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Local Architect and Builder Offers Input To Boulder County Building Officials On Wildfire Mitigation
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex and Lance offers input to Boulder County building officials on wildfire mitigation efforts after the devastating Marshall wildfires.
Local Business Owner Offers Input To Boulder County Building Officials On Wildfire Mitigation Effort
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex offers input to Boulder County building officials on wildfire mitigation efforts after the devastating Marshall wildfires.
How Speaking Truth to Power Can Land You More Business!
On a recent episode of Inside the Firm Alex and Lance discuss how because of them speaking truth to power in Boulder County is actually leading them to earn even more new business!
Boulder County Sheriff: Marshall Fire investigation to last “several more months”
A neighborhood in Marshall following the December fire.Heather Willard. (Boulder, Colo.) The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that its investigation into what caused the Marshall Fire continues and likely will take “several more months.”
Boulder County fire victims face challenge finding temporary housing
A burned vehicle sits in a Louisville neighborhood decimated by the Marshall Fire.Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images. (Boulder County, Colo.) Residents displaced by the Marshall Fire will need to get creative to find temporary housing.
“New Year’s Miracle”: No fatalities in Colorado fire that destroys up to 1,000 homes
Firefighters work to extinguish flames in Louisville, Colo., on Dec. 31.Photo by RJ Sangosti/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images. (Boulder County) Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said “it’s unbelievable we don’t have a list of 100 missing persons,” during a Friday morning news conference to discuss wind-whipped wildfires that devastated the county Thursday.
Wind-whipped Colorado wildfires burn more than 600 homes, displace thousands
A Mountain View wildland firefighter walks through the smoke and haze in Louisville, Colorado on Dec. 30.Photo by Marc Piscotty/Getty Images. (Boulder County, Colo.) Winds up to 100 mph drove wildfires east from Boulder Thursday, burning more than 600 homes and an undetermined more of businesses. Evacuations displaced more than 30,000 people in Superior, Louisville, and Boulder County.