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Taylor Hawes, co-director of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments’ Water Quality

and Quantity Committee, was misquoted in a story Saturday about water levels in Dillon Reservoir. The substance of her comments was that while she agrees with Denver Water that the reservoir will rise this year, in the future, water levels will fluctuate more dramatically than in the past. Her comments about the future stemmed from

information in the Upper Colorado River Study, which predicts water needs in the face of Denver metro area growth.

The Breckenridge Music Festival’s Web site is, not “.net,” as previously reported.

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