Supervisors plan July 21 Truckee session
The Nevada County Board of Supervisors will hold its regularly scheduled meeting beginning at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 21, in the Truckee Sanitary District board room on Joerger Drive to discuss issues of interest to Truckee residents.
The agenda for the meeting will include:
— A request for adoption of an agreement with the Town of Truckee to provide animal control services to Nevada County.
— A public hearing to consider the levy of an annual “special tax” of $216.67 per parcel per year to fund road improvements for Hobart Mills Road as a “self-help” road improvement project. Testimony of all interested taxpayers for and against the levying of the special tax
will be considered.
— Public hearing concerning a report of delinquent solid waste collection and disposal service charges for Tahoe Truckee Disposal Company, Inc. The delinquent solid waste collection and disposal charges in the report shall constitute a special assessment against the respective parcels of land and are a lien against the property.
— An update on transportation and related issues in the Truckee/North Tahoe Area, presented by Jennifer Merchant, executive director of the Truckee-North Tahoe Transportation Management Agency.
Other items will include an update on the Truckee River Operating Agreement negotiations and concerns about the TROA draft environmental impact statement/environmental impact report.
Members of the public can address the board during a public comment period at 11:45 a.m. regarding matters not on the agenda, which are of interest to the public and within the jurisdiction of the board.
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