A quarter century ago, the city of Las Vegas and San Miguel County signed an agreement for the regulation of areas just outside city limits.
But it’s never been followed to the letter.
Last month, Alex Aragon, the chairman of the city Planning and Zoning Commission, sent a letter to the city inquiring about the city and county’s roles in regulating the extra-territorial zone, an irregular buffer zone around the city.
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