Council to consider winery license

Saturday, January 19, 2013

The Nevada City Council recently changed the city code to allow wineries to produce wine and brandy inside the city limits. During Tuesday's 7 p.m. meeting in the council chambers in the Public Safety Building, 120 S. Ash St., the council will be considering a resolution approving a license to manufacture beer or wine under the Non-intoxicating Beer Act or the Liquor Control Act of 1935 for DeLaney Vineyard & Winery, 1200 S. Main St.

The council will also be considering a resolution approving the streets to be improved in 2013 with money from the city's transportation sales tax and the purchase of three new police cars and 2006 Chevrolet extended cab 2500 with a utility bed for parks facility maintenance.

Other items on their agenda include the first reading of ordinances to: approve a lease agreement with Young, Iron and Metal for a trailer used for recycling; accept the bid from Waste Corporation of America for the city's trash service in 2013 and declare 11 vehicles as surplus property so they can be sold.

They will also be holding the first reading of an ordinance approving a contract with the Archetype Design Group, Leawood, Kan., for the construction of a clubhouse at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course.

Other items include approving a change order to the city's contract with Emery Sapp & Son for the reconstruction work Municipal Airport and a change to the city's contract with Sprouls Construction for the new sidewalk between the high school and the downtown area, and the final reading of an ordinance amending the city's 2012 city budget.

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