Applied Analysis will continue to play an integral role in bringing a stadium to the Las Vegas Valley after the Stadium Authority Board temporarily hired the local research firm during its inaugural meeting Monday.
Waste-management company Western Elite wants the chance to manage Las Vegas trash.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday said he wants to take a wait-and-see approach before deciding whether to fast-track at least $899 million in freeway improvements to accommodate construction of a new 65,000-seat stadium.
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When Clark County commissioners convene for their Nov. 15 meeting, they’ll have the option of codifying two hotel room tax increases to fund the upgrade of the Las Vegas Convention Center and the construction of a domed stadium in one fell swoop. But if Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani has her way, commissioners will take their time before raising the tax to finance $750 million in bonds for the $1.9 billion stadium project.
Clark County commissioners, spurred by the Nevada Legislature’s approval of a plan for a stadium that could house Oakland Raiders, gave their unanimous approval Tuesday for the Las Vegas Monorail Co. to extend its route from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay.
Democratic legislative leaders say they plan to reach a community benefits agreement with a yet-to-be-appointed Las Vegas stadium authority board assuring that more than half the construction and operations jobs on the $1.9 billion project go to underprivileged workers.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will sign Senate Bill 1 and Assembly Bill 1 into law at 11 a.m. Monday at the Richard Tam Alumni Center at UNLV.
Proponents of luring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas to a planned $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium take on a new challenge with a familiar strategy beginning this week.
A long-awaited vote on a bill that would increase hotel room taxes to fund a domed stadium and improvements to the Las Vegas Convention Center failed to materialize early Friday morning after a 17-hour Assembly session.