...decades-long feud between Culinary and Station Casinos continues

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On the development side, Red Rock is moving forward on Durango Station, a long-planned hotel-casino project in southwest Las Vegas on a 71-acre site bordered by Durango Boulevard and the 215 Beltway. The Spring Valley Town Board approved the project on Sept. 4 and the Clark County Commission, meeting as the zoning board, is expected to consider the plans on Wednesday, although the matter could be delayed.

The Culinary questioned the proximity of the property to neighborhoods and an elementary school. The union also raised questions as to why the company would open a new resort when three of its casinos have remained closed since the shutdown order in March 2020.

“To approve another casino when three are still closed after a year is ludicrous,” Taylor said. 

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