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Chris Giunchigliani
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AIR DATE: November 16, 2011

Early voting starts on Saturday and the candidates for Mayor of Las Vegas have solidified their stances on various city issues. But in the past week talks of a new arena in Las Vegas accelerated when Mayor Goodman said a deal could be in place this week. And on fiscal issues the city approved a $455.2 million spending plan. Chris Giunchigliani joins us for one last look at the race before early voting starts.
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    With ever increasing gasoline prices and high smog/pollution levels in Vegas; the mobile billboards waste natural resources, exhaust smog causing polluntants and clog up city streets. Further, the ads themselves can be quite tasteless, and some I would assume a parent would not want their child to see. I know you are against the mobile billboards, but I have seen little or no action taken to lower their impact on Las Vegas or our sanity (I am tired of seeing Elvis drift by my house).
    RyanMay 20, 2011 09:12:34 AM
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