Local government meetings in Grand County
There are several local government meetings in Grand County this week, Oct. 10 through Oct. 14, 2016.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold both a Board Workshop and a Regular Meeting Monday night Oct. 10. The Board will convene for a Workshop beginning at 5 p.m. in the Grand Lake Town Hall. The Board will hear brief updates from Grand County EMS Chief Ray Jennings, Grand Lake Center Coordinator Jane Binford, Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Samantha Bruegger and from Geoff Elliott as well.
The Board will discuss items presented by Town Manager Jim White and review other meeting updates as well. As a prelude to the action items that will be reviewed and possibly moved on later in the evening the Board will review seven potential action items.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will reconvene at 7:30 p.m. for the Regular Meeting of the Board. After announcements and unscheduled public comments the Board will hear a presentation from Jay Young on marketing.
The Board will consider a Special Event Liquor Permit for the Grand Lake Rotary Club for their “Citizen of the Year” event. The Board will hold a Public Hearing for consideration of the proposed budget for Grand Lake for 2017.
In New Business the Grand Lake Board will consider a letter of engagement with Dazzio & Associates, consider granting a building permit for a boathouse on Lake Ave., consider granting a building permit for a covered boat dock on Grand Lake Lane, consider granting a Nightly Rental License for a property on Center Drive, consider adopting a resolution approving the Grand Camp Subdivision As-Built Drawing located at 600 Mary Drive, and consider adopting an ordinance establishing the fee and deposit schedule for the Town of Grand Lake.
The Town of Granby’s Board of Trustees will convene at 7 p.m. on Tuesday Oct. 11. The Board will discuss and possibly approve an ordinance approving an eighth amendment to the planned development overlay district preliminary plan for the Grand Elk Ranch & Club (an amendment to the final planned development plan for Grand Elk Golf Course).
The Board will hear a request from Town Recreation Director Julie Martin for replacement windows on some community buildings. The Board will disucss and possibly approve an ordinance approving a five-year lease of Town property to Horizons Specialized Services for a building located at 81 W. Jasper Ave.
There will be discussion and possible approval of an ordinance amending section 16.125.090 regarding the parking requirements for certain uses within the Town.
The Board will discuss and consider for approval a number of documents relating to Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) between the Town of Granby and the Headwaters Metro District and the Granby Ranch Metro Districts No. 2-8.
The Board will also approve way finding signage for the Aviation Museum and will discuss and possible approve a resolution directing the Town’s Finance Director to proceed with the annual renewal of Health, Dental, Life and Disability insurance for qualified Town staff.
The Town will also discuss and possibly approve an Interim Town Manager agreement.
The Grand County Library District (GCLD) will have a Board of Trustees meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 at the Granby Community Meeting Room.
The town of Winter Park will have a Planning Commission meeting at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 11 at the Winter Park Town Hall.
The Grand County Board of Count Commissioners will have a meeting at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 11 at the Grand County Administration Building in Hot Sulphur.
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