Boulder: Concern over nudist couple prompting new rules
BOULDER, Colo. – In response to neighborhood concerns about a nudist couple, the housing authority in Boulder plans to amend its rules so that tenants cover up when they’re outside.
Robert Pierce says he’ll fight changes that would keep his wife from gardening outside topless, which is legal under state and city law.
Boulder Housing Partners Executive Director Betsey Martens didn’t return a phone call Friday seeking details on how covered residents would have to be.
The City Council is considering expanding its anti-nudity ordinance, but a proposal to make it an offense for women to go topless in public was removed.
A city spokesman says the housing authority is a separate entity and that the city can’t dictate agency rules.
Information from: Daily Camera, http://www.dailycamera.com/