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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - May 18, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Falcon student logo selected for festival t c % to big Sandy school staff members retiring see Page 11 see Page 8 500 per copy of 07-10-06 5-digit 80901 ?1p Colorado Springs co 8090i-2999 a Sisr. A a i a overing the pikes Peak Plains Region since 1901 volume no. 107 Issue no. 18 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday May 18, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289smile of the week in a smiling because. A to getting Chris Hudspeth Yoder new briefs ran Ehland news the ran Ehland news is now available at Walgreen in Falcon. Open House there will be an open House for Bob Selle from 4 30-7 ., tuesday May 23, at Calhan school room 522. Come help us say thank you to Bob. Calhan clean up Day the town of Calhan will be having their annual clean up Day on saturday May 20, from 9 a.m.-1 At the town shop at 9th and Colorado. There will be a $5 charge per Load for town residents. Out of town prices will be determined by waste management. Cipr meetings there will be Cipr meetings at 7 ., on thursday May 18 at Ellicott High school and at 7 ., wednesday May 24, at Calhan High school. Mark Gray in concert the Ellicott Baptist Church will be having Mark Gray in concert on May 28, at 6 Of you have any questions or need directions to the Church please Call the Church office at 719 683-2453. Index blast from the past in classifieds 33-37 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the week a a letters to the editor 2,4 Little bits 16 obituaries 13 Public notices 28-32 school menus 21 school news 20 service directory 38-39 sports 22-26 correspondents Smithson 14 in uniform 19 Edison 19 Hanover 12 Ellicott 15 Yoder 19 Rush 171 Hodgson 15 a the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties if Toni Gibbons ranch land news boy scout Shohn Mccullough Calhan troop 14, and girl scout Sabrina Christie Calhan troop 924, pose with gunners mate Byrel Woolsey left and British sgt. Ron Hanes right after Hanes presented Woolsey a plaque with his regimental Crest in a special ceremony on May 9 at the vow Hall in paso commissioners approve Ellicott projects by John Hill plan. The Elpaso county Board of commissioners also approved the commissioners approved Ellicott specific pud plan for Ellicott town land use applications at the May la Center phase i a request by Ellicott meeting. Springs land company even commissioners approved the Preisser investment Lac and Ellicott Overall pud plan for the Ellicott Springs development Lac to rezone town Center phase i a request by 71.493 acres from the pud planned Ellicott Springs land company unit development District to a More even Preisser investment Lac and specific pud District with a site Ellicott Springs development Lac to specific development plan Ellicott rezone 550.63 acres from the pud town Center phase 1. Planned unit development District the plan includes 240 residential to an Overall pud planned unit lots Parks and open spaces. Development District. The property is generally located the proposal includes residential South of state Highway 94 and West commercial open spaces and school of the existing log Road within the uses. The property is generally located Ellicott Valley planning area South of state Highway 94 and West the application was approved of the existing log Road within the unanimously with conditions and Ellicott Valley planning arca. Notations by the planning commission the application was approved on March 21, 2006. Unanimously with conditions and notations by the planning commission for the chair to sign the development on March 21, 2006. Plan. please see projects for the chair to sign the development Page 105th annual meeting of the Calhan Community development inc. By Toni Gibbons no new taxes yet was the message Given at the annual meeting of the Calhan Community development inc., held in Peyton on May 8. Earlier this year a i paso county Board of commissioners continued on an action to establish a recreation District. The swimming Pool committee later withdrew the application. The swimming Pool project in Calhan is still the main objective of a cd. The swimming Pool committee has recently obtained a mailing permit for 4,000 residents. A promoting the swimming Pool in the Community and making ourselves better known is one of our big goals a said chairman Bob Selle. The committee has raised $48,476 and plans fundraisers this year. The committee also discussed the possibility of inviting developers to participate in the funding of a Public Pool in the Peyton area. A Community ice Cream social is scheduled for 8 ., on Friday May 19, at Calhan school. All donations will go toward the swimming Pool. Representative argues upper Black Squirrel Point by John Hill a representative of the upper Black Squirrel Creek ground water management District argued May 11 that a not one drop of water pumped from eight Wells in the North part of the District will be negotiated to help bail out the Cherokee metropolitan District from a potential water shortage. District Board president Kathy Hare said she is a very pleased that Pueblo water court judge Dennis Maes ruled March 17 to effectively Stop Cherokee from pumping ground water for Export from eight of cherokees 17 Wells in the District. Hare said the District has appealed a recent senior water rights Call and that the Appeal is pending. The resident who filed the Call last week was elected president of the commissioners hear by John Hill a resident who filed petitions to recall the three Elbert county commissioners informed the Board about the recall May to. Commissioner John Metli said resident James Bassett told commissioners that the recall was not about the Diamond Ridge land use application. The group organized after planning Board of directors of the Cherokee metropolitan District she said. A this is a desperate situation a Hare said. If the Call is enforced All water rights holders in the upper Black Squirrel District senior and Junior a will be Cut. Hare invited commissioners to attend upper Black Squirrel Board meetings for the District to become informed of pending issues. Hare said Large senior water rights holders have experienced a loss of about 50 percent because of the Lack of recharge of the ground water aquifer. Hare admitted that the problem was caused both by Export of water please see argues Page 4from recall Petitioner commission hearings to consider the Diamond Ridge application Petitioner sue Hart told the ran Ehland news. Bassett also told commissioners that television consumer advocate Tom Martino had been advised of the recall Effort. Bassett former Parker mayor Gre please see recall Page 4 Kay Christie Limon Leader Overall Winner the Industrial arts held in Limon the Overall Winner was Dustyn arde from Simla. He won with his poker dining table
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