Meetings |


Nevada City School of the Arts charter governance council

3:45 p.m. today

1026 Bitney Springs Road, Nevada City

— Discussion to fill temporary classified positions.

49er Fire Protection District

10135 Coyote St., Nevada City

7 p.m. today

— Engineering presentation on rezoning of the former station on North Bloomfield Road.

— Adoption of the final 2002-03 budget.

— Review of bids to stain stations 4 and 5.

Grass Valley Development Review Committee

9 a.m. Tuesday

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

— Proposal by Cascade Housing of Oregon to build 60-unit apartment complex on 4.6 acres on Plaza Drive off Sutton Way.

Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9:30 a.m. Tuesday

Board Chambers, Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City

— Resolution remembering the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and recognizing Sept. 11, 2002, as Patriot Day.

— First reading of an ordinance concerning the use of wood stoves.

Sierra Joint Community College District board of trustees

4 p.m. Tuesday

Nevada County campus, 250 Sierra College Drive, Room L-101, Grass Valley

— Discussion of Lincoln Public Library at Twelve Bridges.

Clear Creek Elementary School District board of trustees

6 p.m. Tuesday

17700 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley

— Approval of 2002-03 budget.

Pleasant Valley School District board of trustees

6 p.m. Tuesday

Williams Ranch School, 14808 Pleasant Valley Road, Penn Valley

7 p.m. Tuesday

— Public hearing on textbook compliance.

Grass Valley City Council

7 p.m. Tuesday

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

— Proposal to schedule a traffic calming workshop for 6 p.m. Sept. 25 at the L.O.V.E. Building in Condon Park.

— Proposal to add new rules to deal with barking dogs.

— Proposal to build a roundabout at the Idaho Maryland – East Main intersection.

Grass Valley School District board of trustees

7 p.m. Tuesday

10840 Gilmore Way, Grass Valley

— Consideration of providing $2,000 per beginning teacher for the Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program.

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