Boulder will not charge residents for flood restoration and repair permit, ABC 7 News The Denver Channel, September 21, 2013
The ABC 7 website posted a report regarding Boulder’s efforts to rehabilitate its community after being affected by a devastating flood. The local government plans to waive any fees for flood restoration and repair permits so that locals can have their homes properly restored. As the article says:
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