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Arena Proposals
Arena Proposals

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AIR DATE: June 8, 2011

Three different arena plans are on the table for Las Vegas. One would be downtown, one would be at UNLV and a third would be located near the strip behind Mandalay Bay. The Nevada Legislature debated a bill that would create a special taxing district and put the Clark County Commission in charge of picking the best plan for a new arena. We talk with lobbyist and former Nevada Assemblyman, David Goldwater about the plan he is pushing.
 
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David Goldwater, former Nevada Assemblyman and lobbyist for Cordish Companies

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Not getting at least the UNLV NOW and/or the Milam project moving will set this community back years. Good chance to take the LV area a big step forward was missed.
BertsosJun 16, 2011 09:24:10 AM
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