Rolling Freedom Motorcycles Lake Tahoe launched earlier this year on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe’s South Shore.
Critics of the bill say it would make Nevada less competitive for business relocations and expansion; supporters say it would help balance the billions of dollars offered to corporations as abatements or subsidies and establish a more equitable economic development policy, which would in turn help Nevada's worsening housing situation.
Opponents of the legislation — including the Reno+Sparks Chamber of Commerce — argue the bill would invite unnecessary litigation, in the form of employees bringing civil action against employers that fail to comply with the bill requirements.
Proponents say the legislation would give local governments the ability to raise money to support affordable housing projects; opponents say it would increase fees for developers and further negatively affect the market.
Nhit Hernandez and Jared Streshley were recently promoted to senior accountants at Barnard Vogler & Co. in Reno.
Lyndsey Crossley and Lauren Renda are both Philanthropic Advisors with the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada.
Reno-Sparks as a whole recorded a median home price of $485,000 in March — that's a 259% increase from the depths of the Great Recession, and a 64% increase from 5 years ago.
"I would definitely say we need more people in our community to be givers of time, money and resources."
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Both homebuilders and landlords say they support proposed legislation that would give renters more of a heads-up on rent increases, even as there was a less warm reception for a bill that would create a statewide landlord database and registry.
Mann received a degree in journalism with a focus in advertising from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2013, joining Stan Can Design that same year.