Nye County commissioners will consider a bid to purchase one hundred mobile and 20 transportable radios for the public performs division, during a 10 a.m. meeting Tuesday at commissioners’ chambers on the Calvada Eye, 2100 Walt Williams Dr.
The meeting can be watched by video conference by logging onto the county’s site and clicking on public meeting videos categorized under Pahrump NV RV Park.
Nye County Info Technologies Director Mark Hatfield told county commissioners final month about a Federal Communications Commission deadline Jan. 1 to convert to radios operating on narrow band channels. The public works radios are old and can’t be converted to narrow band, he mentioned.
The cash will be taken out of the capital projects fund from the Payment Equal to Taxes.
Action on the Nye County Sheriff’s Division radio method is expected next month. Hatfield said the $ six million program doesn’t supply coverage in some locations and operates with gear that is outdated.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is first on the agenda with a 10 a.m. timed presentation on desert tortoise trans places in Nye County, which includes introductions of the project, a recognition award and potential opportunities.
In other organization, commissioners will rank applications for Community Improvement Block Grants for the 2013-14 fiscal year.
The board will contemplate applying for other grant applications Tuesday, like a U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development Neighborhood Facilities Grant Plan the Leads On Line Web program utilized by law enforcement a grant to establish a revolving loan fund for cleaning up Brownfield websites and grants with the State of Nevada Department of Transportation for the senior nutrition plan.
Commissioners will think about a resolution determining the allowable charges of cleaning up a nuisance complaint at 561 W. Irene St. and attaching it as a lien.
A get in touch with with Gilbert, Gaetke and Associates of Nevada, dba ARC Health and Wellness Centers for occupational well being services, is up for approval.
Bids on publication of the 2013 tax roll are up for consideration.
A contract with Excellent Basin Drilling to drill a monitoring nicely in Amargosa Valley is up for approval. An updated access agreement will also be deemed allowing the county access to land owned by IMV Nevada to drill extra wells under the groundwater evaluation plan.
A memorandum of understanding with Round Mountain Gold Corporation for mutual help in emergencies is up for approval.
Recommendations to the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection on the Neighborhood Supply Water Protection Program for public water systems will be deemed.
Ron Murphy Construction has asked for a variance on $ 900 in dumping costs.
A zone alter for a mobile home park on 9.63 acres at 1221 N. Blagg Rd. will be regarded as throughout the preparing section of the agenda at 11 a.m.
A zone adjust and master program amendment to change nine parcels totaling 60 acres north of Basin Avenue and west of Panorama Road from light industrial to heavy industrial will be regarded as. Wulfco and the Wulfenstein Trust have requested the modify for a propane distribution facility.
The Hafen Family members Restricted Partnership has supplied to dedicate a 30-foot wide portion of Powerline Road and vacate a portion of the road, in two agenda products up for approval.
A report on the status of development agreements authorized by the county, will be presented, at the request of Commissioner Joni Eastley.
A public hearing is scheduled on a bill amending the Nye County Code that would enable the RPC to approve partial releases of economic safety for completed improvements like streets, water and sewer lines.