04-20-17 Agenda with Supporting Materials

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CARSON CITY CONSOLIDATED MUNICIPALITY
NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
AND LIQUOR AND ENTERTAINMENT BOARD
AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

Day:           Thursday
Date:          April 20, 2017
Time:         Beginning at 8:30 am
Location: Community Center, Sierra Room
                 851 East William Street
                 Carson City, Nevada

AGENDA

1.    Call to Order - Board of Supervisors

2.    Roll Call


3.    Invocation - Bill McCord, First United Methodist, Retired

4.    Pledge of Allegiance

5.    Public Comment:**
The public is invited at this time to comment on and discuss any topic that is relevant to, or within the authority of this public body.

6.    For Possible Action:  Approval of Minutes - March 16, 2017
 
7.    For Possible Action:  Adoption of Agenda

8.    Special Presentations


 8.A   Presentation and signing ceremony for Purple Heart City Proclamation. (Andy LePeilbet)
 
 8.B   Presentation of a proclamation for the 1st Annual Shine Blue Lights Tribute and Remembrance for Sheriff's Deputies and all other Peace Officers serving Carson City.

 8.C   Presentation of Length of Service certificates to City employees.  (Melanie Bruketta, mbruketta@carson.org)  

Staff Summary:  Each month the Board of Supervisors presents Length of Service certificates to employees who have completed 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of City service. 

Consent Agenda

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All matters listed under the consent agenda are considered routine and may be acted upon by the Board of Supervisors with one action and without an extensive hearing.  Any member of the Board may request that an item be taken from the consent agenda, discussed and acted upon separately during this meeting.  The Mayor, or the Mayor Pro-Tem, retains discretion in deciding whether or not an item will be pulled off the consent agenda.
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9.    City Manager

 9.A   For Possible Action: To ratify the approval of bills and other requests for payments by the City Manager for the period of March 4, 2017 thru April 7, 2017.  (Nick Marano, nmarano@carson.org)

Staff Summary:  All bills or other requests for payment verified per CCMC 2.29 shall be presented by the Controller, together with the register book of demands and warrants to the City Manager who shall audit the same, and if found authorized, correct and legal, shall signify by his signature, as agent for the board, upon the register book of demands and warrants those demands which are approved or disapproved by him.  Upon approval, the warrants, as prepared aforesaid, shall issue.  The City Manager shall then cause the register book of bills and other requests for payment and warrants to be presented at least once a month to the board of supervisors, who shall by motion entered into its minutes, ratify the action taken on the bills or other requests for payment.

10.    Finance

 10.A   For Possible Action: To accept the report on the condition of each fund in the treasury and the statements of receipts and expenditures through April 7, 2017 per NRS 251.030 and NRS 354.290. (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org) 

Staff Summary:  NRS 251.030 requires the Chief Financial Officer (for the purpose of the statute acting as the County Auditor) to report to the Board of County Commissioners (or in our case the Board of Supervisors), at each regular meeting thereof, the condition of each fund in the treasury. NRS 354.290 requires the County Auditor to report to the Board of Supervisors a statement of revenues and expenditures based on the accounts and funds as were used in the budget.  A more detailed accounting is available on the City’s website – www.carson.org.
   
11.    Health and Human Services

 11.A   For Possible Action: To approve Carson City Health and Human Services accepting Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) Gap Agreement in an amount not to exceed $66,300.  This agreement reimburses Safe Routes to School program costs from October 2016 through April 30, 2017.   (Nicki Aaker, naaker@carson.org)

Staff Summary: This funding reimburses the Safe Routes to School program costs incurred from October 2016 through April 30, 2017 under Article I - Purpose of Agreement.  Article IV - Performance states that the term of the Agreement shall be from October 1, 2016 and shall run through and including June 30, 2017.   To explain the difference in dates under Article I and Article IV, NDOT always provides more time for the term of the agreement in order to allow time for agencies to submit for reimbursements and the processing of the reimbursement. CCHHS staff has been in conversation with NDOT concerning this agreement since August 31, 2016.   
 
12.    Public Works

 12.A   For Possible Action:  To authorize Public Works to work with Cashman Equipment Company to perform a Caterpillar Certified Powertrain Plus Rebuild of the Caterpillar Landfill Compactor, for an amount not to exceed $400,246, to be funded from the Capital Projects Fund, Landfill Equipment Account.  (Zach Good, zgood@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The Caterpillar Compactor 826H is used at the Landfill to move and compact trash in an effort to maximize the life of the Landfill.  The compactor was purchased in 2006, has approximately 14,000 hours of use, and needs to be rebuilt.  A factory certified rebuild is approximately half the cost of a new compactor.  The certified rebuild dealer, Cashman Equipment Company, is the only company in Nevada, excluding White Pine County, that can rebuild CAT equipment and provide a CAT certified rebuild piece of equipment.   

13.    Purchasing and Contracts

 13.A   For Possible Action: To extend Contract #1516-134 to March 18, 2018 and continue engagement of professional services from Edmond "Buddy" Miller, Attorney at Law, regarding the Empire Ranch Golf Course, LLC, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case and to increase the previously authorized amount from $75,000 to $125,000. (Laura Rader, lrader@carson.org and Jason Woodbury, jwoodbury@carson.org)

Staff Summary:  Mr. Miller is a Nevada licensed attorney with a practice focused primarily on the representation of creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.  In July 2015, Mr. Miller was engaged through the District Attorney's office to represent the interests of Carson City in the Empire Ranch Golf Course, LLC, bankruptcy proceedings.  The bankruptcy proceeding is still pending, and it is the recommendation of the District Attorney's office to continue the engagement of Mr. Miller to protect the legal interests of Carson City.  

(End of Consent Agenda)

14.    Recess as the Board of Supervisors

Liquor and Entertainment Board

15.    Call to Order & Roll Call - Liquor and Entertainment Board

16.    Public Comment:**

The public is invited at this time to comment on and discuss any topic that is relevant to, or within the authority of this public body.

17.    For Possible Action:  Approval of Minutes - March 16, 2017

18.    Community Development - Business License


 18.A   For Possible Action:  To approve David Stern as the liquor manager for Battle Born Restaurant Group LLC dba Battle Born Social (Liquor License #17-31787) located at 318 N. Carson St. (Lena Reseck, lreseck@carson.org)

Staff Summary:  All liquor license requests are to be reviewed by the Liquor and Entertainment Board per CCMC 4.13.  Battle Born Restaurant Group LLC dba Battle Born Social is applying for an on-premise and packaged liquor license.  The applicant has met the requirements per CCMC 4.13.125 and staff is recommending approval. 

19.    Public Comment:**
The public is invited at this time to comment on any matter that is not specifically included on the agenda as an action item.  No action may be taken on a matter raised under this item of the agenda.

20.    For Possible Action:  To Adjourn as the Liquor and Entertainment Board

21.    Reconvene as the Board of Supervisors

Ordinances, Resolutions, and Other Items

22.    Any item(s) pulled from the Consent Agenda will be heard at this time.

23.    Purchasing and Contracts


 23.A   For Possible Action:  To determine that Peek Brothers Construction, Inc. is the lowest responsive bidder pursuant to NRS Chapter 338 and to award Contract No. 1617-119 N. Nevada St. & N. Division St. Sewer & Water Main Replacement Project to Peek Brothers Construction, Inc. for a bid amount of $1,998,136.00, plus a contingency amount of $199,813.00, for a total not to exceed amount of $2,197,949.00 to be funded from the Sewer Replacement/Rehabilitation Account as provided in fiscal year 16/17. (Laura Rader, LRader@carson.org and Darren Schulz, DSchulz@carson.org)

Staff Summary: Carson City received sealed bids for all labor, material, tools, and equipment necessary for the N. Nevada St. & N. Division St. Sewer & Water Main Replacement Project. The project consists of replacing existing sewer mains along Nevada between Fleischmann and Winnie, along Division between Long and Winnie, and the adjoining streets of Adeline, Bath and Meyer. The project also includes relocating water mains to facilitate sewer alignment as well as asphalt patching, roadway reconstruction, slurry sealing, and concrete flatwork in locations affected by the replacement of the sewer and relocation of water mains.

24.    Health and Human Services

 24.A   For Possible Action: To adopt Bill No. 106, on second reading, an ordinance amending Title 7, Animals, Chapter 7.13, Licensing and regulations, to better clarify the dangerous and vicious dog procedures, and making other conforming changes. (Iris Yowell, iyowell@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The ordinance proposes to amend sections of the Code as follows: SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES: Section 7.13.010, to define when a dog has been subject to "provocation," and to clarify that "substantial bodily harm" has the same meaning as set forth in Nevada Revised Statutes Section 0.060, which defines "substantial bodily harm" to mean: [a] Bodily injury which creates a substantial risk of death or which causes serious, permanent disfigurement or protracted loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ; or [b] Prolonged physical pain; 7.13.010(9), to add electronic or invisible fence into this section. Section 7.13.020, to provide that for Carson City Animal Services (or an organization contracted by the city to perform Animal Services (hereinafter, "Animal Services")) after a court of competent jurisdiction orders this to occur.  Section 7.13.060 (along with Sections 7.13.020, 7.13.100 and 7.13.105), to require that, in the event that a dog bites a person, the protocol for quarantining the dog that is set forth in section 441A.425 of the Nevada Administrative Code must be observed. Section 7.13.070, to allow Animal Services to waive certain fees for good cause shown; to require microchipping of a dog or cat impounded on first offense prior to release.  Section 7.13.080, to emphasize that a person who owns a dog, or has the care, custody or control of a dog, has several duties, including the duty to restrain the dog. Section 7.13.090, to clarify that a dead animal is not "abandoned" on public or private property if the animal is buried on the private property of the owner of the animal or on other property designated for the burial of animals.  Section 7.13.100, to make the following changes with respect to dangerous and vicious dogs: [a] Include the concept of menacing or harm (death or substantial bodily harm) to other domestic animals, not just human beings, as regards a dog being found to be dangerous or vicious; [b] Allow a law enforcement agency to declare a dog to be dangerous if it is used in the commission of a crime; [c] Require an Animal Services officer, upon receiving information from a health care professional or a law enforcement officer that a dog, without provocation, has bitten a person or caused substantial bodily harm to a person while the person is in the dog's own home, to petition a justice of the peace or a court of competent jurisdiction for a hearing to make a finding as to whether the dog is dangerous or vicious; [d] Require that the declaration or finding that a dog is dangerous or vicious be communicated to Animal Services and retained by Animal Services for not less than five (5) years; [e] State the bases on which a dog may not be found dangerous or vicious; [f] Prohibit a person from failing to surrender a vicious dog to Animal Services within three (3) days of receiving actual notice that the dog is vicious; [g] Provide that the owner or keeper of a vicious dog which attacks in a manner resulting in substantial bodily harm is guilty of a category D felony, or a judge may order that the dog be humanely destroyed, or both; and [h] Exclude dogs used by law enforcement agencies from being found to be dangerous or vicious.  Section 7.13.105, to provide an owner of a dog found to be dangerous or vicious with the opportunity to appeal that finding to district court, and to provide that a dog found to be vicious must be relinquished to Animal Services until conclusion of the appeal.  Section 7.13.120, to clarify that a dog may be ordered humanely destroyed by a judge if the judge finds that the dog poses a threat to public safety because the dog is vicious.  NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES: Section 7.13.030, to make technical changes.  Section 7.13.050, to make technical changes.  Section 7.13.110, to make technical changes. 

25.    Public Works

 25.A   For Possible Action:  To adopt the budget report from the Chair of the Utility Finance Oversight Committee from the March 28, 2017 meeting.  (Ande Engleman, andelee@sbcglobal.net)

Staff Summary:  The Utility Finance Oversight Committee (Committee) met on March 28, 2017 to review tentative FY18 budgets for sewer, water and storm water funds, along with a proposed storm water rate increase and to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors.  The Committee Chair will provide a verbal report related to the tentative budgets.  The report from the Committee Chair on the proposed storm water rate increase will be presented at a future date. 

 25.B   For Possible Action:  Transfer of a Public Health Educator position from the Health Department to a Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator position within Public Works to be effective July 1, 2017.  (Darren Schulz, dschulz@carson.org)

Staff Summary:   The duties being fulfilled by a Public Health Educator in the Health and Human Services Department could be expanded to better serve Carson City by creating a new position in the Public Works Department and transferring a current employee to that new position. There would be no net increase in City staff.

 25.C   For Possible Action:   Action to accept and place on file with the Board of Supervisors a Business Impact Statement which has been prepared in compliance with NRS 237 and finds that the proposed ordinance  amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 11 in order to add Chapter 11.35 regarding encroachment permits for outdoor dining and merchandise display in the public right-of-way in downtown Carson City does not impose a direct and significant economic burden on a business or directly restrict the formation, operations or expansion of a business.  (Danny Rotter, DRotter@carson.org and Stephanie Hicks, SHicks@carson.org) Late Material

Staff Summary:  This ordinance proposes an application fee for the review and processing of an encroachment permit for outdoor dining and merchandise display and imposes certain regulations and measures regarding the operation of outdoor dining and merchandise display within the public right-of-way.   NRS 237.080 requires that the City prepare a Business Impact Statement when a new ordinance is proposed. 
 
 25.D   For Possible Action: To introduce, on first reading, an ordinance amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 11 in order to add Chapter 11.35 regarding encroachment permits for outdoor dining and merchandise display in the Carson City right-of-way in downtown Carson City. (Danny Rotter, DRotter@carson.org and Stephanie Hicks, SHicks@carson.org) 

Staff Summary:  This will be the first reading of an ordinance to incorporate encroachment permits for outdoor dining and merchandise display in the Downtown Mixed-Use District.

26.    Community Development - Planning

 26.A   For Possible Action:  To adopt Bill No. 104, on second reading, an ordinance amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 4, Licenses and Business Regulations, Chapter 13, Liquor Board and Liquor License and Sales, by amending Section 4.13.010, Definitions, to modify existing definitions for “Beer”, “Business License Division”, “Director” and “Wine”, and to add definitions for  “Brew Pub”, “Brewery”, “Craft Distillery”, “Intoxicating Liquor”, “License”, “On Premise” and “Wholesale Dealer”; amending Section 4.13.020, Meetings of Board-Quorum-Voting-Compensation-Chairman-Clerk, to state that the mayor shall serve as the Board chair; amending Section 4.13.030, Powers and Duties of the Board, to allow for the appointment of a Hearings Officer to grant or deny applications and to consider appeals of Hearings Officer decisions; adding Section 4.13.035, Powers and Duties of the Hearings Officer, to set forth duties for the Hearings Officer; amending Section 4.13.040, License Required, to state that failure to obtain a license is a misdemeanor; adding Section 4.13.045, Fees, to identify the right to set certain fees and establish a fee schedule; amending Section 4.13.050, Classes of Licenses–Separate Entity, to add Brew Pub, Brewery and Craft Distillery Liquor Licenses; amending Section 4.13.060, Application for License, to change the application for a license from the Board to the Hearings Officer and to require a sworn affidavit by the Liquor Manager that all employees will complete server training; amending Section 4.13.070, Investigation–Fees, to exempt wholesale dealers from the background investigation requirement and to remove specific fee amounts; amending Section 4.13.080, Investigations–Duties of Sheriff, to change the reporting of background investigations from the Board to the Business License Division; amending Section 4.13.100, License–Procedure, to change the consideration of licenses for approval and denial from the Board to the Hearings Officer and to exempt wholesale dealers from the appearance requirement; adding Section 4.13.102, Appeals, to set forth provisions for the appeal of Hearings Officer Decisions to the Board; amending Section 4.13.105, License–Application Fees, to remove specific fee amounts, to allow for the refund of the application fee in the event of license denial and to allow a 50 percent refund if the applicant doesn't go into business; amending Section 4.13.110, License–Fees, to remove specific fee amounts, to state that license fees will be prorated and to modify provisions for penalties related to non-payment of license fees; amending Section 4.13.115, Death of or Change to Person Listed on a License, to require that an updated application be filed when the liquor manager changes and that a change in liquor manager requires approval by the Hearings Officer; amending Section 4.13.120, License–Transferability, Use and Reactivation, to allow for certain changes to existing licenses, to allow for the serving, sale and dispensing of alcohol in the public right-of-way with an encroachment permit, to allow for reactivation of existing licenses under certain circumstances and to remove specific fee amounts; amending Section 4.13.125, Issuance or Denial of License, to change the granting or denying of licenses from the Board to the Hearings Officer, to state that conditions of approval may include, but not be limited to, the payment of delinquent city fees, fines or taxes prior to the issuance of the license, to add two additional offenses within the last five years which would make a person unsuitable for a liquor license and to allow for proof of an approved payment plan or similar arrangement when a person is in arrears in child support payments; changing Section 4.13.135, Reactivation of Prior Existing License to Section 4.13.135, Enforcement Authority, and to outline various enforcement duties; amending Section 4.13.140, Grounds for Disciplinary Action, to state that grounds for disciplinary action will include the selling or dispensing of liquor not purchased from a state-licensed wholesale dealer pursuant to NRS, to add a provision consistent with NRS that the Board has the power to recommend to the State Department of Taxation suspension or revocation of a license; amending Section 4.13.150, Disciplinary Action Procedure and Penalties, to allow the Sheriff to recommend investigation of the conduct of any licensee, to allow the director to investigate the conduct of any licensee, to change the timeframe in which a penalty may be imposed for criminal citations from six months to 12 months, to reduce the fine for the third offense for criminal citations related to the sale of liquor from $1,500.00 to $1,000.00, to add a provision consistent with NRS that the Board has the right to suspend or revoke summarily any license under certain circumstances and to change the annual activity report due date from December to January; and deleting Section 4.13.210, Possession of Open Liquor and Consumption of Liquor in Public Prohibited. (Susan Pansky, SPansky@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The Board of Supervisors has requested various changes to the Liquor Ordinance, primarily to allow for the review of liquor license applications by a Hearings Officer, to provide a background check and appearance exemptions for wholesale dealers, to allow for the selling, serving and dispensing of alcohol within the public right-of-way adjacent to a business holding a valid liquor license with the approval of an encroachment permit and to remove specific fee amounts from the ordinance in favor of adopting them separately by resolution.

 26.B   For Possible Action: To adopt a Resolution moving specific fee amounts for liquor license fees from the Carson City Municipal Code Title 4, Licenses and Business Regulations, Chapter 13, Liquor Board and Liquor License and Sales, to a separate fee schedule which will be maintained by the Business License Division and which may be amended with approval of the Board of Supervisors. (Susan Pansky, SPansky@carson.org)

Staff Summary: This Resolution is proposed in conjunction with the amendment to the Liquor Ordinance and will remove specific fee amounts from the Liquor Ordinance in favor of adopting them in a separate fee schedule. Adopting fees separately by Resolution will allow for future amendments without amending the Liquor Ordinance. Modifications to existing fee amounts are not proposed.

 26.C   For Possible Action: To approve a Final Subdivision Map known as Arbor Villas Phase 1 from Arbor Villas LLC resulting in the creation of 54 residential lots and common area on property zoned Multi-Family Apartment (MFA), located on the north side of Little Lane, APN 004-021-15, which fully complies with all of the conditions of approval of Tentative Subdivision Map TSM-16-023, pursuant to the requirements of Carson City Municipal Code (FSM-16-101). (Hope Sullivan, hsullivan@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The Board of Supervisors granted approval of a Tentative Subdivision Map for Arbor Villas on June 16, 2016.  Since that time, the applicant has obtained a Site Improvement Permit and begun installation of the infrastructure necessary to serve the proposed lots.  Per Carson City Municipal Code 17.06.005, the Board has the authority to approve a Final Map, and may direct that it be recorded and entered as a legal document in the records of Carson City.
 
 26.D   For Possible Action: To introduce, on first reading, an ordinance amending Title 18, Chapter 18.16, Development Standards, Division 1, Land Use and Site Design, Section 1.17, Multi-Family Apartment Development Standards, and Section 1.18, Residential Development Standards in Non-Residential Districts, to clarify that only multi-family residential development in the Multi-Family Apartment Zoning District or in Non-Residential Zoning Districts is subject to the common open space requirements. (ZCA-17-024) (Hope Sullivan, hsullivan@carson.org) 

Staff Summary: The referenced portions of the Development Standards mandate common open space as a derivate of the number of residential units provided.  The Development Standards, as written, apply this requirement to all residential development including single family residential and duplexes.  The proposed amendment will clarify that the requirement for common open space is only applicable to multi-family residential development. 

 26.E   For Possible Action: To adopt a resolution reporting the City Engineer’s estimated assessment roll for Fiscal Year 2018 identifying the cost to be paid by the Downtown NID (Neighborhood Improvement District) for the purpose of paying for maintenance of the downtown streetscape enhancement project; directing city staff to file the Assessment Roll with the Clerk’s office; fixing the time and place to hear complaints, protests and objections regarding the assessment; and directing city staff to provide notice of the public hearings pursuant to NRS Chapter 271. (Lee Plemel, lplemel@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The Board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance No. 2016-1 establishing the Downtown NID on January 7, 2016, and implemented the first annual assessment for the FY 2016-17 to assist in the cost of sidewalk maintenance. The proposed Resolution initiates the process for implementing the annual assessment for FY 2017-18, as provided in NRS Chapter 271.  
 
27.    Board of Supervisors
Non-Action Items:
Legislative matters - no Board action will be taken - the Mayor may give limited staff direction regarding staff work and/or future agenda item(s).
Future agenda items
Status review of projects
Internal communications and administrative matters
Correspondence to the Board of Supervisors
Status reports and comments from the members of the Board
Staff comments and status report

-- LUNCH BREAK -- RETURN - APPROXIMATE TIME - 1:30 P.M. --

28.    Finance

 28.A   For Possible Action:  Presentation, discussion and possible direction to staff on the proposed Carson City FY 2018 Tentative Budget which includes the General Fund, Enterprise Funds and all other budgeted funds. (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org)    Part 2      Part 3

Staff Summary:  The purpose of this item is to review the proposed FY 2018 Carson City Tentative Budget. 

 28.B   For Possible Action:  Presentation, discussion and possible direction to staff on the proposed Carson City Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2018-2022. (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org)

Staff Summary: This is the annual update of the City's Capital Improvement Program which accompanies the City's annual budget.  Staff will be making recommendations regarding the funding available and the recommended projects to be funded.  
    
 28.C   PUBLIC HEARING:  
Public hearing on the intention of the Board of Supervisors of Carson City, Nevada to act upon a resolution authorizing a medium-term obligation in an amount of up to $3,840,000 for the purpose of financing the cost of acquiring, improving, and equipping vehicles, facilities, information technology, and a communications console system.  (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org) 

Staff Summary:  The City has determined that the medium term obligation for the purpose of financing the cost of acquiring, improving, and equipping vehicles, facilities, information technology, and a communications console system is in the best interests of the City and would best serve the public interest.   

 28.D   For Possible Action:  To adopt a Resolution authorizing a medium-term obligation in an amount of up to $3,840,000 to finance the cost of acquiring, improving and equipping vehicles, facilities, information technology, and a communications console system; and providing the effective date.  (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org)   Late Material - Resolution
 
PURSUANT TO NRS 350.087, THIS RESOLUTION MUST BE ADOPTED BY A TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

Staff Summary: The Board of Supervisors of Carson City, Nevada proposes to enter into a medium-term obligation evidenced by bonds in an amount up to $3,840,000, pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 350, in order to finance the cost of acquiring, improving, and equipping vehicles, facilities, information technology, and a communications console system for the City.  This resolution allows the City's Chief Financial Officer to take all action necessary to effectuate the provisions of this resolution, including, without limitation, forwarding all necessary documents to the Executive Director of the Department of Taxation and, if necessary, update the City's plan for capital improvement to include the project.   

 28.E   For Possible Action:  To introduce, on first reading, an ordinance designated as the "2017 Highway Revenue Bond Ordinance"; authorizing the issuance by Carson City of its fully registered "Carson City, Nevada, Highway Revenue (Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax) Refunding Bonds, Series 2017" for the purpose of refunding certain outstanding bonds of the City; providing the form, terms and conditions of the bonds; and providing the effective date.  (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org) 

Staff Summary:  This ordinance will authorize the issuance of the "Carson City, Nevada, Highway Revenue (Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax) Refunding Bonds, Series 2017" for the purpose of refunding all or a portion of the outstanding "Carson City, Nevada, Highway Revenue (Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax) Improvement Bonds, Series 2008”, for the purpose of effecting interest rate savings.   

 28.F   For Possible Action:  To confirm the engagement of Sherman & Howard as bond counsel to Carson City, Nevada in connection with the issuance of the $6,000,000 Carson City, Nevada Highway Revenue (Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax) Refunding Bonds Series 2017 and the $3,840,000 Carson City, Nevada General Obligation (Limited Tax) Medium-Term Bonds Series 2017A.  (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org)  

Staff Summary:  The agreements between the City and the firm of Sherman & Howard set forth the role proposed to be served and the responsibilities proposed to be assumed as bond counsel.  The letters will operate as the form of the agreements between the City and the firm of Sherman & Howard. 
 
29.    Public Comment:
The public is invited at this time to comment on any matter that is not specifically included on the agenda as an action item.  No action may be taken on a matter raised under this item of the agenda.

30.    For Possible Action:  To Adjourn as the Board of Supervisors

Redevelopment Authority

31.    Call to Order & Roll Call - Redevelopment Authority

32.    Public Comment:**

The public is invited at this time to comment on and discuss any topic that is relevant to, or within the authority of this public body.

33.    For Possible Action:  Approval of Minutes - March 16, 2017

34.    Finance

 34.A   For Possible Action:  Presentation, discussion and possible direction to staff on the proposed Carson City Redevelopment Authority FY 2018 Tentative Budget.  (Sheri Russell, srussell@carson.org)

Staff Summary: The purpose of this item is to review the proposed FY18 Carson City Redevelopment Authority Tentative Budget.
 
 34.B   For Possible Action: To accept the Carson City Redevelopment Authority Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2018-2022. (Nancy Paulson, npaulson@carson.org)

Staff Summary: This is the annual update of the Redevelopment Authority's Capital Improvement Program which accompanies the annual budget.    
 
35.    Public Comment:**
The public is invited at this time to comment on any matter that is not specifically included on the agenda as an action item.  No action may be taken on a matter raised under this item of the agenda.

36.    For Possible Action: To Adjourn as the Redevelopment Authority

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**PUBLIC COMMENT LIMITATIONS - The Mayor and Supervisors meet at various times as different public bodies: the Carson City Board of Supervisors, the Carson City Liquor and Entertainment Board, the Carson City Redevelopment Authority, and the Carson City Board of Health.  Each, as called to order, will provide at least two public comment periods in compliance with the minimum requirements of the Open Meeting Law prior to adjournment.  In addition, it is Carson City’s aspirational goal to also provide for item-specific public comment as follows:  In order for members of the public to participate in the public body’s consideration of an agenda item, the public is strongly encouraged to comment on an agenda item when called for by the mayor/chair during the item itself.  No action may be taken on a matter raised under public comment unless the item has been specifically included on the agenda as an item upon which action may be taken. The Mayor, Mayor Pro-Tem and Chair, also retain discretion to only provide for the Open Meeting Law’s minimum public comment and not call for or allow additional individual-item public comment at the time of the body’s consideration of the item when: 1) it is deemed necessary by the mayor/chair to the orderly conduct of the meeting; 2) it involves an off-site non-action facility tour agenda item; or 3) it involves any person’s or entity’s due process appeal or hearing rights provided by statute or the Carson City Municipal Code. 
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Agenda Management Notice - Items on the agenda may be taken out of order; the public body may combine two or more agenda items for consideration; and the public body may remove an item from the agenda or delay discussion relating to an item on the agenda at any time.
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To request a copy of the supporting materials for this meeting contact Janet Busse at jbusse@carson.org or call (775) 887-2100.
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This agenda and backup information are available on the City’s website at www.carson.org/agendas and at the City Manager’s Office - City Hall, 201 N. Carson Street, Ste 2, Carson City, Nevada  (775)887-2100.
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This notice has been posted at the following locations:
Community Center  851 East William Street
Courthouse  885 East Musser Street
City Hall  201 North Carson Street
Carson City Library  900 North Roop Street
Community Development Permit Center  108 East Proctor Street
http://notice.nv.gov


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