Denver Water Board

May 3, 2010--Denver Water CEO found dead under tractor in Hawaii (9 News)

The chief executive officer of Denver Water, Hamlet "Chips" Barry was found dead Sunday underneath a tractor on his farm, less than a month after his replacement at Denver Water was named. The Honolulu Advertiser says Hawaii County firefighters found the 66-year-old man dead under his tractor on Paauilo Mauka Road at 7:45 a.m.


April 23, 2010--IBCC tackles ‘fairness’ in water deals (Pueblo Chieftain)

A state panel seeking to iron out differences in water transfers struggled Thursday to find a common vision that’s fair for all for the state’s future. “We’ve been given a pop quiz,” Chips Barry, former director of Denver Water told the Interbasin Compact Committee.


February 18, 2010--Denver Water extends Moffat EIS comment period (Sky-Hi Daily News)

Denver Water has allowed more time for public input on a project that would take more water from Summit and Grand counties in future years. The proposed Moffat Project would expand Gross Reservoir near Boulder by as much as 72,000 acre-feet. One acre-foot is equal to 325,851 gallons of water and supplies about two single-family households for a year.

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