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Janie James: Don’t put Keystone question on ballot

Janie James
Keystone

A well-written letter, Michael Orth ! You have clearly pointed out many important and valid reasons why the proposed Keystone PID request should be denied. If these reasons do not appeal to the BOCC’s denial as a November ballot issue, then maybe relying on their discretion could be significant. Daniel Webster’s definitions of discretion are simple: the right to decide or act according to one’s judgment and the quality of being prudent (wise or judicious regarding practical affairs; discreet, cautious and careful in providing for the future and management of resources). Sounds like a “no brainer” to me for the Summit County Commissioners to use discretion and NOT allow this proposal on the November ballot!


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