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Posts Tagged ‘election 2017’

Carlisle: Neighborhood activist back in the ring

Carlisle: Neighborhood activist back in the ring

Cindy Carlisle, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council and a former Council member, has played a tangible role in creating some of the Boulder we know today, and wants to participate once again to help make sure overdevelopment and deep-pocketed [...]

Young: The underrepresented need representation

Young: The underrepresented need representation

Mary Young, an incumbent running for re-election in the 2017 Boulder City Council race, has deep respect for the experience it takes to do a good job on Council. Though she had already served for nearly five years on the city’s Planning Board, she [...]

McIntyre: Embrace the change

McIntyre: Embrace the change

Mark McIntyre, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council, has lived in Boulder for about 40 years—and unlike some long-time residents is not critical of change in Boulder, describing two ways that a person can move into the future. Candidate [...]

Burton: Housing; scale back Council involvement

Burton: Housing; scale back Council involvement

Jan Burton, an incumbent running for a second term in the 2017 Boulder City Council election, feels she’s ready for and deserving of another term on Council—and stated that this would be her last term, whether she potentially earns a two-year or [...]

Grano: Housing, helping, and history

Grano: Housing, helping, and history

Candidate Grano (photo courtesy Jill Grano) Jill Grano, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council, is making her first run for elected office but to her, this run seems like a logical extension of her previous life’s work. She got involved with [...]

Benjamin: Bring science to service

Benjamin: Bring science to service

Those who first meet Matt Benjamin, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council, might wonder at first if the local astrophysicist is taking a wide turn in life by running for local office. But Benjamin, age 35, is passionate about this race and his [...]

Weaver: Energy focus since the childhood kitchen table

Weaver: Energy focus since the childhood kitchen table

Sam Weaver, incumbent Boulder City Council member and candidate for re-election in 2017, believes he’s qualified and ready for a second term—a term that could include significant progress on the energy issues he’s focused on for most of his [...]

Byrne: Land use musings on many levels

Byrne: Land use musings on many levels

Ed Byrne, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council, can legitimately say he’s seen a thing or two that would be pertinent in a run for this office. He’s lived in Boulder for 36 years, worked as an Assistant City Attorney, owned his own practice [...]

Election 2017

Election 2017

Greetings from the Blue Line! This year, we are focusing our election coverage efforts on profiles of the Boulder City Council candidates. We are thrilled to have recruited former Colorado Daily reporter Richard Valenty to interview all of the [...]

Nagle: A native and Gunbarrel neighbor

Nagle: A native and Gunbarrel neighbor

Mirabai Nagle, a 2017 candidate for Boulder City Council, is a Boulder native and small business owner who decided to run as a result of noticing the town she grew up in was changing—and perhaps not for the better. While Boulder was once known for [...]

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