“Broomfield City Council wraps up the year with oil and gas updates: City’s well inspection program to be expanded in 2018”
By Jennifer Rios, The Broomfield Enterprise 12/20/17
The article covers the highlights of the Dec. 19 Study Session on oil and gas issues, including the beginning of discussions of the impact of 301 as presented by 301 Co-chairs Judy Kelly and Neil Allaire.
Correction to article:
“Ward 4 Councilman Kevin Kreeger suggested Broomfield purchase a CAMEL, or Commission [should be Continuous] Air Monitoring Environmental Laboratory, to do continuous air monitoring.”
The article should then state:
The cost of one, which he estimated between $200,000 and $400,000, could be divided among operators who drill in Broomfield over the 10 year or more period of its operational usage.
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