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Mountain's Edge

AIR DATE: August 31, 2009

When fully built, the Mountain's Edge community is supposed to have a total of 6 parks. But the master-planned communities developers, Focus Property Group, wants to scale back some of those plans due to the economic downturn. Focus Property Group officials will plead their case to the Clark County Commission on Wednesday. We talk with two members of the Mountain's Edge HOA board, Edward Song and Kendra O'Connell, about why they believe the developer should stick to the original plan.

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