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During the citizen input portion of the meeting Claudia Piras addressed the board and reminded them that two tier two violations discovered during a water system inspection in November 2016 remain unresolved. Piras asserted the tier two violations required public notification not later than November 2016, notification that has not, as yet, been accomplished according to Piras.
District Manager David Valdez disputed the claim and he and board members Harry Hochstetler and Susan Kalman called Nicole Graziano, professional engineer, and section manager for drinking water compliance with the state helth department. Graziano said that is not the case and that Colorado City Metro District as far as the state health department is concerned has no outstanding violations and no issues.
In an effort to assist Colorado City residents impacted by recent storms and high winds, the Colorado Metropolitan Board of Directors announced some disposal options for organic yard waste. The district will open the gravel pit near Mountain Shadows Estates on four occasions before the end of the month for organic yard waste only:
Date: Day of the Week: Hours:
4-13-17 Thursday 10 AM-12 PM
4-15-17 Saturday 9-11 AM
4-20-17 Thursday 10 AM-12 PM
4-22-17 Saturday 9-11 AM
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