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Boulder City

City Hall

401 California Ave.

Boulder City, NV 89005

702-293-9208

Mayor Kiernan McManus

kmcmanus@bcnv.org

Councilman James Howard Adams

jadams@bcnv.org

Councilwoman Claudia Bridges

cbridges@bcnv.org

Councilwoman Tracy Folda

tfolda@bcnv.org

Councilman Warren Harhay

wharhay@bcnv.org

Clark County

Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson, District G

ccdistg@clarkcountynv.gov

Clark County Government Center

500 S. Grand Central Parkway,

Sixth Floor

Las Vegas, NV 89155

702-455-3500

Clark County School District

Deanna L. Wright, District A trustee

702-799-CCSD

ccsd.net/trustees/contact/wright

State of Nevada Department of Education

Felicia Ortiz, District 3

felicia.ortiz.nved@gmail.com

Board of Regents

Amy Carvalho

acarvalho@nshe.nevada.edu

Nevada Assembly

Rep. Glen Leavitt, District 23

Glen.Leavitt@asm.state.nv.us

1000 Nevada Way, Suite 105

Boulder City, NV 89005-1828

Nevada Congress

Sen. Joe Hardy, District 12

Joe.Hardy@sen.state.nv.us

P.O. Box 60306

Boulder City, NV 89006-0306

702-293-7506

Rep. Susie Lee

Las Vegas

8872 S. Eastern Ave.,

Suites 210 &220

Las Vegas, NV 89123

702-963-9336

www.susielee.house.gov/contact

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Las Vegas

333 Las Vegas Blvd. South,

Suite 8016

Las Vegas, NV 89101

702-388-5020

www.cortezmasto.senate.gov/contact/

Sen. Jacky Rosen

333 Las Vegas Blvd. South,

Suite 8203

Las Vegas, NV 89101

702-388-0205

http://www.rosen.senate.gov/contact_jacky

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