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January 2, 2014
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Supervisors tackle safety, judiciary

Public safety and related local judiciary issues made up the main course on the plate set before Carson City’s Board of Supervisors on Thursday, including higher pay for two judges. After almost a decade of no changes, base pay for the two judge-justice of the peace positions in Carson City will increase to $115,000 each at mid-year and to $125,000 on July 1, 2015, due to unanimous action by the board. Court administrator Max Costes told the board that judges John Tatro and Tom Armstrong, the affected jurists, are paid well below the average in their field and take on …

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