Amanda WartonMy opinion is Boulder has every right to start charging people to use its open space. The County has made excellent and wise use of its tax dollars, which attracts people from neighboring communities - I wish my local community could achieve the same! Unfortunately, this can lead to degradation of the trails & open space - a usage tax is only fair for those who don't pay property or the majority of sales tax in Boulder. What's your opinion? See the full article here:
Washington, DC - 9 yearss ago
Greg JenkinsIt goes to show that when a community like Boulder invests wisely in their natural resources they can definitely benefit, even by charging outsiders. Boulder's real estate market is the strongest in the country because of their constant pursuit of purchasing open space and controlling development. Go Boulder.
Washington, DC - 8 yearss ago