Longmont: Windy Gap Funding Survey

On August 9 the City Council decided to survey 3,0000 citizens to ask how the City should pay for Longmont’s share of Windy Gap water. There are multiple options available from paying cash to bonding. Each has its own set of pros and cons. The bonding option would be more expensive and requires a publicContinue reading “Longmont: Windy Gap Funding Survey”

Northern Colorado’s Windy Gap Moving Forward

The Grand County Board of County Commissioners approved a permit and related agreements for the Windy Gap Firming Project this month. Windy Gap will bring additional water to 13 local municipalities/water districts, including Greeley, Evans, Lafayette, Longmont, Loveland, Louisville, Little Thompson Water District, Superior, Erie and the Little Thompson Water District. The commissioners approved theContinue reading “Northern Colorado’s Windy Gap Moving Forward”