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‘Liberty Zone’ advocates speak to county commissioners

Staff Writer A meeting of the Board of County Commissioners included an unusual amount of public comment on March 5. Much of the public comment concerned Second Amendment rights and…

$1.5 million in cuts proposed for county

Staff Writer In front of a room packed mostly with county employees on Tuesday, County Attorney and Interim County Administrator Todd Starr suggested about $1.5 million in budget cuts to…

Appeal possible in Hudson vs. county lawsuit

Staff Writer By pocket veto (when a judge fails to enter a judgement in the required time period), Archuleta County and commissioner Clifford Lucero were awarded costs associated with a…

Finalists to be interviewed for county finance director

Staff Writer Three finalists are set to be interviewed Friday for the position of Archuleta County finance director. The position has been vacant since Feb. 8, with the resignation of…

Costs rise for Piedra Road

Staff Writer Archuleta County may have $4 million dollars slated to go toward the repaving of Piedra Road, but with costs for the project escalating due to federal requirements, less…

BoCC to meet, discuss geothermal grant

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners will hold a regular meeting at 1:30 p.m. today (Tuesday), with the following agenda. The meeting will be held in the commissioners’ meeting…

BoCC to hold special meeting

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners will hold a special meeting this afternoon (Monday). The sole item on the agenda for the meeting is the consideration of a letter…

Thomas Johnston appointed county surveyor

Staff Writer Archuleta County has a new surveyor following the appointment of Thomas F. Johnston to the office last week. David Maley, who served as Archuleta County Surveyor for about…

BoCC deeds property for watershed restoration project

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has deeded an Aspen Springs resident 24.16 acres for the purpose of restoration of the portion of the Stollsteimer Creek Watershed…

Eleven county residents named to Extension Advisory Committee

Staff Writer Eleven Archuleta County residents have been appointed as the newly-formed Archuleta County Extension Advisory Committee. The members were appointed to the board during the Feb. 19 meeting of…