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All '96 Watercraft $100 over invoice 24 Thursday, January 23, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette 00,Oo.00McM.r00o Co tlnty Commission N00tes PAHRUMP - The following actions and discussions took place during the Nye County Commission meeting held Tues- day, January 21, in Tonopah. * Carver votes to meet in Pahrump mid-February - Item 7-M on the agenda was an item to set the date and location of the second commission meeting in February. Pahrump's Red Copass motioned the board meet in Pahrump and his fellow Pahrump commissioner, Cameron McRae, seconded the mo- PAHRUMP" COLLEGE SOLHERN NEVADA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SOUTHERN NEVADA PAHRUMP Enroll now Automotive class AUTO 101B Monday & Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m. Instuctor Bob Dandy. Course covers basics and beyond. Prepare for a career in the automotive repair industry. Music! Concert Band MUSIC 197 Wednesday 6 - 9 p.m. Instructor Scott Riley. Open to all ages, all abilities. Accomodates most instruments. Could develop into a community ensemble! Career Development CAPS 123 Wedesday 6 -9 p.m. Instructor R. Knight. Confused about what it is you want to do? Explore your abilities, interests, aptitudes and occupational needs. Develop you life skills. All Classes: For more information call Dan Simmons 751-3452. 13,aJtD o: R OF 11 tt uNiv1sn'Y ND Co4f4( frl CO1(; sYsTt o NVAI J Illl I tion. Chairman Dick Carver, under fire in the media lor publicly stating the meetings in Pahrump should stop unless there "are matters which affect Pahrump" on the agenda, voted tor the measure. But not until asking the two Pahrump commis- sioners if there will be any items affecting Pahrump. Copass and McRae assured the Round Mountain rancher that would indeed be the case, The vote passed unanimously. The meeting wilt be held at the Bob Ruud Community Center on Basin and Hwy. 160 beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 18. Everybody is encouraged to plan now and attend this very important opportunity to see your elected officials in action. * Parcel map approvals streamlined - Resolution 97-04 was approved effective immediately for Planning Director Ron Williams to sign parcel map certificates of approval. The resolution stipulates that Williams is authorized to sign on behalf of the commissioners after approval to subdivide is given. The unanimous vote will streamline the waiting period for those effecting subdivision. * Fire Station in Crystal - The commission unanimously approved Planning Director Ron Williams make an application to the BLM for a recreation or public purposes (R&PP) lease for five acres of land north of the park to build a fire station for Crystal. Ron Williams will sign all paperwork associated with the project after the commissioners are apprised. * Beatty Justice Court vacancy filled - Beatty Justice of the Peace Bill Sullivan requested the commission fill a vacant ITrading Post Authentic Indian Jewelry Valentine Gift Headquarters Open 7 Days a Week-10 A.M.- 5P.M. (near 160 & Basin) Deputy Justice Court Clerk position. Beatty had over 600 more cases in 1996 than the previous year and Sullivan works in Pahrump Juvenile Court to help meet the growing criminal cases. After determining the hiring didn't violate the board's hiring freeze policy, the motion to fill the vacancy passed 5- 0. *Federal court case nearing end - According to Deputy District Attorney Gary Pulliam and Nye County Manager Les Bradshaw, a marathon settlement conference regarding the U.S. v Nye County lawsuit will be held with government attorneys in Washington D.C. January 30-31. Bradshaw and Pulliam voiced optimism the matter will be settled. Bradshaw, Pulliam, Rachel Nicholson, Dick Carver, and Red Copass will take a discounted "red-eye" flight to meet with federal officials. Bradshaw has insisted the "empowered decision- makers" are present to facilitate settlement. Federal Judge Lloyd George has advised both parties to settle soon or he will settle the matter himself by mid-March. * Public land management issues - Chairman Dick j Carver is back on the public lands path seeking to form a 17 county commission to collaborate in the fight for public lands. After discussion regarding whether citizens care about the public lands issue, it was determined to either table for later discussion or ignore the items discussed. * County employee health insurance broke - County manager Les Bradshaw informed the commission that the self- insurance program of the Nye County employee benefit pack- age is out of money. The commissioners put $250,000 into the fund one month ago. 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