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What is going on here? Who initiated this ridiculous seven-county coalition that would include Grand County?

Which county/counties benefit the most if (please NO) Grand County joins this idea? Why was this big idea almost steamrolled through our Grand County Council before the residents were even aware of the “coalition?”

And the “coalition” to do what? It seems that this “Grand” idea is supported most vehemently by a certain group of people who want the power to run all seven counties.

This insane idea for our beautiful Grand County needs to be put to a vote. Our residents’ voices MUST be heard on such a “Grand” scheme to steal into OUR county and use us and our resources, which differ quite blatantly in size, scope, and visitation from all other counties who have already signed their agreements.

Finally, what is the BIG rush to have this scheme shoved down our Grand County throats without due process? We MUST have a vote to defeat this ridiculous and long-term idea for Grand County!

—Judy Martinez-Ross


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