Local government meetings this week in Grand County | SkyHiNews.com

Local government meetings this week in Grand County

Sky-Hi Staff Report

There are several local government meetings scheduled this week in Grand County.

The Town of Grand Lake will hold Board of Trustees Afternoon Workshop on Monday afternoon April 25 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Grand Lake Town Hall. During the Afternoon Workshop the Board will discuss several special event permits and appointments to various positions in Town government to be filled by the recently elected Board.

A Board of Trustees Regular Meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Lake Town Hall. During the Monday night meeting Grand Lake will install a new Mayor and Board of Trustees following the April municipal election. Other items on the agenda for Monday night include consideration of appointments for various positions in municipal government as well as special event permits and liquor licenses.

The Town of Granby will hold a Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday April 26, 2016 beginning at 6 p.m. Immediately prior to the regular Board meeting the Town’s Liquor License Authority will convene. When the Town’s official Board meeting begins at 6 p.m. recently elected Trustees Greg Mordini and Becky Johnson will be sworn in.

The Town Board will also discuss resolutions supporting grant applications for local parks, a presentation of the Town’s 2015 audited financial statements, a discussion of an ordinance that would allow OHVs and ATVs on Town streets and a special use permit for Polhamus Park for a 4th of July event.

Grand County Board of County Commissioners meet every Tuesday on the top floor of the Grand County Administration Building in Hot Sulphur Springs. The meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. For the full meeting agenda for April 26 click here.

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