City of Boulder Newsroom
March 27, 2017 - City Issues Written Statement in Response to Attorney General’s Remarks About DOJ Funding
The City of Boulder is aware of the remarks made by the attorney general this morning and is issuing the following statement.
The public can review policy changes and is encouraged to provide comments about the updated plan via an online comment form.
More than $60,000 available to nonprofits and owners of affordable homes
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