Carson City supervisors review bargaining agreement with Sheriff’s Association

It’s budget approval season for the Board of Supervisors. They’ll meet on Thursday to review agenda items, many of which concern funding for upcoming fiscal years.
Among a slew of financial reviews, city insurance matters, redevelopment plans, and health and human services reports, some notable agenda items include:
• Recognition of city employees who have served for five, 10, 15, and 20 years.
• A motion to remove $3,000 in taxes and penalties from fiscal years 2017-18, 2018-19, and 2019-20 that have been deemed uncollectable from the Personal Property Tax Roll. The businesses with accrued taxes and penalties have either closed, or city staff are unable to locate them.
• Discussion and possible action on the Sadler House’s request for a Historical Tax Deferment.
• Discussion and possible action on a series of interfund loans to address a possible temporary cash shortage at the end of the month. Affected accounts include the General, CAMPO, Transit, Regional Transportation, and Grant Funds.
• Presentation from Walker and Associates recapping the 81st Legislative Session.
• Presentation on the Nevada Economic Assessment Project, a statewide program to develop a repository of baseline data to use for local planning and economic development initiatives.
• Possible appointment of two members to the Library Board of Trustees.
• A public hearing and possible approval of the collective bargaining agreement between Carson City and the Carson City Deputy Sheriff’s Association. The two have been engaged in extensive labor negotiations, cumulating in a contract that with an estimated fiscal impact of approximately $1.8 million. Contract items include CCDSA employee compensation, time off, retirement plans, and the like. The collective bargaining agreement will run through June 30, 2026 if approved.
• Possible adoption of an ordinance to create the South Carson Neighborhood Improvement District. This would support street improvements to South Carson St. between Fifth St. and Appion Way, not including road maintenance.
• A discussion and presentation on the Mallory Behavioral Health Crisis Center.
The meeting will be held in the Bob Crowell Board Room of the Community center on 851 E William St. at 8:30 a.m., June 17. For directions on how to tune in online or over the phone, and to see the full agenda with information, visit
To send in public comments in advance of the meeting, email


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