On a request for declaratory relief from Clark County and various citizens groups, the district court declared valid a zoning ordinance requiring a two-thirds majority vote of the Clark County Commissioners for the approval of all non-conforming zone change applications. The district court concluded on a motion for summary judgment that the ordinance was valid. Southern Nevada Homebuilders Association (“SNHA”) appealed the decision of the district court.
Klomp, Wayne, "Summary of Southern Nevada Homebuilders Association v. Clark County, 121 Nev. Adv. Op. 46" (2005). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 589.