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Citizen Advisory Board
South Truckee Meadows/Washoe Valley (STM/WV CAB)

The South Truckee Meadows/Washoe Valley Citizen Advisory Board meetings are held monthly on the
2nd Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the South Valleys Library located at 15650A Wedge Parkway in Reno, Nevada.

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Send your comments and concerns to the South Truckee Meadows/Washoe Valley CAB (see note below)
STMWVCAB@washoecounty.us

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

 

 

 

CAB AGENDAS BELOW

CAB MINUTES BELOW

2015 Agendas: Jan 8 *Jan 13 *Jan 29 Feb 12 Mar 12

 2015 Minutes: Jan 8

 2014 Agendas:  Jan 9  Feb 13  Mar 13  *Mar 31
*Apr 8  Apr 10 May 8 June 12  Jul 10  Aug 14  Sept 11 Oct 9 *Nov 6 Nov 13 **Dec 11

 2014 Minutes:  Jan 9  Feb 13  Mar 13 Apr 10  May 8  June 12  Jul 10  Aug 14 Sept 11 Oct 9 Nov 13

 2013 Agendas: Aug 8  Sep 12  Oct 10  Nov 14 
 **Dec 12

 2013 Minutes:  Aug 8  Sep 12  Oct 10  Nov 14 
 **Dec 12


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

  South Trucke Meadows/Washoe Valley CAB Program Contact:

Sarah Tone
Office of the County Manager
Constituent Services
775.328.2721 -- Fax: 775.328.2037
Email: stone@washoecounty.us

 

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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.