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    1. Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners consider open space drones policy

      Boulder County commissioners on Tuesday are to review proposed guidelines about whether and when drones should be permitted to be launched, flown above, or landed on county-owned open space lands.

      Limited uses of such "unmanned aircraft systems" (UAS) would be allowed for scientific and agricultural research and the monitoring of wildlife, natural resources, vegetation, and tenant farmers' crops and livestock, under a policy drafted by the Parks and Open Space Department staff and endorsed by the county's Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee in January.

      The county staff would have to give its advance consent for such uses.

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    2. Denver seeks public comment on four-year workforce plans

      Denver seeks public comment on four-year workforce plans

      City officials is seeking comments on its workforce development services and program plans for the next four years. The plan is a draft for the city's state and federally funded workforce development services and programs and will help guide Denver as it strives to maintain a vibrant community with plenty of job and career opportunities.

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    3. 9 Colorado cities vote Tuesday on municipal broadband internet; pot also on local ballots

      9 Colorado cities vote Tuesday on municipal broadband internet; pot also on local ballots

      Voters in nine mostly-rural Colorado communities will vote Tuesday on whether to authorize municipal high-speed internet services. According to the Colorado Municipal League, voters in 36 Colorado cities and towns already have authorized a community-based broadband service, either directly provided by local government or by a third-party vendor. But many Colorado cities that have approved local broadband have not yet launched such a service.

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    4. SIPA doles out micro-grants to help Colorado governments get online – Lynn Bartels on SOS.state.co.us

      SIPA doles out micro-grants to help Colorado governments get online – Lynn Bartels on SOS.state.co.us

      An app for anglers statewide, a GIS map for fire hydrants in the Le Veta Fire Protection District and scanning newspaper articles about the Chicano movement for Colorado State University at Pueblo — those proposals and more received micro-grants Tuesday night from a program designed to help government put more information and services online.

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