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Tag Archives: Colorado Citizens Against Toxic Waste

Flooding at Cotter Superfund site spurs renewed criticism of lagging cleanup

When rainstorms sent a surge of muddy debris down Sand Creek late this summer, people living near the defunct Cotter Uranium Mill were thinking, “Here we go again!”...

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September 30, 2014 Environment/Energy, In-Depth
Judge denies state, Cotter Corp. motion to dismiss CCAT lawsuit

Judge denies state, Cotter Corp. motion to dismiss CCAT lawsuit

Environmental groups battling to get the Cotter Mill uranium processing facility near Cañon City properly cleaned up applauded a decision late last week by a district court judge in Denver that allows their lawsuit to go forward....

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June 8, 2011 Environment/Energy, Politics, Top Stories

Groups say EPA poised to approve uranium mill using outdated radon regulations

Colorado conservation groups battling a proposed uranium mill in far western Colorado have asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to hold off on approving the project until the federal agency updates its antiquated air quality regulations for radon emissions. ...

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May 5, 2011 Center Well, Environment/Energy, Health, Politics
Group claims state broke new law with Cotter uranium cleanup deal

Group claims state broke new law with Cotter uranium cleanup deal

The grassroots citizen’s activist group Colorado Citizens Against Toxic Waste (CCATW) this week sued state radiation regulators for allegedly violating a new state law mandating […]...

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September 23, 2010 Blog, Civil Rights, Criminal Justice, Environment/Energy, Politics

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The Home Front: Longmont coughs up $200,000 for ‘warrantless police dog searches’ at a subsidized apartment

“Longmont on Tuesday announced that it has agreed to pay $210,000 to four tenants of The Suites and their ACLU attorneys as part of a […]

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