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Open Space Board of Trustees Meeting (Televised)

Open Space Board of Trustees

Open Space Board of Trustees meetings are now being recorded by Channel 8. You can watch archived videos of the meetings at any time or watch a live stream of a meeting while it is in progress on Channel 8's website.

Wednesday, October 10 at 6 pm
City Council Chambers, 1777 Broadway

(Please note that times are approximate.)

6:00 I. Approval of Minutes

6:05 II. Public Comment for Items Not Identified for Public Hearing

6:15 III. Matters from the Department

A. Updating and Improving the City’s Mosquito Management Program
B. City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Trails Program Overview

8:15 IV. Matters from the Board

A. Master Plan Process Committee Update
B. EAB Report Out
C. Public Notice of Public Participation Events

8:45 V. Adjournment

Written Information:

A. Upcoming Projects with Public Input Opportunities
B. Open Space and Mountain Parks Master Plan Update


Public Comment at Meetings:

If you plan to speak, you can sign up in-person starting at 5 p.m. Forms should be turned in to the secretary before public hearing begins.

Each person is allotted three (3) minutes to speak. If there are more than 15 people total signed up to speak, the allotted time will drop to two (2) minutes per person. The Board Chair holds the right to adjust the speaking time at any point. Anyone who plans to speak, must fill out their own form and be present at the time their name is called.

Electronic presentations must be submitted no later than 2 p.m. the day of the meeting to the Board Secretary at [email protected]. If you have prepared a written statement, you may give ten (10) copies to the Secretary when you approach the podium to speak. 

It is the City of Boulder's practice to provide more notice than is required by law whenever possible. However, this practice shall not be used to invalidate any action taken with the minimum notice required by state law.

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