Tag: city of boulder

Old school

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It took me a while to notice the building that sits quietly on 19th and Walnut.  I walked, biked and jogged past it countless times...

Gov’t watch: Jan. 10, 2024

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Boulder City Council Council’s Jan. 11 meeting will include:  • A presentation and discussion of 2023 Community Survey Results. The last survey was in 2023 and...

BoCo, briefly: Jan. 10, 2024

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Lisa Sweeney-Miran sues City of Boulder claiming free speech violations Former Police Oversight Panel member Lisa Sweeney-Miran claimed in a lawsuit filed Jan. 9 that...

Gov’t watch: Jan. 3, 2024

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Boulder City Council Council will hear the results of the 2023 Community Survey, a comprehensive poll that measures citizens’ satisfaction on a number of issues....

5 stories to watch in 2024

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1.) Boulder County’s transportation future With the recent big announcement about the long-pined for Front Range passenger rail, transportation is getting some traction and attention....

BW’s Top 10 news stories of 2023

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1. Homelessness Once again, the homelessness crisis was top of mind for many. It was a noteworthy year for many reasons, good and bad. Student homelessness...

‘Find a way’

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Annie Montelione is driving with her head out of the window. The black air billowing outside means she can’t see through the windshield of...

Helping themselves

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The City of Boulder and Boulder County have offered some level of emergency preparedness training for many years. But the classes don’t necessarily have...

Iris for all

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Gary Sprung, Michael Le Desma and Kurt NordbackOn behalf of Community Cycles In his op-ed, (“Street Wise”, Nov. 30) Richard Kiefer opined that the best...

Mo money, mo problems

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In just a few weeks, anyone who works at Guardian Storage’s two North Boulder locations — from company employees down to contractors who scrub...

Street Wise

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The City of Boulder is now planning a major upgrade to Iris Avenue between 28th Street and Broadway, with the design to be completed...

Now you know: Nov. 21, 2023

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The turkey lives Gov. Jarden Polis performed four official turkey pardons for the first time in Colorado history on Nov. 20. The ceremony has a long...