City Council to consider questions for November ballot |

City Council to consider questions for November ballot

Jeff Swanson

After approving the much-debated tobacco ordinance, which has now moved to the County Commissioners for their consideration, the Craig City Council can once again turn its attention to other matters such as nuisance ordinances.

The Council will hear will hear introduction of Ordinance 905, which would change the existing nuisance ordinance. Four Craig residents have submitted petitions regarding the law.

The Council will also hear the first reading of Resolution 9, which refers four questions, brought by resident petition, to the Nov. 6 ballot, amending the current ordinance.

The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers of at City Hall.

In other business, Council will also:

Consider approving of an off-street parking and landscape plan for Northwest Storage at 4295 U.S. Highway 40 for Thompson-Weiss Partnership.

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Consider approving an off-street parking and landscape plan for the Apostolic Lighthouse Church at 3107 West 1st Street.

Award the bid for the 2001 Drainage Improvement project.

Hear second reading of Ordinance 904, which would ratify the existing zoning as open space for a parcel of property recently acquired by the City.

Consider approving the preliminary plat of Willow Creek Subdivision.

Consider signing a Letter of Agreement between the city of Craig and the Moffat County Clerk and Recorder to participate in the Coordinated Election on Nov. 6.

Finance Director Bruce Nelson will present July’s financial report.

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