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As Summit County recently made the transition to 'red level' restrictions amid the fight against COVID-19, further capacity limits have been put in place at local resorts. Though the public health order that was signed on November 20 states that Summit County ski areas must work with the local public health agency to "further reduce their daily capacities," what that means remains a bit up-in-the-air. Continue Reading

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The Arkansas Valley Conduit “is necessary to address significant health concerns linked to radionuclides that are currently contaminating the Lower Arkansas River Valley water supply,” U.S. Reps. Ken Buck and Scott Tipton and U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner  wrote in a Nov. 24 letter to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Continue Reading

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Upon review, the planning commission recommended several changes to the latest draft, including extending the time for existing operators to submit registration materials, clarifying the necessary wildlife reports and surveys that are required, and revising the language on ambient noise levels for oil and gas operations. Continue Reading

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On Monday the state health department notified the county of the move, due to high levels of COVID-19 transmission in the community, as well as positivity rate among those tested and strained hospital capacity within the county, according to a Monday press release from El Paso County Public Health. Continue Reading