Commissioners take holiday off
The Garfield County Commissioners will take the Fourth of July off and will meet on Tuesday. On the agenda are discussions ranging from energy impact grants to the county library.The meeting begins at 8 a.m. with an opportunity for citizens to address the commissioners on any topic. After public comment, the commissioners will hear from operations director Dale Hancock about a Department of Local Affairs energy impact grant to Mountain Family Health Center. He will also brief the commissioners on an upcoming air fair at the county airport Aug. 12-13 that will feature plane rides and flight simulators, a barbecue and bounce house for the kids.The commissioners will also discuss a proposal to combine the Glenwood Springs library with the library at the new Glenwood Springs High School that will be constructed next year.Public meetings are scheduled for 10:15 a.m. On tap are discussions of county roads, and a possible zoning violation at Bair Chase Ranch south of Glenwood Springs.After a lunch break at noon, the commission meeting resumes at 1 p.m. with another opportunity for the public to address the commissioners. Public meetings take place at 1:15 p.m., including various oil and gas applications.The county commissioners meet at the Courthouse Plaza building, 108 Eighth St., Room 100, Glenwood Springs. For more information about the agenda, call the commissioners at 384-5004.The county commissioners meet at the Courthouse Plaza building, 108 Eighth St., Room 100, Glenwood Springs. For more information about the agenda, call the commissioners at 384-5004.
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