NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Monday is the deadline handed down by a Clark County District Court judge for the City of North Las Vegas and its Police Supervisors Association to finalize a deal. This a critical agreement and the two sides have been working on it for months with no deal made.
It's part of the city's efforts to cover a $4.9 million budget shortfall and balance the city's budget.
On August 11th, both sides claimed they reached a tentative agreement, but it doesn't seem as if any progress has been made.
Everyone was so optimistic about the tentative agreement because it took months just to get to that point. Over the last two weeks, both parties said they added their final stamp of approval and details of the agreement were expected to be released. But instead, things have changed.