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Date:
March 5, 2018
Time:
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location:
Library Meeting Room
Address:
775 W. Baseline Rd.
Lafayette, CO 80026
Cost:
No cost
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CELDF Public Interview Meeting

Monday, March 5, 2018

City Council has received requests from the public to consider a pro-bono offer from the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELFD) to defend the City. Council will consider the pros and cons of this partnership through a public process which includes this interview meeting. You may access a form to submit your interview question if you are unable to attend the meeting by following the link included in this post. Interview questions are required to be submitted by March 4, 2018.

Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELFD) Public Interview Meeting
Monday, March 5, 2018

7:00-8:30pm
Lafayette Public Library / 775 W. Baseline Rd.


Lafayette residents unable to attend the March 5 Public Interview Meeting are encouraged to submit interview questions online by March 4 at www.cityoflafayette.com/CELDFinterview. These questions will be posed to CELDF during the March 5 public interview.  Every effort will be made to include as many submitted questions as possible.  Questions should concentrate on acquiring information that will assist City Council to;

  • determine the appropriateness of a CELDF partnership
  • determine the breadth of CELDF’s expertise
  • determine CELDF’s probability of success based on past experience
  • weigh the pros/cons of spending additional taxpayer dollars over and above legal fees to defend an adverse ruling


Residents in attendance at the March 5
 Public Interview Meeting will be allowed to ask interview questions of CELDF.  Interested participants may sign up at the meeting to ask a question of the CELDF staff in attendance.  Questions will be required to concentrate on acquiring information that will assist City Council to;

  • determine the appropriateness of a CELDF partnership
  • determine the breadth of CELDF’s expertise
  • determine CELDF’s probability of success based on past experience
  • weigh the pros/cons of spending additional taxpayer dollars over and above legal fees to defend an adverse ruling

To learn more about City Council's activities regarding oil and gas in Lafayette, please visit www.cityoflafayette.com/OilAndGas.