Local government meetings in Grand County
There are a few local government meetings in Grand County this week.
The East Grand School District’s Board of Education will hold their regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday May 3 in the Board Room at the District Offices, located at 299 County Road 611 in Granby Colo. The East Grand School District’s Accountability Committee will hold at meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday May 2.
The Town of Granby’s Board of Trustees will hold a Special Meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday May 3 in the Board Chambers at Granby Town Hall, located at Zero Jasper Avenue in Granby. The meeting is for the discussion and possible approval of Ordinance No. 851, authorizing the execution and delivery of a site lease, a purchasing agreement and other documents related to the acquisition of the Shorefox Property.
The Granby Board normally meets every second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The meeting this week is outside their standard meeting schedule, which qualifies the proceedings as a “special meeting”. The Tuesday night special meeting is not scheduled as an executive session.
The Town of Grand Lake will hold a regular meeting of the Planning Commission, if there is an agenda. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday May 4 in the Grand Lake Town Hall Board Room, located at 1026 Park Avenue in Grand Lake.
Grand Lake will also hold a Board of Adjustment’s meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday May 5, also in the Grand Lake Town Hall Board Room.
Fraser Board of Trustees meets at Fraser Town Hall at 6 p.m. May 4. Agenda items include Town Clerk Appointment, Treasurer Appointment, Judge Appointment, Resolution 2016-05-01 Authorizing Execution of an Easement Agreement for the Fraser River Trail around Mary’s Pond and Resolution 2016-05-02 Authorizing the Town Manager to enter into an MOU Aerial Adventure MOU. Read full agenda here.
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