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The Notes: Dec. 17, 2018

Jay Cline is vice president of stadium operations for the Las Vegas Ballpark.

Dr. Douglas Turner is dean of the Nevada State College School of Nursing and Dr. Shartriya Collier-Stewart is associate dean of the NSC School of Education.

Kylie Rowe is vice president of communications and public affairs for the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.

Strat Cafe and Wok, a 24-hour restaurant, is open at the Stratosphere.

Casino Dominoes, designed and created by Harold Moret, graduate of the UNLV Casino Operations Program, is offered at the Plaza.

Derek Amundson is vice president of casino operations and Anthony Olheiser is vice president of food and beverage at SLS Las Vegas.

Stacey Parker is a client service specialist at RealComm Advisors.

Andre Marques is an attorney in the defense litigation practice group at Cooper Levenson.

Henderson Hospital, MountainView Hospital, North Vista Hospital and St. Rose Dominican Hospitals-Rose de Lima Campus were awarded an ‘A’ from the Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade. The Leapfrog Group is a national organization committed to improving health care quality and safety for consumers and purchasers.

Cameron Clark is president of Nevada Association Services Inc., a provider of collection services for community associations.

Golden Spring Plaza broke ground at 5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas. The 33,000-square-foot shopping center is being developed by Jenny Chang Au and Total Real Estate of NV.

The Canadian airline Flair launched its first U.S.-bound service in November when Flight 777 left Edmonton International Airport for Las Vegas. The inaugural trip was sold out. “Visitation from Canada represented more than 25 percent of the international market share to Las Vegas in 2017, and Flair’s new service will provide further access and convenience for our Canadian friends to see why Las Vegas is the perfect escape this winter,” said Cathy Tull, chief marketing officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. There will be four weekly flights through April 30. The economic impact is expected to be almost $26 million for Southern Nevada. Flair plans a second direct route from Winnipeg beginning Dec. 15.

Brian Baluta is vice president of client strategy at the Abbi Agency.

NAC Electric Inc. purchased its company headquarters at 3405 W. Lake Mead Blvd., Suite 105, North Las Vegas, in a deal valued at $520,000. Nevada State Development Corporation, the state’s largest SBA 504 loan provider, contributed to the financing package, along with Western Alliance Bank. NAC Electric is the leading petroleum electrical company in Las Vegas. It has eight full-time journeyman electricians.

The ER at Green Valley Ranch, an extension of Henderson Hospital, is open at 2581 St. Rose Parkway.

CLA, a Denver-based wealth advisory outsourcing, audit, tax and consulting firm; and JRS Hospitality, a Las Vegas-based hospitality, restaurant and special event company, are tenants at Two Summerlin, 10845 Griffith Peak Drive at Downtown Summerlin. CLA will occupy 9,000 square feet on the fifth floor and is anticipating a year-end move. JRS Hospitality, whose restaurants and bars include Beer Park, Chateau, Hexx Kitchen and Alexxa’s Bar at the Paris Las Vegas; Cabo Wabo at Planet Hollywood Resort; Chayo at the Linq Promenade; and Big Chicken and Shaquille’s in partnership with Shaquille O’Neal, will occupy just more than 8,000 square feet on the fifth floor and is anticipating a March move-in.

Spring Valley Hospital earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Sepsis Certification after undergoing a rigorous on-site review. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. Among the key initiatives in place at Spring Valley Hospital are ongoing education of the early recognition of sepsis in patient care settings and ongoing review of the key metrics associated with the early recognition of sepsis.

USDA Rural Development awarded nearly $14 million in community facilities funds in Nevada to support hospital and clinic expansions, a new fire house and medical and emergency responder equipment. Boulder City Hospital is completing a renovation and adding additional medical services using a $4.2 million cash flow loan. West Wendover is building a new fire house using an $8.9 million loan. USDA Rural Development approved $50,000 in technical assistance and training grant funds to help the New Frontier Treatment Center, a nonprofit substance treatment center in Fallon. Nye County Coalition will receive $150,000 funds to provide technical assistance to Tonopah to help identify health care facility needs there. The town is operating without a hospital. Two other rural communities were approved for funds for medical equipment. The city of Wells received a $36,600 loan for an X-ray machine at its clinic, and the Mineral County Fire Department in Hawthorne was approved for $32,470 in grant funds to purchase turnout gear and CPR and AED equipment.

Century 21 Gavish Real Estate acquired Century 21 Jr. Realty.

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This story originally appeared in the Las Vegas Weekly.

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