November 9, 2022 •
Henderson voters have approved ballot question 1, amending the city charter to require that a candidate for city council be voted upon by only the registered voters of the ward that candidate seeks to represent. Before today, all voters in […]
Henderson voters have approved ballot question 1, amending the city charter to require that a candidate for city council be voted upon by only the registered voters of the ward that candidate seeks to represent.
Before today, all voters in Henderson voted for each ward representative.
The question was on the ballot after a mandate passed in the state legislature requiring Henderson to put the matter to a vote.
June 20, 2012 •
$50 Gift Limit
The Henderson Nevada City Council has passed a new ethics ordinance. City employees will be limited to accept no more than $50 in meals or gifts per year from entities doing business with the city.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the ordinance additionally prohibits city employees from soliciting gifts and provides for penalties.
The ordinance does allow employees to accept tickets or admissions to charitable events or fundraisers if given prior approval.
January 5, 2012 •
Revolving Door and Increased Disclosure Addressed
HENDERSON, NEVADA: The Henderson City Council has passed lobbyist and revolving door regulations. Lobbyists must now file a disclosure form after each communication with a city official or employee.
Additionally, elected officials and employees must wait one year after leaving office or employment before they can lobby on behalf of a private person or business.
The new provisions go into effect on Friday January 6, 2012.
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