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State Rep. Curry to hold meeting

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado

BASALT ” State Rep. Kathleen Curry will hold a town meeting in Basalt on Tuesday, July 8, at 4:30 p.m. in Town Hall. The public is invited to attend for an overview of the last legislative session and to discuss issues of interest with her.

Curry represents House District 61, which includes the Roaring Fork Valley. She is the chair of the Agricultural, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee, and she is a member of the Local Government Committee.

Curry has championed increasing oversight of natural gas extraction and an overhaul of the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission to include a more diverse perspective.

In addition, she co-sponsored a bill last session that requires developers in Colorado to demonstrate they have an adequate supply of water for subdivisions with 50 and more units. House Bill 1141 is designed to “give local governments a necessary tool for approving sustainable development and protecting homebuyers from purchasing homes that have an uncertain water future.”


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