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Seen on Scene: At the State of the City

Updated February 9, 2018 - 10:02 am

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BC Waste Free representatives Mike Pacini, left, and Rob Martello enjoy Boulder City’s State of the City event Feb. 1 at the Boulder Creek Golf Club.

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Cantor Philip Goldstein of Congregation Shirat Shalom sings the national anthem at the State of the City event.

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New City Manager Al Noyola, from left, longtime Boulder City resident Joe Rowe and Councilwoman Peggy Leavitt catch up before the mayor’s annual State of the City address.

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Councilman Rich Shuman, left, and former Councilman Duncan McCoy attend the State of the City event Feb. 1.

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Representing Lake Mead National Recreation Area at the State of the City event were spokesperson Christie Vanover, left, and Superintendent Lizette Richardson.

By Boulder City Review

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