The city of Las Vegas has terminated a grazing lease with a high-ranking city utilities employee after the deal came under scrutiny.
For months, Frank Davis, who lives in the Gallinas area, has criticized the city’s agreement to lease the land to Melvin Ortega, the city’s natural gas supervisor. He questioned why a city employee got the lease, saying he and others didn’t get a fair opportunity to bid on it.
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