January 13, 2012

Jan. 13, 2012

Firestone OKs seismic testing deal
(Business Report Daily, Dec. 22, 2011)
Yet another glaring example of representation without consideration on the Front Range. Is it truly in the town’s best interest to despoil its deep aquifers and contaminate its air and groundwater quality for a meager severance?
Mark Crough
Windsor

Fort Collins Council OKs electricity rate hikes
(Business Report Daily, Dec. 7, 2011)
It is a shame the majority of our city council is so liberal that they apparently think tiered rates only hurt the “rich.” There are many, many situations where people who are not rich will be caught up in the “tiered” system. Large families, stay-at-home moms with children, all-electric homes, extended families under one roof, families with teenagers! … We will easily be in the hghest tier. It’s an ill-thought-out plan.
Jean
Fort Collins

Engines Lab to undergo $17 million renovation
(NCBR, Dec. 2, 2011)
Wonderful that $17 million can be spent on this project, which really won’t provide any future commerce for the city, yet it’s like pulling teeth (six years and counting) just to get $6 million for North College, which would end up driving commerce for the future.
Sean Dougherty
Fort Collins

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POLL COMMENTS

Would relocating CSU’s Hughes Stadium on campus be a good move?
Where would the money come from? Increased fees and tuition? What sense does it make to abandon a perfectly functional facility so people can walk to a different one on campus? Aren’t there priorities in education these days?
Doug Andersen

Firestone OKs seismic testing deal
(Business Report Daily, Dec. 22, 2011)
Yet another glaring example of representation without consideration on the Front Range. Is it truly in the town’s best interest to despoil its deep aquifers and contaminate its air and groundwater quality for a meager severance?
Mark Crough
Windsor

Fort Collins Council OKs electricity rate hikes
(Business Report Daily, Dec. 7, 2011)
It is a shame the majority of our city council is so liberal that they apparently think tiered rates only hurt the “rich.” There are many, many situations where people who are not rich will be caught up…

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