Tuesday, February 17, 2009
The Denver Water Board of Commissioners meets twice a month in public. Members of the public are invited to speak at the beginning of each meeting on matters not on the agenda. On Monday, Feb 11, 2009 there were two speakers, Sonja Leonard (see previous post) and Adrienne Anderson.
Anderson is a community/environmental activist (featured many times on these pages – see index on the right) with 25 years of experience in water and the pollution thereof. Her knowledge in these matters is voluminous.
At this meeting she raises a variety of issues:
In Part 2, Penfield Tate III, President, calls on staff to speak to Anderson’s points. Their comments are revealing.
at 7:53 AM
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