The three candidates running for City Council made one final push for votes as they shared their thoughts about several issues Tuesday evening inside the Elaine K. Smith Center.
The yearslong strategic lawsuit against public participation that cost Boulder City more than $800,000 has already been paid for, in large part from solar leases, according to City Hall.
After five years of litigation, the final chapter has been written about the six residents who the Nevada Supreme Court said were wrongfully sued by Boulder City for circulating ballot initiatives.
City Council members may see a healthy pay increase thanks to a bill introduced at Tuesday’s meeting.
Boulder City residents will soon determine whether the city can spend up to $1 million per year indefinitely from the capital improvement fund to improve city facilities.
With two vacancies to fill in the upcoming election, three candidates decided to throw their names in the ring for City Council.
City Attorney Dave Olsen was sanctioned by the State Bar of Nevada in March for his involvement in his son’s civil suit against Boulder City in 2010.
In June, the city is expected to make its final payment on the Boulder Creek Golf Club revenue bonds, putting behind years of contention and controversy over the hot-button issue.
It’s been more than four months since the City Council discussed an ordinance that would limit the amount of evening noise around town, but all has been quiet ever since.
The City Council adopted a countywide plan during its Tuesday meeting in the hopes of bettering lives of all Southern Nevada residents.
During Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, members took the first step in designating an additional 1,110 acres for future solar leases in Eldorado Valley.
The City Council met with department heads Tuesday to discuss its tentative budget for the next fiscal year.
The City Council met briefly Tuesday night, although not much was discussed.
The six residents who the Nevada Supreme Court said were wrongfully sued by Boulder City after they circulated ballot initiatives are negotiating a settlement with the city.
Boulder City is hoping a federal judge will dismiss a lawsuit former Police Chief Tom Finn has filed against the city, claiming he was discriminated against because of his religion.