By Amy Bounds. Originally published in the Daily Camera on August 24, 2020.
"Amid the many impassioned pleas—and occasional personal attacks—shared during the Boulder City Council’s recent hourlong public comment session was a catchy jingle sung by Boulder’s Krista Nordback.
Nordback, an organizer with the Bedrooms Are For People campaign, said she wanted to provide a little levity while also laying out the campaign’s ongoing fight to get on the ballot, from petitioning during a pandemic to now appealing a district court decision.
'Boulder, Boulder, college town, why are things so upside down? Mansions, mansions on the Hill, but our friends are homeless still. Bedrooms are for people,' she sang."