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Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen
Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen

AIR DATE: September 21, 2011

Mayor Andy Hafen will join us for a one on one to discuss the latest efforts to bring sports to the City of Henderson.  We ask how it will be paid for, how many jobs it will create and if the folks in Henderson even want it.
Andy Hafen, Henderson Mayor

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If there is no outright spending by City of Henderson, adequate provision is made for parking/traffic impacts, and the sweetheart provisions are not excessive, then why not to pro sports in Henderson. How about another race track on Race Track road?
aunty palinSep 20, 2011 12:09:21 PM
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