Legislation to set a higher hurdle for county general obligation bonding authority, which would affect Carson City, will be analyzed by the Board of Supervisors. The unusual board meeting on a Monday, which is set for 8:30 a.m. in the Community Center Sierra Room, is to review four legislative proposals and decide whether to support or oppose them in this session of the Legislature. Among the four bills is Assembly Bill 356, to work toward preserving the Nevada State Prison for historical, education and scientific purposes and promote tourism; AB268, to authorize adjoining counties to enter into a cooperative agreement …
Board of Supervisors set to analyze legislative proposals affecting Carson City
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