Community Meetings on April 29 to Focus on Louisville Affordable Housing Development

Managers for a planned affordable housing development in Louisville will hold two community meetings on Wednesday, April 29 to share with the public current ideas for design, amenities, and other details of the Louisville Affordable Housing project.

 The Louisville development, now known as Kestrel, will feature approximately 190 units of affordable housing with parks and a community building on 13 acres of land along 95th Street just north of South Boulder Road. Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA) is overseeing the development, and is managing an interest list for the housing which already contains nearly 150 people.

What: Community Meetings to discuss Kestrel development
When: Wednesday, April 29
Where: Alfalfa’s Community Room, 785 E.

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Travel Restrictions In James Canyon Lifted

Restrictions on non-residential travel on James Canyon Drive have been lifted, as there are no flood recovery-related infrastructure projects currently being undertaken in the area. All modes of travel are now free to use the road between Lefthand Canyon Drive and CO Highway 72. Travel restrictions have been in place since the

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Powdery Substance Sent To Boulder Synagogue

Boulder police are working with several other law enforcement agencies to determine who sent an envelope containing a powdery substance to Congregation Har HaShem on Monday, April 6. Congregation Har HaShem is a Jewish synagogue located at 3900 Baseline Road.

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Funding Available For Housing In Boulder County

Nonprofit human services agencies and housing authorities may now apply for a special round of Worthy Cause funding for capital projects that would provide permanently supported housing units in Boulder County.

Boulder County has a lack of affordable housing, high-cost rental housing, and ranks second to Denver in the region in its population of chronically homeless individuals. The Boulder County ten-year plan to end homelessness identified the need for at least one hundred new units of permanently supportive housing units to help address housing and supportive services for this population.

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BoCo Approves $45 Million For COPs

The Boulder County Commissioners earlier this week approved the sale of Certificates of Participation* (COPs) in the amount of approximately $45 million to be repaid over ten years, with an option to “call” (or repay in full) the COPs after five years. The exact amount of the

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Increased Enforcement Of Off-leash Regulations

The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will increase enforcement of new Voice and Sight Tag Program changes that went into effect on Jan. 1. The changes require off-leash dogs to visibly display current blue Voice and Sight Tags, which demonstrate their guardians have complied with new program requirements. Previously issued green tags are no longer valid.

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Tibetan Association of Colorado, CU-Boulder announce October campus visit by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

The Tibetan Association of Colorado (TAC) and the University of Colorado Boulder will co-host a campus visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Oct. 20 and 21, 2015, both groups announced today.

A schedule of events at CU-Boulder is still being finalized. The schedule and ticket information will be

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Vehicles Trespassed at Boulder Trailheads

On Wednesday, December 17, 2014 five vehicles were broken into at two different trailheads in Boulder County. The vehicles were parked at the Bobolink Trail head, in the 5900 block of Baseline Road; and the Centennial Trailhead in the

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Voice And Sight Tag Program

Starting on Monday, December 1, dog guardians will be able to register for 2015 Voice and Sight Tags that will allow guardians and their dogs to explore the City of Boulder’s eighty-seven miles of designated off-leash trails next year.

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