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Senate Bill 255 passed the Colorado State Senate last week and is on its way to the House. The bill would take $20M off the top of the state oil and gas severance tax fund and transter it to the general fund to fulfill the TABOR refund requirement. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with State Representative Bob Rankin, whose district includes Garfield County, about why he opposes the bill and what he plans to do to protect severance taxes in the future.
Carbondale government relies on many volunteer led commissions to make progress on town goals. KDNK’s January Jones spoke with Darryl Fuller from Carbondale’s Bike, Pedestrian and Trails Commission about how they improve connectivity for residents. CLICK here for the full interview.
Ballots were mailed to Glenwood Springs voters in mid-March for next week’s municipal election. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has some procedural details from Glenwood Springs City Clerk Catherine Mythen.
A look at the candidates for Glenwood Springs City Council Ward 1 with clips from the Glenwood Springs Resort Chamber Association’s Issues and Answers Forum on March 3, 2015.
Aspen is making some big decisions about where to house city offices. KDNK’s January Jones has more.
With development accelerating, the next Glenwood Springs City Council will decide critical issues for residents. KDNK’s January Jones has more on the AT-LARGE candidates.
Last week, the Bureau of Land Management released long-awaited fracking rules. These new standards are supposed to improve safety and help protect groundwater on public and tribal lands. But, Earth Justice Denver attorney Mike Freeman said it’s a mixed bag. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
After losing a lease at 918 Grand Ave in Glenwood Springs two years ago, the Salvation Army's Roaring Fork Valley office has been camped out in cramped quarters in the basement of the Masonic Temple. But, on Thursday, the "Sally" opened a brand new - and permanent - home on 14th Street in Glenwood. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count data for Garfield County reflects the econmic hit families took during 2009- and the recovery is slow going. The number of people and children in poverity went up and the median income when down in the years between 2008 and 2012. KDNK's January Jones has this summary.
The Garfield County Library’s countywide Shop Locally, Support Libraries campaign is in full swing. Carbondale residents are encouraged to bring sales receipts from local shopping trips to the Carbondale library for a chance to win prizes. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh tells why the program is also a winner for the library.