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January 16, 2013
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Mayor Bob Crowell outlines 2013 in State of the City address

City sales tax receipts are up, landfill revenues are down, and the mayor awaits Nevada’s budget to see if city government’s fiscal future in part stays a state hostage. That capsule of Mayor Robert Crowell’s state of Carson City speech Tuesday reflects fiscal facts, but he added the city faces challenges that city government and private sector people can overcome.“From a city budget point of view,” Crowell told a Chamber of Commerce breakfast audience of 100 at the Gold Dust West, “sales taxes are generating about $600,000 more than budgeted, and property taxes are coming in about as projected.”Landfill revenues, …

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