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Incline Village/Crystal Bay (IV/CB CAB)

The Incline Village/Crystal Bay Citizen Advisory Board meetings are held on the 4th Monday during the months of:
March, April, July, and September at 5:30 p.m. at the Incline Village GID Meeting Room,
located at 893 Southwood Boulevard, Incline Village, Nevada.

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Send the Incline Village/Crystal Bay CAB your comments and concerns (see note below)

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Agenda Items marked with:
*    = Notice of Possible Quorum
**  = Meeting Cancelled or no quorum
++  =  Special CAB Meeting 



 2015 Agendas: *Jan 13 *Jan 29

2015 Minutes:

2014 Agendas:  Mar 24  *Mar 31  *Apr 8 **Apr 28 
May 6  July 28 **Sept 22  Sept 29 *Nov 6

2014 Minutes:  Mar 24  May 6  July 28
2013 Agendas:  Sep 23  ++Oct 28 2013 Minutes:  Sep 23  ++Oct 28 




Incline Village/Crystal Bay CAB Program Contact:

Sarah Tone
Office of the County Manager
Constituent Services
775.328.2721 -- Fax: 775.328.2037




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This includes discussion of any kind, such as by email, telephone, fax, or in person. Nor are they to be responded to or forwarded by any member of the public body to any other member of the public body.
Failure to abide by these restrictions could result in a violation of the open meeting law's rules concerning deliberation, action, and discussion amongst members of a public body. Penalties for violation of the open meeting law can include criminal prosecution.
If you have any questions concerning your ability to discuss any information you receive regarding matters within the jurisdiction of the public body of which you are a member, it is always best to seek the advice of legal counsel first.