Why CCSD, year in and year out, can’t manage its money

Why CCSD, year in and year out, can’t manage its money

Why Nevada's massive Clark County School District, year in and year out, can't manage its money Read More

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The Story of Linda and Sara

The story of Linda and Sara By Josh King The daughter of a single mother, Linda, Sara is a twin. While her brother appears to be adequately served by his…

What is IVGID so intent on hiding?

It’s not just public-record emails that Incline Village General Improvement District management is fighting to keep from the public. Top IVGID administrators have also been stonewalling efforts by two trustees…

IVGID officials caught in false testimony

Functionaries of Incline Village’s local government repeatedly insisted last week that their sudden scheme to destroy all emails to and from top executives after 30 days had the State of…

IVGID’s efforts to concealpublic records gets bizarre

Has Incline Village’s often-criticized local government — the Incline Village General Improvement District, or “IVGID” — finally gone off the deep end? According to district staff, members of the public…

Is civil forfeiture a boon for law enforcement?

Senate Bill 358, currently under debate in the Nevada legislature, proposes to reform the law-enforcement practice of civil asset forfeiture. Civil asset forfeiture is controversial, in part, because of concerns…

CCSD’s systemic problem and its expensive consequences

“Change is hard for any organization, but especially so for employees in the government and public sector,” observes the 12-year-old independent Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) advisory firm, Panorama Consulting. “Long…