Durango

Durango Still Considering Recreation Oversight at Lake Nighthorse

Under the most recent proposal, and according to a recent Durango Herald article, the city can take charge of recreation at Lake Nighthorse and not lose money. Phase 1 of the plan calls for the park to open in 2012 and projects total revenue of $161,900 and total expenditures of $161,165. Park visitors could pay $5 per vehicle for a day pass or $50 for an annual pass.


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan--Concepts Exploration (Durango, CO)

02/16/2012 5:00 pm
02/16/2012 8:00 pm

Detailed concepts exploration at the Durango Recreation Center, Peaks Rooms (time TBD).  For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org.


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan--Concepts Exploration (Durango, CO)

02/15/2012 5:00 pm
02/15/2012 8:00 pm

Detailed concepts exploration at the Durango Recreation Center, Peaks Rooms (time TBD).  For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org.


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan—Issues Workshop (Durango, CO)

01/05/2012 5:00 pm
01/05/2012 8:00 pm

Issues workshop at the Durango Recreation Center, Peaks Rooms. For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org.


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan--Open House (Durango, CO)

11/10/2011 4:00 pm
11/10/2011 8:00 pm

Open House at the La Plata County Fairgrounds, Pine Room. For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org.


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan--Public Forum (Durango, CO)

12/07/2011 6:00 pm
12/07/2011 8:00 pm

Public Forum at the Durango Public Library, Program Rooms 1 & 2. For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org


Durango Animas River Corridor Management Plan—Issues Workshop (Durango, CO)

01/04/2012 5:00 pm
01/04/2012 8:00 pm

Issues workshop at the Durango Recreation Center, Peaks Rooms. For additional information visit the City website at www.durangogov.org.


October 9, 2011--Durango’s worst flood ever (Durango Herald)

More than 100 bridges washed away. Several deaths. Railroad tracks, more than 300 miles worth, destroyed in every direction. All telegraph and telephone communications lost. Six feet of water rushing down 15th Street. Virtually all the crops in the Animas Valley destroyed. An estimated $1.5 million in damage across the region.


September 22, 2011--Buying into Animas-La Plata (Durango Telegraph)

Durango voters will soon decide whether or not to take a gulp from the Animas-La Plata Project. This year’s ballot, which is mail-in only, will contain a measure from the City of Durango asking residents to approve a $4 million loan to be used to buy 3,800 acre feet annually from the project. City Charter requires a vote of the electorate before assuming debt.


September 21, 2011--State asks for minor fixes for water-treatment plant (Durango Herald)

Every three years, the Department of Public Health and Environment conducts a sanitary inspection of municipal water-treatment facilities. Recenty, the state health department gave Durango its inspection, and Durango Public Works Director Jack Rogers said he was fairly satisfied with the report card.


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