Genoa, Nev. — County commissioners approved $1.6 million in supplemental requests to the general fund budget and the capital improvement plan on Tuesday. Final budgets are due at the state by mid-May, which is around a month before the Legislature will complete its budgeting process.
The Douglas County Board of Health is meeting virtually 3 p.m. today, where they’ll hear reports on vaccinations and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on Carson Valley Medical Center. The only action on the agenda is to determine a schedule and location for future meetings.
The Genoa Historic Commission is discussion a revision of its enabling code which includes a requirement that any changes to a building, sign, lighting or fence in the Historic District must be approved before work begins. The commission is meeting 7 p.m. tonight in the CVIC Hall’s Fortnightly Room in Minden.
Douglas County Emergency Management reported three new cases of the coronavirus and seven recoveries on Tuesday, bringing Douglas to 92 active cases. As of this morning, the county has no flags for any of the state’s three criteria.
It’s about to warm up in Carson Valley with Friday hitting 84 degrees before a minor disturbance in the force brings some cooling over the weekend. That’s nowhere near the record of 90 degrees set for the day in 1981, but still fairly warm.
I can guarantee it’s going to be sunny out today, unlike the forecast for Tuesday, because I waited to post this until the sun came out. Expect a high temperature today of 71 degrees with a breeze of 5-10 mph out of the north this afternoon.
Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org