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Poll: Boulder’s Next Mayor

Poll: Boulder’s Next Mayor

On Tuesday evening, November 17th, the new Boulder City Council will elect a mayor. Three council members have offered to serve:  Matt Appelbaum, Suzanne Jones and Lisa Morzel. If you were on council, who would you choose? We're hosting a poll to [...]

Blue Line Poll: Is the Sky the Limit in Boulder?

Blue Line Poll: Is the Sky the Limit in Boulder?

The Municipal Building (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/2j8dH6) At a PLAN-Boulder County forum on November 10, 2014 about the history of the City of Boulder’s 55-foot building height limit, Ruth Wright, the leading spirit behind the [...]

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Take the Blue Line Poll

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Take the Blue Line Poll

B137 at English Wikipedia , via Wikimedia CommonsThe upcoming opening of a Walmart store in Boulder has provoked strong reactions in the community. Please let us know how you feel about Walmart coming to Boulder. Take the anonymous Blue Line poll in [...]

Poll: Public Transit Options for the Northwest Corridor

Poll: Public Transit Options for the Northwest Corridor

At a PLAN-Boulder County forum on March 19, 2012, the majority of a panel of current and former local officials concurred on the need for more details and guarantees from RTD with respect to its recent “hybrid” proposal for transit in the [...]

Poll: Boulder’s Next Mayor

Poll: Boulder’s Next Mayor

On Tuesday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m., the new Boulder City Council will elect a mayor.  Outgoing Mayor Susan Osborne is going to be a tough act to follow — she figured out how to nudge, cajole and inspire her colleagues toward resolution and, [...]

Blue Line Poll: Smart Regs

Blue Line Poll:  Smart Regs

Landlords clashed over the likely effects of the City of Boulder’s proposed SmartRegs (which will be debated by the City Council at a second reading on July 6)  at a PLAN-Boulder County forum on the subject on June 21. Francoise Poinsatte, a [...]

Blue Line Poll: How Big is Too Big?

Blue Line Poll:  How Big is Too Big?

On April 1, the City of Boulder’s Planning Board, in a series of 4-3 votes, set the stage for 4-story buildings on the south side of Canyon adjacent to the city park and a residential neighborhood. City staff had recommended changes to [...]