by Larry Calloway
It would be a noisy Space Age intrusion in one of Colorado’s last pure Old West landscapes, and more industrialization would follow it into the northern San Luis Valley.
Except for a couple of protestors yelling about jobs, most of the estimated 150 people in the packed crowd of Saguache County ranchers, retirees and quiescent Crestonians raised their voices against it.
The applicants antagonized them with a trust-us-now, ask-questions-later attitude. Their scientific experts failed to prove they had spent much time, if any, at the site. Aware they will have to make a decision in a few weeks, the Saguache County Commission sat in silence except for the chairman’s angry attempts to hurry things along.
The Dec. 6 hearing in the county court house on the application by Tessera Solar North America was …
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