Colorado Flood

6:10pm

Thu February 13, 2014
Colorado Flood

FEMA Responds To Evans Mobile Home Clean Up Request

Piles of trash and debris outside an abandoned mobile home in the Eastwood Village mobile home park in Evans.
Nathan Heffel KUNC

On the heels of a plea to the Federal Emergency Management Agency by the city of Evans for funds to clean up two flood damaged mobile home parks; a statement from the agency outlines millions of dollars in past assistance to the city, but does not pledge additional funds.

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7:01am

Wed February 12, 2014
Colorado Flood

Flooded Mobile Homes Languish As Evans Struggles For Clean Up Funding

County inspectors entered Eastwood Village, Jan. 30, 2014 and found trash and household hazardous waste throughout the neighborhood.
Weld County

There are 208 private mobile homes in Evans seemingly frozen in time. Ravaged by the September flood and now abandoned, the city was counting on Federal Emergency Management Agency money for clean up. The agency turned down that request in a letter sent in November.

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3:33pm

Tue February 11, 2014
Environment

EPA Chief Visits Fort Collins For Environmental Roundtable

John Stokes, director of the Fort Collins Natural Areas Department, discusses Poudre River projects with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and Fort Collins Mayor Karen Weitkunat.
Grace Hood KUNC

Climate change and how local governments can respond to it was front and center during a visit to Fort Collins Feb. 11 by White House officials and the Head of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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9:51am

Tue January 14, 2014
Environment

CSU Study Brings Science To Solve South Platte River Problems

Outline of the S. Platte Alluvial Aquifers in Northeast Colorado Showing Division 1 Water Districts 2, 1, and 64.
"HB12‐1278 Study of the South Platte River Alluvial Aquifer" Colorado Water Institute

Colorado’s drought problems may have faded into recent memory. Heated debates over water have not. Along the South Platte, irrigation well owners are hoping a long-awaited study will help them gain more access to their water.

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7:57am

Thu December 26, 2013
Colorado Flood

Colorado Floods Prompt Lawmakers To Cut Red Tape

Members of the Colorado Air National Guard's 240th Civil Engineering Flight use a tape measure to measure the size of damage to a bridge affected by floodwaters in Loveland, Colo., Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013.
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jon Soucy

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