By Mark Waite
TONOPAH — A resolution preventing federal infringement on the right to bear arms is up for approval when Nye County Commissioners meet at 10 a.m. today.
The meeting was postponed by one day to obtain a full quorum. County Commissioner Lorinda Wichman has been in Washington, D.C. and would miss the Tuesday meeting.
The meeting can be viewed by videoconference at the commissioners’ chambers at 2100 Walt Williams Dr. on the Calvada Eye. It can also be seen on the Internet at www.nyecounty.net and clicking on “public meeting videos.”
In other business, the county commission will consider submitting a letter of support to the California Energy Commission for the BrightSource Hidden Hills 500-megawatt, solar power project on the Tecopa Road.
A resolution for the proposed Pahrump Airport is up for approval.
Commissioners will consider reducing the Tonopah Justice Court budget.
The renewal of a recreation and public purpose lease for the Amargosa Community Park is on the agenda.
Commissioners will consider a bid to complete the construction of the Beatty ambulance barn.
A presentation is scheduled on the history of Nye County endowment funds, the money the county received from the U.S. Department of Energy for the Yucca Mountain project.
Changes to the job description for the county manager and assistant county manager are back on the agenda.
Commissioners will consider a request for an outdoor festival license for the Tough Mudder Event April 13-14 at the Spicer Ranch north of Beatty in a 10:45 a.m. timed item.
A presentation is scheduled by Friends of Nevada Wilderness at 10 a.m.
JAB Broadband has a request to rent tower space from Nye County.
A change order to the professional services agreement with Day Engineer for technical and construction oversight of the Gabbs water system improvements is up for approval.