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Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020

Boulder city council this week opted to stick with a staff-proposed winter sheltering plan that halves the number of beds, has no overflow options aside from hotel rooms for those at risk of COVID and decreases spending by more than $300,000. Homeless service providers are hopeful that a slimmer shelter system will reduce demand from out-of-town transients and keep the focus —…

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