Sewer System

February 11, 2009--County offers assistance to solve Friend ditch debate (Salida Chafee County Mountain Mail)

If deals aren't cut, Chaffee County officials may seek independent review of Friend Ranch plans and ditch crossing agreements commissioners agreed Tuesday during their regular meeting.

December 26, 2008--Old chemicals found years later in marine mammals (L.A. Times)

More than a generation has passed since manufacturers in Southern California dumped large quantities of the pesticide DDT and the chemical PCB into the Los Angeles County sewer system, which spilled t

December 16, 2008--Water, sewer system needs approval (Durango Herald)

La Plata County commissioners today are being asked to approve the water and sewer system for a high-end development that has drawn fire from some critics who say it was designed specifically to flout coun

October 28, 2008--Canon City sewer project awaits legal approval (Pueblo Chieftain)

Construction on the long-awaited $3.3 million sanitary sewer project in the north Canon City neighborhood could start this winter if all of the final legal hurdles can be cleared.


August 22, 2008--'Sewer' is a sweet sound for Stockton (Alamosa Valley Courier)

Awarding a sewer bid may not seem exciting to most people, but for more than 40 households without adequate sewer services in a portion of Alamosa, it’s an action long overdue.


July 17, 2008--Sewer district asks city for help (Lamar Ledger)

Seventy four residences along Prospect Lane west of Lamar have a problem and they recently asked Lamar to fix it.


June 23, 2008--Mesa County will improve sewer system for BLM official's home (Grand Junction Sentinel)

Mesa County plans to spend $6,000 on sewer system improvements at the home of Catherine Robertson, Grand Junction field manager for the Bureau of Land Management. County Administrator Jon Peacock said he and county staff decided to pay for a special pump, using a septic-system elimination fund.


June 11, 2008--Water district may seal public tap due to alleged illegal use by some (Westcliffe Wet Mountain Tribune)

If Round Mountain Water and Sanitation District manager Josh Cichocki has his way, the RV water and sewer station located at Westcliffe’s Veterans Memorial Park will soon be shut down.


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