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The Colorado City Metropolitan District has received a notice of violation regarding maximum contamnant level for haloacetic acids (HAA5) and for total trihalomethanes (TTHM) for the third quarter of 2017 from the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Both violations require tier 2 public notifications on or before October 6, 2017, and certification of the notification within ten calendar days of the notification.

Manager David Valdez informed the board of the notice of violation at the regularly scheduled meeting on September 12, 2017, held at the Colorado City Metropolitan Offices.

The manager and board continue to struggle with filling five vacant positions on the Colorado City Architectural Control Committee. Manager Valdez informed the board that he has received two letters of interest accompanied by requisite resumes. I have spoken to a number of potential applicants but timing, committee requirements, and sometimes politics seem to get in the way, said Valdez. Valdez informed the board he would schedule a special meeting to allow the board to interview potential candidates within the next couple of weeks.

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