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If It Works for Police and Fire, Why Not for Colorado City Metro District
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Police and fire departments, nationwide, enter into mutual aid agreements to assist one another during emergencies. Could the same concept apply to governmental units experiencing a severe water infrastructure issue based on an emergency or natural disaster? Ask District Manager James Eccher and you’ll get a resounding, “Yes!” At the last regular meeting of the month, held Tuesday evening, May 28, 2019, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to authorize Chairman Kraus to execute documents to join Colorado’s Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network (CoWARN). In short, the agreement will allow agencies to provide assistance to each other in the event of an emergency or natural disaster by providing or receiving bulk potable water.

In other action, the board voted to:

• Approve the Colorado City Architectural Advisory Committee application with minor modification.

• Waive green fees for a fundraising golf tournament sponsored by Friends of HolyDot.

• Accept an offer to purchased lot 265 in unit 21 for $3,000

• Counter an offer to purchase five buildable lots in units 5, 14, and 29

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