Denver man wants city prepared for space aliens
DENVER, Colorado – A Denver man wants the city to be prepared for possible space aliens and he’s drafted a proposal that would create a commission to deal with the matter.
The city will hold a “review and comment” meeting next Thursday on Jeff Peckman’s proposed ballot initiative to create an 18-member ET commission. Peckman says the Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission would form a strategy “dealing with issues related to the presence of extraterrestrial beings on Earth.”
Denver assistant City Attorney David Broadwell says he doesn’t know what city officials will ask Peckman during the hearing.
The 54-year-old needs 4,000 signatures to get the proposal on the ballot.
Peckman sponsored a 2003 initiative that would require the city to implement stress-reduction techniques. That idea didn’t garner enough support from voters.
Information from: Rocky Mountain News, http://insidedenver.com/
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