Students will recycle electronics dropped off on Saturday, April 4.
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The newly formed Chaffee Citizens for Sustainability (CCFS) announced that its first fundraiser is scheduled on Saturday, April 4.
There will be an informational gathering for interested parents, teachers, Waldorf graduates and community members Monday, April 6th at the Salida Library Basement 6:30 PM.
Suzanne Ward writes to say that a vote against the Nestlé project by county commissioners would support movement into the new era of local, living economies.
City of Salida will participate in WWF Earth Hour on March 28, 2009.
Richard Cabe notes that the County Commissioners are not obligated to approve the Nestlé project, as a recent Mountain Mail editorial claims.
Chaffee Citizens for Sustainability forms
Tom Chandler says that local control often disappears when Nestlé arrives.
Daniel F. Zettler addresses a recent article in the Mountain Mail.
According to Askjel Madalhar & Birte Nellessen, the question really should be: are we a socially-responsible community?
In March 18, 2009 press conference the city clerk announced that she found 2B protest petitions to be insufficient.
John Graham forwards
four five consultant reports from the Nestlé 1041 application.
Contrary to some recently expressed opinions that information regarding our Chaffee County spring water development project has been difficult to obtain or hidden, Nestlé Waters has worked diligently to ensure that information on the project is readily available to the public and that the approval process is transparent.
John Graham forwards a report by Delia Malone of CNHA that raises questions about Nestlé Waters’ 1041 application, recently recommended for approval by the Chaffee County Planning Commission.
Salida Concerts Inc. announced the availability of scholarships for deserving music students who will graduate high school this year in Chaffee County, or to students from Chaffee County already studying music in college.
Ann Graham writes to encourage the community to think locally when it comes to the Nestlé project.
Dr. Sherry proposes that Nestlé pay a small royalty to Chaffee County on the water that it extracts.
Citizens concerned about Nestle water harvesting project in Chaffee County
Salida Mountain Trails is one beneficiary of a new equipment purchase by Salida – a Bobcat 418 micro-excavator.
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