The appointment process will take 30 days. From Aug. 15 through Aug. 19, the city clerk’s office will take applications for the Ward 5 seat. On Sept. 7, the council will interview finalists and make the appointment.
Getting a glimpse of career fields through a virtual reality lens is just one of the unique components of the Employ NV Youth Hub and Teen Zone located inside the West Charleston Library in Las Vegas. Clark County commissioners and various Nevada elected officials attended the hub’s grand opening ceremony earlier this month to discuss employment opportunities for young adults ages 16 to 24.
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The vote upheld the clerk’s decision that ballot initiative had an insufficient number of signatures in support, in addition to textual differences between the submitted petition and the circulated petition.
As a lawsuit over a Red Rock housing project makes its way through federal court, the case filings read as a who’s who of Las Vegas politics. They shed light on the transactional nature of the Clark County Commission and how one of the state’s most powerful local governments decides land-use questions.
A Nevada internet provider won a $27 million federal grant to bring high-speed internet to technologically underserved Lovelock, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday in a swing through Reno.
Backers of a historic North Las Vegas ballot initiative seeking rent control are calling for a review of the city clerk’s determination that the petition was “insufficient” and, therefore, cannot be placed on the November ballot.
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to add an extra fee of $2 for online and onsite reservations or $3 for phone reservations for the Red Rock Scenic Drive, campground and Calico Basin Core Area. Public comments for the proposed fees are accepted until July 22.
On March 18, 2020, USCIS temporarily closed field offices, leaving thousands unable to receive their citizenship. For those who had a ceremony or interview scheduled, it was postponed for a possible future date. In order to continue naturalization ceremonies, the USCIS transitioned to virtual ceremonies, and fully in-person ceremonies are starting again, bringing joy to new citizens.
In the wake of their battle for equal access to the polls, the Walker River Paiute Tribe has been disappointed by low turnout during early voting — a trend seen across the state so far during the primary.
Historically, Westside churches have been a kind of connected body, rather than isolated worship centers, leading the community and connecting it to outsiders — notably local government and political candidates. But some say the church’s influence within and beyond the neighborhood has waned, and caution against pastors aligning so close to civic leaders that they self-censor.
Nye County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to recommend the county clerk ditch electronic voting machines and move to all-paper, hand-counted elections for both the 2022 primary and general elections.