Limits on noise, hours weigh on Durango Hot Springs

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Limits on noise, hours weigh on Durango Hot Springs

Owners say onerous conditions for county permit could crush business
Bryan Yearout, co-owner of Durango Hot Springs, formerly Trimble Hot Springs, says a noise limit and a requirement that would force the hot spring to close at 9 p.m., both of which are conditions of approval of their La Plata County land-use permit, harm their ability to operate a viable business.

Limits on noise, hours weigh on Durango Hot Springs

Bryan Yearout, co-owner of Durango Hot Springs, formerly Trimble Hot Springs, says a noise limit and a requirement that would force the hot spring to close at 9 p.m., both of which are conditions of approval of their La Plata County land-use permit, harm their ability to operate a viable business.
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