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Tuesday November 19th 2019

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‘Call to Action’ Archives

Colorado Citizen-Funded Campaigns, a Threshold to Colorado’s Future

Colorado Citizen-Funded Campaigns, a Threshold to Colorado’s Future

We are on the threshold of the most significant opportunity to help level the political playing field since two-thirds of Colorado’s men voted to amend our state’s constitution to give women the right to vote in 1893. Initiative #53, which [...]

Write City Council to Support SmartRegs!

Write City Council to Support SmartRegs!

SmartRegs is a potential city policy that will create minimum standards for energy efficiency in rental units, such as sealing gaps in windows, installing programmable thermostats, low-flow shower heads and insulation. SmartRegs has already [...]

Boulder Community Tool Library, Why Buy When You Can Borrow?

Boulder Community Tool Library, Why Buy When You Can Borrow?

If you’re a homeowner, you’ve undoubtedly faced a few repair projects over the years … a leaky faucet, a clogged toilet, or perhaps a broken fence post.  And being the proud ‘do-it-yourselfer’ that you are, you’ve promptly trundled off [...]

New Resolutions

New Resolutions

By now, most of us have forgotten our New Year’s Resolutions and are consumed by the ongoing fray of our daily lives.  I write today to urge people to take on a NEW RESOLUTION that will actually make a difference- take action now to significantly [...]

Cuts? What Cuts?

Cuts?  What Cuts?

Attend the BVSD budget fora on the upcoming budget cuts. Learn what kids' programs are on the chopping block. What are the implications for BVSD's facilities?  Find out which administrative cuts are in the plan. See our Community Calendar for [...]

Add Your Voice to the Comp Plan Revisions

Add Your Voice to the Comp Plan Revisions

Despite the rather gloomy predictions by the Blue Line's  Steve Pomerance of the value of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, not participating is not an option.  The vacuum created by your absence will be exploited by folks on all sides of the [...]

Boards and Commissions

Boards and Commissions

The deadline to apply for an appointment to one of the city's boards and commissions is fast approaching. We need thoughtful, progressive representatives on the boards. See the city's website for more information.

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