Henderson tries to block land deal in stadium project, citing fraud concerns
29 November 2012
29 Nov. 2012 8:30 p.m.
Henderson city officials are trying to block developer Chris Milam from acquiring the land needed for his proposed sports-arena complex, claiming the sale might be “tainted” with fraud. Milam is backing off his plans for the Las Vegas National Sports Complex and is marketing the property near M Resort to other developers, according to the city. Milam has allegedly said in marketing materials that even if sports facilities aren’t built, mixed-use and residential projects can still be developed. Henderson City Attorney Josh Reid, in a letter dated Nov. 29, asked U.S. Bureau of Land Management officials to quash the agency’s ...
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