Tag Archives: County Commissioners

“13 Ways” Presentation And Meeting Considered A Success

13-coverThe “13 Ways to Kill Your Community” presentation and the following community meeting were considered a success by the Moffat County Commissioners and Craig Mayor Ray Beck. During yesterday’s Moffat County Commissioners meeting, all expressed pleasure with the events. 150 people turned out for the presentation Thursday night, and 75 Continue reading

Groups Look To Eradicate Dandelions From Schools

dandelionAt their meeting last night the Moffat County School Board agreed to combine efforts with the County and the city of Craig to eliminate the dandelions that have infested many of the school yards around the district. The plan is to spray the dandelions and seed the fields in the next week or two. Continue reading

Bennet and Gardner Push Wildfire Prevention Recommendations

WILDFIREColorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner have sent the Innovations in Forestry and Fire Mitigation report to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The report details recommendations from Colorado fire and forestry experts on the steps the federal government can take to better support the state’s Continue reading

Ballots Due Tomorrow

Ballot-300Tomorrow is Election Day. Those who haven’t turned in their ballots have until 7 tomorrow night to do so. Elections officials say you should take your ballot in to your county’s polling place. In Moffat County that is the Moffat County Courthouse. In Rio Blanco County, it’s the courthouse in Meeker, and the Annex Building in Continue reading

CCI Gauging Counties’ Interest in Pay Raises for Elected Officials

pay raiseColorado Counties Incorporated is gauging the interest of County Commissioners throughout the state in giving raises to elected officials.  Elected officials in Colorado have not had their pay raised since 2006.  The CCI sent out a survey to county commissioners asking them how they would feel about pay raises.  There are a few options listed as to how much the raise should be: Continue reading