For those who missed it, the details on the July 39th city council meeting can be found here.
Video of the meeting can be found here.
The Reno Community Council meeting held on July 29th has concluded, with the council denying the 39 Ventures special use permit to conduct screening/crushing operations at their site in Verdi. Continue reading
This page has been updated with the most current contact information for Reno’s City Council. When contacting the city council, please address your correspondence to the city clerk and cc any/all appropriate council members. Also, request that your correspondence be added to the “official record” of the specific issue about which you are writing (if appropriate).
Verdi Community Council is providing information to Verdi residents about this week’s Reno City Council meeting and HOW TO SAVE VERDI’S RESIDENTIAL AREAS FROM BECOMING AN INDUSTRIAL ZONE. Stop by and visit (and bring your neighbors).
Don’t forget to participate in the July 29th (at 6pm) Reno City Council meeting that will determine Verdi’s future!!! (see item M in the linked page)
Washoe County Sheriffs are currently helping keep downtown Verdi traffic moving at safe speeds (35mph or below). If you drive through downtown Verdi this morning, be sure to thank them for their efforts!
WHAT: Reno City Council is hearing Verdi residents’ opinions on the 39 Ventures materials processing facility (the “rock crusher/screening machine”)
WHO: ALL VERDI RESIDENTS SHOULD ATTEND!
WHEN: July 29th (time TBD; 6pm has been requested but won’t be verified until approximately July 19th)
WHERE: Reno City Council Chamber, One East First Street, Reno, NV 89501
WHY: To hear Verdi residents’ (and 39 Ventures’s) opinions on this project, and (hopefully) vote to approve or deny the application.
1) SHOW UP! If you don’t show up, the city council thinks you don’t care.
2) Be prepared to speak for up to 3 minutes to the city council to describe exactly why you feel the 39 Ventures project should or should not be allowed to proceed (use facts – not simply “I don’t like it” or “it hurts property values”… a better point would be specific, quantifiable impacts on local traffic/wildlife/cyclists/pedestrians/etc.)
3) Need help? Contact Gene Gardella at genegardella(at)yahoo.com for help formulate your presentation.
Further Info on the meeting: http://renocitynv.iqm2.com/Citizens/Detail_Meeting.aspx?ID=1274
Our next Crystal Peak Park cleanup will be Tuesday morning, August 11, at Crystal Peak Park (I-80 exit 3 and follow the signs to the park for those not familiar with it).
As an added bonus, anyone in the community who comes out and helps cleanup the park will be invited to Cabela’s next Friends and Family event at the store (date tbd). Anyone interested should contact Jamie at james.klund(at)cabelas.com
Remember to wear a hat, sunscreen and bring a bottle of water. Thanks for helping keep this beautiful park a real jewel in the Washoe County park system. An email reminder will be sent a couple days before the cleanup.