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Public meetings this week – agendas included

– 7 p.m. at City Hall in Nevada City. Agenda: Training/Discussion; Hearing from the public; Staff approvals and determinations; Tree removal at 104 New Mohawk Road; Minor architectural reviews outside historical district at 350 Long Street, 204 Clay Street, 560 East Broad Street, 133 Argall Way, 112 Grove Street; Architectural review permit extension at 100 Union Street; Sign review inside the historical district at 246 Commercial Street; Architectural review outside the historical district at 700 Zion Street; Subdivision map approval at 175 Bost Avenue; Adjournment.

– 9 a.m. at the NID board room, 1036 West Main Street. Agenda: Ophir 4 Project Pilot Well Testing Program.

– 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Peace Lutheran Church in Grass Valley. Agenda: Local commissions will hold a public hearing on the state annual report, that can be viewed at http://www.first5nevco.org.; the commission will review letters of intent received as the first step in applying for fiscal year 2006/07 through the First 5 Competitive Grant Process.



– 2 p.m. at the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office. Agenda: Review of fiscal year 2005-06 second interim fiscal report of 2005-06; approval of Resolution 06-02, budget revision to the 2005-06 budget; superintendent’s report, Muir Charter and Los Angeles Local Conservation Core, and Truancy Ordinance.

– 11:30 a.m. at the Durham Transportation Conference Room. Agenda: approval of the positive certification for the 2005-06 second interim report; approval of resolution 2/05 -06 to amend the adopted budget in accordance with the projected year actuals presented for the 2005-06 fiscal year.


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