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Opinion: Timothy Thomas: Boulder should have an independently elected city auditor

The City and County of Denver currently has an independently elected city auditor. Boulder does not. According to its current website, the Denver Auditor’s Office conducts “independent audits of city agencies to help mitigate identified risks in order to enhance efficiency and effectiveness, reduce costs, and improve the quality of services.” In addition, the DCA’s Audit Plan states that its audits can help “encourage equity … for programs and agencies across the city.”
DENVER, CO
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Opinion: Timothy Thomas: Renters and homeowners in Boulder: A tale of two cities

In the public discourse over affordable housing in Boulder, discussions tend to revolve around issues of housing density, job-housing imbalance, increased traffic, the number of students at the University of Colorado Boulder, flood protection and lately, adequate supplies of water for our growing population. While all of these points are...
BOULDER, CO
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Opinion: Timothy Thomas: Divisiveness? We are already divided

In a rebuttal to my last column, Thom Krueger “Affordable housing: More development isn’t a solution” (Feb. 25) cautioned me and others not to present arguments in favor of affordable housing that are oh-so-divisive. We are all liberals, right? Socioeconomic progressives and hardcore environmentalists should be working...
BOULDER, CO

April 7, 2001: Cincinnati police officer shoots Timothy Thomas

White police officer Stephen Roach shot and killed 19-year-old Timothy Thomas, who was unarmed, in a dark alley. He was acquitted after the judge ruled that Roach’s response was “reasonable.” Protesters took to the streets in response to the killing, and demonstrators warned, “No justice, no peace.” It was one of the greatest fights against racial discrimination and police brutality since the civil rights movement. [Pictured: A protester holds up a sign May 7, 2001, in Cincinnati, Ohio.]
CINCINNATI, OH