Boulder to re-examine spending on homeless

By: The Associated Press
January 14, 2014 Updated: January 14, 2014 at 7:23 am

BOULDER — Boulder officials are taking a close look at their spending on services for the homeless to make sure they are not creating incentives for transients.

They also plan to increase enforcement against undesirable behavior in city parks and they plan to work with the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless to expand transitional services.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera ( ), Boulder City Council members say the most frequent complaint they get from the public is the large number of people who hang out along the Boulder Creek Path, in Central Park and in front of the Boulder Main Public Library.


Information from: Daily Camera,

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