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Washington Could Learn A Lot From Estes Park

Dear Editor:

I attended the League of Women Voters forum on EPURA Monday evening at Town Hall. The League handled the evening with its usual professionalism and objectivity and it is too bad that, because of the weather, the room was not filled.

I was struck by the decorum exhibited by the six panelists, three on each side of the issue, and the respect-even friendship-that they showed for each other. It is too bad that isn’t the case in our nation’s capital. Washington could learn from Estes Park.

I am looking forward to learning more about the issue at the briefing set for next Monday evening, December 14, 7:00 p.m. at Peak to Peak American Grille restaurant. I hope the weather is better for that one!

Charley Dickey

Estes Park

Dear Editor:
I attended the League of Women Voters forum on EPURA Monday evening at Town Hall. The League handled the evening with its usual professionalism and objectivity and it is too bad that, because of the weather, the room was not filled.
I was struck by the decorum exhibited by the six panelists, three on each side of the issue, and the respect-even friendship-that they showed for each other. It is too bad that isn’t the case in our nation’s capital. Washington could learn from Estes Park.
I am looking forward to learning more about the issue at the briefing set for next Monday evening, December 14, 7:00 p.m. at Peak to Peak American Grille restaurant. I hope the weather is better for that one!
Charley Dickey
Estes Park

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