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Letter: Hydro foes ‘muddy the waters’

Opponents of the Castle Creek “clean energy” hydro project continue to “muddy the waters” knowing that enough “obfuscation” will negate the city’s efforts to restore clean energy for Aspen.

I may not live to see the restoration of “clean energy” generated from the waters of Castle Creek, but I do have the personal knowledge and satisfaction of having been a part of Aspen’s “clean energy” history.

The only “course correction” needed here is to turn against the winds of dissension and misinformation and seek calmer waters of rational thought and informed debate.

Jim Markalunas


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