Boulder City Councilwoman Peggy Leavitt has announced her intention to seek re-election to the City Council, a seat she first obtained in 2011.
Mayor Roger Tobler will focus on the effect of the Interstate 11 project and the city’s updated financial plan during his final State of the City speech tonight at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
With the filing period for Boulder City’s upcoming municipal election still a few days away, three people have already announced their intention to seek one of the three open positions on the City Council.
Boulder City resident Rich Shuman has announced his intention to run for City Council.
The City Council approved its five-year financial plan that highlighted the importance of knocking off debt as well as taking advantage of the opportunities to bring on more green energy projects during its meeting Tuesday night.
The noise ordinance being debated by the City Council could cause some serious damage to businesses in the downtown district, according to a few local business owners.
Boulder City Councilman Rod Woodbury has announced his intention to run for mayor in 2015.
Though the lights may not have dimmed on your Christmas tree yet, it won’t be long before needles start falling to the floor and you begin thinking about how to dispose of the once-lush evergreen.
Former Boulder City Councilman Travis Chandler was barred from practicing law in Nevada after committing several offenses, according to the Nevada Supreme Court.
Shirley Hughes, Boulder City’s finance director, will now have a say on how state and local governments report their finances after she was recently appointed to the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council.
The City Council discussed during its meeting Tuesday evening an ordinance that would limit the amount of nighttime noise around Boulder City.
The gleaming solar panels spread out across the dry, desert landscape of Eldorado Valley have been a pivotal asset to Boulder City’s economic structure.
There will soon be more chickens in Boulder City after the City Council approved an ordinance to let residents in single-family homes keep chickens in their backyards.
The City Council approved an ordinance during Wednesday’s meeting that will allow residents living in single-family homes to keep as many as 10 chickens in their backyards. A detailed report will be published in the Nov. 20 issue.
More residents appear to be in favor of letting homeowners keep chickens in their backyards, according to emails sent to city officials after the City Council decided to hold off on a vote during its Oct. 28 meeting.