A public hearing on changes to Clark County’s tavern ordinance has been delayed.  Originally set for this coming Tuesday, the hearing will now take place April 5th at the county Government Center.  The ordinance changes are aimed at tavern operator Dotty’s, which critics say earns far more from slot play than food or beverages.  County officials are revising the language to the ordinance changes after complaints from Dotty’s representatives.

  1. Kandle Fuhriman says:

    County Officials needd to leave Dottys alone. It is not a tavern. It is a small casino and the people who play there want it to stay just as it is. We like it because we don’t have to worry about our safety and dealing with any person who is drunk or starts any trouble. It is handicap accessible and they treat you like family. The workers know their customers by their first name and acknowledge you when you come through their doors. It is quiet and without a lot of loud noise. It is a comfortable place to go when you just want to get away from everything. If the big casinos are so afraid of Dottys success then maybe they should find out what Dottys is doing right and copy it. And also I havee been told that part of this new ordinance is to force Dottys to become non smoking. Its bad enough the non smoking police have taken our rights away and still are not satisfied until they make Nevada a non smokiing state, like California but they know that would hurt Dottys business. Don’t we have enough unemployment now or does the County want more. Dottys employs a lot of people and you start making changes like this and other changes, a lot of people are going to loose their jobs. These are just a few reasons why they should LEAVE OUR DOTTYS ALONE. Hasn’t the County officials got more important things to do than this?

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