The Nevada Commission on Ethics is investigating a complaint against City Attorney Steve Morris for allegedly violating state law at a City Council meeting in October.
City Council unanimously approved the final budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year that includes several million dollars in cuts to accommodate expected revenue losses due to the COVID-19 emergency.
Local nonprofit Lend A Hand of Boulder City is one step closer to having a new, larger location at Cottage 3 in ABC Park.
After talking in circles for literally hours, City Council finally decided to let 28 airport hangars revert to city ownership when their current leases expire July 2 and directed staff to create new ones.
Boulder City Chamber of Commerce could be homeless in the next few weeks as it is being forced to move out of its current location and has yet to find a new one.
Part of Boulder City’s oldest commercial building will have new life as a restaurant while maintaining its historic value, according to business owner and resident Tony Scott.
In order to correct a possible open meeting law violation, City Council rescheduled its Tuesday meeting because information had been left off the agenda.
A hangar owner at the Boulder City Municipal Airport was told he could not be on the property despite having six hangars there because he allegedly deprived the city of benefits from his lease.
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Boulder City residents can get tested at no cost for the novel coronavirus Monday and Tuesday during a special drive-through clinic in the parking lot at Bravo Field, 891 Avenue B.
Boulder City’s Airport Advisory Committee is recommending a working group be created to help draft new aviation fuel standards.
No surge in utility usage seen as people confined to homes
Nevada’s month-old stay-at-home order that was set to expire at midnight April 30 will be extended two weeks to May 15, though some coronavirus restrictions were eased starting Friday, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the move April 29.
City Council took another step in its quest for transparency by unanimously approving a special risk management fund that will provide money for insurance premiums and deductibles, claims not covered by insurance and legal defense and settlement proceeds.
City staff is planning for the worst but hoping for the best with projected revenue losses for the 2021 fiscal year budget.