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Meeting Name: Clark County Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/7/2021 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 Moapa Valley Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners, the Clark County Water Reclamation District Board of Trustees, and the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada Board of Trustees, in full conformity with law and bylaws of said Board, at the regular place of meeting in the Commission Chambers, Government Center, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada on Tuesday, the 7th day of December, 2021 at the hour of 9:05 a.m. The meeting was called to order at 9:19 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
21-1665 1.Recognize Dale Swedberg and Michiko Swedberg for their commitment as Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Volunteers.

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commission Naft recognized and presented proclamations to Dale and Michiko Swedberg for their commitment as volunteers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and advised that each had recently been awarded badges for volunteering 5,000 hours.
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21-1677 2.Present a proclamation to recognize The Veterans Action Group for hosting a successful Veterans Day Parade.

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Naft recognized and presented proclamations to Jim Jenkins and Ryan Stojack of The Veterans Action Group for hosting this year’s Veteran’s Day Parade and advised that the parade was the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi River.
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21-1667 3.Present a proclamation to recognize four (4) swimmers from the Sandpipers Swim Team that competed in the 2021 Olympics: Bowe Becker, Erica Sullivan, Bella Sims, and Katie Grimes.Deleted from Agenda as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1755 4.Present a proclamation in recognition of the State Championship Game with The Virgin Valley High School and Moapa Valley High School.

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick presented a trophy in recognition of Moapa Valley High School’s win over Virgin Valley High School to claim the 3A state title; advised that a wager was made with Congressman Horsford, who chose Virgin Valley to win; and due to the loss, Congressman Horsford would wear the Moapa Valley jersey on Capitol Hill for one week.
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21-1756 5.Recognize the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) for a donation of $100,000 worth of trees to District B.

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick recognized the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) for a donation of $100,000 worth of trees and plants; advised that EDC purchased approximately $100,000 of trees and plants for the carnival and after the event completion, donated the trees and plants to residents in District B; residents received plant care advice from master arborist Lisa Ortega and her team.
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  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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21-1576 6.Public Comment

Agenda note: At this time, Chair Kirkpatrick asked if there were any persons present wishing to be heard on any items on the agenda as posted. SPEAKER(S): Present Daniel Braisted spoke regarding Item No. 77 and inquired if the funds raised to change the name of McCarran International Airport would cover the cost of changing the signs throughout the County. Stephanie Myers and Fred Voltz spoke regarding Item No. 83 and advised support for the appointments of John Hiatt and Alexander Harper to the Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife. Corey Frye spoke in support of Item No. 10; advised of the importance of Desert Breeze Park for the Spring Valley little league games; and requested prioritization for the work to be completed by March 2022. Ed Uehling requested Item No. 73 be pulled from the Consent Agenda and discussed separately; and spoke of the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day. There being no other persons present wishing to be heard on any items listed on the agenda as posted, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public comments.
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  SEC. 4.AGENDA  Not available
21-1574 7.Approval of Minutes of the Regular Meeting on November 2, 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
21-1575 8.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. 9 through No. 73

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
21-1593 9.Authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Agreement No. CFDA 14.239 with State of Nevada, Department of Business and Industry, Nevada Housing Division, for CBE No. 606019-21 for Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1614 10.Approve the award of Bid No. 605967-21, for Paul Meyer Park: Synthetic Turf Replacement Desert Breeze Park: Synthetic Turf Replacement Shadow Rock Park: Synthetic Turf Replacement to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required bonds and insurance. Staff recommends award to Sprinturf, LLC; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Lisa Kremer, Director of Real Property Management, advised of being in contact with the contractor to expedite the work schedule; the contract documents allowed 120 days for completion; and based on a schedule the contractor devised, the goal was to have the work completed within a 90-day period. Responding to a question from Commissioner Kirkpatrick, Ms. Kremer clarified the time allotted for completion, advised that the time frame for completion was contingent upon submission of the required bonds and insurance, and once the information was received, a Notice to Proceed could be issued. Corey Frye advised that of the parks scheduled for work, Desert Breeze Park had a master permit under Clark County for the little league and requested prioritization for the work to be done at that park as soon as possible.
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21-1653 11.Approve the award of Bid No. 605912-21, for Skeet Machine Replacement at Clark County Shooting Complex, to the sole bidder, contingent upon submission of the required insurance. Staff recommends award to Hansen Enterprises; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1654 12.Approve the award of Bid No. 605857-21, for Streetlight LED Phase 2 to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required bonds and insurance. Staff recommends award to L.L.O. Inc., dba Acme Electric; and acceptance of withdrawal of Bid received from Sturgeon Electric; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1655 13.Approve the award of Bid No. 605966-21, for Annual Requirements Contract for Office Furniture, Related Products and Support Services, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, contingent upon submission of the required insurance. Staff recommends award to Creative Design Studio LLC for Package 1 and Machabee Office Environments for Packages 2, 3, 4 and 5; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1662 14.Approve the award of Bid No. 606022-21, for Annual Requirements Contract for Ford Captive Parts, to the sole bidder. Staff recommends award to Silver State Ford dba Gaudin Ford; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1663 15.Authorize the Chair to sign an Amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with United States Geological Survey, for CBE No. 604682-17, for Desert Tortoise Predator-Prey Dynamics; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1664 16.Approve an Amendment to the Contract with Harris & Harris, Ltd., for RFP No. 603699-15, for Collection Agency Services for Las Vegas Justice Court; 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
   Town Services  Not available
21-1745 17.Note for the record the following Town Advisory Board (TAB) and/or Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) Minutes as listed below.Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Business License  Not available
21-1712 18.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Master Wireless Use License Agreement (MLA) between Clark County and Bell Atlantic Mobile Systems LLC, d/b/a Verizon Wireless, allowing Verizon Wireless to install its wireless communications equipment of streetlight poles to provide telecommunications services; and providing for other matters properly related thereto. Commission District: All (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1713 19.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a Wireless Communications Incentive Agreement between Clark County and Bell Atlantic Mobile Systems LLC, d/b/a Verizon Wireless, allowing Verizon Wireless to modify certain terms of its Master Wireless Use License Agreement regarding fees and terms; and providing for other matters properly related thereto. Commission District: All (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Social Service  Not available
21-1661 20.Ratify and authorize the Chair or her designee to sign sub-award agreements accepting funds from the State of Nevada, City of Las Vegas, City of Henderson and City of North Las Vegas for the Emergency Rental Assistance program; take any appropriate actions and accept any funds awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Environment and Sustainability  Not available
21-1681 21.Ratify the submission of three nomination packages to the Bureau of Land Management for funding under Round 19 of the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act: (1) Fine-scale Vegetation Map of Clark County, in the amount of $1,000,000, (2) Mark Recapture Surveys on Demography Plots, in the amount of $888,000, and (3) Muddy River Restoration, Phase II in the amount of $1,613,521, for a five-year period from date of award; authorize acceptance of funds, if awarded; and authorize the Director or her designee to execute any necessary documents related thereto. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1682 22.Set a public hearing on December 21, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. to approve, adopt, and authorize submittal of the proposed “Second Maintenance Plan for the 1997 Ozone NAAQS: Clark County, Nevada” to the State of Nevada and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for review and approval as a revision to the Nevada State Implementation Plan. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Parks & Recreation  Not available
21-1757 23.Authorize the submittal of a grant application to NFL Green Pro Bowl 2022 Community Greening for native trees and plants to be installed at Wetlands Nature Preserve. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1692 24.Authorize the Director of Aviation or her designee to sign agreements for Right of Entry, Grant of Easement, Building Access, Access to Equipment Easement, Revocable License and Maintenance and Special Construction Proposal documents, required by Central Telephone Company dba CenturyLink, CenturyLink Communications, LLC, City of North Las Vegas, Cox Communications Las Vegas, Inc., Moapa Valley Water District, MCImetro Access Transmission Services Corporation dba Verizon Access Transmission Services, Nevada Power Company dba NV Energy, and other public utilities for the installation, maintenance, operation, relocation, removal or upgrade of utility improvements on Airport owned property; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1693 25.Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation or her designee to sign the purchase and sale agreement, escrow instructions and related ministerial documents required to complete the acquisition process for Assessor's parcel numbers 162-33-101-003, 012, 015 and 162-28-402-007, 008, 009 generally located on the southeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Dewey Drive; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1694 26.Approve the award of Project 3023 A & B Gates Moving Walkway Removal (Project) and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the contract contingent upon the contractor providing both a labor and material bond and a performance bond as required by the contract documents; staff recommends award of the bid to Taylor International Corp. (William Mason, Secretary/Treasurer) the lowest responsive and responsible bidder; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1695 27.Approve and authorize the Director of Aviation to sign the First Amendment to the Contract (CBE-547) between Clark County and First Transit, Inc. (Bradley A. Thomas, President) to provide Shuttle Bus Operations and Maintenance for the LAS Rent-A-Car Center; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Public Works  Not available
21-1718 28.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a dedication in fee for portions of Clark County-owned (Public Works) property pertaining to Assessor's Parcel Nos. 126-36-101-014 and 126-36-101-015 as public rights-of-way for roadway and drainage purposes generally located along the Western Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway, south of Ann Road. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1719 29.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a dedication in fee for a portion of Clark County-owned (Public Works) property pertaining to Assessor's Parcel Nos. 163-19-601-042, 163-19-699-022, and 163-19-699-023, as public rights-of-way for roadway and drainage purposes generally located along the Western Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway, south of Flamingo Road. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1720 30.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a grant of easement between Clark County and United States of America, acting by and through the Secretary of the Air Force, for the construction and maintenance of traffic signal facilities on Assessor's Parcel No. 140-05-501-001 generally situated at the intersection of Craig Road and Salmon Drive. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1721 31.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign Supplemental No. 2 to the professional engineering services contract between Clark County and GCW, Inc. (Tim McCoy, President) for additional design engineering services and extension of the contract term for the Clark County 215 South Bruce Woodbury Beltway between Decatur Boulevard and Interstate 15 project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1722 32.Approve and authorize the County Manager or her designee to sign a professional surveying services contract between Clark County and Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc., a Kleinfelder company (Larry V. Carroll, Managing Principal), for construction land surveying services for the Russell Road between Stephanie Street and Boulder Highway and Hacienda Avenue between Nellis Boulevard and Stephanie Street project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1723 33.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 1 to the interlocal contract between Clark County and Regional Flood Control District to increase total funds for the Blue Diamond Channel 02 - Decatur Boulevard between Le Baron Channel and Richmar Avenue, Phase 1 project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1724 34.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 2 to the interlocal contract between Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District to reallocate funds and include entity design labor for the Duck Creek/Blue Diamond Road between Bermuda Road and Las Vegas Boulevard project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1725 35.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 7 to the interlocal contract between Clark County and the Regional Flood Control District to increase total funds for the Fairgrounds Detention Basin and Outfall project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1726 36.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign an interlocal contract between Clark County and Clark County Regional Flood Control District for the Blue Diamond Wash between Arville Street and Interstate 15 project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1727 37.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 1 to Interlocal Contract No. 1209 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada to increase total funds for additional design engineering services the Intersection Improvements Program: Fiscal Year 2021 project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1728 38.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 1 to Interlocal Contract No. 1231 among Clark County, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, City of Las Vegas, City of North Las Vegas, City of Henderson, City of Boulder City, and City of Mesquite, to increase total funds and extend the contract term for the Advanced Traffic Management System Maintenance project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1729 39.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Supplemental No. 4 to Interlocal Contract No. 973 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada to increase total funds for additional design engineering services the Traffic Safety Improvements Package No. 102 project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1730 40.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1319 among Clark County, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, City of Las Vegas, City of North Las Vegas, City of Henderson, City of Boulder City, and City of Mesquite for the RTC Traffic Signal Detection project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1731 41.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1339 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada for the Stephanie Street between Missouri Avenue and Russell Road project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1732 42.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Interlocal Contract No. 1340 between Clark County and Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada for the Hacienda Avenue Intelligent Transportation System between Decatur Boulevard and Polaris Avenue project. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1733 43.Rescind the resolution passed, adopted and approved on April 21, 2020; approve, adopt, and authorize the Chair to sign the resolution to recognize the Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon and Half Marathon as an annual event to be held the last Sunday in February; waive the 120-day time limitation for filing applications; and grant a waiver of Title 16, Section 16.06.060 - Restriction on streets and times for events on Las Vegas Boulevard South for a Special Event for the Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon and Half Marathon on the last Sunday in February in the years 2022 through 2032. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1678 44.Approve the applications for the Logandale Sports Complex, Indian Springs Park Improvements, and Southwest Ridge Bicycle Skills Park for funding consideration in the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act's Round 18 project funding cycle. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1708 45.Approve and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to execute the Land Lease Agreement (Lease) for ±1.25 acres of vacant land known as Assessor's Parcel Number 162-20-212-005 between Clark County and Monday's Dark, a 501(c)(3) non-profit to construct a performance arts event venue and community center and sign any other documents as necessary to complete the transaction and manage the Lease. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1709 46.Approve and authorize the liquor uses for Vin Sauvage, LLC, as Tenant, on Clark County-owned land leased to Beltway Business Park Warehouse No. 9, LLC, at 6900 South Decatur Boulevard, Suites 130 and 140, located at the southeast corner of Decatur Boulevard and I-215 Beltway. (For possible action)Deleted from Agenda Action details Not available
21-1710 47.Approve and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to sign a sublease agreement (Sublease) between Clark County and Changing Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation to sublease ±3,971 square feet of existing dental office space located at 1750 Wheeler Peak Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89106 (APN 139-21-416-011) known as the Enterprise Dental Clinic; and sign any other related documents to complete the transaction and manage the Sublease. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1711 48.Approve and authorize the Director of Real Property Management or her designee to sign Amendment I to the Interlocal Agreement between Clark County (County) and the City of North Las Vegas (CNLV) extending the Agreement six (6) months due to construction delays whereby the County allocated funds for CNLV to construct and operate a miniature train at Craig Ranch Regional Park located on a portion of CNLV-owned land at 628 West Craig Road, North Las Vegas, NV (APNs 139-03-102-007, 139-03-201-007/008/011/012, 139-04-503-002 and 139-04-602-002) and any other documents to complete the transaction. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1743 49.Adopt a policy that allows Clark County Real Property Management the authority to conduct Job Order Contracting in accordance with policy guidelines, Senate Bill 67 of the 2021 Nevada Legislature, and applicable Federal, State and Local codes and regulations; authorize the Director of Real Property Management or designee to identify projects for the purpose of processing and executing Job Orders in accordance with its Standard Operation Procedure and conditions of the Job Order Contract; and take any actions deemed necessary. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Budget & Finance  Not available
21-1702 50.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
21-1699 51.In accordance with NRS 354.598005, authorize the June 2021 transfer of appropriations between functions within various funds as shown on Exhibit B. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1700 52.Approve and authorize the obligation of $255,000 in Coronavirus State and Local Government Fiscal Recovery Funds (Fiscal Recovery Funds) for general fund revenue replacement to fund government services and approve the allocation of $255,000 in Clark County Community Recovery Outside Agency Grant (OAG) Funds; authorize the County Manager or her designee to execute the required grant resolutions per NRS 244.1505; or take other action deemed appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Moapa Valley Fire Protection District (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the Moapa Valley Fire Protection District Board of Fire Commissioners)  Not available
21-1759 53.Ratify the agreement entered into by the Fire Chief with MountainView Hospital for the Paramedic Training Program; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1758 54.Ratify the submisssion of the grant application for the FFY 21 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) in the amount of $28,000 for a Multi Casualty project to prepare Moapa Valley Fire Protection District for any act of terrorism within the district jurisdiction or surrounding areas; approve and authorize Fire Chief to sign the grant assurances and award documents and accept any funds awarded from the State of Nevada Division of Emergency Management. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   Clark County Water Reclamation District (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the CCWRD Board of Trustees)  Not available
21-1717 55.Receive and accept the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report prepared by the accounting firm of BDO USA, LLP for the audit of the financial statements of the Clark County Water Reclamation District for fiscal year 2021; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (Board of County Commissioners sitting as the UMC Hospital Board of Trustees)  Not available
21-1701 56.Approve an offer of judgment to be served upon Plaintiffs Dominador M. Corpuz, Estrelita R. Corpuz, and the Estate of Derral Berny Ramos Corpuz in the matter of District Court Case A-17-758800-C, entitled Dominador M. Corpuz, et al. vs. University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, et al.; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute any necessary settlement documents in accordance with the terms of the offer of judgment. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1703 57.Approve an offer of judgment to be served upon Plaintiff Linda Gretzinger in the matter of District Court Case A-17-763507-C, entitled Linda Gretzinger vs. University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, et al.; and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute any necessary settlement documents in accordance with the terms of the offer of judgment. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1683 58.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the correction of the 2018-2019 thru 2021-2022 Secured and the 2018-2019 thru 2021-2022 Unsecured Assessment Roll AR-1207-21-22 and order the corrections to be made. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1670 59.Approve, adopt and authorize the Chair to sign a resolution designating new evaluation areas for Clark County's Redevelopment Agency in accordance with NRS 279.520, and authorize staff to conduct the evaluation of the designated areas. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1680 60.Set the minimum compensation for the Clark County Justices of the Peace; or take other action as appropriate. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1648 61.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the City of Mesquite, Nevada, to open and maintain a branch Office of the County Clerk in Mesquite; and designate and authorize the Mesquite branch office to issue marriage licenses. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1668 62.Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Resolution Joining in the Request of the District Attorney for the Assistance of the Attorney General, and if the Attorney General is unable to assist, authorizing the Office of Appointed Counsel to Appoint a Special Prosecutor. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1698 63.Approve the submission and ratify a Coronavirus Relief Fund grant from the Nevada Supreme Court for $508,567.79 for Eighth Judicial District Court COVID-19 related projects. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1679 64.Receive the report of donations accepted by the Clark County Department of Family Services (DFS), including the Southern Nevada Children's Assessment Center, from July 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021, for the use and benefit of DFS and the children and families it serves. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1684 65.Ratify the acceptance of the subaward grant in the amount of $56,690,808 from the State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to provide Adoption, Foster Care and Guardianship administration and placement costs of Child Welfare Services effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022; and authorize the Administrator or his designee to sign grant documents related thereto. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1696 66.On behalf of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), ratify the submission of the FFY21 State of Nevada Emergency Response Commission Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Grant application in the amount of $35,200 for training; authorize the Chair to the sign application and certified assurances; authorize the LEPC Chair to sign grant documents; and accept any funds awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1697 67.On behalf of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), ratify the submission of the FFY21 State of Nevada Emergency Response Commission Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Grant application in the amount of $6,500 for training; authorize the Chair to sign the application and certified assurances; authorize the LEPC Chair to sign grant documents; and accept any funds awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1687 68.Approve and authorize the submission of the Fiscal Year 2023 Supreme Court of Nevada General Fund appropriation funding application for $69,080 to the Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts for the enhancement of the Veterans Treatment Court program within Justice Court, Las Vegas Township; and authorize acceptance of any funding awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1688 69.Approve and authorize the submission of the Fiscal Year 2023 Supreme Court of Nevada Fee-Based funding appropriation application for $383,575 to the Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts for the enhancement of the Drug Court program within Justice Court, Las Vegas Township; and authorize acceptance of any funding awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1689 70.Approve and authorize the submission of the Fiscal Year 2023 Supreme Court of Nevada General Fund appropriation funding application for $178,210 to the Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts for the enhancement of the Drug Court program within Justice Court, Las Vegas Township; and authorize acceptance of any funding awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1690 71.Approve and authorize the submission of the Fiscal Year 2023 Supreme Court of Nevada Fee-based funding appropriation application for $145,865 to the Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts for the enhancement of the DUI Treatment Court program within Justice Court, Las Vegas Township; and authorize acceptance of any funding awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1691 72.Approve and authorize the submission of the Fiscal Year 2023 Supreme Court of Nevada Fee-Based funding appropriation application for $111,175 to the Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts for the enhancement of the DUI Treatment Court program within Justice Court, Las Vegas Township; and authorize acceptance of any funding awarded. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-1760 73.Approve the Clark County Contract Employee Benefits Policy, which outlines benefits provided to contract employees. (For possible action)Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
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21-1738 74.Conduct a public hearing and approve, adopt and authorize the Chair to sign a resolution approving the issuance by the Arizona Industrial Development Authority, in one or more series, of taxable bonds and/or tax-exempt 501(c)(3) revenue bonds on behalf of QCF/I, Inc., a 501(c)(3) healthcare organization, in an amount not to exceed $640,000,000, in order to finance the acquisition, construction, expansion, rehabilitation, renovation and equipping of hospital facilities located in Nevada and Texas, including the Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital located at 3223 S. Maryland Pkwy and 3247 S. Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109, to which not more than $300,000,000 will be allocable. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Ed Uehling inquired how the money would be spent, and hoped more information regarding the project would be released. Commissioner Kirkpatrick clarified that a local public hearing was required for the resolution, but the County did not have control of the funds. Michael Salem advised that the purpose of the bonds allowed investors to invest in and allow QCF/I Inc., a non-profit health care organization to acquire the Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital; Signature Health would continue to operate the hospital and there would be no changes or expansion to the hospital. Responding to a question from Commissioner Segerblom, Mr. Salem advised that an amount not to exceed had to be set and a purchase price had not yet been set; and further advised that with the non-profit status, the hospital would be able to add additional services and programs including, but not limited to, Hope for Heroes.
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21-1739 75.Conduct a public hearing and approve, adopt and authorize the Chair to sign a resolution approving the issuance by the Public Finance Authority (Wisconsin), in one or more series, of tax-exempt 501(c)(3) revenue and revenue refunding bonds in an amount not to exceed $70,000,000 in order to a) finance the acquisition of, and capital improvements to, an approximately 16.59 acre parcel of land bordered by South Hualapai Way, Discovery Drive, Breakthrough Way and West Twain Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89135 for educational facilities for use by Roseman University of Health Sciences, (b) current refund the Public Finance Authority Revenue Bonds (Roseman University of Health Sciences Project), Series 2012, (c) fund a debt service reserve fund for the Bonds, (d) fund interest on the Bonds, and (e) pay all or a portion of the costs of issuance of the Bonds. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Doug Dawes of Roseman University advised that the resolution assisted in lowering the costs of the bonds; property was acquired in Summerlin to build out the campus; and there would be no liability to the County.
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  SEC. 8.INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES  Not available
   This item is for introduction only. A date and time will be set for a public hearing. No public comments will be heard at this time.  Not available
21-1706 76.Introduce an ordinance amending Clark County Code Chapter 2.40 to update provisions regarding the establishment and administration of a county merit personnel system; and providing for other matters relating thereto; and set a public hearing. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled, and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 12-7-21-1).
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21-1716 77.Introduce an ordinance amending the Clark County Code to change references from "McCarran Airport" to "Harry Reid International Airport", and providing for other provisions related thereto; and set a public hearing. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled, and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 12-7-21-2).
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21-1669 78.Introduce an ordinance to extend the termination date of the redevelopment plan adopted on December 16, 2003, to 45 years after the original date of adoption pursuant to NRS 279.439 and providing for other matters properly related thereto; and set a public hearing. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled, and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 12-7-21-3).
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21-1714 79.Introduce an ordinance to amend Title 7, Chapter 24.010 of the Clark County Code to provide that a certificate to operate a business under an assumed or fictitious name may be filed with the county clerk without notarization; and providing for other matters properly relating thereto; and to set a public hearing. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled, and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 12-7-21-4).
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21-1715 80.Introduce an ordinance to amend Title 2, Chapters 32.025, 32.20, and 34.010, to accord with recent legislation and existing Nevada law related to the fees chargeable by the county clerk for the issuance of marriage licenses and certificate of marriages and the fees chargeable by the commissioner of civil marriages for the solemnization of marriages; to amend the purposes for which the clerk’s technology fee may be used; and providing for other matters properly related thereto; and to set a public hearing. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled, and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 12-7-21-5).
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21-1577 81.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 Segerblom advised of a holiday clean-up and coat drive at Hollywood Park Recreation Center on December 11, 2021. Commissioner Gibson advised that on Saturday, December 11, 2021, a drive-up grocery giveaway would be held at the Hinman Elementary School; the giveaway was held on the second Saturday of each month; and proof of Nevada residency was required. Commissioner McCurdy advised of attending the Kindergarten - 8th grade dedication at Jo Mackey iLead Academy for the Digital Sciences, the first K-8 school in Clark County; Wobble with the Commissioner was held on November 18, 2021 at the Pearson Community Center; with Assemblywoman Dina Neal, Movie in the Park was held on November 19, 2021 at the Macedonia Church; with Commissioner Gibson, attended How to do Business at the Airport workshop, held at McCarran International Airport on November 30, 2021; attended the grand opening of the Westside Legacy Park which was a joint effort between the County and the City of Las Vegas; will attend with Congressman Horsford, La Posada de Las Vegas to be held on December 11, 2021 at the Walnut Recreation Center; and a celebration of the holidays will be held on December 16 , 2021 at the Pearson Community Center for students from schools in District D. Commissioner Naft advised of attending, with Commissioner Jones and Governor Sisolak, the celebration of 47 additional acres to the James Regional Sports Complex on November 20, 2021; and further advised that the Clark County Recorder’s Office kiosk returned to the Laughlin Administrative Office. Commissioner Jones attended, with Commissioner Miller, the opening of the Ronald McDonald House and thanked John Kernahan for the donation of the land; with the Just One Project, hosted a turkey drive; hosted the Sandy Valley Festival; and advised of partnering with the Spring Valley Area Command for Winter Wonderland on December 11, 2021 at Cashman Park. Commissioner Kirkpatrick remembered Carole Vilardo, a board member on the Debt Management Commission and former president of the Nevada Taxpayers Association, who passed on December 5, 2021, and spoke of her many accomplishments; spoke of several hundred plants and trees donated to District B from the Electric Daisy Carnival and thanked the Las Vegas Speedway for tending to the trees prior to donation; advised of participating in a western themed Festival of Trees in Moapa Valley; prepared Thanksgiving dinner for 300 people at Carefree Manufactured Home; participated in a turkey giveaway with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police at Eagle Trace, and orchestrated a sports clinic; spoke of the partnering of seniors and pre-school children for lunch and holiday festivities in the Moapa Valley; the Aliante Lunch ‘n Learn was scheduled for later in December; advised of the Cora Coleman Christmas Dinner; a Deputy of the U.S. Treasury visited District B to review the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) money distribution and recognized Clark County for the CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP); the Southern Nevada Health District submitted a $40 million dollar grant to update systems and offer public health services; requested a schedule for B.I.S. regarding Republic Services from Yolanda King, County Manager; and advised that after the first of the year, a working group would be formed with the Las Vegas Fire Department to put a system in place for coverage of special events.
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21-1740 82.Approve, adopt and authorize the Chair to sign a Resolution making a finding that no increase in ad valorem is anticipated for the payment of the “Clark County, Nevada, General Obligation (Limited Tax) Bond Bank Refunding Bonds (Additionally Secured by SNWA Pledged Revenues), Series 2022", in the maximum principal amount of $85,000,000 for the term thereof and requesting the Debt Management Commission to convene to approve the finding. (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-1675 83.Appoint two qualified individuals to serve as members of the Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife for three-year terms from December 7, 2021 to November 14, 2024, from the following list of qualified individuals: Alexander Knox Harper, Brian Patterson, Jason Wasden, John Hiatt, Steven Junge, Kelsey Anderson, and Molly DiBlasi. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, it was moved by Commissioner Jim Gibson and carried by unanimous vote that the recommendation (including the appointments of John Hiatt and Brian Patterson to serve three-year terms from December 7, 2021 to November 14, 2024) be approved. Following the motion, Commissioner Kirkpatrick advised of speaking with the State Wildlife Board to focus on the placement of habitats that would allow animals access to water; and requested quarterly reports from the Advisory Board for the upcoming year. Commissioner Gibson advised that the shooting contest was not supported by the Advisory Board as that Board did not feel that rule-making was warranted; a hearing had been held by the Advisory Board to discuss the allowance of fishing at Wetlands Park but a decision had not been reached; there were issues that affected both residents and wildlife; and qualifications were in the statutes regarding the selection of Advisory Board members.
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21-1737 84.Appoint 1 qualified individual to serve on the Enterprise Town Advisory Board for the remainder of a two-year term ending January 2, 2023, from the list of following applicants: Alison Cormier and Justin Maffett. (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-1734 85.Receive an update from Clark County Public Works regarding the planned construction activity by the County and Las Vegas Valley Water District along Las Vegas Boulevard between the Clark County 215 Bruce Woodbury Beltway and Sahara Avenue; and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) Submitted: 1. Las Vegas Boulevard Improvements, I-215 to Sahara Avenue, Project Phasing (1 page) 2. Las Vegas Boulevard Improvements, Tropicana Avenue to Flamingo Road (Phase E&F), Construction Phasing, (1 page) submitted by Staff SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Kaizad Yazdani, Deputy Director of Public Works, provided a background of the project; advised that the project was 90% complete; spoke of various projects in process along Las Vegas Boulevard, both current and future improvements; will coordinate the various project phases with the property owners to minimize traffic issues in the Strip corridor; the dates of completion of the various phases could be subject to change in coordination with other projects; spoke of other projects and improvements along the Strip corridor; and advised of the Nevada Department of Transportation’s (NDOT) work along I-15. Responding to a question from Commissioner Naft, advised of coordinating with NDOT for weekly project updates; the contractor was restricted on how many lanes could be closed for improvements; and there would be no construction during special events. In response to a question from Commissioner Jones, spoke of notifying property owners to ascertain if the various properties were going perform site improvements using private contractors, and advised that the work by private contractors had to be completed within 180 days; spoke regarding the design of the pedestrian bridge at the Bellagio Hotel, and the challenges of pedestrian and roadway construction; the roadway near the Sahara Hotel should be completed by February 2022, and would not impact the pedestrian bridge being installed by the City of Las Vegas; and construction hours were set very early in the morning so there would be limited impact to traffic in the Strip corridor. Responding to a question from Commissioner Kirkpatrick, advised that the City of Las Vegas was utilizing a circular pedestrian bridge and an item could be presented before the Board with more information regarding that, at a later date; spoke regarding current and future improvements along Koval Lane which would include widening the street to six lanes; advised of a website which indicated an outreach program to alert vendors of street closings along arterial roadways, and message boards along I-15 alerted traffic to special events and road improvements. Responding to a question from Commissioner Gibson, spoke regarding the construction phases along I-15 by NDOT; start dates for improvement projects along the Strip Corridor could change dependent upon improvements being performed by NDOT on I-15; and advised that due to the on-going shipping issues, some materials were taking longer to arrive. Lynnette Russell, Project Manager for NDOT, advised that a design build contractor, Kiewit, was selected and would work in conjunction with Atkins North America on the I-15 improvements commencing in 2022; spoke of the various phases of work to be performed; advised that May, 2024 was the target completion date for all construction and improvements; and in response to a question from Commissioner Kirkpatrick, advised that approximately 90% of the individuals and companies assigned to the projects were local residents.
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21-1707 86.Receive an update from Administrative Services on the 2022-2023 interim legislative period and changes thereto and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DOCUMENT(S) Submitted: 1. AB443 (2021) Joint Interim Standing Committees (1 page) submitted by staff DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Joanna Jacob, Government Affairs Manager, provided a brief update regarding changes made to the Nevada Legislature’s interim period due to the passing of Assembly Bill 443; advised that the goal of the bill was to provide continuity; provided information on the joint interim standing committees; the Lobbying Team would cover the interim as if there was a Legislative session; session updates would be provided to the departments and to the Board; and bills had been reserved for public lands, child welfare, and juvenile justice. In response to a question from Commissioner Kirkpatrick, Kevin Schiller, Deputy County Manager, advised that child welfare and juvenile justice was split between two committees. Commissioner Kirkpatrick requested a discussion regarding a wrap-around service for the needs of residents; advised of a meeting with Ms. Jacob and Ms. Kremer to discuss Senate Bill 67, regarding the awarding of contracts for public works; and further advised that the next workshop would be held on December 13, 2021 in the Commission Chambers.
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21-1754 87.Review the performance of County Manager Yolanda T. King for the period covering December 2020 through December 2021; and take any action deemed appropriate. (For possible action)

Agenda note: DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, Ms. King provided a list of initiatives and accomplishments, including issues raised due to the ongoing pandemic; advised that the work in 2021 demonstrated to residents that the County was a safety net, particularly with human services, and the wellbeing of all residents. The Board spoke of the many accomplishments of Ms. King, and thanked her and her staff for their hard work, especially during the pandemic; and was commended for being a member of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA).
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21-1578 88.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)

Agenda note: Commissioner Kirkpatrick advised there was no closed session.
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   PUBLIC COMMENTS Comments by the General Public

Agenda note: At this time, Chair Kirkpatrick asked if there were any persons present wishing to be heard on any items not on the agenda as posted. SPEAKER(S): Present Daniel Braisted spoke regarding outside lighting at the airport which was kept on during daylight hours; COVID vaccine, vitamins, and proper hydration; and the possibility of conflict resolution classes being held in high schools. Shannon Salter spoke in opposition to the Yellow Pine Solar Project being built on Tacopa Springs Road. Commissioner Kirkpatrick advised that virtual hearings on the Rough Hat Solar Project would be held on December 15 and December 16, 2021; and further advised of a Legislative energy committee where utility corridors and laws were established. Ed Uehling spoke regarding the uniqueness of Clark County; private companies versus the government with regards to the pandemic and building the economy; and remembered Stephen Covey. There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, at the hour of 11:26 a.m., Chair Kirkpatrick recessed the meeting to the hour of 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 8, 2021 for the Zoning agenda.
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