Monthly Archives: March 2018

Tuesday community meeting at Boomtown (6pm in the Truckee room)

Hi there,

 

Just wanted to send a quick update that we had a solid turnout at the February 28 City Council hearing in regards to Meridian 120 South. We want to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone that put in effort to attend and/or communicate your concerns with Council. Because of so much involvement, the Developer did request a continuance at the last moment, which was granted by Council. The reason for the request was to engage with the community to discuss this project.

 

A meeting has been arranged Tuesday March 27th at 6:00 pm and is to be held at Boomtown’s Truckee Room (snacks and beverages will be served).

 

A mailer is being sent this week in effort to reach those residents not yet on our email list and those without computer access, but we request that you let your fellow neighbors and friends know as well. This is the opportunity the community has been asking for, to discuss issues and ask questions directly with the developer prior to a project being approved.  It is very important that the City Council and developers see that our community is engaged and committed to this process.  Please attend if you’re able!

 

The Verdi Community Council does plan to summarize an update and status of the project thus far, as well as outline the many concerns shared by our community.  However, this is your opportunity to have your questions answered and to vocalize the concerns that face our community!

 

Below is a link to the meeting February 28th where a lot of GREAT public comment was heard. Our meeting starts at the 06:00:00 mark, however, there is a quick 10 minute “presentation” and discussion on the Mortensen-Garson plan prior to our item (05:49:00).

 

http://renocitynv.iqm2.com/Citizens/SplitView.aspx?Mode=Video&MeetingID=1726&Format=Agenda 

 

As always, we sincerely appreciate your continued involvement and support. We look forward to seeing you March 27th!

 

Best Regards,

 

Verdi Community Council

https://www.facebook.com/verdicommunitycouncil

www.keepverdiverdi.org