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San Miguel River
Illegal stocking of smallmouth bass in Miramonte Reservoir will force Colorado Parks and Wildlife to partially drain the lake and treat it with an organic pesticide to kill all the fish early this fall. Restocking will occur shortly after the treatment is completed.
Montrose County has given up its objection to a state filing for in-stream flow rights on the San Miguel River in exchange for the Uravan Trust’s water rights when those become available. County commissioners on Thursday approved a stipulated agreement with the Colorado Water Conservation Board concerning the board’s application for in-stream flow rights.
The Town of Norwood along with the Lone Cone Ditch and Reservoir Company reached a settlement with the Town of Telluride over Telluride’s opposition to applications for water rights on the San Miguel river.
The Telluride Town Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to enter into a comprehensive settlement agreement with Idarado Mining over long-standing water issues in Bridal Veil Basin.
Montrose County’s water rights are just a step away from being signed, sealed and delivered. District Judge J. Steven Patrick on Wednesday signed an order approving stipulations between the county, the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the state and division engineers.
Montrose County Commissioners this week approved a water settlement agreement that was hammered out between several parties in the wake of its applications for substantial water rights on the San Miguel River.
A water rights dispute between Montrose County and other parties is one step closer to being resolved after the town of Telluride inked a stipulated
An agreement between a lengthy list of objectors, including the Town of Telluride and San Miguel County, has been reached with Montrose County that drastically reduces the amount of water it seeks to claim from the San Miguel River and its tributaries.
A dismissal of a Montrose County application for additional water rights won’t end an ongoing water struggle over the San Miguel River, but things are closer to a conclusion. The county was applying for water rights to the Johnson Ditch, which diverts water from the San Miguel River.
Montrose County lost a court case on Monday in its ongoing push to secure water rights in the West End. District Court Judge J.