Governor
Governor
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Honorable Public Servant



Colorado will be the Beacon of Light for the Entire Nation

From West coast of Washington, down to California and across to the East coast of Maine, down to South Florida


Do to the proprietary, on going investigations and the safety of Colorado and it's Citizens...

we are limited on our conversation for now.

4. Governor's Emergency Management Preparedness Authority: GEMP Authority

  This Governor's Emergency Management Preparedness Authority will oversee the wants and needs of the 64 County Trust to ensure that the funds are being used for the purposes allocated.  We will work with all federal, state and local agencies to establish polices that protect the first responders, and educate all Coloradans in regards to emergency preparedness situations and follow directions of first responders.  Although Colorado has experienced many tragedies, both natural and human-caused, we can always improve our response to protect our citizens.


  Colorado Preparedness is no stranger to extreme weather.  Many news stations are over-budget or over-extended on grants. Part of the 64 County Trust will pay for our local weather news reporters to have the equipment, supplies and futuristic ground vehicles or drivable harden shelters to collect badly needed data while remaining safe.


  Now, the big ticket item, bio-diesel.  Candidate Giavanni has a business plan that will develop 10,000 gallons of bio-diesel per acre of algae. In fact, there are universities that can produce 20,000-30,000 gallons of bio-diesel per 1 acre of algae.  A shift to algae-grown bio-diesel will relieve Colorado’s citizens of the increased costs innate with the ethanol being used as a fuel.  Ethanol, often made from corn oil, results in the loss of corn crop for fuel, increased costs to farmers for feed for animals and trickles down to the consumer in the form of increased costs at the store for corn and meat products.


  With the uncertainties of the world and current fuel costs, Colorado must develop an alternative in a way that it does not compete with commerce laws.  The money that the state saves in fuel costs can be allocate for something else that needs attention or pay for other new projects. In turn we will work with other local municipalities to develop this program and make their own bio-diesel and we are talking 100% bio-diesel, (tell you how we worry about gelling later) not the typical 80% - 20% blends with 80% petrol and 20% bio-diesel.

Governor
 •Colorado Preparedness
 •Emergency Management
Governor
 •Colorado Preparedness
 •Emergency Management
Emergency Management Preparedness