Month: May 2019

RMR to sue Garfield County

Rocky Mountain Resources has elected to sue Garfield County instead of bringing their operation into compliance with the permit or asking the Garfield County BOCC to amend the permit.  RMR claims that Garfield County doesn’t have any rights to protect the citizens from harmful mining operations.  As stated in the Post Independent article, RMR QUARRY OWNERS…
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‘Lack of response’ from BLM regarding quarry’s alleged violations prompts letter, Glenwood reps’ visit to Washington, D.C.

Matthew Bennett – https://www.postindependent.com/news/following-lack-of-response-from-blm-regarding-quarrys-alleged-ongoing-violations-glenwood-officials-mine-for-help-in-washington-d-c/ mabennett@postindependent.com A recent letter from the city of Glenwood Springs to officials in the nation’s capital — followed by a personal visit — concerning Rocky Mountain Resources’ operations at the Transfer Trail limestone quarry does not mince words. The two-page letter sent to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), in addition…
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GSCA Awarded Grant by Aspen Ski Co.

Glenwood Springs Citizens’ Alliance is pleased to announce that Aspen Ski Company’s Environment Foundation has awarded GSCA a grant to further our educational and awareness outreach.  They recognize the importance of the mine expansion issue within the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond.  Glenwood Springs Citizen’s Alliance is proud to be a part of their Public…
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