Take a breath Karey. It is just the process we are OBLIGUED to follow under the charter. Nothing is new, no revelations here. Just TWO passed ballot measures.
Relax and observe. Don't worry, be happy!
Thus would have been the case with Bob Greenlee, who took a business risk starting his radio station. Same with so many businesses. I don't see the radio station went bankrupt, and this has a far smaller risk forecast than that enterprise. How dare he reject a better quality and more ethical business opportunity than his radio station, when the bankruptcy risk is staying with Xcel, with a proven poor track record, coming up on a big disappointment for the shareholders.
The older utilities, did not and do not have resource integration technique opportunities at their disposal.
Tim Plass was correct and is quite the representative of the future history of Boulder on council!
I hate to break it to you, but I take that as a compliment from the likes of you. I actually am reasonably content with my life, thank you. How dare you suggest I am a threat, when it is you who choose anonymnity! Now with regards to you, I find the CORRECT application of the word "coward". This, unlike the use of it by Obama with regard to "terrorists" yesterday, adopted from him by the illegal "president", fascist dictator, George Bush.
So you see I figure we disagree on just about everything, including self impressions. So now prove it with your banal response, coward! TIT FOR TAT.
Tit for tat makes the whole world blind. (With "eye for an eye" it is basically the Gandi quote. You can google this if, as I guess, you don't know who Gandi is). Persistant cynicism also makes the whole world blind, blinded by distraction. On a SERIOUSLY positive note, Boulder property values are going to rise appreciably out of this, although that is debatably a GOOD thing!
BTW, the use of animal epithets is quite ineffective with animal appreciators.
Integrated resources. That's where. Get informed.
But what about all the new ones that will love it!
Well, back when I had to be in Denver by eight A for 20 yrs, I was there all the time until 11P or 1A or even 1:30, then I had to go home to do the laundry and make food for work the next day. You aren't the only one who works. Some actually sacrifice more time than you do. By an order of magnitude.
Guess it depends on how much you care.
I'm afraid it was Xcel that was slippery, but then so are all IOU's in this day and time. They have just outlived their utility, literally.
But then I am responding to your unsubstantive comment, and I really ought not be provoked!