Summary of a local works project
Contact and general information about Salida schools
Ask anything you’d like about local issues and we’ll try to get it answered for you!
As I consider the past year it is necessary for me to, once again, state how much the staff of the City of Salida has impressed me…
The Ark-Valley Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter serving Chaffee County.
This is the first in a series of letters from the founders of the Salida Citizen discussing the future of the project, as well as their new GeoTourism marketing plan for the valley.
The 1% sales tax increase passed by voters in November will become effective on the first day of January 2009. Business owners within Salida’s city limits are being asked to make appropriate changes within their accounting and POS (point-of-sale) systems to ensure the correct tax is collected from customers.
I am a board-certified family physician unable to actively practice because of effects of bilateral breast cancer radiation on my immune system. When dealing with Los Alamos National Lab’s self-insured United Healthcare administered program, I was evaded throughout the appeal process until arbitration to pay for services that Medicare would have covered to determine the appropriate treatment for my breast cancer.
New guidelines are available for the 2009-2010 Grants to Artists and Organizations (GAO) and Success through Art (StART Schools) grants from Colorado Council on the Arts.
Local school district achievement results are the best in the state.
A list of qualities which make a good barista.
Public Posting of upcoming City of Salida Council sessions. See www.cityofsalida.com for more
Salida students visited the 8.22 megawatt SunEdison solar photovoltaic plant, one of the world’s largest, near Alamosa, Colorado. The electricity produced there helps Xcel Energy comply with Amendment 37 and Colorado’s new renewable energy standard.
City Council Agenda December 15, 2008
Curtis Killorn gives a brief history of the arts in Salida, touching on Art Walk, Christo, the Steamplant, and Aspen Concerts.
Salida R-32-J School Board and Salida Education Association are grateful to the community for passing ballot issue 3A – a mill levy override that will increase salaries by 15% for all staff and address some one time educational and facility needs.
Providing a detailed analysis of the county’s natural, cultural, historic, scenic and agricultural “heritage”, the Chaffee County Heritage Area / Collegiate Peaks Scenic and Historic Byway Management Plan was officially adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on November 4.
The Chaffee County Board of Commissioners is accepting letters of interest from persons who want to serve on the Chaffee County Planning Commission.
The City is seeking proposals for the development of the “Poncha Hot Springs” property and geothermal hot springs for the benefit of the communities of Salida and Poncha Springs.
The SMS 5th grade classes write to thank the many contributors to our Alternative Energy Field Trip.