Showing posts from September, 2013

Boulder Landlord-Tenant Q & A w/ Attorneys

City of Boulder Community Mediation Service sponsors Q&A for landlords and tenants affected by the flood
The City of Boulder Community Mediation Program is hosting a Q&A session with local landlord –tenant attorneys on Thursday, Sept. 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, 1777 Broadway.
Attorneys will be on hand to answer flood-related questions and explain legal rights under the Colorado landlord tenant law including the warranty of habitability.
The program is free and open to the public.  Flyer is attached.
For more information, contact Community Mediation Service at 303-441-4364.

Trash Receptacles for Flood Debris

Sept. 15, 2013 - City, County to Provide Trash Receptacles for Flood Debris at Various Community Locations Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013
Media Contacts: 720-564-2935 (EOC Media Line) City, county to provide trash receptacles for flood debris at various community locations The City of Boulder and Boulder County have been working collaboratively to place trash receptacles ("roll-off" containers or Dumpsters) at various locations to collect flood-damaged debris. Delivery begins Sunday, Sept. 15 and will take two to three days. Initial locations are listed below. Residents are encouraged to use this resource for safe removal of spoiled food, damaged carpet, household materials and other flood-related debris. The trash receptacles will be emptied daily and will remain in place for a limited period of time, based on need. Materials that CANNOT be placed in the receptacles include: Electronics, such as computers, monitors and televisions. By state law these cannot be disposed i…

Boulder Drinking Water

BARHA Members and residents of Boulder, BE CAREFUL with DRINKING WATER for now, even if they say it is OK. There can be breaches and cracks in sewer pipes after flooding throughout urban areas, even if small, and certain waste-water plants in our area have been compromised, and when that happens, contaminated water can go anywhere, and follow any flow across flooded areas, parks,  on land or into any creeks, ditches, etc. and get into other water.  Be careful with faucet drinking/cooking water for now, even if they say it is okay.
(You can fill 5 gal bottles at El Dorado or Indian Peaks...with El Dorado evacuation, might be easier to get to Indian Peaks on N Broadway across from YellowPine Rd or where N Bld Spruce Cafe is located....across Broadway from that...small funky little office on West side of Broadway, must go there first). Or whatever other way you can do to be safe. They recommend not using tap water for drinking, cooking, brushing teeth, at least.

Here is one e…