State senators hope 
to boost 811 system

State senators hope 
to boost 811 system

Charles Ashby | The Daily Sentinel

Two local senators want to make the state’s 811 system better.

That’s the number people are asked to call before digging, allowing utilities like Xcel or CenturyLink to come out and find any underground power, gas or other utility line.

The two, Sens. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, and Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, plan to introduce a sweeping reform bill into the Colorado Legislature next year not only to make the 811 system better, but more complete…(Read the full story)

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