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The fate of the Gold Rush Gaming Parlor will move closer to being decided Thursday.

Cal-Pac Grass Valley LLC is having its request to purchase the Gold Rush Gaming Parlor reviewed by the California Gambling Control Commission Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in Sacramento. More details are expected from Commission officials after the meeting.

The Nevada City Planning Commission is meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at City Hall in Nevada City to discuss a variety of issues.

After the pledge of allegiance, approval of minutes from a prior meeting, a training and discussion session, and hearing from the public, discussion is scheduled for the removal of a tree on 104 New Mohawk Rd.

Following is minor architectural review of areas outside the historical district at 350 Long St., 204 Clay St., 560 East Broad St., and 133 Argall Way. Another continued item on the agenda is architectural review outside the historical district at 112 Grove St.

New items include an architectural review permit extensions at 100 Union St. There will be a sign review inside the historical district at 246 Commerical St. Architectural review is also scheduled for outside the historical district at 700 Zion St. and a subdivision map approval for 175 Bost Ave.

– Josh Singer

The Gold Country Chapter of the Sacramento Area Human Resources Association will hold its bi-monthly meeting from noon to 2 p.m. today at the Trolley Junction Restaurant in Nevada City.

This month’s topic, performance management, is being presented by Keirsten Casey, the 2005-06 SAHRA president. She is an organizational development and human resource consultant, and works collaboratively with organizations to improve performance. Her consulting services include: management coaching, strategic planning, leadership and service training development and implementation and performance management system development.

SAHRA, a nonprofit trade association, is a forum for networking and the interchange of ideas and information related to the issues of human resource management. Membership is encouraged but not required. Meeting cost for members is $20; nonmembers $25, and includes lunch and materials. Contact Jamie Madrigal at 274-6944 or e-mail for more information.

– The Union staff

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