Bolster Carson City schools and improve downtown, participants at a Chamber of Commerce public luncheon urged Wednesday. Actually, they urged dozens of things during the chamber’s initial Dialogue 2013 event when asked what they would like to see happen for the city by 2020. But after a filtering process that let folks give positive, negative or maybe votes to just three ideas, the focus narrowed to schools and downtown, plus a handful of other ideas. “It’s sort of the same menu that you’ve heard before,” Chamber Director Ronni Hannaman told those at the luncheon, including three members of the Board …
Exceptional Carson City schools, improved downtown top wish list at Chamber of Commerce event
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