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Nevada County Sheriff’s applies for $109,000 grant for OHV patrols

The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office is applying for an off-highway-vehicle grant for enforcement from the California State Parks.

The grant for $109,000 will be used to provide OHV law enforcement patrols in the Jackass Flats, Deadman’s Flat, Greenhorn Creek and Washington areas of western Nevada County.

In addition, the OHV patrols would operate in Meadow Lake, Eagle Lakes, Boca Reservoir, Prosser Ranch, Prosser Creek and the Little Truckee Summitt areas of eastern Nevada County.

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