MDF Drywall of Cedaredge has been chosen by the Cedaredge Town Board as contractor on the first phase of remodeling at the Community Center.
Work is expected to begin soon, perhaps as early as this week.
The Cedaredge community enjoys an abundance of riches when it comes to volunteer workers. They do everything from pinching dead heads off of potted petunias to supporting, managing, operating and maintaining the Pioneer Town complex.
The Orchard City trustees meeting on Jan. 14 appointed Toni Chatto to become a member of the town board, filling a vacancy created by the resignation of Jan Gage.
Chatto served a four-year term on the town’s planning commission from 2008 to 2012.
In her letter of application to the town board, Chatto said, “I am a professional land surveyor and have been licensed in Colorado for 25 years … My education has concentrated on surveying, mapping and GIS. I could assist with roads, pipeline layouts, plat reviews, civil engineering projects and other similar right-of-way or property interest issues.”
The Cedaredge Tree Board devoted a lot of its time and resources in 2014 to the cottonwood removal project in Town Park, said board chair Jim Leser.
He gave his annual report on tree board activities to the town board on Jan. 15.
Cedaredge has received proposals from eight engineers and firms seeking to become the town’s go-to source for project-specific design and consultation work.
“We expected two or three” proposals, Town Administrator Katie Sickles told the town board on Jan. 15.
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