Blue Wave Hits Colorado

A Democratic majority will take their seats in the Colorado Senate in January, ushering in a new era for the state. At the helm, Jared Polis, Democrat, will take his seat as Governor. Also victorious in the Colorado Attorney General race was Phil Weiser, a Democrat, who will replace Cynthia Coffman, who many see as a strong proponent for…

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Upcoming Erie Board of Trustees Meeting on 11/4/2018 Highlights Crestone Peak Operator Agreement Presentation and Q&A with Citizens

On Sunday 11/4/2018 at 2:00 pm, the town of Erie will have Board of Trustees meeting that highlights a “Crestone Peak Operator Agreement Presentation,” Q&A with citizens, and “A Resolution Of The Board Of Trustees Of The Town Of Erie Approving An Amended And Restated Operator Agreement With Crestone Peak Resources LLC.” The meeting will be at the Erie…

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Here on the Surface, the Facts Matter

An independent research report highlighting some untruths perpetuated by the oil and gas industry, who is fighting against the passage of proposition 112, was brought to light today by 9 News. The report is titled “Proposition 112 Playbook: Indecent Proposal.” Over the past week, an independent analyst firm, the RS group, or RSEG as they refer to themselves on…

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Local Groups Take Their Message to the State

Ten local activist, environmental, and educational groups collaborated to author a letter to Governor John Hickenlooper, imploring him to take immediate action to stop Extraction’s plan to build industrial scale megapads in residential areas that appear to be on deck for approval by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) in the near future. State Representative Matt Gray…

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Local Groups Pen Letter to Broomfield City Council, Warning of Deficiencies to CDP

A number of local activist and educational organizations banned together this week to deliver a clear message to the Broomfield City Council: our work here is not yet done on the CDP and it should be done with public review and input. The letter asks for a gap analysis that includes, among other things, a clear risk analysis and…

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Broomfield Concerned has officially debuted its new YouTube channel

Want to see key parts of council meetings? Better understand how key exchanges at each meeting impact fracking decisions in your backyard? Broomfield Concerned has officially debuted its new YouTube channel. Click on the link to subscribe today, and be among the first to see one of our new videos, outlining critically important parts of the June 26 council…

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Bring a Friend and Voice your Concerns at Two Key Upcoming Community Meetings!

Mark your calendar and grab a friend or neighbor! These two important meetings need your attention . . . and your attendance! Broomfield City and County Council Meeting October 10, 2017 6 pm, Meetings are open to the public and are held at The George Di Ciero City and County Building, 1 DesCombes Drive. Our understanding, based on what…

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UPDATE – New Route For Pipeline Farther from Anthem Ranch

New Route For Pipeline Farther from Anthem Ranch The City has decided to reduce the size of the future drinking water reservoir so that Extraction’s proposed pipelines can be placed south of the Northwest Parkway instead of next to Anthem Ranch.  To learn more, please attend the Pubic Meeting of the Oil and Gas Update Committee on July 20,…

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