PAWSD allows SJWCD, state to continue talks on Dry Gulch loan


Staff Writer

In a narrow 3-2 vote last Thursday, the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) Board of Directors approved a resolution allowing San Juan Conservancy District President Rod Proffitt to negotiate on PAWSD’s behalf regarding the loan for the Dry Gulch Reservoir property.

The resolution was considered by the PAWSD board at the request of PAWSD’s new attorney Jeff Robbins of Goldman, Robbins & Nicholson, PC in Durango. Robbins requested that the board give formal direction regarding the negotiation after a meeting with the SJWCD’s attorney on Feb. 17.

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