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Plugged-in law enforcement

I see our county commissioners want our sheriff to buy electric vehicles. The sheriff should get one electric vehicle reserved for responding to emergency calls from county commissioners. The sheriff can respond with, “It’ll be a few hours; the batteries are being charged.“

Maurice Emmer

Aspen




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