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Board considers paying more for new juvenile hall

Nevada County supervisors meet today in their chambers at the Rood Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City to discuss:

— paying Vanir Construction Management $33,200 more to oversee building the new juvenile hall, bringing the new total to $403,413

— 11 a.m. public hearing on raising the gate fee at the Nevada County landfill to $2.50



— authorizing an agreement with the state Department of Housing and Community Development to provide $500,000 for down payments to qualified first-time house buyers

— 10:30 a.m. presentation of a new logo design and “identity system” for the county




— 1:30 p.m. Indian Springs Vineyard’s appeal of county zoning administrator Mark Tomich’s approval of the Vineyard Lake Estates tentative parcel map to subdivide a 30-acre parcel on Eddy Ranch Road near Penn Valley into four parcels of 3.8, 4, 11 and 11.2 acres

— Afternoon consideration of the revised Natural Heritage 2020 process

-The Union staff


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