Supervisors to hear Carson City sales data presentation

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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, 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 and on cable channel 191.


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