You can share your thoughts on a proposed energy park southeast of Pueblo Thursday night. The energy park would include a nuclear power plant.
Puebloans For Smart Energy is holding a townhall meeting Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the community center off Second Street in Avondale. As mentioned before, the park would be built on more than 20,000 acres between Fowler and Avondale in Pueblo County. Hundreds of community members say nuclear power is dangerous, and they oppose the plan.
The proposed energy park would also feature wind and solar power components.
County commissioners will eventually make a final decision on the zoning proposal.
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