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“Right sizing” good in principle, but council process failed

“Right sizing” good in principle, but council process failed By Andy Schultheiss POSTED: 07/14/2015 06:34:49 PM MDT | UPDATED: ABOUT 8 HOURS AGO This artist rendering shows what Folsom Street will look like after crews “right-size” the road, which includes removing two vehicle lanes, adding a shared turn lane and widening the bike lanes. (Courtesy…

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Andy Schultheiss: 7 Ways to Make Boulder Even Better

By the people By Andy Schultheiss, Executive Director, Open Boulder As soon as I became the public face of Open Boulder, people began asking me how they — with their busy lives filled with work, play, and family – could lend a hand to their city and county. This, after all, is one of Open…

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Open Boulder letter to City Council

January 23, 2015 Dear Mayor and Members of Council, As you may know, Open Boulder is a new community organization in Boulder with a goal of increasing public participation in local government decisions. On the occasion of your annual retreat, we would like to provide some brief input on matters of interest to our members.…

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Opening the conversation on Boulder’s future

Opening the conversation on Boulder’s future By Chris Ozeroff and Jessica Yates POSTED: 10/19/2014 01:00:00 AM MDT Erica Meltzer’s Oct. 11 article “Boulder Junction symbolic of divide over building boom” gives a very good account of the differing schools of thought on Boulder’s future that have long simmered and last month boiled over into controversy…

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Chris Ozeroff: Column didn’t reflect reality

Chris Ozeroff: Column didn’t reflect reality By Chris Ozeroff POSTED: 07/14/2014 01:00:00 AM MDT Steve Pomerance’s July 5 column laments a citizens’ planning process in the ’90s that supposedly showed “overwhelming” support for sharply limiting growth (including jobs) in Boulder, yet was not followed by the city. Pomerance calls for a new process, which he…

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