Fort Morgan city council will meet this evening. According to an agenda released late Friday, the council will start its meeting with an executive session to discuss property purchases being considered by the City. The first reading of next year's budget is also set. Council members will also choose the winning bidder for upcoming work on the Rainbow Bridge Historic Byway Interpretative Pullout, and authorize signing of the needed documents to contract for the work. Council members are also expected to approve creation of a Historic Preservation Board, and to eliminate the current downtown sanitation consumer charge, which is being replaced by a more general commercial consumer charge on December 1st.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Fort Morgan Police are asking for public help regarding the theft of a leaf blower recently from a yard in the 500 block of Ensign St. According to a news release, the victim told police he had used his leaf blower November 8th and left it in his back yard at approximately five in the evening. Later that same night at about ten P.M., the victim went to get his leaf blower and discovered it had been taken from his yard. The leaf blower is a Homelite brand and valued at $150. Anyone with information on this or other crimes is asked to call the Fort Morgan Police Department at 867-5678, call CRIMESTOPPERS at (970) 542-3411, or submit your tip online and remain anonymous.
Posted by Newsroom on 11/16/2009 04:57:00 AM
Brush school board members will meet tonight. Following the reorganization of the board and swearing in of board members, the board will hear a number of reports from Superintendent Donna Howell. Those items include a report on the process of the district's ongoing strategic planning work, a discussion of what Colorado and the Brush District might be receiving from President Obama's Race to the Top initiative, and an update on the Technology Audit that's currently in progress in the district. The meeting starts at 6:30pm.
Posted by Newsroom on 11/16/2009 04:53:00 AM