Churchill County Commissioners addressed a dusty issue between neighbors during a public hearing Wednesday afternoon at their regularly scheduled meeting. Commissioners approved a motion at the end of a 92-minute hearing to set a timetable to resolve a nuisance complaint Mike Barrenchea filed concerning dust and sand on property on Shoffner Lane — (located in the county between Sheckler and Casey roads). The complaint alleged Shonna Wallin-Reed, who has a four-year rental agreement on the property, had cleared approximately two acres of land of native vegetation to develop a roping arena, and in the process created a dust control issue. …
Commissioners address dust issue
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