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Hard for people to attend an open house between 9 - 11am, when the majority of the community is working -- to bad they didn't do it during the evening so more could attend. Or perhaps they planned it that way so they don't have to answer to their community's questions and concerns. Oh well, just another day in Moffat County ----
I am glad so many business owners attended this meeting, one to become an approved vendor, and to show the business owners are welcoming Shell and their subcontractors to our area. I believe Larry Neu took the positive attitude by being involved in the process. Too bad more of our community doesn't show the same respect to Shell, hunters, and our visitors. In a slow ecomomy we all need to work with those who stop in Craig/Moffat County and can enjoy their time here and want to return. Thanks again to Shell for their informational meetings.
The Colorado Legislature first passed its "Sunshine Law" in 1973, as an initiated Law of 1972. This act required disclosure of private interests by public officials; regulated lobbying; and, for the first time in Colorado, required open meetings of all meetings of two or more members of any board, committee, commission, or other policy making or rule making body of any state agency or authority or of the legislature in accordance with the provisions laid out in this bill.
According to Attorney General's Office, includes lunches too!
After being in office for a couple of terms, you would think the Commissioners would know and respect the Colorado Sunshine Law. But then, after all, it is Moffat County, where expectations and respect of the law can be sidelined as needed.
Two things -- (1).You are not in a lodging service industry, or you would know what Mrs. Booker says is true. (2).And if your opinion is based only on the pros and cons, please don't vote.
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