Supervisors will also hold hearing on vacating road in Klamath for development
The Del Norte County Board of Supervisors today will discuss posting signs prohibiting trespassing and loitering on a parcel of land located near Walmart and Hidden Creek Apartments.
Supervisors will also discuss a letter authorizing Christopher Snowden and Boy Scout Troop 1077 of Crescent City to clean the trash and debris from the property, according to a county staff report. The Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority will provide bins from Recology and the County Code Enforcement Division will pay $1,100 for disposal costs.
The county will also schedule a public hearing in connection with a resolution to vacate Klamath Circle Road in Klamath. The resolution is connected to the Yurok Tribe's plans to build a casino and hotel complex, a visitor center and a justice center, according to the staff report.
The tribe is requesting that the county abandon Klamath Circle, which would then be redesigned for parking and one-way traffic. The street would be paved, re-striped and maintained by the Yurok Tribe, according to county staff.
The Del Norte County Board of Supervisors meets at 10 a.m. at the Flynn Administrative Center, 981 H St. Agendas are avail-
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