NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The City of North Las Vegas says the state has no problems with the city's proposed balanced budget plan.
A balanced budget was due Tuesday to avoid a possible takeover by the state. The budget comes after the city made deals with four unions last week, which ended two years of litigation.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee says he believes this budget will put the city back on solid financial footing.
The city has been struggling financially since the Great Recession with an estimated budget deficit of $18 million.
The budget includes property tax revenue holding steady at $45 million, government expenses of approximately $22 million and public safety expenses at approximately $127 million.
A final budget must be submitted to the state by June 1.