At the Seven County Infrastructure Coalition agreement informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 17, Eric Johnson, the attorney who drafted the agreement, was asked if a county had veto power if a portion of a project is in county. His answer was vague and gave the impression the county still had veto power. That question was answered in the following portion of an email from Mr. Johnson.

“The concern expressed is that for a multi-county project where a portion of the

project would be in a particular county, it does not give that county veto power

over the project. A county only has veto power if the entire project is within a

single county.”

That is a clear answer. Joining the coalition will diminish Grand County citizen’s voice.