Thursday, April 5, 2012

State of Colorado, local officials to conduct outreach meetings focusing on oil and gas development

Shhhh... Don't tell anyone about these State events! They might not want the public to participate.

WHAT:   A series of public outreach meetings conducted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and local officials, to provide information and answer questions about oil and gas development throughout the state.

WHEN:  Wednesday, April 11, 5:30-8 p.m.

WHERE:  Island Grove Regional Park
                  501 North 14th Ave.
                  Greeley, CO  80631

(Additional meetings are scheduled for April 25 and May 7 in Arapahoe County and Longmont, respectively)

WHY:  The meetings will provide information on the respective regulatory roles of the state agencies. Information will be provided on existing regulations for oil and gas development in Colorado. Staff from each agency will be available to answer written questions about state-regulated aspects of oil and gas development as well as speak individually with interested residents. Note cards will be provided at each meeting to collect written questions.

NOTES: Please include information about these important events in appropriate community calendars, community digests, bulletin boards, etc. 

For more information, please refer to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s website at:

PLEASE FORWARD TO EVERYONE! The only way to make change sometimes is to do it yourself or as a group. Please pack the room with people. Make a clear statement that you've had enough bullshit from COGCC and CDPHE. Human health is more important than money.

1 comment: is a medium for concerned citizens to express their opinions in regards to 'Fracking.' We are Representatives of Democracy. We are Fractivists. We are you.