Local government meetings in Grand County
There are several local government meetings in Grand County this week.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold an Afternoon Workshop beginning at 5 p.m. on Monday June 27 in the Grand Lake Community House located in Town Square Park. Topics for discussion include a Code Administrator’s Status Report, a Cemetery update, consideration of a Special Use Permit for a Community Chicken Dinner to be hosted by the Grand Lake Area Historical Society.
Board Workshops are held prior to regular Board meetings for discussion purposes. Formal votes on action items are conducted during regular Board meetings.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold a regular Board meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday night June 27 in the Town Hall Board Room located in Grand Lake Town Hall, 1026 Park Avenue in Grand Lake. The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hear presentations and updates from the Grand County Board of County Commissioners and Rocky Mountain National Park.
The Board will consider special events liquor permits for two Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce events: First Saturdays and Buffalo BBQ. The Board will also consider taking action on the Community Chicken Dinner special use permit for the Grand Lake Area Historical Society.
The Town of Granby will hold a Board of Trustees Regular Meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday night June 29 in the Board Room in Granby Town Hall, located at Zero Jasper Avenue in Granby. Normally the Granby Board of Trustees holds regular meetings on Tuesday night. This week’s Board meeting was scheduled for Wednesday night because of the Colorado State Primary Election, which will be held on Tuesday June 28.
The town of Winter Park will hold a Planning Commission Meeting 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28 at the Winter Park Town Meeting Hall.
The Fraser Valley Rec District will hold a meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the Grand Park Community Rec Center.
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