A utility that would be owned by the city of Boulder. Shorthand for municipalization, which is the process of establishing a city-owned utility by acquiring the power lines, poles, transformers, substations, etc. that are currently owned by Xcel Energy, a publicly traded utility company based in Minnesota. and used to transmit electricity.
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Where should poor people be allowed to live?
Dual city, county debates on housing and homelessness highlight disparities
Also this week:
- Guaranteed income: Coming soon
- $3M allocated to wildfire resilience, other council priorities
- COVID up (again)
Ma’am, I won a Pulitzer Prize last week and I live in a basement apartment with a roommate. https://twitter.com/oliverdarcy/status/1527430788144414721
"American journalists are part of the elites. They are rich."
we did it, America. we made it this far into the pandemic without giving all employees paid sick leave
There was a 30-min window of relatively low wind where I definitely should have mowed the grass.
I'm not even doing your Wednesday morning recap because tonight's meeting was so crap. They did nothing.
East Boulder Subcommunity Plan? Not done. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1526774308562796544.html
Annexation agreement at 1422 55th Street? Not done. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1526753292457349120.html