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Bill would curb supervisors’ power over review board

The Senate Government Affairs Commission was urged Monday to pass a bill reducing the Board of Supervisors’ control over the Carson City Charter Review Commission. AB312 by Assemblyman Pete Livermore, R-Carson City, would provide for direct appointments to the commission instead of “nominations” by board members and Carson City’s legislative representatives. “I don’t get to pick and choose their members,” he said. “I don’t think they should get to choose my members.” The bill also would allow the review commission to go around the supervisors and find a legislator to bring their proposed changes to the city charter if the …

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