County commissioners will go over and deliberate on the place of the Nye County jail in the course of a meeting at ten a.m. Tuesday at the county commissioners’ chambers at 2100 Walt Williams Dr. on the Calvada Eye.
The discussion is reportedly going to contain whether or not to close the Tonopah jail and house prisoners totally at the new Pahrump jail.
In other business, Sheriff Tony DeMeo is asking the county to acquire 10 patrol automobiles at a cost of $ 45,000 apiece. The sheriff says 55 cars have a lot more than 100,000 miles.
A resolution to the Federal Aviation Administration with regards to the Pahrump Airport project is up for approval.
Commissioners will discuss a master plan for the Calvada Eye.
A brief filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation on the Wayne Hage case will be discussed, which has been appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
An agenda item to name two rooms at the Nye County Government Center for former Pahrump Regional Planning Commission members Charles Dupre and Sheldon Bass is up for approval and designating an location in the commissioners’ chambers for outstanding citizen recognitions.
The job descriptions for the county manager and assistant county manager would be revised to adjust the educational specifications, below another agenda item. Former county commissioner Joni Eastley was hired as assistant county manager, even though she didn’t meet the educational specifications in the job description, she is being paid $ 45.36 per hour. The agenda item will also revise the assistant county manager’s reporting structure.
A public hearing is scheduled at ten:45 a.m. on an amendment to the Nye County Code governing the impoundment of animals for protective custody. Owners would have 5 company days to recover their animals, or they could be place up for auction, adoption or be destroyed.
Commissioners will consider filling a bailiff position for Fifth District Court Department 1 Judge Kimberly Wanker, using drug court funds.
Yet another 10:45 a.m. public hearing is scheduled on a nuisance at 3401 E. Savoy Blvd.
The public functions director is asking to get in touch with $ 85,803 in bonds for street improvements created with the Stephen Rakower Trust for Barney Street and Thistle Lane, under a warranty agreement made on Feb. 21, 2007.
Amongst 17 items under consideration under the consent agenda is the termination of a tower rental agreement with Commnet of Nevada LLC, two agreements with Wave Direct for tower space rental for Nye County for radio frequency communication with wireless ISP services and the selection of Motorola Solutions for an Amargosa Valley base station radio.
Commissioners will be asked to improve the budget with Central Nevada GIS and Cartography by $ 100,000 for the documentation of minor county roads.
An amended contract with Fantastic Basin Drilling for a monitoring effectively in Amargosa Valley, adding one more $ five,000, is also on the consent agenda.
The obtain of 12 Dell Latitude E6530 lap best computers for $ 14,168.ten is on the consent agenda.