The partnership will focus on placing children who statistics indicate would otherwise have difficulty finding adoptive homes.
The city of Henderson is considering a tweak to its public records ordinance that would allow officials to continue charging people for government workers’ time while fulfilling requests.
Some of the new or expected developments in west Henderson also have landed government-approved cost savings along the way, fetching tax breaks and discounted land.
A proposed assisted living facility that would occupy a vacant lot at Mission Drive and Horizon Ridge Parkway is too large for the area, neighbors say.
Henderson and North Las Vegas have introduced ordinances that would allow them to sidestep a state law requiring domestic abusers to be barred from having guns.
Developers took the first step in transforming the historic Black Mountain Golf and Country Club into a development with 1,800 homes. They face opposition from neighbors.
Shani Coleman, deputy director of government affairs, and Deacon Thomas Roberts, CEO of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, will represent the city on the new panel.
Seven months after the launch of a Henderson specialty license plate, only 108 have been sold. The Nevada DMV requires 3,000 plates to be sold in the first full year.
Henderson Councilman Dan Shaw owed the federal government millions of dollars from a failed business venture. And he still might.
Henderson City Attorney Nicholas Vaskov received a $10,000 bonus Tuesday night. Vaskov took over the role last August.