The possible sale of a historic property in Boulder City has residents and City Council members expressing a desire to keep the parcel and buildings on it under city ownership.
City staff welcomed new City Manager Al Noyola at a reception on Tuesday from left EMS Coordinator Jim Kindel, Noyola, and Boulder City Division Chief Chuck Gebhart.
Boulder City is in the process of getting a new auditor, as the audit review committee is recommending City Council approve an agreement with HintonBurdick CPAs & Advisors.
Creation of a new historic district that would honor the role aviation played in the city’s past has been proposed.
Three pools, including one designed for competition — along with racquetball courts, a fitness center and group exercise room — are featured in the design for a new aquatic facility that was presented to the Parks and Recreation Commission during its Monday meeting.
On Tuesday evening, City Council decided to hold more town hall meetings throughout the year and swore in new city manager, Al Noyola.
Boulder City has a new team leading the pool.
Upgrades to the city’s utilities were the primary focus of a nearly three-hour budget workshop held March 15.
The Boulder City Police Department is implementing an off-highway vehicle program to provide effective coverage for the desert areas around town.