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Pizza is a beloved food group, especially in Las Vegas. There are dozens of spots in Vegas from the neighborhood favorites to the places on The Strip.

A new documentary chronicling the formative years of the city of Las Vegas is now playing. 

Las Vegas Thrift Shops
8/17/2019 12:00:00 PM
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Only got $20 in your pocket? Don’t worry, shopping these thrift stores Las Vegas will help you get a bang for your buck. Start singing those thrift shop lyrics and get ready to pop some tags at these Las Vegas thrift shops:

Antique Alley Mall

1126 S. Main St.

Las Vegas Oddities

1228 S. Main St.

Martin’s Mart

1219 S. Main St.

Opportunity Village Thrift Store

390 S. Decatur Blvd.

ReBar

1225 S. Main St.

What is your favorite thrift store?

PS: check out all the stores along Antique Alley in the Arts District too!


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Aug. 7 City Council
8/6/2019 12:00:00 PM
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Las Vegas City Council will met on Wednesday, Aug.  7. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest. Get the agenda and watch the meeting.


Agenda Item 44 – Nutritional Snacks for Safekey: This interlocal agreement allows Clark County School District to provide funding for nutritional snacks for nine Safekey sites in the city participating in the Snack Program.

Agenda Items 45  & 46 – Affordable Housing at 400 S. Decatur Blvd.: The city receives an annual Private Activity Bond Volume Cap allocation from the State ofNevada Department of Business and Industry to finance affordable rental housingdevelopments, single-family mortgages, and industrial development projects.  The City is now transferringfunds to finance the construction of a420-unit affordable and market rate multi-family affordable housing development at 400 SouthDecatur Boulevard. This development will provide 396 units with rents ranging from $326 - $1,169 monthly and will accommodate familiesearning 30-60% of the area median income. The development will also provide 34 marketrate units. The first floor of the project will have retail space available for rent as well.

Agenda Item 50 – Future Mobility Plan: In November 2016, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) began a study of high capacity transit in Southern Nevada called “On Board - Your Future Mobility Plan". This study is focused on three areas:

  • strategies to improve traditional transit;
  • high capacity transit options; and
  • emerging transit technology opportunities.

In a parallel effort, the RTC, along with the Nevada Department of Transportation, initiated the Boulder Highway Multimodal Corridor Study in 2017.  RTC staff gave a brief presentation on the progress made on both plans. 

Agenda Item 52 – 2019 Session of the Nevada Legislature: Staff gave a report regarding the 2019 (80th) Session of the Nevada Legislature. 

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