Carson City supervisors to discuss prohibiting curbside pickup of cannabis


 In their last meeting July 15, the Carson City Board of Supervisors prohibited cannabis consumption lounges from being issued business licenses in the city. Now, they’re eying a ban on curbside pickup of cannabis products.
The board will gather Thursday, Aug. 5 at 8:30 a.m. in the Robert “Bob” Crowell board room at the Community Center, 851 E William St.
Among their agenda items:
• Discussion and possible action on prohibiting curbside pickup of cannabis, and a second reading to confirm the city ordinance that passed last meeting, prohibiting cannabis consumption lounges in the city.
• A presentation by city staff on the Roadway Needs and Funding Report, which outlines pavement conditions, funding needs, and options to fill the transportation funding gap.
• A presentation by Nevada State Treasurer Zach Conine. He will be introducing Nevada’s plan for deciding how to allocate American Rescue Plan funding.
• Discussion and possible action on the city’s Plan of Expenditure for approximately $21 million in ARP funding.
• Discussion and possible action on a grant application to bring broadband service to the Lakeview and Timberline neighborhoods.
• Discussion and possible action to reinstate a fulltime bailiff position in the First Judicial District Court and to appoint one or more hearing officers for administrative proceedings.
To view the full agenda with additional items and details, visit https://www.carson.org/government/city-meetings/agendas/board-of-supervisors-agendas-with-supporting-materials/2021-agendas-with-supporting-materials/08-05-21-agenda-with-supporting-materials?locale=en
Residents who come to the meeting in-person will be required to wear a mask, per the new state mandate.
To tune into the meeting remotely, visit carson.org/granicus and click on the “In Progress” link once the meeting has begun. Alternatively, cable channel 191 will air the meeting.
To make a public comment via telephone in lieu of physical attendance, join the meeting by phone by dialing +1-408-418-9338 and entering meeting number 146 604 8175.
Public comment may also be submitted in advance of the meeting to publiccomment@carson.org.

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