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Posts Tagged ‘election 2011’

The Chamber is Not Xcel

The Chamber is Not Xcel

The Boulder Chamber of Commerce is not Xcel was the emphatic assertion of Chamber Public Affairs Manager Angelique Espinoza in response to yesterday's Blue Line article.  She clarified that the Chamber will be endorsing Boulder City Council [...]

Boulder Chamber to Endorse for the First Time

Boulder Chamber to Endorse for the First Time

For the first time in its 106-year history, the Boulder Chamber of Commerce will endorse candidates for the Boulder City Council.  The Chamber advocates for over 1,600 businesses employing 80,000 employees.  Members include the Boulder Valley [...]

Clear Winners in the Municipalization Debate

Clear Winners in the Municipalization Debate

PLAN-Boulder County put on a well structured and well attended debate of the utility municipalization question Monday night (August 22,2011) at the West Boulder Senior Center.  The forum pitted Ken Regelson and Sam Weaver from Renewables YES [...]

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal | Xcel aggressively fighting city’s move to create own utility

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal | Xcel aggressively fighting city’s move to create own utility

Xcel Energy said Friday it is forming an issue committee to oppose a ballot proposal in the city of Boulder, Colo., that would create a municipal power utility. The committee is being formed “for the purpose of opposing the takeover of the [...]

Look to the Blue Line for Election 2011 Coverage

Look to the Blue Line for Election 2011 Coverage

It’s that time of year again:  the municipal election.  Candidates will soon be slogging through forums and questionnaires, doorsteps will be littered with fliers and advertising, ballots will be arriving in the mail, and voters will be trying [...]

CEA Event: An Evening with Tom Carr

CEA Event: An Evening with Tom Carr

Clean Energy Action presents: An Evening With Boulder's City Attorney, Tom Carr Thursday, August 18th, 2011 First Presbyterian Church 1820 15th St. Boulder, CO 80302 6:30 Refreshments 7:00 - 8:45 Presentation The Presentation Boulder City [...]

End Corporate Rule — Come to City Council Hearing Tuesday, August 16

End Corporate Rule — Come to City Council Hearing Tuesday, August 16

Corporate rule is the most important  issue facing our country. On August 16, the Boulder City Council will discuss whether to put a referendum on the November ballot supporting a constitutional amendment that says that corporations don’t have [...]

Burn to Earn: A Cautionary Tale about a City Owning Its Utility Company

Burn to Earn:  A Cautionary Tale about a City Owning Its Utility Company

In March of 1986, having just obtained a Master’s Degree in town planning at Florida State University, I was happy to accept a job offer as the environmental planner for the relatively progressive college town of Gainesville FL — a town that is [...]

Put a Clean Energy Future on the Ballot

Put a Clean Energy Future on the Ballot

The Boulder City Council meeting this Tuesday, 7/19,  5 PM - ? will be about Boulder's Energy Future - including a public hearing on municipalization. It will be in the council chambers in the municipal building at the SW corner Broadway & [...]

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