Commissioners meet Wednesday

The City of Fallon and Churchill County offices have implemented access restrictions due to the increase of COVID-19 in Nevada.

The City of Fallon and Churchill County offices have implemented access restrictions due to the increase of COVID-19 in Nevada.

Churchill County Commissioners meet Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the Churchill County Administrative Building, Commission Chambers, 155 N. Taylor St. This meeting will also be conducted on Zoom.
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These meetings are subject to the provisions of Nevada Open Meeting Law (NRS
Chapter 241). Except as otherwise provided for by law, these meetings are open and
public. Action will be taken on all agenda items, unless otherwise noted.
If you attend the meeting at the physical location, you are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Consideration and possible action
• Update of current activities, plans, or actions related to the Bureau of Land Management's Carson City District.
• Update on activities from Churchill Economic Development Authority (CEDA).
• Update on activities from Churchill Fallon Economic Development (CFED).
• Approval and acceptance of grant funds from the Department of Public Safety, Office of Criminal Justice Assistance’s COVID Emergency Supplemental Funding Program (CESF), for $36,400 to fund operational needs for the Court Services Department due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
• Discuss a series of 7 Parcel Map Applications to implement a previously approved Parceling Plan filed by Kim and Susan McCreary and Dan and Carrie McCreary.
• Presentation, discussion, and adoption of Churchill County's top two priority concerns for the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT).
• Presentation by Alan Kalt with an overview of POOL/PACT.
• Discuss refund of the business license fee of $125 paid for Vinson Custom Electronics on Dec. 18.
• Discuss Resolution No. 6-2021, a resolution of Churchill County regarding its intention to issue tax-exempt obligations and to reimburse Churchill County from proceeds of such obligations for costs incurred prior to issuance related to the construction of the Sand Creek Redundant Municipal Well.
• Approval of an Engagement Letter with Scott Shaver for $35,000 to act as bond counsel for Churchill County in the financing of the Churchill County Civic Center construction project.
• Approval of Resolution 7-2021, a resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Churchill County regarding its intention to issue tax-exempt obligations and to reimburse Churchill County from proceeds of such obligations for costs incurred prior to issuance.

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