Clark County residents who have spent the past couple months fighting a city of Las Vegas plan to annex more than 1,500 properties delivered more than 1,200 protests to City Hall this week, but the fight won’t end there.
A homeless man used homophobic slurs while he battered a student inside the university’s Student Union, campus police said.
Las Vegas city staff have spent 4,671 hours and the equivalent of nearly $420,000 in city salary and benefit costs working on the contentious Badlands golf course development project since 2015.
The Las Vegas City Council approved the ordinance Wednesday, after assurances from city and Fire Department officials that the new rules will be watched closely in the first six months to avoid delays for home builders.
An attorney for the developers behind plans to build on the Badlands golf course charge that Councilmen Steve Seroka and Bob Coffin are biased against the developer and they should recuse themselves from future Badlands votes.
The party’s over in downtown high-rises — that’s the message Las Vegas officials sent this week as the city continues to crack down on short-term rentals.
A temporary version of the Las Vegas courtyard, planned for a site at Foremaster Lane and Las Vegas Boulevard North, is expected to open this year.
The candidates are vying to replace Ricki Barlow, who stepped down in January and said he will plead guilty to a federal felony charge for fraudulently converting campaign money from his 2015 re-election effort to dollars for a personal use.