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.
Jamie Munks covered the city of Las Vegas for the Review-Journal from May 2016 to September 2018. She covered education, business and local government in newsrooms in upstate New York after graduating in 2009 from Syracuse University with journalism and political science degrees. More recently, she covered government in Springfield, Illinois, her home state’s capital city.
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.
Clark County residents turned out en masse on a Monday afternoon to show Las Vegas city officials there’s major opposition to a proposal to incorporate 872 acres into city bounds.
The attorney representing Arizona resident Douglas Haig, who was named in October as a “person of interest” in the Las Vegas shooting investigation, said he believes his client is “totally unconnected with the situation.”
The Nevada Legislature passed a law in 2015 putting control over firearms, accessories and ammunition in the “exclusive domain of the Legislature,” and renders any contrary law, rule or ordinance “to the contrary null and void.”
That marked an increase of 282 people, or 4 percent, over the 2016’s point-in-time homeless population count. The annual count, taken on a single night in January, does not capture all of the people who will be homeless at some point during the year.