Craig briefs for Dec. 24
Government offices closed on holidays
December 24, 2007
All Moffat County government offices will be closed Dec. 24 and 25 and Jan. 1 for the holiday. They will close at noon Dec. 31.
The Moffat County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be closed from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21.
All city of Craig government offices will be closed Dec. 24 and 25, as well as Jan. 1. City of Craig government offices will be open Dec. 31 but close early at 3 p.m.
Post office: Keep mailbox area clear
The Craig Post Office reminds postal customers to leave a safe, accessible path to mailboxes as winter weather conditions continue.
In a press release, the Post Office reminds customers:
• To make sure the mailbox is visible and free of snow and ice.
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• To make sure the mailbox is safely accessible for Post Office letter carriers.
• To make sure to clear the mailbox area of snow, sleet, ice and debris.
If mailboxes are blocked off and conditions are too difficult, letter carriers must consider safety first.
“Letter carriers are instructed not to deliver to mailboxes and locations they consider having access too difficult or unsafe,” the release states.
MCHS Accountability Committee to meet
The Moffat County High School Accountability Committee is scheduled to meet from 6 to 7 p.m. Jan. 7 at the high school library.
Meetings begin with a “Let’s Listen” session, in which parents may bring concerns and commendations to the group. Whatever needed, additional time and research will be devoted to concerns raised, according to a press release.
The committee meetings serve as an advisory for the principal, as well as a sounding board for new ideas, materials, concepts and concerns from the community. Revisions in high school policies are reviewed, and recommendations are made to the principal.
Fire account set up to help business
First Congregational United Church of Christ has set up a fire “recovery fund account” for Bev Rubley at Bank of the West. Rubley’s business was destroyed in the Country Mall fire in November. Anyone wishing to donate to the fund can go to the bank and ask to have the funds deposited in the account for Bev Rubley.