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Reader Poll December 23, 1999

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#1.  What Changes would you like to see in or around Las Vegas starting into the new year 2000?    Why?

* I would like to get rid of the kids, and see more SIN put back into sin city.   Karl P Frankenfield Jr 

I would like to see Vegas return to a more adult theme. Kids do not belong in the casinos in Vegas. Ever since some casinos became "family" oriented, it makes me feel like being at Disney. Let families go to Disney for their family fun and let Vegas be for the adults. Although most of the casinos have great staff, some workers on the late and early shifts could use an attitude change. I find them uninterested, boring and in some cases, rude. They made me feel unwelcome. They made it obvious that they were simply going to the motions. Otherwise, the majority of the staff are doing a great job. There were many times that the dealers made me feel good even though I wasn't winning.    Gyula Szabo 

* Would like to see Las Vegas get tough on pollution. We hear it's getting serious with the area growing at warp speed. We plan on moving to Las Vegas in about eight years and worry that the option will not be there if things continue at the present rate. Would also like to see fewer people standing around on the streets handing out fliers for smut shows and prostitution. Of course that's not going to happen. Would also like to see the cost of the shows kept at an affordable price. We remember when the shows were very inexpensive. Don't mind paying a fair price but see shows advertised in Vegas for almost twice what we would pay at home. Strange.    Edward Bujnoski

* I would like to see something done about the escort flyers laying all over the sidewalk & road nothing against the girls everyone has to make a living , But they give Me the feeling I'm in a slum section. Robert Spicer

* Two changes that are needed for the future. Get a monorail running up and down the strip and include downtown. The traffic is a nightmare and mass transportation would be a help. If the city fathers used their brains to repaint the lines in the roads, out of town drivers would have an easier time knowing where they are going. The excuse that paint doesn't last on Vegas roads is really old! Lets get the roads better marked. Also, if there ever was a town where a great many people sleep in the next morning (due to staying out gambling all night) it is Vegas. Combine breakfast and lunch buffets. Trying to get a breakfast buffet after 10:30 a.m. so you can eat some eggs, etc is a joke. Lunch is ok, but extend the hours of the breakfast so we can sleep in longer. Sandy

 

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