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Title III funds go to FireWise and Mountain Studies Institute

In a two-commissioner meeting with only three new business items on the agenda, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners made short work of its Nov. 20 regular meeting. After…

County needs long-term budget forecast

The 2013 budget for Archuleta County was at topic during a work session Monday morning, following a less-than-pleasing forecast of the county’s financial health. The budget work session began with…

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Due to a recent rash of vandalism at Pagosa Springs’ Town and Yamaguchi Parks, Tom Carosello, the director of the Parks and Recreation Department, announced at last week’s town council…

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…

Imagine Downtown meets tonight

On Nov. 13 and 14, a team from Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) visited Pagosa Springs as a part of the Imagine Downtown group initiative. The DCI team met with the…

County’s GOCO grant attempt fails

Archuleta County is still seeking funding for its 95-acre park located adjacent to U.S. 84, after failing to receive a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant. A Nov. 6 e-mail sent…

Sales tax figures positive, once the fog clears

Archuleta County Finance Director Diane Sorensen recently reported the September sales tax revenue received in November was $596,851 — an apparant decrease of $30,375 or 4.84 percent when compared to…

BoCC appoints Todd Starr as interim administrator

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners made two moves at its Nov. 8 meeting to deal with the departure of County Administrator Greg Schulte,…

Dealing with drilling in the Fruitland Outcrop

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer Last summer, July 2011, an unintended occurrence happened deep in the geologic layers beneath Archuleta County near the Fruitland Outcrop. Petrox Petroleum had a permit,…

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…