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Gross Dam Moffat Public Meeting Fall 2015 Coal Creek Canyon

Date: Sunday, October 11, 2015
Time: 6pm
Location: Coal Creek Canyon Community Center (CCCIA, 31528 Highway 72, Golden, CO 80403)

The Environmental Group (TEG) will hold a public forum/meeting to bring everyone up to date on:

  • Denver Water's public relations efforts,
  • the legal action TEG is taking to stop the expansion project,
  • our collaborations with other organizations,
  • the status of Boulder County's stance and their options,
  • the success of our recent fundraising efforts,
  • and what you can do to help kill the project.

As has been thier strategy since 2003, Denver Water would like to have everyone believe that this project is a "done deal", that it is "going to happen".  But nothing could be further from the truth. Denver Water still has yet to be approved for a single one of the multiple County, State, and Federal permits required for the project, and the coalition of organizations combining resources to stop the project in court has grown in size and dedication every year. Currently, we are preparing to challenge the release of the first permit decision (a federal one: Clean Water Act 404) anticipated for this fall.

Our Citizens for Sustainable Water Management (CSWM) project has been underway for more than 3 years working on this, and we're currently collaborating with the non-profit Save the Colorado to take direct legal action to stop Moffat/Gross via our Boulder County & Colorado River Legal Defense Fund.

Here you can see an Overview of Moffat/Gross and the Top 10 Fatal Flaws with Moffat/Gross.

 

Presenting Organizations:

logo-theenvironmentalgroupThe Environmental Group of Colorado (TEG) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to actively deal with current and future environmental issues that affect our community and that of the world around us.

logo-savethecoloradoSave The Colorado’s mission is to protect and restore the Colorado River and its tributaries from the source to the sea. Save The Colorado focuses on fighting irresponsible water projects, supporting alternatives to proposed dams and diversions, fighting and adapting to climate change, supporting river and fish species restoration, and removing deadbeat dams. Save The Colorado has thousands of supporters throughout the Southwest U.S. from Denver to Los Angeles and beyond.

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Boulder County & Colorado River Legal Defense Fund
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