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Nevada County Children and Families First Commission

9 a.m. today

Nevada County Superintendent of Schools office, 112 Nevada City Highway, Nevada City



— Professional Advancement for Kids Scholarship update

— Early Childhood Fitness Grant strategies




— Kit For New Parents update

— Family Connections update

Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9 a.m. Tuesday

Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City

— Grant applications to fund projects from the county’s Proposition 12 allocation

— Report on Town Hall Forum concerning the methamphetamine problem in Nevada County

— Joint special meeting with the Nevada County Finance Authority and resolution authorizing the execution and delivery of a master agreement for solid waste system obligations (10:15 a.m.)

— Resolution proclaiming May as Older Americans Month in Nevada County (10:45 a.m.)

— Resolution proclaiming May as Mental Health Month in Nevada County (10:45 a.m.)

— Report on ozone pollution in western Nevada County (11 a.m.)

— Report on the impact deregulation of the energy market and PG&E bankruptcy action have on rural counties (1:30 p.m.)

— Quarterly report and expenditures for NH 2020, and request by Supervisor Elizabeth Martin to end NH 2020 and disband the Community Advisory Committee upon completion of its recommendations on recreation, forestry and agriculture (2 p.m.)

Bear River Recreation and Park District Board of Directors

7 p.m. Wednesday

Pleasant Ridge Union School District office, 22580 Kingston Lane, Grass Valley

— Committee reports on capital improvements projects, including Magnolia Sports Complex/Snack Shack, Overland Emigrant Trail, Bear River High School tree project, Kimler Park and an all-weather track at BRHS


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