15 years ago, residents and visitors to Telluride raised $50 million to purchase 570 acres of land on the west end of town for use as open space.
Recent Stories by Julia Caulfield
Soaring housing prices can make finding homes in Western mountain towns difficult. So, this winter, Telluride, Colorado, is trying something new.
Mining has been an economic driver in Southwest Colorado since the late 1800s. But when a local mine and power plant closed in 2017, a number of communities were forced to reimagine.
A successful citizen’s initiative ballot measure is raising money for Telluride, Colorado, to offset building and maintenance costs of affordable housing projects.
And those lawsuits have impacts even before they reach the courts.