Boulder City is on track for a new pool and is now working with a consultant to help plan for the project.
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City Council accepted the final audit report of the 2016-2017 fiscal year and commended the finance department for its improvements.
The preliminary draft of Boulder City’s audit brought to light an issue with a former city policy that could have allowed employees to break the law.
Boulder City is one step closer to having a new finance director after a conditional offer of employment was given to an out-of-state candidate.
New evidence seems to contradict Boulder City Police Department dash-cam video prompting Judge Victor Miller to schedule an evidentiary hearing in the criminal case against resident John Hunt.
New evidence has been presented in the city’s case against John Hunt, a Boulder City resident who was arrested on several charges after he repeatedly walked back and forth in a marked crosswalk protesting a police-sanctioned pedestrian enforcement event in June 2016.
Several local airport users are concerned about proposed changes to Boulder City’s Airport Advisory Council and voiced them publicly Tuesday evening.
Changes could be coming to the land management plan if recent recommendations are approved by the City Council.
The attorney for a Boulder City resident is asking the charges brought against his client by the city be dismissed due to misconduct by the prosecution.
More homes are closer to being built in Boulder City despite criticism about a proposed subdivision from residents.
Boulder City is adding wind power to its portfolio of renewable-energy leases as the City Council approved an agreement for a direct-current transmission line from Wyoming.
Members of a city advisory committee are upset the city has vacated all its meetings since January, and they are uncertain about the group’s future.
City Council forwarded two requests for the 2018 land management plan to the Planning Commission for public hearing and further recommendation.
The old Vons/Haggen grocery store building is one step closer to being occupied as the City Council amended its zoning ordinance, allowing an Oregon-based company to relocate its corporate headquarters there.
The City Council upheld the Planning Commission’s recent denial of two variances requested by StoryBook Homes at its meeting Tuesday evening.
Since Boulder City raised its utility rates last year, the increase has been met with dismay from residents about how much their bills have gone up.
An Oregon-based company is one step closer to having its corporate headquarters in Boulder City after the City Council introduced a bill at its meeting Tuesday that would create a new use within a zoning district.
Boulder City residents and businesses raised concerns about speed limits and accessibility along Boulder City Parkway as plans for the city’s complete street beautification project were discussed at a public meeting Tuesday evening.
Religion and cronyism were topics at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, as the council members chose the new city attorney in a divided vote.
Planning Commissioners denied two of four variances requested by StoryBook Homes for land it is in the process of buying from the city, as well as not recommending a request to narrow streets and have sidewalks only on one side in its proposed 129-home subdivision.
City Council is one step closer to hiring a new city manager after its meeting Tuesday evening.
City Council interviewed the four finalists for the open city attorney position at a special meeting Wednesday morning and will continue its discussion about who to hire at its next meeting on Tuesday , Sept. 26 .
At Wednesday’s special City Council meeting, Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury disclosed his past working relationship and current religious affiliation with a city attorney candidate and why the State of Nevada Ethics Commission said it was not a conflict of interest.
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