Local government meetings in Grand County
Local governments in Grand County will hold several meetings this week, August 22 through August 26.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold an Workshop meeting beginning at 5 p.m. on Monday August 22. During the Workshop the Board will hear a presentation on the town Streetscape Plan from Tom Weydert. The Board will also hear a Boardwalk Inspection Report.
Board items for discussion include: consideration of a special event permit for Grand Lake US Constitution Week, consideration of a resolution supporting the National Park System, consider forgiveness of the water overage paid by the Grandview Villas HOA, consideration to vacate a portion of Ellsworth Street right of way, consider a resolution establishing the Boardwalk Fee in Lieu for Mandatory Boardwalks, consider letters of engagement from Bond Attorneys Alan Matlosz of George K. Baum and Dee Wisor Bond Attorney Butler Snow LLP, and consideration of an emergency ordinance increasing Grand Lake’s sales and use tax rate from four percent to five percent.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will also hold a Regular Meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday night Aug. 22. During the Regular Meeting the Board will hear three presentations: Stephanie Ralph will discuss the Grand County Library District, Tom Ludwig will review a Boat Slip Lease and Jon T. Hall, who is the Marina Director, will give a presentation.
Under the Board’s Local Liquor Licensing Authority the Trustees will consider a special event liquor permit application and special event permit for the Grand Lake U.S. Constitution Week event.
The Board will also consider adoption of a resolution supporting the National Park System, consider a special event permit for the Grand Lake Fireworks Organization’s planned fireworks display for Constitution Week, consider forgiveness of water overages paid by the Grandview Villas HOA, consider vacating a portion of a right of way on Ellsworth Street, consider a resolution establishing the Boardwalk Fee in Lieu for Mandatory Boardwalks, consider letters of engagement from Bond Attorneys Alan Matlosz of George K. Baum and Dee Wisor Bond Attorney Butler Snow LLP, and consider an emergency ordinance increasing Grand Lake’s sales and use tax rate from four percent to five percent.
The Granby Board of Trustees will also be busy this week with a Board Meeting beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday August 23. The Granby Board will hear a citizen request for discussion with the Board regarding clean up of a Town owned right of way. The Board will also hold a Public Hearing for a supplemental appropriation to the Granby Town Budget, discuss and possibly approve an invoice for $13,545 in General Fund expenses, discuss the Town Façade, Paint & Sign Grant Committee, review a Design Committee proposal for a flashing crosswalk on Agate Ave. and discuss and possibly approve Mayor Chavoustie to approve trail system bids.
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