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Last week, I posted a court order ending one of the two lawsuits against the development of the Badlands Golf Course. About a dozen homeowners there have been pursuing court delays while urging City Government to condemn the golf course, buy the land, and save their views.
The city attorney’s office says they have no case under the law, and they each initialed disclosures that they knew the golf course was not part of their purchase and that it had separate development rights. If if City …Read More »
Badlands update: last week, a District Court judge admonished Bob and Nancy Peccole in their lawsuit against development of the now-closed Badlands golf course. They were ordered to pay the developer over $80,000 for the developer’s legal fees. Some excerpts from the judge’s order:
“It was a misrepresentation by Plaintiffs to claim the land not subject to annexation or easement is impacted by the CC&R’s of the adjacent Queensridge CIC, when CC&Rs have no applicability to such land.” (paragraph 6 on p. 3)
“The Court therefore finds …
One year ago, the Las Vegas City Council spent long hours wrestling with a new ordinance to make the FSE experience better. It had been drug down by street performers spending more time fighting and competing among themselves than they spent performing. They chased tourists down and extorted tips from them, nastily. The regulations we passed, and enforced, have definitely improved the visitor experience. And now, look! Downtown leads the state in recession recovery. Kudos to city staff and my colleagues on the Council!
Here’s the …Read More »