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6 January 2012
at 10:17 a.m.
Moffat County's highest paid employee (Comstock) and his cohort at the “museum” should each lease beneath their private homes first, then talk about leasing off our county's valuable fairgrounds, parks, etc.
27 October 2011
at 2:10 p.m.
This guy is hilarious. He scapegoats “rising taxes” and “tough economic times” on the fact that he was delinquent in paying $11K in taxes? Nice try. You can't blame everything on our President, try taking some responsibility for your own actions.
24 October 2011
at 6:23 p.m.
What a bunch of crybabies. The richest industry in the world, and by far the most heavily subsidized by US taxpayers, asking for handouts and whining about regulations. These guys ought to focus on drilling the millions of acres they already have access to before driving around in a bus on a National Whining Tour asking for more. Don't let the door hit you on the way out!
20 October 2011
at 8:14 a.m.
90% open to oil and gas? How is this plan “balanced”? Fuzzy math.
22 August 2011
at 11:57 a.m.
cue the crickets from the industry mouthpieces including our “esteemed” County Commissioners and staff.
17 August 2011
at 11:54 a.m.
So, they are open to Wilderness designations as long as all the lands in the County that qualify for wilderness are “released” or not protected? More fuzzy math from the old boys network….
2 August 2011
at 2:33 p.m.
Ratholer - the middle line is already identified. i.e develop oil and gas in moffat county in appropriate areas while protecting our clean air, clean water, wilderness, and wildlife populations. It can be done, but industry (and our reluctant Commissioners) need to move into the 21st century and buy in as well. Nobody should be given a blank check because they claim to be providing jobs. Especially when most these jobs are filled by Texans (see the article on landmen in Moffat County) or by people already working for the companies in nearby Rio Blanco County, the Vernal area, or Rock Springs. Besides, how many jobs will be lost if our elk/mule deer herds crash (like they did in Pinedale, WY and like they're doing in the Piceance Basin)?
27 July 2011
at 11:06 a.m.
is Jean Stetson referring to the special interest groups like Colorado Cattleman's Association? How about the special interest groups like Shell Oil or the Colorado Oil and Gas Association? I too get nervous when I hear these special interest groups propose ideas for our river.
10 March 2011
at 11:40 a.m.
I think by “community input” she means “Moffat County Commissioners, Natural Resources Director, and out-of-state Big Oil's input”.
10 March 2011
at 8:49 a.m.
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