Posted by Trey on February 9, 2009
Chaffee County and Nestlé Waters have agreed to reschedule public meetings regarding the water extraction project to allow time for consultant review.
Posted by Trish Bews on February 9, 2009
Positive change is afoot (or afin) at the Aquatic Center, as projects involving the installation of the hot water pipe and the reopening of the locker rooms move forward.
Posted by Hayden Mellsop on February 6, 2009
The Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas reached two milestones recently in the hiring of its first executive director and the completion of a 3600 acre conservation easement in Lake County.
Posted by The City of Salida on February 5, 2009
PUBLIC POSTING UPCOMING COUNCIL SESSIONS: All Regular City Council Meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month, 6:00 p.m., (All meetings and work sessions are held at this address unless otherwise noted.) City Council Chambers 125 E. 3rd St., Salida, CO 81201 City Council members may attend: Wednesday, February 4, [...]
Posted by Leslie Walker on February 5, 2009
This article compares home sale statistics from 2007 and 2008 in Salida.
Posted by Trey on February 4, 2009
After a widely-praised tenure, interim City Adminstrator Mike Copp will turn over the reins to his successor, Jack Lewis, this week.
Posted by Bill Donavan on February 3, 2009
Did You Know? originally started out as a PowerPoint presentation for a faculty meeting in August 2006 at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado.
Posted by Hugh Young on January 30, 2009
Hugh Young writes to clarify some issues around the Occupational Lodging Tax (OLT).
Posted by Admin on January 30, 2009
The Citizen continues to evolve with a new issues section called PULSE.
Posted by Chuck Rose on January 29, 2009
Mayor looks forward to Lewis’ hand in helping Salida surmount challenges.
Posted by Leslie Walker on January 28, 2009
Median home sales in Salida, Colorado remain flat for 2008.
Posted by Trey on January 28, 2009
The current economic climate and the failure of recent ballot measures have the District examining belt-tightening strategies and exploring new partnerships, attendees to a “State of the District” community meeting learned.
Posted by Trey on January 28, 2009
Two hundred thousand dollars from GOCO and some additional local funds will be used to improve the whitewater park, install climbing boulders and construct a small park and trails near South Main.
Posted by Susan Mayfield on January 26, 2009
The Inaugural Ball Exhibit last Tuesday night drew hundreds of happy citizens to the Sandusky building to celebrate Barack Obama’s inauguration.
Posted by Bill Donavan on January 23, 2009
Everyone is invited to the first gathering of this new art community which will be upstairs at The Sandusky Building, located at 222 F St, Thursday, Jan. 29 at 6 PM.
Posted by Trey on January 22, 2009
A Nestlé Waters representative presented their application for proposed development of the Ruby Mountain and Bighorn Springs in Chaffee County.
Posted by The City of Salida on January 22, 2009
The City of Salida is seeking enthusiastic volunteers for boards and commissions.
Posted by Trey on January 20, 2009
Locals gathered to watch and celebrate the Presidential Inauguration.
Posted by Scott Damman on January 20, 2009
An open letter regarding Mr. Damman’s views on the lodging industry.
Posted by Lee Hart on January 17, 2009
Salida lodgers set sights on repealing 2B.