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Tommy E. Holton

Mayor

Fort Lupton CO

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Fort Lupton CO

1682 Denver Ave

Fort Lupton, Colorado,80621

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Commissioner

Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission


Mayor

City of Fort Lupton


Chairman

Weld County Comprehensive Plan Review Committee


Affiliations

Rural Task Force

Member of the Advisory Committee


Education

bachelor's degree

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Web References(41 Total References)


Fort Lupton, CO - Official Website

fortlupton.org [cached]

Tom Holton
Holton has been the Mayor of Fort Lupton for three years. He will serve as a local government official on the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. Holton has extensive land use experience and served eight years on the Weld County Planning Commission. Holton has also served on the Weld County Comprehensive Plan Review Committee and is a past member of the Rural Task Force Advisory Committee in Weld County and the Weld County Fair Board. He was previously self-employed as an outside consultant for land use issues; owned Rocky Mountain Airparts; worked at Fraley Machine as a welder and fabricator for oil field equipment and trucks; worked at Caribou Creek Mining Company and worked at B.C. Airmotive as a pilot. Holton earned a bachelor's degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Holton continues to operate one of the family farms.


Fort Lupton, CO - Official Website

www.fortlupton.org [cached]

Tom Holton
Holton has been the Mayor of Fort Lupton for three years. He will serve as a local government official on the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. Holton has extensive land use experience and served eight years on the Weld County Planning Commission. Holton has also served on the Weld County Comprehensive Plan Review Committee and is a past member of the Rural Task Force Advisory Committee in Weld County and the Weld County Fair Board. He was previously self-employed as an outside consultant for land use issues; owned Rocky Mountain Airparts; worked at Fraley Machine as a welder and fabricator for oil field equipment and trucks; worked at Caribou Creek Mining Company and worked at B.C. Airmotive as a pilot. Holton earned a bachelor's degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Holton continues to operate one of the family farms.


500-Foot Setbacks Approved for Oil Wells | Colorado Citizen: Colorado News, Colorado Community

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The only Commissioner to vote against the new regulations was the Mayor of Fort Lupton, Tommy Holton.
More from The Coloradoan: He said he objects to the new setback distance because it is arbitrary and unsupported by scientific evidence. 'We need to base this in fact, not just because we can,' Holton said.


energy.i2i.org

"It is probably the biggest thing to happen for the city in probably 50 years," Fort Lupton Mayor Tommy Holton said.


www.weldgov.com

Fort Lupton Mayor Tom Holton, Weld County Commissioner Barbara Kirkmeyer and Pierce Mayor Sue Spurgeon-Paris take a closer look at the logos entered in the contest.


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