The Eldorado Valley is changing, as the City Council approved rezoning part of it to allow for future research and development purposes, which includes a previously approved droneport with The Aerodrome LLC.
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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.
The city is moving forward with the concept plan for its beautification project on Nevada Highway and will continue to work with businesses concerned about how it negatively affects them.
Early voting in Boulder City is over, but residents who have not yet voted in the City Council race can still do so at the primary election on Tuesday.
Boulder City is planning a beautification project for Nevada Highway, and several local merchants are concerned with how it could affect their businesses.
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Early voting for this year’s primary election begins Wednesday and continues through March 24.
The City Council moved one step closer in finding a new attorney, as it approved a separation agreement with current City Attorney Dave Olsen.
By the end of the year, plans are on track for the Nevada Southern Railway to run trains into Henderson.
The City Council approved a polarizing ballot question for the 2017 municipal election about changing the controlled growth ordinance in a four to one vote at its meeting on Tuesday.
City Council held a workshop for the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget on Tuesday.
At the candidates forum on Tuesday, residents were able to hear from and weigh in on all eight City Council candidates’ stances on issues facing Boulder City.
Eight men are running for two open seats on the Boulder City Council.
For the 2017 Boulder City Historic Preservation Award, the Historic Preservation Committee is doing something different and asking the public to nominate properties to be recognized.
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.
Growth in Boulder City continues to be a hot topic as the City Council approved directing the city attorney to draft an advisory question about doing away with the 30 houses per developer limit to be put on the ballot in the upcoming municipal election.
The reconstruction project on Utah Street will not be completed until the middle of March because of problems encountered during construction and changes to the project.
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.
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.
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