Boulder City Council revisits co-op ordinance | KGNU News

After hearing from more than 100 supporters and opponents of a new co-operative housing ordinance on Oct. 4, Boulder City Council took up the issue again on October 11, with 14 questions created by the city attorney. Questions like where co-ops should be allowed; how parking should be addressed; how many residents constitute a co-op; and if notice to neighbors should be required. While the crowd was sparse – March Wallach sat with a group that waved signs reading, “Start Over and Include Neighborhood Input This Time.”

“I’m a member of the Boulder Neighborhood Alliance and our position is, that we’d like this process to start over with substantial input from the neighborhoods. What you’re seeing here, as you see them muddle through issue after issue – they don’t have a clue – they’re making it up as they go along.”

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