Group sues City of Boulder over Rocky Flats trail plan May 13, 2021

Boulder Weekly

Now that Boulder, as of April, has joined the greater expansion project — to the tune of $200,000 — the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the City (Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Environmental Information Network and the biologist Harvey Nichols) say it didn’t consider funding trails that would circumvent the Rocky Flats site. The group claims the City was required to consider such alternatives based on its 2016 resolution to fund trail connections in the area.

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