LAS VEGAS -- Critics of the proposed Major League Soccer stadium that Las Vegas mayor, Carolyn Goodman and a few other city council members want to bring to the downtown area have made their voices heard. During the town hall meetings held by the Las Vegas City Council, both those in support and against the building of the soccer stadium were able to express their feelings, while ironing out the wrinkles in regards to how much this will affect taxpayers.
But, were the town halls enough? Residents will find out soon because the first non-binding vote of the agreement for the city to chip in its share for the stadium bill will take place at the city council meeting Wednesday.
Mayor Goodman says the plan is great for the city, while UNLV soccer fans feel this might be the city's only chance to bring professional soccer to Las Vegas.