Colette Erickson

Colette Erickson 1 month, 2 weeks ago on Juniper Hot Springs targeted by vandalism, future development plans uncertain

LOVE THOSE SPRINGS. So sorry that jerks have to be jerks, and create problems for all the rest of us, who enjoy the springs, Hoping that they can remain open. They are a true resource and amenity for this area.


Colette Erickson 3 months ago on Does Craig need more space for conferences, weddings, special events?

It would be a shame to lose either the Barn or the Depot. Both are interesting structures, with ties to the history of Craig and Northwest Colorado.


Colette Erickson 3 months, 3 weeks ago on New building to host Ager Enterprises in Craig

"Ager had considered renting or buying property in Craig, but found “all the buildings that I looked at where old and not set-up for what I needed and they wanted a lot of money for them. Rent is out of control,” Ager said."

Apparently, the owners of these properties aren't interested in encouraging new business to come to Craig.................


Colette Erickson 5 months ago on Fire destroys Craig couple's home

Is anyone collecting clothing, toiletries, etc.? Would the paper provide info on any relief efforts, please?


Colette Erickson 5 months, 3 weeks ago on Luttrell Barn committee in Craig asks for time to raise funds

1)      Contact Colorado Preservation League – they may have some suggestions or be able to provide some guidance to your process. 2)      Apply to the State Historical Fund (through the Colorado Historical Society – the funds are derived from gambling dollars) for funding for a historical structure assessment (no match required) which will provide information on what needs to happen to preserve the building. 3)      Nominate the building to a historical register – this makes it eligible for State Historical Fund grant funding for renovation/repair 4)      Apply for a State Historical Fund grant for renovation/repair – project would be 70-75% grant to 25-30% matching. 5)      You could also apply to the Department of Local Affairs Energy Impact Fund for dollars to repair as a community meeting center.  This is not as good of an option as the county likely has other projects that are a higher priority for the energy impact fund.