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Posts Tagged ‘daily camera’

Daily Camera Building Redevelopment Proposal

Daily Camera Building Redevelopment Proposal

At a PLAN-Boulder forum on Friday, March 2, 2012, about the redevelopment proposal for the Daily Camera building, project architect Chris Shears and project manager Vicky Canto-Ponte of Karlin Real Estate revealed that the new, redeveloped building [...]

Our Newspaper and Property Taxes

Our Newspaper and Property Taxes

All successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced on them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else. H. L. Mencken The local newspaper is [...]

Printing Turkeys

Printing Turkeys

I'm just wondering why the editor of our local newspaper would print such a turkey: "On Thanksgiving, Tell Activists To Stuff It" by David Martosko, as a Guest Opinion this holiday season? What festive cheer to attack PETA, People for the Ethical [...]

Tax Assessment vs. Listing Price

Tax Assessment vs. Listing Price

The Camera recently has made an issue of the difference between the County Assessor’s valuation of our house ($835,000) and the listing price ($2.1 million). We bought the home in which we live at 1680 Wilson Court in 1988. The assertion made in [...]

“Council Seeking Budget Boost”… or not

“Council Seeking Budget Boost”… or not

I guess I’ve about had it with our local hometown newspaper. You can imagine my surprise when I saw the headline for a front page article in the Camera a couple of days ago.  Council seeks a budget increase? A 27% budget increase, no less, [...]