May 04, 2020 Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, May 6, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest. Get the agenda. Nobody is saying blue lives don’t matter, so let’s not muddy the water. He said there were also representatives from black-owned businesses who spoke about how controversies like these hurt businesses that are already struggling. “Some of this business from the dais was a distraction.
“I think she struck a conciliatory tone," he said, "When Councilman Crear wanted to speak at the start of the meeting, which is really common for the members of the council and the mayor to have a line they want to say or something to get off their chest, and she basically shut him down.”. Beginning Oct. 19, check out the speakers and activities!
At a time when bringing people together is a must if we are to become a better, more inclusive community, Fiore doesn’t measure up to the task. May 6, 2020 by Jennifer Atlas. If paying with cash, please bring exact change. For instance, City Attorney Brad Jerbic, who has been there for years, is retiring and being replaced by Bryan Scott, the first African American city attorney in Las Vegas history. That’s her style clearly.
ICS 2020. Highlights from his report are below. It looks like you started to create an account but did not complete it. For Fiore, though, the need to recall her goes beyond the protests and her remarks. Considering just 7,644 of the ward’s 63,024 eligible voters turned out that year, if just 0.003% of the voters who sat out the election had instead voted against Fiore, this issue would be moot. Smith said Roxann McCoy, the head of the NAACP in Southern Nevada, spoke and gave an articulate case for why relationships with the community should matter in city hall and why the city should care about people of color. Before Fiore took a powder at the council meeting, Las Vegas NAACP President Roxann McCoy encapsulated Fiore’s unsuitability for office to a tee. MINUTES. Neither the council nor any elected body needs a divisive ideologue like Fiore. While the council went through the first part of the agenda fairly rapidly for a government body, the public comments period of the meeting became heated Smith said.
https://lasvegas.primegov.com/Portal/Meeting?compiledMeetingDocumentFileId=10991, Daily Update-May 7, 2020 Roadmap to Recovery: Phase 1, First priority is city budget, and second is reopening, $140M deficit, compared to $100M in Great Recession, If action is not taken, City will be insolvent by Jan 21, $119 to City from CARES Act direct appropriation, Have asked bargaining groups for 6% concession to prevent layoffs, Believe that the intent of CARES legislation is for the money to be used directly for local governments, The Mayor asked if we could get state money as, Each city dept. Meetings & Agendas. We reserve the right to refuse to perform any notary services. Tags: Alcohol Delivery, City of Las Vegas, COVID-19, Update, Your email address will not be published. has been asked to make a reopening plan, Cost of ISOQ will be reimbursed federally. If you do not receive an email check your spam or junk mail folder. At one point in the public comment period, Fiore walked out. For answers and information about the 2020 Election (which does not include any Municipal city of Las Vegas Council or Judicial seats), please refer to the Clark County Election Department Website or call 702-455-VOTE.