Published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent on January 8, 2020.
The city of Glenwood is a wonderful place to live, but it has a civic engagement problem. If you’ve felt a bit out of the loop on some major decisions the city has made over the last year or two, you are not alone.
In a time when population growth and external threats like the Mid-Continent quarry expansion loom large, the city needs more buy-in from locals and more diverse voices at the table.
It is obvious, however, that city leadership does not feel the need to prioritize those things.