When the city first tried to sell the land last year, SCAFCO met a $5.3 million minimum bid but demanded that the city pay for road and other improvements to the site. That deal faltered as the economy declined, and the city offered the land without setting a minimum price. In the new deal, SCAFCO will pay for the infrastructure.

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Airport officials have been mulling what to do with the terminal, which opened in 1986, once McCarran’s 14 gate Terminal 3 opens. Customs and Border Protection facilities to process international arrivals faster. The airport will have the ability to accommodate two arriving flights at the same time, something that wasn’t possible at Terminal 2..

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We’re talking about devastating and decimating local economies. And again, you say executive jobs, white collar and blue collar jobs, jobs that cannot be replaced and jobs that are contributing tremendously to local economies. That’s why you see governors of some of these states and mayors in some of these towns trying to lobby Ford to come up with some kind of incentives or some kinds of backstops to keep this from happening because they know how devastating it’s gonna be..