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Work force housing topic of luncheon

Work force housing will be the subject of a luncheon talk hosted Friday by the Nevada County Business Association, the Nevada County Chamber of Commerce, and the Nevada County Contractor’s Association.



The lunch will be from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Christopher’s Catering, 408 Colfax Ave.




Cost is $15 and reservations are required.

For reservations, call or e-mail to NCBA, 274-0995,

Joint chamber will install 2002 officers

The Grass Valley/Nevada County Chamber of Commerce will install a new chairman Saturday at its annual installation dinner at the Alta Sierra County Club.

John Spencer, of Spencer Land Surveying, will become the 2002 board chairman. The Economic Enhancement Award will be given to the WorkForce Housing Task Force. The Earl Covey Volunteer Award will be given to Hansen Brothers/HBE Rentals.

The featured speaker will be Keith Woods, chief executive officer of the North Coast Builders Association.

Other board members are Ed Sylvester, SCO Engineering; Paul Sieving, Paul Law Realty GMAC Real Estate; Sue Peterson, Hansen Brothers; David Scinto, Francis, Scinto & Associates; Anita Daniels, Citizens Bank; Jon Katis, Empire Home Medical; Tina Ludutsky-Taylor, Sierra College-Nevada County Campus; Joe Boeckx, Nevada Joint Union School District; Matthew Weaver, Weaver Auto and Truck Center; John Foster, Grass Valley Police Department; Dan Miller, Accordia Insurance; Doug Becker, Farmers Financial Services; Roberta Swanson, Lutz Center; and Bob Breck, KNCO-AM radio.

For dinner reservations, call 273-4667.


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