Fraser Sanitation District accepts two Grand Park developments
Sky-Hi Daily News
Joe Fuqa, superintendent for the Fraser Sanitation District, gave an update to the Fraser Board of Trustees Wednesday night about the Cornerstone and Rendezvous developments.
The district issued final acceptance on the first phase of Old Victory Road and Cozens Meadow, two of Grand Park’s projects. But the district is still working on resolutions for Rendezvous filings, Fuqa added.
All filings are currently preliminary, he said, and there are disagreements between both sides whether particular past items were in fact resolved.
The district is working on resolutions, he said, to get final acceptance.
Fraser Mayor Fran Cook asked Town Manager Jeff Durbin whether the president of Grand Park, Clark Lipscomb, had contacted him with his concerns about the town’s development process. Durbin said he had not heard from Lipscomb and wanted to do more homework on the subject before having a meeting.
At a recent town meeting, Lipscomb had expressed frustration about the town’s development process, which he feels needs to become smoother. Cook had asked Lipscomb to make a list of things he feels needed work, and eventually sit down with the town’s staff to discuss those items. No date for a meeting has been set at this time.
2008 budget adopted
After three budget hearings, six resolutions and tons of paperwork, the 2008 budget for the town of Fraser was approved last night. A more detailed story about next year’s budget will be featured in a future issue of the Sky HI Daily News.
Town to buy animal control vehicle
The board approved $15,000 for the purchase of a used animal control vehicle. Durbin plans to attend an auction this week and make a bid so that Fraser’s new dog catcher will be properly equipped when she starts doggie patrol.
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