Henderson stadium developer rejects fraud claims, seeks new development agreement with city
3 December 2012
3 Dec. 2012 6:20 p.m.
Developer Chris Milam is rejecting claims he might be defrauding public officials in his pursuit of federal land for a massive sports arena complex in Henderson. As it stands, the project cannot be built or financed — unless his development agreement is revised, he says. The CEO of International Development Management told Henderson city officials in a letter dated Nov. 30 that his Las Vegas National Sports Complex, “as presently contemplated,” is “not viable” and cannot get the needed funding. However, he wrote, “this can be resolved with a revised plan and new agreement.” Milam did not offer any possible ...
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