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By the sound of it, Wild Bill’s a victim of Dillon double standard

Judy Robinson, Summit County, just outside Dillon

Re: “Restaurant owner concerned about Dillon noise ordinance,” published Feb. 21 by Jane Reuter.

I think Wild Bill’s owner Jeff Lawrence is a victim of Dillon’s “Do as I say and not as I do” continuing governmental policy.

He will be subject to fines for violating the new town noise ordinance; however, if you read the last paragraph of the article you discover, “The ordinance excludes concerts held at the Dillon Amphitheater and the Dillon Marina, as well as any town-sponsored events.”


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