Master plan, pot dispensary go before city boards – Nevada Appeal

The Carson City Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission are scheduled for a joint meeting Wednesday that will focus on the Master Plan update before planning commissioners consider a new pot shop in the capital city.

The joint meeting starts at 2:30 p.m. in the community center, 851 E. William St., while the regular Planning Commission hearing starts at 5 p.m.

The Carson City Master Plan was first adopted in 2006 and sets land use designations for zoning and development in the city.

In October, supervisors approved a not-to-exceed $199,871 contract with Clarion Associates to begin a 19-month process to update the Master Plan. Adoption of the update is expected in spring 2025.

“The current plan was adopted in 2006,” planning officials said in a press release. “Since then, the freeway interchange with Highway 50 has opened, and there have been infrastructure improvements in the downtown corridor and on South Carson Street. Also, technological advancements have changed the way we shop as well as the function of the workplace.”

In December, interviews were conducted with each supervisor, with residents young and old and with representatives from local businesses, the airport, Carson City School District, Western Nevada College, Carson Tahoe Health and others “to understand what

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