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Water, development, housing top of mind for Carson City supervisor candidates

The Ward 1 and Ward 3 seats are up for election in November, and though voters across the city can help select the new supervisors, the candidates must reside in the ward they would represent for the four-year terms.

IndyFest 2022: What you need to know

This two-day conference hosted by The Nevada Independent’s editors and reporters is headlined by a town hall-style debate between Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak and his Republican challenger, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo. 

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Republicans look to unseat three incumbents after 14-year Democratic hold on Clark County Commission

The commission acts much like a city council — approving taxes, development plans and business permits, for example — in areas outside of a city’s boundaries. Critically, the commission oversees the Las Vegas Strip, the heart of Southern Nevada’s economy. Commissioners work with the city councils and various boards to tackle issues that span throughout the valley, such as water conservation, housing and public safety.

Henderson Council candidates jockey to preserve prosperity, address police shortages

The council oversees how land is used in the city — a critical function as Southern Nevada’s population is expected to flourish while facing historic drought and cuts to the state’s allotment of Lake Mead. Council members vote on development plans, business licenses, property taxes and how to split its $814 million budget between public safety, community programs and other projects.

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