I also attended CNI a few years ago when it was $50-60k. I went there recently to ask some questions because a friend wanted to enroll. It is now $74K. They also changed their admission process: point system, interview, ATI (score >65? I think), healthcare experience helps. I have no complaints about that school and of course its hard to work especially with scheduling in any RN associate degree program. I don't recommend working, if you do only less than 20 hours a week.
It really depends where you are in life. If you're in a hurry and you feel like you don't want to wait in a community college in a waiting list and don't mind being in debt then go for it. If you're in your 20's and don't want to be in debt and have a lot of time then I say go to a community college. It really depends on what you want.
If you do end up going to a trade/tech RN school, I recommend saving a lot of money in case of an emergency and/or extra unexpected fees. Also, keep in mind some of my classmates had to pay up to $800/month depending on the loan DURING the program. If you have a good support system, parents, significant other that can help financially then that would be doable. So theres so many things to think about.