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BoCC meets today at courthouse

The Board of County Commissioners will meet today at 1:30 p.m. at the county courthouse. The agenda is as follows: Call to order. Pledge of allegiance. Moment of silence. Public…

Building industry shows vigor

Staff Writer For the second quarter of 2013, consisting of April, May and June, Archuleta County produced building permit numbers at levels last seen in 2007 and 2008, with some…

County to seek grant to put new roof on courthouse

Staff Writer Archuleta County is submitting a grant application to help pay for a new roof for the courthouse. In a special meeting Tuesday, the board unanimously voted to turn…

Local unemployment rate up slightly in June

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County in June 2013 was 7.8 percent, up slightly compared to 7.6 percent in May, but down significantly compared to 8.9 percent in…

County working on 2014 budget, strategic plan

Staff Writer Work on the 2014 Archuleta County budget is officially underway, and work towards a strategic plan for the county is progressing. The strategic plan, an effort spearheaded by…

County seeks new administrator

Staff Writer Archuleta County is again in the hunt for a new county administrator. The contract for the current administrator, Jesse Smith, expires Oct. 15, and will not be renewed…

Bid accepted for Piedra Road work

Staff Writer Construction on Piedra Road is nearing reality following the opening of bids for the reconstruction project last week. Following the opening of the bids Wednesday, July 17, the…

Roads: To mill or not to mill

Staff Writer Affected residents made themselves clear during a work session with Archuleta County last week: Don’t mill up our roads. The work session was held July 10, allowing the…

May sales tax up

Staff Writer May sales tax revenue received in July 2013 totaled $504,611.42. This is an increase of $30,407.72 or 6.41 percent over May 2012. Each month, Pagosa Springs Town Manager…

Area groups, governments consider impacts of energy development

Staff Writer The Chama Peak Land Alliance has partnered with Archuleta County, Rio Arriba County (New Mexico), Future West and Grouthtruth Geographics to consider and discuss the impacts of energy…