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County cancels meeting due to posting error

Today’s meeting of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners was cancelled not long after it started due to an error in posting it to the state’s website.

The county was informed that the notice had not made it onto the state site until after the required posting deadline.

Under Nevada law, meeting notices must be posted to no later than 9 a.m. the third working day before the meeting is supposed to be held, unless prevented by technical problems with the state’s web site.

Both Carson City supervisors and Churchill County commissioners met on Thursday. Their notices were posted on Oct. 25. According to the state site, Douglas County didn’t post its meeting until Thursday.

The agenda was posted both on the county’s site and the physical locations required by law, spokeswoman Mellisa Blosser said.

In addition to agreements that could lead to the completion of Muller Parkway, the second reading for the 911 surcharge and a discussion on hiring a county manager, there were several projects up for final approval.

Blosser said all the items of business will be heard at a subsequent meeting.