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Boulder Chamber urges members to protest RTD fare hikes

BizWest – The Boulder Chamber is urging its members to protest a proposed Regional Transportation District fare plan for bus service to Denver that the Chamber sees as “inequitable.” “This is an issue that’s critical to our economy. It’s mobility for our workforce,” said John Tayer, Boulder Chamber president. “We want to make sure RTD …

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City Manager approves business incentive for Flatiron Solutions, Inc.

City of Boulder – City Manager Jane S. Brautigam has approved a flexible rebate application for Flatirons Solutions, Inc. for up to $60,000 in rebates. The rebates were authorized for sales and use taxes and permit-related fees paid to the city. The flexible rebate program is designed to support Boulder’s economic vitality by encouraging primary …

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Boulder gives final approval to height-limit ordinance

Daily Camera – The Boulder City Council gave final approval Tuesday night to a moratorium on taller buildings in many areas of the city for the next two years. The ordinance required an unusual fourth reading to add a provision that would allow developers to ask for taller buildings in the most intense downtown zones …

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a2 Milk Company opens U.S. headquarters in Boulder

Progressive Dairyman – …a2 Milk Company’s launch plan centers on beginning distribution on the West Coast starting in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2015, said Australian Food News.  Although the launch will be on the West Coast, administrative offices will be based in Boulder, Colorado, in anticipation of market spread over time.  Read more…

Colorado TechHire launches IT workforce training initiative

Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade – Representative Dan Pabon (D-CO), in partnership with The White House, Colorado private industry leaders, and Colorado state agencies announced today that Colorado is one of twenty pilot regions across the country  to launch TechHire. This bold public-private initiative, set forth by President Obama, aims to  identify, connect …

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Boulder most fitness-friendly city in U.S. says SmartAsset

SmartAsset – Year after year, the arrival of the New Year proves America is a country that places a premium on fitness. We like getting in shape. Or rather: we like being in shape. Getting there is a different story. According to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the average body …

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Boulder approves power to call up project plans earlier in process

November 6, 2014 – Daily Camera – In an effort to save all relevant parties time and money, the Boulder City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to give itself the authority to “call up” development concept plans within 30 days of the Planning Board reviewing them. The council had previously expressed a desire to help …

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ViroCyt named Rising Star of the Year by the CO BioScience Association

November 6, 2014 – Colorado BioScience Association – Centennial’s AlloSource is the 2014 BioScience Company of the Year, Boulder’s ViroCyt is the industry’s Rising Star and Dr. Richard Duke is honored with CBSA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. This evening, the Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) is announcing winners of its 11th annual industry awards at the Marriott …

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