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Cashing in on Open Space

Cashing in on Open Space

The following testimony was offered to City Council by Prof. Bartlett June 5, 2012 Boulder City Council Dear Friends, From the things I have read in the Camera, the big bike race that is proposed to end in the City Open Space on [...]

This Law Cannot Be Repealed

This Law Cannot Be Repealed

Recent news stories have told about the Boulder City Council acting to reduce speaking times from 3 minutes to 2 minutes for citizens wishing to address the Council at public meetings. This is a symptom of a deep illness, yet the reports [...]

Greenbelts are for Children

Greenbelts are for Children

Mavis and Bob McKelvey were a close knit team as they worked to establish the Blue Line (1959) and later the Greenbelt-Open Space Program (1967). Bob was the public speaker and organizer; Mavis operated behind the scenes, offering advice, [...]