- Put conservation more firmly in the system; make it flexible, but firm;
- Prioritize projects identified as needed to close the water gap and expedite the state’s permitting process;
- Use incentives for green land use planning and building; and
- Incentives using water we have already: recycled, rain and grey water.
See The Colorado Independent: Waiting for Chapter 10: What’s the plan in the state water plan?
Denver Post Moves Digital to Top Position and Print as the Past
In a document offered as a guide to employees, Greg Moore of the Denver Post has described the
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Describing the new working groups and the skill sets that will have to be developed is the work of a Pulitzer Prize itself. It’s hard to imagine the region without a “paper,” but we are headed toward a “platform.” Hopefully, it can provide all the community benefits we have received from 150 years of great newspapers. We were diminished as a community by the loss of the Rocky Mountain News, a diminished and hard to find Post will be an even greater loss.
See Jim Romenesko blog: Memo: It’s time for Denver Post 4.0