Welcome to the latest edition of Vegas Life + Style Magazine.
We are thrilled to present to you our Top Professionals and Top Businesses issue as determined by our panel of industry experts and leaders in our community.
Though this does not cover all the Amazing Professionals and Businesses in our community, it does highlight some of them for our readers. We hope you enjoy them and choose to contact them, as they are leaders and experts in their respective fields. We are constantly amazed by the hard work and innovation we see, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.
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I’m a proud native of Henderson. In fact, I’ve lived in the same neighborhood my entire life! That gives me a pretty unique perspective on our City’s history and the impact city government can have on its residents.
As an employee of the City of Henderson for more than 25 years, I also have a deep understanding of the inner workings of local government. Much of my time with the City was spent leading the Henderson Redevelopment Agency, which is tasked with breathing new life into the more mature areas of our community that may be in need of revitalization, economic development and reinvestment. I was elected to City Council in 2019 representing Ward I and will be incredibly proud to be sworn in as Mayor in January 2023. I’m ready to hit the ground running and build on the incredible momentum of this great City.
The business environment was markedly improved in 2022 as businesses and consumers emerged from the pandemic. That said, 2022 reported some of the highest rates of inflation and interest we have seen in more than a generation; supply chain issues remain a formidable challenge, and labor, land, and water issues remain acute for Southern Nevada businesses.
Where the last few years have largely been about economic survival, 2023 will be about sustainability and solutions. We certainly have some concerns about a recession during the next 18 months; however, Southern Nevada has nearly $30 billion worth of planned, proposed, and under-construction projects in the development pipeline; state and local governments are dealing with surpluses as opposed to deficits for the first time in more than a decade; and unemployment rates are dropping while wages are rising. We are now in a position to invest. We should do so, and that will pay dividends for the next years.
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