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MEETINGS

Chicago Park School District

6:15 p.m. Thursday, Chicago Park School Library, 15725 Mt. Olive Road, Grass Valley

• Review of 2005-06 preliminary budget.



Grass Valley City Council

7 p.m., today, Council Chambers at 125 E. Main St.




• Workshop on Idaho-Maryland Mine re-opening. No action will be taken.

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

• Consider and approve a Waste Management rate increase request.

• Approve a one-year extension to the voluntary curbside green waste pickup by Waste Management.

• Special Development Area study status update.

• Western Nevada County transit governance study.

• Mautino Park construction process update and set opening date for use this summer.

• Wastewater Treatment facility upgrade update.

Grass Valley School District

7 p.m. Tuesday, 10840 Gilmore Way, Grass Valley

• 21st Century Grant after-school program presentation

Nevada County Board of Education

2 p.m. Wednesday, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools office, 112 Nevada City Highway.

• Presentation by science education coordinator Leslie Smith.

Nevada County Board of Supervisors

9 a.m., Tuesday, Board Chambers, 940 Maidu Ave., Nevada City.

• Mosquito abatement and vector control update.

• Public hearing to review agricultural grading permit exemption by altering the county’s land use and development code.

Nevada County Resource Conservation District

6 p.m. Tuesday, 113 Presley Way, Grass Valley

• Hiring of new farm bill assistant.

• Update on waiver for irrigated lands.

• Audit report for fiscal year 2003-04.

Pleasant Valley Elementary School District

6 p.m. Tuesday, Williams Ranch School, 14685 Pleasant Valley Road, Grass Valley

• Monthly review of board policies


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