Commentary – Letter to Nevada Republican Assemblymen

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It is time to put your priorities, perspectives and pride in order and remember who you work for. Read more ›

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U.S. Senate approves Yerington Land Transfer

The City of Yerington and Lyon County are pleased to announce that today, the U.S. Senate passed the Congressional legislation to transfer 10,400 acres of land from the federal government to the City of Yerington (“Yerington”). Read more ›

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Lyon County Commissioner agenda – Thursday, December 18, 2014


For Possible Action: Provide the County Manager and staff with direction to respond to the Nevada Department of Transportation’s proposal addressing USA Parkway coming into Lyon County, access and egress to and from U.S. Highway 50, and to address the U.S. Highway 50 consttruction from Stagecoach to the Churchill County line Read more ›

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Lyon County Planning Agenda – December 9, 2014

10:00 A.M. – TIME CERTAINDiscussion and possible action regarding the review of the draft Lyon County Land Use and Development Code, with special concentration on Chapters 15.125, 15.335, 15.336; and 15.360, as time allows (for possible action) Read more ›

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Land’s bill nearing Congressional approval

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Long anticipated land’s bill nearing approval – Finally!

Though the bill has not been officially passed, it has been agreed to amongst House and Senate members, and the news was in the papers this morning.

In a major bipartisan breakthrough, House and Senate lawmakers last night successfully attached a slew of public lands and energy bills to the defense authorization bill that Congress hopes to pass in the coming week.

If passed, the dozens of bills would represent — by far — the largest public lands package advanced by Congress since the 2009 Omnibus Public Land Management Act.

The package, negotiated by leaders on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources and House Natural Resources committees and backed by leaders on the Armed Service panels in both chambers, represents a major compromise between conservation and development interests.

It is part of the national Defense Authorization bill, on page 1145 of 1648 pages. Not pretty, but nonetheless in this bill that has passed the last 51 years!

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