With Boulder having passed a new law last week allowing people to form housing co-operatives, the City Council wants to prove now it can actually enforce the policy it spent a year crafting…
The city has no working estimate of how many co-ops are here beyond the three that have existed amid Boulder’s original co-op regulations,… For that matter, Boulder has no working estimate of how many housing units of any kind are over-occupied.
Source: Boulder sets out to prove it can enforce co-op and occupancy laws – Boulder Daily Camera
I have repeatedly experienced a lack of interest on the part of city staff to investigate over-occupancy complaints. The sole city staff member assigned to this task spends a significant portion of his time thwarting requests, rather than being helpful. … When is the City Council going to direct city staff to enforce the allowed legal occupancy of rental units?
Full Story: Laura Osborn: Enforcement of over-occupancy lacking – Boulder Daily Camera