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MAY 2019 HENDERSON AND NEVADA NEWS

NEVADA STATE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DECIDES TO ELIMINATE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
5/22/2019 (LJN) - Nevada, (now controlled by the Democratic Party), became the 16th state to join the National Popular Vote movement on Tuesday (5/21/2019) with Assembly Bill 186, which passed the Senate on a 12-8 vote. 
Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak has signaled he will sign the bill that will essentially eliminate the state’s deliberations in the Electoral College.
Source: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/05/22/nevada-joins-popular-vote-movement-with-bill-to-nix-electoral-college/.

LAS VEGAS AND HENDERSON NEWS.
May 21, 2019 (LJN). -  Clark County to spend $1.8M of taxpayer money to fight homelessness. 
“The Clark County Commission directed nearly $1.8 million in marijuana business license fees Tuesday to open dozens of new beds for young homeless people and others with medical problems.”
Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/clark-county/clark-county-to-spend-1-8m-to-fight-homelessness-1669395/.

NEVADA WILDFIRE WARNING 
Southern Nevada will see “above normal, significant wildfire potential” in the coming months because of excess growth of grasses and other fuels.
Source:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/nevada/forestry-officials-say-wildfire-risks-above-normal-for-nevada-1669373.

LAS VEGAS AND HENDERSON NEWS.  May 18, 2019 (LJN). 
SEAT BELTS ON OR GET A TICKET
May 18, 2019 (LJN) – Nevada State "Click It Or Ticket" Campaign Starts May 20.  North Las Vegas, NV- As an integral part of this year's national Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign, which will take place May 20 through June 2, 2019, The North Las Vegas Police Department will be teaming up with law enforcement nationwide for a Border to Border (B2B) kickoff event. The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is asking all states to participate in B2B, a one-day national seat belt awareness event on May 20, which is coordinated by participating state highway safety offices and their respective law enforcement liaisons. The B2B program aims to increase law enforcement participation by coordinating highly visible seat belt enforcement and providing seat belt fact sheets for drivers at heavily traveled, highly visible state border checkpoints.
According to NHTSA, in 2017, there were 10,076 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 55 percent of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.-5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts. That's why one focus of the Click It or Ticket campaign and the B2B kickoff event is nighttime enforcement. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach to seat belt law enforcement, writing citations day and night.“The Border to Border component of the Click It or Ticket campaign is so important because it raises awareness about seat belt safety during the time period when seat belts are least used," said North Las Vegas Police Chief Pamela Ojeda. "With an increased number of cars flooding the streets due to the Memorial Day holiday, it's imperative we get the word out about the importance of seat belt safety."
Source: www.nhtsa.gov/ciot.

LAS VEGAS AND HENDERSON NEWS.  May 17, 2019 (LJN)
A Volunteers needed for American Junior Golf Association tournament.
May 16, 2019 (LJN) - Reflection Bay (Lake Las Vegas) is hosting the American Junior Golf Association tournament again this year.  .
“Volunteers are needed to help with the event and to host some staff members. As a non-profit they do look to cut costs such as food and housing:
•    They are currently looking for a place for 3 of their staff to stay during the week. They would arrive Tuesday, May 28 and depart Friday, June 7. The interns will spend most of their time at the golf course and will have transportation and meals provided. Outside of a bed to sleep in they are very low maintenance throughout the week. If you are even able to house them for part of the week that would be a huge help to us financially.
•    They look to get donated or discounted meals to local restaurants for  staff as well. If you know of any restaurants in the area who are charitable we would love to partner with them as we have 78 families coming to the event who we can advertise their restaurant to.
If you would like to help out, you can sign up to volunteer at:
https://volunteersignup.org/ABC8D
Or contact Chris at:  Chris Haynes, Tournament Director
American Junior Golf Association
1980 Sports Club Drive 
Braselton, GA 30517  (770) 868-4200 (o) | (703) 350-5175 (m)  chaynes@ajga.org

HENDERSON AND LAS VEGAS NEWS.
5/16/2019 (LJN)
LUCKY DRAGON WILL REOPEN
"New Lucky Dragon owner to reopen hotel within 60 days

Don Ahern, who bought the property last month for $36 million, said Wednesday that he hopes to reopen the property’s nine-story hotel tower in the next 60 days."

Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/new-lucky-dragon-owner-to-reopen-hotel-within-60-days-1665673 .

LAKE LAS VEGAS MURDER

5/16/2019 (LJN).  "Henderson police have made an arrest in the previously unpublicized killing of a 63-year-old woman inside a Lake Las Vegas home in March. Alan Sylwester, 62, was arrested Tuesday on one count of murder, according to the Henderson Police Department. He was being held without bail at the Henderson Detention Center, jail records show.
Karen Byer was found dead about 8 a.m. March 4 inside the master bedroom of a home on the 100 block of Caminito Amore. At the scene, police found evidence that “suggested foul play,” the department said.

Source:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/henderson-police-announce-arrest-in-womans-death-in-march-1665760 .

SOUTHERN NEVADA
Regional Transportation Commission Meeting, May 23, 2019.
Traffic light sequences got you upset?  The RTC Board meetings are typically held in the Commission Chambers of the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy., on the second Thursday of each month at 8:45 a.m. Public attendance and participation are encouraged. Board meetings can also be viewed by clicking below.
http://www.rtcsnv.com/about-the-rtc/meetings/rtc/.

5/15/2019 (LJN) LAS VEGAS AND HENDERSON, NEVADA NEWS.
LAS VEGAS NEON MUSEUM WILL EXPAND.
"The Neon Museum is preparing to double its presence on famed Las Vegas Boulevard by leasing a nearby shuttered cultural center from the city of Las Vegas for $1 a year.  The center would be renamed Ne10, a combination of neon’s chemical symbol and atomic number.  The plan for the vacant Reed Whipple Cultural Center, which city officials say will elevate the cultural corridor, will be boosted by a proposed $2.2 million city grant (of taxpayer money) to support operations.
Source:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/downtown/neon-museum-on-verge-of-major-expansion-along-las-vegas-boulevard-1663499/

POLICE ASK FOR WITNESSES WHO SAW 74 YEAR OLD MAN PUSHED OF BUS BY ANGRY WOMAN.
"Las Vegas police are asking for witnesses to come forward if they saw a woman push a 74-year-old man off of a bus in downtown Las Vegas on March 21.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop on May 6, after she allegedly pushed Serge Fournier, 74, off of a parked bus near Fremont Street and 13th Street about 4:50 p.m. March 21. Fournier landed on his head “approximately eight feet from the bus doorway,” and died about a month later, according to Bishop’s arrest report. 
"Witnesses at the time told detectives that Fournier told the woman “to be nicer to the passengers” after she had been yelling profanities on the bus. He made the comment to her while passing her in the aisle; she then pushed him off the bus “with both hands,”

Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/las-vegas-police-seek-witnesses-of-man-74-pushed-off-bus-1663332 .

LOCAL SALES TAX WANTED BY NEVADA'S DEMOCRATIC PARTY GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATURES.
"Gov. Steve Sisolak and legislative Democrats are advancing a ... plan to add money to schools, (by authorizing) county governments to raise the local sales tax (and creating) ... a 10 percent excise tax on recreational marijuana sales.
Source:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/2019-legislature/marijuana-taxes-possible-sales-taxes-could-fund-nevada-education-1663320 .

CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, ADDS TRAFFIC LIGHT AFTER DEATH.
New traffic signal OK’d in Las Vegas (too late) near where student was killed
Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/traffic/new-traffic-signal-okd-in-las-vegas-near-where-student-was-killed-1660561/.

NEVADA HOME OWNER ASSOCIATION (HOA) SUED FOR MURDER.
Mother of North Las Vegas girl killed in wrong-house shooting sues HOA
https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/courts/mother-of-north-las-vegas-girl-killed-in-wrong-house-shooting-sues-hoa-1660668/ 

IT MAY TAKE LONGER TO GO BETWEEN LAS VEGAS OR HENDERSON TO UTAH.
After a brief reprieve, some motorists traveling on Interstate 15 between Mesquite and St. George, Utah, can expect to take a 224-mile detour starting at the end of the month during a yearlong project.
Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/traffic/i-15-work-between-mesquite-utah-forces-224-mile-detour-for-some-1659227/.


FOURTEEN LAS VEGAS PASSENGERS TO MEXICO KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH.
"A private jet carrying boxing fans crashed in Mexico after leaving Las Vegas on Sunday leaving 13 people, including several members of the same family, feared dead.An air search located the downed plane in a remote mountainous area in the municipality of Ocampo on Monday, the Coahuila state government said in a statement. Three crew members and 10 passengers were on board at the time of the crash. There were no survivors seen.
Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6998415/At-14-feared-dead-business-plane-Las-Vegas-crashes-Mexico.html.

NEVADA HAS MAJOR LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROBLEM.
Nevada has too many people wanting to buy homes who can't afford them.  Nevada has a huge population of illegal alien workers who are exploited by employers.  Only the democrat's Nevada lawmakers can solve the problem.  Of course, this may require Nevadan's to pay more taxes in order to subsidize the exploited workers.
Source:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/2019-legislature/nevada-lawmakers-tackle-widening-affordable-housing-gap-1656534/

LAS VEGAS MAN GOES AFTER 11 YEAR-OLD GIRL FOR EASTER SEXUAL ENCOUNTER.

"A 21-year-old Las Vegas latino man is accused of exposing himself as he attempted to lure an 11-year-old girl to engage in a sexual act on Easter Sunday.
Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/sex-crimes/las-vegas-man-held-for-alleged-attempt-to-lure-girl-11-for-sex-1657340

            CITY OF HENDERSON Planning Commission REGULAR MEETING   Thursday, May 16, 2019 Time:  6:00 PM Meeting Inquiries: (702) 267-1500 Council Chambers 240 Water Street Henderson, Nevada 89015 NOTICEThe Chairman reserves the right to hear agenda items out of order, combine two or more agenda items for consideration, remove an item from the agenda, or delay discussion relating to an item on the agenda at any time. If you desire to provide Public Comment on an agenda item, please complete a blue speaker card and submit it to the Minutes Clerk.  Individuals speaking on an item will be limited to three (3) minutes and spokespersons for a group will be limited to ten (10) minutes at the discretion of the Chairman. The Chairman reserves the right to curtail abusive, offensive, inflammatory or repetitive comments that disrupt, disturb or otherwise impede the orderly conduct of the meeting. In addition, any person willfully disrupting the meeting may be removed from the room by the presiding officer. See NRS 241.030(4)(a). Examples of disruptive conduct include, without limitation, yelling, stamping of feet, whistles, applause, heckling, name calling, use of profanity, personal attacks, physical intimidation, threatening use of physical force, assault, battery, or any other acts intended to impede the meeting or infringe on the rights of the commission members, City staff, or meeting participants. Planning Commission's recommendation on agenda items containing comprehensive plan amendments, zone changes, master streets and highway amendments, and vacations are forwarded to City Council for review and decision unless Planning Commission acts otherwise.  All other items will receive final action by the Planning Commission unless otherwise noted. Appeals of final decisions by Planning Commission must be submitted to the Director of Community Development within nine (9) calendar days of notice to the City Clerk.  If the ninth day falls on a City-observed holiday, the time is extended to the next City working day.  Appeals of final decisions will be forwarded to City Council for consideration. Backup materials for agenda items can be found in the Community Development and Services Department or on the City's website at: http://www.cityofhenderson.com/city_clerk/agendas_back-up_minutes.php”   To request backup materials, please contact Michael Tassi at (702) 267-1500.   I. CALL TO ORDER II. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING AND ROLL CALL III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IV. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA (For Possible Action) V. CONSENT AGENDA The Chairman will introduce the consent agenda offering anyone present an opportunity to remove any items for discussion.  Unless an item is pulled for discussion, the Planning Commission will take action on all consent items with one motion, accepting staff recommendations.     1. MINUTES PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING APRIL 11, 2019   Adopt   (For Possible Action) Adopt the Planning Commission regular meeting minutes of April 11, 2019.     2. EXTENSION OF TIME A) CUP-2016500550-E2 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT B) DRA-2016500551-E2 – DESIGN REVIEW TAVERN @ BOULDER / GIBSON COMMERCIAL   APPLICANT: DOUMANI HOLDINGS LLC   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A)   Extension of time of a conditional use permit for a Tavern; and B)   Extension of time of a design review for site layout and architecture for a tavern; located at the northwest corner of S. Boulder Highway and Galleria Drive, in the Eastgate Redevelopment Area and Midway Planning Area.     3. TMA-2019002543 - TENTATIVE MAP VOLUNTEER MARKET PLACE   APPLICANT: ACTIVE COMMERCIAL   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A one-lot commercial subdivision on 7.3 acres, generally located at the southeast corner of Volunteer Boulevard and Gilespie Street, in the West Henderson Planning Area.     4. TMA-2019002643 - TENTATIVE MAP SOUTH LIMITED TRANSITION AREA   APPLICANT: ATKINS   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A 2-lot commercial subdivision located at the southwest corner of Larson Lane and Via Inspirada on 358.5 acres in the West Henderson Planning Area.   VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS     5. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING A) CPA-2019002317 - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT B) ZCA-2019002318 - ZONE CHANGE C) WOS-2019002319 - WAIVER OF STANDARDS D) TMA-2019002321 - TENTATIVE MAP CIPRIANI VILLAS   APPLICANT: HUGHBANKS PROPERTIES XXIII, LLC   CONTINUED to the June 13, 2019, Planning Commission meeting.



  (For Possible Action) A)   Amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use category from VLDR (Very Low Density Residential) to LDR (Low Density Residential); B)   Rezone from RS-2 (Low-Density Residential) to RS-6-H (Low-Density Residential with Hillside Overlay); C)   Waiver requests from Development Code standards to: 1) increase the maximum cut and fill height from 35 feet to 55 feet and increase the maximum cut and fill length from 150 feet to 1,400 feet; 2) decrease the minimum vertical street curve length from 100 feet to 80 feet; 3) reduce the minimum cul-de-sac radius from 45 feet to 40.5 feet; 4) increase maximum height of a masonry retaining wall from 6 feet to 20 feet; 5) increase total maximum retaining wall height from 36 feet to 40 feet; and 6) reduce the minimum connectivity index score from 1.4 to 1.25; and D)   A 48-lot (42 single family, 6 common) residential subdivision; on 15.8 acres, generally on the west side of Westridge Drive approximately 1310 feet south of the intersection of Horizon Ridge Parkway, in the McCullough Hills Planning Area.  
  VII. NEW BUSINESS     6. PUBLIC HEARING VAC-2019002607 - VACATION NWC IVANPAH AND IONE   APPLICANT: GARY GEIB   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) Petition to vacate a portion of a public drainage easement generally located northwest of Ione Road and Ivanpah Drive, in the Westgate Planning Area.     7. PUBLIC HEARING VAC-2019002667 - VACATION MERRYHILL ACADEMY   APPLICANT: INTERSTELLAR LLC   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) Petition to vacate patent easements generally located southeast of Alper Center Drive and Sunridge Heights Parkway, in the Westgate Planning Area.     8. PUBLIC HEARING VAC-2019002689 - VACATION REFLECTION BAY PH 3   APPLICANT: GREYSTONE HOMES, LLC   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) Petition to vacate a public drainage easement generally located near the far end of Reflection Bay Drive, north of Avenida Casatino, in the Lake Las Vegas Planning Area.  
    9. PUBLIC HEARING MSP-2019002507 - MASTER SIGN PLAN REVOLUTION APARTMENTS   APPLICANT: AD/S   Final action by Planning Commission



  (For Possible Action) Master sign plan with modifications from the Development Code to increase the maximum number of Residential Development Identification Signs from two to three, allow the signs to be located at a location other than the required primary entrance and increase the maximum sign square footage from 50 to 171, located east of St. Rose Parkway and north of Gilespie Street, in the West Henderson Planning Area.     10. PUBLIC HEARING CUP-2019002476 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT THE REVERE GOLF CLUB   APPLICANT: REVERE GOLF CLUB   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A conditional use permit to allow Temporary Live Entertainment Outdoor Events (Weddings, Wedding Receptions, Cocktail Parties, Golf Tournament Receptions, and similar events) for a period exceeding 5 days at The Revere Golf Club, located at 2600 Hampton Road, in the Anthem Planning Area.     11. PUBLIC HEARING A) CUP-2018001983 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT B) CUP-2018001984 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT C) DRA-2018001985 - DESIGN REVIEW BICENTENNIAL MARKETPLACE   APPLICANT: BICENTENNIAL DEVELOPMENT, LLC   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A)   A Tavern; B)   Eating and Drinking Establishment with Drive-Through Service; and C)   Review of architecture and site design for a Tavern, an Eating and Drinking Establishment with Drive-Through Service and a Shopping Center; on 5.0 acres located on the southwest corner of Bicentennial Parkway and Via Contessa, in the West Henderson Planning Area.  
    12. PUBLIC HEARING CUP-2008540142-A1 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT AMENDMENT LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH EXPANSION   APPLICANT: LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) Amend a conditional use permit for Religious Assembly to expand the use (enclosing the porte-cochere), located at 1905 N Green Valley Parkway, in the Green Valley North Planning Area.     13. PUBLIC HEARING A) WOS-2019002922 - WAIVER OF STANDARDS B) CUP-2019002691 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT MORRIS GUESTHOUSE   APPLICANT: JASON MORRIS Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A)        Waiver requests from Development Code standards to reduce the minimum rear yard setback from 20 feet to 5 feet and side yard setback from 10 feet to 5 feet; and B)        An Accessory Dwelling Unit (guesthouse); located at 441 E. Mission Drive, in the Paradise Hills Planning Area.     14. PUBLIC HEARING CUP-2019002609 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT DUNHAM JIU JITSU   APPLICANT: DUNHAM JIU JITSU, LLC   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) Personal Improvement Service (Martial Arts) located at 1000 N. Stephanie Place, Unit 7, in the Whitney Ranch Planning Area.    
    15. PUBLIC HEARING A) CPA-2019002682 - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN B) ZCA-2018001600-A4 – ZONE CHANGE AMENDMENT C) WOS-2018001604-A1 – WAIVER OF STANDARDS AMENDMENT D) DRA-2018001603-A1 – DESIGN REVIEW AMENDMENT CHAMPION VILLAGE MASTER PLAN / STEPHANIE III APARTMENTS   APPLICANT: OVATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) A)   Amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use category from COM (Commercial) to HDR (High-Density Residential) on 0.9 acres; B)   Amend the Champion Village Master Plan and rezone from CC-MP (Community Commercial with Master Plan Overlay) to RH-36-MP (High-Density Residential with Master Plan Overlay) on 0.9 acres; C)   Amend a waiver of standards to request a waiver from Development Code standards to increase the maximum height of a building within 100 feet of single-family residential (Building 3) from 35 feet to 39 feet 5 inches; and D)   Amend design review for a multifamily residential development to add a fourth building and expand from 3.1 acres to 4.0 acres; located west of South Stephanie Street, between Interstate I-215 and Paseo Verde Parkway, in the Green Valley Ranch Planning Area.     16. PUBLIC HEARING CUP-2019002634 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT K SMOKE SHOP   APPLICANT: K & K2 LLC   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A Smoke/Tobacco Shop with modifications from the Development Code to reduce the 2,000-foot distance separation from a smoke/tobacco establishment to 1,214 feet and to reduce the 500-foot distance separation from residential to 426 feet, located at 284 E. Lake Mead Parkway, Suite B, in the Downtown Redevelopment Area and Valley View Planning Area.  
    17. PUBLIC HEARING A) CUP-2019002639 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT B) DRA-2016500276-A1 – DESIGN REVIEW AMENDMENT CLARK COUNTY CREDIT UNION DRIVE-UP ATM   APPLICANT: CLARK COUNTY CREDIT UNION   Final action by Planning Commission.   (For Possible Action) A)   Reduce the distance separation from a Financial Institution with Drive-Through Service to a residential district boundary from 300 feet to 100 feet; and B)   Amend a design review for a Financial Institution with Drive-Through Service to review architecture and site design for Drive-Through Service (ATM), located at 87 E. Lake Mead Parkway, in the in the Downtown Redevelopment Area and Townsite Planning Area.     18. PUBLIC HEARING A) CUP-2019002685 – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT B) DRA-2019002686 – DESIGN REVIEW DEL WEBB LAKE LAS VEGAS CLUBHOUSE   APPLICANT: PN II, INC.   Final action by Planning Commission   (For Possible Action) A)   Park and Recreation Facility (private clubhouse); B)   Review of architecture and site layout for a new clubhouse on 5.3 acres; generally located northwest of the intersection of Lake Las Vegas Parkway and Highland Shores Drive, in the Lake Las Vegas Planning Area.  
    19. PUBLIC HEARING A) ZCA-2018002148 - ZONE CHANGE B) CUP-2018002150 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIIT HORIZON @ AMADOR STORAGE   APPLICANT: Home Partners LLC   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) A)   Rezone from RS-2 (Low-Density Residential) to CN-PUD (Neighborhood Commercial with Planned Unit Development Overlay) with a request for a waiver of the Development Code Standards to increase the amount of lot coverage from 35% to 38.9%;  review design and development guidelines; and to review architecture and site design for a proposed Mini-Storage Facility; and B)    A Mini-Storage Facility with a modification to allow two-story mini-storage buildings where one-story is permitted; on 4.1 acres located at the northwest corner of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Amador Lane, in the Green Valley Ranch Planning Area.     20. PUBLIC HEARING A) CPA-2018001978 - C OMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT B) ZCA-2018000276-A3 - ZONE CHANGE AMENDMENT C) CUP-2018001980 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT D) CUP-2018001981 - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT E) DRA-2018001982 - DESIGN REVIEW INSPIRADA MARKETPLACE I   APPLICANT: Inspirada Builders, LLC   To be heard at City Council on June 4, 2019   (For Possible Action) A)     Amend the Comprehensive Land Use category from Planned Community to Commercial B)     Amend a zone change to rezone from PC (Planned Community) to CC-MP (Community Commercial with Master Development Plan Overlay) on 1.5 acres; C)     A Commercial (Retail) Fueling Center; D)     An Eating and Drinking Establishment with Drive-Through Service; and E)     Review of architecture and site design for a Commercial (Retail) Fueling Center, an Eating and Drinking Establishment with Drive-Through Service, and Shopping Center on 5.4 acres; located at the northeast corner of Via Inspirada and Bicentennial Parkway, in the West Henderson Planning Area.     VIII. PUBLIC COMMENT   Items discussed under Public Comment cannot be acted upon at this meeting, but may be referred by Planning Commission to the appropriate body for follow-up (NRS 241.020). Public Comment will be limited to three (3) minutes at the discretion of the Chairman. The Chairman reserves the right to curtail abusive, offensive, inflammatory or repetitive comments that disrupt, disturb or otherwise impede the orderly conduct of the meeting. In addition, any person willfully disrupting the meeting may be removed from the room by the presiding officer. See NRS 241.030(4)(a). Examples of disruptive conduct include, without limitation, yelling, stamping of feet, whistles, applause, heckling, name calling, use of profanity, personal attacks, physical intimidation, threatening use of physical force, assault, battery, or any other acts intended to impede the meeting or infringe on the rights of the board and/or committee members, City staff, or meeting participants.   IX. STAFF'S\CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS   The Chairman and Members may speak on any item under this section of the agenda.  Chairman and Members may comment on matters including, without limitation, future agenda items, upcoming meeting dates, and meeting procedures.  Comments made cannot be acted upon or discussed at this meeting, but may be placed on a future agenda for consideration by the Body.     X. ADJOURNMENT     Posted prior to May13, 2019, 9:00 A.M., at the following locations: City Hall, 240 Water Street, 1st Floor Lobbies Multigenerational Center, 250 S. Green Valley Parkway Whitney Ranch Recreation Center, 1575 Galleria Drive Fire Station No. 86, 1996 E. Galleria Drive www.cityofhenderson.com https://notice.nv.gov

THIS WEEK IN HENDERSON AND LAS VEGAS, April 25, 2019.

NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SLOWS DOWN IN LAS VEGAS.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/housing/las-vegas-builders-show-drop-in-new-home-sales-in-march-1649417.

IS THERE A NUCLEAR DUMP IN NEVADA'S FUTURE?

https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/senate-hearing-set-for-bill-to-restart-yucca-mountain-licensing-1648452/

TWO MURDERED IN EAST LAS VEGAS.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/2-dead-1-wounded-in-shooting-in-east-las-vegas-1649467/  .

STUDENTS ARE STILL TAKING GUNS TO SCHOOL IN LAS VEGAS.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/student-with-gun-in-backpack-arrested-at-las-vegas-high-school-1649252

Golf at Lake Las Vegas

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If you decide to become a resident of Nevada you can avoid losing all of your home's value in a lawsuit.
WHAT THE NEVADA HOMESTEAD LAW PROVIDES: When you record a Declaration of Homestead, Nevada law protects the equity in your home up to $550,000 from general creditor claims (unpaid medical bills, bankruptcy, charge card debts, business/personal loans, accidents) but would not preclude a seizure or forced sale of your residence from general creditors if your equity exceeds the $550,000.  A creditor may file suit and can record a judgment lien against any real property you own.  Recording a Declaration of Homestead protects your principal residence up to the statutory maximum.  For example, if the value of your home is $645,000 and you have a first mortgage of $485,000 plus a second mortgage of $10,000, the equity is $150,000. 
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Las Vegas Sights
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The Water show at night

Dining by the fountain at night

GAMBLING AT ELECTRONIC MACHINES - is it an addiction?
Recent decades have seen a dramatic shift away from social forms of gambling played around roulette wheels and card tables to solitary gambling at electronic terminals. Slot machines, revamped by ever more compelling digital and video technology, have unseated traditional casino games as the gambling industry's revenue mainstay. Addiction by Design takes readers into the intriguing world of machine gambling, an increasingly popular and absorbing form of play that blurs the line between human and machine, compulsion and control, risk and reward.
Drawing on fifteen years of field research in Las Vegas, anthropologist Natasha Dow Schüll shows how the mechanical rhythm of electronic gambling pulls players into a trancelike state they call the "machine zone," in which daily worries, social demands, and even bodily awareness fade away. Once in the zone, gambling addicts play not to win but simply to keep playing, for as long as possible--even at the cost of physical and economic exhaustion. In continuous machine play, gamblers seek to lose themselves while the gambling industry seeks profit. Schüll describes the strategic calculations behind game algorithms and machine ergonomics, casino architecture and "ambience management," player tracking and cash access systems--all designed to meet the market's desire for maximum "time on device." Her account moves from casino floors into gamblers' everyday lives, from gambling industry conventions and Gamblers Anonymous meetings to regulatory debates over whether addiction to gambling machines stems from the consumer, the product, or the interplay between the two.
Addiction by Design is a compelling inquiry into the intensifying traffic between people and machines of chance, offering clues to some of the broader anxieties and predicaments of contemporary life. At stake in Schüll's account of the intensifying traffic between people and machines of chance is a blurring of the line between design and experience, profit and loss, control and compulsion.  
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Las Vegas Guide UNOFFICIAL

Your guide on how to have fun and understand the crazy environment that is today's Las Vegas
With insightful writing, up-to-date reviews of major attractions, and a lot of "local" knowledge, The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas 2018 has it all. Compiled and written by a team of experienced researchers whose work has been cited by such diverse sources as USA Today and Operations Research Forum, The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas digs deeper and offers more than any single author could.
This is the only guide that explains how Las Vegas works and how to use that knowledge to make every minute and every dollar of your time there count. With advice that is direct, prescriptive, and detailed, it takes out the guesswork. Eclipsing the usual list of choices, it unambiguously rates and ranks everything from hotels, restaurants, and attractions to rental car companies. With The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas, you know what’s available in every category, from the best to the worst.
The reader will also find the sections about the history of the town and the chapters on gambling fascinating. In truth, The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas, by Bob Sehlinger, emphasizes how to have fun and understand the crazy environment that is today's Vegas. It's a keeper. 
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LAKE LAS VEGAS.
Thirty minutes south of the Las Vegas Strip there are the soothing waters of a 320-acre freshwater lake and 10 miles of shoreline highlight the Lake Las Vegas residential paradise.
Visitors are welcome to come and see the town, its resorts, its restaurants, its clubs and its homes.
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LAKE LAS VEGAS RESTAURANT - PROOF TAVERN
Proof Tavern is an upscale American Tavern and gaming establishment providing patrons a diverse collection of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Guests can enjoy a full-service bar with specialty craft cocktails, wine and spirits along with 15 video poker machines.
We had two (2) big burgers, homemade french fries and a salad for $10.83 on Sunday 7/22/2108.  On Sundays Proof has been having two-for-one burger plates.

GREEN VALLEY RANCH CASINO.  
There are many big casinos off the Vegas Strip.  Their rooms and meals are often less costly than on the strips.  These are worth a visit, for their value and the opportunity to meet with people who either live in Vegas, or visit often.
On a recent visit to Green Valley two of us had a huge buffet. While we did not eat till we were sick, many visitors just love to sit around at the "Fiesta" buffet to eat and eat.  Green Valley recently requested diners to not spend more than two hours at their tables.
The total cost for two $15.91 (*).  One favorite is the FIESTA'S Mongolian station, where you can build your own Mongolian dinner with your choice of vegetables, pork, chicken, beef and shrimp with a range of sauces.

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* Our dinner was a 2 for 1 special.  You will need to join "STATIONS CASINO" to get these special awards.  Without the reward this would have cost us $31.98.  At $31.98 it would still have been worthwhile.

WOLFGANG PUCK'S only off the strip restaurant.
"Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Downtown Summerlin is now open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. Puck .. showcases the master chef’s contemporary version on the classic, American bar & grill. The approachable lunch and dinner menus feature Puck’s signature comfort food and is designed to accommodate a variety of occasions, from swift business lunches with colleagues to leisurely meals with family and friends or the perfect celebratory or date-night destination. he seasonally driven menu offers a variety of healthy salads, handmade pastas and pizzas from the wood-burning oven, grilled poultry, steaks and seafood plus a daily rotating list of chef specials.
On our last trip we had a delicious veal parmigiana dinner and a meatloaf dinner.  Both cost us a total of $20.70, using a myVEGAS coupon.
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FOREIGN CAR REPAIR SERVICE.  
If you're in Las Vegas and need repairs on your imported car, be sure to visit Sunset Auto Imports Service (1300 N. Boulder Hwy. Suite E  Henderson | NV | 88011  (702) 568-5353 contact@SunsetAutoLV.com).
Ask or Mike and your sure to get Mike to answer.  The four top people here are Michael (a.k.a "Michael"), Michael (a.k.a. "Mikey"), Michael (a.k.a. "MD') and David (a.k.a. "Not Mikey").  It has great reviews on YELP and has received many awards for customer excellence.

LAS VEGAS MEMENTOS.
Leaving Las Vegas / Movie
What can happen to YOU if you allow yourself to stay living the Las Vegas life.
This is Nicholas Cage at his best. Great movie, but have tissues to wipe away your tears.
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AIR FARES LAS VEGAS
$118 RTNon-Stop Las Vegas, NV (LAS) to San Francisco, CA (SFO)
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