GarCo closed-door shale meeting raises concern

Garfield County is coming under increasing scrutiny over whether it violated Colorado’s open meetings law when its commissioners met in a closed-door meeting about oil shale March 27 in…




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Thank you for reporting on this. My understanding is that both Colorado’s and Utah’s Sunshine Laws may have been violated. Craig Meis skates on a technicality, but he rammed through this resolution, while being a bully in the hearing that solicited citizen input. Anyone reading the actual resolution would be embarassed by the lack of professionalism exhibited. It was a political hit piece, with complete disregard for the realities of either market conditions or the engineering and science of oil shale development.

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