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October 16, 2012
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Four candidates compete for two seats on Gardnerville Town Board

Facing tight budgets, cracking streets and long-term public improvements, four candidates are vying for two seats on the Gardnerville Town Board.

Each position is a four-year term. One candidate, 70-year-old Lloyd Higuera, is running for the seat he was appointed to in March, after board member Robin Bernhard resigned his post for a job in Las Vegas.

"I've really enjoyed my time on the board," said Higuera. "I like the level of government the town affords. You can get things done. I'm trying to do what's best for the town."

Higuera has lived on Cottonwood Street for 27 years. He's …

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