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Commissioners consider use of county tourism funds

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The budgeting of lodgers tax revenue (the county’s tourism funding) was a topic at an Archuleta County budget hearing Nov. 5, with questions raised over…

County building permit revenues up 50 percent over last year

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Third quarter reports for Archuleta County’s building and planning departments show, among other things, two trends in Archuleta County — increasing numbers of lot consolidations…

Third-quarter report shows declining county revenues

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Archuleta County continues to reign in its spending in the face of decreasing revenues, according to the Third Quarter Financial Report. The report was presented…

Lucero, Wadley returned to office

  There will be no new faces on Archuleta County’s Board of County Commissioners following Tuesday’s election. Incumbents for both districts — Steve Wadley, District 1, and Clifford Lucero, District…

Third-quarter report shows declining county revenues

By Randi Pierce Archuleta County continues to reign in its spending in the face of decreasing revenues, according to the Third Quarter Financial Report. The report was presented by Finance…

BoCC to appoint interim admin

By Randi Pierce On the heels of Archuleta County Administrator Greg Schulte’s resignation, the Board of County Commissioners is undertaking the process to find his replacement. Schulte, county administrator since…

DA to Hayward: Cease and desist

By Randi Pierce Independent Mike Hayward, candidate for Archuleta County commissioner, District 2, has been told by the district attorney that, in order to avoid prosecution, he must stop making…

County proceeds with plans for 95 acres

By Lindsey Bright Described as an important juncture in the journey to develop the county-owned 95 acres just south of the fairgrounds on U.S. 84, the Board of County Commissioners…

Schulte resigns county position

By Karl Isberg Greg Schulte, Archuleta County administrator since 2008, has announced his resignation and move to a position in California. In a visit to The SUN office, Schulte said…

County makes public draft 2013 budget

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The first draft of Archuleta County’s 2013 budget was made public Thursday, showing a continued struggle with declining revenue, along with a continued strengthening of…