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Thursday, December 13,2012

Defining the real 'goons' in Boulder's fracking debate

By Joel Dyer
As you may recall, the last Boulder County commissioners meeting got a bit rowdy, as anti-fracking advocates disrupted the meeting with chants and heckling aimed at an Encana employee who came to present commissioners with the industry’s take on things.
Thursday, December 6,2012

Boulder County commissioners: Can you hear us now?

Anti-fracking proponents are turning up the volume, and for good reason

By Joel Dyer
This time around, Boulder County citizens can’t just choose to shop at the local organic clean air and water store and pay a little more to keep their families safe while they carry on the fight with their own county to get it to do what the vast majority of citizens want.
Thursday, November 29,2012

The coming storm of fracking operations in Boulder County

By Joel Dyer
As Boulder County struggles to rewrite its current oil and gas regulations, the petroleum extraction industry has already begun its blitzkrieg of our lands.
Thursday, September 27,2012

For the record, I will be voting in secret

Elections officials insist on numbered ballots, but voters shouldn't have to comply

By Joel Dyer
Well, it’s another first for Boulder County. Or should I say another black eye? When Nov. 6 rolls around, I hear we will be the only county in the nation that won’t be guaranteeing its citizens the right to a secret ballot, or at least that’s what voter privacy activist Marilyn Marks says.
Thursday, September 13,2012

Seth Brigham's legacy

By Joel Dyer
Regardless of whether or not he heads north, everyone in Boulder owes Brigham a debt of gratitude.
Thursday, August 2,2012

State of Colorado bullies Longmont on behalf of oil and gas industry

By Joel Dyer
Longmont city council members knew that the state might sue their community over the new oil and gas regulations that they passed a few weeks back. But it was a risk that they were willing to take in order to protect their town’s residents’ health, property values and overall quality of life.
Thursday, June 21,2012

Is City Council above the law?

By Joel Dyer
At a City Council meeting a couple weeks back, Boulder Mayor Matt Appelbaum spent a fair amount of time suggesting that Boulder’s elected leaders need to do a better job of filling out their legally required disclosure forms, which were, of course, designed to shine light on potential conflicts of interest. The mayor’s right.
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