State parks, water diversion mitigation on agenda for wildlife commission meeting

As part of its plan to guarantee a source of water for its constituents, Denver Water is proposing to enlarge Gross Reservoir in Boulder County from its current storage capacity of 41,811 acre-feet to approximately 114,000 acre-feet.



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As part of its plan to guarantee a source of water for its constituents, Denver Water is proposing to enlarge Gross Reservoir in Boulder County from its current storage capacity of 41,811 acre-feet to approximately 114,000 acre-feet.

Converting four state parks into state wildlife areas is among the topics facing the Colorado Wildlife Commission at its meeting Thursday in Denver. The meeting is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to…




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