Despite literal smoke and flames at City Hall on Tuesday evening, City Council denied an appeal of the permit to demolish the old Browder building, the oldest commercial building in the city.
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Money for the Boulder City Pool is better spent replacing the facility rather than fixing it, according to Parks and Recreation Director Roger Hall
At its meeting Tuesday evening, the Redevelopment Agency approved getting appraisals of the old Browder building to explore the possibility of the city purchasing the property with agency funds and saving it from demolition.
As the opening of Interstate 11 edges closer so does the presentation to City Council on the proposed Hoover Dam Gateway project for the interchange with U.S. Highway 95.
Boulder City Police Department has added a new K-9 officer.
An outside firm has officially been hired to find Boulder City’s new city manager, and the search is expected to take four to five months, according to the mayor.
Many Boulder City residents agree the city needs a new pool, and they voiced their support for it at Monday’s Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, where the commissioners approved the first step in that process.
In an effort to better the look of the streetscape in Boulder City, the Public Works Department is working to replace all the street name signs in town.
When she was a little girl, Jennifer Lopez would go with her grandfather to the airport to watch the planes take off and land.
Boulder City is embarking on one of its largest projects in decades as part of its capital improvement plan, replacing the backup power supply.
In a divided vote, the City Council approved the final land sale agreement with StoryBook Homes to develop approximately 30 acres of land in the city.
Work began Monday and will continue through the month on Fifth Street as the first part of a street reconstruction project in the city.
Tuesday’s City Council meeting was busy as it welcomed its two newest members, said goodbye to a long-time staff member, and handled a variety of business items including committee appointments, naming an interim city attorney, began recruitment for a new city manager, and approving a new solar lease.
The Boulder City Planning Commission set a precedent at its June meeting by allowing driveway pavers to be considered landscaping for the planned townhome subdivision on Nevada Highway.
Boulder City is continuing its efforts to be clean and green by installing its first public electric charging station. The charging station will be downtown in the public parking lot at North Escalante Park. It is under construction, and Acting City Manager Scott Hansen expects it to be finished in time for the July 4 parade.
The results of the recent general election are official as the City Council unanimously certified them for the secretary of state at a special meeting Tuesday morning.
Change is here for the City Council of Boulder City as residents elected political newcomers Warren Harhay and Kiernan McManus during Tuesday’s general municipal election.
Starting in two weeks, Boulder City residents will see a utility cost increase that is part of a series of increases approved by the city for the next few years.
The United States Department of Transportation recently awarded the Boulder City Municipal Airport a $1.43 million grant for improvements to the facility.
City Council approved the separation agreement with its city manager at its meeting Tuesday, giving him seven months of salary and benefits rather than the six that were in his contract.
Boulder City has been accused of retaliation by the attorney of a local resident after the city filed five criminal counts against the man, who was protesting police activity. The city denies the accusation.
Boulder City United Methodist Church has a new home, as the City Council approved its use of a city building for its services.
If the early voter turnout for the current municipal election is any indication, it appears that a greater number of residents are eager to have their say on who will represent them on the City Council and to weigh in on two ballot issues.
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