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Tag Archives: Greeley
Catherine Sweeney – The Tribune – August 6, 2016 Rockpick’s Take: Excellent article on how to present your concerns to commissioners on land use decisions For the past few years, residents such as Maydean Worley have stormed out of Greeley and … Continue reading
Linda Kane – Energy Pipeline – February 22, 2016 For the first time in Greeley, local oil and gas companies are paying for their industry’s impact to the city infrastructure. The city of Greeley last year implemented development fees for oil … Continue reading
Cathy Proctor – Reporter- Denver Business Journal – April 7, 2015 Noble Energy Inc., one of the biggest oil and gas companies working in Colorado, on Tuesday said it “is implementing an organizational realignment of its U.S. operations,” a move that will … Continue reading
By Bruce Finley – The Denver Post FORT LUPTON — Oil and gas drillers have bought at least 500 million gallons of water this year from cities for use in hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” along Colorado’s Front Range. Now they … Continue reading