In Colorado water rights are becoming more valuable than ever before. As population pressure continues to increase so will the demand on Colorado's limited water resources. Many of the water rights owned or used by state agencies are poorly managed, underutilized and not properly protected. The following materials are intended as a general overview to familiarize the reader with basic water law principles and issues. It is hoped that by becoming familiar with the materials presented in this, and other water law seminars, you as attorneys for public agencies, will be able to recognize water rights problems and help your client agencies properly manage their water rights., by William A. Paddock., "March 1986.", "AG Alpha No. LW AG YED." -- Page 37., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2019), AG file no. CNR8601076/2JB
The purpose of this task report is to present the methodology for determining practicably irrigable acreage (PIA) for the Animas & Florida Watersheds. The test for PIA requires that the revenues exceed the cost. The land under consideration when cropped and irrigated must return sufficient net positive income to pay for the costs of providing irrigation water to the farm headgate In order to determine PIA it is necessary to conceptually design an irrigation transmission system to deliver water to the farm headgate for each arable parcel. The annualized cost of the off farm irrigation water transmission system is compared to the net positive income payment capacity of the parcel., Report research sponsored by the State of Colorado Department of Law., "June 1987.", Online resource lacks sheets of maps., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2017), BK-C22-100-04/05
"A Project of Washington Attorney General Christine Gregoire's Presidential Initiative on Our Children in the New Millennium"--Cover., "April 2000.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-75)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This report presents findings and trends concerning payday loans, the practices of the payday lenders, and the consumer borrowers., prepared by staff of the Administrator of the Colorado Uniform Consumer Credit Code., "October 1, 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2019)
This guide provides information on the best practices and evidence-based programs for promoting safety and preventing violence in school settings. The guide is breaking new ground by using lessons learned to identify and promote best practices for school safety. The guide prioritizes the programs and practices shown to be most effective based on research, making it both distinct from and a compliment to other school safety resources in Colorado, prepared by Sarah Goodrum and William Woodward ; in collaboration with the Office of Community Engagement., "December 2018.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2019)
Preventing violence starts with solid systems at both the school and district level. The Manual begins by identifying the systems and policies required by state and federal law to help keep schools safe. Preventative systems range from adopting solid student conduct policies to having a designated threat assessment team., prepared by Cynthia H. Coffman and [7 others], edited by Joe Peters ; presented by Colorado Attorney General., "October 2018.", Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed January 2019)