Quote of the week
These 10,553 chronically absent teachers accounted for 59 percent of CCSD’s total full-time teaching staff in 2016 — a rate that was more than triple the 19 percent of chronically absent teachers found at the median school district nationwide.
"Nearly 60% of Clark County teachers were "chronically absent" last year, new data show."
May 1st, 2018
Gilman touts Trump's new 'Opportunity Zones' as critical for investment & development in Nevada
By Ray Hagar
April 25th, 2018
A new federal program that came from President Trump's tax cuts could help spur investment in development in Northern and Southern Nevada, Lance Gilman, the broker/partner of the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Complex said Tuesday on Nevada Newsmakers.
"You are going to see a tremendous change with capital flowing into our (Nevada) markets," Gilman said.
The program, created under the recently passed federal legislation known as The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, allows tax breaks for qualified investors who wish to re-invest unrealized capital gains in low-income areas, called "Opportunity Zones."
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