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Boulder City Council Votes 7-2 to Approve Nablus Sister City

According to the Boulder Daily Camera article by Alex Burness, Boulder’s City Council approved the Nablus Sister City proposal on Tuesday night.  The hearing, which was addressed by 78 speakers, ended in a council vote of 7-2 some four hours after it began.

Voting for: Appelbaum, Brockett, Jones, Morzel, Weaver, Yates and Young. Voting against: Burton and Shoemaker.

Read more here at the Daily Camera:

Reversing 2013 decision, Boulder makes Nablus, Palestine, its 8th sister city

Jackie Sprinces Wong expresses her concerns about having Nablus, Palestine, as a sister city to Boulder during a Boulder City Council meeting Tuesday. (Jeremy Papasso / Camera Staff Photographer)

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