The survey at this link is designed to measure Verdi-area residents’ feelings regarding the aggregate processing plant (39 Ventures project) in Verdi. The results of this survey will be discussed with the Reno City Council, so please share this survey with everyone in the Verdi area who has a stake in the outcome of this issue. Everyone with an opinion on this matter should complete the survey, including multiple people within the same household. Just like our petitions, in order to ensure validity of survey results please only complete the survey once per person. If the link above doesn’t work, here is the direct link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RV2S3HJ
Click the link here to view the corrective action plan presented to Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) by GeoScience Associates, LLC regarding the 39 Ventures site.
Of special note (as discussed in our most recent Verdi community meeting) is page 3, under the paragraph “Schedule and Project Duration” where cleanup efforts (including “screening, crushing, and mitigation operations”) are estimated to last 6 months to one year.
The Reno City Council has moved discussion pertaining to the following items to Wednesday, July 29th at 6pm:
- LDC15-00016 (39 Ventures Materials Processing Facility)
- ANX15-00001 (39 Ventures Annexation)
This meeting will determine the future of the 39 Ventures project in Verdi. Everyone with an interest in the future of Verdi should be at this meeting!
You can see the most up-to-date information here
The McGinnis Report is available here.
This report was commissioned by members of the Verdi community to assess the potential impacts of activities on the 39 Ventures property.
Reno City Council is placing the 39 Ventures project on the agenda for the July 22nd meeting. Details will be available at this page. The agenda is not yet posted, but should be soon.
Because this meeting will have a substantial impact on the future of Verdi, it is important that ALL VERDI RESIDENTS make an effort to show up. The Verdi Community Council is preparing a series of meetings that will help Verdi residents prepare to make an effective presentation to the Reno City Council.
We’ve updated our “Resources” tab in the main menu. There is now a section for frequently used contact information. You can see the new page here. This page will be updated periodically with new information.
Is there anything you’d like to see added? Send us a message and let us know!
Please use the contact form below to share your conditions and property use thoughts based on this evening’s meeting at the VFW:
The Verdi Community Meeting has been officially scheduled for Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 6:30 PM, at the VFW Hall (corner of Bridge and Highway 40). This is a change form the original tentative date.
We would like to present information as received from City Council and 39 Ventures to request your valuable feedback.
We established this organization to represent our fellow residents, therefore, it is extremely important to us that we to share this information, and obviously value your input and response.
Check here frequently for updates… We have a meeting coming up on June 22nd (tentatively to be held at the VFW Hall, time TBD. The purpose of this meeting is to keep Verdi residents informed regarding recent events affecting the 39 Ventures project.
The text below is from the Washoe County website, regarding the recent Washoe County Commissioners meeting. Our county is the recipient of some very generous and interesting donations!
Reno, Nevada. June 16, 2015. The following report highlights several important agenda items from the Washoe County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Videos of County Commission meetings are replayed regularly on WCTV (Charter Ch. 193). You may also watch videos-on-demand online.
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed June 2015 as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and June 21, 2015 as The Longest Day. The goal of the proclamation is to provide information about challenges people with dementia or Alzheimer’s and their caretakers deal with on a daily basis. Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death impacting the lives of millions of people. The Alzheimer’s Association continues to work hard to get rid of Alzheimer’s through advanced research and reduce the risk of dementia through promotion of brain health.
Commissioner Vaughn Hartung (District 4) said, “The tsunami surrounding Alzheimer’s disease is coming as this continues to affect more and more people every day. We need to be prepared as a community to support it.”
To help raise awareness about a disease so many researchers are working toward coming up with a cure for, the Board asks the public to wear purple in June for all those affected by Alzheimer’s.
The Board also proclaimed the following:
The Board accepted the following donations:
Pictures from today’s proclamations will be posted online to Washoe County’s photo gallery.