Purgatoire water district accused of violating open meetings law

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From The Trinidad Times Independent: “Legality and procedure were called into question at the March 5 meeting of the Purgatoire River Water Conservancy District when board member Liz Aragon accused the board of violating Colorado’s open meetings laws by taking action on an item not specifically listed on the meeting’s agenda. The item in question concerned the district’s board desiring to inform its attorney that it wished to opposed to a plan contained in the City of Trinidad’s water transfer application O9-CW11. The application was described by the district’s general manager, Jeris Danielson, as, ‘An application to conduct exchanges from Trinidad Reservoir up to North Lake and to Monument (Lake).'”

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