The third public workshop for the Salida Regional Transportation Plan will be held on May 6, 2009.
Would this withdrawal from the basin displace future growth in the county, either residential or business?
Nestle takes aim at UAWCD claims that Nestle-Aurora water lease could be harmful to Chaffee County
UAWCD also raises red flag over Nestle-Aurora water lease
Linda Erickson writes to share suggestions from Steve Glazer and the Sierra Club.
County records show that Nestlé pays very little to Chaffee County for property taxes on existing property.
We were somewhat surprised by what we found.
Shan Cretin writes a letter to Arrowhead on behalf of the AFSC and cancels their contract for water delivery.
From the moment the trooper made the u-turn at Cotopaxi as we drove innocently by, it was obvious we weren’t going to get to launch on time
What happens when Nestle wants to tap yet another source, and Chaffee County decides it doesn’t want the noise or pollution of more truck traffic?
David Maier argues that the Nestlé project is not a good deal for Chaffee County.
Judy writes to encourage people to attend the public forum regarding the Nestlé 1041 application next Wednesday.
Coley/Forrest, THK spar over Nestle economic impacts
Council voted to remand the proposed Sackett’s Addition Overlay to the Planning Commission for further evaluation.
You can meet with me at Hattie’s Pub the Monday before each City Council meeting from 5:30 to 7:00 PM.
Traffic analysis reveals nominal impact, citizens worry otherwise
There are nearly fifty different species of caddis to be found in the river.
Jane Browning writes to say that she thinks that Nestlé wanted a small rural community with very limited resources for their first 1041 permit application in the state.
Ed Berg writes to say that during the ninety-nine years that Nestle wants to take water from the wetland aquifer without interruption, it is virtually certain that the climate will be drier than it was in May 2007, when Nestle conducted flow tests.
Bring someone who you think would be interested in Transition.