The Review Journal’s Feb.12 editorial, “Keep government out of housing,” asserts that government should not have a role in solving the housing affordability problem in Nevada. The assertion that the “simple” solution to the problem is “roommates” insults many families and seniors in our community who are struggling to make ends meet. While getting a roommate may work for young, new entrants into the workforce — a strategy I used until I was 30 — it is not a real solution to the problem.
To be clear, the availability of affordable workforce and senior housing is a serious issue that our community currently faces. It will continue to worsen without action. Continue reading “COMMENTARY: Affordable housing a vital issue for Southern Nevada”
LAS VEGAS, NV – Youth soccer teams from around the globe will flock to southern Nevada for the 11th annual Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup International Showcase. This year’s event is expected to draw 430 male youth soccer teams and 237 female youth teams from 19 different countries and 27 states across America.
Athletes ages 11-19 will compete at seven different field over the weekend. Organizers had to split the competition up into two weekends due to the record number of registrants. The tournament begins on Saturday, Feb. 17 and ends Feb. 19 for the boys teams and lasts from Feb. 23-25 for the girls teams. Continue reading “Mayor’s Cup Kicks Off This Weekend In Las Vegas”
LAS VEGAS, NV – Not a bad way to start the weekend. The National Weather Service is reporting that the Las Vegas valley tied the record high temperature for today’s date, February 9, by reaching 78 degrees.
The record was previously set in 2015. The high temperatures were expected this weekend, but you can never really predict the weather in the desert. One day it could be 78 degrees and sunny, and the next day could bring swirling winds. (Yes, that might actually happen tomorrow. The National Weather Service is already issuing wind advisories for Saturday.)
End your work week by checking out what kind of weather is expected around the Las Vegas valley this weekend. Click here for the forecast.
It’s official. Las #Vegas has tied the record high for the date. We reached 78 degrees which was previously set in 2015. #vegasweather #nvwx— NWS Las Vegas (@NWSVegas) February 9, 2018
(MENAFN Editorial) LAS VEGAS, Feb. 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — and have acquired five acres in south Las Vegas and plan to build Bermuda Estates, offering 15 single-family detached homes starting in the $400,000s. The community is scheduled to break ground in March of 2018 and is expected to be open for sale in October of 2018. The retail value of this community is expected to exceed $7.5 million. Continue reading “Summit Homes of Nevada and Presidio Residential Capital to Build Community Offering 15 Luxurious Homes in South Las Vegas”