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Boulder is considering purchasing historic, 110-acre Poor Farm property for $5.2 million – The Denver Post

The Boulder City Council soon will vote on whether to approve, for $5.2 million, the purchase of the historic, 110-acre Boulder County Poor Farm property on 63rd Street.

If approved, the land would be folded into the city’s 45,000-acre Open Space and Mountain Parks division, and likely would serve a mix of agricultural and public recreational purposes in the future.

Only seven times in Boulder history has the city spent more than $5.2 million on an open space buy.

The Poor Farm property, a slice of county land northeast of Boulder, is highly recognizable from 63rd Street due to the red Queen Anne Victorian home that sits near the road.

Read the full story at DailyCamera.com

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