Changing the plan, which hasn’t been updated since it was first adopted as a set of policy guidelines in 1983, has been in the works since last summer.
“The uses have changed at the reservoir — the types of uses and the numbers of people,” said Alice Guthrie, superintendent for Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Department. “It’s time for us to check in.”
Somebody alert the local paper: Boulder’s not perfect.
In a feat of data mapping that makes us happy we live in the future, the EPA has gone ahead and mapped “information on enforcement actions and cases from 2009.” Which is to say that if you were naughty last year, we can see your house from here.