In late February, the city entered agreements with a couple of prominent code violators to have them clean up their properties by certain deadlines.
On Friday, city officials demonstrated that they are going to keep their end of the bargain.
Las Vegas resident Tony Ortega entered an agreement to remove a building that was about ready to collapse onto a neighboring property in the 100 block of Railroad Avenue.
But Ortega didn’t meet the Tuesday deadline, so the city went onto the property and took care of the problem itself on Friday.
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