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Citizen Advisory Boards
Spanish Springs (SS CAB)

The Spanish Springs Citizen Advisory Board meetings are held bimonthly in the months of:
(January, March, May, July, September, and November) on the 2nd Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
at the Spanish Springs Library located at 7100A Pyramid Lake Highway, Spanish Springs, Nevada.

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Send the Spanish Springs CAB your comments and concerns (see note below)

Membership Roster

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




2015  Agendas: *Jan13 Jan 14 *Jan 29 Mar 11

2015 Minutes:   Jan 14  Mar 11

2014  Agendas:  Jan 8  Mar 12  *Mar 31 
  *Apr 8  May 14  Jun 18  Jul 9  Sep 10  *Nov 6
  Nov 12

2014 Minutes:  Jan 8  Mar 12  May 14  Jun 18  Jul 9
Sep 10  Nov 12
2013 Agendas:  Nov 13 2013 Minutes:  Nov 13 

Spanish Springs CAB Program Contact: 

Andrea Tavener
Office of the County Manager
Constituent Services
775.328.2720 -- Fax: 775.328.2037



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