Councilman Bob Beers won't let Badlands be a 'Bad Deal' for taxpayers.

Bob Beers has served as your city councilman in Ward 2 guided by three basic principles.

BADLANDS/QUEENSRIDGE: A Campaign Based on Lies

The Queensridge-Badlands Golf Course has generated its share of headlines and controversy. During the recent Primary Election in Ward 2, there were a lot of heated words, distortions and misinformation about the project, including:

  • The developer has no right to build on Badlands.
  • The taxpayers should pay for the golf course’s failure.
  • The city can do a land swap with the BLM.
  • The city attorney said the city can legally stop development with no liability.
  • The developer is paying off Councilman Beers for his support of the project,

All of these claims were simply false. Campaign lies.

ONLY BOB BEERS HAS BEEN THE VOICE OF THE TAXPAYER.

Councilman Beers has steadfastly fought for the people, steering the city away from the possibility of paying for Badlands. His tough stance has been justified:

The developer CAN build at Badlands and CAN sue the taxpayers for not allowing him to build without compensation. The lies, distortions and misinformation were all campaign fibs.

THE PEOPLE OF LAS VEGAS DON'T NEED TO OWN A FAILED GOLF COURSE.

There are over 600,000 residents in Las Vegas. The city has a responsibility to provide essential city services to the residents, such as police, fire, emergency services, roads and more.

Paying an estimated $30-$50 million to own a failed golf course and protect fairway views is not essential for the people of Las Vegas.

Councilman Beers will not stop his efforts to make sure the taxpayers don’t pay a dime for this project.

Additional Information

City Attorney Brad Jerbic Confirms Inverse Condemnation Could Apply to Badlands Badlands FAQs
 
Badlands Golf Course Development Goes
Before the Las Vegas Planning Commission
Las Vegas judge dismisses lawsuit in
Badlands Golf Course battle
Judge Smith Final Order
City of Las Vegas 1/31/2017
Badlands Update, Public Meeting,
October 6, 2016
Badlands Owner Presses Ahead
With Residential Development Plans
Controversial Badlands Golf Course
development on 90-day hold
Access City Council: Beers -
Badlands Interview Segment

Have a comment or question for Bob?

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or call (702)592-8822.
 
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