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Sparks City Council Meeting 8/14/2017

General Business: 9.4

Title: Consideration and possible approval of a claim for reimbursement of moving expenses related to the construction of the North Truckee Drain Realignment Phase 3 project, by Soil Tech, a lessee of 2090 Kleppe Lane, Unit C, in the amount of $62,631.61.
Petitioner/Presenter: John A. Martini, P.E., Community Services Director/Andrew Hummel, P.E., Utility Manager
Recommendation: Staff recommends Council approve the claim for reimbursement.
Financial Impact: $62,631.61 in North Truckee Drain Phase 3 16-6800 Fund 1641. $8,586,967 budget authority remains in 16-6800.
Total Costs: $62,631.61
Fund: Storm Drains Cap Proj Fund    Account: 604130
Program: North Truckee Drain Phase 3 (16-6800)
Amount: $62,631.61    Budget Status: Over Budget (See Budget Correction Plan)
Budget Correction Plan:
Budget will be moved to FY17
Business Impact (Per NRS 237):
    
A Business Impact Statement is not required because this is not a rule.
Agenda Item Brief:

The claim covers moving expenses from the existing yard at Kleppe Lane, which is significantly impacted by the North Truckee Drain Phase 3 construction, to a temporary yard at UNR Farms.  Refer to attachments for claim back-up information.



Background:

Soil Tech leases 2090 Kleppe Lane, Unit C and yard space, from the Star Professional Building owned by the Krugs’ and Bellons’.  The yard space has historically been used for nursery operations, weed management and re-vegetation equipment.  Construction activities for North Truckee Drain Phase 3 have caused their yard space to be temporarily unusable.  Soil Tech has relocated their nursery operations and equipment to UNR Farms.  A claim was submitted to the City for reimbursement of the moving expenses, as well as the erecting of a temporary nursery facility.  



Analysis:

The claim for reimbursement, the itemized breakdown of Soil Tech’s expenses, and Soil Tech’s lease agreement at the Kleppe Lane property are attached to the agenda item for Council’s review.



Alternatives:
  1. City Council could approve claim for reimbursement as outlined by Staff.
  2. City Council could reject the claim for reimbursement and provide direction to the City Manager.


Recommended Motion:

I move to approve the claim for reimbursement of moving expenses by Soil Tech in the amount of $62,631.61.



Attached Files:
     02_Expense Documentation.pdf
     03_Lease Attachment 2090 Kleppe C.pdf
     01_Soil-Tech Relocation Expense Claim.pdf

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