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Financial plan may save city millions

Three years after its adoption, the city’s financial plan is guiding it toward a financially stable future.

Challenge teaches mayor about hunger issues

Last week Mayor Roger Tobler ate as if he was on food stamps, but residents need not worry for the mayor’s well-being because he was only participating in a temporary program designed to bring awareness to the federal food assistance program.

Mayor’s State of City address soars to new heights

Mayor Roger Tobler’s State of the City address Jan. 30 at Boulder Creek Golf Club went smoothly. But a surprise drone flight during the speech did not.

City’s suit against residents overturned

The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that Boulder City wrongly sued six residents who circulated ballot initiative petitions in 2010 and ordered the case be dismissed.

Nine parcels tapped for development

The City Council on Tuesday directed staff to lease or sell nine parcels as part of the city’s annual 2014 Land Management Plan implementation.

Tree recycling program called success

Boulder City received a late Christmas present from area residents: their participation in the first Christmas tree recycling program.

Grant boosts efforts to attract new business

The Boulder City Economic Vitality Commission received an $85,000 shot in the arm, which it will use in its efforts to attract businesses to Boulder City.

City to close dry lake for July 4

The City Council voted Tuesday to close the dry lake bed during the July 4 festivities. The dry lake bed will be closed from 6 a.m. July 3 to 6 a.m. July 5.

Nevada Way Project Finale

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