When Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom reflects on the county’s response to the pandemic, he sees actions to assist small businesses, administer vaccines and aid the recently unemployed through a dire period.
But more than two years after the unprecedented public health crisis emerged, Segerblom now notices something else.
“Las Vegas is on fire,” he said. “Whatever we did in the last two years laid the foundation, but the good news is that we’re ready to take off.”
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