With very little to discuss during their work session on Thursday, March 8, the Cedaredge trustees looked at the draft agenda items scheduled for action during their regular meeting on March 15.
Items scheduled for action during the March 15 meeting include renewal of the annual lease between the town and Joseph and Carol Abercrombie, regarding the unused portion of the SW 7th Street public right-of-way, south of SW 3rd.Avenue; approval of a hotel/restaurant liquor license for Gary and Donna Allen (dba the Cedaredge Lodge); and approval of a resolution regarding the repayment of a $32,000 loan from the General Fund to Golf Course Fund.
The terms for repayment include monthly payments of the 2.5 percent interest on the balance due, beginning March 1, 2012, with annual payments of $4,000 on March 1 of each year, also effective on March 1, 2012, for eight years or until the full amount of the loan is repaid.
The trustees discussed an agreement with Delta County Fire Protection District No. 3, to document a previously unwritten arrangement for the storage of an antique fire truck at the Public Works building. If approved, the fire district will be responsible for maintaining the vehicle in running order and will hold the town harmless for any damage to the truck while stored on town property.
The trustees also discussed authorizing the town administrator to choose employee health plans within budget guidelines, beginning July 1, 2012.
The agenda for March 15 also includes discussion of the town's "Verified Statement of Opposition" filed with the water court on Feb. 28. The statement expresses the town's concerns about a request from the Butte Ditch and Fogg Ditch companies for an alternative point of diversion.
The trustees have also scheduled an executive session to discuss personnel matters during the March 15 meeting.blog comments powered by Disqus