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Sisolak: Delay Red Rock decision until new commissioners seated

Opponents of a proposed housing development near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area received a strong statement of support this week from Clark County...
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Winter is coming… and homelessness isn’t going away

Like the summer heat, the winter cold can present life-threatening challenges to those experiencing homelessness.Southern Nevada policymakers have long struggled to effectively address causes...
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Proposed development near Red Rock looms over commission race

Three Clark County Commission seats are up for grabs this November. The most contentious of the three races has divided support between sitting commissioners...
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Huntridge Circle Park closed for maintenance – or to oust homeless?

Huntridge Circle Park, which is shut down until Nov. 30, is expected to reopen to the public again. That's despite the fact various residents in...

Heller introduces senior affordable housing bill

To help low-income seniors with affordable housing issues, Sen. Dean Heller announced Friday he has introduced legislation that allocates tax credits to housing owners...
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After leaving Las Vegas, national developer returns for next boom

A national development company that swooped into Las Vegas at the height of the building boom more than a decade ago is back and...
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LV’s real estate reputation won’t die

Las Vegas is having a tough time living down its sordid past.  Not that sordid past. It’s our reputation as Ground Zero in the...
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Health officials say no hazard, city pushes “Anderson dairy bill” anyway

“Discuss Anderson dairy bill - abey?” Scott Adams, the city manager for the City of Las Vegas, wrote in an email Aug. 10, days...

Diversity intensifies preexisting segregation; Las Vegas stands out

A University of Minnesota researcher this week compiled some statistics on the increasing segregation of U.S. cities between 2000 and 2016, and Las Vegas...
Big beautiful gate and homeless will pay for it

First a gate – now an ordinance? City shields business from homeless Las Vegans

The City of Las Vegas is not only building a "no pedestrian access" gate, it is also proposing a separate punitive ordinance to keep...

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