Craig City Council at Tuesday’s meeting

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In Craig City Council action...

During its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Craig City Council:

• Approved, 7-0, December 11, 2012 meeting minutes.

• Approved, 7-0, December 2012 bills of $205,275.47.

• Approved, 7-0, of a special events permit for Jan. 26 at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion for the Craig Rotary Diamond & Spurs event.

• Approved, 7-0, reappointing Luke Tucker as the joint city/county representative to the Craig/Moffat County Airport Board.

• Heard an update from Jeff Olson, regional account manager for Utility Service Partners, on the service line warranty program and plans for the spring promotion.

• Approved, 7-0, Resolution Number 1 designating a public place for posting notice of any meeting as required under the open meetings law.

• Approved, 7-0, Resolution Number 2, declaring the Craig Daily Press as the official newspaper of the City of Craig.

• Denied, 4-2, Resolution Number 3 appropriating $30,000 in funding for the Craig/Moffat Economic Development Partnership. (1)

• Upon presentation of a second motion, approved, 4-2, Resolution Number 3 appropriating $35,000 in funding for the Craig/Moffat Economic Development Partnership. (2)

• Approved, 7-0, first reading of Ordinance Number 1025 amending Sections 13.16.020 and 13.48.020 (Liability for charges) and repealing Sections 13.48.022, 13.48.024 and 13.48.026 (Deposits) of Chapter 13 of the Craig Municipal Code (Public Services).

• Approved, 7-0, first reading of Ordinance Number 1026 amending Title 8 (Health and Safety) of the Craig Municipal Code regarding snow and ice in and across public streets and alleys.

• Approved, 7-0, endorsing Club 20’s response to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission Rulemaking decision for “effectively competitive” basic telecommunications services.

• Approved, 7-0, a letter to Gov. John Hickenlooper supporting statewide oil and gas drilling regulations as opposed to multiple local government regulations.

• Approved, 6-1, acquiring seven computer workstations for $11,699.63 from Dell Computer Corp. (3)

• Heard progress reports for the Police Department for November & December.

• Heard a monthly report for the Water & Wastewater Departments for November.

1 — Council member Gene Bilodeau abstained from voting. Council members Jennifer Riley and Don Jones voted in favor of the resolution. Council members Byron Willems, Joe Bird, Ray Beck and Mayor Terry Carwile voted against the resolution.

2 — Council member Gene Bilodeau abstained from voting. Council members Byron Willems, Joe Bird, Ray Beck and Mayor Terry Carwile voted in favor of the resolution. Council members Jennifer Riley and Don Jones voted against the resolution.

3 — Council member Jennifer Riley voted against the motion.

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