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Briefly Noted DOE public hearing The U.S. Department of Energy is holding a public hearing on January 23, 1997, in Las Vegas, Ne- vada, to receive comments on the Department&apos;s pro- posal to amend its siting guidelines that it will use to determine the suitabil- ity of the Yucca Moun- tain, Nevada, site for de- ,velopment,. as a repository. Two meetings are sched- uled in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the University of Ne- vada, Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Parkway, Moyer Student Union, Second Level, Lounge #201 at 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Both presentations will be iden- tical. The proposed amend- ments would concentrate the regulatory review on the analyses of overall re- pository performance at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. This would enhance the ability of the Department to provide the public with a more understandable conclusion about the suit- ability of the Yucca Moun- tain, Nevada, site for de- velopment as a repository. The scheduled hearings will provide opportunities to provide comments on the proposed amendments. Written comments must be receivedonor before February 14, 1997. Rod and Gun Club meets Pahrump Rod and Gun club will hold an organi- zational meeting Friday, I January 24, 1997. Guest speaker Perry. Dickerson (Nevada State Rifle and Pistol Associa- tion, N.R.A.) will speak on charter procedures and funding for a Pahrump Rifle and Pistol shooting facility. For more information call Dan Simmons (702) 727-6456. =7 Neighbors named committee Chairman CARSON CITY - Powerful veteran Assembly- men Bob Price, D. North Las Vegas, has announced that he has named fellow Democrat 36th district Assemblyman Roy Neighbors, Tonopah, to assume chairmanship of the powerful assembly taxation com- mittee. Price, a second ranking member of the assembly named his vice chairman Neighbors to take over the interim leadership of the key committee, putting the rural legislature in a prominent role. The ailing Price has been confined to a wheel chair due to recent surgery and has entrusted the important taxation committee chairmanship to Neighbors with whom he has worked closely during past sessions. Local and State issues Highlight January Agenda Two issues of local im- portance - transportation and total system perfor- mance assessment - high- light the first day's agenda for the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board' s winter meeting in Pahrump, Nevada, January 28 - 29, 1997. Presenta- tions on transportation is- sues by the Department of Energy (DOE) and state, local and public interest groups will be comple- mented by an afternoon round-table discussion of the issues. The agenda for the sec- ond day includes updates on program activities within the Office of Civil- ian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM) and presentations on reduc- ing hydraulic uncertainties at Yucca Mountain. The meeting is open to the public and, in a change from the usual, will begin at 8 a.m. both days. The meeting will be held in the Bob Ruud Commu- nity Center, 150 N. High- way 160, Pahrump, Ne- vada. I I I I Valley Electric Association Monthly Board of Directors Meeting Tuesday, January 28, 1997 9am At the VEA Main Office Building, Highway 372 one mile West of Highway 160 ,i All VEA members are invited to attend I IIII I I III II Clinton Commemorative Envelopes I0 ea. or 87 / per hundred of same type Mark Hail Envylopes 1051 W. Windsong Pahrump, NV, 89048 fov Flame Wldte Preddent  Clinton The White House 1600 Peml'vaula Ave. Washlngtou, D.C., 20500 Redhead Bed Store 9 tuckySt udon, VA, Colo. EIoca Orange I II Coi, Phoeulz Fire Preadeut Bm Cllnlm TI White Hmme *:s0oAve. wgt.oL D;C Siunl Crow !1 Pleasender alllnll Drive Loomgel CA. II IL I ci. ,Bt glack . II III Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, January 23, 1997 9 Service Forum (702) 727-5512 Are you having problems wading through government red tape? O. /Y///, r,,,kr.prry, __'i, vq,/t" <.-/)i,,r, rct; __'('fl/ri/[/ fn'fltlt'/ll, ft/l) f /,flr}('/ff r'r)//lt'r J't'rl,}ft;v I Can Help! Phone 751-0307 DiAnne E, Knudsen, G,P,C, Some of 00epon00  & Tablels For Free Audio Tape 1-888-597-6510 Back00 Household Chores Have You Blue? Who can you turn tot Mrs. Clean 727-00523 Most Homes can be done For as little as $25* a week Licensed & Bonded Pahrump Housesitting Services" We provide housesitting services while you are away from your home, : We-  Check your house " 1 A, Feed your animals r Water your plants Seven days a wt/Go aa vacat/an  your nous lu """- Give us a Call 751-2159 Persona/Income Taxes Prepared Corporation Taxes Done Bookkeeping by appt. only Income taxes can be done by mail if desired Lee J. Fellows 1-(702) 727-0297