City Beat

Library district, fancy fire station, and more

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What happened at Tuesday’s City Council meeting?

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is...

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Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is a go, and affordable housing is on the way

Little fires everywhere, outdoor dining here to stay

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Tourists, residents and workers loved Boulder’s pandemic-prompted proliferation of al fresco dining. That’s according to a survey of 836 people from earlier this year...

Racial equity, a settlement for Seth Franco, and no rebates for...

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Boulder has a racial equity tool—But it’s too white to use it Boulder loves a grand plan, and there was perhaps none grander than its...

Finally, some decisions on the library district

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After four years of campaigning and haggling over little details, Boulder City Council on Tuesday night voted 6-3 to form a library district that...

Council contends with even year elections and COVID infections

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Local elections may move to even years, but how and when is TBD. Assuming voters give it a green light, Boulderites could soon be electing...

Increased climate tax and police reform

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To combat increasing wildfires, Boulder will ask for increased climate tax Boulder is proposing a new $6.5 million annual tax on natural gas and electricity...

Big wins for gun control, but business as usual for unhoused...

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Boulder’s $3M plan to remove homeless camp (still) not working One year after approving $2.86 million in new spending for cops, park rangers and a...