Las Vegas proceeded with a quiet municipal election this week, without any ballot measures to threaten the continued existence of the city’s redevelopment agency, after a Nevada Supreme Court ruling that gave city officials what they wanted despite ruling that they had acted in error.

The conflict grew out of a political tussle between Culinary Workers Union Local 226, which represents rank-and-file casino workers, and Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman over his plans to reshape the city’s downtown.

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