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Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9 a.m. Tuesday



Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City




–Election of chair and vice chair for 2002

–Review and approval of proposed increase for hangar rental and tie-down fees at Nevada County Airport

–Skate park status report

–Public hearing to consider proposal to rename a segment of Loma Rica Drive to John Bauer Avenue

–Public hearing to consider establishing a pilot program permitting a limited number of second dwelling units

Nevada City School District Board of Trustees

6:30 p.m. Tuesday

Board Meeting Room, Nevada City School District Administrative Offices, 800 Hoover Lane, Nevada City

— Proposed staff salary and benefits schedule for the 2001-02 school year

Grass Valley City Council

7 p.m. Tuesday

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

— Air Monitoring Report for 2000

— New ordinance to allow the city to charge people stopped for driving under the influence an emergency-response cost-recovery fee

— Proposal to hire a consultant to study the transfer of the city’s water treatment system to the Nevada Irrigation District.

Nevada County Board of Education Board of Trustees

4 p.m. Wednesday

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

— Auditor’s report for the fiscal year 2000-01

Nevada City Planning Commission

7 p.m. Thursday

Council Chambers, 317 Broad St.

— Application to demolish a 680-square-foot house at 342 Clay St. and rebuild it into a 2,044-square-foot residence

Peardale-Chicago Park Fire Protection District

7 p.m. Wednesday

Station 1, 15057 Colfax Highway

–Discuss county counsel opinion on service areas for campgrounds

–Adopt policy for returned checks.


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