Regulators urged not to harm drilling

Mesa County officials and leaders urged a state agency on Monday to do no harm to the Western Slope’s fragile energy industry. Mesa County Commissioner John Justman took note of Front…




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Really, regulations will harm the western slope disproportionately?  You mean our water and environment don’t mean as much as the Eastern Slope’s?  Dale, “we are dying over here”, come on, what a sensational journalistic ploy to cry wolf and hurt us rather than accentuate the positives of what this valley has to offer!

News Flash!  The energy industry is here to stay regardless if they can run amuck or play by the rules!  Some people forget the boom and bust heartbreak this community has endured time and time again, yet we are still here!  Great recreation, great place to live, great schools, and on and on!

Yet we have many who want to diminish what the Valley has to offer all for the big egg in the basket.  Protect what we have, plan for what we can have, and let ALL enterprises prosper!

Politicians, particularly John Justman, it’s not always about your profits. It’s about protecting our fragile environment for us to enjoy and passing this beauty on to our future generations for many of us.

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