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Carson sticks with state’s ethics code

Carson City’s Board of Supervisors gave its preliminary blessing Thursday to repealing city government’s ethics ordinance, opting as recommended for complying with a stricter state statute. The board joined Ande Engleman, who served as the chairwoman of a citizens’ Ethics Ordinance Review Committee, in lauding sound ethics and pushing training by state officials but jettisoning the local ordinance. Elected officials and city staffers all are governed by the ethics law. Engleman told Mayor Robert Crowell and the four supervisors that the city’s ordinance now set for repeal was “much easier on you than state law.” She said it was a …

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