Welcome to all our new followers.
Please tell your friends and neighbors to give us a look! savegreeleyswater.com lets you know about our previous ballot initiative activities, which were a labor of love on behalf of the Citizens of Greeley, to keep their drinking water quality top notch. You can also find much of the research that led us to prepare our ballot initiatives here. And we will be providing more information and insights as they become available.
As I’m sure you are aware, our Water, Sewer, and Storm Water bills keep going up! Apartment buildings continue to be constructed in Greeley! Expect this to continue far into the future!
GREELEY is the PERFECT LOCATION for REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS to MAXIMIZE PROFITS since the DEVELOPERS only have to PAY HALF PRICE, OR LESS, for the WATER REQUIRED BY THE CITY TO ALLOW FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT.
Developers are allowed to buy Terry Ranch water credits for $36,500/acre foot in lieu of bringing real water to the City. This rapid development creates a permanent water draw that will quickly deplete our real water supply such as the Poudre River, CBT, GLIC, and Windy Gap.
When our real water supply is depleted, will that uranium contaminated water from Terry Ranch actually be available? Will the City of Greeley honor its commitment to remove the uranium, and other harmful contaminants, before sending it to the customers?
Citizens: you must pay attention and be prepared to hold City of Greeley officials accountable for providing quality drinking water to all customers!
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Will those citizens that have been here a while have a say about the limit of building permits these apartment developers can obtain?
No! Citizens have no say in the amount of development that can occur in Greeley. You may want to email council members with your thoughts on the subject. You can find their emails at greeleygov.com under the Government tab.
Another option is to run for City Council yourself next year. Right now most council members lean to the side of more and more development.
What about the millions of gallons of toxic water used in gas and oil development that our corrupt city and county officials have allowed?
Future generations will be faced with horrible results of pumping this contaminated water into underground injection wells and landfills.