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Steve Seroka stepped down from the Las Vegas City Council Monday night.
A letter he submitted to the city said his resignation is effective immediately but it did not offer a reason for his choice to leave the Ward 2 seat.
Last week, Nevada’s governor and attorney general were sworn in to
Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka says those pushing for his recall are looking for “a side door” to bypass the will of the voters.
Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka has been on the job less than two years, but some of his constituents have had enough.
Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka is facing a recall effort.
Former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman is one of the leaders of the effort, who has criticized Seroka over his opposition to develop the Badlands golf course.
Plans to build homes on the site of the failed Badlands golf course are again before Las Vegas City Council.
If you want to operate a short-term rental in the City of Las Vegas, you have to have a special-use permit.
That law was put in place last year to try to curb party houses.
Steve Seroka spent his military career preparing to fight wars around the world. Now the new city councilman works to bring peace to Las Vegas neighborhoods racked by development disputes.
The City of Las Vegas will have some new faces around city hall this week.
It wasn’t a good night for incumbents. Or negative campaigning.
But did Tuesday’s election have more to do with low turnout than anything else?
A new plan has been released for the development of the shuttered Badlands Golf Course, which calls for a boutique hotel, more than 2,000 multi-family units and 65 homes spread across the 250-acre property.
Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers squared off with his general election challenger Steve Seroka in a Nevada Public Radio debate Thursday.