Lincoln County Commission Meeting
to be held
March 3, 2014
LINCOLN COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Lincoln County Commissioner Meeting Webcast: Live streaming video of County Commission meetings is now available.
Note: Those items with a designated time will be heard at that time, or as soon thereafter as the Board can accommodate. All other items do not have a specific time and will be heard at the discretion of the Board. If you wish to speak on any item that is on the agenda, you must sign in with the Clerk at the meeting.
1* Call to order; Roll call; Invocation; Pledge of Allegiance.
2 Public Comment. (All public comment will be limited to five minutes per individual).
3* For Possible Action: Approve minutes of the February 18, 2014 Regular Board Meeting.
4* For Possible Action: Approve Original and Renewed Business Licenses according to staff recommendations (an itemized list of business licenses is available for public review in the Building Department prior to the meeting).
5* For Possible Action: Approve vouchers (an itemized list of bills is available for public review at the county Auditor’s office prior to the meeting). A report of Cash balances with any concerns will be received from the County Auditor.
6 Officer/Department Head Reports: Update will include meetings attended, actions taken, contacts made, project status, and future needs arising since last meeting.
7 Board of Highway Commissioners: Under Separate Agenda.
8 Lincoln County Fire District: Under Separate Agenda.
9 Panaca Fire District: Under Separate Agenda.
10* For Possible Action: Pursuant to NRS 278.0205 and Section 9.01 of the Coyote Springs, Inc. Development Agreement the Board will perform a good faith compliance review for the previous 24 months. This contractual and statutory 24-month review is limited to determine if CSI is in material compliance with the Development Agreement for the period under review.
11* For Possible Action: Approval of a Resolution describing the intention of Lincoln County to lease certain real property located within the Panaca Town center to the Lincoln County Water District and setting a public hearing date to consider such lease.
12* For Possible Action: Support letter for disposal of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) managed land located within Lincoln County near the city of Caliente and approved by the Caliente City Council per the Lincoln County conservation, Recreation and Development Act and the BLM Ely District Resource management Plan, 2008. This proposal represents additional “Round 3” acreage that will be added to lands submitted by the County.
13* For Possible Action: Approve the Yucca Chuckers’ motorcycle race to be held near Pahroc Summit March 29, 2014.
14* For Possible Action: Approve a Petition by Kevin Phillips to retain the Bristol Mine Township being held in Treasurer in Trust (parcels #006-371-01, 006-371-04, 006- 371-05, 006-371-06, 006-371-07, 006-371-08, 009-012-15, 009-011-82). as a benefit to the Community.
15* For Possible Action: Request to use Grant Match funds to supplement the equipment request in the 2015 State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) grant application.
16* For Possible Action: Signing of the 2015 SERC grant application in the approximate amount of $30,000 for Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) equipment.
17* For Possible Action: Signing of Notice to Proceed with ACHA Construction for the Pioneer Park Phase II project.
18* For Possible Action: Resolution declaring the common raven a nuisance and threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the people of Lincoln County.
19* For Possible Action: Resolution recognizing May 2014 as Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month.
20* For Possible Action: Reappointment of the following to the Debt Management (Bond) Commission - Ed Maloy, Wade Poulsen, William T. Lloyd, and Gordon Wadsworth. This appointment is for a term of 2 years.
21* For Possible Action: Budget Transfer in the amount of $10,158 from General County to the China Springs Fund.
22* For Possible Action: Letter to the Department of Taxation adopting a Corrective Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2012-2013.
23* For Possible Action: The County has received $1,874,000 from the federal government to settle allegations of underreporting of contractual obligations. The revenues are unique and not directly addressed by Nevada law. The Board will consider seeking a declaratory action from the Courts or other guidance to address how the Board and other County Officers, such as the Treasurer, should treat the
24 Public Comment. (All public comment will be limited to five minutes per individual).
ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON THE AGENDA MUST BE TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT’S OFFICE BY 2:00 PM, FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING DATE. ALL BACKUP MATERIALS/INFORMATION MUST BE TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT’S OFFICE BY 2:00 PM, FOUR (4) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING DATE.
* DENOTES AN ACTION ITEM.
COMMISSIONERS MAY TAKE A LUNCH BREAK.
PERSONS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS OR ASSISTANCE AT THE MEETING SHOULD NOTIFY THE LINCOLN COUNTY CLERK AT (775) 962-5390 IN ADVANCE SO THAT ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE. TDD RELAY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY CALLING 800-326-6888 OR 800-326-6868(RURAL NEVADA). LINCOLN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER.
AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING
STATE OF NEVADA )
COUNTY OF LINCOLN )
I, Denice Brown, Commissioners Assistant, Lincoln County, say that on February 25, 2014, a copy of this agenda was posted at the Lincoln County Courthouse in said Lincoln County, where the proceedings are pending.
COPIES WERE ALSO POSTED AT: Alamo Annex, Caliente City Hall, & Panaca Post Office.