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C Meeting: March 20, 2019

The Mayor reserves the right to hear agenda items out of order, combine two or more agenda 
items for consideration, or remove an item from the agenda or delay discussion relating to an
 
item on the agenda at any time.  All items are action items unless otherwise noted. 

Time Certain: Time certain designates a definite time for the start time of that item. The time certain item may NOT begin earlier than the designated time certain. It may begin later than the designated time, but not earlier.

5:00 p.m. OPEN MEETING – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Mayor’s statement: “To avoid meeting disruptions, please place cell phones in the silent mode or turn them off during the meeting. All meetings are recorded. When addressing the Council please state your name and speak clearly into the microphone. Thank you for your understanding.”

1.

INTRODUCTORY ITEMS

1.1.

Roll Call

1.2.

Public Comment

Public comment is limited to five (5) minutes per person however, the Mayor has discretion to limit public input that is not at the beginning or the end to a lesser time. Items not agendized for this meeting cannot be acted upon other than to place them on future agendas. Public input is prohibited regarding comments, which are not relevant to, or within the authority of, the public body, or if the content of the comments is willfully disruptive of the meeting by being irrelevant, repetitious, slanderous, offensive, inflammatory, irrational or amounting to personal attacks or interfering, with the rights of other speakers.
1.3.

Approval of the Agenda

2.

CONSENT AGENDA:

(PLEASE NOTE: All matters listed under the consent agenda are considered routine, and may be acted upon by the Council members in one motion, and without an extensive hearing. Any member of the Council may request that an item be taken from the consent agenda, discussed, and acted upon separately during this meeting.)
2.1.

(Possible Action) Approval of Voucher Report.

2.2.

(Possible Action) Approval of Minutes from March 6, 2019

2.3.

(Possible Action) Approval of Business Licenses

Documents:
  1. New Mar 2019_1.pdf
2.4.

Possible Action to reappoint Cody Wagner to the Fernley Planning Commission for another term.

3.

PROCLAMATIONS BY THE MAYOR

4.

REPORTS This item is for various public entity representatives to provide general information to the Council and public. No action will be taken.

4.1.

Reports by City Staff, City Council and the Mayor, including but not limited to monthly statistical reports by city departments.

4.2.

2019 State of Nevada Legislative Update

Documents:
  1. fernley-bdr.docx
5.

PRESENTATIONS

5.1.

Presentation by Truckee River Irrigation District (TCID) on the 2019 Water Season

6.

STAFF REPORTS

6.1.

A. Discussion and Possible Action to approve the City Manager, Daphne Hooper’s annual employment performance, established goals, and the City Council and Mayor’s satisfaction with the City Manager’s employment performance and general performance as the City Manager. B. Discussion and Possible Action to approve the City Manager Daphne Hooper’s salary.

6.2.

Discussion and Possible Action to approve the City Attorney, Brandi Jensen’s past year’s employment performance, and the City Council and Mayor’s satisfaction with the City Attorney’s employment performance including but not limited to: A. City Attorney Contract Compliance B. General Performance as the City Attorney C. Compensation

7.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

a. Discussion with City Council & Staff
b. Public Input
c. Additional Discussion with City Council & Staff
d. Council Action or Direction to Staff


7.1.

Public Hearing, SUP 2019-001 (Sims Metal Management)

Consideration and possible action on a Special Use Permit request from Sims Metal Management, to allow for General Industrial use (metal recycling facility) on a site ± 10.06 acres in size in the M-1 (General Industrial) zoning district, located at 175 Lyon Drive, Fernley, NV. (APN: 021-261-42).
7.2.

Discussion and possible action to adopt Bill #247, an ordinance modifying Title 26 Taxation, Chapter 3 Transient Lodging Tax of the Fernley Municipal Code, by increasing the assessment of the Transient Lodging Tax to eleven percent (11%) and eliminates the ten (10) day late payment grace period.

8.

RESOLUTIONS

8.1.

Discussion and possible approval and adoption of Resolution #2019-003 to modify the allocation of the transient lodging tax revenue.

9.

ADDRESS REQUEST(S) FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS.

10.

PUBLIC COMMENT

Public comment is limited to five (5) minutes per person however, the Mayor has discretion to limit public input that is not at the beginning or the end to a lesser time. Items not agendized for this meeting cannot be acted upon other than to place them on future agendas. Public input is prohibited regarding comments, which are not relevant to, or within the authority of, the public body, or if the content of the comments is willfully disruptive of the meeting by being irrelevant, repetitious, slanderous, offensive, inflammatory, irrational or amounting to personal attacks or interfering, with the rights of other speakers.

ADJOURNMENT
This notice and agenda is being posted before 9:00 a.m., 03/15/2019 in accordance with NRS 241.020 at the following locations: www.cityoffernley.org, https://notice.nv.gov; North Lyon County Fire Protection District, 195 E Main Street; Senior Citizen’s Center, 1170 W. Newlands Drive; Fernley Post Office 315 E Main Street; and Fernley City Hall, 595 Silver Lace Blvd. To obtain supporting material for this agenda please visit the City of Fernley website at www.cityoffernley.org or contact Kim Swanson, City Clerk, inside City Hall at 595 Silver Lace Blvd, Fernley, NV 89408, email cityclerk@cityoffernley.org or call (775) 784-9830. Notice to persons with disabilities: Members of the public who are disabled and require special assistance or accommodations at the meeting are requested to notify Fernley City Hall, at least 24 hours in advance at (775) 784-9830 or email cityclerk@cityoffernley.org