The R-C Morning Report

Gardnerville formed a non-profit corporation to revitalize its main street on Tuesday night. Members of the town board approved incorporation papers, named nine members to the board of directors and provided $25,000 in seed money to the company. Town Manager Jim Park described it as a public-private venture.

However, the 58-home mixed use commercial project at the entrance to Chichester Estates I reported being on the agenda for last night was delayed until July. The development sits across the street from Heritage Park.

Minden Town Board members meet 6 p.m. today at the CVIC Hall on Esmeralda. Among the items on the agenda are a request by the county to approve a new zoning designation for single family residential traditional and the doubling of the number of units allowed in multi-family residential from 12 to 25 per acre. Gardnerville town board members rejected the increase in density. The alterations were approved with the update of the master plan, according to County Planner Harmon Zuckerman, and the county is bringing the code in line.

The high temperature today will strain to hit 66 degrees under blustery and partly cloudy conditions. Winds will blow 10-15 mph with gusts of up to 25 mph.


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