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Virus projected to cause $9.1 million shortfall in city’s budget
Boulder City is facing an estimated $9.1 million revenue loss for the 2021 fiscal year budget because of the COVID-19 pandemic and staff is suggesting to use almost $4 million from reserves to help balance and offset those losses.
Place of shelter: Animal control ready to help owners with pets
With many things to worry about due to COVID-19, caring for your pets if you fall ill is not one of them thanks to the Boulder City Animal Shelter.
Need for more data fuels action
City Council is requesting more information before it approves new fuel dispensing and handling standards for the Boulder City Municipal Airport.
Nothing campy about backyard excursion
Like most of you, I am missing time spent in the great outdoors.
Local businesses struggle with state directives
Boulder City businesses are finding creative ways to keep operating while dealing with directives issued by Gov. Steve Sisolak in response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few of their stories:
Spring Jam canceled
Boulder City’s long-standing Spring Jamboree event is canceled this year due to COVID-19.
Steeled in history: Sculptures depict dam workers
The city’s past comes alive once again in a larger-than-life history lesson that was just installed in the median along Boulder City Parkway.
Whole chicken holy grail of cheap eats
On the quest for the ultimate in cheap eats, I go absolutely nuts over whole chickens because they’re inexpensive, about $1 a pound and each one can stretch into several meals. Of course, this depends on the number of people you’re feeding and the size of their appetites.
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