Views, Letters to the Editor and Opinions on Renewable Energy, Coal and Boulder Muni Efforts.
In his Sunday guest commentary (“It’s off-ramp time,” Daily Camera, Oct. 1) Councilman Yates casts himself as a steward of the public purse as he quibbles and frets over dollars and… Read more
Nationally, investor-owned utilities (IOUs) including Xcel are unduly influencing state regulation through legislative lobbying and disproportionate regulatory influence. They are also bringing their monopoly market power to bear unfairly on… Read more
Boulder — long committed to achieving significant climate goals — voted in the initial “carbon tax” to begin climate action, including exploring the muni, in November 2007. Xcel spent approximately… Read more
Boulder has accomplished great, and often challenging, things. It took decades to assemble our open space and mountain parks system; Boulder has been dedicated to paying the costs to acquire… Read more
In many ways I’m surprised and a bit saddened that I actually feel the need to write this explanation for why people should continue to support Boulder’s municipalization effort. I… Read more