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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I cannot STAND this hot laptop on my already-hot lap, so let's get this over with quickly: Your Wednesday morning city council recap, #Boulder.
Alright, gonna take an ice bath and then I'll be back with your Wednesday morning recap.
LAST item: Updating Boulder's eviction prevention services.
Moving SO FAST. Next item is the vaping tax. Slides: https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/docs/Item_5B_-_Electronic_Smoking_Devices_Presentation-1-202106151442.pdf?_ga=2.44474660.1642321448.1623689633-527390211.1567003920
Next: Public hearing on the landmarking of 96 Arapahoe Avenue, Nuzum's Nursery. Won't take long.
Here's the presentation. I have nothing to add. https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/docs/Item_5A_-_96_Arapahoe_Landmark_Designation_Presentation-1-202106151442.pdf?_ga=2.10265909.1642321448.1623689633-527390211.1567003920