those agreed to by the masses." While Danish said there are few environmental, economic or social problems facing Boulder, Cindy Pieropan, a housing planner with the Boulder Housing and Human Services department, said she disagrees disagrees with two-thirds two-thirds two-thirds of Danish's contention. "I would say Boulder has a lot of economic problems when it comes to working low- low- and middle-class middle-class middle-class families," Pieropan said. "It's difficult difficult to make a living and afford housing here. Socially, I think we do have problems, but it's a per-" per-" per-" ception and unwillingness of other portions of the community to realty realty recognize it." There is a large gap between the rich and the working poor, she said. Some segments of the community community have a tendency to get worked up about traffic circles and relocating prairie dogs if the city's workers can't afford homes in Boulder, their attitude is that's too bad, Pieropan said. But there are no particular problems that can be directly associated with the growth management management ordinance, Pieropan said.