Denver City Council was out of bounds 
with resolution on oil shale production

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Numerous western Colorado local governments passed similar resolutions as did Denver, raising similar concerns about this yet unproven technology and resource; and also in support of the research-first approach to oil shale.  Certainly Mr. King is aware of this.

In that sense, the Denver Council was AGREEING with many local, Western Slope governments and SUPPORTING that position.

Whoever wrote this piece for Steve neglected to do the most basic research. I’m sure Samuel Clemmons would be surprised to learn that he’s an old cowboy. I’m equally sure that Denver will be surprised to be lectured about water rights from an obvious spokesperson for the oil and gas industry.



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