Denver (AP) - No matter how well Colorado may be spending its $2 billion in federal stimulus money, an oversight board says the state is doing a lousy job answering public questions about how
recovery spending works.
Gov. Bill Ritter set up the dozen-member board to make certain stimulus money is spent properly. The panel brainstormed ideas yesterday on what members say could be their biggest challenge:
letting the public know where its money goes.
The Economic Recovery Accountability Board agreed outreach is its first task. Members combed through the state's recovery web site, which includes a video of the governor but not much else.
Board Chairman Don Elliman says state officials will plan a statewide tour in coming months to talk to citizens.
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