City Council meetings will continue to start at 7 p.m., even though some members would like them to start earlier.
The fuel standards for Boulder City Municipal Airport are back on the table as City Council will discuss them at a meeting in June.
Boulder City Municipal Airport has a new manager, longtime employee Marissa Adou.
A local builder is accusing the city of defamation after the Redevelopment Agency denied his application for a historic preservation grant and one of the members said some of his costs were “exaggerated.”
City Council will interview the top five candidates for the city clerk position, possibly narrowing the field, during an upcoming special meeting.
The results of April’s primary election were finalized during a special City Council meeting Monday, declaring Sherri Jorgensen elected and Cokie Booth and Mathew Fox to face off for the second open seat in the June 15 general election.
City Council is moving forward with background checks and in-person interviews for two of the five people recently interviewed for the open city manager position.
For the second time in about three years, Boulder City’s acting city attorney is being offered the permanent position after hiring an outside firm to conduct a statewide search for candidates.
City Council supports building a new pool rather than renovating the current one after hearing the recommendation of an ad hoc committee and seeing results of a recent study.
Sherri Jorgensen appears to have been elected to the City Council during Tuesday’s primary election, while Cokie Booth and Matt Fox will likely face off in the June 15 General Election for the second seat.
The city is down to three finalists for a new city attorney and the council could make a decision about who to hire at a special meeting Wednesday.
Boulder City’s Redevelopment Agency is holding off on awarding a historic preservation grant to local father and son builders Grant and Larry Turner because it is unsure if the project fits the guidelines for the program.
Early voting in the primary election to narrow the field of candidates for two open City Council seats began March 25. As of the end of day Tuesday, the most recent numbers available by deadline, 824 voters had cast their ballots.
The public will have an opportunity in the next two weeks to hear from top applicants for the open city attorney and city manager positions through a series of special City Council meetings.
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.