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To: Summit County, Colorado, Commissioners

Help Needed for the Disabled

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Commissioners need to stand up for the disabled in Summit County, Colorado, who are being discriminated against because the disabled man is stranded in his house with his wife on numerous days in the winter in the Rockies at 8000 feet due to Summit County refusing to plow 70 yards of road with 6 houses on it that takes 5 min. to plow after 35 years of plowing this road.  The 6 houses but especially the disabled man are at risk for their lives because emergency vehicles are unable to reach them during large snowstorms. 

Why is this important?

The commissioner, Nina Waters, could order the plow already at the beginning of our 70 yard road to plow it for the safety of 10 people and one disabled man.  Simple accommodation to solve a very simple problem, but she refuses to help her own constituents. 


2024-07-11 12:14:48 -0400

50 signatures reached

2024-07-07 11:44:55 -0400

25 signatures reached

2024-07-06 17:20:30 -0400

10 signatures reached