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International TravelYou should arrive at the airport two hours before your scheduled departure time.
The City of Durango has adopted the Colorado Model Municipal Records Retention Schedule (Resolution R-2007-0025 adopted by City Council on 6/19/2007). This schedule, which is available for you to search and use online, describes how long the various types of City records must be kept. The URL is https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/archives/municipal-records-retention-manual and for your benefit a single searchable 162-page PDF file of the same is located here on the City’s website.
You may enjoy looking through the biographical walking tour and its accompanying map and index, which we have prepared in association with the documentation of (and appreciation for) the burials at this beautiful cemetery. You can view it and download it from the City's online public records portal; scroll down a bit to see the dropdown search box for Search Type, select Histories - INDEXED SEARCH from the menu items, and do a search (with the asterisks) for *Greenmount* in the Subject field.
The City's online GIS (Geographic Information Systems) headstones data (accessed at the GIS viewer on the City's website) may also be interesting to you. The last page of the 20-page walking tour explains how to zero in on plots and/or names in Greenmount Cemetery, and includes photos of headstones.
The tour booklet and its map/index one-sheet insert are also available for free on the rack inside the lobby of City Hall, but are not mailed out.
If you have a particular question regarding the City's records pertaining to a particular personal name and/or plot location at Greenmount, feel free to email the Records Manager,
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Another option is to donate your old recycling bin to the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center. The Environmental Center will use the old recycling bins to encourage recycling in the residence halls.