Six hours of presentations and public comment wasn’t enough for Boulder’s Planning Board to feel comfortable issuing its recommendation on plans to turn the historic Marpa House into apartments for University of Colorado Boulder students.

The board continued its meeting last week to allow for more consideration and to give the building’s owner an opportunity to process the slew of criticisms levied by the community, most of which centered on issues such as noise, partying, traffic, and…

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