CARSON CITY CONSOLIDATED MUNICIPALITY
NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE
CARSON CITY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
AND CARSON CITY LIQUOR AND ENTERTAINMENT BOARD
Date: August 2, 2007
Time: Beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Location: Community Center, Sierra Room
851 East William Street
Carson City, Nevada
Call to Order
Invocation - Bill McCord, First United Methodist Church, Retired
Pledge of Allegiance
Public Comments and Discussion: The public is invited at this time to comment on and discuss any item not on the agenda that is relevant to, or within the authority of, the Carson City Board of Supervisors, the Carson City Liquor and Entertainment Board and the Carson City Redevelopment Authority. No action may be taken on a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action will be taken. Public comment during individual agenda items will be taken on the item at the time the item is called for hearing.
2. Changes to the Agenda
Liquor and Entertainment Board
3. Development Services - Planning
Action to approve a full (packaged) liquor license for Nevada CVS Pharmacy, LLC, (liquor manager: Jeffery G. De La Pena) for Longs CVS/Pharmacy #8779, located at 220 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada.
Staff Summary: Per CCMC 4.13, all liquor license requests are to be reviewed by the Liquor Board.
Board of Supervisors
4. Consent Agenda
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 or any citizen 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.
4-1. District Attorney
Staff Summary: On February 14, 2007, Carson City was served with the above-stated case. The allegations in the complaint are that on January 30, 2004 construction activities that occurred on Carson City property caused the release of fugitive dust, dirt, sand and small pebbles which caused damage to the property and business of Michael Hohl Honda Subaru in excess of $800,000.00. Payment of $40,000.00 by Carson City will settle the suit.
4-2. Public Works - Engineering
A) Action to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign the Notice of Completion of Sewer and Water Line Participation Agreement by and between Todd & Jennifer Glanzmann, and City of Carson City, a political subdivision of the State of Nevada, for work including, but not limited to the construction of a sewer line and water line in accordance with approved plans and specifications for the Mark Way sewer and water lines from the existing sewer and water lines starting at the west end APN #008-112-08 and ending at the west side of the frontage of APN #008-112-05, along with all facilities associated with such construction extension. Recorded No. 366295 of the official records of Carson City, Nevada and adopted by the Board of Supervisors on April 5, 2007.
Staff Summary: Staff is requesting that the Board of Supervisors sign the Notice of Completion of Sewer and Water Line Participation Agreement.
B) Action to rescind and cancel Ordinance #1997-38, a Sewerline Reimbursement Agreement between Carson City and Granite Construction Company, regarding formerly Assessor's Parcel Number 008-521-68 and now 008-522-06 located at 5855 Sheep Drive, Carson City, Nevada; which benefitted the owners of formerly APNs: 008-521-32 and now 008-523-13 at 5852 Sheep Drive, 008-521-33 and now 008-523-14 at 5835 Sheep Drive, Carson City, Nevada, for sewer main construction; and authorize the Mayor to sign the Cancellation.
Staff Summary: Staff is requesting that the Board of Supervisors approve the cancellation of the Sewerline Reimbursement Agreement between Carson City and Granite Construction Company.
4-3. Purchasing and Contracts
A) Action to approve the award of Contract No. 0708-019 Water Treatment Plant Filter Media to EP Minerals LLC as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder pursuant to N.R.S. Chapter 332 and pursuant to the Board's findings that it is in the public's best interest to accept the bid exceptions to provide Eagle Picher (FW 12) at a cost of $7.875 per fifty (50) pound bag plus freight and fuel surcharges from EP Minerals LLCs Lovelock, Nevada facility ordered on an as-needed basis through August 2, 2012 with the option to renew for five (5) additional years subject to negotiation.
Staff Summary: Public Works - Water Operations anticipates the use of approximately one hundred fifty to two hundred (150-200) tons of Diatomaceous Earth (DE) filter media within each contract year, and an approximate total of seven hundred fifty to one thousand (750-1,000) tons for the five (5) year contract period delivered to the Quill Water Treatment Plant, 2900 Kings Canyon Road.
B) Action to approve Lease Agreement Number 0708-042 to lease a portion of the parking lot at 777 E. William Street to be used by Library staff and volunteers for $1,950.00 per year effective through August 31, 2010 from the General Fund.
Staff Summary: Lease Number 0405-031 expires on August 31, 2007.
C) Action to extend Contract No. 0304-007 Road Base Aggregate with Canyon Creek Construction to provide Type II Class B Aggregate Base Material at $7.70 per ton based on delivery in bottom dump trains (approximately 35 tons per load) and an additional $2.25 per ton will be charged for delivery made with single bottom dumps or endumps (approximately 20 tons per load) for a not to exceed amount of $60,000 from the Street Maintenance Fund, Water Maintenance Fund, and the Sewer Maintenance Fund and no change in the original terms and conditions as originally awarded through August 7, 2008.
Staff Summary: The second extension for Contract No. 0304-007 Road Base Aggregate will expire on August 7, 2007.
4-4. City Manager
Staff Summary: C.C.M.C. Chapter 18.06.020 establishes the Historic Resource Commission to consist of seven members. "At least two members of the HRC must be professionally qualified as an architect or a design professional with experience in historic preservation." The Commission recommends reappointment of Richard Baker to continue to fill this position.
(End of Consent Agenda)
Ordinances, Resolutions, and Other Items
5. Office of Business Development
Action to adopt on second reading, Bill No. 123 an ordinance amending ordinance No. 2006-12 by adding the North Town Shopping Plaza and the vacant former Kmart Building to the Redevelopment Project Area No. 2 and other matters properly related thereto.
Staff Summary: The purpose of this ordinance is to amend our Redevelopment Project Area No. 2 in order to continue to energize Carson City's aging shopping centers and re-tenant vacant big box buildings. The Redevelopment Authority's long-term strategy employs a public and private partnership approach that will retain and enhance additional commercial activity in this area. The addition of these properties to the current Project Area No. 2 is consistent with the annual goals and objectives of the Carson City Board of Supervisors in as much as this action facilitates efforts to revitalize Carson City's aging shopping to help turn them into economic success stories and sales tax generating engines.
6. Development Services - Engineering
Action to approve and authorize the Mayor to sign an agreement between Barbara Welch and Carson City whereby Barbara Welch agree(s) to sell and convey that certain real property described as Assessor's Parcel Number 002-138-06, for the appraised value of $190,000.
Staff Summary: The Regional Transportation Commission has recommended at their July 11, 2007 meeting that the Board of Supervisors approve the agreement between Barbara Welch and Carson City for the acquisition of real property necessary to construct roadway improvements for the extension of North Stewart Street. The subject property was appraised by Johnson and Perkins & Associates, Inc.
7. Development Services - Planning and Zoning
A) Action to introduce, on first reading, an ordinance amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 18, Zoning, Chapter 18.16, Development Standards, Division 3 Landscaping, adding provisions regarding turf areas, trees and shrubs within the historic district, tree protection measures, riparian corridors, planting details and general landscaping details, and other matters related thereto. (File ZCA-07-023)
Staff Summary: The proposed amendments would modify landscaping requirements that apply to commercial, industrial, institutional and multi-family apartment developments.
B) Action to adopt Bill No.118, on second reading, an ordinance to change the zoning of APNs 008-011-88, -89 and -90 from General Industrial and Mobile Home One Acre to General Commercial, and to change the zoning of APN 008-011-91 from General Industrial and Mobile Home One Acre to Multi-Family Apartment, property located on the northeast corner of US Highway 50 East and Flint Drive. (File ZMA-07-077)
Staff Summary: The Zoning Map Amendment would change the zoning of the parcels to allow commercial and residential townhouse or apartment uses where the existing General Industrial zoning only permits industrial and commercial uses and the Mobile Home One Acre zoning only permits one-acre residential lots.
C) Action to adopt Bill No. 119 on second reading, an ordinance amending Carson City Municipal Code Title 18, Zoning, Chapter 18.03, Definitions, Section 18.03.010, Words and Terms Defined, to modify the definitions of "Retail Sales" and "Secondhand Business" to define specialty used goods shops as a retail use; amending Chapter 18.04, Use Districts, Section 18.04.010, Districts Established, to replace the Downtown Commercial District with the Downtown Mixed-Use District; amending Section 18.04.125, Downtown Commercial, to modify the list of permitted and conditional uses for the new Downtown Mixed-Use District; amending Section 18.04.195, Non-Residential Districts Intensity and Dimensional Standards, to delete the Downtown Commercial District and add standards for the new Downtown Mixed-Use district; amending Chapter 18.07, Downtown Business District, to Modify the process-oriented standards for review of development within the new Downtown Mixed-Use District; amending Chapter 18.16, Development Standards, Division 2, Parking and Loading, Section 2.2, Number of Spaces Required, to add specific parking requirements for the new Downtown Mixed-Use District; and amending Chapter 18.16, Development Standards, Division 6, Downtown Business District, to replace the existing Downtown Business District standards with standards for the new Downtown Mixed-Use District relating to height, parking, setbacks, signs and other design requirements, and other matters properly related thereto. (File ZCA-07-057)
Staff Summary: The proposed amendment to the Zoning Ordinance would replace the existing Downtown Business District standards with standards for the new Downtown Mixed-Use zoning district.
D) Action to adopt Bill No.120, on second reading, an ordinance to change the zoning of properties within the Downtown area to Downtown Mixed-Use (DT-MU), specifically changing the zoning from Downtown Commercial (DC) to DT-MU for APN=s 1-183-02, -04, -06, 1-184-07, -08, -09, 1-187-05, -06, 1-188-01, -02, -03, -04, 1-193-02, -05, -06, 1-194-01, 2-162-01, -02, 2-163-03, -04, -05, 2-164-02, 3-081-17, -18, 3-082-01, -02, -03, -04, 3-091-01, -02, -03, -04, 3-092-03, -04, -05, 3-093-03, -05, 3-095-06, -07, -08, -09, -10, 3-112-03, -04, -05, -06, 3-113-09, -10, -11, -12, -13, -14, -15, 3-114-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, 3-115-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, 3-116-01, -02, -03, -04, 3-212-01, -03, -04, -05, 3-213-01, -02, -03, 3-222-02, -03, -04, 3-223-01, 3-224-01, -02, -03, -04, -06, -07, -08, -09, 3-225-03, -10, 3-228-01, 3-229-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, -07, 3-282-02, -03, -04, -05, 3-283-04, -05, 3-285-02, -03, -04, 4-051-07, 4-053-02, -03, 4-055-02, -06, -07, -09, -13, 4-061-01, -02, -04, 4-062-08, 4-065-01, 4-066-01, -02, -04, 4-067-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, 4-068-08, -09, -10, -11, 4-069-02, 4-211-05, -07, -08, -09, -10, -11, 4-213-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, 4-214-02, 4-215-01, -02, -03, -04, -06, -07, -08, 4-221-01, 4-224-02, -03, -04, -05, -07, -08, 4-261-01, -02, 4-263-01, -02; changing the zoning from General Commercial (GC) to DT-MU for APNs 2-154-03, 2-161-02, -06, -07, -08, -09, 2-171-04, -06, 4-191-11, 4-202-01, -02, -08, 4-216-01, -02, -03, -04, -05; changing the zoning from Retail Commercial (RC) to DT-MU for APNs 1-177-02, -04, 2-171-07, 3-215-02, -04, 3-217-05, -06, -08, -09, 4-055-12, 4-191-11, -12, 4-192-04, -05, 4-223-06, -10, 4-225-02, -04; changing the zoning from General Office (GO) to DT-MU for APNs 4-192-02, 4-222-02, -03, 4-223-07, -08; changing the zoning of parcels split-zoned GC and RC to DT-MU for APNs 1-178-05, -06, 2-154-01, 2-171-10, 4-225-01, -03; and changing the zoning of parcels split-zoned RC and GO to DT-MU for APNs 4-222-01, 4-223-09, 4-226-01, 4-252-01, and 4-254-06. (File ZMA 07-084)
Staff Summary: This zoning map amendment would change the zoning within the described Downtown area to the new Downtown Mixed-Use (DT-MU) zoning district.
E) Action to adopt Bill No.121, on second reading, an ordinance amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 18.04, Zoning, Chapter 18.04, Use Districts, to modify permitted uses in Section 18.04.110, Residential Office, Section 18.04.115, General Office, Section 18.04.120, Neighborhood Business, Section 18.04.130, Retail Commercial, Section 18.04.135, General Commercial, Section 18.04.145, Limited Industrial, Section 18.04.150, General Industrial, Section 18.04.155, Air Industrial Park, and making clerical and consistency corrections and other matters related thereto. (File ZCA-07-039)
Staff Summary: The proposed amendment to the Zoning Ordinance would modify the permitted and conditional uses in the following zoning districts; Residential Office, General Office, Neighborhood Business, Retail Commercial, General Commercial, Limited Industrial, General Industrial and Air Industrial Park. This clean up text proposes to clarify redundant uses which appear in Title 18.04.
F) Action to adopt Bill No. 122, on second reading, an ordinance amending the Carson City Municipal Code Title 18, Zoning, Chapter 18.03, Definitions, Section 18.03.010, Words And Terms Defined, to modify the definition of "guest building" to include attached guest buildings; and amending Chapter 18.16, Development Standards, Division 1, Land Use And Site Design, amending Section 1.4, Guest Building Development, to establish regulations for the height, setbacks, occupancy, design and use of guest buildings on single-family residential properties. (File ZCA-07-085).
Staff Summary: "Guest buildings" are permitted on single-family lots. The proposed amendment is to create standards for the construction of guest buildings to limit size and include other design considerations to minimize impacts to surrounding properties and neighborhoods.
8. Parks and Recreation
Staff Summary: Currently the Carson City Fairgrounds has a capital project budget of $540,903 and a Question 18 Quality of Life project of $1,000,000, for a total budget of $1,540,903. Question 18 Quality of Life funds has $7,178,414 budgeted for the Recreation Center project. Re-allocating $1,000,000 from the Recreation Center fund to the Carson City Fairgrounds project fund will leave a balance of $6,178,414 in the Recreation Center fund and $2,540,903 in the Fairgrounds fund.
Staff Summary: Currently the Ronald D. Wilson Memorial Park project has $192,808 budgeted in Residential Construction funds and $500,000 in Q18 Quality of Life funds for a total of $692,808. If the Board of Supervisors previously approved the re-allocation of money from the Recreation Center project fund to the Carson City Fairgrounds project fund then Question 18 Quality of Life funds has $6,178,414 budgeted for the Recreation Center project and re-allocating $180,000 from the Recreation Center fund to the Ronald D. Wilson Memorial Park project will leave a balance of $5,998,414 in the Recreation Center fund. If the Board of Supervisors did not approve the re-allocation of money from the Recreation Center project fund to the Carson City Fairgrounds project fund, then Question 18 Quality of Life funds has $7,178,414 budgeted for the Recreation Center project and re-allocating $180,000 from the Recreation Center fund to the Ronald D. Wilson Memorial Park project will leave a balance of $6,998,414 in the Recreation Center fund.
9. Public Works - Contracts
A) Action to accept Public Works recommendation and award the Ronald D. Wilson Memorial Park Project, Contract No. 2006-187 to (Bidder #1) Gradex Construction Company for a Contract Amount of $680,633.93 and a Contingency Amount of $68,000.00 from the Ronald D. Wilson Park Improvement Funds as provided for in FY2006/2007.
Staff Summary: Carson City accepted sealed bids for all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary for the above listed project. Project includes, but is not limited to: clearing and grubbing and minor site demolition; and asphalt parking lot with concrete curb and gutter; landscape and irrigation improvements to the majority of the five acre site; a labyrinth pathway system; concrete sidewalks and hardscape areas; retaining walls; a group use area with a fabric shade shelter; individual picnic areas; seating areas; a children's playground and climbing structure; a portable restroom enclosure and fencing. Utility improvement will include new electrical service, water service, and connection to an existing on-site storm drainage pipe. Based on the bid results, the Parks and Recreation Department is awarding the bid based on the base bid and additive/alternate 5' Farm Fencing (BP.45).
B) Action to accept Public Works recommendation and award the Airport Road and Fairview Drive Sewer Main Rehabilitation Project, Contract #2006-196 to (Bidder #1) Insituform Technologies, Inc., for a Contract Amount of $558,138.00 and a Contingency Amount of $55,800.00 from the Airport Sewer Rehabilitation Fund as provided for in FY2006/2007.
Staff Summary: Carson City received sealed bids for all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary for the above listed project. The project consists of the installation of approximately 2,500 feet of new sanitary sewer trench-less liner system into an existing 18" concrete sewer main located in Airport Road and Lompa Field. It also includes the installation of approximately 1,045 feet of trench-less liner into an existing 15" concrete sewer main located in Fairview Drive in Carson City. Work includes, but is not limited to, re-connection of all existing laterals, abandonment of a number of existing manholes, the installation of new manholes, trench backfill, asphalt replacement, curb and gutter replacement, by-pass pumping and traffic control.
10. Public Works - Transportation
Action to introduce on first reading an ordinance amending Carson City Municipal Code Title 11 Highways and Sidewalks, Chapter 11.20 Regional Street and Highway Commission, Section 11.20.037 Meetings, Notice of Meetings, Powers and Duties of the Commission, by allowing the commission to purchase or acquire real property or real property interests in the name of Carson City and other matters properly related thereto.
Staff Summary: This is an Amendment to the Meetings, Notice of Meetings, Powers and Duties of the Commission, paragraph 4, item b allowing for the RTC to acquire property for street rights-of-way without requiring the Board of Supervisors to also take action.
11. City Manager
Staff Summary: Nevada Hispanic Services wishes to enter into a five-year lease with the City to provide services for the Hispanic community through education, advocacy and community involvement utilizing 1,785 square feet of office space at 1711 N. Roop Street formerly occupied by the Carson City Community Health Clinic. They have proposed that they continue to receive space from the City at no charge. The Community Counsel on Youth is paying $0.59 per square foot for their space in the same building. Using that same formula, Nevada Hispanic Services would pay $1,053 per month. Should the Board approve the lease at $1.00 per year, the value of the lease should be added as an in-kind contribution to Nevada Hispanic Services and reported each year as part of the Community Support Grant Program.
Staff Summary: Staff would like to provide monthly updates on actual budget results, revised projections and cost reduction strategies being implemented to address the deficit included in the 2007/2008 General Fund Budget. No action is requested at this time.
12. Board of Supervisors
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
13. Action to Adjourn
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Date: July 26, 2007