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Boulder Weekly | The Ghosts of Valmont Butte


“Ever since the city of Boulder purchased its Valmont Butte property, city taxpayers have been picking up the tab to pay for the environmental sins committed by more than a century’s worth of long-departed users at the site. And that tab may be getting bigger as more ghosts from the property’s past continue to reveal themselves.”

Read the entire article at the Boulder Weekly: The ghosts of Valmont Butte.

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