City Councilman Seroka sued by victim of attack

By Sunny Day
Las Vegas Tribune
Kenneth McLin and Hiram Glenn were seated in their truck having lunch when they were stunned by a loud noise on the driver’s side window of their union-owned truck at the parking lot of the Cosco department store.
If the noise was a shocking surprise to them, even more were they surprised to learn that the noise came from Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka banging on their truck window demanding that they leave the parking lot and to “take this f***ing truck out of here.”
The truck belongs to a Union organization that is backing the recall Seroka effort that was initiated in December of last year by a group that believe that the city councilman does not deserve to be a member of the Las Vegas city Council Board; the group has until March of this year to collect enough signatures to place the recall petition on the April election ballot.
Kenneth McLin is now suing Councilman Seroka in District Court and through his attorney Kristina L. Hillman of the Law Offices of Kristina L. Hillman who alleges general damages, according to proof, special damages, according to proof, punitive damages in an amount sufficient to punish and deter Seroka from such conduct in the future, property damage, according to proof, and such other damages as the Court deems just and appropriate.
Councilman Steve Seroka’s entrance in the local political scene has been surrendered by damaging reports and innuendos and derogatory influence showing lack of respect for the people of Las Vegas; rumors not confirmed by Las Vegas Tribune shows that his campaign was influenced and financially supported by Jack Binion and Frank Schreck from the Wynn organization to benefit some of their projects or investments at the now infamous Badland Golf Course and the Queensridge development.
Councilman Steve Seroka’s 2005 divorce was as tumultuous as his political life where his ex-wife accused him of engaging in mental
cruelty immersing himself in internet PORNOGRAPHY and ignoring family functions and activities, spending hours upon hours in front of a computer, visiting pornography sites and exposing his minor children to his internet escapades.
In his lawsuit McLin asks the court that a judgment be entered against Seroka for general damages, according to proof; special damages, according to proof, punitive damages in an amount sufficient to punish and deter Seroka from such conduct in the future, property damage, according to proof; and such other damages as the Court deems just and appropriate.
In the July 25, 2018 edition of the Las Vegas Tribune, Alexandra Cohen wrote, “Steve Seroka, one of the newest elected members of the Las Vegas City Council, has been accused of corruption by a developer over the long-running, divisive Badlands Golf Course dispute.”
The hatred that more than half of the city council displays for Las Vegas Tribune is so obvious that they try to ignore every article that
appears in our online editions by not commenting on or even rebutting our news articles, hoping that the daily does not print it and the
article will go away; but even if it is two months later, the daily refuses to give the Las Vegas Tribune the credit due as every
professional publication does.
The article explains that developer Yohan Lowie has sued Seroka in federal court and the battle escalated after Councilman Steve Seroka sponsored a bill directly designed to alter Lowie’s plans to build on his own land.
Councilwoman Michele Fiore vehemently objected to the ordinance, publicly in the city council meeting, and at times verbally sparred
with the bill’s sponsor, Councilman Seroka, citing that the ordinance started as a 5-page ordinance and FAILED in the Las Vegas Planning Commission by a 5 to 1 vote.
Now mysteriously, it has been expanded to a 13-page document and is being considered for approval. Developer Yohan Lowie stated, “This is typical of the corruption and disingenuous acts of certain members of the city of Las Vegas who have demonstrated for the past three years, and one of the reasons why I am in litigation with Councilman Seroka and Bob Coffin for the animus they continue to display.”
Mr. Lowie has hired famed criminal defense lawyer David Chesnoff to represent his interests in possible forthcoming criminal offenses that may arise from this bill.

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