A response to Mountain Mail editorial
The vision for the SteamPlant facility is to create a space for community events and to attract outside events that create a positive impact on the local economy.
This is an explanation of my recent letter to the editor of the Mountain Mail.
The Chaffee County Commissioners held a special meeting on Wednesday, August 5, to continue deliberations on the Nestlé Waters North America
The City of Salida is introducing an automated payment option for water and sewer customers.
Outside Magazine calls Salida “unpretentious” and “bike-friendly”.
What do you want Salida to be like in the future?
RSN Home-Waters.com fly fishing heads down river, as Hayden and Caveman avoid the long arm of the law, have a couple of beers, a few laughs, and catch a few fish also.
The RSN Home-Waters team floats the Arkansas River below Salida, and enjoys some great dry fly action.
The City of Salida has been the grateful recipient of multiple grants in recent years amounting to over 3.4 million dollars since 2007.
Small band of community activists make headlines around the world
The Mayor comments on the chip seal project.
The Salida Fire Department, with the help of local sponsors and contributions collected from citizens, puts on a fireworks show from atop Tenderfoot Mountain.
A summer day spent “surfing” in the Arkansas River provides a magnificent cinematic opportunity for photojournalist Charles Newcomb and kayaker David Schmitt.
City staff has started developing the 2010 budget and are introducing a new process for reviewing budget requests from community organizations.
At the July 7, 2009 council meeting Mayor Rose commends local volunteers and thanks citizens for their understanding during the summer’s road improvement projects.
Discussion and vote of the property maintenance code at the July 7, 2009 council meeting.
The city council address the property maintenance code, among other issues, during the July 7, 2009 meeting.
Malone wishes community best in preventing ‘small but significant tragedy’