Thanks for high water forum |

Thanks for high water forum

Troy Wineland, Blue River Watershed Group board member

On behalf of the Blue River Watershed Group, I would like to thank the organizers, participants and sponsors of “High Water Potential in Summit County: Forecasts and Resources.”This forum held Thursday provided timely and valuable information regarding high water preparedness for the upcoming runoff season.Did you miss this significant event? Not to worry! SCTV filmed the proceedings for broadcast in the coming weeks.Thank you and due praise to the following agencies that collaborated in making this event a success: Blue River watershed Group, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Colorado Division of Emergency Management, Colorado Water Conservation Board, Community and Senior Center, KYSL, Krystal 93, Lake Dillon Fire and Rescue, Mile High Chapter of American Red Cross, The Ranch at Keystone, Summit County Government (and departments therein), Summit Daily News, and the towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne.Compliments and acclaim to our distinguished speakers: Joel Cochran (CDEM), Sgt. Jonathan Comyn (Summit County Emergency Manager), Kevin Houck (CWCB), Scott Hummer (Water Commissioner), Chief Dave Parmley (LDFR) and Rick Speers (Summit County Road and Bridge).Sincere gratitude to the sponsors: Raft Masters (rafting trip for two), Summit County Government (print advertisements), and The Wiese Agency of American Family Insurance in Frisco (print advertisements, food and beverage, and dinner certificates).

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