After weathering the worst of the housing bubble burst, Colorado’s housing market is on the mend. But in pockets of the state there’s an entirely different problem that’s been afflicting individual homeowners and home values.
The town of Leadville has a growing problem. A 100-foot deep sinkhole has shut down traffic between the city and the Vail valley where many residents commute to work every day. But this is more than your average sinkhole.
Cell phones are everywhere but cell service is another story especially on the road. Whatever one thinks about driving and cell phone use, there is no service along a 12 mile stretch of I-70 in the Glenwood Canyon.