Las Vegas' older developments struggle with maintenance

11/13/2012 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

A city councilman in Henderson City, Nev., wants to help restore the luster of neighborhoods where roads, curbs, landscapes and walls have fallen into disrepair. Officials say the Green Valley community, which lacks an HOA, has a hard time motivating residents to maintain their properties. "You've got one side of the street that looks really nice and pristine, and this side of the street doesn't," councilman John Marz says. "... That's the difference between older developments and newer developments."

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