The Chaffee County Board of Commissioners has released the agenda for the upcoming public hearing on Nestle Waters North America to consider Nestle’s request to harvest water in Nathrop for bottling in Denver and distribution under its Arrowhead brand.
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.
County planning commission recommends approval of conditional Special Use Permit for Nestle water-harvesting project.
Ann Graham writes to encourage the community to think locally when it comes to the Nestlé project.
Anti-Nestle group gears up to challenge water harvesting 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.
An introduction to the Pintane Family of people and dogs.
Salida Mountain Trails (SMT) requests volunteer assistance for the trail workday and BBQ on Saturday, March 7, 2009.
For the City Council Agenda click here agenda-march-3-2009. Due to the large size of the file, visit www.CityofSalida.com for the packet
Salida lodgers submit petition contesting ordinance language
Citizens should do their homework to be most effective when testifying at public hearings
Exactly what a conservation easement is, and what it does, still seems to be a matter of some confusion and misinformation to many.
Salida keeps focus on infrastructure improvements
Salida price drops compared to Denver, Colorado Springs and the U.S. Median home sales prices in the area go up.
Public hearings for Nestle water harvesting project in Chaffee County start March 3.
In the first of many such workdays planned for 2009, volunteers created about 800 feet of new singletrack on S Mountain, extending Tenderfoot Trail to connect with Backbone Trail.
A lifelong learning toolkit includes diverse skills and aptitudes, utilizing both hand and mind.
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