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April 26, 2013
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Board searching for capital needs funds

A preliminary version of Carson City’s next government budget adds just one full-time worker and is based on estimated revenues of $62.3 million next year. The Board of Supervisors Thursday reviewed the tentative spending blueprint, which basically calls for flat expenditures in the general fund of more than $59 million, plus a 5 percent year-end balance at the close of the Fiscal Year 2013-14 that begins July 1. Full-time equivalent employees would number 417. The budget gets finalized in May. City staff also presented options for additional revenues if the property tax rate were boosted, from $3.56 to either $3.61 …

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