Harmon-Valley View Project Opened in Las Vegas

“Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft and local business owners opened the $65 million Harmon-Valley View project on the Harmon Avenue bridge west of Polaris Avenue. The project connects and extends Harmon Avenue and Valley View Boulevard with several bridges and ramps over the railroad tracks there. Prior to construction, the railroad tracks interrupted these streets where they intersect. Access to the resort corridor from the west is limited by I-15 and the railroad tracks. This project provides the final link in the continuation of two important transportation corridors, Harmon Avenue and Valley View Boulevard. The first phase of the project

Commissioner Naft, Las Vegas Raiders to Honor First Responders on Sept. 11

Southern Nevada’s Emergency Response Agencies Invited to Nominate a First Responder to Help Raise the Flags at Allegiant Stadium On Sept. 11, 2020, at 6:30 a.m. Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft will honor first responders at Allegiant Stadium by having a representative from each Southern Nevada emergency response agency take part in a ceremonial flag-raising event at Allegiant Stadium in honor of all those lost on Sept. 11, 2001. Naft announced today that he is inviting every emergency response agency in Southern Nevada to nominate one individual to represent their team at the Allegiant Stadium flag-raising with him and the

County Commissioner to Host ‘Curbside Care’ Event at Windmill Library

“My hope is to make people’s lives just a little bit easier by bringing these important services to their community,” Naft said in the news release. “I look forward to visiting with neighbors while they remain in the comfort of their vehicle.” Source:

New COVID-19 Testing Moves Inside Thomas & Mack to Escape Heat

“Testing is you know, the most critical way we can monitor what’s going on in our community and how we can get back to work as quickly as possible,” said Michael Naft, Clark County commissioner. Source:

Naft, McCurdy, Miller Lead Big in Clark County Commission Races

“Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft, Assemblyman William McCurdy II and former Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller held decisive leads in three Democratic races for a seat on the powerful commission, according to early unofficial results released Wednesday.” Source:

WATCH: Clark commissioner to Hold Briefing on ‘Trump’s Botched Coronavirus Response’

“Joining Naft on the call is Andres Ramirez with Protect Our Care Nevada, a political organization that aims to protect the Affordable Care Act and America’s health care system, according to its website.” Source:

Clark County Sets Aside $19M for Small-Business Relief

“The Clark County Commission on Tuesday approved earmarking more than $19 million in federal coronavirus relief money to support the economic recovery of 2,800-plus local small businesses battered by statewide closures.” Source:

All Laughlin Tests Have Been Negative So Far

“COVID-19 testing in Laughlin conducted earlier this month has shown no confirmation of the disease among township residents. The testing was conducted May 12-13 at the Aquarius Casino Resort. The Nevada COVID-19 Testing Strike Force partnered with the Laughlin Chamber of Commerce, the Laughlin Chamber Volunteers in Partnership, Southern Nevada Health District, Clark County Nevada, American Medical Response Ambulance Service, Medical Surg Area Command, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Jordan Ross and the Laughlin Constable’s Office, Clark County Office of Emergency Management and Clark County District A Commissioner Michael Naft to offer the tests.” Source:

House Incumbents Among Those We Endorse for June 9 Primary

“The Sun endorses the two incumbents: Kirkpatrick in District B and Naft in District A. Both are Democrats. Kirkpatrick faces no primary opposition, while Naft is competing with Democrat Kenneth O’Sullivan. Naft was appointed to this seat after Steve Sisolak was elected governor in 2018. He has served capably and deserves a full term.” Source:

Children Can Die When Left in Hot Cars, Officials Warn

“This reminder is critically important, that people take the time, think about what they’re doing, as their normal routine is not quite the same,” Naft said. As a new father of a 3-month-old girl, Naft said the issue hit close to home. “For all the children among us, make sure that you are thinking extra cautiously,” he said. Source:

Laughlin’s Only Grocery Store Set to Close After 33 Years

“Because of the closure of most of the hotels on Casino Center Drive, they have had some additional difficulties with distribution,” Naft said. “The folks who normally service them were having some challenges without the volume of the casinos doing the same type of delivery service. They’re not going to bring in a huge truck to only deliver a small order.” Source:

Our small businesses will need your help

First and foremost, I hope you and your family are healthy and well.  By staying home, limiting our contact with others, and following the recommended CDC guidelines and directives from Governor Sisolak, we are protecting the lives of thousands here in Nevada. Once the curve has flattened, it will then be safe to resume life as normal. When that happens, our small businesses will need your help. This pandemic has put many small businesses on the sidelines but fortunately relief for them is on the way. Just last week the the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) was

Naft Officially Declares for Clark County Commission District Seat

Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft Officially Declares for Clark County Commission District A Seat (Las Vegas, NV) Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft filed his candidacy paperwork to retain his Commission District A seat. Naft was appointed in 2019 by Governor Steve Sisolak, who vacated the District A commission seat upon his election as governor. “It has been my honor serving as commissioner and I’m excited about the opportunity to continue improving District A,” Naft said at the Election Department. “My highest priorities include enhancing pedestrian safety, upgrading our roadways and infrastructure, streamlining access to vital county programs and strengthening public