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”
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.