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Yes, in several ways. The Board of County Commissioners meets the first Thursday at 8:15 a.m. and third Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. of each month. You may attend these meetings. You may also phone or e-mail them as follows: H. Peter Olsen, Jr., Chair, Commissioner District 2: 775-423-4216, firstname.lastname@example.org; Justin Heath, Commissioner District 1: 775-666-5757, email@example.com; Greg Koenig, Commissioner District 3: 775-666-5878, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Board of Churchill County Commissioners meets the first Thursday at 8:15 a.m. and the third Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. of each month at the Churchill County Administrative Complex, 155 North Taylor Street, Commission Chambers, Fallon, Nevada. If you wish to speak to the Commissioners, please arrive at least fifteen minutes before the start of the meeting to talk with the Deputy Clerk. You may also submit an Agenda Request Form by contacting the Deputy Clerk at (775)423-4092 or via email at: email@example.com at least fourteen (14) days prior to any meeting. This is not necessary if you wish to speak on an item already on the agenda.
To request information from this governmental body, please contact: By Mail: Pamela D. Moore, Deputy Clerk of the Board, 155 North Taylor Street, Suite 110, Fallon, Nevada 89406; by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org; by fax to: 775-423-7069; in person at: 155 North Taylor Street, Suite 110, Fallon, Nevada 89406.
The county has certain requirements and one is that you must be a resident of the County of Churchill. Individual Boards and Commissions have specific requirements, which are found under the Summary of Boards/Commissions or by contacting Pam Moore at 775-423-4092 or email@example.com
You can view and print the Churchill County Code on this website by scrolling to the bottom of the Home page to "County Code".
Churchill County Code 8.12 details the procedure to address Nuisance Complaints regarding structures and activities alleged to be a nuisance that are a threat to health or safety and are an obstruction to the free use of property. It is presumed that, as defined in NRS 40.140, an agricultural activity conducted on farmland, consistent with usual and customary agricultural practice, does not constitute a nuisance unless the activity has substantial adverse effects on public health and safety. A Nuisance Complaint can be downloaded and completed, which shall be filed with the County Clerk alleging the existence of a nuisance as defined in NRS 40.140. The County Clerk shall notify the Board of County Commissioners at the next regularly scheduled Commissioners’ meeting and the board shall then fix a date to hear proof of the complainant and of the owner occupant of the real property whereon the alleged nuisance is claimed to exist, not less than thirty (30) days nor more than forty (40) days subsequent to the filing of the complaint. A notice of the hearing date shall be published at least once a week for two (2) weeks preceding the date fixed for the hearing in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county. The complainant and the owner occupant of the property shall be notified by certified mail of the time and place of the hearing and the nature of the complaint.