But State Engineer Jason King made it clear that his hand was forced by a court order he doesn’t agree with and left the door open for future approval of the project.
For the past 11 years, the Southern Nevada Water Authority has been raising livestock and growing hay on a 23,500-acre ranch in eastern Nevada, though it really only cares about one thing: the water.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is wasting tax dollars. The question now is whether anyone with any power is going to do anything about it.
Three years and two dozen motions later, a federal court in Las Vegas will hear a federal lawsuit Monday that seeks to block the Southern Nevada Water Authority from siphoning groundwater from a 300-mile swath of eastern Nevada.
For now, state Department of Wildlife will await further reports on the presence of the South American flesh-eaters.
President-elect Donald Trump’s plans regarding site for high-level nuclear waste remain unclear, but his pick for energy secretary endorsed plan to temporarily store it at site in Texas during his governorship.
Gov. Sandoval also names banker, MGM official to the new nine-member body established to oversee construction of a proposed $1.9 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas.