City Council has narrowed the field of candidates for a new city attorney and city manager and is planning to conduct the first round of interviews the week of April 5.
Staff is drafting a request for proposal to develop land near Boulder Creek Golf Club at the request of the City Council.
The Nevada Commission on Ethics recently dismissed a complaint accusing Mayor Kiernan McManus of abusing his position as a public officer because of a “lack of sufficient credible evidence of a violation.”
A Nevada District Court judge has stayed all motions in a case brought against Boulder City by two former employees.
The first round of finalists for Boulder City’s top leadership positions have been announced and City Council members will decide how to move forward at a special meeting next week.
The city’s financial outlook is getting brighter, but staff is still encouraging caution moving forward into the next fiscal year.
The Boulder City Police Department is adding two lieutenant positions to better serve the community and its officers.
Decisions about filling the open city clerk position could be made next week when City Council considers several items about the process.
Boulder City is losing another employee as airport manager Frederick “Willy” Williamson is retiring.
Two former employees are asking a Nevada District Court judge to rule on their claim of improper notice for a meeting last year to discuss terminating their employment contracts.
A somber mood was at City Hall Tuesday evening as City Council fired longtime City Clerk Lorene Krumm despite many people calling in to support her and express their disagreement with the action.
A recent investigation into Mayor Kiernan McManus’ and Councilwoman Tracy Folda’s alleged actions against staff members has found no violations of city policies even though neither of them are required to follow those rules.
Boulder City residents will have the opportunity to weigh in on a new community pool as City Council approved two ballot questions for the 2021 municipal election in June.
The proposed city budget for fiscal year 2022 is approximately $2.4 million more than last year’s because revenues are expected to be almost as high as before the pandemic. The 2021 budget was reduced by several million dollars due to projected revenue losses as a result of COVID-19.
Two former employees are appealing the dismissal of their complaint accusing the city and council members of violating the open meeting law and breaching a covenant of good faith and fair dealing when they were fired.