Chef Lorena Garcia’s CHICA, opens at The Venetian this spring and will mark the first time that a major Strip eatery has featured a Latina head chef.
To measure that success, Moonridge Group, headed by founder Julie Murray, in partnership with Jeremy Aguero, Applied Analysis; and the Nevada Corporate Giving Council to survey Nevada businesses as to their philanthropic efforts.
They’re not exactly going to surpass Tesla or Faraday Future in jobs creation, but Drew and Jonathan Scott, AKA “The Property Brothers” are doing their share to grow the state’s economy. The twin brothers live in Las Vegas and star in several of the most popular series to air on HGTV. Now they have created a product line bearing their name, Scott Living; a subsidiary of SB (Scott Brothers) Merchandising, which are Nevada companies, as are their real estate ventures.
So, now that we are well into the first quarter, how can taxpayers take advantage of some of these opportunities? The following is a short list of ideas to consider, depending on individual circumstances.
Doing business with the city of Henderson is expected to become a bit more efficient as the result of a new permitting platform that goes online March 6.
Tina Quigley has served for five years as general manager of the Regional Transportation Commission. The Northern California native majored in Airport Planning and Management and began her career at McCarran International Airport before joining the RTC in 2005.
Darin Marques, ASCAYA sales manager
Longtime commercial real estate developer Jay Heller took over the helm at the start of 2017 of NAIOP Southern Nevada, one of the local area’s largest associations that focuses on commercial real estate development sector. Under his watch, Heller is predicting continued growth patterns in commercial real estate while he helps to write the market’s future for the valley and the state.
Development advocates are now asking the Legislature in the 2017 session to help cities in Southern Nevada and statewide pay for the extension of water, sewer, power, telecommunications and other utilities to industrial sites primed for development.