When she was a little girl, Jennifer Lopez would go with her grandfather to the airport to watch the planes take off and land.
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City Council will weigh in on allowing marijuana establishments in Boulder City at its next meeting on Tuesday, and some residents think allowing research and testing facilities for the drug could be beneficial.
Boulder City is taking disciplinary actions against an employee for unauthorized use of city facilities, according to a statement released by a city spokesperson.
The City Council approved purchasing new electrical meters and parts at its meeting on Tuesday.
The townhome project on Nevada Highway is moving forward, as City Council members approved its tentative map during their meeting Tuesday.
Brok Armantrout is no longer Boulder City’s community development director. He was moved to the new position of special projects coordinator.
The Boulder City Historic Committee and the Boulder City History and Arts Foundation are holding their annual historic preservation workshop on Saturday.
After residents protested adding overhead lines as part of a project to update the aging electrical system, the City Council removed it from the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget to research other options at its budget workshop Tuesday morning.
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Boulder City residents who would like to vote in the upcoming general election have until May 23 to register.
The City Council made history at its meeting on Tuesday by moving forward for the first time in 20 years with selling land under the existing controlled growth ordinance.
The townhome project on Nevada Highway is moving forward as the Planning Commission approved a variance for it and recommended the tentative map for the project go to the City Council.
Several Boulder City residents expressed their concerns that developing the Interstate 11/U.S. Highway 95 interchange would create a second city center that would harm existing businesses.
Boulder City’s Planning Commission opened the possibility to exploring options for marijuana industry-related businesses and research in the city during its meeting April 19.
As the temperature rose into the mid-80s with a nearly cloudless blue sky, the newest solar facility in the Eldorado Valley was dedicated Tuesday morning.
Boulder City stands to receive $201.6 million in revenue in the next 26 years from the Copper Mountain Solar complex in the Eldorado Valley, according to recent study referenced by Sempra Renewables.
At its meeting Tuesday evening, City Council formally entered into record the Nevada attorney general’s recent findings that it had violated the open meeting law last year.
Boulder City’s attempt to access a reporter’s notes for a pending lawsuit led to the preservation of free speech and journalist confidentiality.
Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury is partnering with other mayors and their cities across the country to promote and encourage water conservation through the My Water Pledge campaign.
Warren Harhay was the top vote getter in Tuesday’s primary election to fill two seats on the City Council and will be joined by Kiernan McManus, John Milburn and Councilman Cam Walker on the general election’s ballot in June. No one received enough votes to be elected outright.
During Wednesday morning’s budget workshop, Councilman Rich Shuman proposed that the city give the public schools in Boulder City $1 million a year for the next 10 years to help weather the storm of declining enrollment and cutting programs.
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.
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.