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  1. Boulder County eyes certificates of participation to fund flood repairsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Boulder County Commissioners on Thursday will discuss the use of certificates of participation to fund faster completion of various flood-recovery projects. The Times-Call reports that the county would use revenue from the flood-recovery sales and use tax approved by Boulder County voters last November to repay the debt.

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  2. Boulder council gives Hill housing restrictions final approvalRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Boulder city council on Tuesday gave final approval to disallow new housing, other than permanently affordable housing, to be built in the University Hill's commercial district. The Daily Camera reports that the plan fell short of the wishes of some council members and business owners, who wanted all housing prohibited from the area that is bounded by University Avenue on the North, College Avenue on the south, Broadway to the east and 13th street to the west.

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  3. Test GalleryRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    Gov. John Hickenlooper's oil and natural-gas task force on Tuesday evening voted to recommend proposals to bolster local Boulder-based The Kitchen CafA LLC has sued Loveland restaurant Next Door Food and Drink for trademark-infringement, alleging that its name We all want to be doing things that are satisfying and that make us happy. Employees and business owners are "How's The Market?" is a question real estate agents get from customers all the time.

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  4. Stryd launches power meter for runners via KickstarterRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    Stryd, a Boulder startup developing a wearable power meter for runners, made a splash Tuesday by raising more than $80,000 on the first day of its Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. Stryd, officially Athlete Architect LLC, has been working on the technology for three years, enlisting elite athletes in the Boulder area in the testing process, but Tuesday marked the first availability of the device to the general public.

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  5. New floodplain rules for oil facilities criticized by conservationistsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Boulder County Business Report

    Oil and natural-gas producers will have to follow long-awaited rules approved by the state this week for facilities in floodplains, but conservationists say the regulations do not go far enough. The nine-member Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission unanimously approved Monday new regulations designed to better protect oil and gas facilities in floodplains following the September 2013 deluge, which led oil and natural-gas companies to suspend production on nearly 2,700 oil and natural-gas wells in Northern Colorado.

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  6. RES Americas completes Texas wind project with Vestas turbinesRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Boulder County Business Report

    Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. said Tuesday it has completed the construction of a 110-megawatt wind project in Texas owned by Canada-based Enbridge Inc. Broomfield-based RES Americas did not disclose financial terms of the deal for constructing the Keechi Wind Project in Jack County. The system will deliver electricity to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas Inc. market under a 20-year power-purchase agreement with Microsoft Corp. RES Americas installed 55 turbines with 49-meter blades that were manufactured by Vestas Wind Systems AS in Colorado.

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  7. Developers eye boutique hotel on University HillRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Boulder County Business Report

    The city of Boulder is in preliminary discussions with developers about the possibility of building a boutique hotel on University Hill. The Daily Camera reports that the hotel would be along the 1300 block of Broadway on the sites of multiple businesses, including Bova's Market and Grill and Dot's Diner.

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  8. Active Interest Media promotes Andy Clurman to CEORead the original story

    Yesterday | The Boulder County Business Report

    Andrew Clurman has been promoted to chief executive of Boulder-based Active Interest Media, a publisher of consumer magazines including Yoga Journal, Backpacker, SKI and Skiing. Clurman retains the title of president, but he will drop his former title of chief operating officer.

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  9. Fort Collins, Boulder two sites for Galvanize 24-hour hackathonRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Boulder County Business Report

    Galvanize will host a 24-hour hackathon March 27 and 28 in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and San Francisco with the aim of supporting women in technology. Dubbed gHack, the event will begin at 5 p.m. Mountain time on the 27th and run through 5 p.m. on the 28th.

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  10. BizWest unveils Boulder Valley 40 Under Forty honoreesRead the original story

    Monday | The Boulder County Business Report

    Tickets still are available for 40 Under Forty Boulder Valley, a BizWest event to recognize 40 of the area's top young professionals under the age of 40, the best and brightest of emerging leaders in 2015 that make a difference in their companies, industries and communities. The event will be held from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, 3080 Center Green Drive in Boulder.

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  11. Boulder Chamber names leadership award winnersRead the original story

    Monday | The Boulder County Business Report

    Judy Amabile, co-owner of Polar Bottle/Product Architects, will receive the Boulder Chamber's Virginia Patterson Business Person of the Year award next month at the chamber's 2015 Celebration of Leadership awards event. Amabile will be recognized for helping turn a family business into a global leader in design and manufacturing of high-tech beverage containers, while helping grow Boulder's outdoor recreation industry, according to a chamber statement.

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  12. Bhakti Chai lands $3M investment from Colorado Impact FundRead the original story

    Monday | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Colorado Impact Fund is investing $3 million in Boulder-based Bhakti Chai, a manufacturer of craft-brewed chai tea. A portion of the investment will be used to help Bhakti Chai build a larger manufacturing facility in Longmont, support the company's sales and marketing efforts, and expand distribution nationwide.

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  13. Longmont to pay $550,000 for land near Ralph Price ReservoirRead the original story

    Monday | The Boulder County Business Report

    The city of Longmont has struck a deal in which it will pay $550,000 for a 40-acre property near Ralph Price Reservoir as part of its efforts to manage land around the reservoir. The Times-Call reports that the deal, which is pending city council approval, includes Leupold family land and a house, the latter of which could be renovated and converted into a ranger house.

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  14. Colorado oil, gas agency to vote on flood protection rulesRead the original story

    Monday | The Boulder County Business Report

    The commission that regulates oil and gas drilling in Colorado is preparing to decide on new rules to limit spills during major floods like the one that hit the Front Range and eastern plains in 2013. The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is expected to vote Monday on proposals that include requiring that all new wells be equipped with technology allowing them to be shut down remotely.

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  15. Crocs shares climb despite 4Q lossRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Crocs Inc. saw shares climb 4.3 percent Friday despite a fourth-quarter earnings report following Thursday's market close that included a larger net loss than analysts had expected. The Niwot-based shoemaker reported a net loss of $56.9 million, or 70 cents per share, for the period ending Dec. 31, compared to a loss of $66.9 million or 76 cents per share for the same period a year earlier.

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  16. Denver-Julesburg Basin rig count holds steadyRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    After several weeks in a row of declines, the number rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the Denver-Julesburg Basin held steady this week at 39. But the count is still down 16 from the same time a year ago. As a state, Colorado saw its rig count fall from 47 to 44 this week.

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  17. CSU submits plan for two-story admin office buildingRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    The Colorado State University Research Foundation has submitted plans to the city of Fort Collins to construct a two-story, 28,500-square-foot office building south of the CSU campus in Fort Collins. Rick Callan, senior real estate analyst for CSURF, said the plans were submitted to have them ready when CSU feels the need for more office space.

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  18. RGS Energy reaps $3.5M in net proceeds from public offeringRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Real Goods Solar Inc. , which does business as RGS Energy, announced Friday that it has closed its public offering of 7 million units of Class A common stock and Series A, B, C, D and E warrants. The units sold for 50 cents apiece, and RGS will pull in about $2.75 million in net proceeds after expenses and fees associated with the sale are deducted.

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  19. Denver-to-slopes ski train tickets sell out in 12 hoursRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    All 400 tickets were sold within 12 hours for a one-day, roundtrip ski-train excursion from downtown Denver to Winter Park, according to spokesmen for the resort and Amtrak. But Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari added that a number of questions would have to be answered first, including how often service would run, how much it would cost and whether enough rail cars would be available given that ski season parallels several busy holiday travel periods.

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  20. Mike Pruznick joins Fort Collins mayor raceRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Mike Pruznick on Thursday made the quest for Fort Collins' mayoral seat a three-way race as the deadline for filing closed. The Coloradoan reports that the field is set for all of Fort Collins' city council spots.

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