I am asking the public . Not speculating.
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How are the city and the Wildlife people going to avert bears from drinking ethylene glycol (antifreeze)? How is the upcoming trash restriction going to solve this problem?
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Thanks, Lynn Segal
I find it interesting that the very green measures that Xcel purports to value, are to be condemned by them as a liability when presented with an offering of REC's on those very assets from Boulder. After all we won't be able to transfer those credits into our RE portfolio ledgers towards our own state requirements if we give them to Xcel.
Those folks who purchased solar gear on their residences or from solar gardens remotely in Boulder have made the purchase themselves due to stimulation by Xcel's rebates. Those purchases would never have been made without that subsidy, in which case Xcel would have had to purchase it's own solar and energy efficiency items.
Everything David said is exactly the opposite of the state of affairs, just like everything that came out of the mouth of George Bush was.
Don't believe the propaganda.
Why should Boulder generate high renewables for the rest of Xcel's grid?
I believe the reporter is Alex Burgess, not Burness, unless there is another reporter threre.
I can. I don't think it is restorable, but I could be wrong.
Sam Carter needs a sentence of life without parole for betraying the public trust. His job is to attempt to keep people safe and he used that position to put them in harms way by executing a gunshot towards a house with potentially many people in it and in the path of the street with moving targets of people in vehicles in the line of fire. He was conscious of the fact he could miss as evidenced by shining the headlamp up and down with each movement of the elk's neck as he was bending down to eat, to establish a regular pattern to make the shot that would hit him, knowing he could miss. What is much worse and is not reparable is the harm extending into the future of the many people of Boulder that know that a 6 yr. incarceration sentence is inadequate to be an example to the police department that their job is of the highest order in society. This goes in spite of the fact they may not be paid appropriately. They have the choice of a different line of work and those who apply for a police job following this sentence of life without parole will do so with a sober consideration before joining up. Sam should have to be trained for as high a paying job as possible and work his whole life in jail to make money to pay back to the individual officers presently on the force who didn't know better and are stuck with their jobs and all the education and seniority behind them now. This would serve as compensation for the egregious injustice on his part of betraying their trust. This is very important as the public lost that trust as a result of his action. That reflects back heavily on their jobs. For instance, his superior, Peterson, said she was not surprised that he killed the elk. Next time, what is she going to think? And what action would she take after this? How do the police trust each other? There need to be many restorative justice circles with the community, until and if anyone and everyone in the community feels justice has been served.