From email from IBCC Director John Stulp:
As the new IBCC director, I am looking forward to a lively discussion regarding the report the IBCC sent to former Governor Ritter and Governor Hickenlooper. As part of my new charge, Im seeking to engage not only the roundtables, a process that is underway, but also a wider set of the water community on this emerging framework. My goal is to have enough information on this framework that we can have a productive conversation at the March 3rd Statewide Roundtable Summit to improve the document with a geographically and politically diverse group of people in the room.
I have asked CWCB staff and the IBCC facilitator Heather Bergman, in support of the IBCC, to coordinate a public input process. You are officially invited to provide feedback at the facilitated public forum on February 25th 1-4, Glenwood Springs Community Center, 100 Wolfsohn Drive, Glenwood Springs, CO.
At the meeting, participants will go over the IBCC framework, participate in a survey that will focus the discussion, and then have small group discussion on framework elements.
This information will be incorporated in the feedback for the Statewide Roundtable Summit on March 3rd.
For those not able to attend the Feb. 25th meeting, written feedback can be provided through the Feedback Survey and Comment Opportunity, available at the Statewide Roundtable Summit webpage in the additional information section on the right side of the page. Additional comment emails or attachments may be sent to Viola.Bralish@state.co.us, but all are encouraged to take the survey. Surveys and written public feedback are due February 24th.
The March 3rd Statewide Roundtable Summit at the Doubletree Hotel Denver – North, 8773 Yates Drive, Westminster, CO 80031. Participants in the Summit are expected to participate in one of the above forums first. Registration is $25 for non-roundtable members to cover conference costs. Please register by clicking here.
In order to download a copy of the report, or hear IBCC members discussion with Governor Ritter, please visit the Statewide Roundtable Summit webpage.
I look forward to learning from all of you.
More IBCC — basin roundtables coverage here.