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City will support SB21-62, with slight changes
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Read more PUC rejects Boulderite’s bid to toss Xcel franchise →
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Hey #Boulder!!! Volunteer your walls for murals in this year’s StreetWise event.
Mostly business/property owners with high visibility walls, they will consider private residential if visible/accessible
Gov. Polis on why RTD isn’t in the $4B transportation funding proposal:
“I, and many others at the state level, are not always happy with everything RTD does. So we’re certainly not about to give them money.”
Via @carlam_jimenez & @cprwarner
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I want to edit a column where different writers write 900 words each week, at $2/word, about something they despise. Old snow. The term BIPOC. Death anniversaries. Wearing tights. (This is not a real column. Don't pitch me!)
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