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Boulder Valley proposes $425M budget

Boulder Valley proposes $425M budget

Boulder Valley School District leaders described funding for public education in Colorado as “a complex challenge” in the proposed budget for the 2022-2023 school year.
Broomfield police report, May 23, 2022

Broomfield police report, May 23, 2022

Two people were arrested on suspicion of flashing a gun at people at a park on May 16 in the 100 block of Greenway Drive.
Officials advocate for Afghan refugee support

Officials advocate for Afghan refugee support

Local, state and federal officials advocated for more support for Afghan refugees during a virtual panel conversation Monday.
Broomfield still under drought watch

Broomfield still under drought watch

Broomfield residents are being advised to take water-conservation measures in light of an ongoing drought watch across Colorado
Broomfield looks to aid monarch butterflies

Broomfield looks to aid monarch butterflies

In hopes of focusing community attention on habitat restoration efforts for at-risk butterfly species, Mayor Guyleen Castriotta will take the “Mayors' Monarch Pledge” during the Broomfield City Council meeting on Monday.
Broomfield sets out to add to its history

Broomfield sets out to add to its history

Throughout the year the history team will invite the community to join in special programs, projects and partnerships.
Luncheon at Broomfield Senior Center honors active duty and military veterans

Luncheon at Broomfield Senior Center honors active duty and military veterans

Military veterans and active-duty members were honored during a luncheon on Thursday at the Broomfield Senior Center.
Broomfield considers water in redevelopment plans

Broomfield considers water in redevelopment plans

On Tuesday night, Broomfield City Council reviewed necessary changes to future development, including updating the city’s water distribution system. 
Gas station plan shunned by Council due to past promises

Gas station plan shunned by Council due to past promises

Proximity to comparable services and prior development understandings were principal concerns raised over a proposal to build a new gas station at Lowell and E. Midway boulevards during a Broomfield City Council study session on May 17.
Broomfield chooses new deputy city/county manager

Broomfield chooses new deputy city/county manager

Davis will begin July 11.
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