The proposal comes not long after many of the parks that charge entrance fees raised them. The rationale is the same — to address a backlog of maintenance and infrastructure.
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Depending on whom you talk to, the Broomfield plan was seen as a gold standard or a misguided plan in need to revisions.
Broomfield City Council is expected to vote on a long-awaited drilling agreement with Extraction Oil & Gas later this month.
The 14-page draft of new regulations says flow lines that are permanently taken out of service must be disconnected, drained and sealed at both ends, and any above-ground portion must be removed.
A short stretch of the river drops into a narrow channel that allows to run deeper, faster and colder.
A Boulder developer will use track energy use and charge tenants accordingly. That's designed to encourage lower use.
Since 2014, the state's regulator has handed out an unprecedented $12,693,534 in penalties.
The 2017 Solar Decathlon pits student teams from around the world, showcasing innovative solar home technology. It's on display near DIA.
The US and Mexico signed a new agreement to share water from the Colorado River, and improve conservation in Mexico, particularly on farms.
It's pretty typical for Colorado to see its first, notable snowfall the first weeks in October.
More than 400 of Colorado's oil and gas pipelines within 1,000 feet of occupied buildings failed inspections. The location of these pipelines is unknown at this time.
The agreement includes spending millions of dollars on conservation projects and drawing up plans to deal with drought and climate change.
The Ursa Resources plan involves drilling 55 wells from two pads in the unincorporated Garfield County community of several thousand residents.
Researchers including one from from Colorado's Climate Accountability Institute find that 90 fossil fuel companies have directly contributed to sea level rise and warming temperatures.
The EPA is installing a barrier at the mine outside Silverton to prevent another spill like the one in 2015 that sent 3 million gallons of toxic water into rivers.