It appears that the Washoe County Lands will not be reviewed at the upcoming meeting after all. It has not been added to the agenda, and there is a statutory requirement that it be on the agenda 3 working days before the meeting.
There are other issues on the agenda worthy of consideration.
#13 Granting private schools the same consideration as public schools in that build plans will only require a Board of Adjustment “special use permit” in all areas except those zoned Industrial and Commercial.
#14 The board will review the appeal of the decision by the Planning Commission to deny approval of the Lemmon Drive Estates development. It is a plan for 98 homes near the intersection of Lemmon and Military. It looks like another plan that has no rational justification given the state of Lemmon Valley.
#15 The board will review the appeal of the decision by the Planning Commission to deny approval of the Prado Ranch North development in Lemmon Valley. This is a property that has been partly submerged for two years. Both the traffic report and hydrology report were revealed as shams under scrutiny by the planning commissioners.
#16 The board will review the appeal of the decision by the Planning Commission to deny approval of the Autumn Wood II development on Zolezzi Lane. The development is not consistent with the area plan and presents a fundamental flooding problem.
I hope the false alarm over the Lands Bill being considered has not inconvenienced you. It was based on our best information.