This week’s meetings |

This week’s meetings


Penn Valley Fire Protection District — 6:30 p.m. at Station No. 43, 10513 Spenceville Road, Penn Valley. Agenda: Report on additions and remodeling of Station 43 Apparatus Bay; draft review of 10-year capital outlay program.

Grass Valley Planning Commission – 7 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 125 E. Main St., Grass Valley; Review of alternative or substitute traffic mitigation measure for Chatfield Construction (Weaver Automotive) for construction of 34,600 square foot automobile dealership at 400 Idaho Maryland Road; Development Review Application for Chapa-De Health Clinic to construct a 28,106 square foot medical offices/clinic on 7.2 acres located at East Main Street.

Pleasant Ridge Union School District — 7 p.m. at James W. Meshwert Building, 22580 Kingston Lane, Grass Valley, CA. Agenda: Approval of Magnolia Intermediate School’s “Odyssey of the Mind” team’s participation in the world finals in Ames, Iowa on May 23 – 28; approval of suspension of Pleasant Ridge Charter School beginning in the 2006-07 school year.


Nevada County Resource Conservation District Special Meeting – 6 p.m. 113 Presley Way, Suite One, Grass Valley. Agenda: Probationary employee evaluation.

Nevada County Sanitation District No. 1 Advisory Committee – 10 a.m., Department of Transportation and Sanitation Conference Room, second floor, Rood Center, 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City. Agenda: Updates on Lake Wildwood, Lake of the Pines and Cascade Shores wastewater treatment plant projects.

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