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Posts Tagged ‘city council’

Now Boarding

Now Boarding

Serving on a city or county board or commission is one way to give back to your community and participate in some tough decision making. For the City of Boulder, the 2012 annual recruitment period opened January 4 and will close on February 16.  [...]

Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Perspectives on the 2011 Boulder Election

Election night 2011 was full of surprises.  The fact that some of the outcomes were surprising suggests many factors influenced voter behavior, and without detailed post-election polling, explanations have been at best speculative and at worst [...]

Boulder’s New Mayor and Deputy Mayor

Boulder’s New Mayor and Deputy Mayor

At a 10:00 am special City Council meeting today, newly elected council members Suzanne Jones, Lisa Morzel, Tim Plass, George Karakehian, and Ken Wilson were sworn in at City Council chambers. Once the new council was seated, sitting Deputy Mayor [...]

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 Over Crystal Gray

Blue Over Crystal Gray

My beautiful, good friend Crystal leaves stylish council shoes that will be very hard to fill. She is a fierce activist and a neighborhood-loving downtown denizen. She is indomitable, optimistic and a force of nature. I’ve often joked to people [...]

VOTE!

VOTE!

Election Day is here!  Tuesday, November 1 at 7:00 pm is the deadline for dropping off your mail ballot. Drop off locations in Boulder include County Clerk & Recorder Office, 1750 33rd Street Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl [...]

Council Candidate Mark Gelband

Council Candidate Mark Gelband

Mark Gelband, a 46-year-old father of a blended family, is running for a seat on the Boulder City Council. He feels strongly that the City Council needs a major overhaul. “I feel as though as though there’s been a small, vocal group of [...]

Council Candidate Tim Plass

Council Candidate Tim Plass

What started out as simply speaking up for his neighborhood turned into speaking up for his entire community. Tim Plass started getting involved with the community when he went to a City Council meeting to try to save a historic house from getting [...]

Council Candidate Dan King

Council Candidate Dan King

The “Ambassador of Cool,” otherwise known as Dan King, is running for City Council because he says he brings financial skills that will be useful in planning the city’s budget.  Originally from upstate New York, he is now the co-owner of the [...]

Endorsement Process Ignores Women Candidates

Endorsement Process Ignores Women Candidates

With 16 days remaining until the votes are counted in Boulder’s 2011 municipal election, the newspapers and major groups are mostly done with their much-anticipated endorsements of candidates and ballot issues. Each year, the talk among [...]

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