Commissioners OK $2.64 million ranch land purchase- Flume

30 Dec 2010 15:01 - 04 Jan 2011 13:41 #1 by Flume editor
Park County commissioners approved on Dec. 22 the $2.64 million purchase contract for a large portion of Tarryall Creek Ranch, to close on Dec. 30. The Colorado Division of Wildlife is providing a grant to pay for $2.14 million of that. The other $500,000 is coming from the County Land and Trust Fund, which gets its money from a 1 percent sales tax in Park County. Details in this week's Flume.

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01 Jan 2011 21:21 #2 by AV8OR
So, where is the other half million coming from?

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02 Jan 2011 13:35 #3 by chocolove
Ok, I am confused or maybe I am reading something wrong but the purchase contract is for 2.64 million and the DOW is going to provide a grant to pay for 21.4 million of it?

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03 Jan 2011 10:09 #4 by Nobody that matters

chocolove wrote: Ok, I am confused or maybe I am reading something wrong but the purchase contract is for 2.64 million and the DOW is going to provide a grant to pay for 21.4 million of it?


The purchase contract is being expressed in real dollars. The DOW is providing federal dollars. Federal dollars are the ones that any federal agency uses where they have to spend $9 to decide where to spend $1.


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