Community connectors plug residents into Boulder’s civic engagement process

Shannon Young / KGNU

Representatives from various City of Boulder offices and departments gathered in North Boulder’s Foothills Community Park yesterday as part of “What’s Up Boulder.” The event was a large-scale community engagement effort to discuss current and future programs and projects.

News Director Shannon Young spoke with Lenora Cooper and Adela Aguirre; two “Community Connectors in Residence” about their roles, what they’ve been hearing from city residents, and how it’s shaped their recommendations for next year’s city budget.

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