Mayor Joe Hardy took his oath of office along with new council members Steve Walton and Cokie Booth during a special City Council meeting Tuesday night.
City Council honored departing members and unanimously approved or voted to postpone all actions during their meeting Tuesday night.
Results of November’s election were made official by a unanimous vote during a special City Council meeting Friday morning, with Cokie Booth being elected to council by 133 votes over incumbent James Howard Adams.
City Council voted 4-1 to ask staff to prepare new three-year leases, with a two-year renewal option, for hangars at the municipal airport after their current terms expire in 2023.
The Audit Review Committee voted 3-1 to recommend that City Council accept this fiscal year’s audit review report, which found the city’s financial operations were in good order, with no discrepancies, during its meeting Oct. 27. Additionally, members voted to extend HintonBurdick CPAs &Advisor’s auditing contract with the city for one year.
Tuesday was the first day voters could cast their ballots in Boulder City during the early voting period, with 745 people appearing at the polls.
City Council voted to approve the city-funded .81-acre dog park planned for Veterans’ Memorial Park on Wednesday.
The Boulder City Planning Commission recommended approval to amend the city’s master plan future land use map and rezone about two acres for a new fire substation at 201 Nevada Way, as well as discussed parking and sound details surrounding the old Flamingo Motel’s transformation into a retail establishment and parking related to Duke’s Storage’s expansion during its Oct. 19 meeting.
Boulder City reached a zero-dollar settlement with BFE LLC regarding operation of mobile fuel tankers at the Boulder City Municipal Airport.
“Happiness is a warm puppy.”
The City Council approved the controversial historic preservation ordinance in a 3-2 vote.
The Boulder City Council heard multiple reports and approved a lease change to allow for the building of solar facilities.
Boulder City voters will be asked to select a new member of City Council and weigh in on three municipal ballot questions when they head to the polls later this month.
Incumbent James Howard Adams will face challenger Cokie Booth as the two seek to be elected to City Council in the Nov. 8 municipal election.
Boulder City voters will be asked to weigh in on selling land for a grocery store, designating funds for public safety facilities and if clean-energy technologies should be allowed in the Eldorado Valley when they head to the polls in November.