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Meetings

7 p.m., Tuesday, Grass Valley City Hall Council Chambers, 125 E. Main St.

• Receive the Northern Sierra Air Quality Management District’s Report for 2003.

• Receive a status report of the Special Development Areas Study



• Review the Workforce Housing Design Program

• Issue a request for proposals of the Wolf Creek Trail Alignment Study




Nevada County

Planning Commission

6:30 p.m., Thursday, Board Chambers, Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City.

• Permit application amendment by International Sivananda Yoga.

• Application to rezone parcels by Marcus Mena on Banner Quaker Hill Road, Headwaters Road, and Chalk Bluff Road.

Peardale-Chicago Park Fire Protection District

7 p.m., Wednesday, Station 1, 15057 Colfax Highway

• Station 2 addition update.

Rough and Ready Fire Protection District

7:30 p.m., Tuesday, 11042 Rough and Ready Road.

• Report on maintenance progress at fire station.

Street System Master Plan

6 p.m., Thursday, Grass Valley Council Chambers, 125 E. Main St.

• Discussion and review of traffic plan including Idaho Maryland Road, Brunswick Basin, and Main Street.


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