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      May and June 2022 Unit Meeting Time and Locations
      UNIT COMPANY AGENT Time Location Address Date
      1 CONSTRUCTION Jablonski 6:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207 2nd Tuesday
      1CU PAR WESTERN GARAGE Jablonski 6:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      1E Inside Wire - Grand Junction Geary IBEW 111 Hall Gr. Junction 786 Valley Ct. Grand Junction, CO 81505
      1F Outside Construction - Grand Junction Maier 5:30 PM IBEW 111 Hall Gr. Junction 786 Valley Ct. Grand Junction, CO 81505 3rd Tuesday
      1TS TRAFFIC SIGNAL Kuhns 6:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      2, 2A, 3, 3B, 4, 4A, 20, 20A, 31, 34 PSCO COMINBINED All 11 am & 5 pm IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      5 PSCO - FT COLLINS de Blaeij 3:30 PM Front Range Business Center 1635 Foxtrail Dr. Loveland, CO 80538
      5A POUDRE VALLEY REA Gonzalez 5:00 PM  MicroTel 3996 Peralta Drive Loveland, CO 80537
      6 PSCO STERLING Ortiz 3:30 PM Easement - in front of SC Sterling, CO 80751
      6A PSCO PAWNEE Ortiz 5:15 PM Best Western 1410 Barlow Rd. Fort Morgan, CO
      6B PSCO BRUSH Ortiz 3:45 PM Home Plate II 306 Edmunds Street Brush, CO 80723
      7 PSCO EVERGREEN de Blaeij 3:30 PM Evergreen Library 5000 Highway 73 Evergreen, CO 80439
      7A PSCO CABIN CREEK Ortiz 12:00 PM Lake Easement in front of Plant Cabin Creek Hydro Georgetown, CO 80444
      8 PSCO SHOSHONE HYDRO Geary 10:00 AM Glenwood Springs Library 815 Cooper Aveunue Glenwood, CO
      9 PSCO SILVERTHORNE Young 4:00 PM Silverthorne Rec Center 430 Rainbow Drive Silverthorne, CO 80498
      10 PSCO SALIDA de Blaeij 11:00 AM Robin’s in Salida 8046 US-50 Salida, CO 81201 2nd Friday
      12 MORGAN CO REA Ortiz 3:30 PM Best Western 1410 Barlow Rd. Fort Morgan, CO 80701
      13 PSCO ALAMOSA Burns 4:00 PM Living Water Bible Fellowship  2910 Clark St. Alamosa, CO 81101
      14 San Miguel Power Burns 5:30 PM Down Valley Park 22855 Colorado Hwy 145 MM 82 Placerville, CO 81430
      15 BS PSCO Aurora Ortiz 6:30 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      15 RM PSCO Hudson Ortiz 6:30 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      16 PSCO - Pueblo Gas de Blaeij 3:30 PM IBEW Local 12 2901 Farabaugh Lane Pueblo, CO 81005 3rd Thursday
      16B PSCO COMANCHE Ortiz 5:15 PM IBEW Local 12 2901 Farabaugh Lane Pueblo, CO 81005
      17A UNITED POWER Gonzalez 5:30 PM MSLCAT Training Center 19565 Weld County Rd 2 Lochbuie, CO 80603
      17B PSCO FT ST VRAIN Ortiz 3:30 PM Easement in front of Plant Fort Saint Vrain Platteville, CO 80651
      17C UNITED POWR-MEMBER SR Gonzalez 6:00 PM MSLCAT Training Center 19565 Weld County Rd 2 Lochbuie, CO 80603
      18 CORE Burns 7:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E 39th Ave Denver, CO 80207
      19 PSCO CAMPION Young 4:30 PM Holiday Inn Express 6092 Cross Roads Blvd. Loveland, CO 80537
      19A PSCO ROUNDUP Young 6:00 PM Best Western Plus 1410 Barlow Rd. Fort Morgan, CO 
      20 PSCO - Brighton Young 4:00 PM Holiday Inn Express/Flex Rm 2212 Medical Center Dr. Brighton, CO 80601
      20A PSCO - Leyden Young 6:00 AM Doubletree Westminster 8773 Yates Drive Westminster, CO
      21 YAMPA VALLEY REA Geary 5:00 PM Hayden Library 201 E. Jefferson Ave. Hayden, CO 81639
      22 PSCO HAYDEN Geary 7:00 PM Moffat County Courthouse 419 E. Victory Way Craig, CO 81625
      22A TRI-STATE CRAIG Geary 7:00 PM VFW Post 4265 419 E. Victory Way Craig, CO 81625
      24 TRI-STATE MONTROSE Maier 5:30 PM Hampton Inn 1980 Townsend Ave Montrose, CO 81401 4th Wednesday
      24A TRI-STATE CLERICAL Maier 5:30 PM Hampton Inn 1980 Townsend Ave Montrose, CO 81401
      24B TRI-STATE DURANGO Burns 6:00 AM Ute Coffee Shop 17 S. Broadway Cortez, CO 2nd Thursday
      24C TRI-STATE PUEBLO Burns 6:00 PM IBEW Local 12 2901 Farabaugh Lane Pueblo, CO 81005
      25 DMEA Maier 5:30 PM Hampton Inn 1980 Townsend Ave Montrose, CO 81401 2nd Thursday
      25A ELEVATE Maier 5:30 PM Hampton Inn 1980 N. Townsend Ave Montrose, CO 81401 2nd Thursday
      26 LAPLATA DURANGO Burns 6:00 PM LaQuinta Inn Mercury Village Drive Durango, CO 81302
      26A LAPLATA PAGOSA Burns 5:00 PM Boss Hogg's  157 Navajo Trail Drive Pagosa Spgs, CO 81147
      27 PSCO BOULDER Kuhns 3:30 PM Gerald Stazio Softball Park 2445 Stazio Drive Boulder, CO
      28 PSCO GRAND JCT Young 4:00 PM IBEW 111 Hall Gr. Junction 786 Valley Ct. Grand Junction, CO 81505
      28A PSCO RIFLE Young 5:45 PM Rifle Library 207 East Avenue Rifle, CO 81650
      29 PSCO MEEKER Geary 5:30 PM Meeker Library 490 Main Street Meeker, CO 
      30 SAN LUIS VALLEY REA Burns 5:30 PM Carnegie Public Library  120 Jefferson Street Monte Vista, CO 81144-9356
      35 SOUTHEAST CO POWER Burns 7:00 PM Holiday Inn 27994 US-50 West La Junta, CO 81050
      35A SECOM de Blaeij 6:00 PM Boss Hogg's  808 E. 3rd St.  La Junta, CO 81050
      36 PSCO GREELEY Ortiz 3:30 PM Sidewalk across from SC outside Service Center Greeley, CO
      37 CLFP (BLACK HILLS) Gonzalez 5:15 PM IBEW Local 415 810 Fremont Ave. Cheyenne, WY 82001
      39 TRI-STATE RIFLE Geary 5:30 PM Rifle Library 207 East Avenue Rifle, CO  81650
      40A AT&t /DIRECTV de Blaeij 7:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E. 39th Ave. Denver, CO  80207 1stThursday
      40C AT&t /DIRECTV de Blaeij 7:00 PM Colorado Springs, CO Colorado Springs, CO 80908 3rd Tuesday
      40D AT&t /DIRECTV Geary 7:00 AM Delta Center Delta, CO 81416 3rd Friday
      40E AT&t /DIRECTV de Blaeij 7:00 PM IBEW Local 111, Hall 1 5965 E. 39th Ave. Denver, CO  80207 1st Thursday
      40J AT&t /DIRECTV de Blaeij 7:00 PM 3602 Stampede Drive Evans, CO 80620 4th Tuesday
      40N AT&t /DIRECTV Geary 7:00 AM New Castle Center New Castle, CO 81647 Last Friday
      40P AT&t /DIRECTV de Blaeij 4:00 PM IBEW Local 12 2901 Farabaugh Lane Pueblo, CO 81005 3rd Wednesday
      41 EMPIRE ELECTRIC Burns 6:00 PM Ute Coffee Shop 17 S. Broadway Cortez, CO
      42/42A GRAND VALLEY POWER Maier 5:00 PM IBEW 111 Hall Gr. Junction 786 Valley Ct. Grand Junction, CO 81505 3rd Wednesday

      IBEW, Local Union 111 Member, operating an E-tank.

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      OPINION COLUMNS

      Opinion: Natural gas should remain a key option in Colorado’s clean-energy mix

      ‘Forced electrification’ would raise prices, hurt low-income residents

      Ty Adams, Gary Arnold, Sara Blackhurst and Rich Meisinger

      1:30 AM MST on Jan 25, 2022

      Colorado is widely known as a state that is at the forefront of both energy innovation and environmental protection. As we continue the transition to a low-carbon economy, we’re presented with a tremendous opportunity to strengthen that reputation.

      At the center of that change are clean and natural energy sources that Colorado is abundantly blessed with.

      Thanks to dramatic leaps in technological innovation during the past two decades, natural gas has become an affordable and reliable energy source for Colorado’s families, restaurants, and businesses and is helping the state meet its greenhouse-gas emissions reductions goals. 

      To maintain this progress, natural gas should remain a key option within Colorado’s clean energy mix. Quite simply, there is not an affordable substitute for natural gas used for cooking or to heat our homes.

      READ: Colorado Sun opinion columnists.

      Forced electrification would restrict access to natural gas, a move that will raise energy prices, threaten reliability, and hurt low-income Coloradans. 

      That’s why today, businesses and organizations around the state are launching Coloradans for Energy Access – a coalition to support the use of affordable, cleaner-burning natural gas in homes and businesses. 

      This coalition is built to represent the many voices in Colorado who share a vision for our energy future. Access to affordable, reliable energy that helps meet emissions reductions goals is a shared interest among everyone in Colorado, no matter where in the state they live or the industry they work in. 

      Coloradans for Energy Access is built on three key principles:  

      The first principle is equity. Today, 30 percent of Coloradans are “energy burdened” – families, particularly minority communities, who spend a high amount of their paycheck on energy utility bills. Making energy even more expensive by cutting off natural gas will only make life more difficult for these Coloradans. 

      But they wouldn’t be the only ones facing a higher utility bill. Seventy percent of Colorado homes rely on natural gas, which the federal government projects will have a 42 percent lower home heating cost this winter than a home with an electric heat pump. This coalition is working for the Coloradans who depend on affordable energy.  

      The second principle is innovation. Because of constantly improving technology, the production, transportation, and end of use of natural and renewable gas is becoming cleaner every day. That is how natural gas supports the energy transition to a lower carbon economy.  

      In recent years, Colorado government leaders have outlined a plan to reduce the state’s greenhouse gas emissions by 90 percent by 2050. We support these strong goals and thanks to technological innovations, high-efficiency natural gas uses less energy for heating, cooking, clothes drying and other essential tasks. Appliances in the home that use less energy mean lower emissions.  

      And as we’ve seen around the country, natural gas provides a crucial complement to renewable sources such as wind and solar by providing immediate power when weather conditions aren’t favorable or during extreme weather events.

      The third principle is access. Because of Colorado’s strong weather patterns, especially for those outside of the Denver metro area, access to a reliable supply of energy is vital. It’s also crucially important for businesses who need large amounts of power to keep their operations going.  

      Energy is foundational for a stable home and a strong economy, and access to natural gas will support high standards of living and job creation. 

      TODAY’S UNDERWRITER

      With these principles, Coloradans for Energy Access seeks to engage in productive dialogue with policymakers and stakeholders on the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas.  

      As Coloradans, we all have the same interests: an affordable and efficient energy system that also supports a healthy environment.  

      We look forward to engaging state and community leaders to collaborate on our shared goals to achieve a clean environment, while promoting innovation and ensuring equitable access for all.


      Ty Adams is CEO of Colorado Association of Realtors; Gary Arnold is business manager of Denver Pipefitters Local 208; Sara Blackhurst is CEO of Action 22; Rich Meisinger is business manager of IBEW Local 111

      The Supreme Court blocked the OSHA ETS standard for Covid Vaccines and testing. The Supreme Court held that those challenging the ETS were likely to succeed on their argument that OSHA lacked the authority to promulgate the ETS.  As the Court explained, under the law, OSHA is empowered to “set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures”. 

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