LAS VEGAS - Henderson mayor Debra March gave her first State of the City Address since taking office last June.
Wednesday’s sold out event was held inside a ballroom at Green Valley Ranch Hotel and Casino. March focused on the city's accomplishments and growth along with praising the city's award-winning schools, emergency responders and vision for the future.
Some plans involved a memory village, which would be the first of its kind in the nation. And a focus on revamping parts of town like water street with repaving, and decorative lighting.
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