Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on August 16, 1974 · Page 19
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 19

Reno, Nevada
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Friday, August 16, 1974
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State board endorses education budget increase Reno Evening Gazette Friday, August 16, wevaaa educators endorsed the State Board of Education's budget proposal for an estimated $159 million biennium in state support of local districts Thursday. District superintendents and school board representatives praised the cooperation of the state department in developing the budget and said they would stand together in going to the legislature. Representatives of the Washoe County and teachers associations tne Duagei request was good, but should be more. "I don't want to be classed with Samuel Gompers who River cleanup The Reno Jaycees plan their 22nd annual Truckee River Sweep Saturday. Ron Salas, a spokesman for the service club, said the Jaycees will begin their river clean-up project at 8 a.m. at the Wingfield Park Bridge. when asked what was enough said, 'More, more, more,' " said Richard Morgan, director of the Nevada State Education Association. "Nevada has good schools, but good ain't enough in Nevada," Morgan added. In government revenues, Nevada is rich and has the lowest taxed citizens of the states, he said. Therefore, it should provide far better than a good education for its children, Morgan said. The state should provide money for elementary school counselors to prevent the drop-out at the time he is being formed and high school reading specialists, he added. The budget adopted by the state board represents an 18 per cent increase for 1975-76 and a 14 per cent increase for 1976-77. The budget also changes the pupil-teacher ratio of 27-1 to 26-1 for elementary teachers and from 23-1 to 22-1 for high schools in middle-sized districts. Support figures include 70 cents on the property tax, the one-cent school sales tax and the state basic support. Other major resources include 80 cents of the property tax, the motor said Circus Circus gets permit vehicle tax distributions, and federal impact money. The board also approved preparation of "trigger" legislation that would allow the State Department of Education to distribute surplus money in the state treasury that might occur during the biennium. State Supt. Ken Hansen said the "trigger" money would be used to develop innovative programs. A $234,000 budget for the development of the community education project in Nevada also was approved. Community education is designed for greater use of local school facilities for community classes. LAS VEGAS (AP) - The Clark County Planning Commission gave the go-ahead this week for Circus Circus to overhaul and operate commercially the hotel carousel which is located in front of the hotel-casino. The cost of the renovation project is estimated at $30,000 and the project will take several months. The casino was built in 1967 and the carousel only operated from one year. The merry-goround is said to be as much as 100 years old and features hand-carved horses that have been vandalized. 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