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Boulder mulls energy efficiency regulations

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Boulder is considering passing regulations that would require landlords to make energy efficiency improvements to their properties such as installing solar heating and switching out incandescent light bulbs for compact fluorescent lighting. The city’s so-called SmartRegs would affect an estimated 19,600 rental properties in the city that seeks to decrease its carbon dioxide emissions by… Continue Reading Boulder mulls energy efficiency regulations

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Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, a Democrat, has launched a bid to unseat Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, a Republican. Continue Reading Boulder Co. prosecutor runs for attorney general

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The Boulder City Council is taking up a measure this week to expand the city’s ban on public nudity. Boulder’s measure up for a vote Tuesday would apply to anyone older than 10 and doesn’t apply to topless females. The City Council voted to remove language making it a crime for women to expose their… Continue Reading Boulder to vote Tuesday on public nudity ban

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The University of Colorado at Boulder began construction Sept. 9 on a multi-million dollar bioscience building designed to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and make CU one of the top bioscience universities in the region, according to the Boulder County Business Report.The Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building, a planned 257,000-square-foot building slated for completion in fall 2011… Continue Reading CU breaks ground on bioscience center

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