Salida staff, city council keep a close eye on finances.
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
In this letter to the Chaffee County Commissioners, GARNA opposes the Nestlé project, arguing that the health and welfare of Chaffee County is at stake and encouraging the Commissioners to take a long-term view.
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?
The goal of the Transition Movement is to prepare communities for the dual challenges of climate change and peak oil.
Does water flow uphill to money in Chaffee County?
In March 18, 2009 press conference the city clerk announced that she found 2B protest petitions to be insufficient.
Disassembly of petitions violates state law; all petition sections had multiple staple holes and other evidence that the integrity of the petition had been compromised
The staff of the Citizen and RSN apologize that we were not able to resolve problems with the audio feed from today’s Nestle hearing. We tried our darndest, but in the end we were stymied in our efforts to live stream the hearing. We share your
Petition seeking to change wording of occupational lodging tax was disqualified
The Salida City Clerk will hold a Press Conference tomorrow (Wednesday) March 18th at 10:00 AM at the Council Chambers to announce her findings on the petitions submitted against Ordinance 2 (The Occupation Lodging Tax). For more information please call City Hall at
An informational meeting about the project will be held at the Salida SteamPlant, 220 W. Sackett Ave. on Thursday, March 19th at 6:00 p.m.
John Graham forwards
four five consultant reports from the Nestlé 1041 application.
Take a lesson from other commissioners and municipalities across the nation who are now ruing their support of Nestlé.
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.