March 2, 2012 - Boulder Energy Future News
Andrew Barth, Energy Future, 303-441-1937
New online feedback opportunity available; sign up for the project e-mail list
The city has also introduced a new online feedback application called UserVoice that allows people to suggest ideas related to the Energy and Climate Future Project, comment on other people’s ideas and also vote on the best idea presented on the forum. This application, along with a more traditional e-comment/question form, is available at www.BoulderEnergyFuture.com. The current question focuses on topic suggestions for upcoming electronic newsletters the city is preparing related to Energy Future and climate action planning work.
Individuals are also encouraged to visit the website to sign up for the project newsletter and other informational e-mails that will contain regular project updates. Registration for the e-mail list takes only a few seconds, and the city will not share your information with any external sources.
Public invited to second energy and climate Walk-in Wednesday
The City of Boulder invites the public back to meet with staff to discuss all things related to the Boulder Energy and Climate Future project. The second “Walk-In Wednesday” session will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7, in the West Senior Center, 909 Arapahoe Ave.
City staff involved with the project will be available to answer questions, listen to suggestions and collect feedback. Another session is planned from 3 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21 at the West Senior Center and the city hopes to continue these bi-weekly sessions throughout 2012. Additional dates and locations will be announced as the details are finalized.
The city is committed to involving the community in the ongoing research and analysis associated with the potential creation of a city-owned electric utility, and Walk-In Wednesdays will be just one of several opportunities for the public to provide feedback on the project in 2012.
Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2012 07:58