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i ii Town Board Notes -- Board member Gary Hollis announced that Nye County Budget Officer Geneva Neulmuser was leaving her Pahrump office on January 1, 1998. She will be returning to Tonopah at the request of the county commis- sioners to aid with financial and budgeting concerns. Hollis said she has been a major benefit to both himself and the town hoard during her stay. Town Manager Mike Cosgrove presented her with flowers and the town board members wished her good luck. -- Auditor Dan McArthur presented the town board with his findings on an audit conducted on Palmanp's financial situation. McArthur said the town did very well and committed a few minor violations. Historical assets the town owns and the road fund being 0vet-budgeted by members to the Nevada Science and Technology Corridor Advisory Board and Economic Development staff. Bob Little was also appointed as an alternate. The final draft of a letter to Senator Harry Reid's office requesting the state and the Bureau of Land Man- agement turn over 875 acres of land to the town for the purpose of the new Nye County Fairgrounds was readand approved by the Town Board. Cosgrove said he is asking that letters of support from the community he sent to Reid's office. They expect the whole package that Senator Reid will receive will be on his desk before Christmas. -- The Windsong Tree Farm is leaving the Pahrump Valley. The owners have offered the town their entire of $2,806 were the only two noticeable violations he felt the inventory of trees.for $10,000. The farm has in excess of town needed to handle. He suggested that the town budget 4,000 trees; all potted, which the town would receive. It the road fund for an extra $100,000 next year in order to would additionally cost the town $3,600 to lease the catch up on past expenditures, property the trees are currently on for one year until they eanbe moved and $75 per month to keep them properly -- Approval was given for Cosgrove to negotiate with watered. In the end the east of each tree to the town was the lowest bidder for Town Boa felt that with ming Pool deck. Polar Contracting brought in a low bid of $10, ,. was too goo 7,000 square feet of the deck, including the floors  d bathrooms and showers. : money --MikeJohnsontenderedhisresignationasa -- All at  oard members retained their current of the Fair Advisory Board. The town hoard opened up ms positions tar J 0r all liaison positions and League of position to the public for applications and approved the Cities eprcSentatives. request by Candy Rex to serve as an alternate. -- The next Town Board meeting will be held on Tim Hafen and Steve Rainholt were appointed as Tuesday, January 13, 1998. MiningAssociation expects be 00tj5 new president by Geoff Kreis P VG Staff The Nevada Mining Association (NMA) is hoping to see more of its good business with Russel A. Fields taking over as the organization's new president. Fields replaces Michael Doyle, who is retiring from NMA after 8 years of service as the president. Fields served Governor Bob Miller as the Administrator of the Division of Minerals in the Nevada Department of Busi- ness and Industry since 1989 and is also well known in the mining industry and Nevada's business community. "Nevada's mining industry is grateful to Doyle for his dedicated service," said Don Prahi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the NMA and Vice President and General Man- ager of Barrick Goldstrike Mines, Inc. of Elko. "Thanks to his leadership, the NMA became an effective participant in the Nevada political process." In 1990 Doyle was named President of the N/VIA and his service as an enviromental regulator in Arizona paid off, as he built the NMA into the nation's largest and effective state mining association. The NMA hopes and is sure that Fields will do just as well at the job. "We are confident that Fields will continue and ex- pand upon Doyle's work," said Prahl. "Fields' experi- ence and his working knowl- edge of federal and state is- sues will be a tremendous resource for us." Fields is a geologist at the Mackay School of Mines and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Plantation Plaza Loundr V & Mini Marl the University of Nevada, Reno. NMA officials say that he is more than qualified to handle the position. The NMA was established in 1916 with 50 mining explo- ration companies, 225 supplier companies and 150 individual members that are located all over the state. With Nevada producing 66 percent of the gold in the nation and 9 percent in the rest of the world, Fields will be presiding over one of the most important industries in the state, supporting 67,000 jobs through direct and indirect employment. 00A...00ssoo IN\\;\II//J 4 of a Kind Cash Giveaway on ll//r" with max coins wins New Yeas eve IlimJ" ticket for Drawing Full Line Convenience Store i iii ii Corner of Pahrump   iVoll Blvd. & Manse "L ii Live Enterainment N0W API..AIUNG Nile Life Band Friday, Snturd a Sud gp.m.-2a.m.. Karaz&e Tuesday & Thursday 7p.m.- 12a.m. Sunday Jam With Nite Life Band Freddy Bob's American/Me.can Food CHECK OUT Freddy BoWs Spec/als . 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