The Caliente City Council voted to approve boundary line adjustments for Jim Henesh, combining his property with a lot he acquired in quiet title action. This will not affect any other property.
The request to reduce the special event garbage fee was denied to Best in the Desert Silver State “150.”
The council discussed that they would need dumpsters by the VFW, Dixon Park, and by the school. They plan to have vendors and other attractions.
As of July 1, the county increased the price of hauling garage for Caliente. The council approved donating water at the July 6 meeting for the races on September 22-24.
Approval was given for Jerry Carter to put items up for bid. The items are a Mac Dump Truck, Durango, that had been given to the City by the LCSO, and rolls of chain link fencing that had previously been around Dixon Park. The City will be posting the ads and more information this week.
The Nevada Economic Development Conference will be held in Las Vegas on Sept. 11-13. With the mayor and councilmen unable to attend, Jerry Carter, Ken Dixon, and Dylan Frehner stepped up to attend. The City will pay for registration, travel, and lodging. Victor Jones was absent, and if he wants to go, one of the others will step down. There are five or six different classes to attend that are beneficial to the City.
Deputy Sheriff Evan Schimbeck was in attendance.
The Beautification Committee has set up a bank account at Nevada Bank and Trust for donations towards “Save the Depot.” Anyone can make donations there.
The next meeting will take place Sept. 7.