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.
On Saturday, “Mojave Max Watch” begins at the Springs Preserve, according to a release from Clark County.
The rate hike sought by the Clark County Water Reclamation District, which serves more than 248,000 homes and businesses in the unincorporated county, would raise the average residential bill by about 30 percent over 10 years.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is considering dipping into $13 million of its reserves to cover rental assistance payments in March if the federal funding stream for the subsidies dries up because of the ongoing government shutdown.
The Commission on Tuesday approved earmarking fees collected through marijuana business licenses to assist the roughly 6,000 homeless individuals countywide.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Tuesday filed paperwork to run for re-election, seeking her third and final term as the figurehead of the seven-member body during the first day of the candidate filing period.
Michael Naft is the third new face on the commission to be introduced this week, following Monday’s swearing in of recently elected commissioners Tick Segerblom and Justin Jones.