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The inaugural edition of "Chats with Council" — a pilot series of nine events meant to encourage conversation between the public and their elected... [Read More]
Boulder's City Council made it official on Tuesday: Paid parking and free shuttles at Chautauqua Park will continue for at least another five years. [Read More]
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The Boulder City Council moved Tuesday night to at least double the current fee commercial developers pay into the city's affordable housing fund. [Read More]
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In the wake of the recent massacre at a high school in Parkland, Fla., Boulder will consider banning assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks. [Read More]
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Boulder has completed its purchase of Hogan-Pancost in an effort to put an end to the three decades of controversy and neighborhood anxiety over proposed... [Read More]
In the wake of the recent massacre at a high school in Parkland, Fla., Boulder will consider banning assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and bump... [Read More]
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In the wake of the recent massacre at a high school in Parkland, Fla., Boulder will consider banning assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and bump... [Read More]
The Boulder City Council will revisit on Tuesday the question of how much money commercial developers should be required to pay into the city's... [Read More]
The committee hearing for the Colorado Right to Rest Act, a bill that proposes to decriminalize various behaviors associated with homelessness, has been delayed,... [Read More]
Boulder leaders have resolved to "improve how the city communicates and engages the community about its energy future" — a topic that's inspired significant interest... [Read More]
What is the Right to Rest Act?The bill, which is being introduced at the Capitol next week, takes aim at the criminalization of homelessness in... [Read More]
What is the Right to Rest Act?The bill, which is being introduced at the Capitol next week, takes aim at the criminalization of homelessness in... [Read More]
Attention Homes, the Boulder nonprofit that works with homeless and at-risk youth and young adults, has announced that Executive Director Claire Clurman is stepping down,... [Read More]
Boulder is primed to spend $5 million to purchase the Hogan-Pancost property, so that the city can control the fate of its 22 acres instead... [Read More]
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