Key Stakeholders Join Biggest Little City Movement

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Updated: 4/15/2014 12:17 pm
RENO, Nev. ( & KRNV) -- The "Biggest Little City Movement" had some big announcements on Tuesday, including the collaboration of key stakeholders in Northern Nevada.

The Grassroots Biggest Little City movement also has received a registered non-profit status, an election of a board of directors and a formal mission statement and a firm direction to help progress the movement.

On Tuesday, inside the Joe Crowley Student Union, these key stakeholders revealed their "Biggest Little City Movement."  One of the goals includes bridging the gap between the city of Sparks, Reno and Washoe County. Key stakeholders included leaders from the City of Reno, Sparks, Washoe County, the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, EDAWN, RSCVA, UNR, DRI and the Chamber.

The Biggest Little City Movement Mission statement is as follows: "The Biggest Little City movement is a nonprofit, grassroots community pride project. Our mission is to cultivate and share positive stories of Northern Nevada residents, provide tools to businesses that wish to show their city pride, and to serve as an unbiased bridge between regional, public and governmental organizations and the community."

To learn more about the movement and share your "Biggest Little City" story, head to
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Kramer - 4/15/2014 12:34 PM
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U forgot RTC. Y build this PR setup when the actual entities can't agree on basics like fire protection, public safety & waste mngt.? TMWA is owned by the two cities already, but few are aware of this.

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