An informational workshop on the City of Grass Valley’s Development Impact Fee Study has been scheduled at 10 a.m. today in the Hullender Room of Grass Valley City Hall at 125 East Main St.
The City of Grass Valley has retained MAXIMUS to prepare this study to analyze the impacts of development on the city’s capital facilities and to calculate development impact fees based on that analysis. The project manager for the study will be available from 10 a.m. to noon to go over the study with the public and to answer any questions. Public comments are welcomed and encouraged during the review process.
Chapters of the study under discussion for this meeting include Parks, Water System, Wastewater System, Drainage, Administrative and General Government, Traffic and Circulation Improvements.
Draft copies of the six chapters under discussion of the Development Impact Fee Study are available for review during business hours at Grass Valley City Hall and at http://www.cityofgrassvalley.com online. If you have any questions about the Development Impact Fee Study, please contact the Finance Department at 274-4300.
Applicants sought for spot on transit advisory committee
The Nevada County Transit Services Commission is seeking applications from persons residing in western Nevada County who are interested in serving on a Transit Citizens Advisory Committee.
The advisory committee will provide input to the Transit Services Commission on public transit services, including the Gold Country Stage fixed-route bus service and the paratransit service for persons with disabilities provided by Gold Country Telecare, Inc. The committee will consist of members of the business community, community organizations, general public, and users of the transit and paratransit services. The committee is expected to meet at least quarterly at a time and place to be determined by the membership.
Residents who are interested in helping to improve public transit services in western Nevada County are encouraged to apply. Applications may be obtained from the Nevada County Transit Services Division at 13081 John Bauer Ave. in Grass Valley (at the Nevada County Airport), or by calling 477-0103, ext. 1004.
Applications can also be downloaded from the Gold Country Stage Web site at http://www.goldcountrystage.com online. Applications will be accepted through the close of business on Feb. 24.
– The Union staff
‘Epitaph for a Peach’ to be discussed on local television
Literary experts will discuss “Epitaph for a Peach,” the book chosen for the Nevada County Reads! program, at different times from today to Feb. 3 on Nevada County Television, Channel 11.
The program will be aired this week at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, 4 p.m. Saturday, and noon Sunday.
The following week, the program will be aired at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 31 and 7:30 a.m., Feb. 3. For more information on the community-wide reading project, click onto http://www.nevadacountyreads.com online.
– Soumitro Sen
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