Lyon County Commissioner Agenda – Thursday, February 4, 2016

***COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING ROOM***

***LYON COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX***

***27 S. MAIN STREET***

***YERINGTON, NEVADA***

THURSDAY February 4, 2016

A G E N D A

Agenda and Backup Material is

Available at www.lyon-county.org

“For Possible Action: Appeal of the January 12, 2016 Planning Commission denial of a variance to the 20-foot rear yard setback requirement of the E-1 Zoning District for Greg Meyers at 130 Manyon Court, Dayton…”

9:00 A.M. — OPEN MEETING — PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE                                 

10:00 A.M. – Public Hearing on Nuisance Complaint – For Possible Action: The Lyon County Board of Commissioners will consider the Public Nuisance Complaint existing at 7990 Pueblo Drive, Stagecoach, Nevada

10:30 A.M. – Public Hearing on Nuisance Complaint – For Possible Action: The Lyon County Board of Commissioners will consider the Public Nuisance Complaint existing at 2920 Ramsey Weeks Cutoff, Silver Springs, Nevada

11:00 A.M. – Closed Labor Session with county management representatives for discussion on status of labor negotiations as allowed under NRS 288.220

11:05 A.M. – Time Specific – For Possible Action: To approve tentative agreement for a successor collective bargaining agreement between Lyon County and the Lyon County Sheriff’s Employees Association for the term July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2017

  1. Public participation
  2. For Possible Action: Review and adoption of agenda
  3. Presentation of awards and/or recognition of accomplishments
  4. Commissioners/County Manager comments
  5. Elected Official’s report
  6. Appointed Officials comments
  7. Advisory Board reports

**CONSENT AGENDA**

  1. For Possible Action: Approval of changes on Assessor’s tax role due to corrections in assessments and review of tax roll changes
  2. For Possible Action: Review and possible approval of business license applications:
  • Cowee, Philip; 1st & 10 Bar & Grill LLC; 1st & 10 Bar & Grill; 240 Dayton Valley Rd., Suite 101, Dayton, NV; Change Ownership
  • Vargas, Alvaro; Alvaro Drywall LLC; 1510 Topaz Ranch Rd., Wellington, NV; Drywall Contractor
  • Castro, Mark; Castro, Marri; N.C. Construction Inc.; 3677 N. Hwy. 126 Suite N, Farr West, UT; General Contractor
  • Lockett, Raymond H.; Lockett, Benjamin; Lockett, Janet L.; Dayton Valley Car Wash LLC; 180 Hwy. 50 West, Dayton, NV; Car Wash
  • Jacobo, Javier; JJ’s Automotive; 78 Rattler Way #A, Mound House, NV Automotive Repair
  • Male, Jeremy J.; Sauer, Richard H.; Shassian, Donald R.; Outfront Media LLC; 2512 River Plaza Dr., Sacramento, CA; Change Name
  1. For Possible Action: Appoint Lance Moffitt and Shauna Holcomb to the Mason Valley Advisory Board, with terms expiring December 31, 2016 (requested by applicants)
  2. For Possible Action: For the Board to accept a twenty (20) foot wide temporary construction easement, and a ten (10) foot wide Permanent Public Utilities Easement across APN 014-242-009, that is required for to the construction of the Sunset Hills Water System Project (requested by Road Director)
  3. For Possible Action: Authorize the use of Water Enterprise Funds to cover additional costs associated with change orders on 2 current capital improvement projects: (requested by Utilities Director)
  • $12,000 needed to brush clean, chemically treat and seal the clay layers to reduce sanding problems in Dayton Well #4 which is in the process of being rehabilitated.
  • Up to $300,000 needed to complete the installation of an aquifer flushing pipeline that was installed as part of the septic tank conversion project
  1. For Possible Action: Request the Board of County Commissioners appoint Mr. Sam Ross as Chairman of the Lyon County Board of Equalization (requested by Assessor)
  2. For Possible Action: Accept sub-grant through the Violence Against Women Act passed through the Attorney General STOP (Services-Training-Officers-Prosecution) and SASP (Sexual Assault Service Providers) annual formula grant funding (requested by District Attorney)
  3. For Possible Action: Acceptance of a 2008, Chevrolet Cobalt, VIN# 1G1AK58F097201090, from Churchill County School District Differential Response program, into the Lyon County Fleet for the Lyon County Differential Response program (requested by Human Services Director)
  4. For Possible Action: Review and accept travel claims
  5. For Possible Action: Review and accept County claims and financial report

**END OF CONSENT AGENDA**

PUBLIC HEARING ON PLANNING ITEMS

  1. NV ENERGY / ZWART, JOHN – SPECIAL USE PERMIT (for possible action) –Request for a Special Use Permit to expand the existing electrical substation and transmission line, on an approximately 4 acre portion of a 22 acre parcel; located at 274 Lower Colony Road, Wellington, NV (APN 10-301-10) PLZ-15-0044

Planning Commission Recommendation: The Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the request for a Special Use Permit, based on the recommended findings, and subject to the 12 conditions stated in the staff report, plus 2 additional conditions stipulated during the meeting

**END OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS **

  1. For Possible Action: Appeal of the January 12, 2016 Planning Commission denial of a variance to the 20-foot rear yard setback requirement of the E-1 Zoning District for Greg Meyers at 130 Manyon Court, Dayton (APN 29-584-05) (PLZ-16-0003) (requested by applicant)
  2. For Possible Action: Propose an ordinance amending Lyon County Code Title 10 – Land Use Regulations by amending Chapter 7 – Building Codes, to adopt the 2012 edition of the International Energy Conservation Code and the 2015 Northern Nevada Energy Code Amendments; and other matters properly related thereto (requested by Planning Director)
  3. For Possible Action – Approve corrective action plan for audit findings (requested by Comptroller)
  4. For Possible Action: Approve continuation of health benefit broker contract with John Carlson, COO/Co-founder of Benefit Intelligence (requested by Human Resources Director)
  5. Commissioner Comments
  6. For Possible Action: Approve Minutes (minutes are available in the County Clerk’s Office)
  7. Public participation: It is anticipated that public participation will be held at this time, though it may be returned to at any time during the agenda. Citizens wishing to speak during public participation are asked to state their name for the record and will be limited to 3 minutes
  8. Adjourn

Agenda and Backup Material is

Available at www.lyon-county.org


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