Sixteen candidates were whittled down to two options, attorney Nick Gradisar and former city council president Steve Nawrocki.
New EPA tests show elevated levels of metal affecting the air quality in Pueblo. The results are linked to a smelter that was designated a Superfund site in 2014.
The depot is responsible for eradicating 780,000 mustard gas shells to fulfill an international treaty banning chemical weapons.
The pair of 45-foot, mosaic-covered spires—called “Gateway to the Southwest”—will flank the Dillon Drive bridge.
It was the first time a jury considered a lawsuit using federal anti-racketeering law to target a marijuana company, and it will likely discourage similar cases in the future.
Vulnerability to similar pending suits in other states is among the many risks facing marijuana businesses licensed by states but still violating federal law.
The plant is destroying 780,000 shells containing 2,500 U.S. tons of mustard agent under an international treaty.
The popular New Mexican chile pepper has a decades-long lead in the market, according to one Mexican food expert.
For three days, local farmers and vendors along with thousands of people flock to downtown Pueblo to sell and stock up on chile and pinto beans.
The company said customers will save about $213 million by 2054 as renewable energy continues to get cheaper.