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County commissioner works on rehab of Strip's North end

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Updated: 7/17/2012 7:19 am
LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- On the Strip's north end, one Clark County commissioner knows it's going to take more than picking up the trash to turn things around.

Each month Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani makes it a point to walk the north end of the Las Vegas Strip.

“People don't think the north end will ever come back. I disagree,” Giunchigliani said. “Many executives have not walked out into the front of their house, and so as a commissioner I should work into the front of their house and back of their house and see what's going on.”

It's one little fix-it after another, and this time: it was not the empty lots that caught her eye.

Beyond the litter and the stalled projects, it was on one of those walks that Giunchigliani noticed something different: this travel kiosk. To her, something didn't look quite right.

Giunchigliani busted a cluster of kiosks for operating without proper licensing. They were shut down last week.

Still, stalled construction remains a concern.

As the Sahara makeover creeps along and Echelon begs for more time and money the Fontainebleau is another item on her to-do list.


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