The city of North Las Vegas pulled an agenda item from its agenda that would have authorized hiring a law firm to sue electric car company Faraday Future for breach of contract.
The city’s rating slid six notches between June 2012 and January 2014, Moody’s spokesman David Jacobson said. The recent upgrade gets the city within one grade of its June 2012 rating of A3.
Nevada’s largest school district — the fifth biggest in the nation — could become the first major public entity to leave NV Energy under a proposal headed to school board trustees this week.
Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority records show that more than 1,700 emergency and urgent work orders have been placed at the 120-unit complex over the past three years. Nearly half were related to plumbing.
Various officials on Monday offered their reaction to the Faraday announcement that it was halting plans to producing cars at the Apex Industrial Park in North Las Vegas.
Tom Gleason, the 70-year-old founder and owner of Gleason Partners, said he submitted a bid on Tuesday to U.S. Customs and Border Protection with designs for a border wall slathered in solar panels.
Treasurer Dan Schwartz responds to reassuring remarks by Sandoval, North Las Vegas major with statement calling their defense of Chinese-backed electric car project a “charade.
Amazon expects to begin operations by the summer of 2017 out of an 813,120 square-foot fulfillment center that is currently under construction off of North Lamb Boulevard just north of Interstate 15 in North Las Vegas.
The general contractor overseeing construction of the Faraday Future electric car manufacturing plant in North Las Vegas said the manufacturer has “temporarily adjusted” its construction schedule with plans for resuming work early next year.