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Posts Tagged ‘Orchard Grove’

Dadipblusi

Dadipblusi

“Kit, some people say we live in Colorado and some people say we live in Boulder. Which is right?” Juan looks troubled about this. “Have you seen a map of North America before?” Juan seems uncertain as I open the atlas. “This is a [...]

Burrito Factory

Burrito Factory

Editor’s note:  Kit Basom originally wrote this piece to document the cross-cultural community support operating in the Orchard Grove Mobile Home Park.  It was used last summer in a fundraising effort and is reproduced here. I have never [...]

Update on Orchard Grove: Optimal Affordable Housing

Update on Orchard Grove:  Optimal Affordable Housing

Is there anything more affordable than mobile home living?  Is there a better and safer place for your children to live and play than in a mobile home park?  Is there a better place to form a neighborly and cooperative community than in a mobile [...]

Boulder Gives Birth to Senate Bill on Mobile Home Dwellers’ Rights

Boulder Gives Birth to Senate Bill on Mobile Home Dwellers’ Rights

Mobile Home parks – have you thought about who lives in them?  Have you considered what contribution they make to low income housing in Boulder and beyond?   Have stereotypes blocked much thought about them?  The answer for the City of Boulder [...]