There will be a couple of opportunities this week to talk about the ColoWyo situation. On Wednesday, The Steamboat Institute welcomes Amy Oliver Cooke, Director of the Energy Policy Center of the Independence Institute. Cooke will serve as moderator for a panel of energy experts who will discuss the situation at ColoWyo and new EPA regulations on carbon and ozone. The public is invited and there is no cost to attend, however organizers ask that you RSVP. You can do that online, by clicking here. The meeting will be held from 5:30 to 7 Wednesday night at the Strings Pavillion in Steamboat. On Thursday night, the state’s Air Quality Control Commission will host an open forum with residents from 7 to 9. The commission will be in Craig for the first time for their summer retreat. The trip will include tours of Trapper Mine and Tri-State. Thursday night’s meeting will be held in the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavillion. The deadline for submitting public comment on the Office of Surface Mining’s new Environmental Assessment of the South Taylor Pit at ColoWyo is today. You can find instructions and a comment form on the front page.
Steamboat Institute, Air Quality Control Commission to Talk ColoWyo
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