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New tourist spots promote ‘adult freedom’ in Las Vegas


LVCVA Among the new ads introduced by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority includes a couple revealing their love in Las Vegas.

. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s brand-new ad campaign is utilizing contemporary stories in its promo of “only in Vegas moments.”

Those minutes include a same-sex couple on getaway, which ends in a wedding; a single mother delighting in a break; a couple aiming to rekindle their romance; and an entrepreneur who pretends to be a high roller to get the destination of a female.

Authority officials, who released the spots today, stated they highlight the changing standards in Las Vegas. The short films are on the LVCVA site and YouTube, and will be edited for television commercials.

” The introduction of ‘Only Vegas Moments’ commemorates the enduring pledge of adult flexibility in Las Vegas by embracing contemporary stories that are relatable to a vast array of potential visitors,” stated Cathy Tull, chief marketing officer of the authority, in a statement. “Through authentic and empowering experiences, the new stories highlight Las Vegas as a location where being whomever you desire is not just allowed, but encouraged.”

John Tanzella, president and CEO of the International Gay & & Lesbian Travel, stated the inclusion of a gay couple is a “advanced technique to produce culturally appropriate global tourism.”

“( It) is a best example of the inclusive environment that waits for all travelers in the location,” he said in a declaration.

CoStar'' s People of Note (Aug. 25) – CBRE, Transwestern Promote Regional Leadership while Cushman Adds Leasing, Capital Markets Talent

The following business revealed workers relocations today: CBRE, Transwestern, Cushman & & Wakefield, Kidder Mathews, Irvine Cos., Ware Malcomb, MB Realty, Duke Realty, Berger Commercial Real estate, Signature Associates and CRE Consultants. It’s time to update those contact managers with CoStar’s People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promos. This week’s problem consists of the following markets: Northern New Jersey, Chicago, Boston, Austin, Orange County, South Florida, Detroit/ Grand Rapids and Southwest Florida.

Wagner to Lead CBRE’s NJ
Job Management

Group By Justin Sumner CBRE Group, Inc. has actually promoted Eric Wagner to leader of its New Jersey project management group. In his brand-new function, Wagner will concentrate on company advancement, growing CBRE’s job management offerings and enhancing industrial task management services for nationwide customers.

Wagner has more than 25 years of experience in the design and construction market, including five years at SJP Properties as vice president of advancement. He has dealt with big interior fit-outs, building repositioning and retail projects for a client list that consists of the similarity BMW, EY, Deutsche Bank and H&M.

Transwestern Taps Two to Lead Midwest Asset Services Group By Derek Babb

Micah Larmie and Katie Sakach(pictured, right)have actually been promoted to co-leaders of the Midwest property services group at Transwestern. The newly-created functions will see Larmie and Sakach supervise Transwestern’s Midwest property management portfolio.

Larmie joined Transwestern in 2014 as vice president and basic manager. Sakach pertained to Transwestern in 2003 and most just recently worked as vice president and basic manager.CoStar’s People

of Note is released each Friday covering the most recent industrial property executive level promos and new hires.Click on the headline of each article to jump
to full coverage.Follow the news on Twitter @TheCoStarGroup and
@JSumner2. Send brand-new executive employs and promostatements to [email protected]!.?.!. BOSTON O’Regan Go back to Cushman & Wakefield Boston By Michael Martin Tom O’Regan has rejoined the Boston workplace of Cushman & Wakefield, where he will enter the role of executive director within the company’s downtown Boston leasing team. The 20-year industry veteran served as a director with Cushman & Wakefield early in his commercial property career prior to going on to

operate at Richards Barry Joyce Partners as an executive director and most recently at JLL as a managing director. Before that O’Regan invested 15 years as a professional hockey player. AUSTIN
Cushman & Wakefield Recruits Capital Markets Team By Michael Greenhill Cushman & Wakefield
reinforced its institutional and private customer investment sales protection in Central and South Texas with the addition of Todd Mills, Carrie Caesar and Hunter Mills(imagined, right). The trio joins Cushman & Wakefield from CBRE, where the group was acknowledged as one of the most successful capital markets groups in the area. NORTHERN NEW JERSEY Meisel Signs up with CBRE By Kevin Carder CBRE has actually hired Jon Meisel as a senior vice president, signing up with the company’s office leasing group in its East
Brunswick, NJ office,where he will mainly be renting office space and assisting the data center services group with business data center deals. Meisel was previously with JLL, where he was an establishing member of the business’s New Jersey workplace, ultimately ending up being the head of JLL’s New Jersey firm group. His profession also consists of a certification as a mechanical engineer. Meisel was involved in more than 10 million square feet of renting transactions in his 13-year profession with JLL. ORANGE COUNTY Brombal, Rhee Join Kidder Mathews By Ryan

Steven Brombal has joined Kidder Mathews as a senior vice president and is joined by Joshua Rhee(pictured, right)as an associate vice president in the company’s Irvine, CA office. Brombal and Rhee will continue their long-time partnership, concentrating on multifamily investment homes throughout the Greater Orange County location. Prior to signing up with Kidder Mathews, the duo

was at Berkadia Realty Advisors in Irvine. CHICAGO Irvine Cos. Names New Senior Leasing Director in Chicago

By Devon
Munos Gregory Tait has actually been named senior renting director for Irvine, CA-based The Irvine Co.’s Chicago holdings. Tait will manage renting for a portfolio that consists of One N. Wacker, 300 N. LaSalle and 71 S. Wacker-three 40-story trophy workplace towers that amount to more than 4 million square feet in downtown Chicago. Tait spent the last eight years overseeing day-to-day leasing activity for 4.5 million square feet of workplace in Chicago, in addition to a 1.2 million-square-foot high-rise as a member of Tishman Speyer. Cushman & Wakefield Purchases Out 10 NorthMarq JVs, Then Obtains Toronto-Based 20 VIC Management By Randyl Drummer ORANGE COUNTY Heisler Promoted to VP at Ware Malcomb By Justin Sumner Ware Malcomb has promoted Ted Heisler to vice president of interior architecture and style
in the company

‘s Irvine, CA workplace, where he will grow the department nationwide and lead its business accounts and interiors advisory group. CHICAGO MBRE Promotes Toenjes to VP By Ross Peterson MB Property promoted Brian Toenjes to vice president of job services, a department accountable for the advancement of more than$300 million worth of business, life sciences, healthcare, education and property tasks. ORANGE COUNTY Duke Realty Employs Bagnall as VP By Justin Sumner Jonathan Bagnall has actually joined the Southern California workplace of Duke Real estate Corporation as a vice president of building, where he will supervise all elements of
the Southern California workplace’s building and construction operations. SOUTH FLORIDA Giananti Signs up with Berger By Grace Gutowski Gregory Giananti has actually joined Berger Commercial Realty as a job supervisor with the company’s Miramar, FL office. Giananti has 14 years of experience in preparation and resource management for industrial building jobs. DETROIT/ GRAND RAPIDS Signature Signs Zeid as Task Manager By Astrid Payne Signature Associates worked with Joshua Zeid as its brand-new special tasks manager for its residential or commercial property asset management group based from the Southfield, MI office. Prior to that Zeid worked in the customer bundle items industry. SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Eagle Lands at CRE Specialists By Justin Sumner Dane Eagle has actually signed up with CRE Experts as a broker partner in the company’s Fort Myers, FL workplace, where he will focus on industrial office
, retail and land deals across the Cape Coral submarket while expanding the company’s base in Southwest Florida. Follow the news on Twitter @TheCoStarGroup and @JSumner2. Have a look at last week’s edition of People of Note.

Letter from Clark County to cannabis industry: DonĂ¢ $ t promote public pot use


Steve Marcus A view of Real Sun Grown marijuana buds at Canopi, a cannabis dispensary at 6540 Blue Diamond Rd., Monday July 3, 2017.

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Las Vegas marijuana company owner today received a letter from the Clark County Company License Department reaffirming regulations for pot usage in the area.

The letter, provided Monday by Department of Organisation License Director Jaqueline Holloway, threatens to suspend or take away licenses of dispensaries for any involvement with non-licensed pot businesses and anything “that promotes public consumption.”

“We compose to remind you that public consumption of marijuana is illegal,” Holloway’s letter states before noting over a half-dozen types different violations. “The only place where it is legal to consume marijuana is at a personal residence for private usage.”

The letter stated pot organisations can’t publicize marijuana yoga and swimming events, nor celebrations and dinners, “even if the occasions are held in a personal house.” Holloway likewise identified pot intake on trip buses and limos “illegal.”

Holloway directed remark to county representative Erik Pappa, who stated the letter was issued in action to “several” infractions across the county, including a dispensary that was advertising weed-assisted karate and yoga sessions.

“We’ve had several businesses that seem to be involved in efforts to promote public and social consumption,” Pappa said. “We don’t desire our licensees doing that.”

Nevada Dispensary Association president Andrew Jolley of The+Source Dispensary stated the letter was the very first time he could remember seeing a notice from Holloway’s office threatening to take away service licenses.

“It’s the very first one I have actually seen like that,” Jolley said. “Strong.”

Jolley was one of 12 members of the cannabis, gaming, resort and retail industries to take part in the Clark County Green Ribbon Panel previously this year. It was designed to provide recommendations to the County Commission on implementing recreational pot, which was legalized by voter approval in last November’s election.

The panel, which fulfilled 4 times from March 27 to April 24, presented their suggestions to the Commission on May 2. Panelists will meet again Friday for the very first time ever since.

Jolley said he expects to resolve the points described in the letter.

“The consensus was we have to continue to deal with a few of these problems,” he said. “This will be a good chance to do that.”

Free helmets promote safe bike riding– PICTURES

Three events around the valley on Saturday promoted bike riding security by distributing complimentary helmets.

Seven bike casualties in 2015 have something in typical, occasion organizers said: None of the victims wore a helmet.

The totally free helmets were donated by NDOT’s bike program, and will certainly fit a range of head sizes, children through adult. Helmets for extremely children are available for those 3 and older.

Bicyclists, supporters and volunteers from Regional Transport Commission, Nevada Highway Patrol, UMC Injury, Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition and UNLV’ $ s Vulnerable Road Users Task pitched in at the 3 places, fitting free helmets for riders. The occasions were at Vacation home Pizza, Durango, 3385 S. Durango Road; Academy of Person Development, 235 N. Eastern Ave.; and Black Mountain Recreation Center, 599 Greenway Roadway, Henderson.

Poll: 75 percent of Nevada voters want state to promote renewable energy


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A view of photovoltaic panels at the Enbridge Silver State North Solar Project in Primm Monday, May 7, 2012. The 50-megawatt plant, the first large-scale solar power task on public lands, has 800,000 thin-film, photovoltaic panels and can create enough power for about 9,000 houses.

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Nevadans want their state government to promote clean energy.

Nearly 75 percent of respondents in a new poll stated it would be proper for the government to promote the development and use of renewable resource, such as solar, wind and geothermal power. More than 70 percent stated Nevada isn’t doing enough to promote renewable energy. More than 90 percent stated customers must have the ability to produce electricity with rooftop photovoltaic panels.

That’s according to the survey of 500 Nevada voters carried out by GOP pollster The Tarrance Group and spent for by regional think tank Clean Energy Job.

The outcomes are available in the consequences of a legal session where roof solar companies fought the state’s largest utility, NV Energy, over policies on solar generation. It also arrives as casinos are aiming to cut ties with NV Energy. Both battles are being fought at the general public Utilities Commission.

About 35 percent of participants in the sample determined as GOP voters, while 42 percent were Democrats and the remainder were independents. The margin of error was plus or minus 4 percent.

Of all respondents, 59 percent said environment change is the result of human activity such as burning nonrenewable fuel sources.

Of GOP voters, two-thirds stated they believed there was evidence the environment has changed in the past two years, but less believed environment modification was mostly manufactured. Those figure fall in line with national polling that reveals that a growing number of Republican voters believe in environment change however doubt that it is caused by human activity.

Although the state restricts the number of people can offer energy to the electric grid and their homes through roof solar, Nevada has progressively committed more of its resources to implementing more renewable resource programs.

The state is on track to have its energy profile be 25 percent renewables by 2025. It’s likewise the home of the most solar jobs per capita in the nation. Between 2013 and 2015, the state’s roof solar industry grew by more than 1000 percent.

“The Silver State is a pioneer in the energy sector, and our dedication to renewable energy has included $5.5 billion to our economy in the last 5 years,” Gov. Brian Sandoval stated in a statement released with the survey. “I am dedicated to the ongoing advancement of Nevada’s energy resources by eliminating obstacles and establishing much better company designs that benefit our ratepayers.”

Video gaming, tech and solar collaborate to promote policy changes


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Real estate specialists Drew Scott, left, and Jonathan Scott, center, stars of the HGTV program “Property Brothers” and solar lovers, aid set up Sunrun photovoltaic panels Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, on their “wise home” in Las Vegas.

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. In response to a bevy of controversial energy concerns emerging in the state, a coalition of video gaming, tech and energy business will align to promote more customer choice in what’s forming up to be a long fight versus the state’s dominant power company, NV Energy.

The Nevada Coalition to Protect Ratepayers includes Change, Wynn Resorts, Las Vegas Sands, SolarCity and Sunrun. The group’s formation follows weeks of debate about a contested rooftop solar policy that lowers power expenses for ratepayers and a 2001 law that enables huge business to produce and acquire power without the utility.

The core of the union’s concerns reside in the Legislature and highlights myriad disappointments that energy-reform advocates have had this session. The business, which include some of the state’s largest companies and emerging markets, have actually been pushing for policy modifications they say will benefit homeowners and employers. But their efforts have come with little success, in addition to opposition from NV Energy.

Change, among the nation’s largest data-storage business, and the gambling establishments are applying in the general public Utilities Commission to create and purchase power without NV Energy. The companies expect that leaving the utility will be difficult and pricey. Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands began their public application procedure this week. Change began its application in November, and today the PUC’s governing personnel provided a legal memo that stated the business must pay $27 million if it wants to leave the energy. The exit charge is a way to make sure that ratepayers’ bills don’t enhance since a commercial scale ratepayer leaves NV Energy.

Switch recommended paying $18 million. NV Energy desired Change to pay more than $30 million.

Change says it wishes to make use of the law in an effort to consume One Hundred Percent renewable resource at its data storage centers while paying less for its power. However the PUC memo panned Change’s analysis of the law, NRS704b, as “tortured” since it passed at a time when energy costs were high and the energy wanted companies to construct their own power plants as a method to provide energy to the grid and decrease its need.

The law does not mandate that market conditions– currently much enhanced in Nevada– be a stipulation for putting on leave NV Energy. The opinion by the PUC’s governing legal staff might foreshadow the last judgment by the PUC’s three regulators in the coming weeks, possibly setting a precedent for what the casinos can anticipate as their application procedure continues.

The PUC’s three regulators will certainly make a formal judgment on the Switch application in June.

“The reliable, cost-effective and ecologically sound use of power is not an option. It ought to be a requirement,” said Rob Roy, founder and CEO of Change. “… It is exceptionally crucial to Switch that we power the next advancement of the Internet with green energy.”

SolarCity and Sunrun have been combating to increase a cap on a policy called net metering, which allows consumers to lease photovoltaic panels to provide energy to their homes and power grid. The two business anticipated the Legislature to nurture argument and votes throughout the session, however that hasn’t held true. At the beginning of the session there was a costs to raise the present 3 percent cap, but it never had a hearing. The solar business have actually hosted rallies and invited their workers to come to the Legislature to lobby their representatives. With 18 days left in the session, time and options are running out. One of the staying alternatives is an amendment that would enable the PUC to lift the cap instead of the Legislature.

Rooftop solar business state that if lawmakers do not lift the cap, the industry in Nevada could lose its area as the No. 1 solar task producer per capita and shed more than two-thirds of 6,000 rooftop solar tasks. More than 2,500 NV Energy customers participate in net metering. Solar companies expect the cap to be struck by fall. U.S. Sen. Harry Reid told the Sun that he supports a cap increase. Gov. Brian Sandoval is continuing to be neutral.

“This union is about promoting competition,” SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive said. “Competition drives down rates, gives customers more options in how they get their electrical power and has developed tasks for Nevada.”

Net metering customers get a credit on their costs for supplying energy on the grid. NV Energy considers that credit a subsidy spent for by nonsolar clients.

NV Energy decreased to comment for this story.