The Las Vegas City Council will likely consider a proposed city charter at its meeting today. Then it would go to voters in the March 2 municipal election.
The charter serves as the city’s constitution. The existing one has been in effect since the two Las Vegases joined nearly four decades ago.
Under the proposed charter, the city would be considered a home-rule community. That means it would have more latitude to form the city government it desires, rather than following state-imposed restrictions.
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