Developer wants to build parking lot on county land in Kingman
KINGMAN — Mohave County supervisors on Tuesday will discuss an agreement for a parking lot on county-owned land in Kingman
The supervisors will consider an agreement with Harrison Properties LLC to build a 76-space parking lot on about an acre of county-owned property near Burbank Avenue in Kingman. The county owns 24.3 acres in the parcel.
In other action, the board will look to recognize Jan. 27 as National Day of Remembrance of American Downwinders. The board also will urge changing the Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program to add Mohave County to the covered area.
Nuclear tests were conducted in the 1950s at the Nevada Proving Grounds northwest of Las Vegas, exposing Mohave County residents to radiation fallout.
Also before the supervisors is approving public works director Steve Latoski’s trip to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates to attend the World Road Congress technical engineering conference on Oct. 6-10. The cost would be about $2,900 for travel, hotel and registration.
The supervisors will hold a public auction to sell off a 0.46-acre lot and a 1,085-square-foot building on Highway 66 in Kingman.
The supervisors will look to approve a settlement in the property tax case between the county and Riverview Mall LLC for a parcel at 2350 Miracle Mile in Bullhead City.
The supervisors will look to approve a settlement in the property tax case between the county and MonarchSC LLC for a parcel at 2136 Highway 95 in Bullhead City.
The board will be asked to reappoint Steve Larson to the county library citizens advisory committee representing District 2 until Feb. 17, 2020.
The board will be asked to appoint Keith Dennis to the public lands and recreation commission for District 5 until Jan. 22, 2020.
Also before the supervisors is a presentation by the Kingman Water Sustainability Committee, a joint committee between Kingman and the county that identifies joint funding of water supply projects.
The board of supervisors will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the county administration building, 700 W. Beale St. in Kingman.