Chaffee County staff and consultants declared BlueTriton Brands to be “in compliance” with the terms of the company’s 1041 permit.
BlueTriton Brands and Colorado Parks and Wildlife have finalized the conservation easement for 118.85 acres of BlueTriton property just north of Browns Canyon National Monument near Nathrop.
U.S. District Judge Regina Rodriguez ruled in favor of Chaffee County in a private property rights lawsuit brought against the County by Dr. Alison Brown in 2019.
Chaffee County Commissioners convened a public hearing Tuesday to review the 2021 Annual Report concerning BlueTriton Brands’ Arrowhead bottled-water operations in Chaffee County.
The Chaffee County Planning Commission directed Planning and Zoning staff to request a meeting with the Board of County Commissioners to address county road issues during its Dec. 7 meeting in Salida.
The Chaffee County Planning Commission continued the Aspire Tours land-use hearing until Jan. 25, 2022, following a tedious evening of deliberations and discussion to arrive at findings of fact for the Aspire application.
Chaffee County Planning Commission will continue the public hearing for the Aspire Tours proposed land-use changes more than a year after the hearing began.
An updated draft of the proposed BlueTriton Brands 1041 permit includes $30,000 for “development and implementation” of a comprehensive county sustainability plan. Once fully approved, the permit would allow BlueTriton to continue using Ruby Mountain Springs groundwater for its Arrowhead bottled water operations.
In Tuesday’s ongoing deliberations about the BlueTriton Brands 1041 permit, Chaffee County Commissioner Keith Baker expressed his opposition to granting a permit that would allow the company to continue using Chaffee County spring water for its bottled-water operation.
The draft Chaffee Recreation Plan is now available for public feedback.
Chaffee County Commissioners heard a final round of public comments during the latest episode in the BlueTriton Brands 1041 permit saga Tuesday in Salida.
The March 31 purchase of Nestlé Waters North America by an investment partnership and subsequent name change to BlueTriton Brands has raised numerous questions related to the ongoing 1041 permitting process.