City Council appointed its acting city attorney and acting city manager at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon.
The city will be hiring an executive firm for a nationwide search to find a new city attorney and city manager in order to be more transparent with the selection process.
City Council fired two leaders and has yet to appoint their replacements, leaving the city without its attorney or manager.
Updating the Boulder City pool is back on the table after City Council unanimously approved hiring a consultant to analyze the facility to see if it can be repaired and brought up to code.
Boulder City residents could see a reduction in their electric utility rates if City Council follows a recommendation given in a recently completed study.
Boulder City has spent almost $40,000 on its defense in a District Court case and could spend more than double that amount when all is said and done, according to court documents.
Boulder City’s monthlong celebration of historic preservation starts today and will feature virtual tours of several local properties.
More money is coming to the city’s coffers as council members recently approved adding land to a lease option held by Silver Peak Solar LLC.
A new motion to dismiss some of the claims in an Eighth District Court case against the city has been filed, and a hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. Nov. 5.
A special meeting scheduled for Tuesday to discuss firing City Attorney Steve Morris was canceled because the process server did not give him proper notice of the meeting, despite initially saying he did.
Boulder City has a new grant program to help its small businesses and residents weather through the COVID-19 storm.
Boulder City will not lose its spot on the National Register of Historic Places even though it no longer has enough contributing properties in the historic area.
The city will not have to allocate money from the general fund to pay for its legal representation in a Nevada District Court case involving two of its staff members, according to the head of the finance department.
The motion for a preliminary injunction to prevent City Council from terminating the employment contracts for the city attorney and city manager was denied the morning of Sept. 3 by Jim Crockett, a judge in Nevada’s Eighth District Court.
A plan to terminate the employment contracts of the city attorney and city manager and deny them their severance pay may have begun more than a year ago, according to a new motion filed in a District Court case against the city.