Situational ethics in Heeney confound |

Situational ethics in Heeney confound

Lorraine Caposole MillerHeeney

I think it would be totally inappropriate for the county to reverse its decision regarding the piece of property on which the Heeney temporary firehouse sits. This kind of situational ethics grates me. The land was officially deemed “unstable for a permanent building site,” according to county planners. So, the Lower Blue Fire Protection District board spent years and public funds securing a new site. Now, the unfit site is OK because the county wants to use it, even though the county has a perfectly good site already located in Heeney for Road and Bridge?Come on guys, you are giving yourselves a black eye and Heeney an eyesore of a building. Further, the fire board spent hundreds of thousands of dollars building a beautiful fire station; the design befitting Main Street in Breckenridge.

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