Monday, February 17, 2020

District Attorney’s Office Conducting “Inquiry” Into OUR Center Complaint Against Two City Council Members

The Boulder County District Attorney's Office is conducting an "inquiry" into the complaint filed by OUR Center Board President Julia Rush against City Councilmembers Joan Peck and Polly Christensen.
Regina Cheyney speaking at the December 3rd Longmont City Council Meeting

Two Additional Private Email Addresses Found for Two City Council Members

On Monday December 16th, Longmont City Clerk Dawn Quintana responded to follow up questions regarding the open records request filed by Longmont resident Regina Cheyney.
Regina Cheyney speaking at the December 3rd Longmont City Council Meeting

Response to CORA Request Will Not Include Independent Inspection of Two City Council Members’...

On the morning of December 6th, City Clerk Dawn Quintana, whose office processes open records requests, sent an email to a number of interested parties to detail the process that would be used to respond to Cheyney's request.

Longmont City Council Members Weigh In on the Christensen/Peck Controversy

Members of the Longmont City Council have begun to respond to the complaint filed by Julia Rush, President of the Board of Directors of the OUR Center.

Complaint Against Two Longmont City Council Members sent to Boulder County District Attorney

A report that a complaint against two Longmont City Council Members has been forwarded to the Boulder County District. Attorney for review.

Live: Impeachment Inquiry Continues with Former Ukraine Ambassador The second public hearing of the Intelligence Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry...

LIVE: Watch the Impeachment Inquiry into President Donald Trump

The Longmont Observer is providing this live stream of the hearing as a way to provide residents with an unbiased source for residents to learn about what is taking place in the hearings.

Boulder County D.A. Continues Commitment To Address Racial Inequities

Boulder County's District Attorney, Michael Dougherty, traveled to Montgomery, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia to engage in a series of events involving civil rights and racial injustice.

Editorial: Longmont Observer Wins Public Access TV Contract – Will Create A ‘media makerspace’

Now that the City of Longmont has lifted its confidentiality terms on us (which happened on Thursday, September 26), we can announce some exciting news.
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