Come out on Saturday May 16th to volunteer at the GARNA river cleanup and join the festivities of the 2009 Cruiser Crit Legendary Bike Party.
Water and sewer fee increases will help fund maintenance and replacement of aging infrastructure.
Tom Chandler writes to suggest that Chaffee County’s residents would benefit from a more critical perspective on whether Nestlé is a good neighbor.
Crowd of 100 dwindled, commissioners wearied over course of 10-hour hearing
County asks Nestle to exclude Bighorn Springs from the application until more baseline data is known
Nestle Waters North America project manager Bruce Lauerman has said he is suffering “sticker shock”.
The Home-Waters crew celebrate Cinco de Mayo early, learn to deal with rejection, practice some unusual hooking techniques, and have a hell of a lot of fun.
Salida Mountain Trails (SMT) requests volunteer assistance for the trail workday and BBQ on Saturday, May 9th, 2009.
Chaffee Housing Trust (CHT) is hosting a Homebuyer Open House to present its upcoming Crestone Heights development, and to recruit potential homebuyers.
Only six weeks left until FIBArk 2009. The FIBArk Board would like to remind you it is not too early to start planning now for your parade float, corporate booth space and Hooligan craft.
Salida Mountain Trails holds a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tenderfoot Mountain, May 17th at 2:00pm.
Hydrology, wetlands science among key county worries about Nestle project
Ed Berg writes to say that we must adapt to increasing pressures on diminishing resources.
Snowcats at play on Monarch make for interesting and adventurous skiing.
Bruce Ward writes to draw attention to positive arguments about the Nestlé project.
Bruce Lauerman forwards a third-party memo which details how Nestle Waters has impacted towns and cities in which they have located bottling sites.
For the May 2009 meeting, League of Women Voters of Chaffee County Vice-president Katy James will present a program on “Clean Campaigns Colorado.” This is an effort with the goal of publicly financing campaigns for state legislators and statewide offices.
John Emerick spoke about wetland quality and composition, the impacts of water withdrawals on wetland sustainability and climate change.
Download the full City Council Packet for the meeting on Tuesday May 5th, 2009 here
To anyone driving up or down the Canyon at the moment, it will probably come as no surprise that the caddis hatch has arrived.