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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Regarding what happened tonight on University Hill, the Boulder Department is reviewing all body worn camera footage and shared social media videos/photos to identify the individuals involved in damaging property and assaulting first responders 1/3 #Boulder
We condemn the conduct on University Hill on Saturday. Any student found responsible for acts of violence toward law enforcement or first responders will be removed from CU Boulder and not readmitted.
Read more at http://alerts.colorado.edu
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@mitchellbyars the videos i’ve seen r 🤢
@rachelkfriend @shayshinecastle Party on the Hill right now. @mitchellbyars is tweeting from up there and also posting photos.