City of Las Vegas

This time, it wasn’t talk of the Fremont East Entertainment District that dominated the evening.

Mayor Goodman’s State of the City speech hit more than it missed

January 18th, 2018

This time, it wasn’t talk of the Fremont East Entertainment District that dominated the evening.

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