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Editorial: Wolf Creek

Posted by Chris Talbot-Heindl - February 1, 2016 - Newsroom, In the News
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Latest FOIA fight marks another chapter in a generation-long battle The Durango Herald, 2/1/2016 For a second time, a federal court has ordered the U.S. Forest Service to produce a broader range of documents concerning the proposed Village at Wolf Creek. And if Forest Service officials are smart they will fully comply. Revealing whatever might […]

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Federal judge orders Forest Service to turn over more documents related to controversial Wolf Creek development

Posted by Chris Talbot-Heindl - January 31, 2016 - Newsroom, In the News
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Agency may be lagging in turning over documents requested under Freedom of Information Act By: Bob Berwyn Summit County Voice, 1/30/16 The U.S. Forest Service must try to dig up more documents related to the controversial Wolf Creek Village development proposal, a federal judge ruled this week. U.S. District Court Judge William Martinez ordered the […]

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Judge: Forest Service must provide more Wolf Creek documents

Posted by Chris Talbot-Heindl - January 29, 2016 - Newsroom, In the News
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By: Ann Butler The Durango Herald, 1/29/16 The saga of the proposed Village at Wolf Creek took another turn Friday as a federal judge ordered the Forest Service to expand the scope of documents it must provide in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by environmental groups. “The court sees no reason to […]

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