Loveland, CCFA: CDOT's brine affecting water quality, electric poles

Loveland, CCFA: CDOT's brine affecting water quality, electric poles was created by ClearCreekCourant

The compounds Colorado Department of Transportation uses on the road before and during snowstorms are believed to be affecting the water quality and electric lines, according to Loveland Ski Area and Clear Creek Fire Authority officials.

During the March 19 county commissioners meeting, Rob Goodell, Loveland’s chief operating officer, said the ski area received a complaint in mid-February that the water at Loveland Valley tasted salty.

Read more here: www.clearcreekcourant.com/content/lovela...ality-electric-poles
By Corinne Westeman
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
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