Ann Miller and her husband Douglas used to live on Valmont Road — directly across the street from the primary tailings pond dike dam at Valmont Butte that is suspected of being a pathway for the contamination that ended up in the wells north of Valmont Road over the years.
Administrators at CU are like those people who go to Vegas, lose a bunch of money, come back home and tell everyone who will listen that they really won, and then either refuse to admit, or are honestly incapable of grasping, that they have a serious problem.
City of Boulder workers have disturbed a possible gravesite just outside of Valmont Cemetery.
The city has begun remediation of its contaminated Valmont Butte property and has hired an archeologist and tribal monitor to keep tabs on possible unearthing of unmarked graves during soil excavation.
The head of state brought down the house Tuesday in the Coors Events Center, reminding the enthusiastic crowd that they could sit if they wanted to, after everyone was still standing a couple minutes into his speech.
The purchase was supported by information that was either intentionally misleading or woefully incomplete. Not only was the deal brokered by a private third party, which is rare itself, but the full, sordid history of the contaminated property appears to have been hidden from city council, and perhaps certain city staff members.
Every year during April, the University of Colorado administration warns students about the potential consequences surrounding the annual 4/20 gathering on Norlin Quad. This year, the university is upping its efforts to end the unwelcome smoke-out.