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Happy Independence Day! We wish you all a safe and fun 4th of July. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Independence Day! We wish you all a safe and fun 4th of July.

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Have a good day at work England. πŸ˜†

Happy 4th of July Chris Hersh.

The newly established National Wildland Firefighter Day (July 2) recognizes the dedication of wildland firefighters, including federal, state, local, rural, contract, and support personnel.

Happy National Wildland Firefighter Day 2022!
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The newly established National Wildland Firefighter Day (July 2) recognizes the dedication of wildland firefighters, including federal, state, local, rural, contract, and support personnel.

Happy National Wildland Firefighter Day 2022!

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Well shoot! I already did the PA test

Today we remember and honor the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who perished on June 30th in 2013's Yarnell Hill Fire.

Ashcraft, Andrew – Age: 29
Caldwell, Robert – Age: 23
Carter, Travis – Age: 31
Deford, Dustin – Age: 24
MacKenzie, Christopher – Age: 30
Marsh, Eric – Age: 43
McKee, Grant – Age: 21
Misner, Sean – Age: 26
Norris, Scott – Age: 28
Parker, Wade – Age: 22
Percin, John – Age: 24
Rose, Anthony – Age: 23
Steed, Jesse – Age: 36
Thurston, Joe – Age: 32
Turbyfill, Travis – Age: 27
Warneke, William – Age: 25
Whitted, Clayton – Age: 28
Woyjeck, Kevin – Age: 21
Zuppiger, Garret – Age: 27
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Today we remember  and honor the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who perished on June 30th in 2013s Yarnell Hill Fire. 

Ashcraft, Andrew – Age: 29 
Caldwell, Robert – Age: 23
Carter, Travis – Age: 31
Deford, Dustin – Age: 24
MacKenzie, Christopher – Age: 30
Marsh, Eric – Age: 43
McKee, Grant – Age: 21
Misner, Sean – Age: 26
Norris, Scott – Age: 28
Parker, Wade – Age: 22
Percin, John – Age: 24
Rose, Anthony – Age: 23
Steed, Jesse – Age: 36
Thurston, Joe – Age: 32
Turbyfill, Travis – Age: 27
Warneke, William – Age: 25
Whitted, Clayton – Age: 28
Woyjeck, Kevin – Age: 21
Zuppiger, Garret – Age: 27

Public Service Announcement:

A huge shoutout to Adrian Brown for this following important information. This information has already helped some of our members.

The Clark County Assessors Office has inadvertently increased the property tax rate for single family residences to 8%. For a primary residence the cap should only be at 3%. You have until June 30 2022 to contact the assessors office to change this rate or, it will permanently be set at 8%. You can go to the Clark County Assessors website to search for your property. There is a link to the Treasurer information for your parcel on the website.

If your rate is anything but 3% and this is your primary residence, you will need to go to the Assessors Office to fix it. Don’t bothering calling them. They have turned off the phone lines. The line was long but they were expecting a lot of people. It was about a 20 min wait and everything moved pretty fast.

UPDATE: Huge thanks to Julie Weeks. She had luck calling them at 702-455-0000

Check the comments section of this post. People have some great advice and work arounds.
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We handled all of ours on A2 yesterday. Call and They will send you an email form you sign and send back to get it changed

Got ours filled out!

Antonio Aguilar

Tony Grabenstein

Gianna Lisa

Nick Suerdieck…you should check

Wow

I called them this afternoon. I was able to confirm that my home was locked into the 3% rate. I called a different assessor phone number. Try this one also. 702- 455-3882

Also, you can request to change your rate through email. Follow directions on the website. www.clarkcountynv.gov/government/assessor/index.php

Am I looking for the field titled "Tax Cap Increase pct."? Mine shows the number 3. Please and thank you to anyone who knows!

I had to call, use this number they are still answering it! 702-455-0000

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The procession and services for Det. Terry will take place tomorrow. Please see the following from LVMPD concerning his services.A reminder for tomorrow morning:
We encourage everyone to safely line the procession route for Det. Terry and his family.

Here are the details for the Service and Procession for LVMPD Det. Justin Terry who died in a tragic crash on June 10.
πŸ”ΉProcession: Mon. June 20, 8:30 a.m. (approx.) from Palm Downtown Mortuary will follow the route below:

β€’ Exit the Palm parking lot onto Main Street,
β€’ South on Main Street,
β€’ West on Washington Avenue,
β€’ South on I-15,
β€’ Exit east on Sahara Avenue,
β€’ South on Las Vegas Boulevard,
β€’ East on I-215
β€’ North on US-95
β€’ Exit east on Russell Road to Central Christian Church

πŸ”Ή Public Memorial Service is scheduled to start at 10 a.m., June 20, at Central Church, 1001 New Beginnings Dr.

If you want to stream the service, you can do so here: www.facebook.com/reviewjournal/videos/5388157241251370/

Drivers should anticipate traffic delays around the procession route and church.
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The procession and services for Det. Terry will take place tomorrow. Please see the following from LVMPD concerning his services.

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Happy Father’s Day!

Some of the best people in the business! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Birthday to the United States Army. The U.S. Army was founded on 14 June 1775, when the Continental Congress authorized enlistment of expert riflemen to serve the United Colonies for one year. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Birthday to the United States Army. The U.S. Army was founded on 14 June 1775, when the Continental Congress authorized enlistment of expert riflemen to serve the United Colonies for one year.
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