Las Vegas postpones zoning changes vote

The Las Vegas City Council delayed until May 24 a vote on a zoning change that would allow developer Bob Stupak to proceed with his proposed Titanic Las Vegas hotel.

Stupak requested more time to meet with residents of a neighborhood close to where the 280-foot-high property would be built.

As reported, the zoning change, which involves eight acres of the project site on the north end of the Strip, was rejected last month in a unanimous vote of the Las Vegas Planning Commission.

Members of the commission said the property would be located too close to the neighborhood.

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