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So Scott, if all this can come to the light by simple math (over my head, I'm a lawyer) then why is this settlement deemed "confidential" ? Maybe it's the Trump in me (NOT) but I have to think there's more to this "confidential" agreement and it is to save face for Brita. Lookout in 2018 as Brita will be on the ballot running for something and already has her publicity team in order.
Why a "confidential" agreement ? Isn't this taxpayer's monies the we are talking about? My guess is that Peabody ended up paying what they originally offered months ago and Brita got nothing more. She just doesn't want the taxpayers to know that. Just CYA with a "confidential" agreement. Peabody should explain to the citizens of Routt County exactly what they paid. A violation of the "confidential" agreement ? What's Brita to do ? Sue them?
Brita won't stop here, she's running for something, wait and see.
This was built by my good friend David Herz in the '80's. From a distance it is a real tribute to the theme of this town in the Western gateway to downtown. It should be kept by the city for that reason alone.
In a sense he's already on the oil and gas "payroll".
Have you ever tried Medicare ? Never a problem for me. As anyone who is on Medicare, it works as advertised.
"Bennett is also mediocre". Scott he may be but the Senate does not need another Ted Cruz clone. The choice is clear.
According to the Denver POST, Tipton started raising campaign funds in January 2015, just months after his second re-election. That's what the incumbents do, immediately planning and raising money for the next election, a short two years off. Would term limits work?
Does Donald approve of your out-sourcing decision ? Nine locals out of work. Thanks a lot. Happy Halloween and Merry Christmas.
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