Scott Carter, President: Mr. Carter has held the position of redevelopment officer with the Las Vegas Redevelopment Agency (RDA) since 2007. Previously, Carter worked for the RDA as a project analyst conducting fiscal and economic impact analyses for developers requesting financial assistance from the agency. In his previous position, Carter worked on projects such as the downtown IRS Headquarters Building, Allure condominium towers and the World Market Center Las Vegas.
Carter negotiated contracts for the 61-acre Symphony Park project, deemed a “city within a city” in Las Vegas’ revitalized urban center. Home to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. This newly born neighborhood will also be the future home of office, medical, retail and residential complexes. Further, Symphony Park will also be the largest “green” urban development in the United States.
Aaron R. Baker, Secretary/Treasurer: Mr. Baker has been the Redevelopment Director for the City of Mesquite since 2012. Prior to this position, Mr. Baker worked as a Redevelopment Associate in the department. On July 1, 2013, the City’s redevelopment and economic development functions were moved under the purview of the City Manager’s office.
Currently, Baker oversees all aspects of the City’s redevelopment efforts. In this role, Baker manages capital projects, administers the agency’s financial incentive programs and negotiates on the City’s behalf with developers.