Waterways a topic in Garfield pipeline talks

A Garfield County commissioner on Thursday stressed the importance of waterway protection during a discussion of proposed changes to county land-use codes applying to pipelines and other…




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Yes, obviously the current rules are working just awesomely, which is why a spill that Williams initially ‘thought’ was ‘less than 25 gallons’ turned out to be—oh—400 times that; why benzene ended up in the creek; and why Williams did not even bother to report it for three months.  Carry on Commissioners your work is almost done!

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