The implementation of Senate Invoice 181, which Gov. Jared Polis signed in April, threatens a recession in western Garfield County, in response to County Commissioner Tom Jankovsky.
“We’re actually involved about (SB) 181 and what it’s doing,” Jankovsky stated throughout Monday’s board of county commissioners assembly.
“It’s going to create a recession on this space in Western Garfield County, and it (will likely be) created by the governor and the legislature,” he stated. “There’s no cause to have a recession. It’s very regarding to us.”
The general public, trade and native leaders have an opportunity to touch upon the brand new guidelines governing oil and fuel permits subsequent week.
Subsequent Wednesday, Aug. 21, the Colorado Oil and Fuel Conservation Fee (COGCC) will maintain a public comment session on the Resort Colorado in Glenwood Springs to debate a wide range of proposed guidelines. The session begins at 9 a.m.
COGCC members will take a subject tour the next day of oil and fuel amenities in Garfield County.
A New Mission
The principle thrust of SB181 is…