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8 Thursday, May 22, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Service Forum Whirlpool Auto Accidents Bankruptcy Criminal l)efense Divorce hlcorporation Wills & Trusts LAW OFFICES OF LOUIS M. MINICOZZI, ill A Professional Corporation PAHRUMP 361 S. Frontage Rd.- Suite 2 Telephone: (702)751-1200 LAS VEGAS 333 N Rancho Dr.- Suite 410 Teleohone: (.702) 648-4950 'Toll Free: (888) 246-1960 "& Shoot Auto Painting 751-0278 Canteen Bakery & (702) 727-744' Sugar Free Specialty Cakes & Pastry Pi & Bread Assorted Donuts & Goodies Hrs- 4:30 am - 1:30 pm Tues - Sat Thermax Clean Care Center 8pcdd/,m in 8m i Home Business Auto RV - and Rentals - Rent lhe world's best Steam Cleaner (702) 727-1339 $8 for 24 hOUIS 200 N. Lob St. -FREE- 10xl2 Room Pah,u,, NV e9041 Ckned W menk h ad ENTER Planning Commision - Continued from page 4 they missed their chance when nobody spoke about the matter during the public comment portion of the meeting. A group of 20-25 individuals left mid-way through the meeting after they felt their questions were not being an- swered. They stated they were unhappy that the Planning Commission would not allow for their opinion. "We did not invite Mr. Conte here to have an open forum with the public," said DePue. "This is why we hold work- shops. If someone has a question or suggestion, that is the time and the place for that sort of thing." Meredith said the whole idea of the meeting turned out to be a misunderstanding on the part of the citizens who at- tended. "Many of us came expecting Mr. Conte to explain the CC&Rs," said Meredith. "We thought this was our chance to talk it over and bring about our complaints to him." "Personally, I feel that Mr. DePue did the right thing," said Planning Director Ron Williams. "These folks have a civil issue that should be argued in court. I apologize if they feel that the Planning Commission was insensitive to their needs." With new proposed zoning ordinances and regulations, the Planning Commission hopes to alleviate some of the current problems relating to CC&Rs. Conte had questions and suggested revisions regarding the commission's zoning ordinance section of the Draft Master Plan. He asked if input will be sought from the developers when zoning maps are drafted and whether or not current subdivi- sion maps would be used to determine zoning boundaries. Also in question was the current standards for manufactured mobile home parks. Some of the suggestions that Conte brought up involved clearly defining statements made in the draft. One such example involved the use of the term "commission." He said that this could mean the planning or the county commission and could lead to confusion. Other examples involved contra- dictory measurements such as height limitations on buildings and the number of feet frontage that a developed acre should have. Conte questioned why the Planning Commission's failure to render a deeision on a project should be deemed as a denial of that project. He suggested that the commission should return a decision within 60 days of the hearing. He stated that this would allow for a more timely and complete examinatio--, of applications. Conte added that there should be a provisi, | . that allows for an extension of time should a project not be Continued on next page Manse Elementary Student of the Month The following students have been chosen Student of the Month for May at Manse Elementary School. These students have consistently displayed outstanding behavior, good study skills and attendance. They provide role models that enhance the Manse's encouragement of responsibile behavior for all students. Kindergarten: Cameron Harris, Sarah Newman, Laura Ann Robinson, Joshua Wood, Daniel Lee, Audra Zook, Keith Gieb. First Grade: Christopher Duke, Stephanie Wallace, Rebecka Ayers, Cody Stavrow, Sidney Johnson. Second Grade: Brittany Jones, Sera Olearain, David Weaver. Thii-d Grade: Denise Coates, Shealynn Richardson, Kevin Farmer. Fourth Grade: Jennifer Dabney, Michael McKnight, Troy Watts. Fifth Grade: Ashleey Workman, Kevin Elliot, Clayton Payne, Dustin Boudreau, Natasha Rose, Cassandra DeShaw. Coca-Cola outstanding student: Clayton Payne. /%00ERCARPE("00 00.00699sq00d00uPj T" H f L00oLEuM 'DO,T YOURSELF" 00,.24 99 Sq Yd (702) 727-0744 Lic. 38250 P-115-SS Call Today Free Estimates '.OTCHGARD CARPET w/PAD "DELUX" $10.00 Sq Yd CERAMIC TILE WHITE 13" X 13" $1.29 Sq Ft Special Order Peel & Stick Patterned 12"x12" Congoleum Tile Material Only for Builders in stock now Quality products I IIIII Floorcovermg OuUet 647'1 S. Homestead Road The Sign 0fAn Expert. .... _ .... . .,; ,