Boulder: Council Postpones Head Tax Ballot Issue

The Boulder City Council decided it was too late to put an occupational privilege (employee tax) on the November ballot. Mayor Matt Appelbaum instigated the proposal. The tax, at a rate of somewhere between $2 and $5 per month, would have been imposed on all employees in the city, though exemptions would have been madeContinue reading “Boulder: Council Postpones Head Tax Ballot Issue”

Boulder: Council Discusses Affordable Housing Linkage Fee

Does commercial development contribute to the housing demand more than other sectors of the economy?  How will a linkage fee affect commercial lease rates? The City Council should look at a more comprehensive approach. The affordable “horse” got out of the Boulder barn a long time ago.