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Groups rally, urge mayor to dump ‘ridiculous’ homelessness proposal

When a person experiencing homelessness gets a citation they can’t pay or is arrested for a crime connected to their homelessness, Nevada Homeless Alliance...
shiny ain't it

Groups plan rally at City Hall to protest ordinance criminalizing homelessness

Civil rights groups and homeless advocates plan to rally Wednesday at Las Vegas City Hall to protest a proposed ordinance that would make it...
rousted in corridor

Goodman resurrects ordinance to punish homeless sleeping on sidewalks

City of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman is planning to resurrect, and expand, a proposed ordinance that could punish those experiencing homelessness for sleeping...
shiny ain't it

Public cost of homelessness projected to skyrocket

Homelessness could cost Southern Nevada as much as $1.1 billion annually within 20 years, the Las Vegas City Council was told Wednesday.“We think the...
sprawling suburbs

Clark County to add short-term rental fines to tax bill

Clark County has a new weapon against homeowners who lease their properties as short-term rentals, which are illegal in the county.  Until now, county officials...
um, okay

Laborers’ union boss: Bleutech project ‘looks more legitimate … than Faraday’

A first-of-its-kind development offering workforce housing amid “supertrees” and “self-healing concrete,” as well as other ultra-high-tech features, is slated for 101 acres of land...
pretty expensive really

Apartment industry blames rising rents on lawmakers for saying ‘rent control’ out loud

Rents in the Silver State are skyrocketing and the association representing  apartment complex owners suggests state lawmakers who uttered the phrase “rent control” in...
count tally

Chronic homelessness soars despite decrease in homeless population

Those entering homelessness are staying on the streets longer, which means more of them are chronically homeless.New data from the 2019 Southern Nevada Homeless...
evicted

Legal group attributes drop in eviction filings to new tenant protection law

With a decreased number of eviction filings in July, some are suggesting that newly enacted legislation that slightly extends the time frame for evictions...
working

NLV scraps plan for warehouses surrounding sinking neighborhood

A plan to build acres of industrial warehouse space adjacent to a long-neglected neighborhood of sinking homes has been scrapped by North Las Vegas...

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