As I walk around my hometown, Las Vegas, I feel disappointed in the trash I see. The Strip is filled with litter, and the tourists do not care because they do not live here. We should place more trash cans on the Strip, create signs that tell people they will be heavily fined for littering and hire more janitors. This will push litter in Las Vegas to extinction.
It’s hard to believe that we still have almost another month before we start thinking of opening business again. If we keep this country closed much longer, the economic effects will be worse then the virus. Here in Las Vegas, these gambling structures will never survive a long-term closure, nor will the people.
Social distancing and entertainment, all in one.
Where’s the just compensation?
Nevadans owe him a “thank you.”
I did not vote for Gov. Steve Sisolak, but I agree to a point with his restriction on the drug hydroxychloroquine.
Letter writer Eric Yaillen was displeased with the decision by local stores to have an early line for seniors. I applaud the stores for taking this action.
Gas prices in some parts of the Midwest are below $2 a gallon. Why are the stations in Las Vegas not cutting the price?
They know Joe Taxpayer will come to the rescue. Party on, spring breakers.
They put their politics above the country.