City attorney finalists navigate Boulder politics, policy questions

City attorney finalists navigate Boulder politics, policy questions

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Breena Ming, Adam Mingal answer Boulderite's questions in public meeting

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Bedrooms petition makes Boulder ballots

Bedrooms petition makes Boulder ballots

Friday, June 18, 2021
Citizen initiative to amend Boulder's occupancy limits heading to voters

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Boulder names city attorney finalists

Boulder names city attorney finalists

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
City's top two attorneys leave in June, continuing high-level turnover

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Boulder pot shops push back on proposed vape tax expansion

Boulder pot shops push back on proposed vape tax expansion

Friday, June 11, 2021
Tax was passed to curb teen tobacco use — with marijuana exempt. Now staff want to change that.

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Boulder shifts strategy, eyes more aggressive climate goals

Boulder shifts strategy, eyes more aggressive climate goals

Saturday, June 5, 2021
City: Failure of past efforts to fight climate change are "increasingly obvious"

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No new taxes this year, Boulder city council decides

No new taxes this year, Boulder city council decides

Saturday, May 29, 2021
There will be a sales tax extension on November ballots to pay for critical infrastructure

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Boulder’s Settlers Park will (finally) be renamed

Boulder’s Settlers Park will (finally) be renamed

Friday, May 28, 2021
The Peoples' Crossing, proposed by tribal nations, could be adopted this year

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Boulder exploring new taxes, fees as revenues falter

Boulder exploring new taxes, fees as revenues falter

Saturday, May 22, 2021
Nearly $14 million in city taxes set to expire within 3 years, adding to Boulder's ongoing budget woes

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Guest Opinion: For Boulder housing, doing nothing is doing harm

Guest Opinion: For Boulder housing, doing nothing is doing harm

Friday, May 14, 2021
Empty rooms and occupancy limits push up cost of living, Bedrooms Are For People volunteer argues

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Family, veteran and young adult homelessness growing in Boulder County

Family, veteran and young adult homelessness growing in Boulder County

Friday, May 7, 2021
Annual data share set for Tuesday, as city council considers new rules against unsheltered living

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Boulder’s unhoused have ‘lost hope’ in the system, providers say

Boulder’s unhoused have ‘lost hope’ in the system, providers say

Saturday, May 1, 2021
Survey, interviews offer glimpse into why so many homeless residents don't access services

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Boulder’s post-COVID economic recovery lagging

Boulder’s post-COVID economic recovery lagging

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
$6-$9M deficit projected for 2021; full service restoration won't happen this year

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Survey: 90% of Boulder’s unhoused residents want housing

Survey: 90% of Boulder’s unhoused residents want housing

Saturday, April 24, 2021
City council to consider staff-suggested $2.7M enforcement package

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CU South annexation: A primer

CU South annexation: A primer

Saturday, April 17, 2021
As CU South annexation nears, a reminder of how Boulder got here — and what's ahead

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The ache and the anger: Boulderites look back on a year of COVID

The ache and the anger: Boulderites look back on a year of COVID

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
One year later, local residents look back at months of lockdown — and ahead at what's to come

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Boulder changes tune on jail reform bill

Boulder changes tune on jail reform bill

Saturday, April 10, 2021
City will support SB21-62, with slight changes

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Boulder’s ‘vaccine angel’ has helped over 300 people find appointments

Boulder’s ‘vaccine angel’ has helped over 300 people find appointments

Saturday, April 10, 2021
Kate Livingston started by helping her parents. Now, she's found spots for friends, family and complete strangers.

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Boulder becomes epicenter of fight against criminal justice reform

Boulder becomes epicenter of fight against criminal justice reform

Saturday, March 20, 2021
Amid rising crime, downtown businesses oppose bill to end cash bail, arrests for low-level crimes

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Another density skeptic appointed to Boulder’s Planning Board

Another density skeptic appointed to Boulder’s Planning Board

Friday, March 19, 2021
Group in charge of reviewing developments still lacks design professional

Read more Another density skeptic appointed to Boulder’s Planning Board

PUC rejects Boulderite’s bid to toss Xcel franchise

PUC rejects Boulderite’s bid to toss Xcel franchise

Friday, February 26, 2021
Ex-city council member alleged franchise agreement violated Boulder's charter

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No library district this year, Boulder council (informally) decides

No library district this year, Boulder council (informally) decides

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Council fears two taxes on the ballot will doom capital-funding effort

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Boulder reveals city manager finalists

Boulder reveals city manager finalists

Saturday, February 20, 2021
Both candidates are deputy city managers in much bigger cities

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Boulder: No records, receipts of cops’ cash-raising can drive

Boulder: No records, receipts of cops’ cash-raising can drive

Friday, February 19, 2021
$39K in this year's budget reportedly came from 1990s-era recycling effort

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Letter to the Editor: Boulder is stuck on sales tax

Letter to the Editor: Boulder is stuck on sales tax

Monday, February 15, 2021
Continued reliance on regressive sales tax hurts Boulderites, city budget

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Housing, land use policy references retained in Boulder’s racial equity plan

Housing, land use policy references retained in Boulder’s racial equity plan

Thursday, February 11, 2021
Despite council discomfort, racial equity plan doubles down on role Boulder's exclusionary zoning plays in racism

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Boulder weighs 10-20 year tax extension to fund $307M in key city services

Boulder weighs 10-20 year tax extension to fund $307M in key city services

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
10-20 year Community, Culture, Safety Tax extension could be on ballots this fall

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Boulder councilwoman criticized for comments on Holocaust, prairie dogs

Boulder councilwoman criticized for comments on Holocaust, prairie dogs

Thursday, February 4, 2021
Mirabai Nagle again facing backlash for remarks; anti-hate group not assuaged by apology

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In this cross-country battle of slight seers, which rodent reigns supreme?

In this cross-country battle of slight seers, which rodent reigns supreme?

Saturday, January 30, 2021
Punxsutawney Phil has fame, fortune and a cult-classic film to his name. But Flatiron Freddy may be the more accurate rodent.

Read more In this cross-country battle of slight seers, which rodent reigns supreme?

Problems plague early tests of Boulder’s online petition system

Problems plague early tests of Boulder’s online petition system

Saturday, January 30, 2021
Citizen group weary of being first real-world test of nascent technology

Read more Problems plague early tests of Boulder’s online petition system

What does it take to use Boulder’s new online petitioning system?

What does it take to use Boulder’s new online petitioning system?

Friday, January 29, 2021
A step-by-step walkthrough of how to use Boulder Direct Democracy Online

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Boulder seats inaugural police oversight panel

Boulder seats inaugural police oversight panel

Friday, January 29, 2021
City council unanimously accepts recommendations

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Boulder rejects mandatory minimums; homeless sweeps will continue

Boulder rejects mandatory minimums; homeless sweeps will continue

Thursday, January 21, 2021
More cops and courts not a solution, say prosecutor, police chief

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Boulder recommends mandatory minimum sentences for homeless campers

Boulder recommends mandatory minimum sentences for homeless campers

Saturday, January 16, 2021
Increased enforcement, deterrent actions would cost more than $1 million

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Boulder boards ask for action on homelessness

Boulder boards ask for action on homelessness

Monday, January 11, 2021
Some ask for action on encampments; others allege Boulder is violating rights of unhoused

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Boulder hiring supervisor to oversee sweeps of homeless camps

Boulder hiring supervisor to oversee sweeps of homeless camps

Saturday, January 9, 2021
Position has been planned for years, utility director says; salary starts at $70K

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Deaths climb as Boulder County’s unhoused population ages

Deaths climb as Boulder County’s unhoused population ages

Thursday, January 7, 2021
Protesters interrupt mayor's remarks, criticize ongoing sweeps

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49 current, former unhoused residents of Boulder County died this year

49 current, former unhoused residents of Boulder County died this year

Thursday, January 7, 2021
Providers, friends remember the dead among Boulder County's unhoused population

Read more 49 current, former unhoused residents of Boulder County died this year

Analysis: Upstream detention too costly, destructive for CU South flood control

Analysis: Upstream detention too costly, destructive for CU South flood control

Saturday, January 2, 2021
City council to consider resident-pushed design for third time; open space board, staff recommend against

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City settles with man Tased by Boulder police officer

City settles with man Tased by Boulder police officer

Saturday, January 2, 2021
Christopher Mahan to receive $875,000 for incident that left him with spinal injuries

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2020 in Boulder: A Year in Review

2020 in Boulder: A Year in Review

Saturday, December 26, 2020
What happened in the People's Republic during the pandemic? A lot.

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Survey: Boulder businesses faring better, but long winter ahead

Survey: Boulder businesses faring better, but long winter ahead

Friday, December 18, 2020
30% of local workforce likely to stay working remotely post-pandemic

Read more Survey: Boulder businesses faring better, but long winter ahead

Voter-approved aid could lift struggling Boulderites

Voter-approved aid could lift struggling Boulderites

Friday, December 18, 2020
Rent, utilities top list of needs for low-income residents

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It’s been 11 years since Boulder voters turned down a local tax

It’s been 11 years since Boulder voters turned down a local tax

Thursday, December 17, 2020
Last measure rejected at the ballot was 2009 funding for affordable housing

Read more It’s been 11 years since Boulder voters turned down a local tax

City: Boulder cops collected cans to raise cash for new bomb truck

City: Boulder cops collected cans to raise cash for new bomb truck

Friday, December 11, 2020
Private fundraising not uncommon in small to mid-size cities, officers say

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Boulder’s Wonderland Lake becomes wildlife sanctuary in name only

Boulder’s Wonderland Lake becomes wildlife sanctuary in name only

Saturday, December 5, 2020
Toothless renaming is 'dangerous' for wildlife, land preservation experts say

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Boulder averaged 89% turnout in 2020 general election

Boulder averaged 89% turnout in 2020 general election

Saturday, November 28, 2020
Boulder County boasts 90% turnout; Louisville precincts lead

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In a first, Boulder landmarks Dushanbe Teahouse interior

In a first, Boulder landmarks Dushanbe Teahouse interior

Friday, November 20, 2020
Interpretation of code to cover interiors won't set precedent, council argues

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CU, city draw closer on annexation. Will Boulder come along?

CU, city draw closer on annexation. Will Boulder come along?

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
City needs land for flood protection, but residents remain opposed to development

Read more CU, city draw closer on annexation. Will Boulder come along?

‘Record new territory’ as COVID spreads through Boulder County

‘Record new territory’ as COVID spreads through Boulder County

Friday, November 13, 2020
County's top health official urges residents to stay home, stops short of order

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Boulder lowers thresholds for daytime winter sheltering

Boulder lowers thresholds for daytime winter sheltering

Thursday, November 5, 2020
Boulder Shelter will stay open when daytime temps drop below 20 degrees

Read more Boulder lowers thresholds for daytime winter sheltering

Boulder’s police oversight panel shrinks, but suggested name sticks

Boulder’s police oversight panel shrinks, but suggested name sticks

Thursday, November 5, 2020
Civilian group will be seated by community members, reviewed by council

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Xcel deal maintains lead Wednesday as more Boulder ballots are counted

Xcel deal maintains lead Wednesday as more Boulder ballots are counted

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Tightest local race shows 53% in favor of franchise as of early Wednesday

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By wide margin, Boulderites seem ready to pick their own mayor

By wide margin, Boulderites seem ready to pick their own mayor

Tuesday, November 3, 2020
In early returns, 2E proves most popular measure of consequence

Read more By wide margin, Boulderites seem ready to pick their own mayor

Boulder extends outdoor dining, West Pearl closure through February

Boulder extends outdoor dining, West Pearl closure through February

Saturday, October 10, 2020
In bid to save restaurants, city will keep outdoor dining options open

Read more Boulder extends outdoor dining, West Pearl closure through February

Boulder ballot issue 2E: Direct Election of the Mayor

Boulder ballot issue 2E: Direct Election of the Mayor

Thursday, October 8, 2020
Should Boulder voters pick the mayor via a form of ranked choice voting known as instant runoff?

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Muni 101: A Glossary

Muni 101: A Glossary

Friday, September 11, 2020
Helpful definitions for navigating a complex topic

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Boulder 101: The Muni

Boulder 101: The Muni

Thursday, September 10, 2020
10 years of history and arguments for/against a city-owned utility or a deal with Xcel

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Boulder’s 2021 budget is 7.7% smaller, with 70 fewer jobs

Boulder’s 2021 budget is 7.7% smaller, with 70 fewer jobs

Friday, September 4, 2020
Police budget, staff largely unchanged; transportation cut by 30%

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Boulder ballot measure 2F: Arts Commission expansion

Boulder ballot measure 2F: Arts Commission expansion

Monday, August 31, 2020
Why you might (and might not) want to add 2 members to this grant-giving group

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Citizens’ fight to make Boulder ballot heads to state Supreme Court

Citizens’ fight to make Boulder ballot heads to state Supreme Court

Saturday, August 22, 2020
Bedrooms Are For People attempting to gain ballot access after city gave bad info

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Volunteers intercede to stop sweeps of downtown Boulder encampments

Volunteers intercede to stop sweeps of downtown Boulder encampments

Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Police asked community to pressure council; no tit-for-tat, city says

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Boulder police officer under investigation for social media posts

Boulder police officer under investigation for social media posts

Friday, August 7, 2020
Waylon Lolotai has faced multiple allegations of excessive use of force

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No, Boulder is not going to build THAT at CU South

No, Boulder is not going to build THAT at CU South

Thursday, August 6, 2020
Daily Camera ads paint picture its sponsors say is not reflective of reality

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Xcel, Boulder settlement: What’s in it?

Xcel, Boulder settlement: What’s in it?

Saturday, August 1, 2020
Deal would end 10-year effort for city utility; promises renewables, upgrades

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Xcel, Boulder reach muni-ending deal for voters to weigh this fall

Xcel, Boulder reach muni-ending deal for voters to weigh this fall

Tuesday, July 28, 2020
City will get say in local planning, measurable emissions reduction goals

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Boulder ballot issue 2B: No Eviction Without Representation

Boulder ballot issue 2B: No Eviction Without Representation

Saturday, July 25, 2020
Why you may (or may not) want to vote for right-to-counsel and rental assistance

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Without more cash, muni go/no-go vote will be pushed to 2022

Without more cash, muni go/no-go vote will be pushed to 2022

Friday, July 17, 2020
Staff: Final cost estimates won't be known for another two years

Read more Without more cash, muni go/no-go vote will be pushed to 2022

Boulder boards, staff split on homeless response

Boulder boards, staff split on homeless response

Friday, July 10, 2020
Housing, human services groups recommend safe parking, camping

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Opinion: Naropa needs to face the skeleton in the closet

Opinion: Naropa needs to face the skeleton in the closet

Friday, June 12, 2020
Survivors of Shambhala sexual violence continue to be 'silenced and shunned'

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Opinion: Boulder leaders call for community conversation on race

Opinion: Boulder leaders call for community conversation on race

Friday, June 12, 2020
Initiative will 'help Boulder explore the pain of our differences and the beauty of our true belonging'

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Friday night in Boulder: Demonstrations and dining downtown

Friday night in Boulder: Demonstrations and dining downtown

Saturday, May 30, 2020
90 gather for peaceful kneel-in; dozens patronize Pearl Street eateries

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Analysis: Boulder’s pandemic petitioning boondoggle

Analysis: Boulder’s pandemic petitioning boondoggle

Friday, May 15, 2020
Which of council's arguments, actions are legit, and which are bullshit?

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Boulder landmarks Marpa House over objections of sexual abuse survivors

Boulder landmarks Marpa House over objections of sexual abuse survivors

Friday, May 8, 2020
In first, city will recognize 'negative' history of property under Shambhala ownership

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Projected Boulder budget shortfall widens to $41M

Projected Boulder budget shortfall widens to $41M

Saturday, May 2, 2020
CU economists predict W-shaped recovery related to future COVID surge

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Boulder could face $10M budget shortfall due to COVID

Boulder could face $10M budget shortfall due to COVID

Saturday, April 4, 2020
Reserves, excess funds unlikely to cover decrease in sales tax

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Boulder says no — for now — to rent holiday for businesses, renters

Boulder says no — for now — to rent holiday for businesses, renters

Saturday, March 28, 2020
Commercial, residential landlords agree to avoid eviction during COVID crisis

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Boulder extends homeless sheltering amid COVID outbreak

Boulder extends homeless sheltering amid COVID outbreak

Friday, March 27, 2020
1 confirmed case among unhoused, but many not being tested

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Boulder city council gets back to business amid stay-at-home order

Boulder city council gets back to business amid stay-at-home order

Monday, March 23, 2020
On Tuesday's agenda: COVID update, eviction protections and rejiggered workplan

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Boulder County COVID cases rise from 7 to 36 in one week

Boulder County COVID cases rise from 7 to 36 in one week

Monday, March 16, 2020
Health official: Boulder County coronavirus spread likely 50X higher than reported

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Analysis: Preferred design might not be feasible for flood mitigation at CU South

Analysis: Preferred design might not be feasible for flood mitigation at CU South

Friday, February 21, 2020
Smaller storm protection emerging as most cost-efficient, environmentally friendly option

Read more Analysis: Preferred design might not be feasible for flood mitigation at CU South

Boulder looks to undo density-lowering move from 1995 on University Hill

Boulder looks to undo density-lowering move from 1995 on University Hill

Saturday, February 15, 2020
Overlay zone, 1 of 4 in city, restricts redevelopment to single-family homes

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Boulder’s city, county leaders talk taxes, wages

Boulder’s city, county leaders talk taxes, wages

Friday, February 14, 2020
Strong support for higher wages as tax increases for affordable housing, transportation seem all but certain

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Land swap on the table for flood mitigation at CU South

Land swap on the table for flood mitigation at CU South

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
To make land buildable would increase project costs even as protection shrinks

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Boulder says no to e-scooters, for now

Boulder says no to e-scooters, for now

Saturday, February 1, 2020
Members push for pilot, but some want more data first

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Want to edit Boulder’s planning bible? Now’s your chance.

Want to edit Boulder’s planning bible? Now’s your chance.

Saturday, February 1, 2020
Public application period open for Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan mid-term update

Read more Want to edit Boulder’s planning bible? Now’s your chance.

City staff: Don’t allow e-scooters in Boulder

City staff: Don’t allow e-scooters in Boulder

Saturday, January 25, 2020
Safety cited in rejection; boards, Chamber push for pilot program

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Officials pledge action as homeless deaths soar in Boulder

Officials pledge action as homeless deaths soar in Boulder

Saturday, December 21, 2019
49 unhoused residents died in past year; councilman vows to try again for all-winter sheltering

Read more Officials pledge action as homeless deaths soar in Boulder

Boulder adds 179-acre open space property eyed since 1967

Boulder adds 179-acre open space property eyed since 1967

Thursday, December 19, 2019
$8M Shanahan Ranch purchase 'last hurrah' for acquisition fund as focus shifts to maintenance

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To find out how much the muni will cost, Boulder will need more time — and money

To find out how much the muni will cost, Boulder will need more time — and money

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Staff, council start asking not if city can form an electric utility, but if it should given state, Xcel progress

Read more To find out how much the muni will cost, Boulder will need more time — and money

Should Boulder do away with sales tax on groceries?

Should Boulder do away with sales tax on groceries?

Saturday, November 30, 2019
Food tax rebates under-utilized by low-income earners, but policy changes would be costly for city

Read more Should Boulder do away with sales tax on groceries?

Boulder’s 2019 annexation highlight disparities in home values

Boulder’s 2019 annexation highlight disparities in home values

Saturday, November 23, 2019
117 properties worth an average $1M were added to the city last year. Nearly half are worth less than $10K.

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Climate change tops Boulder’s 2020 lobbying agenda

Climate change tops Boulder’s 2020 lobbying agenda

Sunday, November 17, 2019
City to push for plastics ban, immigration reform

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Police oversight in Boulder: Where we are and where we might be going

Police oversight in Boulder: Where we are and where we might be going

Saturday, October 26, 2019
Council provide direction for auditor/monitor model; public hearing and final vote Oct. 29

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Asunto 2H – Extension del impuesto a las ventas y al uso para espacios al aire libre y Long’s Gardens

Asunto 2H – Extension del impuesto a las ventas y al uso para espacios al aire libre y Long’s Gardens

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Jueves, 24 de octubre de 2019 SIN RECAUDAR IMPUESTOS ADICIONALES, ¿SE DEBERÁ EXTENDER EL IMPUESTO A LAS VENTAS Y AL USO EXISTENTE DE LA CIUDAD DE 0.15 CENTAVOS PARA PROPÓSITOS DE TRANSPORTE, APROBADO POR LOS VOTANTES MEDIANTE LA ORDENANZA NRO. 7913, MÁS ALLÁ DE LA FECHA DE VENCIMIENTO ACTUAL DEL 31 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2019…

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Asunto 2I – Imposición de un programa de vivienda para familias de ingresos medios

Asunto 2I – Imposición de un programa de vivienda para familias de ingresos medios

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Jueves, 24 de octubre de 2019 ¿DEBERÁ AUMENTAR LA DEUDA DE LA CIUDAD DE BOULDER UNA CANTIDAD QUE NO EXCEDA LOS $10,000,000, CON UN COSTO DE DEVOLUCIÓN MÁXIMO QUE NO EXCEDA LOS $15,000,000, SIN AUMENTAR IMPUESTOS, PARA DISPONER PARA UN PROGRAMA DE ASISTENCIA A LA VIVIENDA QUE INCLUIRÁ RESTRICCIONES SOBRE ESCRITURAS ACCESIBLES PERMANENTEMENTE Y HARÁ…

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Asunto 2G – Impuesto sobre productos vaporizadores de tabaco

Asunto 2G – Impuesto sobre productos vaporizadores de tabaco

Thursday, October 24, 2019
Jueves, 24 de octubre de 2019 ¿DEBERÁN AUMENTAR LOS IMPUESTOS DE LA CIUDAD DE BOULDER DOS MILLONES QUINIENTOS MIL DÓLARES (AUMENTO EN EL PRIMER AÑO FISCAL COMPLETO) ANUALMENTE A TRAVÉS DE LA IMPOSICIÓN DE UN IMPUESTO A LAS VENTAS Y AL USO DE HASTA EL 40% AL PRECIO DE VENTA AL MENUDEO DE TODOS LOS…

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Andy Celani: Mantén a Boulder siendo Boulder

Andy Celani: Mantén a Boulder siendo Boulder

Monday, October 21, 2019
Vendedor de autos usados ??retirado. Dice 'No' a más viviendas, bicicletas; 'Sí' al espacio abierto

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Ballot issue 2G – Tax on tobacco vaping products

Ballot issue 2G – Tax on tobacco vaping products

Friday, October 18, 2019
Should Boulderites tax vaping products to help discourage teen use?

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Ballot issue 2I – Imposition of a middle-income housing program

Ballot issue 2I – Imposition of a middle-income housing program

Friday, October 18, 2019
Should Boulder use a $10M line of credit to help ~100 middle-class families buy homes?

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Bob Yates realmente quiere ser reelecto ¿Su promesa? ‘Más de lo mismo’

Bob Yates realmente quiere ser reelecto ¿Su promesa? ‘Más de lo mismo’

Friday, October 18, 2019
Un concejal que trae mucha pasión y paciencia en su intento por un segundo mandato

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Nikki McCord quiere que Boulder se sienta cómoda con el cambio

Nikki McCord quiere que Boulder se sienta cómoda con el cambio

Friday, October 18, 2019
Consultor, excabildero se compromete a agregar viviendas asequibles, evita otros problemas

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Opinion: Colorado Journalism Needs Public Support

Opinion: Colorado Journalism Needs Public Support

Sunday, October 13, 2019
State has lost nearly 1 out of every 5 newspapers since 2004

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Andy Celani: Keep Boulder Boulder

Andy Celani: Keep Boulder Boulder

Sunday, October 13, 2019
Retired used car salesman says no to more housing, bikes; yes to open space

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Nikki McCord wants Boulder to get comfortable with change

Nikki McCord wants Boulder to get comfortable with change

Friday, October 11, 2019
Consultant, former lobbyist pledges to add affordable housing, eschews other issues

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Mark Wallach: En lo que respecta al gobierno de Boulder, ‘más lento es más inteligente’

Mark Wallach: En lo que respecta al gobierno de Boulder, ‘más lento es más inteligente’

Friday, October 11, 2019
Un desarrollador urbano retirado que, a pesar de la retórica anterior, exige un discurso tranquilo y racional

Read more Mark Wallach: En lo que respecta al gobierno de Boulder, ‘más lento es más inteligente’

Susan Peterson: Proteger el legado ambiental de Boulder ‘a cualquier precio’

Susan Peterson: Proteger el legado ambiental de Boulder ‘a cualquier precio’

Friday, October 11, 2019
12 años después de su primer intento, un defensor de crecimiento lento busca una segunda oportunidad en el concejo municipal

Read more Susan Peterson: Proteger el legado ambiental de Boulder ‘a cualquier precio’

Rachel Friend: Seguir datos concretos e información para guiar el futuro de Boulder

Rachel Friend: Seguir datos concretos e información para guiar el futuro de Boulder

Friday, October 11, 2019
Activista y abogado. Tiene una sólida formación en justicia social. Es una voz consistente para la mitigación de inundaciones

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En la ciudad del ‘No’, Mark McIntyre quiere que los boulderitas digan ‘Sí’

En la ciudad del ‘No’, Mark McIntyre quiere que los boulderitas digan ‘Sí’

Friday, October 11, 2019
Miembro de transporte en la ciudad. Los grupos de reforma electoral buscan una segunda oportunidad en el concejo

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Benita Durán quiere ‘abrir las puertas’ del gobierno de Boulder

Benita Durán quiere ‘abrir las puertas’ del gobierno de Boulder

Friday, October 11, 2019
Exadministrador municipal asistente aporta una gran experiencia en gobierno y en organizaciones sin fines de lucro

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Junie Joseph: Estudiantes, arrendatarios merecen un lugar en la mesa de toma de decisiones de Boulder

Junie Joseph: Estudiantes, arrendatarios merecen un lugar en la mesa de toma de decisiones de Boulder

Friday, October 11, 2019
Exagricultor no proporciona detalles de planes, políticas de vivienda, agenda principal de equidad de estudiante de CU, extrabajador de la ONU

Read more Junie Joseph: Estudiantes, arrendatarios merecen un lugar en la mesa de toma de decisiones de Boulder

Rachel Friend: Follow facts, data to guide Boulder’s future

Rachel Friend: Follow facts, data to guide Boulder’s future

Monday, October 7, 2019
Activist, attorney brings strong social justice background, consistent voice for flood mitigation

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In a ‘no’ town, Mark McIntyre wants Boulderites to say ‘yes’

In a ‘no’ town, Mark McIntyre wants Boulderites to say ‘yes’

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Member of city transportation, election reform groups takes second shot at council

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Mark Wallach: When it comes to Boulder government, ‘slower is smarter’

Mark Wallach: When it comes to Boulder government, ‘slower is smarter’

Saturday, September 28, 2019
Retired developer, despite previous rhetoric, calls for calm, rational discourse

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Benita Duran wants to ‘open the doors’ of Boulder government

Benita Duran wants to ‘open the doors’ of Boulder government

Friday, September 27, 2019
Former assistant city manager brings wealth of government, nonprofit experience

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Susan Peterson: Protect Boulder’s environmental legacy ‘at all costs’

Susan Peterson: Protect Boulder’s environmental legacy ‘at all costs’

Saturday, September 21, 2019
12 years after first attempt, slow-growth advocate takes second crack at city council

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No, Boulder isn’t going to build THAT at Alpine-Balsam

No, Boulder isn’t going to build THAT at Alpine-Balsam

Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Misinformation campaign from neighborhood group disrupts process, staff says; council members praise group's efforts

Read more No, Boulder isn’t going to build THAT at Alpine-Balsam

Boulder ends off-duty police officer services for local ICE contractor

Boulder ends off-duty police officer services for local ICE contractor

Thursday, August 8, 2019
Gunbarrel-based BI Inc. under scrutiny for monitoring of immigrants, asylum seekers

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Council advances tax to raise $3-5M for open space; weighs other funding needs

Council advances tax to raise $3-5M for open space; weighs other funding needs

Thursday, July 25, 2019
Yates, Young: Ballot measure could jeopardize efforts to pay for affordable housing, transportation

Read more Council advances tax to raise $3-5M for open space; weighs other funding needs

Opinion: Council shows its housing hypocrisy on Hogan Pancost

Opinion: Council shows its housing hypocrisy on Hogan Pancost

Friday, July 19, 2019
By keeping cards off the table, council was telling the public, 'Trust us.' When it comes to housing, you shouldn't.

Read more Opinion: Council shows its housing hypocrisy on Hogan Pancost

Boulder pursuing tax, tighter regulations to lower teen vaping rates

Boulder pursuing tax, tighter regulations to lower teen vaping rates

Friday, July 19, 2019
E-cigarette use at Boulder Valley School District among highest in the nation

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Boulder could have flood mitigation options on CU South by year’s end

Boulder could have flood mitigation options on CU South by year’s end

Thursday, July 18, 2019
Council will consider smaller detention, on-site land swap to bring university on board

Read more Boulder could have flood mitigation options on CU South by year’s end

Council fills 2 seats on housing, open space boards

Council fills 2 seats on housing, open space boards

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Open space pick was once removed from chambers for yelling at officials

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Opinion: When will Boulder lead?

Opinion: When will Boulder lead?

Saturday, July 13, 2019
While other U.S. cities innovate with protected bike lanes and housing solutions, Boulder stagnates

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E-scooter sharing at a standstill in Boulder as council passes 9-month moratorium

E-scooter sharing at a standstill in Boulder as council passes 9-month moratorium

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Temporary halt to issuing business licenses will give city time for public outreach, pilot programs

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Boulder reluctantly agrees to explore lethal control for prairie dog crisis

Boulder reluctantly agrees to explore lethal control for prairie dog crisis

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Discussion stretched to nearly 2 a.m. as officials wrestle with balancing public process, urgent action

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Staff: It will cost $5-$7M, take 20-30 years to rid Boulder’s open space ag lands of prairie dogs

Staff: It will cost $5-$7M, take 20-30 years to rid Boulder’s open space ag lands of prairie dogs

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Nearly a quarter of irrigable property occupied; immediate focus for relocation of animals from 100 acres will run $448-$672K

Read more Staff: It will cost $5-$7M, take 20-30 years to rid Boulder’s open space ag lands of prairie dogs

Council will review plans for 147 apartments at Liquor Mart site

Council will review plans for 147 apartments at Liquor Mart site

Sunday, April 21, 2019
May 7 public hearing scheduled; green light given to North Boulder Library plans

Read more Council will review plans for 147 apartments at Liquor Mart site

As Boulder considers upping affordable housing goal, staff aims lower than citizens

As Boulder considers upping affordable housing goal, staff aims lower than citizens

Sunday, March 31, 2019
City still 5-7 years away from reaching 10% goal; millions would be needed to add thousands of extra homes countywide

Read more As Boulder considers upping affordable housing goal, staff aims lower than citizens

Boulder OKs Verizon lease for rec center — with caveats and concerns

Boulder OKs Verizon lease for rec center — with caveats and concerns

Friday, March 22, 2019
Antenna to boost cell service will not include 5G technology, in nod to health, safety anxieties from public

Read more Boulder OKs Verizon lease for rec center — with caveats and concerns

Boulder seeks outside look at police confrontation of unarmed black student; moves to form citizen task force

Boulder seeks outside look at police confrontation of unarmed black student; moves to form citizen task force

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Dozens call for creation of civilian oversight board with "broad-reaching power and binding rulings" during special Monday hearing

Read more Boulder seeks outside look at police confrontation of unarmed black student; moves to form citizen task force

7% of Boulder County’s homeless find housing in first year of new approach

7% of Boulder County’s homeless find housing in first year of new approach

Sunday, March 17, 2019
Nearly half of successful "exits" are relocations; further sheltering consolidation eyed as 200 await permanent housing

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CDOT, Boulder working on joint statement for city’s flood work

CDOT, Boulder working on joint statement for city’s flood work

Saturday, March 16, 2019
Without state approval, floodwall will have to be built on open space, staff says

Read more CDOT, Boulder working on joint statement for city’s flood work

Boulder city council sets agenda for special meeting on racism

Boulder city council sets agenda for special meeting on racism

Friday, March 15, 2019
City leaders to come out from behind the dais for "community conversation"

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No online petitions in Boulder elections until at least 2020

No online petitions in Boulder elections until at least 2020

Friday, March 15, 2019
City council advances tighter rules on campaign spending, advertising

Read more No online petitions in Boulder elections until at least 2020

Nearly 650 rally for civilian checks on Boulder cops

Nearly 650 rally for civilian checks on Boulder cops

Friday, March 8, 2019
Demonstrators call for creation of civilian oversight board; city council plans special meeting to address racism

Read more Nearly 650 rally for civilian checks on Boulder cops

Boulder looks to launch $250K grant for arts, culture facilities

Boulder looks to launch $250K grant for arts, culture facilities

Sunday, March 3, 2019
Money could be used for projects, events, operations: anything that 'improves public use'

Read more Boulder looks to launch $250K grant for arts, culture facilities

Boulder leaders: Citizens should lead push to extend vote to teens, non-citizens

Boulder leaders: Citizens should lead push to extend vote to teens, non-citizens

Sunday, February 24, 2019
City council supportive of wholesale gender-inclusion language changes to "outdated" city charter

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Mobile homes cost $72K, on average, in Boulder

Mobile homes cost $72K, on average, in Boulder

Sunday, February 24, 2019
Residents fear gentrification; city searches for ways to improve infrastructure, preserve affordability

Read more Mobile homes cost $72K, on average, in Boulder

City council OKs two annexations in east Boulder

City council OKs two annexations in east Boulder

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Cherryvale property stirs debate about building in floodplain

Read more City council OKs two annexations in east Boulder

Seats still open on 6 Boulder boards and commissions

Seats still open on 6 Boulder boards and commissions

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Application period will stay open until people apply, mayor says

Read more Seats still open on 6 Boulder boards and commissions

Crime is increasing in Boulder — and people are noticing

Crime is increasing in Boulder — and people are noticing

Thursday, January 24, 2019
Police reports up 7% since 2016, but public overestimates increase

Read more Crime is increasing in Boulder — and people are noticing

Council again delays go/no-go vote on Hill hotel, parking development

Council again delays go/no-go vote on Hill hotel, parking development

Tuesday, January 22, 2019
City to seek third-party verification of developers' stated $6M funding gap

Read more Council again delays go/no-go vote on Hill hotel, parking development

Boulder council debates staff’s role in policy making

Boulder council debates staff’s role in policy making

Saturday, January 19, 2019
Plus head tax, paid council assistants and custodial workers

Read more Boulder council debates staff’s role in policy making

Eyeing ‘excess of jobs,’ councilwoman revives head tax proposal

Eyeing ‘excess of jobs,’ councilwoman revives head tax proposal

Thursday, January 10, 2019
Workers, businesses would pay; move would correct imbalance, proponents say

Read more Eyeing ‘excess of jobs,’ councilwoman revives head tax proposal

Development, housing likely to top council agenda in 2019

Development, housing likely to top council agenda in 2019

Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Critical boards get sharp rebuke from elected officials

Read more Development, housing likely to top council agenda in 2019

Why we’re here

Why we’re here

Tuesday, January 8, 2019
An apology.

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A new way to news

A new way to news

Monday, December 31, 2018
Things have changed. Shouldn't your news?

Read more A new way to news