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Citizens for a Healthy Community

  • Delta County Commissioners are backing a proposed plan that includes limited mineral withdrawal in the North Fork Valley.
  • KVNF's Lisa Young speaks with Natasha Leger, Executive Director for Citizens for a Healthy Community and Pete Kolbenschlag, Executive Director for Colorado Farm and Food Alliance, on the need to act now on Climate Change.
  • KVNF's Lisa Young interviews Natasha Leger, Executive Director for Citizens for a Healthy Community located in Paonia, Colorado and Lea Linse , Conservation Programs Manager for Ecoflight, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and advocating for the protection of remaining wild lands and wildlife habitat using small aircraft.
  • FernGully will show at the Paradise Theater in Paonia on Thursday April 27th. Proceeds will be donated to Citizens for a Healthy Community. Tickets and more information can be found here.
  • The city of Ouray is looking to boost water temperatures at the Ouray Hot Springs Pool, reports the Ouray Plaindealer. The federal government may receive the bulk of cash seized as part of evidence in the February murders of two Paonia residents, reports the Montrose Daily Press. Documents filed in federal court concerning just over $360,000 in assets from Michael Arnold’s estate were connected to marijuana Arnold grew at his Black Bridge Road property. Citizens for a Healthy Community Executive Director Natasha Leger hand delivered copies of the organization’s latest publication to Delta County Commissioners on Tuesday. The 90 page document entitled, Climate Action Plan for Delta County: Moving From Crisis to Comeback urges the county to consider the impacts of climate change and take action.
  • The Delta County Board of Commissioners denied an agro-voltaic project on Garnet Mesa, despite a Delta County Independent poll showing 84 percent of Delta County residents in favor of it. Then, they approved a concrete plant in the same area. Kate Redmond speaks to Natasha Leger from Citizens for a Healthy Community about ongoing debates on land use. Plus, Colorado Democrats are advancing a bill to create a new statewide recycling program, paid for by businesses making or selling recyclable products. Scott Franz reports for Capitol Coverage.
  • The Delta County Board of Commissioners denied an agro-voltaic project on Garnet Mesa, despite a Delta County Independent poll showing 84 percent of Delta County residents in favor of it. Then, they approved a concrete plant in the same area. Kate Redmond speaks to Natasha Leger from Citizens for a Healthy Community about ongoing debates on land use. Plus, Colorado Democrats are advancing a bill to create a new statewide recycling program, paid for by businesses making or selling recyclable products. Scott Franz reports for Capitol Coverage.
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