State taps brakes on sewer plan


Official warns about cost to ratepayers

State water quality officials this week placed a series of hurdles in front of the city of Ouray as it seeks funding to build a new sewer treatment system. In a letter sent to City Administrator Justin Perry on Monday, Erick Worker, project manager for the grants and loans unit within the state Water Quality Control Division, laid out a number of concerns and a host of tasks the city must…

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