Proposal to support tax to hire 15 more officers in Henderson, 133 in Las Vegas
HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce Issues Committee and the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced support for the More Cops Tax initiative in an Aug. 25 letter to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Sheriff Joe Lombardo.
The proposal would add .05 percent increase on the sales tax effective Jan. 1. The Henderson Chamber of Commerce believes this initiative would raise approximately $14 million in annual revenue for the LVMPD, allowing it to hire 133 additional officers. Henderson Police Chief Patrick Moers and Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen also support the initiative, as it would allow the Henderson Police Department to hire an additional 15 officers, according to the letter.
Board took office July 1, will be sworn in Sept. 3 at State of the Chamber Address
HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce has named the members of its 2015-16 executive board. The board took office July 1 and will be sworn in Thursday, Sept. 3, at the annual State of the Chamber Address.
The following were named to the executive board: Tim Brooks (Emerald Island Casino), chair; D. J. Allen (The Xs & Os of Success), immediate past chair; Robert Anderson (Snell & Wilmer), chair-elect; Dr. John Hawk (Nevada State High School), treasurer; Teressa Conley (St. Rose Dominican Hospitals), at large member; Stan Olsen (Olsen Strategic Group), at large member; Scott Muelrath, secretary of the board and president/CEO of the chamber; Councilwoman Debra March, Ward II (City of Henderson); Craig Kirkland (Nevada State Bank); Christopher W. Larsen (PGAL, LLC); Arnold Lopez III (NV Energy); Lisa McKenzie (Desert Living); Bart Patterson (Nevada State College); John Ramous (Harsch Investment Properties); Lester Romero (Wells Fargo Bank); Brin Gibson (Nevada Office of the Attorney General); Commissioner Steve Sisolak; Aviva Gordon (Gordon Law); Jady West (Cox Business); Brad Miller (RC Willey Home Furnishings); Dr. Renee Coffman (Roseman University of Health Sciences); Shelley Berkley (Touro University Western Division); and Trish Nash (Trish Nash Signature Gallery of Homes).
Breakfast sponsored by Valley Bank of Nevada’s new Henderson location
HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host “Henderson, Looking Forward,” presented by City of Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen, from 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Sunset Station’s Sunset room, 1301 W. Sunset Rd.
During the breakfast, Hafen will discuss the business-friendly environment of the city, new businesses coming to town and new changes at City Hall.
Aug. 19 event to serve dual role; ribbon cutting to also recognize grant recipient
HENDERSON, Nev. – On Wednesday, Aug. 19, the Henderson Chamber of Commerce has much to celebrate.
Not only will it celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Henderson Business Resource Center, the state’s longest-running business incubator, but it will also celebrate its newest tenant, Home Helpers and Direct Link of Henderson, the USAA Bank Veteran-Owned Business Grant recipient, with a ribbon cutting ceremony from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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