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Roundtable on Denver Water relations set for Thursday night

BOB BERWYN
summit daily news

SUMMIT COUNTY ” A local nonprofit group seeks to constructive dialogue with Denver Water by holding a community roundtable Thursday evening.

Panelists include State Sen. Dan Gibbs; geographer Sandra Pritchard, who wrote a history of the Dillon Dam development; Rick Sackbauer, who represents the headwaters counties of Eagle, Grand and Summit on the Denver Water Board’s Citizen’s Advisory Council; and Brad Piehl, who is working with Denver Water on a watershed protection strategy for Straight Creek.

“This is an effort to engage members of the local community interested in establishing a more constructive connection with the powerful Front Range utility,” said Our Future Summit organizer Sandy Briggs.

The rountable is schedule for 7-9 p.m. at Frisco Town Hall. For more information, call (970) 389-0987.


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