Moe: Send PUC your thoughts
To the editor:
On Sept. 12, I wrote a letter to the editor encouraging all Moffat County residents to participate in the Colorado Public Utilities Commission’s public hearing in Denver on Sept. 23.
In order to make sure I had the opportunity to testify before the PUC and state my beliefs of what would happen to this community, our friends and neighbors, and our local economy if Colorado House Bill 10-1365 were to be implemented, I arrived at the P.U.C. offices early. I wanted to make sure my voice would be heard.
It is important for every member of this community to have their voices heard by the PUC.
On Sept. 29, I was fortunate to have spoken with the Wellness Wednesday attendees, and tell them of my testimony before the PUC. I also informed them of the importance of making all our voices heard to the PUC. As a follow up to my speech, last Wednesday, I dropped off two sets of post cards already addressed to the PUC.
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One set contained a pre-written message to the PUC regarding the negative impact Colorado House Bill 10-1365 would have on our area. To finish the card, just sign it and affix a 28-cent stamp. The other set was also pre-addressed with the PUC board names, but with a space left for individuals to write their own message, then affix a 28-cent stamp.
The PUC will be accepting written comments only until Oct. 19.
Both sets of these PUC post cards are available at many businesses around town, and at the Best Western, 262 Commerce St.
Please, won’t you invest 28 cents in Moffat County’s future?
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Editor’s note: This story was updated at 6:45 p.m. to include a response from the Bureau of Land Management’s national office.