A Colorado College professor and UCCS professor have spent more than seven years tracking the efforts of the U.S. military to expand the Army base at Fort Carson and the rural resistance against it. Research by UCCS Associate Professor of Geography David Havlick and Colorado College Associate Profes…

Fort Carson - "forgot" to put this meeting in the papers in La Junta or Trinidad. Seems they are putting efforts to getting Fort Carson boosters at the "Community Listening Sessions" they're doing throughout the country to try to keep all the bases and maneuver sites 'intact'.

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Army says no to Representative Cory Gardner's and other agency requests for more comment time on DEIS.....

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Las Animas County Commissioners and Otero County Commissioners as well as Colorado Senator Larry Crowder wrote letters requesting an extension of the comment period and additional public meetings.

Congressman Cory Gardner requests more public meetings.

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Thanks to all that attended the meeting the other night!

A public hearing about expanding the use of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site drew about 100 people to the PCMS building in southeast Colorado, according...

Public Notices - Gazette
PUBLIC MEETING Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site Training and
Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site Training and Operations Environmental Impact Statement

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Good points From Doug:

1. Reschedule the meeting at PCMS
2. Add two addition public meetings
3. Extend the comment period

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As we were writing the story in today's issue about the environmental study of the Pinion Canyon Maneuver Site, we heard from Doug Holdread, who's...

Draft EIS is out...... the public comment meeting, is currently scheduled for 5:00pm on November 20th at Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site.

TRINIDAD—“In 2005, the entire agricultural community in Southeast Colorado faced losing their ranches to an aggressive land grab by the U.S. Army. By combining biological evidence, cultural heritage, intense document research, the political process, and when necessary, legal action, these ranchers s…
The Pinon Canyon Expansion Opposition Coalition (PCEOC) was formed nine years ago to stop the expansion of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site (PCMS). To date, that effort has been successful. The board of directors decided early on that PCEOC needed to be a big tent; there was no room in the expansion b…