Nevada City City Council

7 p.m., today, Council Chambers of City Hall, 317 Broad St., Nevada City.

• Wastewater treatment plant update.

• Comcast cable franchise negotiation update.

• Appeal of a Planning Commission decision denying Martin Engel’s application for a variance to construct a garage/workshop at 152 Grove St.

• Recommendation to purchase the Elks property adjacent to Hirschman’s Pond.

Nevada County Fair board of directors

6 p.m., Tuesday, Board Room of Nevada County Fairgrounds off McCourtney Road in Grass Valley.

• Election of 2005 officers.

• Discussion of worker’s compensation coverage of volunteers.

• Consideration of increasing admission by $1 to the 2005 County Fair.

Grass Valley Planning Commission

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

• Consideration of a sign exemption for United Methodist Church.

• Discussion of the construction of a single-family home at 456 S. Auburn St.

North San Juan Fire Protection District

7 p.m., Tuesday, 13200 Tyler Foote Road.

• Appointment of alternate representative to the Nevada County Fire Agency.

• Concerns about Dudley Ranch Estates.

• Business manager resignation.

Nevada County Transit Services Commission

9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City.

• Election of chair and vice chair.

• Discussion of budget for Fiscal Year 2005/06.

• Discussion of air quality controls for bus fleet.

Grass Valley Parks and Recreation Commission

3 p.m., Wednesday, Council Chambers of City Hall, 125 E. Main St., Grass Valley.

• Reports on Disc Golf Course expansion, Wolf Creek Parkway, and Mautino Park.

Nevada County Television Advisory Board

6 p.m., Thursday, NCTV Classroom, Nevada City.

• Station update and new program update.

• Update on fund-raising plans.

• Election of chair, vice chair, and secretary for 2005.

Nevada County Consolidated Fire District

7 p.m., Thursday, Station 84, 10135 Coyote St.

• Discussion regarding a resolution approving the revised Nevada County fire and emergency service joint powers agreement.

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