A local regulated tariff regarding emergency line service for CC Communications was approved Thursday morning by Churchill County Commissioners during their regularly scheduled meeting.
Local Regulated Tariff No. 17 increased the emergency line service residence or business monthly rate to $14 for service sold to customers that subscribe to CC Communications’ DSL service. The service allows customers to receive incoming calls that provide information in emergency situations, according to Jim Stilwell of CC Communications, who gave the presentation to commissioners. Outbound calls are restricted to 911 and 611 calling only.
Commissioners will consider Local Regulated Tariff No. 50 on service maintenance at their Sept. 5 meeting.
Commissioners also discussed or took action on the following items:
• Accepted Community Development Grant funding for the 2014 fiscal year, including $237,270 for access to healthcare network project, $57,333 for a public buildings ADA project and $15,100 for emergency solution grants.
• Approved a contract with Judicial Systems in the amount of $68,062.09 for a jury management software program. Also, 13-JAG-08 grant funding in the amount of $150,000 was accepted to reimburse Churchill County for Justware and Jury2013Plus program expenditures.
• Heard update on the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, environmental services partnership; interlocal contract between the county, the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and Division of Child and Family Services for 2014-15; and approved a community health nurse contract for 2014-15.
• Approved Mark and Mary Kolwyck’s application for a sending site and transfer of development rights calculation for property located at 3870 Stark Lane.
• Approved sale of the Fallon Golf Course sewer treatment plant.