The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet Thursday, Jan. 20 at 8:30 a.m. in the Robert “Bob” Crowell Board Room of the Community Center, 851 E. William St. Among their agenda items, the board will • Finance and refinance several general obligation bonds. The refinanced bonds will lower interest rates, saving the city close to $1 million. The newly issued bond will go toward city building projects, totaling $8.1 million. • Hear a presentation from community development director Hope Sullivan on taxable retail sales data in four regions of the city: Downtown, South, North, and East. • Discuss and possibly adopt changes to Title 18, which governs city land use, zoning, and development standards. • Enter an easement to secure a portion of the trail needed to connect Carson City with the Lake Tahoe Basin. • Use grant funds to create a Behavioral Health peace officer position. • Change the zoning for properties on 900 Fairview Drive, 4619 Highway 50 E., and near the Sundance Ridge Subdivision. • Continue discussion and possibly approve the Blackstone Ranch North open space development, creating 137 single family residences. • Appoint members to the Carson City Parks and Recreation Commission and the 9-1-1 Surcharge Advisory Committee. Public comment will be held and the beginning and end of the meeting. Residents who will not be able to attend may submit public comment to email@example.com, or call in during the meeting, 408-418-9388 with meeting number 2499 832 7905. The meeting will be streamed live via the “In Progress” link at www.carson.org/granicus and on cable channel 191.