To the editor:
The valley’s race to build new stadiums and arenas took an interesting turn Wednesday, and the takeaway was unmistakable: public financing increasingly looks like a deal-breaker.
Clark County has made strides in fixing the problems that beset University Medical Center, the valley’s only publicly owned hospital. It installed new leadership after a former CEO was accused of corruption. And, after much debate among commissioners, the county has created a new nine-member board to manage UMC’s operations, one that is uniquely attuned to the hospital’s needs.