This week’s meetings
Nevada City City Council – 7 p.m. at City Hall on Broad Street. Agenda: Discussion of continuation of the Business Improvement District.
Twin Ridges Home Study Charter School – 10 a.m. at Oak Tree School, 18847 Oak Tree School, North San Juan. Agenda: Budget based on 125 enrollment; CCC Report; Enrichment classes, balancing our budget.
Creek Elementary School District – 6 p.m. at 17700 McCourtney Road, Grass Valley. Agenda: Approval of the Clear Creek Deverloper Fee Justificaion Report; acceptance of the revised confidential salary schedule.
17th District Agricultural Association (Nevada County Fairgrounds) – 6 p.m. in Fairgrounds board room, 11228 McCourtney Rd., Grass Valley. Agenda: Review proposed 2007 budget.
Pleasant Valley School District – 7 p.m. at 14806 Pleasant Valley Road, Penn Valley. Agenda: Call for nominations for CSBA Delegate Assembly; board member reports.
Grass Valley School District – 7 p.m. at 10840 Gilmore Way, Grass Valley. Agenda: Consideration of designation of Lyman Gilmore School as an elementary school by the board of trustees; authorization of designated personnel to sign preschool documents for fiscal year 2006-07; district quarterly business report.
Union Hill School District – 6:30 p.m. at 10879 Bartlett Drive, Grass Valley. Agenda: Consider approval of salary schedule adjustment due to increase in California minimum wage effective, Jan. 1, 2007; developer fee report.
Nevada Joint Union High School District – 6 p.m. at Park Avenue Alternative Education Site, 140 Park Ave., Grass Valley. Agenda: Approval of the revisions to the district’s Athletic Code; approval of the master agreement with Deems Lewis McKinley Architects for architectural services with the district.
Western Gateway Recreation & Park District – 7 p.m. at Buttermaker’s Cottage, 18560 Penn Valley Road, Western Gateway Park in Penn Valley
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