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CPW Announces New Camping Fees Effective November 1st

DENVER – To assure the continued high quality of Colorado’s State Parks, Colorado Parks and Wildlife announces increases to basic, electric, full hook-up and cabin/yurt camping fees at the 33 parks where camping is available, effective Nov. 1. This is the first increase in camping fees since 2010. “Our wonderful state parks require a large […]

Parks and Wildlife Commission to Meet in Lamar

DENVER – The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will finalize 2014 fishing regulations and consider increases in 2014 non-resident big game hunting license fees when the Commission meets in Lamar on Thursday, Nov. 14 and Friday, Nov. 15. Commissioners will also finalizes minor changes to turkey regulations for 2014 and consider citizen petitions requesting changes to […]

City of Lamar Building Department Annual Report

The City of Lamar’s annual Building Department report is not a direct economic barometer within the city, but the information provided affords a look at what is going on in the construction side of events in Lamar over a year’s span.  The total value of all construction done in Lamar under the regular permitting process […]

Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education Credit Workshops

  For Immediate Release: February 6, 2012  By Wilma Trujillo, SEA Agronomist In the state of Colorado, pesticide application is regulated by a very strict set of laws enforced by the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA).  Some of the regulations include the licensing of private, commercial, limited-commercial, and public pesticide applicators. The purpose of the […]

Granada Board Reviews Landfill Upgrades/Policy Changes

The Granada Town Board reviewed several changes for operations at the town landfill during their monthly meeting, Wednesday, September 14.  In light of several vehicle accidents at the landfill, some specific signs will be set up for the general public.  The reminders will pertain to the limitations of the town’s responsibility for use of the […]

Lamar Sewer Fees Adjusted for Overcharges

A billing oversight is being corrected for 199 Lamar residents. Since January, 2011, they had been charged a sewer fee for services not received. The billing error combined their water and sewer fees when they should have been separated according to use. Lamar city treasurer, Linda Rohlman, said those residents would have their March bills […]

Lamar City Council Revises Water & Sewer Fee Schedule

    The 2011 fee schedule adopted by the city in 2010 inadvertently combined both water and sewer fees instead of separating them according to customer usage. Some water customers who don’t use city sewer facilities were being charged sewer fees. Deputy city administrator Bill Pfeilsticker explained the error to the Lamar city council which […]