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Title 1 General Provisions
Title 2 Administration and Personnel
Title 3 Revenue and Finance
3.02 Local Government Investments
3.03 Central Cashiering
3.04 County-City Relief Tax
3.06 Douglas County Sales and Use Tax Ordinance of 1999
3.08 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax
3.10 Additional Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax
3.12 Occupancy Tax
3.14 Transient Lodging Rental Tax
3.16 Aviation Fuel Tax
3.20 Open Space Assessments
3.24 Residential Construction Tax (School)
3.25 Residential Construction Tax (Transportation)
3.26 Residential Construction Tax (Parks)
3.28 Funds to Assist Victims of Domestic Violence
3.32 Fund for Medical Assistance to Indigent Persons
3.34 Funds to Support Programs of Dispute Resolution
3.36 Funds for the Prevention or Treatment of Alcohol or Drug Abuse and for Genetic Marker Testing
3.40 Funds for the Provisions of Justices’ Court Facilities
3.42 Filing Fees on Civil Actions for Pro Bono Programs and Legal Services for Abused Children and Victims
3.44 Account for the Acquisition and Improvement of Technology in the Office of the County Assessor
3.46 Allocation of fine money for violation section 9.453.336 (Marijuana possession)
3.48 Filing Fees on Civil Actions in District Court for Court Security
3.50 Surcharge for Enhancement or Improvement of Telephone System used for Reporting Emergency
3.60 Utility Operator License Fee
3.70 Transient Lodging License Tax
Title 5 Business Licenses and Regulations
Title 6 Animals
Title 8 Health and Safety
Title 9 Criminal Code
Title 10 Vehicles and Traffic
Title 12 Streets and Other Public Places
Title 13 Parks
Title 14 Airports
Title 18 Town Annexation and Service Districts
Title 19 Initiative Ordinances
Title 20 Consolidated Development Code
Effective Date
Table of Ordinances
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County Codes
Title 3 Revenue and Finance
3.28 Funds to Assist Victims of Domestic Violence
3.28.010 Creation
3.28.020 Selection and procedures of board
3.28.030 Application to the advisory board

3.28.010 Creation
    A.  The act relating to victims of domestic violence creating county advisory board and grants of financial aid, Act of May 8, 1991, 1991 Nev. Stats. ch. 198 at 279 is created. 
    B.  The fund to assist victims of domestic violence within the county treasury is created. 
    C.  The domestic violence advisory board for Douglas County is created. (Ord. 391 §2 (part), 1981)
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3.28.020 Selection and procedures of board
    A.  The board of county commissioners will appoint a seven-member domestic violence advisory board from the community to consist of social workers, counselors, teachers, ministers, attorneys, victims of domestic violence, and those who assist victims or any interested citizens. 
    B.  The board of county commissioners shall appoint seven members. Three members shall serve until December 31, 1981, at which point the board shall appoint three members to serve until December 31, 1983. The board shall appoint four members to serve until December 31, 1982, at which point the board shall appoint four members to serve until 1984. Thereafter the members shall serve two-year terms. 
    C.  The advisory board shall elect from its members a chairperson to preside over the meetings. 
    D.  No decision of the advisory board may be made without a quorum of the board. A quorum is five members of the board in attendance. 
    E.  A vacancy which may occur during the term of the advisory board will be filled by a qualified person by a majority of the board of county commissioners. An appointed advisory board member shall serve the remainder of the term of the departing member. (Ord. 391 §2(part), 1981)
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3.28.030 Application to the advisory board
    A.  Funds will be dispersed by application twice yearly: in September and in March upon the approval by the board of county commissioners. 
    B.  Applications of organizations requesting funds shall be made thirty days prior to action by the advisory board. 
    C.  Applicants must satisfy all conditions as set out by section 217.400 et seq. of NRS, and make services available to residents of Douglas County who are victims of domestic violence. 
    D.  Each organization in receipt of funds must furnish monthly financial reports to the advisory board. The report must include the number of Douglas County resident services by counseling, shelter or referral.     
    E.  If the advisory board finds that no applicant complies with the requirements or feels that Douglas County will be released to other counties who have a cooperative agreement to assist Douglas County with victims of domestic violence, or the funds may remain with the county to be disbursed to the state treasury. 
    F.  Any funds in the county's treasury forty-five days before the end of the fiscal year must be paid to the state treasury before the beginning of the fiscal year for credit to the account for supplemental aid to victims of domestic violence. 
    G.  The advisory board shall inform each applicant within forty-five days after acting what action has taken place. 
    H.  The application is not a formal application but a written statement from each organization to the advisory board which complies with the provisions in NRS 217.420 plus a statement as to how each organization has or can accommodate Douglas County victims of domestic violence. (Ord. 391 §2(part), 1981)
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