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On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac and Ed Williams talk about oil shale--it's viability and how the Garfield County Commissioner's feel about the controversial energy.
On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac talks to Ariana Brocious of KVNF about new potential for gas leasing in the North Fork Valley.
Just a couple weeks ago, the voters of Longmont, Colorado approved a ban on Hydraulic Fracturing within their town limits defying a state lawsuit filed against the city earlier this year. On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac spoke to Jim Pullen producer with Rocky Mountain Community Radio station KGNU Boulder who earlier this week attended a meeting between Governor Hickenlooper and Boulder county commissioners.
On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac talks to Lynn Burton of the Sopris Sun about news that a new development is being planned for the former Village at Crystal River property.
On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac catches up with Curtis Wackerle of the Aspen Daily News to find out about which Pitkin County commissioner candidate is the bigger environmentalist.
KDNK news takes a quick break from the elections on this week's news brief. An item on Garfield County's board of commissioner's agenda this week led the news team to look into one of the county's oil and gas extraction operators.
Following the birth of SuperPACs, many expected Colorado to be flooded with big money from outside groups this election season. But a new story from I-News says that while big spending from SuperPACs is an issue, the state's traditional power players still hold the most sway. For this week's news brief, KDNK's Ed Williams talked to Sandra Fish of I-News about her investigation into who's spending what in the November elections.
Click here for the I-News breakdown of election spending.
Colorado is thick with debates and forums as the 2012 elections approach. On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac and Ed Williams hash out the take-aways from two recent local candidate forums.
The Carbondale board of trustees approved a resolution this week that allocated $80,000 dollars to an upcoming energy efficiency campaign. Two area non-profits CORE and CLEER will be starting a new program this fall to aid and educate both private citizens and businesses in ways to decrease their energy usage. They plan to do this in part by using rebates and incentives, as well as coaching and community engagement.
On this week's News Brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac spoke to Lynn Burton of the Sopris Sun about the board's response to the program and about why the mayor voted against it.
Carbondale's mayor recently weighed in on a conflict over fracking regulations in the front-range town of Longmont. On this week's news brief, KDNK's Eric Skalac and Ed Williams discuss Longmont and a similar situation in rural New York.