Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9 a.m., today

Rood Administrative Center

950 Maidu Ave.

Nevada City.

• Resolution approving the county’s self-assessment of the child welfare system.

• Resolution in support of Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act Initiative.

• Public hearing to consider a request by the county sheriff to use local law enforcement grant funds toward the Drug Court programs, overtime costs for local high schools’ Saturday Night Open Gym Program, Project Jump-start, and temporary salaries in support of the Violence Against Women Program.

Grass Valley Planning Commission

7 p.m., today

Council Chambers

Grass Valley City Hall

125 East Main St.

• Proposal for shopping center on Litton Hill, including larger BriarPatch Co-op.

• Discussion of workforce housing program.

Nevada County



8:30 a.m., Wednesday

Board of Supervisors Chambers

Rood Administrative Center

950 Maidu Ave.

Nevada City

• Discussion of board meeting efficiency.

• Updates on projects from Caltrans and Executive Director Dan Landon.

Nevada County Transit Services Commission

Approx. 9:30 a.m., Wednesday

Board of Supervisors Chambers

Rood Administrative Center

950 Maidu Ave.

• Consideration of Telecare’s fare policy modification.

• Discussion of bus service governance study.

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