Coronavirus in Colorado: Activists want controversial reservoir’s public meetings postponed

CBS4 (Denver): Plans for damming a section of the Poudre River northwest of Fort Collins to create a reservoir advanced another step Wednesday with Larimer County’s approval of a permit application.

But those who oppose the project claim they will have little opportunity to voice their complaints.

To neither side’s apparent satisfaction, two hearings for collecting public input have been tentatively scheduled for early May and early June.

Colorado is presently under a Stay At Home order put in place Wednesday by Governor Jared Polis. The order mandates that citizens maintain six feet of separation from one another in public.

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