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Making Sense of the Energy Related Measures on Boulder’s Ballot - Fall 2013
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As many of you know, there are going to be two measures on Boulder’s ballot this fall that relate to the city’s exploration of forming a municipal electric utility.

10/8/2013
When: 10/08/2013
12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Where: Elevations Credit Union-Boulder
Second Floor Training Room
2960 Diagonal Highway
Boulder 80304
Contact: info@bgbg.org
303-447-0901


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As many of you know, there are going to be two measures on Boulder’s ballot this fall that relate to the city’s exploration of forming a municipal electric utility.  
 
Local professionals have asked for clarity on the intent and ramifications of these measures to help inform their decision before ballots arrive. 

Representatives from each of the issue committees involved with these measures will provide background information and make their case for why they support their position. A representative from the City of Boulder will give a brief overview of the process to date, key decisions moving forward, and  set the stage for the various opinions we will hear.
 
This event is open to the community and non-members, so tell your friends and colleagues to come join us for this important and informative brown bag!  Space is limited to 125 seats.
 
Speakers:
Johnathan Koehn, City of Boulder
Representative of Voter Approval of Debt Limits
Ken Regelson, Empower Our Future
Steve Fenberg, on behalf of Voters Against Xcel Buying Elections
Susan Osborne will be speaking on behalf of "Boulder’s Clean Energy Future – Yes on 2E”

Other speakers to be confirmed....
 
The Colorado Green Building Guild vision is to ensure the wide-spread adoption of sustainable building practices to increase the efficient use of resources, create healthier buildings, and support vibrant sustainable communities. 

Our mission is to create and support community-focused networks of building professionals and local governments in order to:  
  • Share knowledge
  • Increase business opportunities
  • Support a clean energy economy
  • Make sustainable building common practice 
 

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