This Scene In Passing column hits the slow-mo button today, asking anyone within eyesight of these words to pause for the cause of democratic dialogue. If you didn’t attend one of Carson City’s two town hall sessions Jan. 21 on a capital projects and city sales-tax hike package, tonight offers another chance to be heard. You can lobby for your own view, whatever it is, on the package we’ll describe briefly below. But first let’s talk about the trouble with apathy, opting for the value of advocacy on your own behalf. A couple of quotes get us started. “We may …
Scene In Passing: Hit slow-mo button; go voice your choice
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