Boulder City Council
The plan to create new panhandling rules in Boulder moves forward.
The Boulder City Council is considering a new rule that would ban people from verbally panhandling.
Boulder is looking for new ways to bear proof the city after adopting rules to keep bears out of certain neighborhoods.
Boulder is chewing on the possibility of new rules for food trucks.
Elected officials in the city of Boulder are considering a plan to test dog poop for DNA so the dog owners can be tracked down.
Boulder is considering a unique way to catch people who don’t clean up after their dogs.
A man who is in this country illegally has been appointed to the Boulder City Council’s Human Relations Commission. Voters approved a rule change back in November and now Jose Beteta is the first beneficiary of the change.
Despite some protest from residents over the increased cost, the Boulder City Council voted unanimously in favor of bear-proof trash cans for some neighborhoods.
The Boulder City Council is expected to take a final vote Wednesday evening on new rules to help protect both bears and people.
The Boulder City Council has voted to take over the power lines, substations and other assets Xcel Energy owns.