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Mon Jul 29, 2019, 09:07 PM

Comments due today - Help keep Commerce City neighborhoods from becoming an industrial zone

"Our neighbors in Commerce City face major industrial drilling operations across their community. Commerce City is poised to approve an operator agreement that would bring 8 new large-scale well pads with 190 new wells right into Commerce City Ė and the city council isnít even voting on the agreement. Read more about the Operator Agreement here."
http://www.coloradologic.org/


Public comments are due tonight! Please click here to submit your comments.
https://fs18.formsite.com/CommerceCity/jomvr8ht0y/index.html?1562615188211

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Reply Comments due today - Help keep Commerce City neighborhoods from becoming an industrial zone (Original post)
eleny Jul 2019 OP
JDC Jul 2019 #1
gtar100 Jul 2019 #2
JDC Jul 2019 #3

Response to eleny (Original post)

Mon Jul 29, 2019, 09:34 PM

1. Prop 112 will be the death of all of us.

Wells are going up in neighborhoods all over the front range.

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Response to JDC (Reply #1)

Mon Jul 29, 2019, 10:00 PM

2. If Prop 112 had passed, we would have been killing jobs instead of people.

The oil industry and all its shareholders are thankful we didn't put capitalism at risk by our concerns for human life and the environment. Besides, people and their pets get cancer and die slowly, it's not like they die right away. There's plenty of time to build those legal wells and reap the rewards out from under everyone living there. Plausible deniability will keep investments safe for shareholders long enough that they may securely live out their lives far away from the wells. If there are any problems, you can be assured that other people's children will deal with them. Investors got theirs and that's what counts in capitalist America. Lucky us.


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Response to gtar100 (Reply #2)

Tue Jul 30, 2019, 07:09 AM

3. Exactly. Lucky us

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