9news is asking for questions to present to Denver Water Board's Manager Chips Barry for the "Your Show" this Sunday. From the 9news web site.....
Denver Water Board Manager Chips Barry will be live in studio this Sunday morning to answer your questions, including about a proposed rate hike for its customers. To participate in the conversation, send an email to: [email protected].
This is a great opportunity to ask about Denver Water's Recreational facilities. I've submitted three questions for their review.....
- Given that Denver Water allows public recreation at it's properties like Lake Dillon, Williams Fork, Antero Reservoir, Cheeseman Reservoir, etc., and the impending threat of the spread of zebra mussels, is there any anticipation that there will be rate increases or surcharges associated with the employment of zebra mussel inspectors at these facilities?
- Are any of the proposed rate increases attributable to the threat or spread of invasive aquatic species (like the zebra mussel) in Colorado?
- Is there a foreseen increase in the hours the inspectors will be available to inspect boats going into, or coming off of the water at these facilities?
Send them you're questions....as mentioned, it's a great opportunity to put your concerns in front of the Denver Water Board.