Infrastructure law doling out money to pave subdivisions

Series: April Fools | Story 15

March 30, 2022

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Thanks to a grant to Boulder County in the latest infrastructure bill, residents of Niwot will soon be able to repair or repave the street directly in front of their own houses.

Boulder County is at long last getting funds to pave orphaned subdivision roads. Money from the federal infrastructure law is being filtered through the county and distributed to individuals so they can pave the section of road in front of their residence.

Funds are available to homeowners and tenants who live outside Boulder city limits. The exception is those who live on a major artery or sc...

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