by Kurt Hildebrand
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June 6, 2013
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Genoa project shows signs of progress

New signs indicating the north and south entrances to Genoa were installed on Tuesday, along with one of the kiosks that are part of the town’s $2.2 million renovation project. The project, which represents Douglas County’s largest nondisaster expenditure of money on Nevada’s first settlement, is moving ahead with pavers and stonework. Removal of a half-dozen power poles downtown, the original goal of the project, is expected to occur in the next few days. Workers have already run power under Main Street to replace the poles. Once the poles are gone, workers can complete the downtown portion of the project, …

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