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The Chaffee Board of County Commissioners will get another update from the BlueTriton Brands bottling group during its 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, November 15, regular meeting. The session will be held in person at the Buena Vista Community Center, and can also be viewed on Zoom.

Per its 1041 extended permit agreement, BlueTriton is required to complete the conservation easement of its land along the Arkansas River, which is part of its Ruby Mountain Spring pumping and bottling operation in Johnson Village by December 31, 2022.

During an October, 2022 BoCC meeting, BlueTriton representatives presented a report on their overall operations, including the work on the conservation easement. (To view that segment of the October meeting, follow this link. (scroll to minutes 33:30-1:01:30)

Also on the agenda:

The BoCC will consider a request from the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) Sub-committee to fund a consultant to explore state and federal transportation grant opportunities for the development and refinement of a multi-modal transportation plan.

Commissioners will consider Resolution 2022-74, which would extend a Temporary Moratorium on The Acceptance of Certain Land Use Applications Pending The Adoption of Water Adequacy Standards and in Connection With The Update and Implementation of the Chaffee County Land Use Code.

Support for the conservation and habitat restoration work of Envision will come near the end of their  November 15 session. The BoCC has received a request for a Letter of Support for Envision (CWCB Grant Application/ Restoration Treatments on Fourmile Creek.

Featured image: Chaffee County Administration Building. AVV file photo.