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December 12, 2013
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Residents foot bill for street maintenance

Some Carson City residents are having street-maintenance work done “on their own dime” because city government can’t keep up with needs, Supervisor John McKenna said Wednesday. McKenna, the chairman of the city’s Regional Transportation Commission, made the disclosure during an RTC member comment period at the commission’s meeting. He said the people involved didn’t want their identities disclosed, then noted funding of the work by private parties was reflective of difficult economic times for city government. “We do the best we can with the money we have,” McKenna said. A brief discussion ensued in which he and Transportation Manager Patrick …

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