Craig Briefs: County Commissioners weekly meeting agenda |

Craig Briefs: County Commissioners weekly meeting agenda

Commissioners meet at the county courthouse, 221 W. Victory Way, Suite 130. The meeting is open to the public.

Agenda for Tuesday:

■ 8:30 to 8:35 a.m.: Call to order

Pledge of Allegiance/moment of silence

■ 8:35 to 8:45 a.m.: Consent agenda

Review and sign the following documents:

a) Approve minutes: July 16 and 23

b) Resolution for payment of payroll warrants

c) Resolution for Payment of payment warrants

d) Community Services Block Grant reimbursement request revision

e) Agreement to authorize transfer of airport entitlements

f) Core Services Mental Health contracts with:

— Sandra Ellis Papp

— Lea Tranor

— Roger Reynolds

— Ellen McGuinness

— Kathy Gibbs

— Martha (Chris) Young

— Maureen Cole

g) Core Services Substance Abuse Services contract with Community Education Center

h) Colorado Works Substance Abuse Services contract with Community Education Center

i) Resolution adopting proposal for Access to County Attorney by Elected

Officials and Department Heads

j) Youth Services office remodel engineering contract amendment (2)

k) Youth Services office remodel construction contract amendment

l) Resolution for temporary closure of Moffat County Road 18 for bridge repair

m) EMPG reimbursement request for Office of Emergency Management

n) Entek Environmental Assessment letter of support

■ 8:45 to 9 a.m.: General discussion

Please note that the Board may discuss any topic relevant to county business, whether or not the topic has been specifically noted on this agenda.

■ 9 to 9:10 a.m.: Road and Bridge Department — Bill Mack and Linda DeRose

1) Present bid recommendation for 2013 Striping projects

2) Present change order for Loudy-Simpson Park asphalt projects for signature

■ 9:10 to 9:20 a.m.: Office of Development Services — Roy Tipton

1) Present grant application for Shadow Mountain Village Neighborhood Infrastructure project for signature

2) Present bid recommendation for rooftop units at the Public Safety Center

■ 9:20 to 9:30 a.m.: County Clerk — Lila Herod

1) Present Special Liquor License application for Chamber of Commerce Beer Garden at 2013 Balloon Fest

■ 9:30 to 9:35 a.m.: Assessor’s Office — Robert Razzano

1) Continuation of CBOE Hearing: Stipulation agreement with Stephen Caragol — R008503

■ Adjournment

CDOT reminds drivers about wildlife crossings

The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to remind drivers to beware of wildlife crossing roadways, especially at night. CDOT is asking people to stay alert and follow the roadside reminders to slow down at night in specifically designated “wildlife corridors.”

It’s up to motorists this summer to simply do what the CDOT, the Colorado State Patrol, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and numerous other agencies and wildlife advocates always have recommended.

Hayden center hosting Smithsonian exhibit

The Hayden Heritage Center has been chosen by Colorado Humanities to be one of only six museums across Colorado to host the Smithsonian Exhibit: Journey Stories for 2013. The exhibit will be there through Aug. 24. Admission to the museum and exhibit are free, according to a press release.

The museum also will be hosting a number of events correlating with the exhibit including the following:

■ Saturday: Car show with The Babson Carpenter Tech Center — Music, food, demos, $25 registration per car with a $500 cash prize. Antique cars at the museum. Free to spectators.

■ Aug. 10: Railroad Days Centennial Celebration 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Street festival at the museum. Model railroad display created by Moffat RR Museum, outdoor mountain man exhibit, Chautauqua show, demos, arts and crafts vendors, music, food and more. Dance with live music by the John Wayne Band.

■ Aug. 15: and 16: Wagon tour rides of historic Hayden from the fairgrounds to the museum. 

■ Aug. 24: Tour the Yampa Valley Regional Airport. Call for reservations.

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