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AIR DATE: January 27, 2010

So what went right and what went wrong in the Las Vegas Valley during the boom decade? That's the business of the Urban Land Institute and six local planners give us their take on what was good and bad in land use during the recent runaway real estate market. They also tell us what we can expect and what we should hope happens over the next decade.

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