Meetings |


Nevada City City Council

7 p.m. Monday,

Nevada City City Hall,

314 Broad St.

– Wastewater treatment plant update

– Budget update

– Railroad/Transportation Museum Oversight Committee update

Nevada County of Supervisors

9 a.m. Tuesday,

Eric Rood Administration Center, 950 Maidu Ave.,

Nevada City

– Video presentation on “Rebuilding the Heart of a City” (Nevada City) by Tintle Inc., 2003. (20 minutes)

– Letter from Richard and Lynn Brooks Duarte, Charles and Helen Zimmermann, and Chris and Adrienne Winter requesting the Board of Supervisors to adopt an urgency interim ordinance pertaining to wineries, due to public safety, health and welfare concerns.

Grass Valley City Council

7 p.m. Tuesday, Grass Valley City Hall (lower level), 125 East Main St.

– Regional Transportation Update:

A. Proposed East Main/Idaho Maryland/Weave/Frontage/Triangle solution.

B. Dorsey Drive interchange.

C. Proposed Highway 49 interim intersection and eventual interchange near Crestview.

Nevada City Planning Commission

7 p.m. Thursday, 317 Broad St., Nevada City

– Public hearing on demolition in historic district, 100 Union St., Robinson Enterprises, Bruce Boyd/Gary Tintle

Creek Elementary School District

6 p.m. Tuesday, 17700 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley

– Draft of district calendar

– Adopt resolution of reduction in certificated staff

Twin Ridges Elementary School District

5 p.m. Tuesday (special meeting); 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (regular meeting); 18847 Oak Tree Road, Nevada City

– Interviews for new superintendent and public hearing on increasing developer fees.

Pleasant Ridge School District

7 p.m. Tuesday, 22580 Kingston Lane, Grass Valley

– Adopt resolution in reduction or discontinuance of certificated employees

Nevada County Board of Education

2 p.m. Wednesday, 10725 Alta Street, Grass Valley

– 3R School discussion

Union Hill School District

6:30 p.m. Wednesday, 10879 Bartlett Drive, Grass Valley

– Consider program approval for Union Hill 3R school.

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