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Local government meetings in Grand County

Sky-Hi Staff Report

There are a plethora of local government meetings and activities this week in Grand County.

The Town of Grand Lake will hold a Trustees Afternoon Workshop on Monday April 11 starting at 3 p.m. in the Grand Lake Town Hall. The afternoon workshop will be followed by a Grand Lake Board of Trustees meeting, also scheduled for Monday April 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Lake Town Hall Board Chambers.

The Grand Lake Fire Protection District will also hold an event Monday night. A Candidate Forum for individuals running for the Grand Lake Fire Protection District’s Board of Directors will be held Monday night April 11 starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Lake Fire House, located on West Portal Road just after the turnoff from Highway 34.

The Town of Granby will also hold a Board of Trustees regular meeting this week. The Granby Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday April 12 at 6 p.m. During the Tuesday April 12 Board meeting several members of Granby’s Board-elect will be sworn into office.

Other topics to be covered by the Granby Board Tuesday night include a discussion and possible approval of an ordinance regarding the operation of ATVs and other off highway vehicles on specific streets in Granby proper, an ordinance establishing a Water and Sewer Advisory Board and a discussion of the procurement agreement regarding the acquisition of a membrane filtration system for Granby’s South Service Area Water Treatment Plant.

An executive session, to receive legal advice regarding matters related to the Shorefox Property, is also scheduled for Tuesday evening along with the reappointment of municipal officers for Granby, such as Town Clerk, Town Treasurer and Police Chief.

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