Petition to recall Estes Park trustees filed over EPIC votes

There are 25 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Feb 1, 2013, titled Petition to recall Estes Park trustees filed over EPIC votes. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

Dr. Bert Bergland and two others have filed a recall petition with town clerk Jackie Williamson today, for the following four members of the board of trustees: Eric Blackhurst, Ron Norris, John Phipps and Wendy Koenig, for their votes against the EPIC project, ordinance 2-13. The next step -- the clerk reviews the petition to make sure it follows ... (more)

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Be serious

Windsor, CO

#21 Feb 4, 2013
that last post was supposed to be in response to the 78% constituency support comment, not sure how it ended up attached to that one. Sorry for any misunderstanding..
Ol Geezer

Denver, CO

#22 Feb 4, 2013
Be serious wrote:
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Oh, you mean all 8 of you, so even in that limited number, at least 2 of you disagreed with the "master" plan, you should consider joining the circus, because you are a bunch of clowns...
I can provide paper bags with eyeholes cut out for when you go out in public from now on!!
You're obviously one of the wusses or one of the self proclaimed almighty ones of EPIC. Welcome to the real world!
Bert Bergland

Estes Park, CO

#23 Feb 6, 2013
Doctor and patriot, has asked that the entire country mount up and recall all the horses it mounted up on.
Izzysg

United States

#24 Feb 7, 2013
I am so sick of Mr. Steiner's belief that if he can't buy his way he will bully everyone into thinking his way. Grow up!! Take all the actual, factual surveys you want this is not wanted in downtown Estes Park. As to the online survey, we requested to be omitted from any further emails, it took them 3 more emails and our response to be removed that they actually got the hint that we wanted nothing to do with this. I would like all the names on her list verified.
Izzysg

United States

#25 Feb 7, 2013
Glad wrote:
How about this? 78% of the EVPC (Estes Valley Partners For Commerce) members (business owners) were in favor of EPIC moving forward. These numbers were shared with the board prior to their vote. An overwhelming majority of this community was also in favor of the EPIC proposal. The board did not fulfill the wishes of it's constituents.
I learned along time ago to not believe everything you read. Show me the facts, this is not true.

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