The R-C Morning Report for Sept. 6
September 6, 2016
Genoa, Nev. — Gardnerville Town Board members are scheduled to discuss a master plan and zoning map amendment for the Parks to change 266 acres of ag land to single family residential, 485 acres to receiving area, 105 acres of rural residential and 40 acres to industrial. The plan would eliminate the reverse curves from the plan for Muller Parkway.
The owner of the former Sierra Gourmet Grill project is asking town board members to reconsider their denial of apartments on that property. Gardnerville meets 4:30 p.m. at the town office, 1407 Main St.
A man who struck a pedestrian after failing to stay in his lane on Highway 50 is scheduled to be sentenced today on a charge of reckless driving. Joseph James Anderson, 26, faces 12-72 months in prison this morning in Douglas County District Court.
It dropped below freezing down near the river bottom. At 7 a.m., the Desert Research Institute gauge south of Genoa Lane says it's 30 degrees out. It's 32 at the airport. Up on the bench, it's a balmy 38 this morning.
If the tomatoes survived last night, they'll be fine for the next week. Today expect sunny skies and a high temperature of 82 degrees. Lows will clamber back into the 40s by Tuesday.