Lyon County Planning Agenda – Tuesday, August 11, 2015

LYON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION

MEETING AGENDA

AUGUST 11, 2015

COMMISSIONERS MEETING ROOM

LYON COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX

27 SOUTH MAIN STREET

YERINGTON, NEVADA Read more ›

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Lyon County Commission Agenda – Thursday, August 6, 2015

***COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING ROOM***

***LYON COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX***

***27 S. MAIN STREET***

***YERINGTON, NEVADA***

THURSDAY August 6, 2015

A G E N D A Read more ›

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Lyon County Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 26, 2015

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Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 26th

Community Friends,

This week’s message is filled with many scattered bits of information. As many already know, Jeremiah Bean was convicted of 1st degree murder. The sentencing phase begins on Tuesday as to whether he will be sentenced to death, or given life without parole. Either way, our prayers continue to be with the families of these five victims as they start to gain closure. Read more ›

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COUNTY MANAGER REPORT – Boys & Girl’s Club of Mason Valley/Night in the Country

COUNTY MANAGER REPORT 

PRESENTED TO:       Board of County Commissioners

DATE:                     July 28, 2015

SUBJECT:                Boys and Girls Club of Mason Valley

I have fielded a number of inquiries about Night in the Country, the Boys and Girls Club of Mason Valley and the County’s role with the event and organization. I would like to address those inquiries and concerns with this report: Read more ›

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Commentary – The License plate scam

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The License plate scam

As has been noted in previous NewsDesk articles, the 2015 legislature approved a request from Nevada DMV to reissue new plates, replacing all license plates that are over eight years old.

The newer “flat plates” the state opted to manufacture several years ago because they were cheaper to produce than the embossed plates, are now considered unacceptable. In addition, while they were at it, they determined that all embossed plates over eight years old are also now considered unacceptable. Read more ›

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Lyon County Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 19th

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Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 19th

Community Friends,

We just survived another year of Night in the Country, or what we dearly term, “Yerington’s Redneck Burning Man.” It is a time when approximately 15,000 people descend upon Mason Valley, with campers full of beer, hard liquor, and scantily dressed men and women. Read more ›

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New Dayton history book by local author & celebration of 150 year old school, Nevada’s oldest – Saturday, August 1

Dayton school museum

“Images of America: Dayton,” Dayton’s first history book published since 1922, will be sold and signed from 1 to 5 p.m. on August 1 at the Dayton Valley Community Center at 170 Pike Street. Also, a gala celebration of the 150th birthday of the Dayton Grammar School, with a special ceremony, begins at 3 p.m. Lyon County Commissioner Chairman, Ray Fierro, will emcee the event Read more ›

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Lyon County Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 12th

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Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 12th

Community Friends,

During the past month, the Dayton area experienced at least 18 residential burglaries. The thieves took guns, cash and jewelry, which generally indicates drug addicts. Read more ›

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Lyon County Sheriff’s Message – Week of July 5th

McNeil

Sheriff’s Message, Week of July 5th

Community Friends,

After a wonderful vacation, it is back to the fast paced tempo. The first day back included a plane crash, arson house fire, flooding, flooding, and more flooding. I want to add, that when I ran for Sheriff, I adamantly stated there was no need for a “second-in-command” philosophy if decentralization was correctly established. I monitored the organization for 10 days, and I can tell you that they all did exceptionally well, and the system works. Read more ›

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THE GOVERNING STRUCTURE OF THE NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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THE GOVERNING STRUCTURE OF THE NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) (formerly the University and Community College System of Nevada “UCCSN”) was formed in 1968 to oversee all state-supported higher education in the U.S. state of Nevada. The name was changed in 2004. Two doctoral-granting research universities (Nevada, UNLV), one state college (Nevada State College), four community colleges (College of Southern Nevada, Great Basin College, Western Nevada College, Truckee Meadows Community College) and one research institute (Desert Research Institute) comprise the System. Read more ›

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