Lawyer had dual role in deal that cost Weld, Adams farmers water rights

Outlet: The Denver Post

July 17, 2011

It was supposed to be a can’t-miss deal. Coming off a devastating drought in 2002, farmers in Adams and Weld counties would get to keep their coveted irrigation water while positioning themselves to someday sell it to cities and developers. But nine years and one contentious legal battle later, hundreds of farmers who own shares in a century-old irrigation company instead face the prospect of dry fields and lost livelihoods..

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