Bipartisan 811 Reform Town Halls Continue in Arvada

DENVER – Building off the success of last Tuesday’s town hall meeting in Greeley, State Senators Ray Scott (R – Grand Junction) and Kerry Donovan (D-Vail) will travel to Arvada, Colorado, for the second of four bipartisan town halls highlighting the important role played by the 811 System in preventing mishaps related to buried energy or utilities infrastructure.


“The Greeley town hall was a huge success, and Senator Donovan and myself really enjoyed speaking with the locals about the importance of 811 reform,” said Senator Scott. “I’m looking forward to traveling to Arvada to continue speaking with people about this important issue.”


The second town hall will be held Tuesday, December 19, from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM at the Lamar Street Center on 5889 Lamar Street in Arvada. This event is open to the public and press. RSVPs are requested but not mandatory.


Please direct any media inquiries to Sean Paige at 719-337-0355.
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