CLUB 20 to Host Public Information Meeting in Ouray
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OURAY, Nov. 5, 8:33 p.m. – CLUB 20 invites the public to join them in Ouray on Wednesday, Nov. 7 for an informational discussion on several current issues affecting western Colorado.

The forum will be held at the Ouray Community Center from noon-1:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided.

Representatives of the Tamarisk Coalition will present information on recent developments in biological controls to manage the invasive Tamarisk shrubs along western Colorado’s waterways.   Also, CLUB 20 Executive Director Reeves Brown will review recent public policy statements adopted by the CLUB 20 board, including resolutions on health care and energy development.

This forum is part of CLUB 20’s biennial Ouray County Caucus Meeting where members will elect their representatives to the CLUB 20 board. Dick Allison is the current Voting Delegate for Ouray County and County Commissioners Heidi Albritton and Don Batchelder are the Alternate Directors.

The public is encouraged to attend this free forum and learn more about the issues that are shaping the state and region.

CLUB 20 is the 50-year-old coalition of the individuals, businesses, organizations, and towns in western Colorado’s 22 counties, and exists to advocate for the interests of this region on both the state and national level.

Information about the organization can be obtained by contacting the CLUB 20 office at 970/242-3264 or visiting their website at www.club20.org.

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