‘Open Air’ and ozone

AQD’s Darla Potter, left, answers questions posed by Sublette County Commissioner-elect Doug Vickrey. Joy Ufford photo

PINEDALE – State air-quality officials,

industry representatives and citizens

gathered Wednesday night for the

annual Upper Green River Basin open

house on pre-winter ozone forecasts

and data updates. Air Quality Division

Administrator Nancy Vehr and staff

showed people how to use its new public

Open Air computer database and asked

for comments on the AQD’s use of videos

to inform the public about ozone.

Wyoming Department of Health Dr,

Alexa Harrist also traveled from Cheyenne

to present health statistics and new

employer information from the Department

of Workforce Services. Citizens

United for Responsible Energy Development

also a booth with statistics and

questions. n


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