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- Council Votes to Oppose Amendment 74 on November Ballot 2018-09-19 - At a Special Meeting of Council on September 18, Council voted 5-2 in support of Item 2b Resolution No. 2018-189 to Oppose Amendment 74, Compensation for Reduction in Fair Market Value by Government Law or Regulation. Voting for the resolution were Council Members Beacom, Castriotta, Kreeger, Shaff and Shelton. Voting against the resolution but stating that they were personally opposed to Amendment 74 were Council Members Groom and Law- Evans. The resolution had been introduced by Council Member Castriotta. Council proceedings for the evening were irregular as the 6 p.m. Special Session was halted at about 6:20 pm to go...
- Debate on Proposition 112 2500 foot buffer zone – CPT 12 Friday at 7 p.m. 2018-09-18 - CPT 12 (Colorado Public TV) will air a debate about Proposition 112 on Friday at 7 p.m. It will feature Broomfield resident and 112 supporter Heidi Henkel against Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) President Dan Haley representing the opposition to the 2500 foot buffer zone proposition. You can watch a preview on CBS Denver 4 here: https://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/09/18/prop-112-oil-gas-first-debate/
- State Response to Citizen Concerns Defends COGCC Approval of Extraction Permits 2018-09-17 - We just received a copy of this letter from the Department of Natural Resources (on behalf of the Governor) found here and also reprinted below. It is a response to citizen concerns about the State’s approval of Extraction permits in letters sent to the Governor by community groups on June 11 and August 9. Community groups are considering a response to several inaccuracies in the State’s letter. The United Pad drilling permits are not yet approved by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC). The community groups which signed the June 11 letter included 301 Broomfield Health and Safety First, Anthem Ranch...
- “Colorado’s economy vs. residents’ health? Sides battle over what’s at stake with oil and gas well setbacks”- Denver Post 2018-09-17 - By John Aguilar, The Denver Post 9/17/18 In today’s front page Denver Post story, Colorado residents Cassandra Andersen, Anne Lee Foster, Beth Ewaskowitz and Jennifer Gamble voiced the concerns of homeowners impacted by oil and gas development encroachment into dense residential neighborhoods in support of Proposition 112. Please read the Denver Post story here: Colorado’s economy vs. residents’ health? Sides battle over what’s at stake with oil and gas well setbacks
- Rulemaking Moves Forward at the COGCC 2018-09-16 - After years of discussion in Broomfield and elsewhere about the need for changes to Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) regulations, at least three areas of rulemaking are moving forward on school setbacks, forced pooling and financial assurance requirements. 1) School Setback Rulemaking The COGCC is in the rulemaking process to consider a change to measure the 1000 foot setback from the boundary of school property instead of the door of a school building. The final stakeholder meeting will take place on Friday, October 5 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the COGCC Denver Office and the rest...