Local government meetings in Grand County
There are several local government meetings this week in Grand County.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold a Workshop/Special Meeting at 5 p.m. on Monday August 8, 2016 in the Grand Lake Town Hall. To start the Workshop the Board will hear from delegations representing the Pew Charitable Trust, the Grand Lake Fireworks Committee and Grand Environmental Services. The Board will also discuss possible adoption of a resolution adopting the Colorado Municipal Record Retention Schedule; consider granting variances for a pair of municipal codes related to drivers and emergency access requirements and boardwalks, sidewalks and community greenways; and consider adoption of an ordinance amending Grand Lake Town Codes as they relate to the mandatory requirement for boardwalks in specific parts of Town.
During the Regular Board of Trustees Meeting for the Grand Lake Board of Trustees, held in the Grand Lake Town Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday August 8; the Board will consider taking formal action on all of the above listed items as well as consider a Special Event Liquor Permit application from the Mountain Family Center for their event titled, “Loaves & Fishes”.
The Granby Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting beginning at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday August 9, 2016 at Granby Town Hall. The meeting will begin with a scheduled one-hour executive session for the discussion on the Town Manager’s position. The meeting is scheduled to reopen in public session beginning at 6:30 p.m. with unscheduled public comments.
The Board of Trustees is scheduled to hear a presentation on the Bark Park from Mary Ann Kersteins with Grand County Pet Pals and Grand County Animal Control. The Board is scheduled to appoint Elaine Henrekin.
A second public hearing on the Conditional Use Permit regarding Hours of Operation for E.H. International LLC’s Reclamation Ridge gravel pit will also be held Tuesday night. The Board of Trustees will also discuss the Arlberg Club’s Deed of Perpetual Nonexclusive Easement on the Shorefox property.
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