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Meeting Name: Special Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/17/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
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Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes Final Action: Action Summary Action Summary  
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   This meeting has been properly noticed and posted online at ClarkCountyNV.gov and Nevada Public Notice at https://notice.nv.gov/ and in the following locations:  Not available
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   If you wish to speak on an item marked “For Possible Action” appearing on this agenda, please fill out a Public Comment Interest Card which is located in front of the Commission Chambers and submit the comment card to staff sitting in the Commission Chambers. If you wish to speak to the Board about items within its jurisdiction but not appearing as an “Action” item on this agenda, you must wait until the "Comments by the General Public" period listed at the end of this agenda. Comments will be limited to three minutes. Please step up to the speaker's podium, clearly state your name and address and please spell your last name for the record. If any member of the Board wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the Chair, or the Board by majority vote. • Items on the agenda may be taken out of order. • The Board of County Commissioners, Board of Trustees, and Licensing Board may combine two or more agenda items for consideration. • The Board of County Commissioners, Board of Trustees, and Licensing Board may remove an item from the agenda or delay discussion relating to an item at any time. Contracts, zoning matters, or ordinances that do not comply with the County's disclosure requirement as outlined in Section 10(2) of the County Ethics Policy are subject to being voided. The main agenda is available on Clark County's website, ClarkCountyNV.gov. For copies of agenda items and supporting backup materials, please contact Cyndi Baroni, Agenda Coordinator, at (702) 455-3530. This meeting will be broadcast live in the Las Vegas area. Clark County Television is available in the Las Vegas area on Channel 4/1004 on Cox cable and on CenturyLink on Channels 4 and 1004 as well as in Laughlin on Channel 14 via Suddenlink. Live streaming of CCTV programming is available at www.ClarkCountyNV.gov and https://www.youtube.com/ClarkCountyNV. CCTV is also available in Boulder City on Channel 4 and in Moapa Valley on Digital Channel 50.3. For more information about the program schedule, please refer to https://clarkcountynv.gov/CCTV4/ or contact CCTV Channel 4 at (702) 455-6890.  Not available
   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Meeting of the Board of County Commissioners is hereby called and will be held at the time and location indicated above, to consider the following matters:  Not available
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21-420 1.Public Comment

Agenda note: At this time, Chair Kirkpatrick asked if there were any persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on any items on the agenda as posted. SPEAKER(S): None There being no persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on any items listed on the agenda as posted, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public comments.
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21-421 2.Approval of the Agenda (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
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21-719 3.Conduct a public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2022 Tentative Budget for Clark County. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) SUBMITTED: 1. FY 2022 Budget Hearing PowerPoint (8 pages) submitted by staff 2. Letter from the State of Nevada Department of Taxation dated May 7, 2021 (1 page) submitted by staff 3. FY 2022 Budget Spreadsheet (2 pages) submitted by staff DISCUSSION: The Board received a presentation from Chief Financial Officer Jessica Colvin regarding the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Clark County Tentative Budget, which included an overview of the general fund revenues and redirection of funds since the preliminary tentative budget meeting held in March 2020; stated that the revised budget reflected a 1.4 percent or $5.4 million increase from Property Taxes, and a 1.9 percent or a $7 million increase from non-recurring transfers-in from town funds and the Clark County Fire districts, for a total 0.8 percent increase or $12.4 million difference from the previously approved preliminary tentative budget; the general fund expenditure amounts by major function as shown did not include non-recurring expenditures, and indicated an increase in all fund expenditures excluding Public Works, for a total expenditure increase of 0.5 percent or $7.5 million over the previously approved preliminary tentative budget, impacted primarily by a combined total of 56 staff positions in Real Property Management (RPM), District Court, Fire, and Parks and Recreation that had been frozen due to the pandemic and restored in the new fiscal year; a breakdown of the restored and requested positions by department was shown which totaled $8.4 million, and included the reclassification of non-general fund positions to general fund positions; a review of supplemental funding showed a total of $4.9 million of available operating funds in FY 2022; an itemization by department of legislative pending fiscal impacts was shown, with a $30.3 million increase in FY 2022, $27.9 million in FY 2023, and $90.1 million in future biennia pending, and stated those amounts may change would after the June 1, 2021 legislative decisions were announced; and made the recommendations that the final budget be filed as presented with the $4.9 million appropriated in a general category, that the allocation and direction of the $4.9 million in supplemental funding be delayed until after the impact from the pending legislative bills could be determined, and to return to the Board with final direction on those allocations. In response to questions by the Board, staff confirmed that the staff positions included both those that were frozen as a result of COVID and now released and that recruitment could begin for those budgeted restored positions, and additional supplemental positions that were deemed critical; and that there would be a follow-up with the Board after the legislative session ended. Staff read into record the Department of Taxation response from the April 15, 2021 tentative budget filing: the Department of Taxation has examined the FY 2021/2022 tentative budget for the above named entities in accordance with NRS 354.596 subsection 5, we find all the above to be in compliance with applicable statutes and regulations, which includes Clark County, the 14 unincorporated towns and 3 special districts, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District (CCRFCD), and the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD), the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC), Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD), Kyle Canyon Water District, and the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension; and stated that a list that compared specific changes between the tentative budget and the final budget would be submitted the Clerk this day to file for public record. Chair Kirkpatrick opened the public hearing and asked if there were any persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on the matter. SPEAKER(S): None There being no persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on the matter, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public hearing. Commissioner Justin Jones made a motion to approve the proposed final budget. Legal Counsel advised that Item No. 3 did not require a vote.
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21-720 4.Authorize the creation of 54 General Fund positions and 1 Non-General funded position for the Fiscal Year 2022. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: The Board received a presentation from Chief Financial Officer Jessica Colvin regarding the General Fund positions and Non-General funded positions, stated the summary of open funded and non-funded positions by department included Real Property Management, District Court, Fire, and Parks and Recreation, and were non-supplemental.
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21-724 5.Approve and authorize the creation of three proprietary fund positions for the Clark County Water Reclamation District for the fiscal year 2022; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Chief Financial Officer Jessica Colvin introduced the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) General Manager Thomas Minwegen who made a brief presentation to the Board regarding the extension of three proprietary fund positions, and stated that the positions included a Mechanical Maintenance Technician III that would support lift stations within the collection system, a Senior Systems Programmer for the CCWRD Information Technology (IT) group, and a Construction Compliance Officer that would support the District’s Capital Improvement Program projects.
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21-722 6.Authorize the extension of twenty (20) Limited Permanent Positions for a term ending June 30, 2023. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: The Board received a presentation from Chief Financial Officer Jessica Colvin regarding the extension of twenty limited permanent positions, stated that the positions were previously approved with a term ending June 30, 2021; advised that the twenty limited term positions were still needed, and the positions resided within the District Court, the Elections Department, the Environment and Sustainability Department, and the Justice Court; that the positions were included in the FY 2022 budget; and requested that the term for the positions be extended through June 30, 2023.
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21-723 7.Adopt the Final Budget for Clark County, the Unincorporated Towns and Special Districts, the University Medical Center and the Clark County Water Reclamation District for the Fiscal Year 2022, and direct staff to transmit the approved documents to the State of Nevada Department of Taxation as prescribed by law. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Staff was directed to transmit the approved documents to the State of Nevada Department of Taxation as prescribed by law.
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   PUBLIC COMMENTS

Agenda note: At this time, Chair Kirkpatrick asked if there were any persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on any items not listed on the agenda as posted. SPEAKER(S): Present Magaliene Enyard commented on the University Medical Center. There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, at the hour of 10:32 a.m., Chair Kirkpatrick stated that the meeting was adjourned.
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   A period devoted to comments by the general public about matters relevant to the Board's/Trustees' jurisdiction will be held. No vote may be taken on a matter not listed on the posted agenda. Comments will be limited to three minutes. Please step up to the speaker's podium, clearly state your name and address and please SPELL your last name for the record. If any member of the Board/Trustees wishes to extend the length of a presentation, this will be done by the Chair, or the Board/Trustees by majority vote.  Not available
   All comments by speakers should be relevant to Board/Trustees action and jurisdiction.  Not available
   APPROVED: _________________________________________________ MARILYN K. KIRKPATRICK, CHAIR  Not available