A mix of success, failure and controversy has surrounded the Colorado River regatta throughout its 13-year history. The Bullhead City council next Tuesday will decide whether the massive river float will be continued or killed.
Mayor Tom Brady said more than 3,700 people have expressed support for an online petition calling for cancellation of the event. He said he won’t know his vote until the people speak at the public hearing.
“I am evaluating everything and I probably won’t know until next Tuesday,” Brady said. “There’s many, many factors to consider. Right now my list of positives is about a dozen. My list of negatives is about a dozen. I’m still not done evaluating it all.”
More than 30,000 people enjoyed the regatta last month.