Boulder City Community Alliance members voted to endorse City Council candidates Warren Harhay and Kiernan McManus after listening to seven of the eight men running in the upcoming election speak during a candidates night Feb. 16.
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Increased power capabilities for the community may add power lines to the view of Lake Mead along Boulder City’s scenic loop as above-ground power lines on Nevada Way and Avenue I could be installed.
Boulder City’s zoning ordinance could be changing, as the Planning Commission is recommending a new research and development zone for approximately 50 acres of city-owned land in the Eldorado Valley.
As long as the sun continues to shine brightly, Boulder City and its residents will benefit after members of City Council approved several resolutions Tuesday night during their meeting that will boost operations at the solar fields in the Eldorado Valley and install a new solar-power generating and electric vehicle charging station.
City Attorney Dave Olsen said on Tuesday that he has “resigned at their request” after meeting with Mayor Rod Woodbury and Councilman Cam Walker on Monday night.
Eight people have filed candidacy papers to run for one of two seats on the City Council, including incumbent Councilman Cam Walker, who is seeking his third and final term in office.
Two additional residents have filed their papers to run for a seat on City Council and a third has announced his intention to file late today, bringing the total to seven people vying for two seats.
Boulder City residents packed the Elaine K. Smith Center to participate in what became a highly contentious public workshop Jan. 25.
City Council unanimously approved a plan for fiscal year 2018 that would help the city become healthier financially during its meeting Tuesday.
Mayor Rod Woodbury spoke of a city that continues to flourish at the annual State of the City address Jan. 19, but he admitted that Boulder City has a long way to go before it reaches new heights.
As of Wednesday morning four people have filed their papers to seek a seat on the Boulder City Council.
The Boulder City Planning Commission recommended the City Council put 25 acres west of Walnut Drive on the city’s land management plan for recreational purposes. The move was approved 6-1 during the planners’ meeting Jan. 18.
Three people have officially announced they intend to run for the two open City Council seats.
A small group of Boulder City residents gathered at the Elaine K. Smith Center on Jan. 11 to give suggestions about the city’s plans to renovate Nevada Highway.
Candidates looking to run for the two open City Council seats can file for election next week signaling the start of election season in Boulder City.
An appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision to issue a variance for a townhome community on Nevada Highway will be heard at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. City Council meeting at City Hall.
Hangar leases at the Boulder City Municipal Airport will expire in three years, leaving some tenants worried about the future.
A local resident is appealing a decision made by the Planning Commission regarding a housing project by developer Randy Schams.
When Boulder City needs representation at Nevada legislative sessions in Carson City it calls on lobbyist Lisa Foster.
City Council unanimously approved three plots of land be placed on the land management plan at its meeting Tuesday night.
Members of the Boulder City Historic Preservation Committee grew increasingly frustrated at a meeting Wednesday night as the group continues work to create a historic preservation code with teeth.
An independent audit of Boulder City found six issues in the way city officials handled accounting of government funds.
A debate has begun in Boulder City over the idea of growth and how much is too much for this small town.
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