Scott Neuffer

Reporter

With Nevada News Group since 2022

Phone: +17758811285

Email: sneuffer@nevadaappeal.com

Job duties:
I follow and report on Carson City government, business, arts and culture and other facets of the capital city. Community journalism is challenging but worth it. I love to write, and Carson is a vibrant city to cover as a journalist.

About me:
I have three children, including twin daughters, and am raising them in Gardnerville with my spouse of many years. In my life outside the office, I run a literary magazine and write books. The mountains also beckon.

2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• First Place in News Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Political/Government Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Entertainment Feature Story
• Second Place in Coverage of Underserved Communities

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Recent Stories

Carson City hosts road funding workshop Saturday

Annual funding for maintenance of neighborhood streets is facing an estimated $21 million shortage.

Architectural firm helping restore historic Carson building

Actual construction — and the budget for construction — will be determined in the next legislative session.

City considers bank stabilization at Buzzy’s Ranch

“Following the epic winter of 2022-23, as well as the sustained high flows experienced through the spring and summer, the riverbank along the Buzzy’s Ranch Trail has eroded significantly,” reads a staff report.

City writes off portion of unpaid parking tickets, refocuses on current fines

A backlog of unpaid parking tickets in the Carson City Treasurer’s Office will be handled with a multipronged approach.

Supervisors accept presidential primary results, clerk-recorder emphasizes cost of election

Expenses for the Presidential Preference Primary held in Carson City on Feb. 6 totaled $131,733.50, while voter turnout was 27.1 percent.

Carson supervisors keep property tax rate the same

Property tax revenue for the general fund is expected to increase 5 percent, from an estimated $32.7 million in the current fiscal year to about $34.3 million in fiscal year 2025.

Carson planning board focuses on fatalities, road safety

Transportation officials are developing a Local Road Safety Plan that evaluates problem areas and prioritizes safety measures and projects.

Supervisors to set property tax rate, start budget process

Supervisors also will consider waiving $111,795 in fines and late fees from unpaid parking tickets.

Carson area road safety plan gets review

Several areas have been identified as safety priorities including the stretch of North Carson Street between Long Street and I-580

Carson City’s Purple Avocado set to reopen

Sue Jones confirmed the store was set to reopen more than a month after losing her husband and business partner Stan Jones.

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Photos by Scott

Carson City Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class members and Parks …

A diagram on general improvement districts displayed at a city-hosted …

Carson City Clerk-Recorder Scott Hoen, left, and Deputy Clerk of …

The state-owned historic armory building in Carson City on Feb. …

Republicans participate in the ballroom at Casino Fandango in Carson …