The Caliente City Council held its regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 6

Ken Dixon will complete his certification by attending the annual EduCode inspector training in Las Vegas on March 14-15, 2019.

As it has done in previous years, the council approved waiving the $20 fee for any late payments in the month of December.

City Hall will be closed Dec. 24 and will be open for business Dec. 26.

A business license was approved for Bradshaw Law Group’s April Bradshaw. Bradshaw has just been hired as deputy district attorney in Lincoln County. She practices Family Law.

The council approved the rental of room 112 in the Caliente Depot to the Bradshaw Law Group.

Derek Anderson of Sunrise Engineering gave a final report for the Flood Risk Assessment CDBG Grant. The window to apply for FEMA’s grant is October 31-January 31. An organization has 36 months to spend the funding. The council approved the report and the application for the CDBG Grant.

There is interest in putting a large billboard in the Industrial Park. The council is seeking public input. A planning meeting will be held Dec. 19 at 5 p.m. to discuss the topic.

Thanks to the efforts of the sheriff’s department, Knotty Pine and Side Track Restaurants, and the generosity of people throughout Lincoln County, Shop with a Cop was able to take 22 kids shopping this year.

The next council meeting will be Dec. 20 at 6 p.m.