Mark Udall is doing his job as a Congressman from Boulder. We wonder what his priorities would be if he were a US Senator. Would he continue to cater to the crowd of NIMBY environmentalists in Boulder, or would he try to solve the problems in the other parts of the state ahead of Boulder's problem of its own making? Doing the latter might be good for Boulder and would be good for the environment.
Given that he is taking so much money from the greens, we would bet that he would favor the Boulder NIMBY's over the needs of any other area of the state. We would bet that he wouldn't require a change in Boulder policies as a price of widening US 36. Someone should ask him.
Friday, August 17, 2007
Would Udall Favor Boulder Over The Rest of Us
The Colorado Index suggests a question for Mark Udall: