Government update for the week of May 9
Editor's Note: Moffat County Commissioners' agenda for their Tuesday morning meeting was not available at the time of press.
Editor’s Note: Moffat County Commissioners’ agenda for their Tuesday morning meeting was not available at the time of press.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MAY 10MAY 10
6:30 p.m. at City Hall6:30 p.m. at City Hall
6:30 p.m. at City Hall
Please note that action (including final action) may be taken on any or all of the following items:Please note that action (including final action) may be taken on any or all of the following items:
Please note that action (including final action) may be taken on any or all of the following items:
1) Pledge of allegiance & moment of silence
2) Call to Order
3) Approval of minutes from April 26 and May 5 meetings
4) Approval of April 2016 bills
5) Approval of agenda
6) Consent Agenda
A. Approve Special Events Liquor Permit for Craig Chamber of Commerce for May 21for the “Murder/Mystery” theater.
B. Renewal of Hotel and Restaurant liquor license for Clarion Inn & Suites of Craig located at 300 S. Highway 13 in Craig. No cause shown for denial.
C. Renewal of Tavern liquor license for Popular Bar located at 24 W. Victory Way, Craig. No cause shown for denial.
7) Council Reports
A. Proclamation for the Month of Higher Education.
B. Proclamation for National Police Week and Officers’ Memorial Day.
9) Other Business
A. Award of Bid for installation of chain link fence on a city owned lot at 220 16th St.
B. Award of Bid for Barclay Street water tank repairs.
C. Ordinance 1050 (2016) ~ an ordinance amending Chapter 9 of the Craig Municipal Code entitled “Public Peace, Morals and Welfare” by adding certain provisions to amend and add to the criminal charges that can be filed in municipal court.
10) Staff Reports
A. April 2016 police report.
11) City Manager/City Attorney Reports
12) Audience Comments
13) Additional Council Reports
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