Sparks City Council Meeting 4/22/2013
Monday, April 22, 2013 2:00 PM
City Council Chambers, Legislative Building, 745 Fourth St, Sparks, NV
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
Invocation Speaker: Pastor Barb West
Sparks Church of the Nazarene
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Comments from the Public
- Approval of the Agenda – Consideration of taking items out of sequence, deleting items and adding items which require action upon a finding that an emergency exists
3. Recommendation to Approve Minutes of
- 3.1 Consideration and possible approval of the minutes of the regular Sparks City Council Meeting for April 8, 2013 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
4. Announcements, Presentations, Recognition Items and Items of Special Interest
- 4.1 Proclamation "Autism Awareness Month"
- 4.2 Proclamation "National Bike Month & Bike to Work Week"
- 4.3 Proclamation "Older Americans Month"
- 4.4 Proclamation "National Nursing Home Week"
- 4.5 Proclamation "Arbor Day"
- 4.6 Proclamation "Nevada Moves Day"
- 4.7 Presentation by the Sparks Citizens Advisory Committee on Sparks Citizen’s Survey Results and introduction of new members
- 4.8 Presentation by Load IQ, as part of the new business monthly information presentations coordinated by C4Cube Executive Director Lynne Keller.
5. Consent Items
- 5.1 Report of Claims and Bills approved for payment and appropriation transfers for the period March 21, 2013 through April 3, 2013. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 5.2 Consideration, review and acceptance of the receipt of grant and/or donation money which is individually under $5,000. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 5.3 2013 State Emergency Response Commission Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant acceptance for Continuing Challenge Hazardous Materials Conference. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 5.4 Consideration and possible approval of a Third Amended Interlocal Agreement Regarding the Purchase of Water Rights Pursuant to Truckee River Water Quality Settlement Agreement between Washoe County, the City of Reno, and the City of Sparks (A-2311). (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 5.5 Consideration and possible approval of a Reversion to Acreage Map for Jose and Melba Talancon. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 5.6 Consideration and possible approval to purchase six M7300 Mobile Radios from Dailey-Wells Communications in the amount of $27,591.06. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
6. General Business
- 6.1 Possible review and approval of amended Sparks Legislative Platform (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 6.2 Consideration and possible approval to submit for a Nevada Division of Emergency Management (NVDEM) Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) for the Federal Fiscal Year 2012 in the amount of $80,271.00 (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 6.3 Consideration, discussion, and possible approval of fiscal year 2013-2014 budget recommendations and fiscal items including 1) the City Manager’s recommendations for the City of Sparks final budget; 2) the City’s property tax rate; and 3) the proposed five year Capital Improvement Plan. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
7. Public Hearing and Action Items Unrelated to Planning and Zoning
8. Planning and Zoning Public Hearings and Action Items
- 8.1 Public Hearing, 2nd Reading, discussion and possible action of CA-5-12 Bill No. 2656 an ordinance by the City of Sparks amending Title 20 of the Sparks Municipal Code to permit more than five residents receiving adult care in a residential district when permitted by building and fire codes and other matters properly related thereto. (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 8.2 Consideration and possible action regarding the Planning Commission’s action to approve PCN12022, a Special Use Permit request to allow for a 201 room resort hotel/casino on a site approximately 12.6 acres in size in the NUD (New Urban District – The Legends at Sparks Marina Planned Development) zoning district generally located at 100 Legends Bay Drive, Sparks, NV. (CONTINUED FROM THE APRIL 8, 2013 COUNCIL MEETING) (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
9. Closed Door Sessions
- 9.1 Possible motion to conduct labor relations proceeding. (Closed per NRS 288.220) (FOR POSSIBLE ACTION)
- 10.1 Comments from the Public
- 10.2 Comments from City Council and City Manager