Spring run off worries increase

Spring run off worries increase

There are 3 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Mar 3, 2014, titled Spring run off worries increase. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

By David Persons Trail-Gazette Water experts are keeping a cautious eye toward the snow pack that has been building up in the mountains this winter.

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Trained well

United States

#1 Mar 3, 2014
For years landowners living next to streams have been told that they can't touch the streambeds or make any alterations at all without permission from GOD - sorry - from the powers that be - or else they would be fined.

Now those "powers that be" are reminding landowners that they need to clean up their streambeds cooperatively with their neighbors before the next run-off. Talk about wanting it both ways! Want to bet that as soon as this first runoff season passes the rules will once again be "hands off!" ?.
straight shooter

Denver, CO

#2 Mar 3, 2014
Trained well wrote:
For years landowners living next to streams have been told that they can't touch the streambeds or make any alterations at all without permission from GOD - sorry - from the powers that be - or else they would be fined.
Now those "powers that be" are reminding landowners that they need to clean up their streambeds cooperatively with their neighbors before the next run-off. Talk about wanting it both ways! Want to bet that as soon as this first runoff season passes the rules will once again be "hands off!" ?
Are we paying a Town Planner? If so, start having 100 ft setbacks from the streams like we proposed in the 90s and ENFORCE them ( not grant exceptions).
Next time

Estes Park, CO

#3 Mar 4, 2014
...how about some paragraph breaks, Dave? Sheesh.

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