As a City employee in the 80 's and 90's, I found his barbs, satirical reviews, and highlighting of our foibles thought provoking and often hilarious. It kept me from taking things too seriously. I truly will miss his community commentary. Good luck,Susie and Rich, in this next chapter.
Does Cox have to return his severance? Will he get another one when he once again gets the axe for disagreeing with the Mayor?
Open carry in Colorado. I was in Subway on Centennial the other day. Two young 20's men came in with glocks/holsters strapped on. They were appropriately dressed: jeans, t-shirts, colorful tattoos, etc. I wonder if they were worried about me or some other patron disturbing their lunches.
I know a number of the people selected. I think the group is fairly well balanced. Yes, it has industry professionals, but then again power generation is a complicated matter that must balance business and environmental interests within the context of community power needs. New power plants are not cheap and wind/ solar cannot meet all community needs and still be economical. And just who is the developer who is going to redevelop the current site without government footing the bill for site remediation and cleanup. Let's come together on a realistic scenario.
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