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Boulder Beat’s 5 favorite stories of the past 5 years - Prairie dogs did not make the cut The post Boulder Beat’s 5 favorite stories of the past 5 years appeared first on Boulder
Opinion: Boulder’s biggest B.S. moments of the past 5 years - A panoply of poppycock The post Opinion: Boulder’s biggest B.S. moments of the past 5 years appeared first on
Boulder Beat’s best community-contributed content - Local news from readers like you The post Boulder Beat’s best community-contributed content appeared first on
Video: CU students camp overnight to secure housing in Boulder - 'It just keeps getting harder' The post Video: CU students camp overnight to secure housing in Boulder appeared first on
Opinion: Yes on 302 – Prioritize kids’ safety around schools and paths - Safe Zones 4 Kids puts distance between our children and dangerous items The post Opinion: Yes on 302 – Prioritize kids’ safety around schools and paths appeared
Opinion: No on 302 – Boulder cannot displace its way out of homelessness - Safe Zones will not change city's policy or approach, opponents say The post Opinion: No on 302 – Boulder cannot displace its way out of homelessness appeared first
Opinion: Yes on 2A – A win for arts and a win for all Boulderites - Extension would not raise taxes or cut services, advocates say The post Opinion: Yes on 2A – A win for arts and a win for all Boulderites appeared first on
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Opinion: No on 2A – Restricted funding limits Boulder’s financial flexibility - Collected comments from former elected officials and a City Council gadfly The post Opinion: No on 2A – Restricted funding limits Boulder’s financial flexibility appeared
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Opinion: 1B will fund desperately needed affordable housing without raising taxes - Housing crisis fuels economic, environmental and social problems, advocates note The post Opinion: 1B will fund desperately needed affordable housing without raising taxes
A 10-minute guide to candidates for Boulder City Council, mayor and school board - The quick-and-dirty on local candidates The post A 10-minute guide to candidates for Boulder City Council, mayor and school board appeared
A 10-minute guide to city, county and state ballot measures - Quick-and-dirty details on local issues The post A 10-minute guide to city, county and state ballot measures appeared first on
A 5-minute guide to Boulder City Council + Mayor candidates - The least info possible to still make an informed decision The post A 5-minute guide to Boulder City Council + Mayor candidates appeared first on
Who’s backing who (and how much are they spending) in the 2023 Boulder elections? - Candidate slates and campaign finance, explained The post Who’s backing who (and how much are they spending) in the 2023 Boulder elections?
Boulder Beat voter guide 2023: Anatomy of election coverage - How Boulder Beat covers candidates and ballot measures The post Boulder Beat voter guide 2023: Anatomy of election coverage appeared first on
City of Boulder Ballot Question 302: Safe Zones 4 Kids - Ballot measure won’t change Boulder’s approach to encampment removals, city officials say The post City of Boulder Ballot Question 302: Safe Zones 4 Kids
City of Boulder Ballot Issue 2A: City Sales and Use Tax Extension (and arts funding) - Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2023 Ballot language WITHOUT RAISING ADDITIONAL TAXES, SHALL THE EXISTING 0.15 CENT CITY SALES AND USE TAX FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES, APPROVED BY THE VOTERS BY ORDINANCE 7300, BE EXTENDED BEYOND THE CURRENT EXPIRATION DATE OF DECEMBER
Boulder County Ballot Issue 1A: Open Space Sales and Use Tax Extension and Revenue Change - Should we keep paying a 0.05% sales tax to fund (primarily) the acquisition of open space? The post Boulder County Ballot Issue 1A: Open Space Sales and Use
Boulder County Ballot Issue 1B: Affordable Housing Tax Extension and Revenue Change - Should Boulder County keep paying a sales tax to fund affordable housing? The post Boulder County Ballot Issue 1B: Affordable Housing Tax Extension and Revenue
City of Boulder Ballot Question 2B – Elections Administrative Charter Cleanup - Should Boulder allow more time to gather and process petition signatures? The post City of Boulder Ballot Question 2B – Elections Administrative Charter Cleanup
Boulder has ‘taken a wrong turn.’ Terri Brncic wants to ‘get it back on track’ - Mom motivated to run by encampments, propane tank explosion near Boulder High The post Boulder has ‘taken a wrong turn.’ Terri Brncic wants to ‘get it back on
Jenny Robins: Boulder should support families by supporting kids - Scout leader wants to establish teen center with mental health services The post Jenny Robins: Boulder should support families by supporting kids appeared first on
Aaron Gabriel Neyer leans into regenerative relationships to solve Boulder’s climate, housing troubles - Former Google software engineer doesn’t have all the answers but ‘can be part of a team’ The post Aaron Gabriel Neyer leans into regenerative relationships to
Jacques Decalo: Bring back the ‘golden standard’ of environmentalism - Youngest candidate wants Boulder to be ‘the most sustainable city in the world’ The post Jacques Decalo: Bring back the ‘golden standard’ of
Silas Atkins takes on Boulder’s political establishment with idealism, lived experience - Renter, para-educator believes meeting basic needs are key to city’s success The post Silas Atkins takes on Boulder’s political establishment with idealism, lived
Waylon Lewis wants to make Boulder fun again - Well-known local publisher is running on an ‘anti-conflict’ platform The post Waylon Lewis wants to make Boulder fun again appeared first on
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Ryan Schuchard wants to save lives, money and the planet through better transportation - Transportation Advisory Board member only candidate endorsed by Run on Climate The post Ryan Schuchard wants to save lives, money and the planet through better
Tara Winer has settled into the realities of governing - Councilwoman is running for re-election on a platform of public safety The post Tara Winer has settled into the realities of governing appeared first on
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Tina Marquis: To meet Boulder’s challenges, ‘we need to lead together’ - Former school board president has focus on family housing The post Tina Marquis: To meet Boulder’s challenges, ‘we need to lead together’ appeared first on
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Taishya Adams has a vision for Boulder’s ‘just and joyous’ future - Equity and environment underpin platform for the only council candidate of color The post Taishya Adams has a vision for Boulder’s ‘just and joyous’ future
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City Council gives first OK to new rules for police watchdogs — ignoring concerns from current oversight group - Rewritten ordinance gives city manager the power to pick, remove panelists The post City Council gives first OK to new rules for police watchdogs — ignoring concerns from
Picking Boulder’s mayor: How, why and what does it change? - How to use ranked choice voting and how candidates view the role The post Picking Boulder’s mayor: How, why and what does it change? appeared first on
Aaron Brockett is ‘already on the ground running’ as Boulder’s mayor - After 8 years on City Council, mayor has a long list of accomplishments The post Aaron Brockett is ‘already on the ground running’ as Boulder’s mayor
Nicole Speer is tired of ‘nibbling at the edges’ of Boulder’s big problems - Two-year councilwoman rejects ‘status quo’ leadership of more experienced peers The post Nicole Speer is tired of ‘nibbling at the edges’ of Boulder’s big
Bob Yates struggles to lead from the bottom - Changing political scene makes for strange bedfellows, shifting priorities The post Bob Yates struggles to lead from the bottom appeared first on
Paul Tweedlie: Boulder’s self-proclaimed best fisherman runs for mayor - Scotsman wants to ‘preserve the town’ for future generations The post Paul Tweedlie: Boulder’s self-proclaimed best fisherman runs for mayor appeared first on
Homelessness in Boulder: What’s new, what’s working — and what’s left to do - 6 takeaways ahead of next week’s city council discussion The post Homelessness in Boulder: What’s new, what’s working — and what’s left to do appeared
By the numbers: What’s getting built in Boulder? - More than half of new apartments built since 2010 are designated affordable The post By the numbers: What’s getting built in Boulder? appeared first on
Guest opinion: Boulder’s first fully protected intersection inspires celebration, caution - 30th and Colorado design runs counter to 'Effective Cycling' principles, Ray Keener writes The post Guest opinion: Boulder’s first fully protected intersection
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Boulder’s leaders make late push on housing policy — and it’s a big one - Changes to zoning, inclusionary housing programs will be put to a vote this fall The post Boulder’s leaders make late push on housing policy — and it’s a big one
Letters to the Editor: Election events + Prairie dogs - Neighbors give feedback to OSMP; residents invited to candidate forums The post Letters to the Editor: Election events + Prairie dogs appeared first on
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Boulder releases $514.8M budget for 2024 - City spending increases slightly, but staff warns of dwindling sales tax The post Boulder releases $514.8M budget for 2024 appeared first on
A People’s History of Louisville and Superior - The story of these Boulder County towns is one of survival — sometimes The post A People’s History of Louisville and Superior appeared first on