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The Regional Transportation District will hold a board study session Tuesday night February, 9, focusing on FasTracks and Northwest Rail specifically. KGNU’s Roz Brown says the meeting follows comments from an RTD official who recently questioned the wisdom of further […]
On April 18 Sustainable Resilient Longmont and the Longmont Museum presented a climate sustainability round-table to explore the link between the global climate crisis and local sustainability efforts. The forum was moderated by KGNU’s Liz Lane and included […]
Efforts are currently underway to have the city of Longmont commit to paying city workers a living wage. The Denver City Council recently unanimously approved a proposal to raise the minimum wage for city workers to $15.00 an hour. Peggy […]
Update: This story was originally broadcast in December 2015, the Martinez house is once again lit up for the holiday season with new segments on display in 2018. For more than 30 years, Tom and Debbie Martinez have created […]
On Tuesday night, Longmont city council heard from a handful of speakers about the proposed agreement with TOP operating and Cub Creek Energy that would stop all surface drilling in city limits, but would still allow fracking under city land through horizontal drilling.