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July 6, 2006 The Honorable Board of Lyon County Commissioners met this day in regular session with the following present: Chairman Bob Milz, Vice-Chair Phyllis Hunewill, Commissioners Don Tibbals, LeRoy
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July 6, 2006 The Honorable Board of Lyon County Commissioners met this day in regular session with the following present: Chairman Bob Milz, Vice-Chair Phyllis Hunewill, Commissioners Don Tibbals, LeRoy Goodman and Chet Hillyard. Also present: County Manager Donna Kristaponis, Comptroller Josh Foli, District Attorney Leon Aberasturi, Clerk/Treasurer Nikki Bryan and Deputy Clerk Joanne Sarkisian. 1. Review and adoption of agenda County Manager Donna Kristaponis stated that the location on item #12b should be changed to the Lyon County Fairgrounds, 100 East Hwy 95A, Yerington, NV. The agenda was accepted as amended. 9:00 A.M. - Time specific - Recognition of Lyon County employees with 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service by the Board of County Commissioners The following employees were recognized for their years of service: 25 Years: 20 Years: 15 Years: Enochson, Barbara L. Cadwallader, Russell C. Bartels, Katherine A. King, Charlotte Glass, Hugh M. Depaoli, Debra M. Brown, Roger K. Rodeman, Pamela Hillyard, Chester LaVoie, Edrie Cid, Elaine C. Rye, Cherie C. Lange, Michael L. McKnight, Tara Cupp, James W. JR Stanton, Kirk Oberg, Dolores C. Page, Jeffery Arnold Dawley, Brynn E. Thomas, Katherine Vidal, Frances R. Frade, Deborah L. Hall, Robin D. VanDalinda,Thomas Huizar, Jack L. 10 Years: 5 Years: Fowler, Marla M. Aberasturi, Leon A. Lynch Daniel J. Freeland, Becky S. Beckett, Cathy M. Miller, Howard J. Hughes, Bobbie J. Bennett, Robert J. Moffitt, Marcia B. Malarchik, Nicholas A. Brigham, Jeanne Diane Ortiz, Amanda A. Milligan, Dennis T. Fleckenstein, Scott M. Ray, Christine Peacher, Patricia L. Gray, Catherine A. Rogers, William G. Rye, Stephen B. Haas, Stephanie A. Smith, Christine R. Kelley, Sean G. Smith, Paula Linich, Elizabeth G. Zierenberg, Pamela D. 2. Public participation Central Lyon County Fire District Chief John Gillenwater and Lieutenant Jeff Page of the Lyon County Sheriff s office gave an update on the current fire season. They showed maps and pictures of several fires. Road Manager Gary Fried commended the team effort in the response to the fires. 9:30 A.M. - Bill No , an ordinance amending Lyon County Code Title 3, Chapter 01; amending Mason Advisory Council to include additional areas; amending Smith Valley Park and Recreational Advisory Council jurisdictional areas by clarifying the description; and establishing the Smith Valley Advisory Council and Dayton Valley Events Center Advisory Council jurisdictional areas; dissolving the Stagecoach Park and Recreation Advisory Council District Attorney Leon Aberasturi presented the proposed ordinance. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve the ordinance as presented. Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. CONSENT AGENDA 3. Discussion and possible approval of changes on Assessor s tax role due to corrections in assessments and review of tax roll changes 4. Review and possible approval of business license applications 1 July 6, 2006 a. Pace, Richard T.; All Heart Home Health Care; 42 Diamondback Way, Ste. A, Mound House, NV; Living Assistance Bathing, Cleaning, Etc. b. Smith, James W.; Anderson, Leon E.; Anderson, Edna I.; Anderson Pump Company; W. Robertson Blvd., Chowchilla, CA; Construction & Installation of Pump Stations c. Bolt, Julie Ann; Julie Ann Bolt Real Estate Agent; 2817 Hwy 208, Wellington, NV; Independent Real Estate Agent for Pinion Pines Realty II d. Wiseman, Carole & Lester; Camel Barn Antiques and Such; 200 Pike Street, Dayton, NV; Name Change ONLY! (Adding and Such to existing name) e. Riley, James T.; Country Auto Service; 180 Hwy 50 East, Dayton, NV; Location Change ONLY! f. Curtis, Brent & Jeanne; Curtis & Sons Construction, Inc.; 1201 S. Orchard Road, Gardnerville, NV; Change of Entity to Corporation and Change of Location ONLY! g. Edmunds, Gary W.; Edmunds, Fred M. & Janice; Edmunds Construction Inc.; 1093 Azul Way, Gardnerville, NV; Framing & Construction h. Abbott, Timothy G. & Darla J.; Exactly Group, Inc.; 4775 Lemon Street, Silver Springs, NV; Transportation Consulting & Data Entry i. Hopkins, Thomas E. & Kurtis T.; H & S Trucking, LLC; 17 Cowee Drive, Mound House, NV; Transportation of Construction Supplies j. Smith, Craig E. & Tatara, Alex S.; Horizon Window Fashions, LLC; 2500 N. Valley Road, Unit C-1, Reno, NV; Sales/Installation/Repair of Window Covering k. Kluck, Lacey T. & Sheppard, Adrienne L.; Little Blessings; 709 Red Jacket Road, Dayton, NV; In-home Childcare (4) Children ONLY! l. Guzman, Armando & Guillermina, Loyola Ana; Mi Ranchito Market; 16 St. Route 208, Yerington, NV; Mini Market m. Nall, James; Macy, Gary; Johnston, Robert; Interlocking Software Corporation; Powder Hill Place NE, Poulsbo, WA; Software Systems & Consulting Services n. Jacobsen, William; William Jacobsen Real Estate Agent; 2817 Hwy 208, Wellington, NV; Independent Real Estate Agent for Pinion Pines Realty II o. White, Sheri; Lasting Impressions by Sheri White; 111 Creekside Drive, Dayton, NV; Wedding/Event Planning p. Mc Coy, J.C. & Gloria; Mc Coy s Motorsports; E. Hwy 50, Mound House, NV; Name Change ONLY! (Removal of American Performance ) q. McGilvray, Lisa; 188 Ring Road, Dayton, NV; Massage Therapy (on an out-call basis) r. Cuadros, Jim & Janice; Pacific Forest Products; 54 Cygnet Drive, Mound House, NV; Wholesale Lumber Sales s. Nall, James; Macy, Gary; Johnston, Robert; Paladin Data Systems Corporation; Powder Hill Place NE, Poulsbo, WA; Software Systems & Consulting Services t. Bohler, Steven; Pinion Pines Realty II; 2817 Hwy 208, Wellington, NV; Change in Location ONLY! u. Rasmussen, David E.; Rollapart Buildings, Inc.; 2815 Cushman Road, Fallon, NV; Manufacture & Install Metal Buildings & General Contractor v. Lee, Steve D. & Margaret C.; S. Lee Home Maintenance & Repair LTD; 230 E. Sky Ranch Blvd., Sparks, NV; General Contractor (Reinstatement after revocation) w. Meek, Scott & Donna Mae; Scott Meek & Son Concrete Co., Inc.; 2340 E. 5 th Street, Reno, NV; Change of Officers ONLY! x. Pasto, John; SOS Computers; 1501 Riverpark Parkway, Dayton, NV; Computer Repair and Consultation on Site y. Spencer, Robin K.; Spencer s Taxidermy; 928 Nicole Street, Dayton, NV; Change of Location ONLY! z. Wells, Robert W. & Susan S.; Swell Service; 2705 Ramsey Street, Silver Springs, NV; Computer Consulting/Support & Clerical 5. Award the Crack Sealer Bid to Construction Sealant and Supply in the amount of $30, July 6, 2006 6. Accept grant award from the Division for Aging Services in the amount of $36,965 to provide Senior Nutrition Transportation 7. Approve $3, payment for Lyon County s portion of FY 2006/2007 Hobbs, Ong and Associates contract with Nevada Association of Counties 8. Renew Bureau of Land Management Lease N-43265, which will expire November 9, 2006, for an additional five years for the Dayton Valley Youth Center (Rodeo Grounds) 9. Approve the annual resolution of the Lyon County Board of Commissioners to designate the number of cents on each one hundred dollars of property tax levied for each fund and authorize the levy of the tax required for FY Review and accept travel claims as presented by Comptroller Travel claims totaled $3, and registrations totaled $ Review and accept County claims and financial report as presented by Comptroller County claims totaled $4,659, and payroll totaled $917, Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve the consent agenda excluding items #5, #8, #9 and #11. Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to award the bid for the crack sealer in item #5 to Construction Sealant and Supply in the amount of $30,300. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve the renewal of the BLM lease in item #8 as presented. Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve the resolution designating the number of cents on each one hundred dollars of property tax in item #9 as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. Comptroller Josh Foli answered questions from the Board regarding the County claims. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve item #11 as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded the motion and it passed unanimously 5-0. **END OF CONSENT AGENDA** A BREAK WAS TAKEN AT THIS TIME 10:00 A.M. - Bill No , an ordinance amending Lyon County Code Title 4, Chapter 06, Subchapter 01, to recognize the merger of the Smith Valley and Mason Valley Townships into the Walker River Township for purposes of assessing an administrative assessment fee upon defendants found guilty of misdemeanors before the Justice of the Peace District Attorney Leon Aberasturi presented this ordinance as a clean up item. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously July 6, 2006 RECESS TO CONVENE AS THE LIQUOR BOARD FOR LYON COUNTY 12. Review and possible approval of temporary liquor license application a. Soroptimist International; Mason Valley Onion Festival; Lyon County Fairgrounds, 100 East Hwy 95A, Yerington, NV; Temporary Liquor Permit for: July 28 & 29, 2006 ONLY! (AND) Lyon County Fair and Rodeo; Lyon County Fairgrounds, 100 East Hwy 95A, Yerington, NV; Temporary Liquor Permit for: August 17-20, 2006 ONLY! b. Yerington Lions Club; Mason Valley Onion Festival; New Fire Station, #1 Hardie Lane, Smith, NV; Temporary Liquor Permit for: July 28 & 29, 2006 ONLY! The location of item #12b was changed to the Lyon County Fairgrounds, 100 East Hwy 95A, Yerington, NV. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to approve items #12a & #12b as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously Review and possible approval of liquor license applications a. Guzman, Armando L.; Mi Ranchito Market; 16 Hwy 208, Yerington, NV; Package Goods Business License Deputy Pamela Rodeman presented this item to the Board. She answered questions regarding the report and recommendation made to the Board by the investigator. Comm. Tibbals made a motion to approve as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. ADJOURN TO RECONVENE AS THE LYON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 14. Discussion and possible action to recommend economic development incentives to the Nevada Commission on Economic Development for Sierra Stainless Larie Trippet, Business Development Manager for Northern Nevada Development Authority, presented this item. He is requesting a letter of support from the Board regarding this application. Comm. Hunewill stated that given the short period of time allowed to peruse this report she feels a letter of support is not possible at this time. She suggested that the NNDA go forward on a state level without a letter from the Board. Comm. Goodman commented that the 15 days mandated by the legislature regarding items being presented to county and/or city authorities creates a problem for the Development Authority. Mr. Trippet then commented that at a minimum the commission requires a letter from the County acknowledging the application for economic incentives. Comm. Goodman made a motion to authorize a letter of support and acknowledgement for economic development incentives for Sierra Stainless. Comm. Hillyard seconded and the motion passed 3-2 by majority (Tibbals and Hunewill opposed). 15. Discussion and possible action to recommend economic development incentives to the Nevada Commission on Economic Development for Cable Connection Larie Trippet, Business Development Manager for Northern Nevada Development Authority, presented this issue. Comm. Hillyard made a motion to authorize a letter of support and acknowledgement. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed 3-2 by majority (Tibbals and Hunewill opposed). 16. Discussion and possible action related to a request by the Utilities Director to approve an interlocal agreement with Carson City that will allow an inter-tie between the Carson City water distribution system and the Lyon County Utilities water distribution system and will spell out the operational responsibilities of both Carson City and Lyon County 4 July 6, 2006 Utilities Director Mike Workman gave specific details regarding this item. County Manager Donna Kristaponis expressed her thanks to Mr. Workman and his staff for their work on this project. Comm. Goodman made a motion to approve the agreement as presented with an expiration date of July 16, Comm. Hunewill seconded and the motion passed unanimously Discussion and possible action related to a request by the Utilities Director to accept a time and materials proposal by Brown & Caldwell to perform site characterization activities related to increasing effluent management capabilities and to authorize the Board Chairman to sign the agreement on behalf of the County for a not to exceed amount of $107,300 with an additional 10% contingency to cover any unanticipated costs. This activity is related to the previously approved Wastewater Facilities Master Plan This item was removed from the agenda. 18. Discussion and possible action related to a request by the Utilities Director to approve a reimbursement agreement with Riverpark Properties, LLC for the certified costs associated with the design and construction of the Rolling A infiltration well, well head and the installation of 3 pumping lines under the Carson River and authorize the Board Chairman to sign the agreement on behalf of the County. Projected costs are estimated to be $2,576,110 Utilities Director Mike Workman presented this item to the Board. Comm. Hunewill asked about the estimated costs involved with this project. Mark Rotter, an engineer with Capital Engineering and representing Riverpark Properties, spoke about the agreement. Comm. Tibbals made a motion to approve the agreement as presented with the following changes. 1. Dayton Valley Investors to be removed from the contract. 2. Change recital D to an easement rather than a purchase of land. 3. Eliminate exhibit C in its entirety. Comm. Hunewill seconded and the motion passed unanimously Accept grant award from the Walker River Foundation in the amount of $15, for the Smith Valley Park & Recreation Board and discussion of process to construct an arena at Dressler Park Harold Farias and Kerri Pommerening representing Smith Valley Parks & Recreation discussed the history of the project and showed a map of the proposed arena. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to accept the grant as presented and to prepare a letter to the Walker River Basin Communities Foundation stating the approval. Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. County Manager Donna Kristaponis asked Mr. Farias and Ms. Pommerening for a map or parks plan detailing the exact location of the proposed arena. 20. Discussion and possible action adopting the Lyon County Citizen Advisory Council Handbook Administrative Assistant Maureen Williss presented a draft of the CAC handbook and asked that it be approved as to content. She stated that she is still receiving input from the Advisory Boards and would like to be able to update the handbook on a semi annual basis. 5 July 6, 2006 Comm. Hunewill mentioned that there are some minor changes that need to be made to the handbook before it is distributed to the Advisory Councils. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to adopt the handbook with minor changes and to authorize Ms. Williss to review and make corrections every 6 months. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously Approve re-appointment of Ms. Lura Weaver to the Lyon County Library Board of Trustees, with a term expiring June 30, 2010 Comm. Hunewill made a motion to reappoint Lura Weaver with a term expiring June 30, Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously Accept resignation of Ms. Lynda Sanford from the Lyon County Animal Control Advisory Board and authorize advertising for a replacement member Comm. Hunewill made a motion to accept the resignation and to authorize advertisement for a replacement member. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously Accept resignation of Mr. Dee Scott from the Dayton Regional Advisory Council and authorize advertising for a replacement member Comm. Goodman made a motion to accept the resignation and to authorize advertisement for a replacement member for a term expiring December 31, Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously Appoint Mr. Joe Sawyer to the Dayton Regional Advisory Council with a term expiring December 31, 2006 (to replace Stacie Paterson who previously resigned) Comm. Tibbals made a motion to appoint Joe Sawyer with a term expiring December 31, Comm. Hillyard seconded and the motion passed unanimously Review and approval for a grant easement to Silver Springs Mutual Water Company for easement across Silver Springs Airport for water pipeline and related improvements necessary to serve Powell Street, Hollyhock, and Citrus Streets in Silver Springs Silver Springs Mutual Water Company Manager Don Allen presented this request. Comm. Hillyard made a motion to approve as presented. Comm. Tibbals seconded and the motion passed unanimously Review and approval of agreement between Lyon County and Storey County for Lyon County to provide animal control services to Storey County County Manager Donna Kristaponis presented the agreement. Comm. Hillyard made a motion to approve the agreement as presented. Comm. Goodman seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. ITEM #31, #32, #33 AND #34 WERE HEARD AT THIS TIME A BREAK WAS TAKEN AT THIS TIME ITEM #29 WAS HEARD AT THIS TIME 27. Discussion and possible action on leasing space in Dayton for the Sheriff s Patrol County Manager Donna Kristaponis asked the Board to offer their opinions and discussions regarding office space in the Dayton area. Staff could then be given a chance to respond. 6 July 6, 2006 Comm. Tibbals feels that leasing the Occidental Square building would be rather expensive and the County should own its buildings. He suggested looking into the old Dayton firehouse which could be remodeled at a cost of approximately $200,000. Drawings of suggested ways the façade of the building could be refurbished were distributed. Comm Hunewill spoke of her disappointment with the handling of this agenda item in the past and its presentation at the previous Commissioners meeting. She then gave an account of a tour of the County owned properties and buildings in the Dayton area. The direction of the Board is to have staff do research into the option of refurbishing the Dayton Firehouse and to then bring this item back to the Board at a later date. 28. Discussion and possible action on constructing a new building for various Lyon County Departments in Silver Springs and remodeling the McAtee Building for the Sheriff s Department Comm. Milz suggested that action on the two buildings in this agenda item be addressed separately. Dick Faber, County Engineer, presented a diagram of the existing McAtee Building and the suggested changes for a remodel. Comm. Hunewill made a motion to remodel the McAtee Building at a cost not to exceed $60,000 as allowed for in the 2006/2007 budget. Comm. Hillyard seconded and the motion passed unanimously 5-0. County Engineer Dick Faber then gave a presentation on the construction of a new building in Silver Springs including the costs and amenities. He then described the needs of the individual departments that potentially could be housed there. He also stated the reasons for preferring a metal building over a manufactured structure. Mr. Faber provided a floor plan of the proposed building, which included square footage allotment and placement of each department. Comm. Hunewill requested information from Mr. Faber regarding the amount of square footage given to each department and how those figures were arrived at. Comm. Tibbals mentioned the possibility of placing two manufactured units on the lots. He recently toured Fleetwood and found this option to be
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