Gov. Hickenlooper pledges help to Durango and Silverton in wake of 416 Fire

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Gov. Hickenlooper pledges help to Durango and Silverton in wake of 416 Fire

Congressmen join governor to do some public relations
Gov. John Hickenlooper shops at Maria's Bookshop during a visit Friday to downtown Durango. Hickenlooper joined Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton in a meeting with local leaders to discuss the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Sen. Cory Gardner, left, and Rep. Scott Tipton chat with local residents during a visit to Durango on Friday to meet with Durango and Silverton business owners and officials about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet buys a scoop of ice cream from Anthony McKenna at Cream Bean Berry on Main Avenue in Durango on Friday.
Sen. Michael Bennet shares a laugh with Cream Bean Berry owner Katie Burford during a visit Friday to downtown Durango. Bennet joined Sen. Cory Gardner, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Scott Tipton for the trip to meet with government officials and business owners from Durango and Silverton about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Sen. Michael Bennet, left, chats with Durango resident Jennifer J. Goodwin, right, about water conservation during a tour of downtown Durango led by Durango Mayor Sweetie Marbury on Friday. Bennet joined Sen. Cory Gardner, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Scott Tipton for the trip to meet with government officials and business owners from Durango and Silverton about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Gov. John Hickenlooper leaves Cream Bean Berry during a short tour Friday around downtown Durango to send a message to tourists that Durango is open for business despite the 416 Fire. Durango Mayor Sweetie Marbury escorted Hickenlooper, Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton during their visit.
Walt Dear, left, chats with Gov. John Hickenlooper, right, and Sen. Michael Bennet during a visit to Durango on Friday.
Gov. John Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael Bennet, Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton talk with residents outside of Maria's Bookshop during a visit to Durango on Friday to meet with local leaders about how the 416 Fire is affecting the economies of Durango and Silverton.

Gov. Hickenlooper pledges help to Durango and Silverton in wake of 416 Fire

Gov. John Hickenlooper shops at Maria's Bookshop during a visit Friday to downtown Durango. Hickenlooper joined Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton in a meeting with local leaders to discuss the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Sen. Cory Gardner, left, and Rep. Scott Tipton chat with local residents during a visit to Durango on Friday to meet with Durango and Silverton business owners and officials about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet buys a scoop of ice cream from Anthony McKenna at Cream Bean Berry on Main Avenue in Durango on Friday.
Sen. Michael Bennet shares a laugh with Cream Bean Berry owner Katie Burford during a visit Friday to downtown Durango. Bennet joined Sen. Cory Gardner, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Scott Tipton for the trip to meet with government officials and business owners from Durango and Silverton about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Sen. Michael Bennet, left, chats with Durango resident Jennifer J. Goodwin, right, about water conservation during a tour of downtown Durango led by Durango Mayor Sweetie Marbury on Friday. Bennet joined Sen. Cory Gardner, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Rep. Scott Tipton for the trip to meet with government officials and business owners from Durango and Silverton about the economic impact of the 416 Fire.
Gov. John Hickenlooper leaves Cream Bean Berry during a short tour Friday around downtown Durango to send a message to tourists that Durango is open for business despite the 416 Fire. Durango Mayor Sweetie Marbury escorted Hickenlooper, Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton during their visit.
Walt Dear, left, chats with Gov. John Hickenlooper, right, and Sen. Michael Bennet during a visit to Durango on Friday.
Gov. John Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael Bennet, Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Scott Tipton talk with residents outside of Maria's Bookshop during a visit to Durango on Friday to meet with local leaders about how the 416 Fire is affecting the economies of Durango and Silverton.
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