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July 27, 2013
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More than 100 people turn out at Genoa improvements dedication

More than 100 residents, officials and dignitaries turned out on Saturday for the unveiling of the new look for Nevada’s oldest town. “The vision was to keep what we have while enhancing the sense of community, of history and of culture,” County Manager Steve Mokrohisky said. “We want people to experience the wonder of this place.” The improvements that included the removal of power poles, undergrounding of electrical service, installation of new lights and making over downtown came to $1.65 million from the county’s redevelopment fund. Redevelopment money also built the 1.3–mile Genoa Vista Trail between the town and 1862 …

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