Government update for Sept. 24


Moffat County Board of Commissioners

At their Sept. 20 meeting, commissioners:

  • Approved an agreement with GT Alliance to develop a new Web site for the Moffat County Assessor's Office. The agreement will cost $10,000, which will come out of the Assessor's budget.
  • Approved contributing vacation days for county employees to a drawing for employees who donate to the United Way. Employees can win one, two or three vacation days.
  • Waived the use fee for the fairgrounds for the Craig Chamber of Commerce Crab Fest, held every November.
  • Waived the use fee for the fairgrounds pavilion for the Northwest Colorado Stewardship group. The group will use the facility regularly until February.
  • Approved a service agreement between the Grounds and Building Department and American Linen.
  • Voted to open Sherman Youth Camp for hunting this season. The site will be open for lease in the coming weeks.
  • Amended a resolution from 1983 for the property and liability insurance bid process.
  • Voted to close county facilities at 3 p.m. on Oct. 3 for a county employee meeting.
  • Voted 2-1 for a mid-year fund change for the extension office. The money will be used for an intern to take care of 4-H activities. Commissioner Saed Tayyara voted against the fund change because the Extension Office did not get a personnel requisition before hiring the intern.
  • Approved a personnel requisition for the Extension Office by a 2-1 vote, Tayyara voted against.
  • Approved a contract between the county and Dushan Voyich for the sale of the Courthouse Annex.

Craig City Council

Next meeting:

The Craig City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers of Craig City Hall.

Agenda items include:

  • Approval of an off-street parking and landscape plan for an addition to Craig Chiropractic Clinic.
  • Approval of an off-street parking and landscape plan for an addition to Deer Park Inn & Suites.
  • Approval of a sketch plan for Wal-Mart Subdivision.
  • Hold a public hearing to consider renewal of a conditional use permit for an antique store at 525 Colorado St., requested by Tonya Griffith.
  • Hear an update on the Human Resources Council.
  • Approve the purchase of GPS upgrade equipment.
  • Approve a proclamation of October as Domestic Violence Awareness month.
  • Consider approval of the final plat of Overlook Park, improvement agreement and acceptance of surety.
  • Hear the August financial report.

The Memorial Hospital

Board of Trustees for The Memorial Hospital meet next at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 in Platinum Room of the Visiting Nurse Association Building at 745 Russell St.

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