10CW70 ROUTT COUNTY Water Rights
DISTRICT COURT, WATER DIVISION 6, COLORADO
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WATER APPLICATIONS IN WATER DIVISION 6
Pursuant to C.R.S. 37-92-302, you are hereby notified that the following resume(s) are Application(s) and/or Amended Application(s) filed in the office of Water Division 6, during the month of DECEMBER 2010
10CW70 ROUTT COUNTY, Gregory A. Brown, 22455 CR 56, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 email@example.com 970-879-7089. Application for Water Rights (Surface). Name of structure: West Pond (spring, other with pond). Legal Description: NE/4 NW/4, Sec. 23, T8N, R86W, 425 ft. from N and 1,700 ft. from W Sec. Line. Street Address: 22455 CR 56, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487. Alternative Description (UTM): Points not averaged. Northing 4500895n, Easting 330500e, Zone 13. Source: spring on unnamed tributary to Long Gulch, tributary to the Elk River. Date of initiation of appropriation: Oct. 1984. How appropriation was initiated: Surface water for livestock. Date water appliced to beneficial use: Oct. 1984, cleaned and enlarged Oct. 1987. Pond is .15 surface acres with a capacity of .5 A.F. Amount claimed: .1 cfs absolute. A 2″ gasoline powered pump is used to pump water for livestock and to irrigate up to 2 acres of meadow. Use or proposed use: livestock water (in situ or pumped to stock tank). Irrigation of up to 2 acres of meadow. If irrigation, number of acres historically irrigated: 2; proposed to be irrigated: 5. Legal description of acreage. NE/4 NW/4 T8N, R86W, Sec. 23. 5 acres adjacent to pond. If non-irrigation, describe purpose fully: Livestock water @ pond or pumped to stock tank within 300′ of pond. Name and address of owner of land: Same as applicant. Application for Water Rights (Surface). Name of structure: A.J.’s Spring (spring). Legal description: NW/4 NW/4 Sec. 23 T8N, R86W, 350 ft. from N and 1,050 ft. from W Section line. Street Address: 22455 CR 56, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487. Alternative Description (UTM): Points were not averaged. Northing 4500920n, Easting 330302e, Zone 13. Source: spring on unnamed tributary to Long Gulch, tributary to the elk River. Date of appropriation: May 1, 1988. How appropriation was initiated: sheep watering @ surface water. Date water applied to beneficial use: May 1, 1988. Developed Oct. 1987. Water @ surface in seasonal stream channel, water @ 4 ft., water @ 10 ft. Excavated to 10′, installed 15′ culvert, 36yds of 1-1/2″ washed rock, wrapped w/fabric back filled w/clay to 3 ft. above existing ground level, sloping away from culvert. Installed wiring and 1-1/4″ PVC pipe to connect submersible pump to existing ranch water system (domestic and yard hydrants). Use or proposed use: watering of domestic animals (sheep and horses), domestic household use, irrigation of up to 2 acres. Number of acres historically irrigated: 1; proposed to be irrigated: 2. Legal description of acreage: NW/4 NW/4 Sec. 23, T8N, R86W. Map available in Court file. Landowner: same as applicant.
You are hereby notified that you will have until the last day of FEBRUARY, 2011 to file with the Water Court a Verified Statement of Opposition, setting forth facts as to why a certain Application should not be granted or why it should be granted only in part or on certain conditions. A copy of such Statement of Opposition must be served on the Applicant or the Applicant’s Attorney, with an affidavit or certificate of such service being filed with the Water Court, as prescribed by Rule 5, C.R.C.P. The filing fee for the Statement of Opposition is $158.00, and should be sent to the Clerk of the Water Court, Division 6, P.O. Box 773117, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477.
ROUTT COUNTY COMBINED COURT
WATER DIVISION 6
/s/ M. Rene Mattone
By: M. Rene Mattone
Court Judicial Assistant
Published in The Steamboat Pilot & Today
Publication Date: January 23, 2011
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