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The SJWCD board borrowed million from the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) to help build the Dry Gulch Reservoir.Actually, it was a million CWCB grant, but it will have to be paid back — with interest — in 2024, if the Dry Gulch Reservoir is not built.

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Their “old” partner — back when the project appeared to be barely surviving on life support — was the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD).

PAWSD still owns a 90 percent interest in the Running Iron Ranch, site of the proposed $350 million reservoir...

The SJWCD does not want to pay back the $1 million grant; that much is abundantly clear. how many additional millions of dollars in taxpayer revenues?

Once upon a time, that reservoir project had occupied center stage on their “Projects” page.

Dry Gulch, meanwhile, still provides the core content of the SJWCD website.

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