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January 16, 1997

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by Doug McMurdo took place at the fast Pahrump Town Board meeting of representative from the League of Cities and Towns to 1997, held Tuesday evening, January 14 at the Bob Ruud attend a future meeting and discuss the benefits the orga- Community Center: nization can provide to Pahrump. Hollis cited other towns, * The unknown supermarketcoming to Pahrnmp such as Round Mountain, Femley, and Gardnerville, who - World Premier Investments, a Santa Ana, California belong to the league, receive "much more representation" company, unveiled their plans to build Pahrump's second when the State Legislature meets. The measure passed supermarket. The site will hold twelve separate buildings unanimously. ' " ' kt a major supermar e and drugstore as an anchor and the Charlie Gronda, Scott Neilson and Len Smith, and three other ten buildings, between 4 thousand and 11 thousand volunteexsfromthebusiness community who hold current square feet. will be rented to businesses. The name of the licenses-will serve on the task force. Any current license ': building willbegin in approximately 5 to 6 months. World , amendments to the license. Premier Investments specialize in building anchored shop- ping centers and were involved in the building of Smith's Food & Drug a few years ago. Town Board members were assured that local contractors and sub-contractors would be utilized pursuant to bidding requirements. * LeVar re-elected chairman. Charlotte LeVar was * Bmineieenselmrt 2, Charlie Gronda requested the Upcoming budget hearings contain a measure to pro- vide an enlbrcement officer for the business license and other town ordinances. Additionally, Bob Little requested a job description be written to protect the individual charged with enforcement. re-elected to a full term as the chairman of the Pahrump Town Board. LeVar was nominated by Gary Hollis and Steve Rainbolt seconded. The vote passed 5-0. LeVar then nominated Rainbolt to serve as vice-chairman and Charlie Gronda see- onded. The vote was again unanimous. Bob Little nominated Charlie Gronda to serve as clerk and Rainbolt seconded. The nomination passed 5-0. Liaison elections to Little will represent the fair hoard, Hollis will serve as liaison to the arena corn-! mittee, Gronda will repre- ! sent emergency services, and Rainbult will continue to work with the economic development task force. BURNING ISSUE - PVVFD trainees drill for the real deal Saturday, January 11. Next week, the Pahrump Valley Gazette will feature the short and long term goals and needs of the Pahrump Valley Volunteer Fire Department. Gazette photo by Doug McMurdo observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Pahrump Town Office will be closed on the above date. for Pahrump on/anuar) * Town Board dais to remain etevated, chair: man Charlotte LeVar announced the  mem- ever, audience members vigorously rejected the idea and the motion was withdrawn by Steve Rainbelt. The withdrawal received a round of applause. * Holleman working on return of "Old-timers Chamber of Commerce member and all-around Uncle Al's Oasis Indoor/Outdoor Swap Meet Amusement Arcade Snack Bar Hours: Mon. - Thurs. lOam to 5pro Fri., Sat., Sun - 9am to 6pm 1850 E. Kendall We Buy Cars For Cashl I'- / .. 727-1050 Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, January 16, 1997 7 The Perfect Pet Dog and Cat Grooming * Professional Gentle Care * 18 years experience Limited Boarding " For Appointment CALL Hours: 8am - 5pm Cheryl or Peggy Tues., thru Sat. ,so 727-8483 c,o.. Navajo Sun. - Mon. B; For a Honey of a job ...........  301 N. Gilmore Pahrump, NV 89048 Ph./Fax (702) 727-9444 -. Engravang while you wait! 140 E. Nicholas Way Moll - Fri 10 - 4 Sat- 11 - 4 HWYff72 - (eme _ieces tartin] at $12. 95 Hrs. Mon. - Ffi. 1271S. H. 160 10am - 5:30pm Pahnrnp, Nv. 89041 Sat. 10am - 5pm {702) 7274)999 Are you having problems wading through government red tape? Q4(i//,, Jattkruplj, _flim/)/e (_(.zqivorce, @flecrily ,recmetla, an a ,ariet c' other sen,icea I Can Help! Phone 751-0307 DiAnne E, Knudsen, G,P,C, coernment )rocess Comultant Some d the Ported Iknms F0rFreeAmli0Tape n_ t t . 1-888-5974i510 Back tlllIall[e