The county commissioners approved two intergovernmental agreements with the Town of Cedaredge for paving work that is part of the town's Main Street improvement project.
Under terms of the agreement, the county will provide in-kind support with labor and equipment, and the town will pay for road oil and materials used.
The two agreements cover 7th Street west to the town limits, costing the town $23,000; and paving from 7th Street east through town to Northwest 3rd Street at a cost to the town of $35,000.
County crews have also been scheduled to pave the town's three-block-long downtown Main Street during the last part of September, if storm sewer and sidewalk construction work is completed in time for AppleFest.
In other business Sept. 3 the Board of County Commissioners dealt with the following:
• County emergency manager Rob Fiedler reports that Delta County Search and Rescue located the first lost hunter of the season in the Stevens Gulch area. The hunter was bow hunting and on foot when he became disoriented. Members of his hunting party reported him lost and volunteer rescuers located him before sunset with the aid of dogs and ATVs.
• A low bid designation of $39,330 was awarded to Buckhorn Geotech of Montrose for long-range planning and right-of-way analysis.
• The Colorado Bureau of Investigation offers an online service that displays residence location information of sexual offenders. The site's information includes locates of felony sexual assault convicts, of sexually violent predators and of multiple offenders.
The director of the county's geographic informations systems reported on Monday that development of an online county version of sexual offenders' registered addresses is being discussed.blog comments powered by Disqus