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Commissioners clash as county budget is passed

Commissioners clash as county budget is passed

Staff Writer The process of creating the 2013 budget for Archuleta County was contentious, and its adoption was no less so. The budget ultimately passed with a 2-1 vote of…

Council extends revenue, spending policy

Staff Writer A policy to enhance the financial stability of the Town of Pagosa Springs, Resolution 2012-19 was recently presented to town council by James Dickhoff, the town planner, on…

Town says ‘yes’ to incentives

Staff Writer At its regular town council meeting on Dec. 4 the Pagosa Springs Town Council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 2012-20, giving the town manager authority to offer economic…

Get ready to shop — Parade of Stores weekend is here!

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The PREVIEW The seventh annual Parade of Stores Shopping Extravaganza will take place from today, Dec. 6, to Saturday, Dec. 8. Stores all over…

Chamber to cease operation of Visitor Center

Chamber to cease operation of  Visitor Center

Staff Writer After next year, the Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce will no longer be responsible for operating the downtown Visitor Center, according to a letter from Bill Schwab, the…

Council cuts red tape, saves business

Staff Writer Red tape and out-of-control government bureaucracy once again threatened to shoot down a small business in Pagosa Springs (the Flying Burrito on 7th Street), forcing town council to…

County considers CDC donation

To fund or not to fund? Contributing to the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC) using public funds was the subject of a tense discussion at a Board of County…

CDC asks town for $100,000

Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Mark Weiler made a dramatic offer to the town council during its Nov. 15 work session after the CDC submitted a request for…

LPEA announces 11-percent rate increase

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors Monday gave preliminary approval for an average electric rate increase of approximately 11 percent.…

Ski season begins at Wolf Creek

Since the first, and so far only, winter storm passed through Pagosa Country two weeks ago, leaving 20 inches on the slopes at Wolf Creek Ski Area, the skies have…