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Sales tax reimbursement incentive agreements to be considered

Sandi Hoover
shoover@nevadaappeal.com

The city’s Redevelopment Authority Citizens Committee meets Monday to discuss making a recommendation to the Redevelopment Authority regarding the use of sales tax reimbursement incentive agreements.

The proposed policy would provide the opportunity for commercial property owners with existing vacant buildings to apply for a sales tax reimbursement agreement similar to recent agreements that have been executed for other properties by April 1 of next year.

The committee also is slated to discuss a commendation for Supervisor Robin Williamson for her work on the Redevelopment Authority, a request to spend $15,000 from the 2011-12 Redevelopment Agency Revolving Fund to support various annual fairs within the city and a final wayfinding sign design.

The meeting is at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St. Go to http://www.carson.org to download an agenda.

OTHER CITY MEETINGS THIS WEEK:

• The Parks and Recreation Commission will hold a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Sierra Room of the community center to discuss the conceptual plan for the Lakeview Park Trailhead.

The design plan will be presented by staff for the trailhead located in Lakeview Park at the west end of Hobart Road adjacent to the Lakeview subdivision. The meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to review the project, ask city staff questions and provide comments on the project.

For more information or to provide written comments, call 887-2262 ext. 7343 or e-mail VKrahn@

carson.org.

The commission also will consider an action to recognize former city supervisor Pete Livermore for his service on the commission, and will discuss tobacco use in city parks and the Health and Human Services Department’s tobacco use in parks survey.

• The Carson City Regional Transportation Commission meets at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Sierra Room of the community center.

The commission is scheduled to discuss the use of consulting firms to provide construction management services on city projects and reduced fare eligibility for the JAC fixed route system.

• The Carson City Historic Resources Commission meets at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Sierra Room of the community center. Commission members will discuss requests for site improvements for an outdoor plaza and events area for the Brewery Arts Center.

Also on the agenda are a request to demolish a cabin/shed and garage on North Nevada Street, a request to demolish a single-family residence to build two new two-story, four-plex buildings on North Division Street, and an update on the Historic Preservation Fund.