The compressed natural gas station near City Hall is closing immediately because of a dispensing unit malfunction.
“With the high prices of gasoline, CNG provides a great and green energy. Unfortunately, the major malfunction forced us to close the natural gas station,” said Las Vegas Mayor Tony Marquez. “I am working with our utilities director, George DuFour, to figure out a plan of action.”
The CNG station was installed in 1994; however, the parts for the station were made in 1992. The estimated cost to repair the station is $30,000.
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