Local government meetings this week in Grand County
There are several local government meetings being held in Grand County this week, July 25 through July 29, 2016.
The Town of Grand Lake will hold a Board of Trustees Afternoon Workshop beginning at 5 p.m. on Monday July 25 in the Grand Lake Town Hall. The Grand Lake Board meets in an Afternoon Workshop to discuss matters that will come before the Board later in the evening during the Board’s regular session.
During the Monday July 25 Afternoon Workshop the Board will review the Town Planner’s Town Memorial Bench Program, consider a special event permit for the Rotary Club of Grand Lake for their Grand Lake Center Fundraiser Pig Roast, consider granting a variance for Steam and Lake Setbacks, consider an ordinance amending town codes regarding Planning Commission membership and consider a special event permit for Grand Lake Fire’s Fill the Boot Event.
The Grand Lake Board of Trustees will hold a Regular Meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening July 25. The Board will review sales tax cash flow and financial reports.
The Board will consider three requests as the local liquor licensing authority: a special event permit application from the Grand Arts Council for a “Night in Morocco Show”, a transfer of ownership application for the Pine Restaurant & Bar, and a Show Cause Hearing regarding the Tavern Liquor License issued to Grumpy’s Saloon. The Board will consider a special liquor permit application and special event permit for the Rotary Club of Grand Lake for their “Grand Lake Center Fundraiser Pig Roast”.
In other business the Grand Lake Board of Trustees will consider a variance grant for Stream and Lake Setbacks for a structure in town, consider adopting an ordinance amending Town codes regarding membership in the Planning Commission and will consider a special event permit for Grand Lake Fire’s “Fill the Boot Event”.
The Town of Granby Board of Trustees also meets this week. The Board will convene at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday night July 26 at Granby Town Hall. The night’s activities will kick off with the Board convening as the Grand Elk Ranch and Club General Improvement District to discuss Grand Elk maintenance reserves.
The Board will reconvene as the Granby Board of Trustees beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Board will hear an update on Raffety Park from Granby Recreation Director Julie Martin. A public hearing will be held at 6:45 p.m. on the E.H. International, LLC Conditional Use Permit Hours of Operation, “Reclamation Ridge” Gravel Pit.
The Board will discuss and possibly approve an ordinance amending Town codes to clarify that the regulations applicable to Town Water Systems also apply to Sanitary Sewer Systems operated by the Town. The Board will also discuss and possibly approve the Western Area Power Administration contract and the agreement for right of way entry.
Additionally the Board will discuss use of the Granby Soccer Dome’s modular building. The Board will discuss and possibly approve the Shorefox Request for Proposal (RFP) and the Shorefox irrigation proposal from Grand Elk Golf Club.
The Grand County BOCC will have a meeting at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 26 in Hot Sulphur. A notable item on the agenda is information on the possible sales tax of retail marijuana for Grand County. The tax could be either an excise tax or an extra sales tax.
The Fraser Planning Commission will have a meeting at 6:30 p.m. on July 26 at the Fraser Town Hall.
The town of Winter Park will have a Planning Commission meeting at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 26 at the Winter Park Town Meting Hall.
The Fraser Valley Rec Center will have a board meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26 at the Fraser Valley Rec Center.
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