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File #: 22-0761   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/16/2022 In control: Clark County Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 6/7/2022 Final action:
Title: Accept the Business Impact Statement pursuant to NRS 237.090 for the proposed District Resolution 22-002, which amends the District Service Rules; and determine that the proposed resolution does not impose a significant economic burden on affected customers; or take other action as appropriate. (Sitting as the Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees) (For possible action)
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Business Impact Statement

CLARK COUNTY Water Reclamation District

Board of Trustees

AGENDA ITEM

 

Petitioner:

Thomas A. Minwegen, General Manager

Recommendation: 

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Accept the Business Impact Statement pursuant to NRS 237.090 for the proposed District Resolution 22-002, which amends the District Service Rules; and determine that the proposed resolution does not impose a significant economic burden on affected customers; or take other action as appropriate. (Sitting as the Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees) (For possible action)

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FISCAL IMPACT:

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Description:

Business Impact Statement

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BACKGROUND: 

Pursuant to NRS 237.080, a Business Impact Statement was prepared for the proposed District Resolution 22-002, which amends the District Service Rules.

The proposed amendments include clarifying language, and make certain changes to the Rates and Charges. The changes being advanced include future reclaimed water sales and rates, and the institution of an administration fee to process alternative sewer service applications. Additionally, the proposed Service Rule changes include clarifications and amendments addressing the County's initiative on affordable housing, as set forth in the Resolution of the County of Clark to Reduce Development Fees to Incentivize the Development of Affordable Housing, passed by the Board on March 16, 2021.

If adopted, Resolution 22-002 codifies amendments to the District Service Rules effective on July 1, 2022.

Notice (with a link to the proposed amendments) was provided to the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC), which convened in March 2022 to study the District’s finances and to make recommendations on rates and charges, and also to the Clark County Real Property Management (RPM), Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), Latin Chamber of Commerce, Nevada Resort Association, NV Energy, Southern Nevada Home Builders Association (SNHBA), University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), Urban Chamber of Commerce, and the Vegas Chamber. Additionally, notice was posted in the Las Vegas Review Journal for other interested persons to view and provide comment. No material questions or comments were received from the stakeholders regarding the Service Rules amendments.

Staff recommends that the Board of Trustees determine that the District Resolution 22-002 does not impose a significant economic burden on affected customers.

This agenda item has been reviewed and approved by the District General Counsel.