Category: Bullhead City

SUSAN BETTS RETIRING

Human Services Director Susan Betts is retiring after more than three decades of service in Bullhead City. City Manager Toby Cotter paid tribute to Betts during the June 6 Council meeting. “After 32 years I think its very appropriate that as a community we thank her for all of her efforts,” Cotter said. He said Betts’ distinguished career is highlighted by a checklist of awards and honors and for bringing in hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants. “I don’t know how yo can put a capstone on 32 years of service but it’s been my privilege to work...

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BABY JACKSON UPDATE

A local investigator said authorities are 99% certain that an infant dropped off at a Las Vegas church is the same “Baby Girl Jackson” (BGJ) that has been the subject of a multi-state search while her parents are jailed in Kingman. Mohave County attorney’s office investigator Steve Auld said it will probably be early July before testing and lab analysis scientifically confirms that the infant is the daughter of Nicholios Nealy, 37, and Octivia Jackson, 33. The Fort Mohave couple remain in custody for refusing to tell Department of Child Services officials where BGJ is. DCS officials removed three...

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MOSS MINE ADVANCING TOWARD PRODUCTION

The Northern Vertex Mining Corp. is pleased to provide the following update on construction activities at its 100% owned Moss Mine project located near Bullhead City. “Under the guidance of Dr. David Stone (Project Manager), Joseph Bardswich, P.Eng (President, Golden Vertex), M3 Engineering, Golder and Associates and N.A. Degerstorm, we continue to achieve considerable progress at the Moss Gold/Silver Mine and significantly de-risk the project both technically and financially,” saidKenneth Berry, President and CEO. “Additional, key contracts recently awarded demonstrate the ongoing progress toward our goal of pouring gold in Q4, 2017.” Key Contracts Recently Executed •Concrete contract was...

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COMMISSION THUMBS UP FOR SCOTT INDUSTRIES

  Opponents of Scot Industries’ proposed relocation to Golden Valley hoped to convince Mohave County Planning and Zoning Commissioners that the pipe fabrication facility should be rejected at a site selected south of the Walnut Creek Estates subdivision. The Commission was unimpressed with their arguments and its members voted unanimously during their June 14 meeting to support the project. About a dozen people told Commissioners they were worried about traffic, noise, obscured views, property values and other issues relative to the 76,000 square foot facility that would be constructed within a ten acre area near the center of a...

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TRANSMISSION LINE APPROVED

Bureau of Reclamation Upper Colorado Regional Director Brent Rhees and Reclamation Lower Colorado Regional Director Terrance J. Fulp have signed a Record of Decision (ROD) for the TransWest Express Transmission Project, approving the issuance of rights-of-use (ROU) for the Project on Reclamation lands in Utah and Nevada. The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS), released by the lead Federal agencies Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Western Area Power Administration (Western) in May, 2015, analyzed environmental impacts associated with the construction, operation, maintenance, and eventual decommissioning of a 728-mile 600-kV transmission line that would begin in Wyoming and terminate at...

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