STATELINE, Nev. — Final approval of an events center at Stateline could occur as soon as March 25, according to the Tahoe Douglas Visitors Authority. According to the authority’s website, the authority will seek a commitment from Douglas County commissioners for a $34.25 million pledge from Redevelopment Area No. 2 at their March 19 meeting in Stateline. Organizers of a petition drive to put a redevelopment area on the ballot are urging residents to attend Thursday’s county commission meeting.
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