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Transportation plan, tennis courts on Council agenda

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – City Council will consider tonight whether to adopt a long-range transportation plan, build four tennis courts and whether to amend the annexation agreement with Glenwood Meadows.Tonight’s meeting begins with a 5 p.m. work session to discuss a strategy for enhancing the city’s broadband Internet access system. Once the regular meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., council will:-Discuss the Cardnell right of way, the sewer plant study, the recycling center and a pump station.-Consider a bid for a chip and seal project. -Consider whether to adopt a long-range transportation plan. -Appoint a new member to the Downtown Development Authority Board. -Consider whether to approve a new 21,472-square-foot office building at the Van Rand Center. -Consider whether to extend until October 2005 a permit to use of Lot 5 at Two Rivers Plaza for the mobilization, construction staging and support for a proposed hotel near the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park tram base. -Consider a recommendation to approve four tennis courts at the Community Center. -Do a conceptual review of a major development permit for storage buildings totaling 14,100 square feet. -Consider an amendment to the annexation and development agreement for Glenwood Meadows. -Consider an intergovernmental agreement with Garfield County regarding parking. -Consider an ordinance amending the 2003 appropriation ordinance to reflect actual revenues and expenditures during the 2003 fiscal year. -Receive the results of the June 24 special election on Red Feather Ridge.


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