Tourism folks ‘abuzz’ about
 park proposal

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The article yesterday said how the legislation “might be written”. There is no hard commitment to these requests. In the end the legislation could say something totally different.

Do the adjacent property owners want encroachment for a buffer zone or water rights. The Colorado water laws can change with the stroke of a pen. For years now the east slope has made numerous efforts to divert western slope water. And is the park in its entirety open to public access? What trade-off are the oil and gas group getting for their support? The EPA air quality control could lead to absolutely no burning. All these on a “might be written”.

Terri, where can we get a copy of or look up the proposed Legislation? John Price

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