Boulder City is moving forward with creating the utility advisory committee that was tabled in October 2018 despite a wealth of public support at the time.
As of Wednesday morning, three people have filed candidacy papers to run for mayor and six have filed to run for one of two seats on the City Council in the 2019 municipal election.
City Manager Al Noyola wants to create a historic preservation plan this year and continue to build confidence in Boulder City’s leadership and staff.
Concerns about preserving the dry lake bed were raised to City Council as it approved leasing more than 200 acres of it for solar development.
Candidate filing for Boulder City’s 2019 municipal election starts in two weeks, and several residents already have announced their plans to run for city offices.
Boulder City will be asking its residents to weigh in on financing a pool, refinancing debt and whether off-highway vehicles should be allowed on city streets. The issues will be on four ballot questions City Council approved for the 2019 municipal election at its meeting Tuesday.
Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury will present his State of the City address next week, continuing an annual tradition of informing city residents about past accomplishments and what to expect in the coming months.
Boulder City’s newest planning commissioner is looking forward to giving back to the town.
Boulder City and the Clark County Commission have yet to reach a written agreement for the town’s municipal court judge as required by a new county policy.
The City Council election in June could change the face of the city’s leadership as three of its members are up for re-election.
The start of the new year Tuesday puts several projects and issues on the horizon for Boulder City residents. Here are a few to watch for.
Jim Giannosa is stepping down from the Planning Commission after 13 years of dedicated service and having never missed a meeting.
Historic preservation will be more of a priority for the city in the future as it is one of the five goals adopted in the new strategic plan.
A District Court judge denied Boulder City’s motion to disqualify Judge Richard Scotti in a case involving a former resident’s crosswalk protest because the city did not bring forward a substantive reason.
Boulder City residents filled City Hall on Tuesday evening to protest revisions to council procedure that would have changed their ability to comment and the requirements putting items on the agenda.