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Meeting Name: Clark County Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/2/2021 9:05 AM Minutes status: Final  
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   This meeting has been properly noticed and posted online at https://clarkcountynv.gov/agendas and Nevada Public Notice at https://notice.nv.gov/ and in the following location:  Not available
   CC Government Center 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy. Las Vegas, NV (Principal Office)  Not available
   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 up 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, Clark County Manager’s Office, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, 6th Floor, Las Vegas, Nevada 89106. 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
  SEC. 1.OPENING CEREMONIES

Agenda note: The Board of County Commissioners of Clark County, Nevada met in joint regular session with the Clark County Redevelopment Agency, Moapa Valley Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners, Mount Charleston Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners, Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees, University Medical Center of Southern Nevada Board of Trustees, and the Clark County Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board, in full conformity with law and bylaws of said Boards, at the regular place of meeting in the Commission Chambers, Government Center, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada on Tuesday, the 2nd day of November, 2021 at the hour of 9:05 a.m. The meeting was called to order at the hour of 9:39 a.m. by Chair Kirkpatrick and, on roll call, the following members were present, constituting all of the members thereof:
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  SEC. 2.COMMISSIONERS' / COUNTY MANAGER'S RECOGNITION  Not available
  SEC. 3.PUBLIC FORUM

Agenda note: This is the first of two portions of the meeting devoted to the Public. Public comment during this portion of the agenda must be limited to matters on the agenda for action. If you wish to speak during this portion of the agenda, please fill out a Public Comment Interest Card located in front of the Commission Chambers and submit a comment card to staff sitting in the Commission Chambers. After completing and submitting a Public Comment Interest Card, please step up to the speaker’s podium, clearly state your name and address, and spell your last name for the record.
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21-1467 1.Public Comment

Agenda note: Per Commissioner Kirkpatrick, public comment presented by Mike Wolther at the Las Vegas Valley Water District meeting held on November 2, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. was incorporated regarding a proposal to encourage an affordable housing development in lieu of the current plan. 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): Present Daniel Braisted spoke regarding Item No. 53 and expressed concerns including the cost to change the airport’s name on every sign; Senator Reid’s name was located on other buildings; and requested that Senator Reid’s family be contacted with the request to contribute the same amount of funds to construct low-income housing in each district instead of changing the name of the airport. Tenielle Pereira spoke regarding Item No. 55, those impacted by 1October; provided assistance for people with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and the need for services at the Resiliency Center increased following the use of fireworks. There being no other persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on any items on the agenda as posted, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public comments.
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  SEC. 4.AGENDA  Not available
21-1468 2.Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting on October 5, 2021. (For possible action) (Available on the County website and in the County Clerk's Office, Commission Division)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-1469 3.Approval of Agenda with the Inclusion of Any Emergency Items and Deletion of Any Items. (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
  SEC. 5.CONSENT AGENDA: Items No. 4 through No. 48

Agenda note: NOTE: • 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. • Consent Agenda - All matters in this sub-category are considered by the Board of County Commissioners, Board of Trustees, and Licensing Board to be routine and may be acted upon in one motion. Most agenda items are phrased for a positive action. However, the Board/Trustees may take other actions such as hold, table, amend, etc. • Consent Agenda items are routine and can be taken in one motion unless a Commissioner/Trustee/Licensing member requests that an item be taken separately. The Chair will call for public comment on these items before a vote. For all items left on the Consent Agenda, the action taken will be staff's recommendation as indicated on the item. • Items taken separately from the Consent Agenda by Commission/Trustees/Licensing members at the meeting will be heard following the Commissioners'/County Manager's Recognition Section.
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   Purchasing & Contracts  Not available
21-1491 4.Approve the award of Bid No. 605976-21, for Various Current Production Model Vehicles, to the low responsive and responsible bidder. Staff recommends award to Fairway Chevrolet Company, Inc. for Item No. 1 and Silver State Ford dba Gaudin Ford for Item No. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1492 5.Approve an Amendment to the Contracts with Bob Barker Company, Inc. - Packages 1, 2, 3, and 8; Victory Supply - Packages 4, 5, and 7; and Tabb Textiles Co, Inc. - Package 6, for Bid No. 604349-17, for Annual Requirements Contract for Inmate Clothing and Accessories; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to sign the Amendment; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1497 6.Approve an Amendment to the Contract with J & J Enterprises Services, Inc., Las Vegas Paving Corporation, and Aggregate Industries SWR, Inc., for Bid No. 604679-17, for Annual Requirements Contract for Asphalt Concrete for Las Vegas, Laughlin, and Moapa Valley Area; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to sign the Amendment; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1503 7.Approve the increase of funding to the Competitive Bidding Exception with Vogel Traffic Services, Inc. dba EZ-Liner Industries, for CBE No. 605735-20, for Utilization of Sourcewell Contract #052417-EZL Roadway Maintenance Equipment; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to issue purchase orders; subject to approved budget appropriations; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1504 8.Approve the award of Bid No. 605874-21, for Decatur Boulevard Rehabilitation from CC-215 to Tropicana Avenue and Roadway Improvements to Sobb Avenue and Cameron Street to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required bonds and insurance. Staff recommends award to Aggregate Industries-SWR Inc.; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1539 9.Approve an Amendment to the Contract with Natural Channel Design, Inc., for RFP No. 605088-18, for Muddy River Restoration Design; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to sign the Amendment; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1544 10.Authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Agreement with City of Boulder City, for CBE No. 606015-21, for Boulder City Conservation Easement Law Enforcement; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1545 11.Approve an Amendment to the Contract with CorVel Enterprise Comp, Inc., for CBE No. 605355-19, for Third Party Administrator (TPA) Services for Clark County Workers' Compensation; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to sign the Amendment; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1548 12.Ratify and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Agreement No. OAG CI 2022 with City of Mesquite, for CBE No. 606000-21, for Mesquite Recreation Center Program; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1594 13.Approve the Contract with ConvergeOne, Inc., for CBE No. 605982-21, for Services Related to Cisco Hardware and Software Purchases, contingent upon submission of the required insurance; and authorize the Chief Financial Officer or her designee to sign the Contract; subject to approved budget appropriations; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1583 14.Note for the record the following Town Advisory Board (TAB) and/or Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) Minutes: Bunkerville TAB - February 25 & September 30, 2021; Enterprise TAB - February 24 & September 29, 2021; Laughlin TAB - August 10 & September 14, 2021; Lone Mountain CAC - September 28, 2021; Moapa Valley TAB - August 11, 2021; Paradise TAB - September 28, 2021; Sandy Valley CAC - May 11, August 10 & September 14, 2021; Spring Valley TAB - September 28, 2021; and Sunrise Manor TAB - July 16, 2020 & September 16, 2021.Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Parks & Recreation  Not available
21-1505 15.Accept the donation of $50,000 from Egglet Adams for the 1 October Memorial. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Public Works  Not available
21-1556 16.Approve and authorize Clark County to accept the settlement payment in the amount of $44,534.54 from the Tropicana Las Vegas, Inc. (David Covert, Representative) satisfying the County's claim against the Tropicana Las Vegas, Inc. for water damage to the County's escalator components at the escalator located on the North Bridge crossing Tropicana Avenue at Las Vegas Boulevard in front of the Tropicana Las Vegas Hotel. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1557 17.Approve and authorize Lubawy & Associates, Inc. d/b/a Valbridge Property Advisors to perform appraisal services for Assessor's Parcel No. 161-36-101-004 (Forester Real Estate Group Inc.) which is needed for right-of-way for construction of the Hollywood Boulevard extension between Vegas Valley Drive and Galleria Drive project; appoint Matthew Lubawy, MAI, to appraise the parcel; and authorize the acquisition of the necessary right-of-way by negotiation. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1558 18.Approve the relinquishment of interest in portions of right-of-way grants issued to Clark County by the Bureau of Land Management situated within Assessor's Parcel No. 123-20-000-003 generally located at Belt Road and the Northern Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway; and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign any documents necessary to complete the relinquishment process. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1559 19.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign Supplemental No. 5 to the professional engineering services contract between Clark County and Harris & Associates (Alison Bouley, Vice President of Municipal District Finance) to extend the contract term for continued assessment engineering services for Special Improvement District No. 151 - Summerlin Mesa. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1560 20.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign Supplemental No. 8 to the professional engineering services contract between Clark County and Harris & Associates (Alison Bouley, Vice President of Municipal District Finance) to extend the contract term for continued assessment engineering services for Special Improvement District No. 132 - Summerlin South Area. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1561 21.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a professional surveying services contract between Clark County and Sunrise Engineering, Inc., (Dale Robinson, Vice Principal) for construction land surveying services for the Decatur Boulevard Rehabilitation between Clark County 215 (CC-215) and Tropicana Avenue and Roadway Improvements to Sobb Avenue and Cameron Street project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1562 22.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the interlocal contract between Clark County and Regional Flood Control District to reallocate funds for the Flamingo Wash between Maryland Parkway and Palos Verdes Street project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1563 23.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and Clark County Regional Flood Control District for the Hiko Springs Wash Detention Basin Expansion project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1564 24.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1324 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada for the Trail Connectivity: Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway Trail Bridges at Eastern Avenue and Charleston Boulevard project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1565 25.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1325 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada for the Mount Charleston - Echo View Pavement Rehabilitation project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1566 26.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1326 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada for the Hacienda Avenue between Rainbow Boulevard and Decatur Boulevard project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1590 27.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the First Amendment to the Revocable License and Maintenance Agreement between Clark County and LV Stadium Events Company, LLC ("StadCo") (Don Webb, Chief Operating Officer) extending StadCo's use of a portion of the Tropicana Detention Basin for employee parking related to stadium events to March 2, 2026; and take any action deemed appropriate. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, staff recommended the following correction: on page 2, No. 6, Section 1.7.9 the words on the first line “parking lots” be replaced with “parking lot at the northeast corner of Decatur Boulevard and Sobb Avenue;” and on the fifth line “lots” be replaced with “lot is;” and on the seventh line insert the number “1” before the words “one year.”
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21-1569 28.Authorize the submittal of applications for the Hollywood Regional Park Multi-Use Fields Four Plex, James Regional Park Softball Complex and Clark County Shooting Park Improvements to the Bureau of Land Management for funding consideration in the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act's Round 19 project funding cycle. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1568 29.Approve and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to sign a Site Lease Agreement between Clark County (County) and SBA Steel LLC a Florida limited liability company (Lessee), to continue leasing ±652 square feet of County-owned real property for a wireless communication facility, located on a portion of Assessor's Parcel Number 139-25-802-004, also known as the Pecos Bonanza Campus; and sign any other documents necessary to complete the transaction and manage the lease. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1584 30.Approve and authorize the purchase of 1280 West Cheyenne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 located near the northeast corner of North Martin Luther King Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue (APN 139-09-801-010) which is a ±72,475 square foot, two (2) story office/warehouse building on ±4.41 acres of fully developed land for the Fire Department's FEMA Program and the Elections Department; fund the purchase price of $11,850,000, $25,000 for closing costs, $2,500 for attorney fees to amend the CC&Rs, $10,500,000 for Phase I & II tenant improvements and $700,000 for the Elections Warehouse tenant improvements for mail ballot & tabulation; ratify the appraisal dated September 21, 2021 by Anderson Valuation Group, LLC.; and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to sign escrow documents and any other related documents to complete the transaction and related tenant improvements. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1570 31.In accordance with NRS 244.210 and 354.220 through 354.250, approve, adopt, and authorize the Chair to sign a resolution to authorize refunds as shown on Exhibit "A. " (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1549 32.Approve and authorize the Board of County Commissioners, the Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees, and the Board of Hospital Trustees of University Medical Center of Southern Nevada to submit the quarterly economic condition reports to the State of Nevada Department of Taxation pursuant to NRS 354.6015 and NAC 354.559 for Clark County. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1551 33.Approve and authorize the Chief Financial Officer to execute a document notifying the Attorney General of the County's exercise of its option regarding payment of defense costs in conjunction with the County's participation in the State of Nevada's Fund for Insurance Premiums for tort claims and expenses relating to District Court employees, and to pay such expense. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1580 34.Authorize the removal from County records of certain accounts receivable totaling $238,478.96 that have been deemed uncollectible. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1586 35.Approve and authorize a daily bed rate at the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC) for the purpose of seeking reimbursement for housing inmates under eligible conditions as prescribed by NRS. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1598 36.Receive a quarterly report of obligated Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (Fiscal Recovery Funds) as of September 30, 2021. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1552 37.Approve the General Manager to issue purchase orders to Trojan Technologies Group, ULC (Stephen Bell, President), the manufacturer and sole source distributor for Trojan products and services, for the procurement of Trojan Ultraviolet lamps, specialized parts, equipment, repair and technical support on an as needed basis, District CBE No. 210035; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1553 38.Approve the General Manager to issue purchase orders to Evoqua Water Technologies, LLC, (Ronald C. Keating, President), the manufacturer and sole source distributor of Evoqua products and services, for the procurement of Evoqua Products and Services on an as needed basis, District CBE No. 210024; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1547 39.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the correction of the 2018-2019 thru 2021-2022 Secured and the 2020-2021 thru 2021-2022 Unsecured Assessment Roll AR-1102-21-20 and order the corrections to be made. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1460 40.Approve the 2022 scheduled meeting dates of the Board of County Commissioners, Clark County Redevelopment Agency, Moapa Valley Fire Protecton District Board of Fire Commissioners, Mount Charleston Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners, Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees, UMC Hospital Board of Trustees, Clark County Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board and BCC Zoning, as outlined in the 2022 meeting calendar; or take other action deemed appropriate. (Also sitting as the Clark County Redevelopment Agency, Moapa Valley Fire Protecton District Board of Fire Commissioners, Mount Charleston Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners, Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees, the UMC Hospital Board of Trustees, and the Clark County Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board) (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1550 41.Approve and authorize the Clark County Clerk to make application to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the State of Nevada, Office of the Secretary of State, to trademark and register “Wedding Capital of the World” symbol and trade name. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1543 42.Approve and authorize the creation of one (1) additional limited permanent Guardianship Compliance Investigator position (I27/I28) for the Eighth Judicial District Court. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1581 43.Ratify and approve the grant from the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety for $8,080 to fund (4) members of the Eighth Judicial District, Specialty Courts, Felony DUI Court team for training and travel. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1567 44.Ratify and approve the acceptance of the grant award in the amount of $676,205 from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services for Differential Response Program for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and authorize the Administrator or his designee to sign any additional grant documents related hereto. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1572 45.Ratify acceptance of $20,000 from The Hartford to the Clark County Fire Department to support fire safety education efforts and programming. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1573 46.Approve and authorize the submission of the 2021 FM Global Fire Prevention Grant Program Application in the amount of $5,600 for purchase of equipment for the Clark County Fire Department Investigation Division; authorize the Fire Chief or his designee to sign grant documents as necessary; and accept any funds and/or equipment awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1585 47.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County Fire Department and City of Las Vegas for Nevada Task Force 1 (NVTF-1) use of Cashman Center; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1599 48.Approve and authorize the creation of the Clark County American Rescue Plan Act Recovery Office and the obligation of Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (Fiscal Recovery Funds) for the creation of eleven (11) full time limited permanent positions including: one (1) Principal Grants Coordinator (I31), one (1) Senior Business Systems Analyst (C30), four (4) Management Analyst II (I29), two (2) Grants Coordinators (I29), one (1) Purchasing Analyst II (C29), one (1) Accountant II (I28), and one (1) Employee Benefits Technician (I24). (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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  SEC. 6.ITEMS TAKEN SEPARATELY FROM CONSENT AGENDA  Not available
  SEC. 7.PUBLIC HEARINGS - 10 AM  Not available
21-1582 49.Conduct a public hearing to amend Title 3, Chapter 3,36, Section 3.36.010 of the Clark County Code, which establishes the boundaries of each Clark County commission district; providing for other matters properly related thereto. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) SUBMITTED: 1. Redistricting materials (9 pages), submitted by staff DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, staff recommended the following correction on exhibit 1, plan 3 and exhibit 2, plan 3 to read as follows: the boundary between District A and District G moves one block south from Hardin Drive to Ivanpah Drive east of Eastern Avenue and West of the St. Rose Parkway; to incorporate all of the Serene Estates within District G. The Board was addressed by David Heller, a national consultant, who advised of working to redistrict the County to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and County laws; exceeded Federal standards which required that County districts be redrawn and permits a deviation up to ten percent from one district to another; the Board requested a deviation no greater than two percent; presented Map No. 4 which had every district with less than two percent deviation from each other; Map No. 4 was the same as Map No. 3 except for one street that was moved to include all of Serene Estates within District G (see correction above); advised that the map was in compliance with all voting rights, rules, and regulations, was compact, contiguous, provided racial balance and opportunities for minorities, two districts had a Latino majority, respected neighborhood boundaries, preserved communities where possible, kept commonalities of interest together, equally distributed the County’s population, respected natural boundaries, including main arteries and interstates, tried to keep cities together, and was fair. 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): Present Maria Nieto, Political Director for Mi Familia Vota, spoke regarding areas of concern including that Rancho High School was separated from the community, during the pandemic schools provided essential services including serving as a food bank distribution site and as a vaccine clinic; the options provided created two majority Latino districts; expressed opposition to any map which set Latino representation against Black representation; submitted an alternative map; and requested the Boards consideration regarding the expressed concerns. Mathilda Guerrero, Democracy Manager at Silver State Voices, expressed the need for meaningful community input meetings; advised that all of the options create two Latino districts; placed the Latino community against the Black community; Rancho High School was separated from the Latino community; communities were split between districts; Districts D and E had the least amount of residents in every scenario; maps should reflect the 2020 census data; and minorities and communities of interest should have been considered concurrently. There being no other persons in the audience wishing to be heard on the matter, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public hearing.
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  SEC. 8.BUSINESS ITEMS  Not available
21-1470 50.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.

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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21-1554 51.Appoint a minimum of one (1) qualified individual, or up to a total of three (3) individuals to serve on the Clark County Building Enterprise Fund Advisory Committee for a four-year term commencing November 2, 2021, from the list of following applicants: Jordan Krahenbuhl, Renato "Sonny" Vinuya, Ann Barnett, and Louis DeSalvio. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Commissioner Segerblom expressed support for Renato “Sonny” Vinuya who was a banker, head of the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce, and would diversify the Committee.
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21-1571 52.Receive a presentation from the Clark County Department of Aviation (DOA) on the Southern Nevada Supplemental Airport (SNSA) project status.

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) SUBMITTED: 1. Southern Nevada Supplemental Airport Planning – Phase 1 (14 pages), submitted by Clark County Department of Aviation DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was addressed by Rosemary Vassiliadis, Director of Aviation, who introduced Jim Chrisley, the Deputy Director of the Clark County Department of Aviation, who advised of the project highlights and accomplishments; partnered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Planning Team; updated, submitted, and received FAA approval for the Airport Layout Plan (ALP); described the Southern Nevada Supplemental Airport (SNSA) location; and discussed the ALP. Roben Armstrong, the Airport Strategic Planning Manager, advised of the project tasks including the aviation activity forecasts, re-evaluating all ground transportation alternatives, cost estimates, and initiating the Wildlife Hazard Assessment; agency coordination efforts included the water supply, wastewater options, and utilities; public outreach; construct a modern, technologically advanced, and sustainable terminal; the seventeen thousand acres surrounding the airport provided space for complementary development; planning project timeline; next steps included finalizing the aviation activity forecasts to include the impacts of COVID-19 on air travel, further develop the ground access plans, and continue the ongoing agency coordination and public outreach; and further advised that the project will be an asset for the Southern Nevada Region. Commissioner Naft expressed appreciation for the Department of Aviation working with stakeholders Brightline West and Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT); and project updates and stakeholder information was, and will continue to be, shared on the airport website. Commissioner Jones and Roben Armstrong discussed the feasibility of personal car and rideshare transportation to travel 30 miles to reach the SNSA. Discussion was held regarding water usage, infrastructure, and the utility corridor.
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21-1579 53.Receive an update from the Clark County Department of Aviation regarding the renaming of McCarran International Airport to Harry Reid International Airport. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) SUBMITTED: 1. Airport Name Change Progress Update (6 pages), submitted by Clark County Department of Aviation DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was addressed by Rosemary Vassiliadis, Director of Aviation, who advised that the renaming was divided into several phases including: Phase No. 1 included public facing areas to curbside; Phase No. 2 included curbside to the gates; Phase No. 3 included internal airport operations such as uniforms, branding, and vehicles decals; private funding was received on October 13, 2021 to fund the first phase of the project; designed and developed renderings for the new north porte-cochere and monument signage; staff reached out to the Discovery Children’s Museum to implement updates to the Eco City airport exhibit; met with Public Works to begin updates to local roadway signage; hosted Team Reid to locate potential event locations and discuss timing and execution of the renaming celebration; modifications to the building signage at the rental car center was being evaluated; began design of interim monument signage panels with an architecture firm; changes to the airport’s social media, website URL, and email domain to be advanced to Phase No. 1 per Team Reid; Phase Nos. 2 and 3 required an additional three million dollars in private donations to implement; and the Department of Aviation will work with the Clark County Museum to display Senator Reid’s contributions and achievements. Discussion was held regarding the final document required by the FAA; communications regarding the name change to airlines, stakeholders, businesses, and additional partners; and the renaming celebration.
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21-1604 54.Receive an update on the ongoing modernization and improved service delivery efforts of the Clark County website. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) SUBMITTED: 1. Slide presentation materials (15 pages), submitted by Clark County Department of Information Technology DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was addressed by Nadia Hansen, Chief Information Officer, who advised that the 15-year-old website was revamped last year for modernization and increased accessibility; partnered with IDEO to further evolve and humanize the website. A representative from IDEO, a consultant who provided recommendations, advised that the partnership formed with the County, and the County’s web development partner, was formed to advance the Clark County Information Technology Department’s strategic vision of modernizing the website to provide intuitive and convenient access to Clark County’s integrative services; worked to make the website more human-centered to meet the needs of its users; performed qualitative research to understand the needs; tested concepts for revised site design; five research insights guided IDEO’s recommendations to the County: efficiency, less information and more guidance, formal but friendly, clarity, and the diversity found in Clark County; recommended changes included streamlined content, a new look and feel, and content guidelines; showed the County beyond the Strip; content guidelines and standardized templates were provided to help maintain consistency across departments; and proposed a second phase which included a pilot strategy. Discussion followed regarding topics including the timeframe, will be encompassing the rural areas of the County in the design, modernizing the outward facing technology, streamline the content, and coordinated with the department heads and officials.
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21-1600 55.Discuss the implementation of Senate Bill 4 from the 2021 Nevada Legislative Session to enact certain ordinances related to fireworks; and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was addressed by John Steinbeck, Fire Chief in the Clark County Fire Department, who advised that the law allowed for penalties with a $250 minimum up to $1,000 for a violation involving less than 100 pounds of fireworks; a $1,000 minimum up to $5,000 for violations involving a 100 pounds up to 5,000 pounds in gross weight, including packaging; and $5,000 minimum up to $10,000 for a violation involving more than 5,000 pounds in gross weight, including packaging; the total number of fire responses on July 4, 2021 was 480 for Clark County, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas; the ISpyFireworks data displayed the number of complaints by County Commission district from July 1, 2021 through July 5, 2021, with Commissioner Segerblom’s district having the least number of complaints and Commissioner Jones’ district having the highest number of complaints; used confiscation and fines to discourage firework usage; fireworks were considered hazardous materials, and low level explosives, being transported and used throughout the Valley; and recommended progressing to the higher level of penalties while continuing to utilize education and enforcement. Discussion followed regarding areas of concern including penalties enforced in an equitable manner; incident action reports; enforcement; penalties in the cities; education; the cost of the penalties; and the legislation allows the severity of the violation to be considered when determining penalties. Staff was directed to move forward with the implementation of fines as follows: $500 for the first offense of 100 pounds or less, and up to $1,000 for repeat offenses; $1,000 up to $5,000 for violations more than 100 pounds up to and including 5,000 pounds; and fines up to $10,000 for violations exceeding 5,000 pounds.
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21-1471 56.Go into closed session, pursuant to NRS 241.015(3)(b)(2), to receive information from the District Attorney regarding potential or existing litigation involving a matter over which the Board has supervision, control, jurisdiction or advisory power, and to deliberate toward a decision on the matter, and pursuant to NRS Chapter 288.220, to receive a report on the status of ongoing labor negotiations; and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)  Action details Not available
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