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Government Meetings

Nevada City City Council

7 p.m. today

Council Chambers, 317 Broad St.

— Park committee update.

— Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing proposal.

— Effluent quality violations at the city’s wastewater treatment plant. Excessive chlorine and sulfur dioxide caused the effluent’s pH to become too acidic on several occasions. The city has to submit a plan addressing the violations by April 25.

— Appeal by the Berliner family to approve the original plan to build a ramp for the disabled at 224 Main St. The county Public Defender’s Office is to move into that space.

Grass Valley Development Review Committee

9 a.m. Tuesday

Hullender Community Room, City Hall, 125 E. Main St.

— Proposal to build 153-parking space parking lot at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital at 155 Glasson Way.

— Proposal by Chapa-De Indian Health Program to build a 42,336-square-foot medical facility on 12.10 acres at the corner of East Main Street and Sierra College Drive.

Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9 a.m. Tuesday

Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City

— Briefing of relocation of county Probation Department and Victim Witness program.

— Acceptance of final financial report for 2000-01 fiscal year and projections for 2002-03.

— Resolution supporting the application by the Nevada County Land Trust for $14,700 of grand funds to complete an extension of Litton Trail.

— Status report on Nevada County In-Home Support Services Public Authority.

Nevada County Department of Agriculture

1 p.m. Tuesday

Grass Valley Veterans Building, 255 S. Auburn St., Grass Valley

— Discussion and recommendation on Nevada County Animal Control Policy relating to adoption of animals and discontinuing the showcasing of FONCA-sponsored animals at the county animal shelter.

— Discussion on finding another site to house animals available for adoption.

Grass Valley City Council

7 p.m. Tuesday

Council Chambers, City Hall, 125 E. Main St.

— New contract for the position of fire chief between the city and Hank Weston. Weston has been Grass Valley’s fire chief since 1997.

— Production and design of a new city flag.

— Proposal to establish new criteria to evaluate the volume of traffic at critical intersections.

— Survey of citizens by the Grass Valley Police Department.

— Proposal to select SCO of Grass Valley to design the Washington/Bennett/Richardson streets realignment.

Nevada City School District

6:30 p.m. Tuesday

District office, 800 Hoover Lane, Nevada City

— Personnel issues

Nevada City Planning Commission

7 p.m. Thursday

Council Chambers, City Hall, 317 Broad St.

— Amendment to the land use and economic development element of the city’s General Plan.

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