Government Complex. The motion was seconded by Council Member J. Carter and passed unanimously. *b. Discussion and Decision to Approve the Final Site Plan for Peppermill Hotel Expansion 2006 and Other Matters Appropriately Related Thereto Chris Melville stated that the Engineer found no changes to the conceptual preliminary site plan and therefore the final site plan is in order. Chris stated that the motion would need to reference the storm water retention facilities that are related to the Tuscan Event Center. Council Member Christie made the motion to approve the final site plan for Peppermill Hotel Expansion 2006 with the noted condition that the additional storm drainage necessary for this project are being met by the proposed retention facilities on the Peppermill property south side of Wendover Boulevard as noted on the attached plans G-3 and U-3 of the Tuscan Event Center. Council Members Gorum, J. Carter and E. Carter disclosed that they work for Peppermill Properties but would not personally gain by this project. The motion was seconded by Council Member Miera and passed unanimously. *c. Discussion and Decision to Approve the Settlement Agreement with Regard to Nevada Equal Rights Commission No. 0801-06-0126R, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission No. 34B-2006-01256, Stephanie Long v. City of West Wendover Council Member Miera made the motion to approve the settlement agreement with regard to Nevada Equal Rights Commission No. 0801-06-0216R, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission No. 34B-2006-01256, Stephanie Long v. City of West Wendover. The motion was seconded by Council Member Gorum and passed unanimously. *d. Discussion and Decision with Regard to Proceeding with the Proposed Purchase of Nevada Rural Housing Lots; Village One Phase One and Village One Phase Two Subdivisions Chris Melville asked how he should proceed with the projects, lots, and program. Council Member Christie asked when the lots would be ready. Chris stated that with the work that needs to be done and required appraisals it would probably be in the summer around June. Council Member Christie made the motion to authorize Chris Melville to proceed and to make a counter offer of not more than $450,000.00 for this property. The motion was seconded by Council Member Gorum and passed unanimously. *e. Discussion and Decision to Proceed with the Drafting of Amendments to City Code Title 7, Chapter 8, Aesthetic Review with Regard to Improvements Except Single Family Homes and Residential Accessory Buildings Chris Melville explained that this would deal with commercial buildings, and would require an adjustment and amendment to the existing aesthetic review code. The changes would include as indicated by legal counsel; remodeling, restructure and repainting. Chris stated that currently the existing aesthetic review is done when plans are first presented to the Council. Council Member Christie made the motion to proceed with the drafting of amendments to the city code Title 7, Chapter 8, Aesthetic Review with Regard to Improvements except Single Family Homes and Residential Accessory Buildings. The motion was seconded by Council Member J. Carter and passed unanimously.
Corinne Copelan stated that she had a problem with aesthetic review coming before this Council where three of the Council works for the Peppermill. Corinne stated that if the Casino decides to do something they are not going to jeopardize their job and vote against them. Corinne stated that it does not matter how big, loud or what they advertise on the Peppermill / Rainbow / Montego Bay marquees, never going to vote against them. A little business will come before the Council stating what they want to do, and have 5 people voting on it; but if a casino comes there are only 2 members voting. Corinne wants the Council to take into consideration these new laws that are making and put on the books make sure that stay fair and take into account nobody going to raise voice against Peppermill / Rainbow / Montego Bay no matter what they do. Corinne stated that she knew that this was on the books because one business changed color of building and was threatened with the loss of his