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Council to discuss building

Post Independent Writer

Staff Report

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – The new downtown fire station is almost done and is slated to go on line in early July.

As a result, the Glenwood Springs City Council figured it’s time to discuss how to handle the 1,752 square feet of retail space that is part of the new fire station, along the 800 block of Cooper Avenue.

Along with the retail space discussion, scheduled to take place during council’s regular meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, council will:

– Award bids for three projects: the Red Mountain tank restoration project; the Cisco Smartnet contract; and the storage network area.

– Consider whether to transfer water rights to the Colorado Water Conservation Board for in-stream flow purposes.

– Consider whether to grant a request for water service outside city limits.

– Discuss the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority’s push to get a 0.4-cent sales tax increase question on the ballot.

– Consider whether to grant a major development application for a 4,000-square-foot electronic equipment service center on Devereux Road.

– Consider whether to change the municipal code in how to deal with lot boundary adjustments.- Consider whether to change the municipal code in how to deal with lot boundary adjustments.

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