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Attorney general finds council violated open meeting law

The Nevada attorney general’s office issued a finding this month that the City Council violated the “spirit and letter” of the state’s open meeting law when several members gathered for a breakfast meeting with a candidate for the position of finance director.

City seeks to update building, fire codes

The building and fire codes in Boulder City are potentially getting an update as several resolutions with suggested changes were introduced to the City Council at its meeting on Feb. 28.

Planners seek new research-development zone

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.

Council boosts area solar projects

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.

Eight seek seat on City Council

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.