Boulder operations closed Tuesday to honor lives lost – The Denver Post

Boulder facilities and buildings will be closed Tuesday, March 30, giving employees an opportunity to process and grieve the King Soopers shooting.

“Our entire community is reeling from this tragedy, including our employees,” said interim city manager Chris Meschuk in a news release. “Ten lives were lost last week, including a beloved colleague and a city advisory board volunteer, and our staff need space and time to reflect, grieve and process an incredibly challenging week.”

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City employees who are unable to take off work will be afforded eight hours of vacation time to use at a later date.

Additionally, public meetings and engagement events will also be canceled.

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