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File #: 21-1470   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/27/2021 In control: Clark County Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 11/2/2021 Final action:
Title: Identify emerging issues to be addressed by staff or by the Board at future meetings; receive updates on the activities of the various regional boards and commissions; and direct staff accordingly.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report
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11/2/2021 Clark County Board of Commissioners  

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Commissioner McCurdy expressed congratulations towards the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program’s graduates; traveled to Alabama for the Classic Business Connect to speak regarding diversity and inclusion initiatives; advised of the Wicked Night Fest held on October 26, 2021 at the Walnut Recreation Center and Halloween Safe Night held on October 31, 2021 at the Pearson Community Center; invited community members to discuss COVID-19 and vaccination rates at the Martin Luther King Junior Senior Center on November 4, 2021; further advised of a Thanksgiving turkey giveaway to families in need; requested assistance and donations from community partners and the community to make the holiday season special for families in need; and advised of working on solutions for rental increases and problems, and encouraged the community to continue reaching out for assistance. Commissioner Naft advised of partnering with Congresswoman Susie Lee to provide mobile office hours at the library in Laughlin, Nevada; celebrated Thanksgiving with a turkey hunt at the West Flamingo Senior Center on November 18, 2021; held Coffee and Conversation at Scooter’s Coffee on November 20, 2021; and further advised that the Dusk 2 Dawn Campaign, which marked the deadliest days on the roadways, began on November 8, 2021. Commissioner Jones advised of attending the Trunk or Treat Halloween events at the Enterprise and Spring Valley Area Commands with Commissioner Naft; expressed appreciation for the staff at the Desert Breeze Community Center for the Halloween Event; partnered with the new owner of the Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings for a community event; on November 4, 2021 partnered with the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth’s Youth Homeless Summit to discuss battling youth homelessness; Conversations with the Commissioner were held on November 6 at the Mountain’s Edge Master Association at 10:00 a.m. and at the Desert Breeze Community Center at 1:00 p.m.; and Public Works scheduled road maintenance and construction on Ft. Apache south of Warm Springs. Commissioner Gibson advised of an event held at Sam Boyd Park the last weekend in October 2021 with approximately 3,000 people in attendance, and expressed appreciation towards the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Metro) and staff; and further advised that County offices reopened at Henderson City Hall. Commissioner Segerblom attended the opening of Chickie’s & Pete’s at the Sahara Las Vegas; expressed appreciation to Clark County Parks and Recreation department staff; Winchester Cultural Center held the twentieth anniversary Life in Death event for Dia de Los Muertos, from November 1, 2021 through November 2, 2021; and held a Pokemon Go Park Clean Up at Lewis Family Park on November 6, 2021. Commissioner Kirkpatrick advised of meeting with Commissioner Naft and Metro regarding neighborhood challenges; discussed the Fund the Future, A 529 College Savings Plan; held the Halloween Harvest Festival; celebrated Nevada Day; the Pathway from Poverty meeting was held November 3, 2021 with participation from approximately 70 partners; the Annual Movie at the Farm event was held on November 5, 2021; advised that water levels at Lake Mead were at historic lows and to restrict watering to once per week from November to February 2021; and additionally reminded everyone to set their clocks back.
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Yolanda T. King, County Manager



Identify emerging issues to be addressed by staff or by the Board at future meetings; receive updates on the activities of the various regional boards and commissions; and direct staff accordingly.  





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This item is intended to allow individual Commissioners to report on emerging issues that may affect the operation of the County, including activities of other local entities and their governing boards and introduce items any Commissioner would like to bring before the Board for consideration and action pursuant to Article VI, Section E(2) of the Board's Rules of Procedure.