The Clark County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to eliminate the Las Vegas Constable's office during its meeting on Tuesday.
According to the county, the office would be abolished in two years, by which time Constable John Bonaventura's term will expire.
The county cited the office no longer being needed for its budget-driven cut.
Services like property liens and evictions would now be handled by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Bonaventura's last attempt to stop a vote failed after a judge Monday denied a temporary restraining order.
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