CAPA Responds to Fake News Story on Gravel Pit Controversy

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CAPA Responds to Fake News Story on Gravel Pit Controversy  Fake news can be defined as “reporting that is biased, misleading and misrepresenting the truth.”  Denver Post reporter Bruce Finley did a fine job of this in his April 25, 2017, article regarding the Pueblo County gravel pit controversy. The article was heavily one sided, inaccurate and omitted information that would have provided resounding justification as to why the Pueblo County Planning Commission recommended approval of the permit application.  Photo at left:  actual site of proposed gravel pit.  Photo at right:  Denver Post Fake News Photo  (Read more) Comments?

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Director of Training and Member Services since April 2005. Co-chair of the LabCAT Technical Committee. As well as LabCAT Certification Levels A-E, I and S. A Colorado and Denver native, and have more than 38 years of experience in the Geotechnical Engineering Industry. I am also the CAPA Web Administrator and Author.