Parker Mayor Mike Waid sent a letter to Gov. Jared Polis May 18, requesting an expedited process allowing all business to reopen. Waid signed the letter on behalf of the Town of Parker and the town …
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Parker Mayor Mike Waid sent a letter to Gov. Jared Polis May 18, requesting an expedited process allowing all business to reopen.
Waid signed the letter on behalf of the Town of Parker and the town council, stating he believes it is “economically viable and operationally stable” to allow all restaurants and gyms to open with safety protocols in place.
“To put it simply, if a person does not feel safe at a certain business then they should not go there. This respects the business' right to operate at a safety level they are comfortable with as well as the citizen's choice to not feel unsafe.”
Waid closed the letter stating it is important for leaders to follow factual data and to alleviate fears by providing statistics and facts without political bias.
“The data which is now available shows the current level of response is no longer necessary and a return to society should not be feared,” Waid wrote.
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