Several City Council members on Wednesday favored a proposal to give city land containing the Montezuma skating pond to the state for the purpose of creating a state park. But they delayed taking action in the matter.
For months, Las Vegas officials have been considering handing the 50-acre property over to the state because officials said the city doesn’t have the money to improve the pond. As recently as the early 1990s, the pond was a popular attraction during the winter. With a buildup of sediment over the years, the pond is no longer considered a good place to skate.
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