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Legals Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, May 15, 1997 29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Petition has been pre- sented to the Nye County Board of County Commis- sioners desiring the abandon- ment of Canoe Court located within Block 16 of the Calvada Valley Unit 6 Sub- division, Nye County Recorder's File Map #36024, located in Section 23, Town- ship 20 South, Range 53 East, in the Town of Pahrump, Nye County, Nevada. Pursuant to NRS 278.480, the Board of County Commis- sioners of the County of Nye, State of Nevada, will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, the 3rd of June, 1997, at the hour of 11:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the Commission- ers Chambers located at 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Ne- vada, at which time any and all interested parties may ap- pear and be heard. Any parties desiring to sub- mit written comments may do so at any time prior to this Public Heating. Written com- ments should be submitted to the Nye County Planning Department, P.O. Box 1513, Tonopah, NV 89049. Copies of this Notice, Peti- tion, and any associated maps or other documents are avail- able for inspection at the Nye County Planning Department located at 1114Globemallow Lane, Tonopah, Nevada. Publish: 5/15/97 NOTICE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET HEARING 1997-98 BUDGET In compliance with N.R.S. 354.596, 2 and 3, referring to the section affecting the School District, the PUBLIC HEARING of the 1997-98 SCHOOL BUDGET for the Nye County School District will be held on the THIRD WEDNESDAY in May, more specifically May 21, 1997 at one thirty (1:30 p.m.) in the afternoon, at the Nye County School District Ad- ministration Office, Military Circle, in the town of Tonopah, Nye County, Ne- vada, at which time any in- terested person may appear. The budget has been prepared on forms prescribed by the Nevada Tax Commission. Copies of the 1997-98 Bud- get, and all supporting detail, are on file for inspection at the Nye County School Dis- trict Administration Office, P.O.Box 113,MilitaryCircle, Tonopah, Nevada 89049, and copies are filed with the Nye County Clerk, Nevada Tax Commission, and the State Department of Education. BOARD OF TRUSTEES NYE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Richard J. Scanlan, Clerk Attest: Geraldine M. Harge, Superintendent Nye County School District Publish 5/8/97, 5/15/97 Valley Fire Department Training On April 5 the Pahrump Valley Fire Department held a recruitment for volunteer firefighters with 12 completing the process. This process included; a physical agility portion that would test the'strength of each firefighter in a grueling challenge of endurance and balance; a written examination that would depict the level of education and understanding; and finally, an oral interview to determine the candidates response under stressful circumstances These twelve individuals then proceeded to the next level that would allow them to perform firefighting functions in actual situations. They combined together as a group which consisted of Student Firefighter Recruits, persons under the age of 18 that are still in school, and Fire fighter Recruits that are 18 years or older. The course is titled Entry Level Volunteer Firefighter or ELVF. This course extended into 40 hours of intensive training. Four ten hour days were spent by the new recruits to complete the required ELVF course. Each new recruit freely gave of his/her time to serve their community. The course consisted of: Firefighter Safety, Fire Behavior, Firefighting Tactics and Strategies, Hose and Fire Streams, Forcible Entry and Tools, Ladders, Wildland Firefighting, Personal Protective Equipment, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Confined Space Awareness, Material Safety Data Sheets, Fire Extinguishers, and Fire Depart- ment Organization. The successful recruits are as follows: Chris Racine, Firefighter, Gary Thurman, Firefighter, Wheeler Springs Canyon, May 13,1997. A brush l'we apparentlyignited by alightning strike from I Joe Graziano, Firefighter, Tina Kuras, Fire fighter, Heather Farthing, Student Firefighter, Chuck several days prior, erupts t'filing the sky east of Pahnunp with smoke. After containment, the fire [ CresweU, Firefighter, Stephanie Marshall, Student Firefighter, Chris Hess, Student Firefighter, reignited on Wednesday reaching a size of 100 acres. Several agencies were called to suppress the John Henderson, Firefighter, Mike Devine, Student Firefighter, Rodd Fernandes, Firefighter, fire using slurry drops, hotshot crews and just plain hard work. Brett Morgan, Firefighter. U.S.v. Nye County lawsuit ends: Era of coope'rative management of Public Lands Foreseen Attorneys for Nye County and the United States Govern- ment announced May 1 that they have signed and filed with the U.S. District Court a settlement agreement and stipulation to dlsiiss a lawsuit which has been pending for more than two years related to the management of the public lands located within Nye County. The County's officials hailed the settlement and the attached "Tri-Party Framework for Inter- actions Agreement" a the.dawning of a new day in coopera- tive management of a large segment of Nevada's public lands. The United States sued Nye county in March of 1995 to invalidate Nye County's claim, based on a 1978 Nevada statute, that the County had authority to manage and control the public lands located within the county's boundaries. Nye County, the second largest county in the United States, covers more than 18,000 square miles of land, making it larger than the states of New Hampshire and Vermont combined; and 93 percent of the County's 11.2 million acres is public land. The Settlement Agreement provides: "The United States recognizes that the State of Nevada and Nye County posses concurrent jurisdiction over the public lands within Nye County for such purposes as law enforcement and the protection of public health and safety in accordance with applicable federal law and regulations." The Agreement _00riefly Noted also states that: "The State of Nevada and Nye County submitted to the U.S. District Court, Attorney General recognize that the United States owns and has the authority Frankie Sue Del Papa stated that the law passed by the to manage and administer public lands within Nye county." Nevada Legislature was unconstitutional and urged the Nye County, the Bureau of Land Management and the Court to invalidate the law and confirm that title to the Forest Service also have signed the Tri-Party Framework public lands in Nye County belonged to the United States. for Interactions Agreement, which creates processes for Federal District Judge Lloyd George, agreeing with the achieving joint objectives on the public lands, such as road position taken by the United States and the Nevada Attorney maintenance, law enforcement, economic stabilization, rec- General, issued an opinion in March 1996 invalidating the reation and conservation, statute and declaring that the United States held title to the "The parties have pledged their best efforts to making public lands in Nevada. cooperative management of the public lands a reality through Carver remains convinced of his original position on the the processes established by the Interactions Agreement," issue of ownership of the public lands, and he still is said Les Bradshaw, Nye County Manager. "Already, we disappointed that the Court made the ruling it did. Nonethe- have seen significant progress toward this goal during the less, Carver today also expressed his happiness with the more than dozen, day-long meetings we have participated in ultimate outcome of the lawsuit. with the BLM and Forest Service," he added. "We are pleased to have a seat at the table where deci- On July 4, 1994, Dick Carver, then Vice-Chairman and sions are made every day that affect our citizens, "Carver now Chairman of the Nye County Board of Commissioners, said. "It took a bulldozer and a lawsuit, but Nye county bulldozed open a road located on Forest Service land within citizens now enjoy the same rights as other Americans. That Nye County, asserting that it was a public road which could is all we ever asked for." "I not be closed without the consent of the County. Citing a am glad it is over," stated Carver about the thirteen 1978 law passed by the Nevada State Legislature, Nye months of negotiations which culminated in the Settlement County claimed that the State (not the Federal Government) Agreement. "Now we can get on with the business of owned the public lands in Nevada. In a highly unusual brief serving the people of Nye County." Evapotrans-- piration study in Death Valley National Park Richard H. Martin, super- intendent of Death Valley Na- tional Park, announced the availability of an Environmen- ted Assessment (EA) for a evapotranspiration study of the Death Valley National Park Playa. The study would involve three evapotranspiration monitoring sites. The EA de- scribes the proposal, its alter- natives and compares the en- vironmental impacts. The EA is available for public review and comments for 30 days. For a copy of the EA, or for additional informa- tion, please contact the park's environmental specialist, Ri- chard Anderson, at Death Valley National Park, Death Valley, CA 92328, by at (760) 786-3251, or by -mail at richard 1 ._anderson@nps.gov. YMCA summer camps for youngsters YMCA Sports Camps for youngsters 6-11 run from June-August and are offered for in-line hockey, soccer, swimming and all-sports, which combines many favor- ite youth sports. Campers age 9-11 also have additional choices: golf, Tae Kwon Do and tennis.. Preschoolers 4-5 years old have an oppoaunity to partici- pate in YMCA Friendship Canthis summer that include games, songs, am and crafts, movement education, indoor swimming and much more. For more information on these programs call the YMCA at 877-9622. The Bennett Family YMCA is lo- cated at 4141 Meadows lane, across from Meadows Mall. CCSN Dance this weekend The Desert Dance Theatre of the Community College of Southern Nevada will present two performances of "Sister Moses - The Story of Harriet Tubman," this weekend, May 16-17. Both performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre, 3200E.CheyenneAve,North Las Vegas. Admission prices are $8 for adults and $5 for senior citizens and students. These will be the second of five May performances of. fered by the CCSN Fine Arts Department's Spring Concert series. For reservations, call 651- 5483. Sandy Valley VFW Post #27 The Sandy Valley VIN Post #27 invites its community to aseminar aboutLivingTmsts on Thursday, May 29, at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Center on Quartz Ave. AAIP, one of fie West'slarg- est providevsof'iving Trusts", will be presenting the seminar. Call Adene" at 800-232- 9455 for further information and reservations.* Helping Hands Helping Hands of Pahr- ump is looking for commu- nity mindedindividuals hav- ing time to assist clients need- ing local transportation for doctor appointments, grocery shopping, etc. Mileage reim- bursement available. Call Lesley 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. " Monday-Friday. Phone: (702)727-6it 1.