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Proposed official statement respecting $8,700,000 usage of waterworks bonds of the Las Vegas Valley Water... The official statement of the Las Vegas Valley Water District prepared to be used in the sale of the $8.7 million bonds described within. Overview description of the area in history, geology, tourism trade, agriculture, industry with appendices in back....
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Memo from Edward C. Renwick to E. E. Bennett about the purchase price given to... Detailed discussion of why the purchase price set by the Nevada Public Service Commission for the purchase by the Las Vegas Valley Water District was too low.
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Newspaper clipping, Vegas urged to resume water ration, Reno Evening Gazette, April 21, 1954 The article includes the Las Vegas Valley Water District's proposal to drill two new wells to augment the water supply and the Union Pacific Railroad's request that the Las Vegas city commissioners reinstate water rationing. The piece of paper to...
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Memo from Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas) after receiving a letter from Alan K. Browne... The Las Vegas Valley Water District needed a recognized financial consultant to help them with their bond issue
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Press release about proposed expenditures from bond issue, Clark County, Nevada, 1953 News announcement release of the Las Vegas Valley Water District's spending plans for money raised from a $8,700,000 bond issue. The list was compiled by the district consulting engineer, James M. Montgomery and included improvement projects and their estimated cost....
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Announcement of registration to vote on the September 30 bond issue, 1953 Notice to property owners of the upcoming bond issue election and the necessity of their pre-registration to participate, and the bond issue announcement. Appointed division deputy registrars are named in the document. Includes date stamp from E. E. Bennett. Chief...
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Letter from L. R. Maag (Las Vegas) to Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas), June 15,... Letter asking for agreement by the Las Vegas Valley Water District to allow the Las Vegas Land and Water Company to add to the purchase price of the water system, the construction costs of water mains and fire hydrants to...
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Letter including map from James M. Montgomery (Pasadena) to Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas), April... Mr. Montgomery outlines locations and costs of drilling additional wells and work to existing well. to meet community water supply needs. A hand drawn map of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company well field is included.
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Letter from Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt (Los Angeles), April 7, 1954 Campbell outlines the need to increase the Las Vegas water supply before summer. He refers to a forthcoming report by J. M. Montgomery, district engineer. Time constraints require an increase in water pumped rather than an increase in reservoir...
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Letter from Ralph W. O'Neill and James R. Montgomery (Las Vegas) to the Colorado River... Report on how to increase the capacity of the Basic Magnesium, Inc. water facilities to allow for more water to go to the Las Vegas Valley Water District
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Letter from James M. Montgomery (Pasadena) to Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas), March 23, 1954 Mr. Montgomery, a consulting engineer, recommends that Mr. Campbell, president of the Las Vegas Valley Water District, authorizes the Las Vegas Land and Water Company to develop and acquire new water facilities to meet community water supply needs.
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Proposed improvements and costs of Las Vegas Valley Water District listed by James M. Montgomery... Detailed list by a consulting engineer itemizing costs of proposed improvements by the Las Vegas Valley Water District after the change in ownership of the Las Vegas water facilities.
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Map showing corrosive types of soil in the Las Vegas area, September 2, 1948 Map showing soils in the Las Vegas area designated as badly corrosive, mildly corrosive, or non-corrosive. Soil was surveyed to measure its effect on water pipes.
 

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