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                             CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                                        9:15 A.M.                   NOVEMBER 3, 2004
                    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:                                   I                   Agenda Also Available At:

     CC Government Center          CC Courthouse                        City ofLas Vegas            City of No. Las Vegas
     500 S. Grand Central Pkwy.    200 S. rd Street                     400 E. Stewart Ave.         2200 Civic Center Dr.
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     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 5. 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 5. 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



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     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,
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SEC. 1           OPENING CEREMONIES

                                                         CALL TO ORDER

                                                          INVOCATION

                                                 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

                                                                                                                            Item No.

Approval of Minutes ofthe Regular Meetings on September 21, 2004, and October 5, 2004. (Available in the
County Clerk ~ Office, Commission Division)

Approval of Agenda with the Inclusion of Any Emergency Items and Deletion of Any Items.                                        2
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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 to be
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 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 than three minutes. No vote may be
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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 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 separatelyfrom the Consent Agenda by Commissioners at the meeting will be heardfollowing the
Commissioners’ /Counly Manager’s Recognition Section.

SEC. 2.          CONSENT AGENDA: Items No.3 through No.96

          Purchasing & Contracts

a.   Approve the award ofBid Number 5 777-04, Former Shade Tree Building Demolition and Former                   3
     Crossroads Selective Interior Demolition, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent
     upon submission of the required bonds and insurance. Staff recommends award to Capriati
     Construction Corporation. (Community Resources and Real Property Management)

b.   Reject all bids received for Bid Number 5610 04, Food Services for the Clark County Detention               4
     Center; or take other action as appropriate. (Detention Services)

c.   Approve Change Order No. 11 to the contract with Pahor Air Conditioning, Inc., for Bid No. 5179-02,         5
     Clark Place HVAC Retrofit; or take other action as appropriate. (Real Property Management)

d.   Approve the contract with Marc Lemoine Architecture, LLC, to provide architecture services for the          6
     Public Defender’s Office Renovation —309 South Third Street; and authorize the Chief Financial
     Officer or his designee to sign the contract; or take other action as appropriate. (Public Defender and
     Real Property Management)

e.   Approve the selection of, and the contract with ENVIRON International Corporation, to provide               7
     Consultant Services for On-Road Mobile Sources Ozone Precursor Emissions Inventory; and
     authorize the Chief Financial Officer or his designee to sign the contract; or take other appropriate
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       action. (Air Quality and Environmental Management)
 f.    Approve the award of Bid Number 5761-04, GovernmentCenter Level One Treasurer’s Processing                8
       Area InteriorRemodel, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of
       the required bonds and insurance. Staffrecommends award to MC Mojave Construction. (Treasurer
       and Real Property Management)

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

 a.    Note for the record the following Town Advisory Board (TAB) and Citizens Advisory Council (CAC)           9
       Minutes:

      Sandy Valley Citizens Advisory Council September 14, 2004
                                                    —


      Searchlight Town Advisory Board September 14, 2004
                                            —


      Sandy Valley Citizens Advisory Council September 28, 2004
                                                    —


      Bunkerville Town Advisory Board September 30, 2004
                                            —


      Lone Mountain Citizens Advisory Council October 12, 2004
                                                        —


      Lower Kyle Canyon Citizens Advisory Council October 12, 2004
                                                            —


      Sandy Valley Citizens Advisory Council October 12, 2004
                                                    —


      Spring Valley Town Advisory Board October 12, 2004
                                                —


      Enterprise Town Advisory Board October 13, 2004
                                        —


      Moapa Valley Town Advisory Board October 13, 2004
                                                —


      Moapa Town Advisory Board October 14, 2004
                                    —




        Business License

a.    Approve a 45-day extension of a temporary Auctioneer License to expire October 26, 2004, for              10
      Mario F. Trabado dba Clark County Public Auction to allow Mario F. Trabado to continue in business
      as an Auctioneer from 4560 Werdco Court, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Cheyenne Avenue/Lamb Boulevard)

b.    Approve a 45-day extension of a temporary Auction Permit License to expire October 26, 2004, for
      Mario F. Trabado dba Clark County Public Auction to allow Mario F. Trabado to continue in business
      as an Auctioneer from 4560 Werdco Court, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Cheyenne Avenue/Lamb Boulevard)

c.    Approve the issuance of a Family Care Home License to Lana Rifkin dba Mommy Day Care for the              12
      purpose ofallowing her to care for children at 9762 Silver Dusk Court, Las Vegas, Nevada.
      (Silverado Ranch Boulevard! Eastern Avenue)

d.    Approve a request to change the location of an existing Class II Secondhand Dealer License for Lynn      13
      M. McCarthy dba Lynn’s World OfHome Furnishings for the purpose of selling home furniture from
      6330 South Pecos Road, Suite #104, Las Vegas, Nevada. The business was previously located at 2250
      East Tropicana Avenue, Suite #11, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Sunset Road/Pecos Road)

e.    Approve a request to change the location of an existing Class II Secondhand Dealer License for A Lift    14
      Up. Org, Frank Petrasek (Owner 40%); Charlene F. Melton (Owner 20%); Pamela D. Petrasek (Owner
      20%); and Mary D. McGarry (Owner 20%) dba A Lift Up Thrift & Variety Shoppe for the purpose of
      selling used merchandise from 3310 South Nellis Boulevard, Suite #28, Las Vegas, Nevada. The
      business previously operated from Suite #25 at the same business address. The business will now
      operate from Suites #27 thru #31. (South Nellis Boulevard/Desert Inn Road)
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 f.    Approve the issuance of a Class IV Secondhand Dealer License to Alireza Barghisavar (Owner 75%)         15
       and Farshid Barghisavar (Owner 25%) dba Auto Max for the purpose of selling used motor vehicles
       from 5525 West Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Charleston Boulevard/Lindell Road)

 g.    Approve the issuance of a Class IV Secondhand Dealer License to Royal Pacific Coach, LLC,               16
       Leslie Swain (Owner) for the purpose of selling used motor vehicles from 4080 East Desert Inn Road,
       Las Vegas, Nevada. (Desert Inn Road/BoulderHighway)

 h.    Approve the issuance of a Class IV Secondhand Dealer License to Reggie’s Motor Cars, Inc.,              17
       Allen Pope (Owner 50%) and Verdell Pope (Owner 50%) for the purpose of selling used motor
       vehicles from 4140 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Desert Jim Road!Boulder Highway)

i.    Approve the issuance ofa Class IV Secondhand Dealer License to Sheldon S. Welch dba Sheldon’s            18
      Cars You Can Own for the purpose of selling used motor vehicles from 4465 North Las Vegas
      Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Craig RoadlLas Vegas Boulevard North)

j.    Approve the issuance of a Locksmith Service License to Alamo Lock and Key LLC, Michael King              19
      (Owner 50%) and J0 Ann King (Owner 50%) for the purpose of conducting a mobile locksmith
      business from 1625 Paradise ReefAvenue, North Las Vegas, Nevada. (Hammer Lane/Seawater Way)

        Parks & Community Services

a.    Approve and authorize the County Manager to sign the Memorandum of Understanding between                20
      Clark County and Clark County School District to develop park and recreation facilities on School
      District property adjacent to Brookman Elementary School.

b.    Approve and authorize the County Manager to sign the Memorandum of Understanding between                21
      Clark County and Clark County School District to develop park and recreation facilities on School
      District property adjacent to Rundle Elementary School.

c.    Accept the grant awardfrom the State of Nevada Department of Human Resources Community                  22
      Connection to the Department of Parks and Community Services, in the amount of $18,659 for the
      “Doctor for a Day” program, effective July 1, 2004, through June 30, 2005.

d.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and the          23
      Clark County School District for the implementation of School Peer Mediation Programs during the
      2004/2005 school year.

e.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between Clark County           24
      and Family Development Foundation, a non-profit 501-C-3 corporation, for the implementation of
      School Peer Mediation Programs in six elementary schools, six middle schools, three Boys and Girls’
      Clubs and the Agassi Preparatory Academy during the 2004/2005 school year; accept funds resulting
      from that agreement; and authorize the creation of one grant Mediation Specialist.position (Schedule
      28) and two part-time Program Assistant positions for the Peer Mediation Program.

        Aviation

a.    Approve the completion of contract 2187-1 between Clark County and Las Vegas Paving Corporation         25
      (Bryan Pringle, Project Manager) for the Ramp Improvements at North Las Vegas Airport.
                                                                                                          APPROVED
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b.     Approve the completion ofcontract 2176 between Clark County and West Coast Contractors ofNV               26
       Inc. (Mario Ramirez, President) for the A/B window wall replacement at McCarran International
       Airport.                                                                                               APPROVED
 c.    Approve and authorize the Director ofAviation to sign a contract between Clark County and ProTek          27
       Electric (DevonWeaver, President) to perform electrical work on an on-call basis at McCarran
       International Airport and other Clark County-owned general aviation facilities, contingent upon the    APPROVED
       contractor providing both a labor and material bond and a performance bond as required by the
       contract documents.

d.    Approve and authorize the Director ofAviation to sign a technical services contract (2 180-2 MT)      28
      between Clark County and Terracon Consultants, Inc. (Andrew E. Bowman, Regional Manager) for
      material testing services associated with the upgrade of the I{VAC System and Building Rehabilitati~ppROVED
      at the “A” and “B” Concourses at McCarran International Airport.

e.    Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the lease and operating agreement between           29
      Clark County and Leonard’s Airport Café (David M. Rosinsky, Owner) to operate a full service
      restaurant and catering business at North Las Vegas Airport.                                            APPROVED
f.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign an easement for utility purposes on  30
      County (Airport) owned property on APNs 162-35-513-001 and 162-35-512-004 located south of
      Russell Road, west of EasternAvenue, north of Patrick Lane and east of Spencer Street.             APPROVED
g.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign an access to equipment agreement  31
      for utility purposes on County (Airport) owned property on APN 191-02-201-003 located at
      Henderson Executive Airport.                                                                   APPROVED
h.    Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the consent to assignment of the outdoor      32
      advertising agreement between Clark County and TYOH Advertising, Inc. (Susan Fleitz, Senior Vice
      President) to MGM Mirage Advertising, Inc. (Susan Fleitz, Senior Vice President) for the purpose of
      providing two (2) outdoor advertising signs at McCarran International Airport.                   APPROVED
        Public Works

a.    Approve and authorize the appraisal and acquisition by negotiation or dedication of Assessor’s Parcel     33
      No. 176-03-801-006 (Chianti) needed as right-of-way for the construction on Rainbow Boulevard,
      from Blue Diamond Road to the Southern Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway; appoint
      Matthew Lubawy, MAT, as the appraiser; and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign
      future escrow instructions and related documents to complete the acquisition process.

b.    Authorize the appraisal ofportions of Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 162-16-202-005 (Venetian Casino              34
      Resort, LLC), 162-16-21 1-002 (Lido Casino Resort, LLC), and 162-16-202-004 (County of Clark), for
      the purpose ofestablishing market value for a possible land exchange; and appoint GaryKent, Inc., to
      appraise and fix the value.

c.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the                35
      professional engineering services contract between Clark County and Carter and Burgess, Inc.
      (Craig Swengle, P.E., Associate), for additional design engineering services for the Wetlands Park
      Sunrise Mountain Trailhead.
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     d.    Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the                 36
           engineering services contract between Clark County and HDR Engineering, Inc. (Lolene Teny, P.E.),
           for additional design engineering services for the extension of Sunset Road, from Decatur Boulevard
           to Valley View Boulevard.

 e.        Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the                 37
           professional construction administration services contract between Clark County and VTN Nevada
           (Ken Gilbreth, P.E.), for the Southern Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway, Section 7A-B,
           from Buffalo Drive to Decatur Boulevard.

 f.        Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign a surveying services contract             38
           between Clark County and RBF Consulting, Inc. (Mark Johnson, P.E., Vice President), for
           construction surveying of the Indian Springs Detention Basin (Bid No. 5719-04).

 g.       Approve and authorize the County Manager or his designee to sign an engineering services contract           39
          between Clark County and TJ Krob Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KenMeechudhone, Executive Vice
          President), for engineering services to provide design plans for the County’s streetlight modernization
          program.

h.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the interlocal contract between           40
          Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District, for design, right-of-way, and environmental
          mitigation for Duck Creek, from Eldorado Lane to Spencer Street.

i.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 6 to the interlocal contract between           41
          Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District, for design, right-of-way, and environmental
          mitigation for Indian Springs Flood Control Improvements.

j.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 23 to the interlocal contract between          42
          Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District, for the Army Corps of Engineers Tropicana
          and Flamingo Washes.

k.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the interlocal contract between Clark County and the            43
          Regional Flood Control District, for design, right-of-way, and environmental mitigation for the F4
          Patrick Lane/Fort Apache Road Lateral.

1.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the interlocal contract between           44
          Clark County and the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, for extension of the
          project completion date for the Section 106 Study for the Bureau of Land Management Disposal
          Boundary.

m.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 3 to the interlocal contract between           45
          Clark County and the Regional Transportation Commission ofSouthern Nevada, for construction and
          construction engineering for Bermuda Road, from Silverado Ranch Boulevard to Warm Springs Road.

n.        Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and the             46
          Regional Transportation Commission ofSouthern Nevada, for construction for Interstate 15 Blue—


          Diamond Road/V~TindmillLane Interchange.
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 o.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and the             47
      Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, for design, right-of-way, construction, and
      construction engineering for Silverado Ranch Boulevard, from Jones Boulevard to Las Vegas
      Boulevard.

 p.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and the             48
      Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, for construction of sound walls at Interstate
      515, from Sahara Avenue to Charleston Boulevard.

 q.   Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract among Clark County, the Regional         49
      Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, and City of Las Vegas, for design and right-of-way
      engineering for Bus Turnout Project Fiscal Year 2005.

r.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the interlocal contract among Clark County, the Regional        50
      Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, and the City of Las Vegas, for design and right-of-
      way for Lamb Boulevard/Charleston Boulevard Traffic Improvements.

s.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Supplemental No. 2 to the interlocal contract among             51
      Clark County, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, and the City of Las Vegas,
      to increase total funding and extend the project completion date for Tenaya Way, from the Beltway to
      Elkhorn Road.

t.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution directing the County Engineer, on          52
      behalf of Clark County, to perform design, right-of-way, construction, and construction engineering of
      improvements for Industrial Road, from Irvin Street to Silverado Ranch Boulevard.

u.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Board of County Commissioners to sign a resolution in support of        53
      the Nevada Department ofTransportation’s proposed construction of the Central Mesquite Overpass
      (Grapevine Road) over Interstate 15.

        Development Services

a.    Accept those rights-of-way and easements offered in conjunction with developments for portions of         54
      the following: Montessoun Street, Belcastro Avenue, Tenaya Way, Patrick Lane, Durango Drive,
      Rhodes Ranch Parcel 11, Buffalo Drive, Sunset Road, Jones Boulevard, Rainbow Boulevard, Post
      Road, Harmon Avenue, Industrial Road, Kevin Way, and Centennial Parkway.

b.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a Revocable License and Maintenance Agreement                  55
      between Clark County and G. Gordi, LLC, permitting the construction and maintenance ofNon-
      Standard Improvements (Landscaping and Irrigation System) within the County’s rights-of-way along
      Tropicana Avenue and Paradise Road.

        Real Property Management

a.    Authorize the termination for convenience, effective December 4, 2004, of the contract with C. B.         56
      Richard Ellis, Inc., for property management services for the County-owned Clark Place building
      located at 301 Clark Avenue.
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     b.    Approve the additional tenant improvements of electrical circuits and revamping of a sprinkler system     57
           for the leased warehouse building located at the Las Vegas Speedway, which is occupied by the
           Clark County Fire Department’s Nevada Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1.

             Budget & Finance

     a.    In accordance with NRS 244.2 10 and 354.220 through 3 54.250, approve, adopt, and authorize the           58
           Chairman to sign a resolution to authorize refunds as shown on Exhibit “A.” (See Attached)

 b.        Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide County grant funds in the      59
           amount of $87,500 ‘to Aid for AIDS ofNevada (AFAN) to pay operating costs for the provision of
           social services.

 c.        Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide County grant funds in the      60
           amount of $45,000 to Clark County Legal Services to pay operating costs ofproviding legal services
           to low-income residents as part ofits Clark County Pro Bono Project.

 d.       Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the resolution to provide County grant funds in         61
          the amount of$100,000 to the Clark County Public Education Foundation to pay operating costs for
          its “Clark County READS” literacy book drive for children.

 e.       Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide future private donated         62
          funds from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in the amount of $50,000 contingent upon receipt by
          Clark County, to Nevada Health Centers to support enhanced medical services at the Cambridge
          Family Health Center.

 f.       Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide County grant funds in the      63
          amount of $20,000 to Southern Nevada Public Television to pay the program operating costs for the
          Ready to Learn Program.

 g.       Approve, adopt and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide $24,000 in Fiscal Year          64
          2004 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant funds to Nevada Child Seekers for the Child Abduction
          Awareness and Education Program.

h.        Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution to provide $13,000 in Fiscal Year         65
          2004 Local Law EnforcementBlock Grant funds to the Best Coalition, Incorporated for the Zero
          Weapons Zero Violence (Z-Squared) Program.

i.        Reprogram a total of $294,830.62 in previously allocated HOME Investment Partnerships (“HOME”)            66
          Programmonies to the Clark County Contingency Fund. The following projects have been cancelled
          or discontinued: Clark County Housing Rehabilitation Program ($51,138.62); Silver Sage Manor’s
          Wind River Senior Apartments ($208,692); and Economic Opportunity Board’s CHDO Operating
          ($35,000).

j.        Approve the reprogramming of $650,000 in HOME funds from the Clark County Contingency fund to             67
          Nevada HAND’s Harrison Pines Senior Apartments; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman
          to sign an amendment to the March 4, 2003, resolution to grant HOME Investment Partnerships
          (“HOME”) monies to Nevada HAND to support the development of Harrison Pines Senior
          Apartments, a 90-unit affordable senior rental housing development located at 5045 Harrison Drive in
          unincorporated Clark County, setting a cap of $1,150,000 in federal HOME, State of Nevada HOME,
          and/or Low Income Housing Trust Fund monies.
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 k.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment to the interlocal contract to provide          68
       $173,070 in reprogrammed Fiscal Year 2003/2004 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
       funds and $221,700 in Fiscal Year 2004/2005 CDBG funds to the City ofMesquite for program
       services.

 1.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract to provide $1,108,500 in Fiscal      69
       Years 2005-2009 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Capital funds to the City of
       Mesquite for program services.

 m.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal contract to grant Fiscal Years 2005-2009      70
       Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Capital and Fiscal Year 2004/2005 CDBG Capital
       and Public Service funds in the amount of $1,146,700 to the City ofBoulder City for program
       services.

 n.    Approve and authorize the Court Administrator for the Eighth Judicial District Court and the Chief     71
       Financial Officer to sign an agreement which will provide $179,000 in Fiscal Year 2004 Local Law
       Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) funds to the Eighth Judicial District Court to pay operating cost
       for the Drug Court Program.

 o.   Approve and authorize the Assistant District Attorney and the Chief Financial Officer to sign a         72
      Memorandum of Understanding which will provide $75,000 in Fiscal Year 2004 Local Law
      Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) funds to the District Attorney’s Office to pay operating costs for
      the Criminal Court Exhibit Preparation Unit.

p.    Approve and authorize the Director ofthe Parks and Community Services Department and the Chief          73
      Financial Officer to sign a Memorandum ofUnderstanding to provide Fiscal Year 2003-2004
      Economic Development Initiative (EDT) funds in the amount of $894,150 to the Parks and Community
      Services Department to pay for Architectural Design and Construction costs for the Dr. William U.
      Pearson Community Center.

q.    Approve and authorize the Director ofthe Parks and Community Services Department and the Chief          74
      Financial Officer to sign a Memorandum ofUnderstanding to provide Fiscal Year 2005-2009
      Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in the amount of $7,000,000 and 2004/2005
      CDBG funds in the amount of $467,599 to the Parks and Community Services Department to pay for
      Architectural Design and Construction costs for the Dr. William U. Pearson Community Center and
      Park.

r.    Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Juvenile Justice Services and the Chief        75
      Financial Officer to sign a Memorandum of Understanding which will provide $30,000 in FY 2004
      Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) funds to the Department of Juvenile Justice Services
      to pay operating costs for the Southern Nevada Gang Task Force Gang Intervention Program.

s.    Approve and authorize the Director of the Department of Juvenile Justice Services and the Chief        76
      Financial Officer to sign a Memorandum of Understanding which will provide $72,000 in Fiscal Year
      2004 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG) funds to the Department ofJuvenile Justice
      Services to pay operating costs for the Juvenile Sex Offenders Program.

t.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement to provide County grant funds in    77
      the amount of $50,000 to the Valley High School to pay for the Dropout Prevention Program.
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 u.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the            78
       University of Nevada Reno (UNR) to utilize Fiscal Year 2003/2004 Department of Labor Grant funds
       in the amount of $24,837.50 for the Careers in Construction for Youth and Young Adults Program.

 v.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement to provide County grant funds in        79
       the amount of $40,000 to the State of Nevada, Department of Cultural Affairs, to pay for the design
       and developmentof the Sarah Winnemucca Statue.

 w.   Approve the reallocation of $30,000 of County Capital Projects Fund (437) appropriations to fund            80
      Countywide capital improvement projects.

 x.   Authorize the submission of the quarterly economic condition report to the State ofNevada                   81
      Department ofTaxation pursuant to NRS 354.6015 and NAC 354.559.

        University Medical Center of Southern Nevada
        (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the UMC HospitalBoard ofTrustees)

 a.   Approve Amendment 001 to the Managed Care Agreement between University Medical Center of                    82
      Southern Nevada (UMC) and Aetna Health, Inc. An Arizona Corporation (Aetna) to establish a new
      compensation schedule for hospital and Urgent Care charges; and authorize the Chief Executive
      Officer to sign the amendment.

b.    Approve Amendment No. 4, and exercise the fourth of four one-year renewals to the contract with            83
      Health Plan ofNevada, Inc., for Health Care Services through its Health Maintenance Organization;
      and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to sign the amendment.

c.    Approve additional funding for the Agreement for Direct Patient Care between Cardiovascular                84
      Anesthesia Consultants and University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) for cardiovascular
      anesthesia services.

d.    Approve the expenditure of funds for continued temporary employment of healthcare professionals for        85
      University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC).

e.    Approve an option to renew an Advocacy and Consultant Agreement between UMC and Gregory and                86
      Associates for a one-year period ending October 31, 2005.

        General Administration

a.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the correction of the 2001-2002 through 2004-2005               87
      Secured and the 1992-1993, 2002-2003 through 2004-2005 Unsecured Assessment Rolls AR-i 103-
      04-21, and order the corrections to be made. (See Attached)

b.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a resolution directing the Assessor to publish, in a    88
      newspaper of general circulation, the 2005-2006 Secured Tax AssessmentRoll.

c.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the            89
      Clark County Water Reclamation District for consolidation of supervisory responsibility over the
      Clark County Water Reclamation District.
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 d.    Accept the donation from Sam’s Club to the Clark County Fire Department in the amount of $4,750             90
       for Fire Stations 16 and 22.

 e.    Ratify the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Grants in the amounts of $12,000 and                  91
       $6,000 to provide funding for deployment of Nevada Task Force I (NV TF-1) Program Manager in
       support ofFEMA emergency response operations effective September 1, 2004, through August 31,
       2009; and accept any funds awarded.

 f.   Ratify the grant application submitted by the Clark County Fire Department to the Department ofthe           92
      Interior, Bureau of Land Management in the amount of $75,000 for the purchase of equipment for the
      County Volunteer Fire Departments effective through December 31, 2004; and accept any funds
      awarded.

 g.   Accept the application ofNevada Power Company for renewal of its Electrical System Franchise to              93
      install, operate and maintain electric light, heat and power lines in unincorporated Clark County; cause
      public notice of the application to be given pursuant to NRS 709.070; and set a public hearing to
      consider awarding a franchise for January 18, 2005, at 10 a.m. following the public notice period.

h.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment to the interlocal agreement among                    94
      Clark County, the Clark County Water Reclamation District, the University Medical Center of
      Southern Nevada, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, the Las Vegas Valley Water
      District, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the Regional Transportation
      Commission of Southern Nevada adopting an amended Self-Funded Health Benefits Program,
      effective January 1, 2005.

i.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an amendment to the interlocal agreement among                   95
      Clark County, the Clark County Water Reclamation District, the University Medical Center of
      Southern Nevada, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, the Las Vegas Valley Water
      District, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the Regional Transportation
      Commission of Southern Nevada establishing new rates for the Self-Funded Health Benefits Program,
      effective January 1, 2005.

j.    Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the grant agreement between the Annie E. Casey                   96
      Foundation (AECF) and the Department of Juvenile Justice Services (DJJS) for the amount of
      $100,000 to implement the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) to improve the juvenile
      justice system in Clark County; and authorize the creation of one (1) limited-permanent (grant) Senor
      Management Analyst (Schedule 30) position, the term of the grant to begin July 1, 2004, through June
      30, 2005.



                                          END OF CONSENT AGENDA


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

a.        Discuss good news in Clark County.                                                                      97


SEC. 4.          ITEMS TAKEN SEPARATELYFROM CONSENT AGENDA
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                                                                                                                                     Item No.

 SEC. 5.             PUBLIC HEARINGS -10 A.M.

 a.    Pursuant to NRS 277.050, conduct a public hearing concerning the sale of APNs 162-22-306-004,                                     98
       162-22-306-005, 162-22-306-006, 162-22-306-007, 162-22-308-004, 162-22-308-005, 162-22-308-
       006, and 162-22-308-007 to the University and Community College System of Nevada on behalfof                                APPROV~D
       the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV); approve said sale; authorize the Chairman to execute
       and deliver a deed upon performance and compliance with all terms and conditions of the Resolution
       of Intent to Sell Real Property to UNLV; and authorize the Director of Aviation, or his designee, to
       sign escrow instructions and related ministerial documents necessary to finalize the sale.

 b.    Conduct a public hearing; and approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign an ordinance to                                  99
       amend Title 14, Chapter 14.10, Section 14.10.010 of the Clark County Code to increase the size of
       signs permitted on motor vehicles in a public right-of-way; and providing for other matters properly
       relating thereto.

 c.    Conduct a public hearing to review and accept a request by Adat Ari El to reserve a parcel ofBLM                                100
       land, identified with APN 176-10-502-008, through the local Joint Selection Process for the purpose of
       constructing a house of worship.




                                               END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS



SEC. 6.           BUSINESS ITEMS

          Real Property Management

a.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution to Declare as Surplus the following                            101
      two Western Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway parcels: Assessor’s Parcel Number 125-20-
      401-003 (+1- 1.82 acres) located at the Northeast corner ofthe Dapple Gray alignment and Darling
      Road, and Assessor’s Parcel Number 125-20-401-005          1.31 acres) located at the Northwest corner
                                                                    (+/-


      of the Campbell Road alignment and Darling Road; and authorize the Clark County Planning
      Commission to consider and make recommendation whether there is a present or future need for the
      properties or whether the properties should be reconveyed to the prior owners.


          Aviation

a.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign a Resolution of Intent to Lease Additional Airport                  102
      Land; and direct Department of Aviation (DOA) staff on the issue of whether DOA they staff shouldto
      proceeding with a Request for Proposal (RFP) process or negotiating a lease, with GES Exposition
      Services, Inc. to lease, for approximately 31.25 gross acres of additional Airport land located near the
      northwest corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sunset Road (“Premises”) or negotiate directly with
      GES Exposition Services, Inc. for a lease.                                  Board directed staffto proceed with the RFP process and
                                                                                          return to the board January 3; ifonly one respondent to the
                                                                                          RFP process, return to the board before that time.
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                                                                                                          Item No.

        Budget & Finance

a.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the ordinances authorizing the issuance by the     103
      County of its “Clark County, Nevada, General Obligation (Limited Tax) Transportation Refunding
      Bonds (Additionally Secured by Pledged Revenues), Series 2004A; Clark County, Nevada General
      Obligation (Limited Tax) Transportation Refunding Bonds (Additionally Secured by Pledged
      Revenues), Series 2004B; and Clark County, Nevada General Obligation (Limited Tax) Park,
      Regional Justice Center & Public Safety Refunding Bonds (Additionally Secured by Pledged
      Revenues) Series 2004C, as if an emergency exists.

b.    Approve, adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the ordinance authorizing the issuance by the     104
      County of its “Clark County, Nevada, Sales Tax Revenue (Transit Projects) Commercial Paper Notes,
      Series A and Series B, in the combined maximum principal amount of $200,000,000.00,” as if an
      emergency exists.


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

a.   Enter into an Affiliation Agreement between University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC)        105
     and the Nevada Cancer Institute for joint medical research regarding cancer prevention, care and
     treatment; and authorize the Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer to sign the agreement.




                                       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. 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 wishes to extend the length of a presentation,
this will be done by the Chair, or the Board by majority vote.

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




                                     ZONING AND SUBDIVISIONS

              11 a.m.           Wednesday, November 3, 2004                    Separate Agenda
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                                                                       Item No.




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 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 NOVEMBER 3, 2004, AT 7:30 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. 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.

				
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