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Current laws are sufficient. We don't need another law on the books.
This bill doesn't deserve to be resurrected. Current laws are more than adequate. My two cents.
Thank you, guys!!!
John Kinkaid, MBA
Moffat County Commissioner
This would be like Denver losing 50,000 jobs, as the Governor pointed out last week.
Here's a short YouTube video that you may not have seen:
The "solar garden" is a sharp stick in the eye to every coal miner and power plant worker in Routt and Moffat Counties.
If residents want to spend their money on fluff, they can certainly do so.
But remember that Twentymile mine is the number one taxpayer in Routt County.
Just my two cents.
Not one Republican state legislator voted in favor of SB 252 and yet it became law through shear force of will.
We keep getting run over at the state capitol and our economy suffers as a result.
BTW...... Yesterday I gave an interview to The Wall Street Journal.
What I said was....
That I would be okay with a compromise solution.
A compromised solution would not be good. Ha.
I don't see a net improvement for the Valley. I haven't read a positive study yet.
Having read this letter by Sen. Udall, I would like to know what the plan is to restore our forests and their beauty. Does it include planting new trees?
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