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November 10, 2021

In accordance with 24 CFR 91.115 (3) the State must provide citizens and

units of general local government a reasonable opportunity to comment on

substantial amendments.

State of Nevada, Department of Business and Industry, Housing Division

is proposing to amend its Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 (NSP1)

Action Plan and Consolidated Plan, which was approved by HUD in March

2009. These funds were authorized under Title 1 of the Housing and

Community Development Act of 1974, P.L. 93-383 as amended; and Title III

of Division B of the housing and Economic Recovery Act, 2008 (HERA) (P.L.

110-289, approved June 30, 2008) for the redevelopment of abandoned and

foreclosed upon homes and residential properties.

The State of Nevada is proposing to allocate $600,000 in NSP1 funds to

Rebuilding Together for the rehabilitation of the “Merlayne Project.” The

project will use a low-income rental property focusing on those clients that

are at 80% AMI or below. RTSNV also plans to focus on single-female

veterans for this property. Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada will

undergo the acquisition, rehabilitation, and rental of two fourplexes. This will

contribute a total of eight units of low-income housing rentals to Henderson.

The fourplexes will be rehabilitated from existing, vacant buildings. This

location will be at 489 E. Merlayne Dr, Henderson, NV 89015.

Also, the State of Nevada is proposing to allocate $800,000 in NSP funds to

Clark County for the City of N. Las Vegas for an affordable housing project

in the city of North Las Vegas.

Sargem LLC is developing the 18.35-acre Buena Vista Springs site and is

developing the site into a multimodal health and living campus with a variety

of uses and modalities. This activity will take place in census tract 3616 in

North Las Vegas within the City of North Las Vegas Choice Neighborhood.

Property is in the 89032-zip code and is bounded on the west-by-West Ave.,

on the north by Cartier Ave., on the south by Carey Ave., and on the east by

Morton Ave. and N. Martin Luther King Blvd.

The full amendment is available online at the Nevada Housing Division’s


All comments or views of citizens received in writing during the 30-day

comment period will be considered in preparing the final amended Action

Plan. A summary of these comments or views not accepted and the reasons

therefore shall be attached to the final Consolidated Plan or Annual Action

Plan. Accommodations for disabled or non-English speaking residents will

be made available upon reasonable advance request.

Written comments may be submitted in person at either the Las Vegas or

Carson City Nevada Housing Division office or they may be sent via e-mail

to All written comments on the NSP1

Amendment must be submitted no later than 5:00 PM on Dec. 10, 2021.

A public hearing will be held after the 30-day comment period on

December 13, 2021, at 4:00PM.

The public hearing will be available through Microsoft Teams. Join on your

computer or mobile app Click here to join the meeting. Join with a video

conferencing device Video Conference ID: 113

535 475 5. The public hearing will also be available through teleconference.

For teleconference call access, you may dial in (audio only) at: +1 775-321-

6111, 631424560# United States, Reno. Phone Conference ID: 631 424

560#. For additional questions or assistance, you may contact:

Nevada Housing Division

3300 W. Sahara Ave., Ste. 300

Las Vegas, NV 89102


A posting of this NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING can also be accessed at


1. Call to Order—Dr. Mae Worthey-Thomas, Deputy Administrator

2. Public Comment

3. For Comment and Discussion: Amendment to Neighborhood

Stabilization Program 1 (NSP1) Substantial Amendment to the

FY2008 Action Plan and Consolidated Plan

4. Public Comment

5. Adjournment

This notice has been mailed to persons as provided in NRS 241.020

and NAC 319.971 and has been posted at the following locations: The

Division’s offices in Carson City and Las Vegas as well as the Division’s



1. Items may be taken out of order listed on the agenda.

2. Two or more agenda items may be combined for consideration.

3. Items may be removed from the agenda or delayed at any time.

4. Public comment is limited to 5 minutes per person and comments

cannot be restricted.

Action may be taken only on those items denoted “for possible action.”

Pub: November 13, 2021 Ad#18839


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