By Eric Martin
Las Vegas Optic
The steady rains this summer have been a welcome change from the drought conditions we’ve all become accustomed to.
But the rains have resulted in a drastic increase in noxious and nuisance weeds throughout Las Vegas, prompting city officials to issue a request that property owners clean up their properties.
Lucas Marquez, the city’s interim Community Development director, said the weeds are allergy inducing; they prevent other native plants from growing, and they are a breeding ground for vermin and mosquitos.
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