The Crawford Town Council had two pieces of old business on the agenda prior to the new council being sworn in last Wednesday, April 4.
The council approved an investment policy for the town which was recommended by Blair and Associates, town auditors, and reviewed by Jim Brown, town attorney.
Secondly, the council approved and Mayor Jim Crook signed the contract between the town and Ridgeway Valley Enterprises for the town hall remodel. The contractor will receive $156,164.92. The project has received $139,000 from the Colorado Historic Society, $25,000 from Friends of Crawford Town Hall and the balance from the Town of Crawford. A subcontractor will begin work on the windows by the end of April.
With that, trustees Bill Mosey and Bruce Green and Mayor Jim Crook left the council. Town clerk Jackie Savage swore in Mayor Susie Steckel and trustees James Sorensen, Wanda Gofforth, Larry Kontour and Christie Young.
The council voted to make April Child Abuse Prevention Month, changed Jay Zieglar's commercial taps to residential taps and renewed Crawford Liquors' license with the town and state.blog comments powered by Disqus