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From the Pages of the Paper - July 14, 2005
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From the Pages of the Paper- July 14, 2005

The Greenhorn Valley View- 16 pages- Black and White with Color Pictures- 50 Cents per Copy

Rye Fire Protection District personnel were among the 800 firefighters battling the Mason Gulch fire near Wetmore. Fire Chief Phil Daniels, firefighters Joe Suarez, Kurt Thompson, Mike Hood, Wade Wills, and Amy Daniels all spent time working the fire. The fire moved about six miles in three and a half hours, burning over 6000 acres. Rye and Colorado City were put on standby for evacuation.

Rye Town Council was looking at a proposal to allow diagonal parking on Main Street in Rye. The proposal would add approximately seven parking spaces. Rye Town Council members had some concerns. Mayor Tom Holgerson didn’t like the fact that only average sized cars had been considered in the proposal, and not larger pickups or SUV’s. Holgerson was also concerned about snow removal issues and Sam Serracino took issue that the centerline of Main Street would have to be moved.

Colorado City Metropolitan District Board treated Pueblo County Commissioners to dinner at the Greens at Hollydot and a tour of the proposed Logo Vista Sub Division and second reservoir. Board member, Bob Flinn reported that the commissioners also indicated knowing of a business that may have been interested in leasing the old “Columbia House” facility.

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