Public Utilities Commission, Colorado’s regulatory body for utilities such as water and electricity. They have to approve Xcel’s rates and plans, our A legal agreement between a power provider and customer (in this case, Xcel and Boulder) governing t... agreement with Xcel Energy, a publicly traded utility company based in Minnesota. and some conditions related to the settlement.
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"Her male peers ... aren’t sitting around asking themselves hard questions. They’re hosting late-night news programs, writing memoirs about having found God, and firing off angry press releases." https://www.thecut.com/2021/10/katie-couric-memoir-going-there.html
Through the incredible work of the our outreach, the Municipal Court, and the Boulder Shelter and 25 plus years outside, he came by to thank me and tell me he got a home!
Your Wednesday morning city council recap, #Boulder, and then I'm going to bed.
Council approves rule change to make it easier for restaurants to be established at the Rez, Flatirons Golf Course and Valmont City Park. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1453158918788583430.html
Quickly touching on the plan for hybrid or in-person meetings on council. Where we left this is that THIS council's last meeting (Nov. 9) will be in person.
But the next council is TBD. Will prob do their first, swearing-in meeting in person but after that... who knows.
Ugh. I want to tweet this Xcel update even less than I wanted to tweet the Rez public hearing.
Staff presentation: https://documents.bouldercolorado.gov/WebLink/DocView.aspx?id=177325&dbid=0&repo=LF8PROD2