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Nevada County Board of Supervisors, special meeting

8:30 a.m. today

Diamond Arrow Conference Center, Pearl Crose Lodge meeting room, 15742 North Bloomfield-Graniteville Road, Nevada City



— Midyear financial report.

— Budget policies, Board of Supervisors’ goals and objectives.




Nevada City City Council

7 p.m. today

City Hall, Council Chambers, 317 Broad St.

— Letter proposing cutting ponderosa pines within 150 feet of homes without city permit.

— Ordinance to prohibit glass containers at certain special events. Second reading.

— Request for a new tax franchise.

Nevada County Board of Supervisors, regular meeting

9 a.m. Tuesday

Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., Nevada City

— Resolution approving a contract with Richard Haffey, county executive officer, with an annual salary of $115,000, effective Jan. 14, and increasing to $120,000, effective July 14, 2003.

— Resolution to issue a request for proposals to hire a consulting firm to study upgrading the Lake Wildwood, Lake of the Pines, and Cascade Shores wastewater treatment plants.

— Appointment of Supervisor Robin Sutherland to the Yuba Watershed Council.

— Proposal to rezone 1.29 acres at 15918 Little Valley Road from residential-agriculture to neighborhood commercial.

Grass Valley Development Review Committee

9 a.m. Tuesday

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

— Application by Mike Street for a canopy sign with letters bigger than what is normally allowed at the Pine Creek Shopping Center, 762 Freeman Lane.

— Proposal by Britt and Jenny Cooper to develop two office buildings totaling approximately 7,800 square feet on 0.88 acres at 11740 Nevada City Highway, unincorporated Grass Valley.

Grass Valley City Council, regular meeting

7 p.m. Tuesday

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

— Proposal to appoint Chauncey Poston to the Grass Valley Planning Commission.

— Proposal by Waste Management to increase trash collection rates.

— Proposal to require a focused environmental impact report for the Chapa-De Indian Health Program Inc. project at the corner of Sierra College Drive and East Main Street. Chapa-De wants to build a 42,336-square-foot medical clinic on 12.10 acres near the intersection.

— Proposal to install speed humps on French Avenue.

— Proposal to replaster the swimming pool at Memorial Park.


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