Kremmling urges citizens to contact town before plowing in right of way
Grand County, Colorado
Kremmling, Colorado, residents who plan to shovel the right of way themselves are encouraged to contact the Public Works Department or Kremmling Police for instructions, said Police Chief Scott Spade.
The reason is because snow piles up on street corners, near stop signs, and covers fire hydrants.
“The issue we’re running into is that virtually everyone in town has a plow of some sort, and they take it upon themselves to actually plow the right of way,” Spade said. “The vast majority of any of the issues we’re (running) into is where other people are plowing the town’s right of way to provide themselves parking.”
However, they are working with those individuals, and correcting where they put their snow.
“Between the Police Department and Public Works, we’ve worked on removing vehicles and getting as much of the right of way done as possible,” Spade said. “Feel free to contact the Police Department or the Public Works, and say, ‘I’d like to plow my right of way, where should I put it?’ It’s a given it’s going to happen. People are going to plow those rights of way. So it’s much better that we give them a place to put it … So that it’s less work for the public works to take care of it.”
The Police Department can be reached at 724-3318 or Public Works at 724-3249.
Kremmling board approves Our Family Kitchen Liquor License
The Kremmling Board of Trustees unanimously approved the liquor license renewal for Our Family Kitchen on Monday.
All documents were in order, all fees were paid, and the Kremmling Police report showed no reason for denial, according to town documents.
The business is located at 104 N. 6th Street.
Sparkle and Shine winners
The Kremmling Chamber of Commerce recently encouraged the Kremmling business community to “sparkle and shine” for the holidays with its “Decorate Downtown” lighting contest.
First Place and $50 was awarded to EZ Insurance Solutions; Kremmling West End Liquor won second place and $30; and third place and $20 was given to Fishin’ Hole. Winners also received LED lights donated by Mountain Parks Electric. The judges gave Honorable Mention to Flowers by Marcia.
The Ebersole family ” Larry, Karen and Dominic ” judged the contest.
Participating Chamber partners donated $190 in “bribes” to West Grand Wishes.
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