The Dec. 15, 2022, R-C Morning Report

A walker uses the Genoa Vista Trail in this photo by Jay Aldrich.

A walker uses the Genoa Vista Trail in this photo by Jay Aldrich.

Genoa, Nev. — Minden resident Carlo Luri was always a friend to The Record-Courier. He was photo editor at the Cornell Sun in college, and he contributed significantly to our community and the publication, including a few front page photos, both as subject and photographer. Remember him by using one of the trails he helped bring into existence or donating to the Carson Valley Trails Association or maybe both. He will be missed.

Commissioners are being asked to allocate $5.39 million to fund design and preconstruction for the new judicial center proposed for a parcel on Buckeye Road. The seed money is required to get an accurate cost estimate.

An ordinance to limit septic systems would affect 205 properties in Douglas County. Commissioners are coming into approval of the ordinance with a recommendation of denial from planning commissioners. Douglas County commissioners are meeting 10 a.m. today in the historic courthouse.

Commissioners are hearing two appeals of denials for vacation home rentals, including one from Tahoe attorney Joe Laub. So far, commissioners have upheld those denials.

Today is the deadline the deadline to register for Bee Bootcamp to be held Dec. 27-28 at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center for children 7-12. Information, 775-782-9960 or

Expect mostly sunny skies with a forecast high temperature of 39 degrees with the wind out of the east at 5 mph, calming this afternoon. The 15-degree low this morning will be the rule pretty much through the weekend.

Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Reach him at or 775-782-5122.


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