By Mark Waite
TONOPAH — An 11th change order with Wulfenstein Construction extending the completion date of the Blagg Road repair project to Sept. 28 is on the agenda when Nye County commissioners meet at 10 a.m. here Tuesday.
The meeting can be viewed by video conference from the Nye County commission chambers at 2100 Walt Williams Drive on the Calvada Eye in Pahrump, or by personal computer at <a href=www.nyecounty.net.
The no-cost change order is on the consent agenda in which a number of items can be approved with one motion. Another consent agenda item would provide an increase in funding for the multipurpose training center, for final expenses to complete the project.
Valley Electric Association requests an easement across county-owned property at Mesquite Avenue and Higley Road on the consent agenda.
Land action requests to be submitted to the Nevada congressional delegation for the Nye County lands bill are up for consideration.
Public petitioners have asked commissioners to consider amending Nye County code requiring a public vote before changing the minimum distance requirement of 50,000 feet, or 9.5 miles, between correctional facilities and residences.
An economic development contract with BEC Environmental Inc. for the next year is up for approval, during a 10:45 a.m. timed item.
Commissioners will consider giving a contact to Burlington Construction and Supply Inc. for the redesign of the Tonopah sheriff’s front office and remodeling work at the Beatty Fire Hall.
A five-year, cooperative fire protection agreement with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management is up for approval.
An agreement with Target Marketing LLC to use Nye County Geographic Information Systems GIS data for the Pahrump Chamber of Commerce map is up for approval.
Commissioners will consider waiving landfill fees to dispose of trash and debris from a nuisance property at 561 Irene Street in Pahrump.