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Posts Tagged ‘election 2011’

The Third (and Final) 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

The Third (and Final) 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

The final PLAN-Boulder County City Council candidate forum on September 23, 2011 featured Stephen Keenan, incumbent Lisa Morzel, Fenno Hoffman, and Dan King discussing affordable housing, city financing, and whether the current council is violating [...]

The Mayor and Deputy Mayor Debate Municipalization

The Mayor and Deputy Mayor Debate Municipalization

Editor's note: This debate between the Mayor and Deputy Mayor first appeared in a series of emails among University Hill neighbors, of which both are members, on their list serve. Emails, authored separately by the Mayor and Deputy Mayor, have been [...]

The Second 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

The Second 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

The second PLAN-Boulder County forum for City Council candidates (September 16, 2011) featured Mark Gelband, incumbent George Karakehian, Suzanne Jones, and Tom Johnston squaring off over municipalization and affordable housing, among other issues, [...]

The First 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

The First 2011 PLAN-Boulder Council Candidate Forum

Friday September 9th, PLAN-Boulder County held the first of three City Council candidate fora at the Boulder Public Library. The room was packed, with people standing in the back, listening to Tim Plass, Daniel Ziskin, Jonathan Hondorf, Ken Wilson [...]

WATCH: Van Jones Gives Boulder a Pep Talk (5 m)

WATCH: Van Jones Gives Boulder a Pep Talk (5 m)

On March 2, 2011, former Obama administration official and senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, Van Jones, spoke to attendees at the PLAN-Boulder County annual dinner.  His full address was recorded and produced by Pam Hoge of Studio [...]

A Response to Xcel’s Latest False Statements about Ballot Issues 2B & 2C

A Response to Xcel’s Latest False Statements about Ballot Issues 2B & 2C

Expensive mailers funded by Xcel are now raining on Boulder as though money is no object—and money is no object to Xcel. We all need to stand in awe at the huge profit that Xcel takes out of Boulder. It is the fight to keep that profit that is [...]

Debating Boulder’s Power at the BGBG

Debating Boulder’s Power at the BGBG

Last Thursday (Sept. 8th), the Boulder Green Building Guild (BGBG) and Boulder Tomorrow hosted a debate of the 2B/2C ballot measures. The event was completely booked in advance through the BGBG’s website and the REI community room was packed and [...]

The Help

The Help

The canvassers are here.   As promised by Craigslist, two friendly fellows are going door-to-door in my neighborhood, leaving the Boulder Smart Energy Coalition's (BSEC) big flier. According to Canvasser Kevin, they work for Rocky Mountain [...]

The Denver Post | Boulder, Xcel Energy square off over city’s energy future

The Denver Post | Boulder, Xcel Energy square off over city’s energy future

Minneapolis-based Xcel, which has served Boulder for a century, is fighting back. David Kenney, a political consultant whose clients have included former Gov. Bill Ritter and Gov. John Hickenlooper during his days as Denver mayor, is working on [...]

Hiring Now!!

Hiring Now!!

Boulder residents can look forward to "friendly people" coming door-to-door this fall, working hard to convince voters to vote against 2B and 2C.  This ad and ones like it have been running on Craigslist for a few days:

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