Coley/Forrest, THK spar over Nestle economic impacts
Posts By: Lee Hart
Traffic analysis reveals nominal impact, citizens worry otherwise
Opponents pack hearing, Scanga raises concerns about augmentation
Aurora City Council has approved leasing 200 acre feet of water to Nestle Waters North America for its water harvesting project in Chaffee County.
Reimer expects new reports on Nestle wetlands, economic impacts in time for April 21 hearing
Salida lodgers continue fight against occupational lodging tax to fund recreational and cultural improvements
Nestle water harvesting project draws nationwide attention
Some hail casino proposal as cure for what ails Salida.
Disassembly of petitions violates state law; all petition sections had multiple staple holes and other evidence that the integrity of the petition had been compromised
The staff of the Citizen and RSN apologize that we were not able to resolve problems with the audio feed from today’s Nestle hearing. We tried our darndest, but in the end we were stymied in our efforts to live stream the hearing. We share your
Petition seeking to change wording of occupational lodging tax was disqualified
The Chaffee County Board of Commissioners has released the agenda for the upcoming public hearing on Nestle Waters North America to consider Nestle’s request to harvest water in Nathrop for bottling in Denver and distribution under its Arrowhead brand.
County planning commission recommends approval of conditional Special Use Permit for Nestle water-harvesting project.
Anti-Nestle group gears up to challenge water harvesting project
Salida lodgers submit petition contesting ordinance language
Citizens should do their homework to be most effective when testifying at public hearings
Public hearings for Nestle water harvesting project in Chaffee County start March 3.
The CCVB divides its budget into administrative and marketing categories; the following is a line by line explanation of the marketing portion of the budget.
Chaffee County reduces support for visitor-attracting events.
Salida lodgers set sights on repealing 2B.