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In the July 21 article about the city’s finance director leaving, the salary and benefits posted for Shirley Hughes’ first year included only the eight months she worked for the city. She received a compensation package of $97,721 in 2011, which increased to $186,320 in 2015, the last year records were posted on Transparent Nevada. This represents an increase of more than $75,000 in five years.

In the July 21 article about the termination of the relationship between Boulder City Animal Shelter and Boulder City Paws ’n’ Claws, the date was incorrect. City records show that Kathy Hicks, president of the nonprofit, was a volunteer at the shelter from mid-November 2015 until May 20, 2016. There is nothing in the record about what precipitated the decision to end her volunteer status.

The Boulder City Review corrects its errors. Please contact us if you believe you have identified an error in the newspaper. Call Hali Bernstein Saylor at 702-586-9523 or email her at hsaylor@bouldercityreview.com.

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