The process of taking over Xcel’s physical system. Technically, Boulder would buy it. But because Xcel Energy, a publicly traded utility company based in Minnesota. doesn’t want to sell it, Boulder will have to condemn the assets in court. That process would determine how much the city has to pay Xcel.
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Learned a new word from a Boulder resident opposing a redevelopment project: Concomitant.
Boulder! are you an undergraduate, graduate, & post-doc living in Boulder?
one of our @BoulderBedrooms members created this Boulder Student Housing Survey to help better understand the needs here. thanks!
Me: Hey, Verizon, my debit card got stolen and idk when I'll get a new one. I just wanted to give you a heads up that my payment might be late so you don't charge me late fees.
Verizon: No problem! You have until Dec. 13.
Also Verizon: Charges me $7 for moving my payment date.
Absolutely illuminating read and a fantastic idea for a reporter to do. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/24/opinion/facebook-disinformation-boomers.html
Insanely jealous that none of my reporting awards have been in belt-buckle form. Colorado, step it up.
This is arguably the dorkiest way to win my first Wyoming belt buckle ever but GUYS! Look at it! It is so pretty!
Hooray!!! Thank you @conservewyo!
An impressive athletic feat is next.