Craig briefs: Train depot meeting slated for 1 p.m. Friday
A meeting to discuss the Craig railroad depot is slated for 1 p.m. Friday at The Museum of Northwest Colorado. The event is sponsored by The Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society.
DBA set to host open mic night 4 p.m. FridayDBA set to host open mic night 4 p.m. Friday
DBA set to host open mic night 4 p.m. Friday
The Downtown Business Association will host an open mic for community members at 4 p.m. Friday in Alice Pleasant Park.
Commissioners seek members for pest boardCommissioners seek members for pest board
Commissioners seek members for pest board
The Moffat County Board of County Commissioners and the Moffat County Weed and Pest Department are requesting applications for five seats on the Moffat County Noxious Weed Advisory Board, according to a news release. More details and applications are available at colorado.gov/moffatcountycolorado.gov/moffatcounty, or call Jessica Counts, Moffat County Weed and Pest manager, at 970-824-9184., or call Jessica Counts, Moffat County Weed and Pest manager, at 970-824-9184.
colorado.gov/moffatcounty, or call Jessica Counts, Moffat County Weed and Pest manager, at 970-824-9184.
Craig City Council offers online suggestion boxCraig City Council offers online suggestion box
Craig City Council offers online suggestion box
Craig City Council is asking the public to provide comments and suggestions on its website.
The online suggestion box has been open for three weeks and will continue to remain available for the foreseeable future, said Craig Mayor Ray Beck.
All comments submitted will be reviewed by city council.
Submit suggestions at ci.craig.co.us/about_us/contact_city_staff/suggestion_boxci.craig.co.us/about_us/contact_city_staff/suggestion_box..ci.craig.co.us/about_us/contact_city_staff/suggestion_box.
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