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Delta City Council takes steps to engage younger citizens

As a senior at Delta High School, Hannah Owens is looking to make an impact on her school and the community that's been home most of her life. So when she heard about the Montrose Youth Council, she decided the concept was so admirable, a youth council should be established in Delta.

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Pocket park proposed on Bridge Street lot

A long-vacant piece of Bridge Street property could soon be transformed into a beautiful pocket park.

Hotchkiss resident Linda Cannon came before the Hotchkiss council last Thursday to garner support for a park at Second and Bridge streets just north of the Hotchkiss-Crawford Historical Museum.

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New council seated
New council seated

Three new councilmembers were sworn into office at the April 19 meeting of the Delta City Council -- Ron Austin, Gerald Roberts and Christopher Ryan. The full council then elected Ed Sisson to another term as mayor.

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Crawford mayor, trustees sworn in
Crawford mayor, trustees sworn in

After an election that couldn't have been any closer, the Town of Crawford swore in its new trustees and mayor April 20 at Crawford Town Hall.

Wanda Gofforth defeated Gill Saunders by one vote, 61-60, and won the mayor's seat.

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Students given taste of local government
Students given taste of local government

As happens twice a year, the Hotchkiss town council welcomed members of the Hotchkiss High School Student Council at the April 14 town meeting. Students partook in the proceedings and witnessed the swearing in of trustees James Roberts and Larry Jakubiak and John Marta.

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Delta close to deal with new manager

Delta Mayor Ed Sisson reports that contract negotiations with city manager candidate Mark Collins are nearly complete.

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Delta weighs legal action

The City of Delta is poised to issue an ultimatum to Stantec Consulting Inc. -- come to the table for negotiations concerning alternate truck route fees, or be sued.

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