Rosie Piller: Language in co-op ordinance needs work

I attended last week’s City Council meeting expecting to be all in favor of the proposed co-op ordinance. However, after listening to the first two hours of public comments, I saw three issues with the proposed ordinance.

Source: Rosie Piller: Language in co-op ordinance needs work – Boulder Daily Camera

Jay Cooper: Listen to homeowners on density 

Oh, boy! The YIMBYs are coming to tell us how to remake Boulder! Too bad the City Council didn’t know this before they flew to Oregon on the taxpayers’ tab to learn how to turn Boulder into Portland.

Source: Jay Cooper: Listen to homeowners on density – Boulder Daily Camera

Laura Osborn: Why the rush on the proposed co-op ordinance?

Why is the proposed Cooperative Housing Ordinance being fast-tracked? A draft ordinance to allow more co-operative housing units in the city is tentatively scheduled for a first reading at the May 17 City Council meeting.

Source: Laura Osborn: Why the rush on the proposed co-op ordinance? – Boulder Daily Camera

Rishi Raj: Disaster in the making

The city is fast-tracking a one-sided co-op ordinance drafted by a coalition of Boulder Housing Partners Foundation and their supporters, which includes real estate developers and young people who are seeking subsidized housing (Group A).

Source: Rishi Raj: Disaster in the making – Boulder Daily Camera