Boulder City Council Schedules New Nablus Sister City Hearing

The Boulder City Council has scheduled a re-hearing on the BNSCP Nablus Sister City application for December 13th at 6:00 pm at the Council Chambers located in the Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway St.  Note that this is a special meeting, not a regular meeting of the City Council, and so there will not be a “public participation” session at the beginning as at their regular meetings, and there are tentatively only two agenda items.

If you would like to express your opinion to the City Council on this subject, you may address a short email to council@bouldercolorado.gov by noon, Wednesday December 7, 2016.  If you would like to speak to the council on the issue at the meeting, sign up online through Eventbrite prior to 4:30 pm or in person beginning at 5 pm,  and you may speak for TWO MINUTES, when the issue is called up on the agenda.  You should be sure to be at the Municipal Building by 6:00 pm if you plan to speak.

If you have questions about the issue or the meeting, you may contact Sara-Jane Cohen or Liz Fox for more information.

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