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The article starts and ends with Soroco. About 62 percent of the story is focused on Soroco athletes (by number of words) with Hayden next and Steamboat last.
This is the second of a two-part article, as is noted at the top and linked to three times before the third paragraph.
From the first part:
The water rights holders could structure the agreement so that they could get the transferred amount back from the CWCB in the future, allowing them to implement more efficient irrigation measures without risking the loss of part of their decreed water.
Good catch, Pat. Fixing it now. Thanks.
- Michael Schrantz
It was Tuesday. The days were mixed up.
The town never cited Holly as an example. I called or obtained budgets from the municipalities in Colorado that manage electric utilities and picked Holly as an example for the comparable size of the utility and population of the town.
It is my understanding that Holly does not have a budgeted fee system for the utilities, but, instead, takes whatever it needs to fill budget gaps at the end of the year.
As you are a subject in the story, returning a call would allow me to add your arguments.
I did not write nor imply that anyone suggested having a demonstration arguing against the public's right to vote on any issue. Those present at the Town Board meeting talked about educating the public about the town's budget.
If you have any questions, contact me at 970-871-4206.
Thanks for pointing that out. I updated the story to include the potluck time and the link to the event. Sorry about the oversight.
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