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Las Animas County Administrator ...
www.trinidadco.com, 25 Oct 2011 [cached]
Las Animas County Administrator William Cordova resigned abruptly last week.
County officials said yesterday that Cordova did not give a reason for his resignation but simply sent an email saying he was resigning effective immediately.
Cordova became the county administrator in 2002.
Prior to that he was Trinidadâ€™s city manager.
Plans to replace Cordova are still in the early stages.
Las Animas County Commissioner Mack Louden said that Cordova did his job well.
Trinidad-area crews struggle with winds - 4 Jun 2002 - Denver Post
www.ehcitizens.org, 4 June 2002 [cached]
"We're going to see a lot of rippling effects of all of this," said Bill Cordova, Las Animas County's administrator and emergency manager.
By Archembault's reckoning, the checks ...
colfaxdemocrats.com, 22 May 2007 [cached]
By Archembault's reckoning, the checks should have been received by Las Animas County Administrator Bill Cordova, who is also emergency manager for the county, this past Thursday.
Cordova answered a reporter's inquiries about the monies on that day with a reply that he would have more information the following Tuesday.
"Clearly we are concerned," said ...
journeyoftheforsaken.com, 31 July 2008 [cached]
"Clearly we are concerned," said Bill Cordova, county administrator.
In a unanimous vote, the county ...
news.smalltownpapers.com, 18 May 2007 [cached]
In a unanimous vote, the county commission decided to accept the resolution prepared by County Administrator Bill Cordova.Through this Las Animas County will, as Cordova put it, "be an active participant in a planning process that will be taking place over the next couple of years, contemplating the development of a plan for a rail passenger service along the Front Range of Colorado."
Being only the first tentative step of a journey of many years and many more resolutions, the county is now part of an organization involved in an attempt to build 1,200 miles of track at a cost of $2 million per mile.For the study of the feasibility of this project, however, Cordova
said that there would be no financial obligation placed upon the county commission, nor would the RMRA
have the power to levy taxes.
"(The RMRA) has already secured action funds necessary to secure grants from the federal department of transportation," said Cordova
"The contemplation of this Authority is to then take acquisition and/or control of the rail system of Trinidad to points north," said Cordova
...When questioned by Commissioner Kenneth Torres if there would be any actual stops for the rail service in Trinidad, Cordova insisted that would be part of the study during the next two years "through the rail commuter grants we will be acquiring from the Federal Department of Transportation."