The Cedaredge Town Board will be conducting a required public hearing on its wastewater treatment plant site application on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
The hearing will begin at 7 p.m. at the community center prior to the beginning of the trustees’ regular second-Thursday work session.
A more than 200 percent increase in “total building fees” for Cedaredge between 2002 and 2014 was a matter for discussion by the town trustees on Sept. 18.
The Cedaredge Town Board held its discussion in the context of “complaints” being made about building and development fees that are too high.
Michelle Anderson is the new Cedaredge animal control/code enforcement officer for Cedaredge.
Anderson comes to the position with 12 years of law enforcement experience with the Craig Police Department.
She might not need her considerable experience gained at the Craig PD as an evidence technician and crime scene investigator in her current job with the Cedaredge PD; she says the Cedaredge department is doing a great job on both counts.
With her knowledge of law enforcement procedures and excellent interpersonal skills for working with the public, she will make a professional addition to the Cedaredge Police Department.
This is the final installment of a three-part series on herbicide misuse I began in August. I suppose I am really discussing proper use to avoid herbicide-related problems, but, as a master gardener, all I see are misuse problems.
Karen and I scan the meadows along the Yampa River and the fields bordering the roadway. We’re looking for sandhill cranes.
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