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Why and How Public Record Requests Benefit Everyone

Public Record Requests; Good and Good For You I have gotten a lot of grief over the past couple of days since Commissioner Jay Carmona announced that “one or two” people have cost the county $100,000 because of vexatious public record requests. After the meeting, he qualified his statement by …

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Commissioner Gilman’s Proclamation of Abundance 2.0

Proclamation of Abundance 1.0 In 2014, Commissioner Lance Gilman sent a letter to all Storey County residents proclaiming the abundance of wealth that was being generated at TRIC would be shared with everyone in the county. This letter caused a ripple of excitement to run through the County. According to …

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Barde Announces Candidacy for Storey County Commissioner

Storey County Commission Meeting, May 15th

Barde Announces Candidacy for Storey County Commissioner Nicole Barde announced on bardeblog.com she is running for County Commissioner in District 2. With her announcement, there are now three candidates vying for the seat. Barde, who ran in 2014 as a Democrat will be running as a Non-Partisan in 2018. Since …

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USPS Responds to Virginia City Highlands Mail Issues

In a former life, we dealt with the United States Postal Service (USPS) on a daily basis with our clients who generated gobs of mail or our mailing houses clients who generated gobs and gobs of mail for their clients. Our experience with the USPS was excellent. While there were …

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Jay Carmona Announces Candidacy

I noticed this morning on my Facebook feed that Virginia City Highlands resident Jay Carmona has declared he will challenge incumbent Commissioner Jack McGuffey in the primary election held on June 4th, 2018. A lifelong Republican, Mr. Carmona feels he can represent Storey County as County Commissioner. I reached out …

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