Broomfield Issues featured on “Gov. Hickenlooper, A Homeowner And A Mineral Rights Holder Hash Out Oil, Gas Issues”

During CPR’s Nov. 29 Colorado Matters monthly interview with Gov. Hickenlooper, these aspects of the Broomfield fight against residential multiwell drilling are featured:
Broomfield 301 comments from Gov. Hickenlooper
– the request by Adams County resident Megan Townsend to move the Extraction pads (Northwest A & B) back to the previously planned site across Northwest Parkway (Huron)
– comments by Neil Ray, Pres. of the Colorado Alliance of Mineral and Royalty Owners, who was active in testifying during the 2017 State legislative process
 
Specifically regarding 301:
CPR’s Ryan Warner: “Is the state considering suing Broomfield over 301?
Gov. Hickenlooper: “It gets down to the language. I know we’re looking at it.”
Ryan Warner: “So you haven’t ruled that out?”
Gov. Hickenlooper: “Yeah. As I’ve said before, the worst position a governor can be in is suing one of your own municipalities or one of your own counties. That’s your family. That’s who you are. If we can possibly avoid it we can. Clearly, health and safety of these communities is our primary, paramount concern.”
 
“Gov. Hickenlooper, A Homeowner And A Mineral Rights Holder Hash Out Oil, Gas Issues.” By Michelle Fulcher, CPR 11/29/17
 
Listen to the audio or read the transcript here:
http://www.cpr.org/news/story/gov-hickenlooper-a-homeowner-and-a-drilling-lease-holder-hash-out-oil-gas-issues