City alleges developer with arena plan only wanted cheap land
29 January 2013
29 Jan. 2013 12:18 p.m.
Developer Chris Milam repeatedly lied to Henderson officials about the viability of his massive sports arena complex as a way to buy cheap public land and then sell for profit to other developers, the city alleged in a lawsuit. Milam, his lawyers John F. Marchiano and Christopher C. Stephens, land consultant Michael Ford and public relations-lobbying chief Lee Haney are accused of using a city-approved development pact to fraudulently buy roughly 485 acres near the M Resort from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management for a proposed Las Vegas National Sports Complex. Instead of following through on the project plans, ...
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