Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Forest Service Releases Access Decision

The Forest Service released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and Access Decision April 3rd, granting the developer two access points across Forest Service Land . The decision is a slap in the face to the public, who spoke out with near unanimity in opposition to the agency granting access. 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

Developer & Mineral County Protest Judge’s Rejection of County Approval

In a major victory for Friends of Wolf Creek, State District Court Judge John Kuenhold on Oct. 13 2005 threw out Mineral County’s approval of the massive Village at Wolf Creek development. Kuenhold ruled that Mineral County’s “decision to abandon a requirement for meaningful year-round access was arbitrary and capricious”, Read more…

Rendering of the Village at Wolf Creek

Impeding Undemocratic Temporary Access Permits

Colorado Wild was also forced to sue the Forest Service for granting temporary access to the inholding in the spring of 2005 without any public notification or process. This lawsuit sought to enjoin the Forest Service from illegally granting any further access to the developer – as it did on Read more…

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