The R-C Morning Report for Oct. 6
Genoa, Nev. — Meeting week started off with a bang with Douglas County commissioners on Monday being live-streamed to the universe. While that’s up and running in Minden, there’s a bandwidth shortage at Lake Tahoe, so those meeting probably won’t start live streaming until November.
Today, Gardnerville and Genoa hold their monthly meetings. Gardnerville Town Board members will discuss a deal to pay the county for its work to manage the town’s enterprise funds. They’ll have to reverse an April decision to oppose any reallocation. If they rescind that, then they’ll discuss approving some form of allocation. Gardnerville meets 4:30 p.m. in the town offices.
Genoans will hear a county request on helping to fund the North Valley Waste Water Treatment Plant and a presentation on a new solar ordinance. No action will be taken on either item. Genoa’s Town Board meets 6:30 p.m. in the Town Hall.
It’s definitely going to warm up this week, with high temperatures in the mid-80s by Friday. The record for Oct. 7 is 90, Oct. 8 is 91, Oct. 9 is 92, all set in 1996. That means the forecast is a couple of degrees short of record-breaking, but you never know. For today expect 75 degrees and sunny skies, with the west wind shifting to the north this afternoon at 5 mph.