Clean-energy campaign seeks help lobbying Breckenridge council
August 19, 2017
The Breckenridge Town Council is slated to address a proposed resolution Tuesday that would affirm the town's commitment to having all town facilities powered by 100 percent renewable energy by 2025 and the entire town by 2035.
"This is what we have been working for," states an email from Beth Groundwater of the Breckenridge for 100 Percent Renewable Energy Campaign, a group that's trying to drum up support for the resolution ahead of Tuesday's meeting. "However, at least one negative letter to town council, asking them to vote 'no' on the resolution has already come in."
As a result, the group is asking people who support the mission to go to the town's website, TownOfBreckenridge.com/your-government/councils-and-commissions/town-council, click on the "Contact Mayor and Town Council" tab and fill out a form expressing their support for the resolution.
The group is also asking that people attend discussions of the proposed resolution, which are expected to take place between 3-3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the council work session, and the regular meeting later that day at 7 p.m., where council could vote on the proposal.
"We need to show the town council that we support the resolution as it stands, that we do not want any modifications made to it, especially any that might water it down, and that we are not going to let them get out of voting 'yes' for it," the email continues.
Anyone interested in following what's going on with the Breckenridge for 100 Percent Renewable Energy Campaign, can email Groundwater at email@example.com. Also, campaign updates can be found on the group's Facebook page at Facebook.com/100RenewableBreckenridge/.
Trending In: Local
- 62-year-old Dillon woman dies skydiving in California
- Family of deceased inmate sues Summit County Sheriff’s Office, citing ‘shameful history’ of ignoring medical needs
- Part of recpath in Silverthorne closed until Nov. 19
- Silverthorne passes Summit County’s strictest rules on short-term rentals
- Summit Medical Center Foundation raises $257k for high altitude research center