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Denver voters will be asked to create commission to probe UFOs
Denver voters next summer will be asked to approve the formation of a commission to study visitors from outer space.
Jeff Peckman, the 55-year-old entrepreneur behind the 2003 "Safety Through Peace" ballot initiative that asked Denver to deploy stress-reducing systems citywide, found out Monday that he had submitted enough signatures to get the issue before voters.
City Clerk and Recorder Stephanie O'Malley said he submitted 10,000 signatures, of which 4,211 were valid; 3,974 were required to place the issue on the Aug. 10, 2010, city ballot.
If it passes, Denver will be required to create a seven-member commission tasked with collecting evidence that extraterrestrials and UFOs have been visiting Earth.