Public meetings this week – agendas included
” 7 p.m. in the council chambers inside City Hall, 317 Broad St.; Appeal of a planning commission decision denying a 36-square-foot sign for the New York Hotel.
” 9 a.m. in the Mayor’s Community Room, City Hall, 125 E. Main St., Grass Valley. Agenda: development review application for construction of two residential units over garages previously approved at 305 N. School St. in R-3 (multiple family) zoning district.
” 6:30 p.m. in the Hullender Conference Room, City Hall, 125 E. Main St., Grass Valley. Agenda: traffic calming for French Avenue and Morgan Ranch Drive; Surveying contract for safe routes to School and Auburn/Main traffic signal project; Ironhorse Townhomes project; Motherlode Energy Watch partnership; public hearing on appel of planning commission’s decision to approve 1,104-square-foot, two-story addition to existing building at 130 W. Main St. and a variance to apply downtown’s parking in lieu fee; Development and Impact fees; traffic study methodology and evaluation criteria for critical intersections committee.
” 6:30 p.m. in the NID Annex Building at 1036 W. Main St., Grass Valley. Agenda: Kurt Lorenz and Liese Greensfelder will discuss lessons learned from the Siskon Mine, which was on the San Juan Ridge, and about how these might apply to better understanding the proposed Idaho-Maryland Mine Project.
” Two two-hour workshops, at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.; at the Veterans Memorial Building, 255 S. Auburn St., Grass Valley. Agenda: Brief overview of proposed project and work program and description of the three-phased environmental issues approach, followed by a session where consultants will break out to several tables to discuss topics of interest. Comment forms can be filled out at or after the meeting.
” 7 a.m., Council chambers, City Hall, 317 Broad St., Nevada City: Agenda: appointment of Eric Berliner as BID treasurer; by-laws update; possible Chamber/BID joint projects.
” 7 p.m. Council chambers, City Hall, 317 Broad St., Nevada City. Agenda: public hearing on application to subdivide a Providence Mine Road, 44.31-acre parcel of commercial property currently zoned LI-DA (Light Industrial-Development Agreement) into as many as 16 lots. Advisory Review Committee has recommended approval.
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