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City council to consider abolishing “one of the more busy courts in the state”

By Bob Conrad
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Reno City Hall.

The Reno City Council’s decision to avoid last week appointing a new judge for the Reno Municipal Court will violate city rules if a judge is not appointed within 30 days, and now the council will consider on Wednesday abolishing the judge’s department altogether.

Agenda item D4 for the Oct. 28 Reno City Council meeting, if approved, would abolis…

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