Group appeals dismissal of lawsuit over Boulder building Rocky Mountain Greenway March 17, 2022

Colorado Hometown Weekly

A group is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals to reverse the dismissal of their lawsuit meant to stop Boulder from building an underpass connecting trails in Boulder and Boulder County with trails in Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is the site of a former production facility for nuclear weapons parts.

The lawsuit was filed in May by attorney Randall Weiner on behalf of the Colorado chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Environmental Information Network and biologist Harvey Nichols.

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