May 24, 2019
Better regulation and accountability of oil and gas development is the focus of the Cheyenne Area Landowners Coalition (CALC) Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 30th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Laramie County Public Library (Sunflower Room) at 2200 Pioneer Avenue in Cheyenne. CALC is an affiliate of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, a conservation and landowner group that has worked on responsible energy development in Wyoming for 46 years.
Josh Joswick, a former La Plata County, Colorado county commissioner, will be the event’s featured speaker. Joswick has spent decades working to regulate oil and gas development and hold the industry accountable to the public. He will discuss oil and gas development in Colorado, the movement to increase that state’s setback distances, and local control efforts. The event is free and open to the public.
“I encourage all Laramie County residents who are concerned about oil and gas impacts to their health and livelihood to attend our Annual Meeting to learn more about relevant policies, your rights as a landowner, and how you can get involved,” said Alex Bowler, Cheyenne Area Landowner Coalition President.
For more information on the CALC Annual Meeting, contact Powder River at 307-286-5531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.