Rio Blanco estimates the permitting will take three to five years at a cost of $6 to $10 million.
• Aspen’s paid occupancy rate reached 69.3% in September, surpassing the former record of 65.3% in September 2017. • The Roaring Fork River ran at 37.4 cfs on Oct. 17 at Stillwater, up from 32.6 cfs last year.Keep reading
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A coalition is pushing land managers to deal with the methane leaks by authorizing a project to capture the methane and either use it somehow or destroy it. To do that, they’ll have to surmount a host of bureaucratic challenges.
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