“Lafayette may again extend drilling moratorium as Legislature mulls new rules” – The Daily Camera

By Anthony Hahn, The Daily Camera 1/6/19 “Lafayette’s temporary drilling moratorium could soon extend into an 18th month.” “City leaders in the coming weeks are poised to prolong the twice-extended oil and gas stay ahead of its February expiration while a new Democratic Legislature reexamines state regulations. If approved, the embargo would expire in May.” “An extension ‘would be…

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“2019 State, Local Priorities Under Discussion” – Broomfield Enterprise

By Jennifer Rios, Broomfield Enterprise 1/4/19 In the article, citizens are reminded that they can comment on their 2019 priorities for Broomfield by Jan. 11 at 5 p.m. at https://www.broomfieldvoice.com/council-priorities   Then, according to the article, “that feedback will be shared with council members at their annual focus session Jan. 29. At that time, council will discuss those findings and cull…

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“‘This is a wake-up call’: Drilling opponents putting full-court press on Jared Polis to halt new wells in Colorado” – The Denver Post

“’This is a wake-up call’: Drilling opponents putting full-court press on Jared Polis to halt new wells in Colorado: With Democrats in firm control of state government, activists hope for regulatory results in 2019″ By John Aguilar, The Denver Post 1/3/19 The following are excerpts from the Jan. 3 front page Denver Post article focusing on the Jan. 3…

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“Whose House? Our House!” – Legislative Rally on Jan. 3 Sponsored by Denver Indivisible, Broomfield Health and Safety First and Other Neighborhood Groups Across Colorado

Thursday, Jan. 3 from 12 pm MT – 1:30 pm MT Denver’s Civic Center Park, Colfax and Bannock, 80202 Information provided by the organizers of the rally: “There is a rally this Thursday at Civic Center Park from 12:00-1:30 pm, supported by neighborhood groups, 3 impacted citizens, and other speakers who will be rallying behind the Green New Deal…

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“We Won’t Back Down: Action to halt new fracking permits” – Legislative Rally on Jan. 4 Sponsored by Colorado Rising

Event Sponsored by Colorado Rising Friday, January 4, 2019 at 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM MST Colorado State Capitol  200 E Colfax Ave, Ste 136, Denver, CO 80203 Text from Colorado Rising at https://www.facebook.com/events/1954324477949048/ “January 4th is the first day of the CO legislative session and we’re calling on supporters of Prop 112 and the fracking resistance movement to…

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Extraction Project Updates – Overall Schedule and Interchange Pad Information

The December 2018 Extraction project schedule for Broomfield is shown below and is available here. The City has asked that Extraction update their schedule monthly in the future. Construction on the Livingston Pad south of Anthem Ranch and north of Wildgrass is now scheduled to begin in January 2019, and drilling is scheduled to begin in June 2019. The 32-foot…

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Erie Thriving Files Lawsuit Against the Town of Erie

Breaking today: Erie Thriving, a subsidiary of Residents Rights, has filed a lawsuit against the Town of Erie. The news release is included here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lawsuit Filed by Erie Thriving, Subsidiary of Residents Rights, to Demand Their Government Defend Public Health, Safety, and the Community From Fracking in Erie, Colo. Residents Demand the Town of Erie Exercise…

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“COGCC Allows Crestone Peak Drilling Plan Hearing to Proceed Despite Boulder County Lawsuit” The Daily Camera

By John Bear 12/19/18 “Boulder County commissioners on Wednesday expressed dismay at a decision by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to allow a hearing on a proposed drilling project to proceed in spite of an open county lawsuit against the company, Crestone Peak Resources.” “’We are very disappointed with the COGCC decision,’ Commissioner Elise Jones stated in…

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