When state lawmakers allocated a quarter of a billion dollars of federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds last spring to develop and preserve affordable housing, they were aiming to alleviate Nevada’s increasing housing costs — which at that time were skyrocketing to record levels.
Cyber technology experts said the attacks on MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment won't be the last attempt on the gaming industry.
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Sphere in Las Vegas has just 200 parking spaces until after the Las Vegas Prix is completed in mid-November. Those planning to attend performances of U-2 will have to find places in nearby casino parking garages.
Out of the 1,170 pre-applications for short-term rental unit licenses, just 255 applications were submitted by the original deadline. The applications submitted after the extended deadline brought the total to 830.
As the nights lengthen and summer fades into autumn, Northern Nevada housing advocates are calling on their leaders to prioritize preventing weather-related deaths, although local government officials say one of the major proposals is unworkable for now.
During a Tuesday meeting, CCB Executive Director Tyler Klimas announced that provisional licensees have until the end of September to request another 90-day extension, stating that more than 19 entities have not submitted for an extension.