The following are highlights from Monday’s Sparks City Council Meeting:
• Sparks City Council confirmed the reappointment of Frank Petersen to the Sparks Planning Commission through December 31, 2021.
• Council approved a Cooperative Local Public Agency Agreement (LPA) with the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) for a project to retrofit 20 to 30 intersections with audible push buttons. Once the project is complete, NDOT will reimburse the city of Sparks 95 percent of the total construction cost, not to exceed $256,500. The potential cost to the road fund is $13,500 in Fiscal Year 2019. These funds are made available to the State through the Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) that are administered by NDOT and used for community-based projects.
• The council heard a first reading of an ordinance providing for the conducting and holding of a primary and general election to be held in the city of Sparks on the June 12 and November 6, 2018.