After criticism from off-roaders and environmentalists, the Clark County Commission has delayed action on a proposal to create three new recreation areas for all-terrain vehicles.
As cities across the U.S. wrangle with the emerging ride-sharing business, Clark County officials say they are not quite ready to embrace electric scooters — even as a pilot program.
Newly sworn-in Clark County Commissioners Justin Jones and Michael Naft plan on Feb. 26 to meet informally with residents in Spring Valley to understand key issues facing the growing southwestern Las Vegas Valley and rural communities.
The plan to create three new recreation areas was meant to appease off-road groups angered by a resolution passed last year seeking more federal land for development while closing other environmentally sensitive areas. It didn’t work.
More than $700,00 in federal monies is coming to Nevada to help families receiving rental assistance become self-sufficient.
In his application for a vacant judicial seat, Mark Bailus included a letter from his campaign manager that blamed the gender of his opponent, Mary Kay Holthus, for his failed election bid.
The Commission will track state lawmaker activities during the legislative session, particularly keen on the progress of four bills that originated in Clark County.
Starting July 1, the roughly 250,000 homes and business served by the Clark County Water Reclamation District will see their annual service charge go up by about 30 percent through 2028.
Organizations that minister to the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless are applauding the Clark County Commission’s vote last month to direct up to $12 million a year in marijuana fees to build new housing.