Sierra County Auditor Van Maddox said this was for a one year extension but wanted to give the board an opportunity if there were any interests to have it moved. He added it would be pretty expensive to move, but criticized the actual display stating it was lumped in with a bunch of others. Supervisor Lee Adams stated there had been talk of trying to get the display closer to home and was pleased to see it was only a one year extension, so they could try and find a better place for it. Maddox said for the time being, it is safe and it is insured for a million even though it’s probably worth twice that. Discussion ended on reaching out to the Nevada State Museum to see if that might be an option.