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COMMERCIAL CENTER SECURITY

commercial Center business association

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

May 29, 2007

Subject: Notice to Tenants

To whom it May concern:

Dear Tenants of Commercial Center 953 Sahara: The Pavilion at Commercial Center, Village Square, Commercial Arts Building, Property Shoppes, New Orleans Square, Las Vegas Roller Hockey, Extreme Church, Asian Mart, Lees Liquor, and all at 967 Sahara and The New Market Village Center all in the B-Suites.

Commercial Center Business Association is now proud to offer 2 nights per week armed shopping center security. We started almost 1 month ago, and are now adding 2 additional armed security officers for your protection, on Saturday Nights from 10pm to 4 am. Our goal is to make the center safer for your business & Customers. We are targeting Saturday Night Northwest side of parking lot, to prevent the major littering, and open container drinking, as well as address the problems of loitering, and homelessness that have been ongoing. We are working towards providing 7 days per week shopping center security by the end of June 2007 from 9a-5p, and on Friday and Saturday we are currently providing the following:

Friday & Sat: 10p-12 am. (Property Supervisor) Chet Baker and Independent Armed Security

Saturday: 10p-4am 2-armed security officers from Brownstone Security

(Stationed at the Commercial Center, Monitoring Sahara @ 953, State Street, Market Street @ Sahara, and Karen Ave @ Commercial Center Drive.)

As a Member our property Supervisor and Security will secure your storefront/suite or building the nights we provide security, and will call the emergency number you provide us with, to inform you, and/or Metro as well of any incidents. This benefit is only available to our members, but our Security will create a safe environment for all business, customers, and the community. We have informed the County of our New Security, as Well as Sgt Stoll, and Metro for the South Central Division in which we are located. They are happy to see us secure the area, as there have been huge ongoing problems that have caused loss of security for business and customers, loss of business sales to many.

This Service is being provided by membership dues from Business like yours,

We cannot continue this benefit without your support! for your small membership fee, you will receive this and many more benefits. Please call the association office/ Visitors Center at the New Orleans Ste B-114 right away.

If you have any problems with loitering, littering, or other safety and security concerns, please contact Brownstone Security at the number listed here, and they will provide dispatch, if you have a life threatening emergency call 911. If you need assistance with problems in the Parking Lot only and it is not life threatening you can call 311 AND REPORT PROBLEMS STATING THIS IS 953 SAHARA PUBLIC PARKING LOT, metro must come out, please give your name and business as they will log this and report to the Association of all calls each month, so we can prevent crime.

In light of the recent tragedy on May 11, 2007 At Orleans Square a shooting occurred in the early morning, we do not need this type of press or situations to happen. I encourage you to join today so that we can provide more security and safety.

Chet Baker Security Fri Sat 10p-12am directly for members assistance 702-806-8236

Brownstone Armed Security for the Commercial Center General Parking Areas 702-737-7925

Sincerely,

Paula Sadler

Commercial Center Business Association President

Executive Board of Directors

*President: Paula J Sadler, *Vice President: Allan Kessler, *Treasurer: Dr. Judy Giles

*Director: Jesus Aviado *Secretary: Paula Sadler

Board of Advisors: Danny Giraldo (Clark County) Russell Davis (Public Works) Sgt Tom Stoll (Metropolitan Police Dept)* Christina Diedoardo (The Law Offices of Christina DiEdoardo, Chtd) Jack Zaher (Republic Services)

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Commercial Center Vision 3-4-2007

Commercial Center Vision

Sunday, March 04, 2007

8:11 PM

The purpose of this Vision is to create the energy needed for change, this is our vehicle so the Universe can take our order, and it has, we see this is how dreams and visions come to life, one must dream it into existence, this is how we have all the great things in life we have today. WE operate under the law of attraction, so have your employees, friends, family say this together at least once per month. Visualize all that you desire, this works for anything and everything in life, its not a new concept, in fact its very old , old as time itself. We are creators of the dreams we hold deep inside, there is no reason not to be great, or to live to ones full potential, but forget not to be grateful in heart for this is Humility. There is no reason we can not bring the spiritual into our everyday, every interaction. This applies to anyone, any religion, the law of attraction, we are what we think, we create what we think, life is because we think it is so, it is only by each individuals perception that life exists, and although we may not be able to agree on all things nor should we, we can agree that dreams are so important and if we did not have forward thinkers who did not mind sharing there vision with us, we would not have any of the wonders of the modern world today that we appreciate, so dear Reader help us to live our dreams, and hold in your thought the best and highest good for us, and hold this vision in your minds eye for what we are in the process of creating now, and so it is Thank You!!!

Dear Creator, Thank you so much as we have created our small business association, with over 100 members and growing, each donating at least $1,000 per year, our annual operating budget is well over $100,000, and we have more than enough always to do all we desire and wish to do, its as if by magic we have the golden touch. We have a great shopping center website, filled with a wonderful directory, calendar of events, community events, sales, printable coupons, flyers, and wonderful photos and graphics. We have created a wonderful tribute to the evolution of business at this center since its beginning in 1960, and many previous owners have come forward with business clippings, stories and photos that we have been able to put together an interesting story of life in business, each month we feature a different business owner, and business and promote to the public through our publication, its a great success. We have created a special savings club for the public by joining our Shopping Mall VIP club with discounts to many wonderful services here at the center. We have an excellent business plan, and marketing plan. We have created a wonderful and new strong business, and offer needed support services to all the businesses at the commercial center, and we are a wonderful resource to surrounding business, and we are an advocate for shopping centers worldwide to organize and for business people to work together for the good of all concerned. The commercial center is so beautiful with well painted curbs, new signs all around, artificial grasses in all the medians, and an international themed sculpture Garden that has received National and World Wide Acclaim. We have bridged the cultural gap and became a unified force of eclectic businesses that is a model for many. We have beautiful murals on what used to be baron walls, and employed the talents of Art Students, and featured Acclaimed Artists who were more than happy to donate to this community service. We have preserved a historic shopping and commerce center of Las Vegas. One remaining vestige of a time passed, now renewed and even better than before. Our Murals are full of light, we have drawn to us the finest in the Arts Community, and have opened Art Galleries, acting, and voice lessons, and our center is rich in the Arts. All businesses are full all the time day and night; business is at an all time peak. Its so wonderful, so many tourists and locals come here. Our international Art Garden is a success, Tour busses come and drop people off that get a chance to walk around and see the art, taste the food, shop the stores, everyone benefits. We keep up the parking lots, and blocks around us, its always so clean, it seems to just shine! Everything is always so immaculate; people are amazed at the grand changes and new theme. The business owners are so happy, they have more business than they can handle and there accounts are overflowing, and there is more than enough money to go around, so they graciously endow the association with high honors, and monies to keep the good work up. We have all kinds of events, that go and all kinds of people come out to see. Its wonderful and fun. All the storefronts are clean, and every business has upgraded their interiors. We are just as good as the finest shopping centers worldwide with the added bonus of having a rich history and originality that surpasses all. We are pioneers of the New Millennium and created a new trend of integrating Art and Business. The Commercial Center has become more than it ever was before, it is now living its purpose and redefined its purpose and living its destiny. All suites are 100% full, there is a yearlong waiting list for events, and to lease space, many people want in on the success, and want to know how we did it. We share with them freely for there benefit and we are thanked richly; we have been featured in many prominent magazines, fortune 500, and Various Shows, like CNN, Oprah, and Discovery. WE are very Chic, Hip, and cool! Like Hollywood, Manhattan, Soho, Paris, we have created a lasting theme and place, where people know worldwide the uniqueness and diversity of this magical place! Our New Website is awesome, with virtual tours, online shopping. We offer promotional products, t-shirts, mugs, etc. We receive huge donations to maintain our Art Gardens, Advertising, and business association. We receive donations, sponsorship and member dues from people who admire and appreciate all we do. We have the most wonderful outdoor patios; the concrete sidewalks have been artistically stained, and patterned, its a wonderful new look. Its very cool, we were able to build an information booth outside at the entrance, there are two lanes, traffic moves easily and safely through the whole place. Dear Creator its so wonderful working with so many wonderful people- we also have started a street artist contest and the teens in the area have come together and there has been and end to graffiti and crime for miles around, Metro is shocked and wants to implement our plan in other areas. Things have changed for the better because of this vision, this hope, this spark of light, it only takes one candle to light a dark room, and so we are ablaze with light, love and Harmony! Thank you Creator for our blessings and we are grateful to have a charity named after us, and we give abundantly for the good of all!!!




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Las Vegas Weekly Feature 8-16-2007

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She's nails


August 16, 2007

by John Katsilometes



As with any remodeling project, this one begins with a handful of nails.

And Paula Sadler knows nails. They are her livelihood.

As owner of A Harmony Nail Spa in the Commercial Centerrather, the District at the Commercial Center, the projects new nameshe spends much of her time painting tiny artworks on weather-battered fingernails. But today her work is far more expansive. Sadlers artistry extends outside, to the makeover of a lifetime. She is bent on remaking the 26-acre parcel that, for 52 years, has been home to the more than 200 legendarily diverse businesses that make up the Commercial Center, the citys stoically square retail and nightlife haven near East Sahara and Maryland Parkway.

We were painting a curb in the parking lot in this really hot red, and it was just like painting nails, Sadler says during an interview earlier this month at her cozy salon, which is filled with handmade furniture and decorated in the spirit of a hobbit habitat, with a eucalyptus tree and meditation cove among the amenities. I cant help but manicure areas.

An acutely focused 31-year-old educated in beauty care and fashion design, whose on-the-job business training consisted of a short stint as an assistant manager of a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant, Sadler has organized and is president of the eight-month-old District at Commercial Center Business Association. That title was determined by a group of 10 business owners during a meeting in March, and Sadler does not foresee any discernible confusion with the name of another pedestrian mall in the Las Vegas Valley, the District at Green Valley Ranch.

There are a lot of district names out there already. Well have our own identity, says Sadler, who has already arranged for bus-stop signage and pamphlets bearing that name and has launched the groups official website, www.thedistrictatcc.com. We are creating a new image.

Fifteen businesses have joined the District at Commercial Center Business Association, which longtime business owners say is the first formal effort to organize a dues-paying business organization in the history of the Commercial Center. Members pay an annual membership fee of $600. The crew meets monthly at one of the Commercial Center haunts, the Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant, to socialize and haughtily talk of their vision of what the center might become. At this point, Sadlers objectives are admittedly modest; hers is the grassroots, polar-opposite counter to the multibillion-dollar renovation projects in process on the Strip. As is the case with most small projects, when the association has a dime, it spends 10 cents. Its mostly been cleaning up trash, repainting curbs and walls and furnishing security on weekend nights.

All of the things a small business needs to attract customers, we are doing, Sadler says. Its a lot of work, yes.

But to fully appreciate the task facing the District at Commercial Center Business Association, it helps to first understand the wildly diverse makeup of the Commercial Center itself. This is no ordinary strip mall. And if you spend even a single afternoon touring the complex, it becomes evident that this sometimes cosmic but headstrong woman with an eye for beauty and a brain for business might well be the ideal individual to herd the cats, and all other species of wily small-business owners, who make up the Commercial Center community. A total of 15 countries are represented in the vast array of businesses that take up nine buildings ringing the parking lot and stationed in the core of the outdoor mall. About all they have in common is their zip code, and as you trek through any of the larger complexes, such as New Orleans Square, where the bare-bones, 500-square-foot Commercial Center Business Association office recently opened, you feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of tucked-away ethnic businesses. The Korean culture alone is represented by more than a dozen retailers, most notably the Jin Mee Korean BBQ & Karaoke restaurant and nightclub, which is being remodeled inside and out in marble and granite.

Within walking distance near the entrance on East Sahara Avenue (one of only four entrances into Commercial Center) is a veritable cultural hodgepodge of dissimilar businesses, many of which have been in operation at the Commercial Center for decades and are inherently familiar to most longtime Las Vegans. A sampling:
The Cue Club pool hall (with 39 tables, the citys largest pool hall, and also its oldest, having opened in 1964); Lotus of Siam (which Gourmet magazine writer Jonathan Gold has called the best Thai restaurant in North America); Serges Showgirl Wigs (the citys foremost scalp-enhancement emporium, with more than 2,000 wigs in stock); the Spotlight Lounge (a gay-friendly alternative club that seems to benefit from the pedestrian traffic entering from East Sahara); John Fish Jewelers (the longtime family-owned jewelry shop that has been operating at the center since 1976); Tiffany Cleaners (another family operation, which dates to 1970); Kool Kollectables (home to thousands of vintage comic books and related memorabilia); and, anchoring a stretch of adult businesses around the centers northeast corner, the vaunted Green Door adult social club (which is targeted to sexually adventurous practitioners and even the casual spectator).

Evidence of how those cultures blend at the Commercial Center was apparent earlier this month when the Cue Club, which had closed its kitchen to comply with the statewide anti-smoking ordinance, leased that space to an Ethiopian family, which has since opened a small caf connected to the pool hall.

The name of the place is Aynees Caf. The fare, of course, is Ethiopian; the pool sharks rarely are.

But all of that rich heritage can be lost in the magnitude of the Commercial Center.

It is an outdoor mall, certainly, but not the type where window shoppers enjoy leisurely afternoon strolls. Instead, it is a thousand-parking-space beast, more resembling a small airport than a shopping mall. The center is further dogged by its largely deserved reputation as a somewhat seedy, unkempt, unsafe expanse populated by homeless people and neer-do-wells who use the big lot as party spot or place to crash. A group dubbed by some business owners as simply the Car Club, which had no other apparent function but to show off street rods and blast bass-driven dance music, used the lot as a regular weekend meeting ground (that scene did nothing to help business at Lotus of Siam, to name one restaurant). As recently as this spring, a dozen or so abandoned vehicles sat comatose in the parking area before tow trucks were summoned; John Fish Jewelers co-manager Steve Fish had taken a somewhat nostalgic view of an old Mercedes Benz until it was finally hauled away.

It was out there for weeks. Nice car, actually, Fish says. Then one day, it was gone.

That was not the only vehicular issue in the lot. RV owners had mistakenly (or, maybe, intentionally) felt that the ample surface could be used as an overnight rest stop. Some vacationers just plugged into the nearest outlet and enjoyed the unique view of the Strip to the west. It was not uncommon to observe the sad sight of a homeless person approaching a power-pirating Winnebago, offering to Windex the whitewalls for spare change. There was crimein October 2002, two men visiting from New Mexico were shot and killed in an early-morning incident; one business manager remembers, years ago, a man being set aflame on a median near Lotus of Siam and the Cue Club. Business owners long accepted prostitution and drug deals as part of the unique Commercial Center landscape.

Thus, providing security was the associations first objective. Though the parking lot itself is owned by Clark County (and has been since 1962, in a weird deal in which the county paid $1 for the parcel and has been responsible for the surface area of the lot ever since), the center is considered a private operation and, as such, the county requires that it provide its own security presence. Sadler has used association funds to hire a security company to patrol the area on weekend nights.

We have our own staff handle security over here, Green Door manager Jeff Lutz says, but I know that looking across the parking lot there is a big difference. The patrol has really helped.

Sadler also organized an Easter Sunday effort to sweep up and collect all of the garbage that had collected on the property, tall mounds of trash that actually blocked entrances of some businesses until it was carted off. Then she repainted all of the public areas in the parking lot, including all of the light poles, curbs and graffiti-blighted walls. Now she is busy pricing artificial turf, which she plans to install on each of the dozens of medians throughout the center.

I am learning a lot about the price of fake grass, Sadler says. But it will make a huge difference. It will look a lot more welcoming than just this big, drab area we have had.

Drab would be a good way to describe the countys view of the Commercial Center. Former County Commissioner Myrna Williams once suggested razing the place, but over timeowing to the history of the centerdetermined it was worth salvaging. In 2003, the Clark County Redevelopment Agency released a report that included the Commercial Center in one of the three commercial areas targeted for redevelopment to be initiated by the county. All of the areas were listed in the commissions blight study, a term that sent shudders through Commercial Center. Blight is nothing to strive for.

The thought was, we need to do something to redevelop that area, says Chris Giunchigliani, Myrna Williams successor on the County Commission. Giunchigliani lives about five blocks from Commercial Center. She has her dry cleaning done at Tiffany Cleaners. She purchased her wedding ring from John Fish Jewelers. She is also the commissioner whose districtDistrict Eencompasses the Commercial Center. The Redevelopment Agency reviewed three small parcels, to see how it would work.

Two high-rise projects were planned. Neither got off the ground, Giunchigliani says. Every project we have had never got going.

Over time, high-rises might well throw shadows across the big lot. But until then, Giunchigliani says she welcomes the burgeoning association.

In the last three years, we have begun to have some consolidation there. There were originally 56 different property owners over there. Now, I think, there are 22 or 23, and a quarter of them are brand new, so what is going on there is very healthy, she says. It gives us a sounding board, an opportunity to help them improve the property.

What if the countys redevelopment plan does get off the ground?

We could relocate businesses temporarily and re-create the space for those types of amenities, the small businesses that complement redevelopment, she said. Were trying to do things to help businesses. Anything that can help promote improvement, we support.

Well, not everyone is supportive. Kool Kollectables owner Karl Vetter has no plans to join the association. Requiring members to pay dues is the chief reason. In 2000, just after he moved in to the center, Vetter organized a volunteer group to clean up the center. I dont have a clue what [Sadler] is doing, he says. We spent years trying to clean up this neighborhood, and I got a group to do things for free and was pretty successful. Some Commercial Center proprietors are waiting to see just how far Sadler can carry her plans.

She seems to be making strides, Serges Showgirl Wigs manager John Gigalotti says. Shes definitely working hard, but were taking a wait-and-see approach with this. Cue Club manager Julie Nogiec says she is leaving the decision to formally join the organization to her father, club owner Henry Nogiec. I support her, but in the end Im not making that decision, she says.

Beyond the spruce-up work she has already initiated, Sadler has a stack of plans that range from likely to far-fetched. She hopes to install a Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas-style sign, which would be flanked by large plants (or small trees) and a pair of directory signs, at the entrance on East Sahara Avenue. She speaks enthusiastically of an international art garden displayed on the centers medians, which would pay tribute to all 15 countries represented at the Commercial Center and showcase the works of UNLV art students or members of the arts-district community.

But these ideas are concepts that exist only as colorful, Sharpie-sketched renderings. Sadler has not yet reached out to UNLV (but says she plans to). Such requests for student-crafted artwork are commonplace at the university, which is careful to review each overture and is not always swift to partner in such private projects. Enlisting support from the local arts community, too, is going to take some work. Interim Contemporary Arts Collective president Wes Myles, who has been a key figure on the local arts scene for more than 20 years, has not heard a word about the plans for upgrades at the Commercial Center. The CAC is easily the citys largest arts organization, with between 700 and 1,000 Las Vegas artists as members.

But even with many of her plans far from realization, Sadler deserves an even chance to make something of the new District. She can certainly claim it as part of her own past. Her business is just across the parking lot from where her education in the beauty field began, Rollers Beauty School, a now-defunct business whose sign is visible from the A Harmony Spa entrance. Sadler started at Rollers (which went under, without warning, about six months ago) and spent five years finishing her schooling. At one point she borrowed $800 from a friend to wrap up her coursework and take her beauty-license test. She moved from salon to salon before taking a chance with A Harmony. She opened the salon in August 2004, and today is among the more well-known figures in the Commercial Center community. So far, she has made the most of her surroundings.

At Tiffany Cleaners, where Judy Del Rossi has had a front-row seat for all of the openings and closings at Commercial Center for more than 30 years, mentions of Sadler spark a smile.

For someone to take the time and have the initiative to improve this area, it can only help, says Del Rossi, whose father, Ed Germano, founded the business. Just cleaning up the trash and painting, the little things, do mean something here.
Del Rossi recalls her husband, Dan, calling to her from the back of the business one afternoon about a year ago.

He says, Judy, whats going on out there? Someone is painting our wall, Del Rossi says. We went out there and it was Paula, painting over the graffiti on the wall that faces out toward Sahara. I mean, most of us dont even have the time to run our own businesses, and here she is, painting over the graffiti at our business.

Then Del Rossi adds a sentiment shared by nearly everyone who wants to see the Commercial Center survive as something other than blight: More power to her.

John Katsilometes is the Weeklys writer at large.




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Letter To Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani

commercial Center business

association

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

 

 

May 28, 2007

 

Chris Giunchigliani

500 S Grand Central Pkwy

Las Vegas, Nevada 89106

Tel: 702-455-3500

 

Attention: Commissioner District E

 

 

Dear Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani,

Subject: Commercial Center Business Association and The International Art Garden

 

To tell you what I do, I have created a package of membership benefits for business owners to get needed and desired services they would generally receive from a large shopping center management company, like sidewalk cleaning, parking lot maintenance, security guards, public image with advertising, website, etc. Along with an attractive welcome packet for their Business for being a part of the Association.

We have had concerns over here; I read the 40-page blight study by Lesa Coder, Redevelopment and found many points to be inaccurate. I am concerned with Eminent Domain, for our Historic Shopping Center, as we are naming it, Las Vegas First Shopping Center, now over 200 business's strong a thriving international marketplace, the Hub of Urban Life, there truly is no place like it, with many one of a kind business's so close to the strip.

We need your help, as we are moving forward with our plans to install Artificial grass in our 15 medians in the Lot, and Create and Install our International Art Gardens over our 28 acres which will feature images from over 15 countries and diversities, including an international theme, and a Las Vegas History Theme, and a rotating theme, we are planning to open Art Galleries to show off the work of the Artists who will be involved and we desire to be connected with the Arts Community to Bring more Art and Culture for Free to The Public in our 1000 space Parking Lot,

We have been waiting patiently as we have made official letters of Request with no written of verbal response as to the Exact Action to be taken if any at all on items such as burned out street lights, and a series of new traffic signs needed for speed limit, and stopping etc.  Commissioner I am told By Danny G. that you have been well informed about our Community Organization, although I have been unable to get an appointment with you, as of recently we have seen little if any at all response from, Public Works, Danny Girlado, or Yourself, after email requests for you to attend our mixer or get an appointment with you. Commercial Center has been disregarded for so many years, and the public land here that is to be taken care of by you our trusted public servants has been left to struggle all on its own, without much help in the way of maintenance, according to your Redevelopment Study you name our shopping center so poorly and compared it to abandoned boarded up centers, when in fact it was nothing like these others areas, you failed to mention in your reports your responsibility in the picture, this is unfair to us business owners, I am one of over 300 business owners here who have recently invested hundreds of thousands of Dollars to create a new wonderful business so close to the strip and offer needed services for the public. You did not mention in the report that Clark Countys Lack Of Care added to the problem of Graffiti, trash, and crime by not being responsible, once again I state that this was failed to be mentioned in your supposed thorough report. Lesa C tells me. that this report is a legal standing document, and redevelopment will continue, and that supposedly the redevelopment agency no longer has powers of Eminent Domain, as it states in the 2003 reports (Blight Study). I am concerned that the Redevelopment Agency was granted monies from the Environmental protection agency and other funding based on a report with Gross Exaggerations, I understand that research was done in this, but I fail to see the accuracy of Commercial Center Reports, I stand with over 200 Business Owners that we disagree with this study as it negatively names the Commercial Center.

I am just a small business owner who represents over 200 business owner here, and we are concerned that due to this Blight Study is portraying the Commercial Center in the Poorest of light, we have read the relocation reports as well, as it stands that Businesss here would suffer irreparable harm and would not be fairly compensated for there loss of business, downtime etc. It seems a poor choice to try to relocate over 200 thriving businesss who pay fees for over 300 business Licenses and yearly taxes and employ thousands of people, and offer needed and desired services to thousands of public daily, restaurants, business services, beauty salons, schools, music, and art, Gift Shops etc

We have done Our research, We are shocked and disappointed as to the nature of this situation, We do not have a political agenda, we are only for the public for the good of all concerned, some people in Local government may have agendas which do not favor the Commercial Center, or the good of the public.  You are our Commissioner, and we are a very large unified voice that needs your attention. Danny keeps asking for our member list, wanting to know how many members we have, I am sure you want to know if we are a voice of one, we are not, we are against eminent domain at Commercial Center, over 200 of us.  We need your help, I was told last year to go directly to the Commissioner rather than the Mayor in the City, By Danny Giraldo, at that time Myrna W. was in office, Now You Chris G, are our Lady.  I have requested meetings with you with no response yet, we are getting ready to contact the Media, and talk about Eminent Domain and our Historic Shopping Center and what we are doing here. We are going to only talk about the Facts, and are goal is to promote a positive public image, we desire your full backing as to our efforts. We recently sent you emails regarding this, but we have had little response from all at the County, it seems you are pulling your support away from us, from your lack of correspondence

We have had to clean public land, provide our own security, AND PERFORM MAINTINANCE ON IT AS WELL, AS MOST OF OUR REQUESTS HAVE NOT BEEN MET IN A TIMELY FASHION, THE RELATIOSHIP AS IT HAS BEEN IN THE PAST WITH THE COUNTY HAS BEEN POOR I HAVE BEEN TOLD IN THE PAST, We are trying to change that, and have asked for your full cooperation.

We have all our meeting minutes and agendas that were made public and online. We have kept the County Well Informed, Certain Departments seem against us improving the Area, but we will continue, and the Public Needs to know whats going on here, these over 300 Business at Commercial Center are getting organized in a Big Way, I would say we represent an international business district like no other in the County.

I am requesting a meeting with you, I want to share with you are plans for the Art Gardens and how we can work with the County to bring Art and Culture together between the Two, and how we are setting a trend for Urban Development for our Great City/County of Las Vegas, and we are getting it done FREE. Saving taxpayers and the County Millions, We have taken over Management of the Shopping Center and people like what were doing, because of our efforts we have removed 100% of Graffiti over the past 4 months, we have lowered Crime in the Area and provided a safer shopping and dining destination, we have cleaned and maintained the Public Parking Lot, with only minimal help form the County, I feel some of the Folks Have Been so Nice Like Danny G, Russell D., Sgt Tom Stoll, but recently since I told them we are going public they seemed to have withdrawn their support, its all to secretive for us, we have millions invested in this Area, just in the Past Few Years as a group of Business and Property Owners we have invested Well over 10 million in Redevelopment, thats no small feat for the Small Business Owner. This is all documented and can be seen in beautiful interior and exterior renovations.

Through Donations and Contributions we are making a lasting place of Beauty for locals and tourist, I will be happy to share more with you. I am asking for help on Behalf of the Over 200 Business Owners and property Owners At The District At Commercial Center, Please Advise, Please Help...

Sincerely,

 

 

 

 

Paula Sadler

President & Founder

Commercial Center Business Association

 

 

 

_____________________                              ____________________

Paula Sadler Secretary                           Allan Kessler Vice President

 

 

 

____________________                                _____________________

Dr. Judy Giles Treasurer                                   Jessie Aviado Director

 

 

Paula Sadler President & Founder, Allan Kessler-Vice President, Dr Judy Giles-Treasurer, Jessie Aviado-Director, Paula Sadler-Secretary




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Letter To Mayor Oscar B. Goodman

commercial Center business

association

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

 

 

May 28, 2007

 

Mayor Oscar B. Goodman

City Hall 10th Floor

400 Stewart Ave

Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Tel: 702-229-6241

Fax: 702-385-7960

Attention:

 

 

Dear Mayor Oscar B. Goodman:

Subject: Commercial Center Business Association and The International Art Garden

 

To tell you what I do, I have created a package of membership benefits for business owners to get needed and desired services they would generally receive from a large shopping center management company, like sidewalk cleaning, parking lot maintenance, security guards, public image with advertising, website, etc. Along with an attractive welcome packet for their Business for being a part of the Association.

We have had concerns over here; I read the 40-page blight study by Lesa Coder, Redevelopment and found many points to be inaccurate. I am concerned with Eminent Domain, for our Historic Shopping Center, as we are naming it, Las Vegas First Shopping Center, now over 200 business's strong a thriving international marketplace, the Hub of Urban Life, there truly is no place like it, with many one of a kind business's so close to the strip.

We need your help, as we are moving forward with our plans to install Artificial grass in our 15 medians in the Lot, and Create and Install our International Art Gardens over our 28 acres which will feature images from over 15 countries and diversities, including an international theme, and a Las Vegas History Theme, and a rotating theme, we are planning to open Art Galleries to show off the work of the Artists who will be involved and we desire to be connected with the Arts Community to Bring more Art and Culture for Free to The Public in our 1000 space Parking Lot,

We are not waiting for approval from the County due to their lack of care of the Commercial Center for so many years, they added to the problem of Graffiti, trash, and crime by not being responsible, although this was failed to be mentioned in their thorough report.

I am just a small business owner who represents over 200 business owner here, and we are not letting the County Come in here and give us a Raw Deal, I read the relocation standards and the Business Owners will suffer if we had to be relocated, The County Just wanted to let the land go, drive the Price Down and offer below Market Value.

 I have done my research, I am shocked to see what has happened, I dont have a hidden agenda as some folks in the County May have, I Know you are in the City, But we need your Help, I was told last year not to Go to you, By Danny Giraldo instead to use my Local Commissioner then Myrna W. Now Chris G, I have requested meetings fallen on deaf ears, I am getting ready to contact the Media, and talk about Eminent Domain and our Historic Shopping Center and what we are doing here.

We have had to clean public land, provide our own security, AND PERFORM MAINTINANCE ON IT AS WELL, AS MOST OF OUR REQUESTS HAVE NOT BEEN MET IN A TIMELY FASHION, THE RELATIOSHIP WITH THE COUNTY HAS BEEN POOR IN THE PAST, I am trying to change that, and have asked for their cooperation.

I have all our meeting minutes and agendas that were made public and online. I have kept the County Well Informed, Certain Departments seem against us improving the Area, but we will continue, and the Public Needs to know whats going on here, these over 300 Business at Commercial Center are getting organized in a Big Way, I would say we represent an international business district like no other in the County.

I am requesting a meeting with you, I want to share with you are plans for the Art Gardens and how we can work with the City to bring Art and Culture together between the Two, and how we are setting a trend for Urban Development for our Great City/County of Las Vegas, and we are getting it done FREE. Saving taxpayers and the County Millions, We have taken over Management of the Shopping Center and people like what were doing, because of our efforts we have removed 100% of Graffiti over the past 4 months, we have lowered Crime in the Area and provided a safer shopping and dining destination, we have cleaned and maintained the Public Parking Lot, with only minimal help form the County, I feel some of the Folks Have Been so Nice Like Danny G, Russell D., Sgt Tom Stoll, but recently since I told them we are going public they seemed to have withdrawn their support, its all to secretive for us, we have millions invested in this Area, just in the Past Few Years as a group of Business and Property Owners we have invested Well over 10 million in Redevelopment, thats no small feat for the Small Business Owner.

 

 

 

 

Through Donations and Contributions we are making a lasting place of Beauty for locals and tourist, I will be happy to share with you all we have done so far. I am asking for help on Behalf of the Over 200 Business Owners and property Owners At Commercial Center, Please Advise, Please Help...

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

 

Paula Sadler

President & Founder

Commercial Center Business Association

 

 

 

_____________________                              ____________________

Paula Sadler Secretary                           Allan Kessler Vice President

 

 

 

____________________                                _____________________

Dr. Judy Giles Treasurer                                   Jessie Aviado Director

 

 

Paula Sadler President & Founder, Allan Kessler-Vice President, Dr Judy Giles-Treasurer, Jessie Aviado-Director, Paula Sadler-Secretary

 




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Membership Information

Commercial Center Business Association

 

 

 SUCCESS THROUGH UNITY

 

 

Membership Information

Commercial Center Business Association

 

 

 

 

Welcome

The Commercial Center business association welcomes and encourages you to support us by becoming a member today! We are a non-profit organization that has developed out of a community need, to unite all businesses within the Commercial Center and surrounding business areas. Our purpose is to unify the thriving business district we have and to beautify and maintain our shopping center. We offer business support services & publications to our members. We are here to act as one voice in contact with various Clark County Agencies and maintain good business relations with these departments to have the needs of our members met. Since our creation in August 2006 we have developed good relationships with Clark County Public Works, Republic Services, Clark County Liaison, LVMPD, and we have to our credit the beautification plan of 953 Clark County Public Parking Lot and Surrounding areas. We are involved with community service projects to maintain our business district @ Commercial Center. Our main Goal is to beautify and promote our Commercial Center for the benefit of our members and the community.

 

Membership

 

At current we are developing our membership levels and the following is available now. By becoming a member you will receive our monthly newsletter, have access to our conference room by appointment, give suggestion and concerns about your areas, receive a vehicle sticker to allow overnight parking, a member plaque for your business, listing in our directory, website, and brochures.

 

Discounts apply for new memberships only.

Regular Membership

 

One representative of your company will be the designated member. That person is entitled to all rights, voting privileges and benefits of membership in the Commercial Center Business Association. Additional staff members may attend events and enjoy membership privileges by becoming Associate Members.

 

Investment:  Except for certain categories that have their own dues schedule, membership is based on a companys number of full time, permanent employees.

  1-10 employees:   

One year

$600

Two years

$1140 (save 5%)*

Three years

$1620 (save 10%)*

 

  11+ employees:  

One year

$600 + $14 per additional employee

Two years

5% discount*

Three years

10% discount*

 

Commercial Center Business Association

900 E Karen Ave Ste B-114

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

 

Tel: 702-791-CENTER (2368)

Fax: 702-791-2369

www.commercialcenterusa.com

email: paula@commercialcenterusa.com

 

Paula Sadler-President & Founder

 




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Vision for Commercial Center

Vision and Affirmation for Commercial Center Tuesday, January 30, 2007

We see Commercial Center 100% full of successful business and people. In 30 days we see our new small business association started with an opening account of $100,000 and with our new signs at the entrances and directories installed, new website and brochures as well as artificial grasses and art gardens installed including geometric shapes with each median showcasing there talent, asian konji (characters), Iconic symbols that tell a story Heart, Peace sign, and or words listed with the visitors and tourists authority and art community we see all business working together for special events and promotions with seasonal decorations in the center starting with the winter season holiday banners and tinsel and a live Santa Claus Day, we draw to us enlightened, loving and loyal clients who believe in our vision and mission and support us all for the highest good. After the holidays we want to see the Chinese New year promoted.




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