Boulder City Manager Announces Retirement

BOULDER, CO — Jane Brautigam, Boulder’s first female city manager and the longest serving Boulder city manager in modern history, announced Monday that she will retire on Oct. 30.

“The time has come for me to step into the next journey in my life,” Brautigam said in a statement.

“I am, and always will be, proud of what all of us together have achieved for the City of Boulder. The lessons I have learned here, the ethics and integrity I have seen embodied in all that we have done, the innovation and creativity that has been part of our approach

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A San Francisco zoo thinks a 50-pound mountain lion that ran loose through the city killed 2 of its wallaroos and a kangaroo

In this image from surveillance camera video provided by KGO-TV/ABC7, a young mountain lion wanders through the station’s parking lot in San Francisco on June 16, 2020.

KGO-TV/ABC7 via Associated Press

  • A 50-pound mountain lion that ran loose through San Francisco is suspected of killing three marsupials in the city’s zoo.
  • The zoo said it’s investigating the deaths of two wallaroos and one red kangaroo.
  • Before the mountain lion was found, police had warned the city that it was likely “confused and lost,” and to “make yourself appear big and shout” if they encountered it.
  • The mountain lion was eventually
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