As many people in the hardest hit areas try to begin their lives over they are inundated with obstacles. It has been days since LaSalle residents got the news that they were not to use their sewage system. They were instructed not to flush the toilet or take a shower. News out today shines light on the No Flush Order, there is an end in sight.
A bottled water notification for 73 City of Loveland water customers in a small area west of West Ridge Drive and U.S. Highway 34 has been issued, alerting residents that they should not drink or use in any form water from their faucets due to damage to portions of transmission lines from the water treatment plant that serve their homes.
See this guy? He's not Superman. He's Michal Navratil of the Czech Republic and this cat has more bollas than anyone I know. Well, everyone who competes in Cliff Diving gets my respect. But this guy...who cool is he?
Greeley has released their Consumer Confidence Report .It is an annual summary of the quality of drinking water treated and distributed by the City of Greeley. This is a report of drinking water testing conducted in 2012.
As I watched that 15 inches of snow pile up last week, the only thing that kept me sane was the knowledge that all this moisture must be helping the drought. While experts confirm that's true, we're still going to have water restrictions this Summer.
I've said it before and I will say it again; it's only a matter of time before someone wants to sell the air we breath. Although we may not be that close, there is one CEO who thinks Water is not a public resource, anymore.
Guess what? If you live in Fort Collins, you'll could face water restrictions as early as April 1st, 2013. At least that's the news from the Coloradoan. Those water restrictions could be more severe than usual.
I was reading a story this morning about Garrett McNamara breaking another world surfing record on a MONSTER wave in Portugal and wondered if it's bravery, stupidity or a little bit of both. How brave are you?
The City of Fort Collins Utilities wants residents to know it’s taking steps to make sure the cities drinking water is not affected by the High Park Fire. Fort Collins’ drinking water quality has not been affected by recent fires. Officials can expect Fort Collins’ water quality to remain at an expected high level.
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