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City Council Prelights for June 14, 2017

Post Date:06/12/2017 12:47 PM

In our ongoing commitment to keep citizens informed, we have spotlighted a few key agenda items.

Who: Reno City Council and Redevelopment Agency Board

What: June 14, 2017 Regular Meeting

When: Noon (12 p.m.). Items J.3 and M.1 are scheduled to be heard at *6 p.m., but M.1 will likely be withdrawn.

The actual agenda items below are linked to City of Reno staff reports, which provide detailed information. If you have input on the agenda, you can tell us what you think by using our online City of Reno Public Comment Form. Meetings can be streamed at Reno.gov/Meetings or viewed on Charter Channel 194. For in-depth review of all City Council Agenda items, visit our Meeting Portal for the full agendas.

*Items scheduled to be heard at a specific time will be heard no earlier than the stated time, but may be heard later.

Topics of Interest

Rink on the River - *1 p.m. Public Hearing

F.2 - Consideration and potential approval of the Interlocal Lease Agreement (Rink on the River at Greater Nevada Field) between the City and the Redevelopment Agency pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes. In 2014, due to the re-construction of the Virginia Street Bridge, the City was not able to operate the rink at City Plaza during the bridge construction. The City entered into a three-year agreement with SK Baseball Ballpark Management LLC (SKBBM) to lease the City’s equipment and operate the ice rink on land next to Greater Nevada Field. SKBBM has expressed interest in leasing the equipment for an additional three years, through 2020.

This item relates to and will be heard at the same time as P.7.1 and P.7.2.

Billboards - *6 p.m.

J.3 - Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff regarding Title 18 amendments for Off-Premises Advertising Displays (billboards) including the issuance and the use of banked receipts to accommodate relocation of billboards and the regulation and/or prohibition of static and digital off-premises advertising displays.

Moana Springs Aquatic Center

J.4 - Approval of Amendment #2 to the Option Agreement between the City of Reno and Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, Inc. for the development of the Moana Springs Aquatic Center, for an additional three-year extension of the Option Agreement.

B - Consent Agenda (All consent items may be approved together with a single motion, be taken out of order, and/or be heard and discussed individually.)

B.1.c Supplemental - Privileged Business Licenses

Council will consider the approval of the following business licenses for Early Start Retail Marijuana Sales:

B.1.c.1 - Sierra Wellness Connection at 1605 East Second Street, Suite 103

B.1.c.2 - Blum Reno at 1085 South Virginia Street

B.1.c.3 - MYNT Cannabis Dispensary at 132 East Second Street

B.1.c.4 - The Dispensary at 100 West Plumb Lane

B.4 - Approval of Consultant Agreement for Construction Management Services with Brown & Caldwell for the 2017 Sewer Lift Station Replacement Project near Lear Boulevard and Stead Boulevard in an amount not to exceed $801,235. (Sewer Fund)

B.5 - Approval of Award of Contract for construction of the 2017 Sewer Lift Station Replacement project to Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $3,843,007 from the Sewer Fund.

B.9 - Approval of Change Order #1 to Contract with Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. (SNC) for the 2017 Surface Treatment Project (permanent patching, crack sealing and other surface treatments) on Reno streets in an amount not to exceed $750,000 from the Street Fund.

B.10 - Award of Contract for Telescopic Platform Maintenance by Hussey Seating Company in the Reno Event Center (REC) in the amount of $508,611 from the Capital Projects Room Tax Surcharge (two-thirds majority voting requirement).

E - Presentations

E.1 - Tahoe Trail Bar Company overview, including expansion plans.

E.2 - Washoe County Health District (WCHD) update regarding the Safe Drinking Water Program, Air Quality Attainment Status and Community Health Initiatives.

H - Resolutions

H.1 - Resolution declaring the City of Reno a Purple Heart City, honoring the many brave men and women who have, and continue to, serve our country and protect our freedoms.

H.2 - Resolution creating the City of Reno Human Rights Commission.

J - Standard Department Items

J.1 - Approval of Interlocal Cooperative Agreement for Operation of the Community Assistance Center and other homeless services among the City of Reno, Washoe County and the City of Sparks in a total amount not to exceed $3,469,361 with the City of Reno's share being $773,762 from the Community Assistance Center Operations Fund.

J.2 - Approval of Amendment #1 to Contract between the City of Reno and Volunteers of America, Greater Sacramento and Northern Nevada, for the operation of the Shelters at the Community Assistance Center (CAC) for July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2019 with funding in an amount not to exceed $3,358,933 for the second year of operation, with the City of Reno's share being $773,762 from the Community Assistance Center Operations Fund.

J.6 - Presentation, discussion and potential direction to staff regarding possible disposition of city-owned property located at 1435 N. Virginia Street (APN 007-015-07), which could include retaining the property, offering it to another public agency, selling it at auction or exploring a possible economic development agreement with the adjacent property owner (Murray Rosenthal) to include it in a student housing project.

L - Council Donation Funds

L.2 - $6,000 to the Mount Rose Elementary School Parent Teacher Association [Brekhus]

L.3 - $2,100 reallocation of Council Donation Funds to the City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department ReLEAF Reno project [Duerr]

L.4 - $1,000 to the Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary [Duerr]

L.5 - $1,500 to No Opportunity Wasted to support student programs [Duerr]

L.6 - $1,000 to the JUSTin HOPE Foundation [Duerr]

L.7 - $5,000 to Trauma Intervention Programs of Northern Nevada [Duerr]

P - REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD

P.7 - Public Hearings - *1 p.m.

P.7.1 - Consideration and potential approval of Personal Property Sublease Agreement (Rink on the River) between the Redevelopment Agency and SK Baseball Ballpark Management LLC pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes.

P.7.2 - Consideration and potential approval of the Interlocal Lease Agreement (Rink on the River) between the City and the Redevelopment Agency pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes.

P.8 - Discussion and potential direction to the City Manager to utilize two or more hours of staff time to research and prepare a presentation for Council discussion on Assembly Bill 80 including potential impact to RDA I and RDA II.

View the complete June 14, 2017 agenda here.

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