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Nov 05, 2019
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest. Get the agenda here

6. Recognition of the Values Team - The City Council will recognize the city’s water pollution control facility for 20 years of excellence. The city’s water pollution control team works around the clock to ensure that harmful pathogens and chemicals are removed from wastewater to keep our community safe. The city’s water pollution control facility is just one of five plants nationally being recognized for what is known as the National Association of Clean Water Agency’s 20 year Platinum Peak Performance Award.

27.For possible action to approve and accept a sub-grant award from the State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public and Behavioral Health in the amount of $3,074,301 for the purpose of maintaining a mobile crisis outreach response unit – This grant will assist in funding an ongoing program by Las Vegas Fire & Rescue to assist those in need during psychiatric emergencies. Some 911 calls are not medical in nature and involve mental health issues. This program places a mental health professional on city rescue units to assist with these incidents to help keep hospitals from becoming overcrowded with those not suffering from a medical issue.

37. & 38.For possible action to approve a Temporary Beer Wine Room License CRAFTHAUS BREWERY, LLC dba CRAFTHAUS BREWERY at 197 East California Street, Suite #130 - Ward 3 (Diaz) – A new brewery coming to the 18b Las Vegas Arts District seeks license approval.

51. & 52. Discussion for possible action regarding the Purchase and Sale Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions to facilitate the purchase of four parcels of real property from King George, LLC, totaling approximately 2.63 acres as follows: Clark County Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 162-02-110-018 and its estimated 3,750 square-foot building and parking lot; 162-02-110-015 and its estimated 6,700 square-foot building; 162-02-110-016 and its estimated 12,000 square-foot building theater parcel; 162-02-110-017 and its 1.54 acre parking lot (collectively, the “Parcels”), located at the southeast corner of East Charleston Boulevard and South Maryland Parkway, commonly known as the Huntridge Theater - Ward 3 (Diaz)  - These two items involve the purchase and sale of the old Huntridge Theater. A developer has plans to reopen this historic location with an entertainment element and the City Council will hear more details about the project.

53. Discussion for possible action regarding an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) between City Parkway V, Inc., (CPV) and Allison, Curtis, Kingsley, Meoz, Michael, & Sanchez, PC d/b/a Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada (Developer) to determine the feasibility of a medical office project on a portion of Parcels J and K (APN 139-33-610-028) in Symphony Park bounded by Robin Leach Lane to the north, Promenade Place to the west, the railroad to the east and Bonneville Avenue to the south - Ward 5 (Crear) – The City Council will decide if the city will enter into a negotiating agreement for a new medical office building in Symphony Park. Symphony Park is already home to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and is part of the Las Vegas Medical District.

62. Bill No. 2019-36 - For possible action - An ordinance generally prohibiting camping, lodging, and similar activities within any public right-of-way adjacent to residential property, within specified districts of the city of Las Vegas, or within five hundred feet of any receiving dock of a food processing facility. Sponsored by: Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman - This new ordinance was designed to help direct people to the city’s Courtyard Homeless Resource Center and other existing nonprofit providers to connect those in need with services and help break the cycle of homelessness. To learn more see our blog

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