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4 Thursday, April 124, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Night Games for Litiqe League by And)' Holtmann Night games for the Pahrump Valley Little League may be in jeopardy. According to testimony from the Little 2 1/2 corner lot on Woodchips $22,500 10,500 Buildable lot on Highland St. Submit all offers. Horse Property - 2 1/2 acres Corner Lot, Sutton & Maple. $21,500 Two 1 acre Industrial Lots. Corner Lots, side by side on paved road. Oyster St. off Basin Ave. $52,000 + $57,000. Potential Subdivision - 120 Acres includes water rights. 3 wells Fronts on two paved roads. Basin & Wilson. Water & Sewer available in Near Future. Estate Sale: This is a must see must sell Large double wide mobile on 3 lots in Comstock Park. Clean & ready to move into. Carport,Guest house, Fully landscaped with lawn, Tall pines and shrubs, roses & White rock. Set up for easy maintenance. NOW ONLY $70,000 Will look at all offers. Finiancing available For appointments ~ 727-9262 | I I League President Sally Holzer at the April 21 town board meeting, the lights that serve to brighten the field are in need of adjustment. Holzer said that the lights at Pahrump's Sports and Recreation Complex are spread out too far over a 500 foot area and are brighter in some parts than others. The playing surface for little league is around 300 square feet. The current lighting system is adequate for soccer, but not for baseball. The town has paid for lighting service from Yesco Inc., but Holzer said that they need to come out again. "The whole field needs to be adjusted," stated Holzer. "The wind knocks out the lights and the brightness of some of the lights can be a safety hazard for kids trying to catch a ball while looking into the lights." "I think that the lights are too tall," said Diane Stavrow, Player Agent for Rookies. "There are areas of the field that the lights don't cover enough, but yet there is enough to light up people's back yards. Holzer said that the little league has had to shell out money in the past for service to the lights. A special truck called a "boom box" is equipped with a crane tall enough to service the lights. "It is not our fault that the town doesn't have a boom box tall enough to service the lights," said Holzer. "But it seems like whenever we come before the town board it is like 'Oh, what does the little league want now?' Don't take money away from us for something that isn' t our fault to begin with." Holzer did say though that the baseball fields in district 3 have been extremely well kept. She is happy with the current state the complex is in. "We did not mean this lighting concern in any way to. reflect any bad feelings toward the town," said Holzer. "I have seen baseball fields in Vegas and other towns and none compare to the ones in Pahrump. I am more than happy with the current standards in District 3." Holzer's concerns have prompted another town bo.  ' meeting slated for April 29. Further discussion of the lig ing situation will be addressed. Until then the kids will be playing under the current lights at the complex. Town Board action Continued from front page town manager (currently the town board) for all expenditures over $200 which are outside the current approved budget with town board approval required for all capital improvements. The motion passed 4-1 with Gronda against. The second motion requiring all employees to read and sign the policy passed unanimously. Money matters dominated the meeting which began with a presentation of the Quarterly Financial Statement covering the nine months ending March 31, U00igen t Care 24 hours-a-,clay 7 days-a-week That's all day and all night. The Arcon P00rump fi)r o ry :O "nj r Pohrurnp Center for Healthcare 1501 E. Calvada Boulevard Pahrump, NV 89048 702-727-6060 1997 by Michael E. Cox, C.P.A. With 75% of the fiscal year elapsed the cash balance for the town was $647,043. The majority of expendi- tures appeared to be within the budget. A few exceptions were general insurance, vehicle maintenance and employee benefits which have already exceeded the annual budgeted amounts. In other money matters, the board approved the pur- chase of two new Speakers for the arena, the purchase of 5,000 gallons of gasoline for thetown tank and tabled a request to spend $6,160 for a range hood for tlm arena snack bar. At Gronda's request, the board voted to remove the town manager from the Legis- lative Task Force reducing membership to seven which makes four a quorum. The Emergency Services Committee gained new mem- bers, Pearl Dearborn, Bob McDonald and Kay Floyd to bring the total membership to seven after Bill Pyzyna and Tom Butler resigned. Permission for The Soci- ety for Creative Anachronism to use Pctrack Park and the Arena October 10-13, 1997 was given unanimous apval with some provisions. Town Board memb, Gary Hollis discussed creat- ing a position for Assistant Town Managor and suggested Peggy Wmaer for the posi- tion."lt isn't going to change," he said. "Tbese Town Manag- m lee just going to continue tocome hem and leave as soon - all, they get a bellet offer." He said the town needs the assis- tant manager to carry on the town business. Aflersomediscussm, tbe Board asked Smith to write a b aescaptioa for the posi- tion and prcvose a salary range then the Board will reconsider the issue.