Archive - 2008

December 29th

December 24, 2008--Town nets $615K grant for water line (Telluride Daily Planet)

The town of Telluride has netted $615,000 in state grant money to help it pay for the water line replacement under Colorado Avenue.

December 24, 2008--South Platte, Centennial conservation districts consolidate (Sterling Journal Advocate)

Centennial Conservation District and South Platte Conservation District will join forces to meet the natural resource conservation needs of landowners throughout Logan County and northeastern Weld County.<

December 24, 2008--Neb. could face smaller water bill from Kansas (Denver Post)

An arbitrator's decision could reduce by millions of dollars the amount of money Nebraska may eventually have to pay Kansas for overusing Republican River water.

December 24, 2008--Appeals Court reinstates Clean Air Interstate Rule (Environmental News Service)

In a decision applauded by environmentalists, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit Tuesday issued an order that leaves the Clean Air Interstate Rule in effect while the U.S.

December 24th

December 23, 2008--Colorado rises to No. 5 of fastest growing states (Denver Post)

Colorado's population continued growing at a steady pace over the past year, pushing it to fifth on the Census Bureau's annual rankings of fastest-growing states released Monday.

December 22nd

December 19, 2008--Wastewater flowing through new Fairplay plant (Fairplay Flume)

The Fairplay Sanitation District's new wastewater treatment plant began operating the Monday prior to Thanksgiving, and wastewater operator Dave Standford has been conducting tours to show it off.

December 19, 2008--Could SDS pipeline take on more water? (Pueblo Chieftain)

Increasing the use of a proposed water pipeline from Pueblo Dam to Colorado Springs would trigger a new federal environmental review and would also have to pass muster with pipeline sponsors.

December 19th

December 18, 2008--Group works on river plan (Cortez Journal)

Roughly 50 interested residents from Cortez, Dolores, Dove Creek and beyond braved Monday's snowstorm to meet for the first Lower Dolores Management Plan Working Group meeting.