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Posts Tagged ‘open space’

Boulder Weekly | Your lack of vote counts

Boulder Weekly | Your lack of vote counts

If you’re a supporter of the county’s open space or ClimateSmart Loan programs and you didn’t vote, pat yourself on the back for enabling the failure of County Ballot Issues 1A and 1B. Both measures failed by small margins, largely due to a [...]

Coloradan | Open space

Coloradan |  Open space

by Lisa Marshall for the Coloradan In 1951 an idealistic Boulder mother named Arlene Wolfe (MBusEd’68) had an epiphany in a Paris park years before the term “open space” would become ingrained in the local Boulder vernacular.  Read [...]

Boulder Reporter: The Great Goat Trail Debate

Boulder Reporter:  The Great Goat Trail Debate

by Bob Wells for the Boulder Reporter It’s not easy being a City of Boulder Open Space planner. The planning professionals hosted the community Tuesday night, Feb. 9, at Foothill Elementary School on Hawthorne Ave. to discuss a local [...]

THE WEST TSA PLAN – A New Approach to Planning For Boulder Open Space

THE WEST TSA PLAN – A New Approach to Planning For Boulder Open Space

Almost every Boulder resident, as well as many from surrounding communities, has read or heard of the conflicts between the Open Space visitors who favor recreation uses and those who favor a focus on resource conservation. Since Boulder’s Open [...]

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