Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Forest Service Suspends “Village” EIS Process Project on Hold Yet Again

Holding true to its promise to the public, the U.S. Forest Service yesterday officially suspended the Village at Wolf Creek Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process. The agency had not received an updated development plan from the developer Red McCombs, and determined it was appropriate to simply shelve the EIS process Read more…

Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Friends of Wolf Creek Win Reconsideration of the “Village” at Wolf Creek

The Friends of Wolf Creek celebrated a monumental victory on February 19, 2008. Culminating 16 months of legal wrangling, the U.S. Forest Service and developer Red McCombs agreed to go back to the drawing board and complete a fair and unbiased Environmental Impact Statement for the controversial development proposed at Read more…

Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Forest Service Denies Citizens Appeal

On Tuesday, May 30th, Colorado Wild and two other organizations representing thousands of citizens throughout Colorado and the nation challenged the Forest Service’s April 3rd approval of two access roads for Texas Developer Red McCombs to build his “Village” at Wolf Creek Ski Area. Our Administrative Appeal alleged that the Read more…

Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Mineral County Conceals Collusion with Wolf Creek Developer

With renewed national attention focusing on government transparency and illegal political influence, Colorado finds itself at the center of an emerging scandal that runs from local government all the way to Washington, DC. Although Colorado Wild has been uncovering evidence of collusion between Wolf Creek developer Red McCombs and US Read more…

Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Congressman Salazar Joins the Opposition

In a Nov. 23 statement, Congressman John Salazar stated that a project the size and scope of the Village at Wolf Creek “cannot continue”. Salazar stated that “At the end of the day, I just don’t see how a project of this scope and size can continue. I’ve taken the Read more…

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