Genoa, Nev. — East Fork Fire Protection District trustees voted to implement wildland urban interface regulations on Tuesday beginning July 1. County officials argued the regulations should include the chief building official. That may all be worked out in the next 45 days.
Agreements modifying contracts for the next three years for East Fork’s firefighters and battalion chiefs were approved by district trustees on Tuesday. The 79 firefighters are still voting to ratify the contract, but the association is confident.
I hear that the Douglas County School Board continued a discussion on a policy dealing with transgender students pending further information. As of Tuesday there are no students participating outside of their gendered sport or using bathrooms or locker rooms different from their birth genders.
The Just A Drop In Farmers Market debuts in Gardnerville’s Heritage Park 8 a.m. today. It’s going to be on the smaller side of the park to start with and then move into the larger portion as it grows, according to owner Teressa Bennis.
There’s water crossing Mottsville this morning, according to a deputy. The West Fork of the Carson River at Woodfords is at minor flood stage with 13.79 feet late last night.
The East Fork of the Carson River rose into the action stage reading 13.07 feet around 2 a.m. today. That’s a little lower than the forecast 13. 5 feet. The forecast for early Saturday has dropped back to 14.6 feet.
The closure gate on Highway 4 in Alpine County will move to Wolf Creek this morning, which will increase public access to the East Fork and the campground at Centerville Flats, according to CalTrans.
The forecast calls for sunny skies and a high of 83 degrees. The wind will be out of the east 5-10 mph shifting west to 15-20 mph in the morning.
Kurt Hildebrand is editor of The Record-Courier. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-782-5122