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 public can meet 3 finalists for boulder planning director
public can meet 3 finalists for boulder planning director

David Driskell Boulder on Thursday announced the three finalists to fill the city's vacant role as director of the Planning, Housing and Sustainability department.The public is invited to meet the candidates at an open reception Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 1750 13th St.The three finalists are:• Daniel Hernandez, deputy commissioner of New York City's Department of Housing Preservation and Development• Ed McKinney, interim planning director for Charlotte, N.C.• Travis Parker, planning director for LakewoodWhomever wins the job will fill the seat previously held by David Driskell, who served as the department director for eight years before taking a new job Portland, Ore., late last year.The position is one of the most influential among all staff job

boulder extends search for new planning director

David Driskell Boulder city officials announced on Thursday that the search has been extended for a new planning, housing and sustainability director following a city tour, interviews and meet-and-greet receptions with three contenders for the job."Each candidate offered several of the traits that we are seeking in the next Planning Director," City Manager Jane Brautigam said in a news release. "Unfortunately, no one candidate possessed the combination of skills, experience and traits desired."She added that it is disappointing to not announce a new department head but it's important that the city find the right person for the job. Susan Richstone, the interim director of the department, is retiring on March 27. She has been filling in since December, when the former head of the department

surplus of boulder planning board candidates interview for two key spots

Chalk it up to angst over the future of growth and development in Boulder, or perhaps to renewed interest in civics in the era of President Donald Trump, but citizens are suddenly rushing to join the city Planning Board.On Tuesday night, the City Council interviewed the 14 people vying for two open seats on the board. Sixteen applied originally, but two dropped out ahead of this week's council interviews, which also included more than 100 candidates. Next to the council, the Planning Board is Boulder's most influential citizen body, presiding over development proposals and helping to set land-use and design rules. But the last time there was an opening on the board, only four people applied to fill it.There are now two five-year terms up for grabs, with board Chair John Gerstle and member

boulder county residents to hold rally in support of fracking moratorium

Boulder County residents are organizing a rally prior to today's public hearing on new oil and gas regulations to urge the county commissioners to keep the current fracking moratorium in place.The rally will take place at noon today at the Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl St., according to a Facebook post from Earth Guardians Boulder and Frack-Free Co.At 2 p.m., the Boulder County commissioners will hold a public hearing on proposed updates to county regulations governing oil and gas development in unincorporated parts of the county."With the county commissioners ready to drop our moratorium on fracking, we must come together to push them to stand by the moratorium no matter what!" the groups wrote on a Facebook page. "Before the county commission holds a hearing, we are rallying righ

two finalists for cu boulder police chief

University of Colorado police Chief Melissa Zak is pictured in November 2016. (Cliff Grassmick/Staff Photographer)The University of Colorado Police Department has two finalists for the chief of police — both of them currently deputy police chiefs in the department. Deputy Chief for support services Ken Koch and Deputy Chief for police services Randy Repola are vying to replace outgoing police Chief Melissa Zak, who has taken a job as the newly created position of assistant vice chancellor of safety.University officials say there is no timeline for the position being filled. John Bear: 303-473-1355, [email protected] or twitter.com/jonbearwithmeAdvertisement

sign-ups begin wednesday for march 14 boulder county oil, gas hearing

If You GoWhat: Boulder County commissioners' public hearing on proposed updates to the county's oil and gas development regulationsWhen: 2 p.m. March 14Where: Third-floor hearing room, Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl St., BoulderFurther information: Boulder County's Oil and Gas Development web page is bit.ly/1UUQPdi. It includes information about the history, plans and policies for the county's regulations of oil and gas exploration and production facilities and will be the page on which people can sign up in advance to testify at the commissioners' March 14 public hearing.People who want to comment during a March 14 public hearing about proposed updates to Boulder County's regulations and restrictions on oil and gas development in unincorporated parts of the county can begin signing

international women's day march and rally planned for boulder

Organizers plan to march and rally in downtown Boulder on Wednesday evening for International Women's Day and to show solidarity with the global Women's Strike movement.The march begins at the Glen Huntington Bandshell in Boulder's Central Park at 5 p.m., and marchers will walk to Shine Restaurant and Gathering Place at 2027 13th St.At 6 p.m. at Shine, Boulder Mayor Suzanne Jones, University of Colorado gender studies professor Lorraine Bayard de Volo and Boulder Valley Women's Health Center development director Lindsay Christopher will speak.Organizers are encouraging people to support Shine during the rally because it is owned and operated by women and has offered the event space for free.More information about the Boulder event is available at bit.ly/2my8Vvv and more information about t

new program unveiled to help struggling boulder families cover rent

Boulder and the Emergency Family Assistance Association, in partnership, are launching a pilot program designed to prevent homelessness among families with children.The program, called Keep Families Housed, follows a budget amendment that the City Council made last year in the interest of supporting families experiencing or on the brink of homelessness.In 2017, the city will contribute $263,000 to the program. There is currently no plan in place to extend the funding into 2018 or beyond, though that may be done later this year during the budget drafting process.The money, EFAA says, will go toward families who meet health- and education-based requirements, such as ensuring that their children are enrolled in school and nutritional programs, having health insurance or having completed finan

boulder announces work on new civic area walking bridge begins wednesday

A new pedestrian bridge over Boulder Creek will be installed this week in the Civic Area downtown, the city announced.Between Wednesday and Friday, crews will work to install the bridge along the "11th Street Spine" between Arapahoe Avenue and Canyon Boulevard, the city said."Once installed and open to the public later this spring," a news release read, "the new bridge will better connect areas on both sides of the creek, and provide a clear corridor from downtown to University Hill."Boulder said that the bridge features "steel-fabricated railings" and "viewing portals that will allow visitors to look through the walkway" below to Boulder Creek."These unique design features were inspired by ideas from local Boulder schoolchildren who participated in community engagement efforts," the city

boulder hopes to reduce emissions with city energy conservation code

Suzuki Strings Director Amy Gesmer-Packman gives direction at practice under the LED energy saving spot lights above her Friday in Boulder. Mountain View United Methodist is one of the first commercial buildings in Boulder to have gone "net zero." (Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer)Believing that its ambitions and performance too far outpace targets of the International Energy Conservation Code, Boulder is striking out on its own with a new, city-specific energy code it hopes will be stricter on emissions and easier for customers to use.Boulder's City Council approved the new program, which is called the City of Boulder Energy Conservation Code, in a unanimous vote.The move is expected to save 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions in Boulder by 2031, the year by which offici

boulder's path forward in muni effort could be plotted soon

Something related to Boulder's municipalization bid is going on the city's November ballot. That much is all but certain.It could be an extension of the voter-approved Utility Occupation Tax that has funded the Boulder bid to acquire certain Xcel Energy assets and form a municipal electric utility, or it could be a new franchise agreement with Xcel that allows the incumbent to retain its customers in the city.Proceedings at the state Public Utilites Commission in coming months will determine what, exactly, citizens are voting on come November.The intervening parties in the case filed answer testimony to Boulder's application on Feb. 17, and the city will soon have the opportunity to file rebuttal testimony. In order to do that, Boulder may need to ask questions of certain parties about how

state ethics panel dismisses conflict-of-interest complaint against boulder coun

Colorado's Independent Ethics Commission has dismissed a Boulder County resident's complaint in which he alleged that County Commissioner Elise Jones had violated state conflict-of-interest laws.The complainant, Chuck Wibby, had accused Jones of actively participating in several meetings — and not adequately recusing herself — when the Board of County Commissioners discussed and voted on items that could potentially have financially benefited Eco-Cycle, the agency headed by Jones' sister, Boulder Mayor Suzanne Jones.Boulder County resident Chuck Wibby argues against extending collections of a sales and use tax that would help fund open space acquisition and sustainability programs, during a public hearing held by the county commissioners, at the Boulder County Courthouse, on July 28. Wibby

boulder crews talk lost flatiron hikers to safety over phone

Two hikers lost near the top of the First Flatiron were helped to safety by Boulder rescue crews over the phone on Monday night.Police received a call at 7:47 p.m. from the two men after they were unable locate which trailhead they were on in the dark, Boulder County sheriff's Sgt. Randy Wilber said."They called and had about half battery left on their phone," Wilber said, "and Rocky Mountain Rescue was able to talk them down on their cellphone."Rescue crews sent hikers to meet the men and walk them the rest of the way out without injury, he added.Advertisement

boulder to host outdoor sculpture discussion

Boulder's Office of Arts and Culture, along with Denver-based experimental art museum Black Cube and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, is hosting a discussion on producing and siting large pieces of art work.The discussion, called "New, Big, Brief: A Conversation on Producing and Siting Large-Scale Artwork with Jon Geiger and Dmitri Obergfell," happens on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 1750 13th St., according to a news release. Geiger, an artist from Detroit, and Obergfell, an artist in Denver, are expected to reflect on their studio practices and producing public artwork, drawing on their experiences of producing their first outdoor commissions. Geiger, who is a 2016 fellow with Black Cube, has an outdoor sculpture called ROAM that combines a billboa

boulder county to hold public hearing on proposed oil, gas regulations

If You GoWhat: Boulder County commissioners hold a public hearing on proposed updates to county regulations about oil and gas development in unincorporated parts of the countyWhen: 2 p.m. TuesdayWhere: Third floor of the Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl St., BoulderSpeaker sign-ups, written comments: People can sign up in advance, online, to speak at the hearing through a ink on the county's county's Oil and Gas Development website, bit.ly/1UUQPdi. People who want to testify but who have not signed up in advance can sign up when they show up at Tuesday's hearing. People can also email comments about the regulations to [email protected]bouldercounty.orgFurther information: The county's Oil and Gas Development web page, bit.ly/1UUQPdi, also has a link to the staff report for Tuesday's meet

student-built 'tree office' returns to cu boulder campus

Boulder's "tree office" is going back to its roots.The arboreal workspace -- which was designed by University of Colorado students and set up in downtown Boulder as part of an art exhibit -- has been moved back to the Boulder campus.Dubbed TREExOFFICE, or TxO, the office is now wrapped around a Linden tree between the Kittredge West and Fleming buildings. The tree workspace has free Wi-Fi and is free to reserve starting on April 15."Students continually ask for quality exterior spaces in which to work or gather, and the TxO is a perfect fit," said Richelle Reilly, campus landscape architect in the university's Office of Planning, Design & Construction. "Locating the office near the Kittredge residential neighborhood is a way to encourage social gathering and activate the Kittredge lawn."Th

cu boulder partners with boulder homeless shelter on assessments

Of the 1,800 homeless people who used the resource center at Boulder's Bridge House in 2016, no fewer than 25 percent self-reported that they are affected by a previous traumatic brain injury, which could leave them with possible cognitive difficulties.Those with cognitive problems might qualify for Social Security disability benefits — but because of those same challenges, they could likely face a lot of difficulty in navigating through the required paperwork.A partnership between the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless and the University of Colorado's Brain Behavior Clinic now provides the ability for members of the homeless community to obtain free cognitive assessments — a critical step in their bid to get the financial help they need.Lasette Brown, regional benefits coordinator at the Bo

uncertainty looms with height limits back on table in boulder

If you goWhat: Boulder City Council meetingWhen: 6 p.m. TuesdayWhere: Boulder Municipal Building, 1777 BroadwayMore info: The meeting will be broadcast live on television and online by Boulder Channel 8.The 2015 ordinance that halted for two years consideration of tall buildings in most of Boulder is set to expire in a few weeks, and the community is watching closely as the City Council weighs whether to extend it, and for how long.On Tuesday night, the council will hold a public hearing on the matter, and consider adopting one of two extensions or possibly crafting a third ordinance of its own, instead.One ordinance up for consideration, and recommended by city staff, would indefinitely extend the two-year moratorium approved in 2015 and expiring April 19. Building heights in Boulder are

new civic area bridge installed over boulder creek

A giant hydraulic crane moves the new Civic Area bridge into place Thursday in Boulder. The large span of the new pedestrian bridge was set in place Thursday over Boulder Creek next to the existing bridge that will be removed. Between Wednesday and Friday, crews are working to install the bridge along the "11th Street Spine" between Arapahoe Avenue and Canyon Boulevard, the city said."Once installed and open to the public later this spring," a news release read, "the new bridge will better connect areas on both sides of the creek, and provide a clear corridor from downtown to University Hill."

boulder jewish community center gets bomb threat overnight, second this year

Boulder's Jewish Community Center received an emailed bomb threat late Tuesday night that was not deemed credible, the second time in less than two months that the facility has been the target of such a threat.Boulder police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly said the center received an emailed bomb threat just before midnight Tuesday, but that a sweep of the facility at 6007 Oreg Drive determined the threat was not credible.The Jewish Community Center said in an email Wednesday to the community that they were given the all clear to resume programs and operations, and were open by Wednesday morning."We were proud that the JCC was open (Wednesday) morning and that the parents not only brought their children, but we scheduled a casual coffee and get together," said Jonathan Lev, the executive dir

boulder extends height-limit ordinance for 15 months

Boulder developers who for the last two years have been barred from putting up buildings taller than 40 feet won't regain the privilege for at least another 15 months.In an 8-1 vote in which Bob Yates represented the lone voice of dissent, the Boulder City Council on Tuesday night decided that the city's two-year moratorium on taller buildings, which expires in April, should be extended until July 19, 2018. The 11:25 p.m. vote followed a lengthy public hearing in which 39 people had lined up to offer comments on the matter. An additional 132 emailed the council on Tuesday alone, Mayor Suzanne Jones said.A strong majority of those who wrote or spoke to the council favored the extension, and a recent Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan Survey — the validity of which was subject to some debate

boulder philharmoic orchestra announces 2017-18 concert season

Boulder Phil 2017-18 season at a glanceOpening Night: Boulder Phil at 60: 7 p.m. Sept. 24, with pianist Jon NakamatsuMusic of Resistance: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14, with pianist David Korevaar, CU Boulder and Western State University choirsNutcracker with Boulder Ballet: Nov. 24-26, times TBABach Transfigured: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13, 2018, with pianist Simone DinnersteinCirque Goes to the Movies: 2 and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3A Song for Swans: 7:30 p.m. April 7, with violinist Stefan JackiwWest Side Story: Bernstein at 100: Season finale, 7:30 p.m. April 28Where: Macky Auditorium, 1595 Pleasant St., BoulderMore info: 303-449-1343 or boulderphil.orgBoulder Philharmonic Orchestra music director Michael Butterman announced the 2017-18 concert season Sunday afternoon during an event at the Boulder Museum of Contem

lafayette's anti-fracking proposal to return for vote amid increased strain

If you goWhat: Lafayette City CouncilWhen: 5:30 p.m. TuesdayWhere: 775 Baseline RoadMore info: View full agenda: bit.ly/2mkJPAjAn ordinance aimed at forestalling the state's authority in oil and gas development will return to Lafayette's City Council for a vote Tuesday, a decision that will weigh heavier on the minds of city leaders amid heightened scrutiny from state officials.The vote, which will come only a few weeks after Colorado's Attorney General Cynthia Coffman filed a lawsuit against Boulder County's oil and gas moratorium, will be held in the city's public library in anticipation of a large public turnout.Boulder County's "open defiance of state law has made legal action the final recourse available," Coffman said in a statement announcing her filing in Boulder County District Co

10 things to do in boulder county today, march 3, 2017

(Courtesy Photo)Knitting and crocheting have turned into hipster pastimes for men and women of varying ages. But although they might no longer be seen as the domain of grannies, knitting and crocheting still largely suffer from the perception that they are but a crafty hobby, not a medium for art. "Yarn" is a new documentary by Montreal-based Icelandic director Una Lorenzen that focuses on a handful of global artists whose work explores the possibilities contained in a skein of yarn, 7 p.m., Chautauqua Community House, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder; $9-$12; 303-440-7666.
FILM
Boulder International Film Festival The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is a 4 day celebration of film from all corners of the world, with parties, panels, and celebrity guests. BIFF 2017 is March 2-5,9 a.m.

vroom summit monaco | riviera insider

VROOM Summit is hosting its third annual event on 27th April, where investors and technology executives are invited to meet start-up finalists from an eight-city European Caravan tour at Yacht Club de Monaco. The unique aspect of VROOM Summit is a preceding European Caravan tour, where pre-qualified start-ups and accelerators pitch to a panel and each finalist is invited to Monaco for the Summit. The Caravan screens hundreds of applicants, but only one start-up from each of the participating cities (Amsterdam, Barcelona, Geneva, Istanbul, Lisbon, Ljubljana, Reykjavik and Warsaw) is given the chance to pitch in Monaco. According to organisers: “This ensures investors will listen to a very high caliber of technology start-ups on the day.”“VROOM seeks to bring the ‘cool tech buzz’ to Monaco a

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