244.210, and 354.220 through 354.250, approve, adopt,
          and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to authorize refunds as shown on
          Exhibit “A.” (See Attached)
                                                                                                  34
    b.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to set the date for a
          public hearing for Faith Lutheran Junior Senior High School Project Economic
          Development Revenue Bonds; and authorize the Chairman to sign related documents.
                                                                                                  35
          Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to allocate
          $290,000, in Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program funds to the North
          Las Vegas Neighborhood Housing Service (NHS), to purchase and rehabilitate an
          eight unit apartment complex, located at 1834 Jefferson Street, in the City of
          North Las Vegas, Nevada.
                                                                                                  36
    d.    Allocate $50,000 for the placement and operation of a winter shelter tent at the
          MASH site; and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement to provide
          these funds to the City of Las Vegas for operation and implementation of the winter
          shelter.
                                                                                                  37
    e.    Authorize the Chairman to sign, pursuant to NRS 244.288, all related ministerial and
          transactional documents to complete the third and final land sale for the Apex
          Industrial Park ofapproximately 11,421 acres from Clark County to Apex Industrial
          Park, Inc., Ulysses Corporation, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Silver State Disposal
          Service, Inc., and Chemical Lime Company at a cost of $9,450,000.


                General Administration
                                                                                                  38
    a.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Interlocal Contract No. 333, among the
          Regional Transportation Commission, Clark County and the Cities of Las Vegas,
          Henderson and North Las Vegas, which allocates funding for construction and
          construction engineering of a bridge and ramps at the Beltway, and provides for
          future funding for engineering and right-of-way design, right-of-way acquisition,
          construction and construction engineering for remaining roadway improvements of
          the Flamingo Road Improvement Project, between the Las Vegas Beltway and
          Durango Drive.
                                                                                                  39
    b.    Ratify the submission of a grant application and accept a $10,000, grant award from
          the PacifiCare Foundation.
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SEC. 3.       CONSENT AGENDA (Continued)


                General Administration (Cont.)
                                                                                                 40
    c.    Accept the grant award of $10,000, from the State of Nevada Division of Emergency
          Management to support Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and Alternate EOC
          (AEOC) communications capability enhancements.
                                                                                                 41
    d.    Accept the grant award of $19,000, from the State of Nevada Division of Emergency
          Management to support the planning, publication, distribution, training, exercises,
          including exercise resources, for the purpose of “Weapons of Mass Destruction”
          (WMD) preparation.
                                                                                                 42
    e.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the correction of the 1996-1997 through
          1999-2000 Secured, and 1996-1997 through 1999-2000 Unsecured Assessment Rolls
          AR-0104-00-01, and order the corrections to be made. (See Attached)
                                                                                                 43
    f.    Accept the Clark County Law Library Annual Report.
                                                                                                 44
    g.    Accept an increase in funds from $100,800 to $378,000, from the State of Nevada,
          Division of Child and Family Services, Department of Human Resources to the
          Department of Family and Youth Services (DFYS), in accordance with Assembly
          Bill No. 697, and use the $277,200 increase to create four (4) grant funded Juvenile
          Probation Officer I/Il positions that will be used to reducejuvenile commitments to
          County and State detention and correctional facilities.




                                        END OF CONSENT AGENDA
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SEC. 4.         COMMISSIONERS’/COUNTY MANAGER’S RECOGNITION


                 Commissioners
                                                                                                          45
    a.     Discuss good news in Clark County.
                                                                                                          46
    b.     Present a proclamation to Marilyn Dempster for recognition of 30 years as a
           dedicated public servant on behalf of Clark County.
                                                                                                          47
    c.     Approve and accept donations of $15,000 and $10,000, respectively to the
           Children’s Service Guild for the Department of Family and Youth Services from the
           Speedway Children’s Charities, to support program needs of Child Haven and the
           New Directions Program; and present a proclamation recognizing this generous
           donation.



SEC. 5.         ITEMS TAKEN SEPARATELY FROM PURCHASING AND CONSENT
                AGENDAS



                    Items taken separatelyfrom either the Purchasing & Contracts Agenda
                    or the Consent Agenda by the Commissioners at the meeting will be
                    heard at this time.




SEC. 6.         INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES


                    These items are for introduction only. A date and time will be setfor a
                    public hearing. No public comment will be heard at this time.


         If the Consent Agenda, including any items taken separatelyfrom the Purchasing Agenda or
         the Consent Agenda, is finished before 10 a. m., the Board will go directly to Business Items.

                                                                                                          48
    a.     Introduce an ordinance to amend Title 2, Chapter 2.62, Section 262.030, of the
           Clark County Code to revise the procedures for the removal of the Director of the
           Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Citizen Review Board; providing for
           other matters properly relating thereto; and set a public hearing.
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SEC. 7.       PUBLIC HEARINGS        -   10 A.M.
                                                                                                49
    a.    Conduct a public hearing to accept and endorse the recommendations for future land
          sales by the Bureau of Land Management; and direct staff to forward the
          recommendations to the Federal Lands Disposal Subcommittee of the Southern
          Nevada Regional Planning Coalition and the Bureau of Land Management.
                                                                                                50
    b.    Conduct a public hearing; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a
          resolution amending the Comprehensive Plan by adopting the Urban Fire Protection
          Services Element.
                                                                                                51
    c.    Conduct a public hearing to amend Title 12, Chapter 12.04, Section 12.04.230, of
          the Clark County Code, entitled “Discharging Unlawful Exceptions,” to update the
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          accompanying map and to include the area of Sloan within unincorporated
          Clark County; providing for other matters properly relating thereto.



                                         END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS



              BUSINESS ITEMS

SEC. 8.       BUSINESS LICENSE
                                                                                                52
    a.    Take appropriate action on a Class II Secondhand Dealer License issued in 1998 to
          Fred Leighton, LLC, Fred Leighton, 33-1/3 percent owner; Glorya Leighton, 33-1/3
          percent owner; and Mara Leighton, 33-1/3 percent owner, dba Fred Leighton Rare
          Collectible Jewels, db at Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas.
          (Las Vegas Boulevard South/Flamingo Road)
                                                                                                53
    b.    Hear an appeal from Yanrong Wu on the non-renewal of a Work Identification Card
          for massage therapy at Rio Suites and Casino; and take any action deemed
          appropriate.
                                                                                                54
    c.    Take any action deemed appropriate on the denial of Work Identification Card for
          Angela Starr Cobb to work as a massage therapist at Paris Spa by Mandara, 3655
          Las Vegas Boulevard South.
                                                                                                55
    d.    Discuss extension of a temporary license for Silver Dollar Recycling, LLC, dba
          Silver Dollar Recycling, Robert Friedman, 33 percent Owner/President; Harold
          Friedman, Sr., 12 percent owner; Edward D. Smith, 17 percent owner; all other
          owners holding less than 10 percent, to allow the business to continue operating an
          automobile dismantling yard at 5850 North Nellis Boulevard, Las Vegas.
          (North Nellis Boulevard/Range Road)
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SEC. 10.        PARKS AND RECREATION
                                                                                                           56
    a.     Appoint three qualified individuals to serve on the Parks and Recreation Advisory
           Commission for four-year terms ending December 31, 2004; and ratify the
           reappointment of Dr. Lois Tarkanian as the qualified Clark County School District
           Trustee representative for a one-year term expiring December 31, 2000.


SEC. 11.       AIRPORT
                                                                                                           ~57
    a.                                                             new
           Either authorize the Director of Aviation to negotiate a~ contract with Bechtel
           Infrastructure Corp for Phase V McCarran 2000 Program Management Services,
                                  ,                                                                   Authorized to
           or authorize the Director Of Aviation to prepare Request for Proposals for subject          egotiate New
           services at MôCarran International Airport.                                                Contract


SEC. 12.       PUBLIC WORKS
                                                                                                           58
    a.     Approve and authorize the negotiated purchase of Assessor’s Parcel Nos.
            162-21-201-004, and 162-21-201-005 (Reynolds Enterprises Limited Partnership), in
           the amount of $36,000,000, for the construction of Harmon Avenue, east of
           Las Vegas Boulevard, contingent upon the approval of agreements between
           Clark County and Bellagio, for both Harmon Avenue and Frank Sinatra Drive.
                                                                                                           59
    b.     Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a property agreement between
           Clark County and Bellagio for the right-of-way dedication for Frank Sinatra Drive,
           between Flamingo Road and Tropicana Avenue.
                                                                                                           60
    c.     Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an agreement among Clark County,
           Bellagio, and April Cook Companies, Nevada Corporations, providing for the
           purchase by the County of right-of-way for Harmon Avenue, between Las Vegas
           Boulevard South and Interstate 15 from Bellagio; the acceptance ofownership from
           Bellagio ofthe west and south pedestrian overpass bridges at the intersection of
           Las Vegas Boulevard South and Flamingo Road; and the construction ofthe Harmon
           Avenue Project between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Interstate 15.


SEC. 13.       COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
                                                                                                           61
    a.     Amend the April 1990 resolution to approve and authorize an additional member and
           its designated representative to the Desert Conservation Plan Implementation and
           Monitoring Committee; accept the resignation of four members on the committee;
           and ratify replacement appointments of members as nominated by their
           representative agencies to serve the remainder of the four year terms expiring
           January 2001.
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SEC. 13.        COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING (Continued)
                                                                                                   62
    b.     Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution establishing the
           Environmental Advisory Committee; appoint twenty-one members to the committee;
           and designate the Chair of the committee.


SEC. 15.        GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
                                                                                                   63
    a.     Authorize the creation of the following grant funded positions: one Television
           Writer/Producer (Schedule C29), two Cable Production Specialists (Schedule C26),
           and one Audio/Visual Technician (Schedule to be determined), in the Public
           Communications Department of the County Manager’s Office
                                                                                                   64
    b.     Appoint two qualified individuals to the Clark County Law Library Board of
           Trustees for two-year terms to expire January 2002; and ratify the three District
           Court Judges as ex-officio trustees for the calendar year 2000.
                                                                                                   65
           Reappoint a qualified individual to the Clark County Department of Family and
           Youth Services’ (DFYS) Citizens Advisory Committee for a term to expire on
           January 8, 2002.
                                                                                                   66
    d.     Appoint County Commissioners to the following boards and commissions: Boards of
           Trustees University Medical Center, Clark County Sanitation District, Kyle Canyon
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           Water District, Big Bend Water District; Board of Directors Las Vegas Valley
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           Water District; Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board; Mount Charleston Fire
           Protection; Nevada Development Authority; Parks and Recreation Advisory
           Committee; Greater Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce; North Las Vegas Chamber
           of Commerce; Clark County School District Oversight Panel; and per Senate Bill
           (SB 436), one additional representative to the Debt Management Commission; and
           elect officers as required.
                                                                                                   67
    e.     Accept the resignation of Latrice Whitmore from the Moapa Town Advisory Board;
           and appoint a qualified individual to serve the remainder of the term ending
           January 1, 2001.
                                                                                                   68
    f.     Accept the resignation of Helen Ramsey from the Lone Mountain Citizens Advisory
           Council; and appoint a qualified individual to serve the remainder of the term ending
           January 1, 2001.
                                                                                                   69
    g.     Appoint or reappoint five qualified individuals to serve on the Clark County Animal
           Control Advisory Committee for a one-year term ending January 1, 2001.
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    Comments By the General Public

A period devoted to comments by the general public about matters relevant
to the Board’s jurisdiction will be held. No vote may be taken on a matter
not listed on the posted agenda. Coruments 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
wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the
Chairman, or the Board by majority vote.


All comments by speakers should be relevant to Board action and
jurisdiction.
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        ZONING AND SUBDIVISIONS

    9 a.m.     Wednesday, January 5, 2000   Separate Agenda




THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, HELD ON THE FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH
MONTH, ARE VIDEO-TAPED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS.
TODAY’S MEETING WILL BE SHOWN TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2000, AT 7 P.M., ON
CLARK COUNTY COMMUNITY CHANNEL (C4) COX COMMUNICATIONS
CHANNEL 4. FOR MORE PROGRAMMING INFORMATION, CALL THE PUBLIC
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE AT 455-5534.




THE COUNTY CLERK KEEPS THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF ALL PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSION. 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 SHOULD BE
SUBMITTED TO THE COUNTY CLERK. IF MATERIALS ARE TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO
COMMISSIONERS, 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.
                                    Exhibit “A”   -   Refunds
                                           Page 1


  1.   Pueblo Electrical Services
       $90.00 Aviation
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       Refund for return of 6 contractor badges

 2.    D. N. Anderson Inc.
       $15.00 Aviation
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       Refund for return of one contractor badge

 3.    Tiffany Lee
       $50.00 Aviation
                     -


       Refund for unused employee parking fees

 4.    James Herron
       $15.00 Aviation
                 -


       Lost badge refund

 5.    Fevaeai S. Roberts
       $15.00 Aviation
                 -


       Lost badge refund

 6.    Phyllis Godwin
       $15.00 Aviation
                 -


       Lost badge refund

 7.    Kenya Jones
       $40.00 Aviation
                 -


       Lost badge refund

 8.    Philip M. Nault
       $15.00 Aviation
                 -


       Lost badge refund

 9.    Monica Vierra
       $ 15.00   -       Aviation
       Lost badge refund

10.    Lee Miller
       $15.00 Aviation
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       Lost badge refund
                              Exhibit “A” Refunds
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11.   MattGanier
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

12.   Stephen Hermanson
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

13.   Donald Daviau
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

14.   American Baggage Handling, Inc.
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Refund for return of one contractor badge

15.   Westek Builders, Inc.
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Refund for return of one contractor badge

16.   David Murphy
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

17.   Garrett Jenkins
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

18.   Rudolf DeMey
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

19.   Fernando Garcia
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund

20.   Ariana Montes
      $15.00 Aviation
             -


      Lost badge refund
                                     Exhibit   “A”    -   Refunds
                                               Page       3


21.   LisaJ.Olson
      $50.00 Aviation
             -


      Refund for unused employee parking

22.   Burke & Associates, Inc.
      $318.19 Building
                 -


      Refund on 98-32335 contractor is canceling
                             -




23.   Hirschi Masonry, Inc., Attn: Dorothy/Carolyn
      $54.93 Building
             -


      Refund on 99-17328 F2 contractor is canceling
                                     -




24.   Gin-Sheng HSU
      $200.00 Business License
                 -


      Refund on 000568-320-8 license fee processed in error
                                         -




25.   Jacob Cook
      $10.00 North Las Vegas Air Terminal
             -


      Refund gate card deposit customer returned gate card
                                         -




26.   B. G. Dickstein
      $90.00 North Las Vegas Air Terminal
             -


      Refund tie down deposit customer canceled tie down agreement
                                     -




27.   MarkJ. Stevens
      $45.00 North Las Vegas Air Terminal
             -


      Refund tie down deposit customer canceled tie down agreement
                                     -




28.   Ernest Sussman
      $10.00 North Las Vegas Air Terminal
             -


      Refund gate card deposit gate card returned
                                         -




29.   Aloha Vegas Mobile Home Park
      $16.00 North Las Vegas Constable
             -


      Refund on 1098-EN tenant paid; eviction canceled
                         -




30.   Squadron Executive Suites
      $44.00 North Las Vegas Constable
             -


      Refund on 1 133-99EN tenant paid; eviction canceled
                                 -
                            Exhibit   “A”   -       Refunds
                                      Page 4


31.   Thunderbird Mobile Home Park
      $44.00 North Las Vegas Constable
             -


      Refund on 1126-99EN and 1124-99EN         -   tenants paid; evictions canceled

32.   Ken Cafferty
      $311.25 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPFT on 990713/9 15

33.   First American Title Company
      $5,205.00 Recorder
                     -


      Refund overpayment of RPTF on 991129/1377

34.   First American Title Company
      $380.00 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPTF on 991028/1882

35.   Larry Girroir
      $238.75 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RP1T on 99 1001/735

36.   Lawyer’s Title of Nevada
      $436.25 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPT1’ on 991028/1711

37.   Nevada Title Company
      $1,437.50 Recorder
                     -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 98 1006/1627

38.   United Title Company
      $138.75 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990928,1272

39.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
            -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990723/1988

40.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
            -


      Refund overpayment of RP’IT on 990719/211
                            Exhibit “A” Refunds
                                         -



                                    Page 5


41.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $71.25 Recorder
                -


      Refund overpayment of RPT1’ on 9905 19/1686

42.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
             -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990614/360

43.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
             -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990630/258 1

44.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                    -


      Refund overpayment of RPrJ’ on 990707/1785

45.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                    -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990721/1180

46.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
            -


      Refund overpayment of RPTF on 990730/3832

47.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
            -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990730/3893

48.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                    -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990730/1972

49.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                    -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990802/100

50.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $ 142.50 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPT~on 990625/2429
                             Exhibit “A” Refunds
                                        -



                                     Page 6


51.   Wood side Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                     -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990629/2237

52.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                     -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990707/1764

53.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $142.50 Recorder
                     -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990609/1343

54.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPTI’ on 990712/1442

55.   Woodside Homes of Nevada
      $72.50 Recorder
                 -


      Refund overpayment of RPTT on 990713/1390




      ________                                ~
      Deputy District Attorney              Date
                                  OWNERSHIP LIST
                SECURED & UNSECURED PROPERTY TAX ASSESEMENT ROLLS

                                     AR—U 104—00—01

PARCEL NO.           OWNERSHIP

125—33—511—034       Randall A. & Paula G. Cote

125—33—511—039       Christine A. Ward

125—33—511—085       Phyllis K. Hilsabeck

138—13—310—04 9      Dana Lynn Voigt

138—13—801—016       Gary L.    & Nancy L. Mandolfo

13 9—08—602—009      Boisy,    Jr. & A. Richard Revocable Living Trust, etal

139—17—710—030       City of North Las Vegas, etal

13 9—19—4 10—011     Hong Mao,    etal

13 9—23—602—008      Marsha J. Anderson Irrevocable Trust

13 9—33—3 05—00 6    County of Clark (Administration)

13 9—33—3 05—008     County of Clark (Administration)

13 9—33—3 05—0 0 9   County of Clark (Administration)

139—34—210—055       County of Clark

139—34—210—074       County of Clark

13 9—34—311—083      County of Clark

160—33—30 1—0 02     City of Henderson

161—17 —4 12—038     Charles I.    & Melinda Dickhoner

162—13—612—0 01      Braewood Heritage Association, Inc.

162—18— 603—0 05     County of Clark(Public Works)

163—06—317—078       Sarah M.    & Daniel J. Baca




                                     (page 1 of 2)
                SECURED & UNSECURED PROPERTY TAX ASSESEMENT ROLLS
                                  OWNERSHIP LIST
                                  AR—U 104—0 0—0 1

PARCEL NO.           OWNERSHIP

l63—06—~13—020       Jerrol L. Williams

163—10—8 03—0 12     Peter G. & Catherine D. Junek

163—13—2 0 1—0 0 1   Ghusudin W.   & Ida M. Ahmadzai

177—29—603—002       Zenith Development Corporation

191—10—801—017       Wesley Glen & Vicki J. Utzman

BUSINESS ID#         OWNERSHIP

0 02 653—99          Hairitage Styling Parlor

027 90 6—99          Sahara Decatur Texaco

04 17 8 9—99         G. & P. Rental Development Corporation

054 638—99           Century Roofing, Inc.

07587 8—99           Memory Makers

0 94331—9 9          Prevost Building & Remodeling




                                     (page 2 of 2)
                                   BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                  PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS AGENDA

                                     GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

                                                JANUARY 4, 2000

SECTION 2

 AWARD OF BIDS                                                                                  Agenda Item #

 Approve the Award of Bid Number 4504-99, Annual Requirements Contract for Paint and                  3
 Paint Supplies, to the Low Responsive and Responsible Bidders, for the Period fromJanuary 4,
 2000 Through October 31, 2000, Including the Option to Renew for Four (4) One-Year
 Periods, and Authorize the Option to Increase the Award Amount up to 15% Annually, Based
 on Possible Increased User Requirements. Staff Recommends Rejection of the Apparent Low
 Bids Submitted for Lot I from The Sherwin-Williams Company, A.C. Houston Lumber
 Company, and Dunn-Edwards Corp., and Lot II from The Sherwin-Williams Company and
 Frazee md., and Approve Award ofBid for Lot I and III to ICI Dulux Paints, and Lot II to
 A. C. Houston LumberCompany, in the Estimated AggregateAnnual Amount of$590,869.52.
 General Services.


 Approvethe Award ofBid Number 4571-99, Dugout Shade Covers VariousCounty Locations,
                                                                 -                                   4
 Base Bid and Alternate One, to the Low Responsive and Responsible Bidder, Contingent upon
 Submission ofthe Required Bonds. Staff Recommends Award to Fencing Specialists, Inc., in
 the Estimated Amount of$42,204. Parks and Recreation.


 Approvethe Award ofBid Number 4572-99, Annual Requirements Contract forEricsson Two-                5
 Way Radio Equipment, Accessories and Parts, to the Low Responsive and Responsible Bidder,
 for the Period from January 4, 2000 to January 3, 2001, Including the Option to Renew for
 Four (4) One-Year Periods, and Authorize the Option to Increase the Award Amount up to 20%
 Annually, Based on Possible Increased User Requirements for the Renewal Terms. Staff
 Recommends Rejection ofthe Bid Submitted by Lasswell & Co., Apparent Low Bidder, and
 Award to Bearcom, Inc., in the Amount of$265,050. General Services.


 Approve the Award of Bid Number 4583-99, 2000 Model Year Sedans, Light Duty Trucks,                 6
 and Vans, to the Low Responsive and Responsible Bidders, in the Total Amount of
 $767,944.80, Including the Option to Procure Additional Vehicles for the Period from
 January 4, 2000 Through Availability of the Current Production Model Year. Staff
 Recommends Rejection of Item No. 1 for the Bid from St. George Ford, Apparent Low
 Bidder, and Award to the Low Responsive Bidders. General Services.



                                                   (Continued)
    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS AGENDA
    GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
    JANUARY 4, 2000
    PAGE 2

COMPETITIVE BIDDING EXCEPTIONS

Ratify the Lease Contract with Storage One, for One Storage Space Unit, for the Storage of      7
District Attorney Documents, on a Month to Month Rental Basis, in the Amount of $1,500 per
Month, and a One-Time Administrative Fee of$ 17, Subject to Budgeted Appropriations, or Take
Other Action as Appropriate. Authorize the Director of General Services or His Designee to
Sign the Contract. Real Property Management and District Attorney.



Authorize the Director of General Services or His Designee to Issue a Purchase Order to         8
Holman’s of Nevada, Inc., for “Activeproject” Software (200 Licenses), in the Amount of
$141,000, and Approve the Contractwith Holman’s ofNevada, Inc., for Consulting Services for
Computer Software Installation, Testing, and Training for an Integrated Information
Management System, for a Fixed Fee of $42,000, or Take Other Action as Appropriate.
Authorize the Director ofGeneral Services or His Designee to Sign the Contract. Public Works.



REAL PROPERTY

Amend Parcel Map, Recorded as Book Number 910619, Instrument 00667, on June 19, 1991,           9
to Reflect a Re-Division of Lot 1, of Parcel Maps File 69, Page 24, Being a Portion of the
SW 1/4, NW 1/4, Section 30, T21S, R62E, MDM, Assessor Parcel Number 161-30-203-001.
Authorize the Chairman or His Designee to Sign All Documents to Process the Revision to the
Parcel Map. Real Property Management and Public Works.


INTERLOCAL CONTRACTS


Approve the Interlocal Contract Between Clark County and the City of Las Vegas, to Provide      10
Justice Bond Project Infrastructure Improvements in the Amount of $45,486.86, or Take Other
Action as Appropriate. Authorize the Chairman to Sign the Interlocal Contract. General
Services.


CHANGE ORDERS


Approve Change Order No. 1 to the Contract with Meadow Valley Contractors, Inc., for Bid        11
Number 4182-98, Las Vegas Beltway 7B, 8 and 9 Tropicana Avenue to Hualapai Way, or Take
                                                -


Other Action as Appropriate. Public Works.


                                                    (Continued)
    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS AGENDA                                                     -


    GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
    JANUARY 4, 2000
    PAGE 3

Approve Change Order No. 1 to the Contract with Granite Construction Company, for Bid        12
Number 4452-99, Las Vegas Beltway Section 7B Durango Drive to Rainbow Boulevard, or
                                                -


Take Other Action as Appropriate. Public Works.



Approve Change Order No. 1 to the Contractwith Frehner Construction Company, Inc., for Bid   13
Number 4453-99, Las Vegas Beltway, Western Segment Hualapai Way to Sahara Avenue, or
                                                      -


Take Other Action as Appropriate. Public Works.



UTILIZE A CONTRACT

Authorize the Director of General Services or His Designee to Utilize the State of Nevada    14
Contract Number 4576, for the Purchase of Furniture, Awarded to Machabee Office
Environments, for the Period from October 1, 1999 Through September 30, 2001, in the
Estimated Annual Amount of$250,000, and Authorize the Option to Increase the AwardAmount
up to 15% Annually, Based on Possible Increased User Requirements, or Take Other Action as
Appropriate. General Services.




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

				
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