Air and Water
** Endorsed by Conservation Colorado **
Compare the Candidates
Steve O'Dorisio is the BEST candidate for Adams County Commissioner (District 4) because he will hold polluters, dumpers, junkers, and slumlords accountable, while his opponent looks the other way.
Steve Stands Up to Suncor and "Bad Actors"
Standing up alone... now people are listening
Pushing for transparency and accountability
Steve Stands for Clean Air & Clean Water
Health department will be adequately funded to address environmental health
Don't pick on Suncor?
Suncor cleans all the water they dump into our rivers?
Never had issues with Suncor?
If Joe likes having Suncor in his backyard, what would Joe put in your's?
Experience & Accomplishments
Steve O'Dorisio is the BEST candidate for Adams County Commissioner (District 4) because he will hold polluters, dumpers, junkers, and slumlords accountable.
Holding Polluters Accountable! Steve fought for real accountability for "bad actors" who pollute in Adams County.
Cleaning Up our Rivers! Steve fought for improved standards to our water quality in our rivers, such as the Clear Creek River and South Platte Rivers. Steve's testimony with other elected officials and community members helped the CDHPE Water Quality Control Commission (WQCC) reverse a bad decision from 2020 to keep low quality standards for the South Platte River and Clear Creek.
Clean Drinking Water! Steve is advocating for more resources to help our municipalities and water districts reduce/remove the PFOS/PFAS ("forever chemical") from our drinking water.
Thornton Shopping Center! Steve stood up for residents in Thornton and Welby who have a blighted strip mall at 88th & Washington that has an expanding plume of chemicals spreading underneath homes.
“The neighborhoods of Thornton have put up with more delays and excuses than necessary,” Adams County Commissioner Steve O’Dorisio said after this week’s hearing. “Some people only care about money, so they pollute our environment, dump in our communities, and operate slums. They don’t care enough about the community to recognize opportunities to make improvements. In those situations, only penalties that affect their bottom line get their attention.”
Read more here https://www.denverpost.com/2021/05/14/thornton-mall-toxic-hazard-cleanup-delayed/
Steve is proud to receive the endorsement of Conservation Colorado, who fights for clean air, clean water, and addressing climate change.