The Boulder City Review reported a new historic district that would honor the role aviation played in the city’s past has been proposed.
A plan to create the Bullock Field Historic District was presented to members of the Planning Commission at their March 21 meeting. Alan Goya, president of the city’s Historic Preservation Committee spoke on behalf of the group, which proposed designating the area that incorporates the original airport hangar site, former TWA terminal building and a portion of the sole remaining runway as a new historic district.
“I feel it is important to preserve as it tells another part of our story,” he said.
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