LAS VEGAS – On Tuesday, Boulder City residents received anti-Semitic fliers throughout their neighborhoods and parks.
“People are taken aback; they’re shocked,” Boulder City Mayor Joe Hardy said. “My job as a politician is to help people grow, develop, self actualize and be able to be community participants by doing good service projects and working for the good of all people.”
The Boulder City Police Department is looking into the origins of the anti-Semitic fliers.
Residents who witness someone distributing such fliers are asked to photograph them and report those guilty for the hate speech.
“Please help us figure out who is doing this,” Boulder City communications manager Lisa LaPlante said. “We want it to come to an end as quickly as possible.”
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