Salida received a clean audit of its comprehensive financial report from McMahan and Associates Tuesday at city council’s regular meeting.
After hearing from several speakers, and receiving several letters regarding the set-up of F St. walking mall, Salida City Council said they need to revisit the topic, but agreed that it may not impact this summer’s set up.
A public hearing on a request by Nestlé Waters North America for a 10-year extension of an existing 1041 permit for a spring water production process and associated transmission pipeline and loading facility will continue today during the 1 p.m. afternoon session of the Chaffee County commis…
Salida City Council will hear the first reading and set a public hearing for an ordinance concerning a major impact review for a 0.46-acre parcel at the southwest corner of Colo. 291 and West Third Street, currently zoned commercial, proposing a planned mixed-use development.
The Salida Hospital District directors will hear a presentation on the lingering effects of COVID-19 from physical therapist Sarah Nazzaro and clinical exercise physiologist David Velsor during their board meeting at 6 p.m. today.
Among topics being addressed today at the Chaffee County Commissioners work session will be a review of the Great Outdoors Colorado funding for three new and improved trails in Buena Vista’s River Park, a Salida Parks, Open-space and Trails discussion and a fire mitigation grant.
Commissioners continued Chaffee County’s public hearing on the 10-year extension of an existing 1041 permit for a spring water production process and associated transmission pipeline and loading facility applied for by Nestlé Waters North America Tuesday.
Salida City Council discussed reopening of the pedestrian mall on F Street, closing the road during the summer season from Second to First streets, then from First Street to Sackett Avenue.
Salida Hospital district board of directors will hear a presentation from Tammy Rivera and Grant Smith of BKD, LLP on the 2020 final audit report for Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center.
Public Health Director Andrea Carlstrom told commissioners Monday, during the Chaffee County work session, that she has been asked to be on the state board of health.
Chaffee County Community Foundation Director Joseph Teipel presented at Tuesday’s Salida City Council regular meeting. The Foundation manages the Salida Donor Advised Fund on behalf of the city.
Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center public relations and marketing director Allison Gergley gave the Salida Hospital Board a presentation on the HRRMC website, including user statistics for the site.
Salida City Council will hold a public hearing before considering Ordinance 2021-3, a major impact review for a 1.72 acre parcel located west of Holman Avenue, known as the Ambrose subdivision, currently zoned R-2, to place a planned development overlay on the property and approve the develo…
Commissioners met virtually Friday morning with representatives from local waste companies to discuss options for recycling in Chaffee County. This was in response to an announcement by Mickey Berry with Angel of Shavano Recycling that his business would close April 8.
The Salida School Board will hold a virtual community meeting about school finance and the process and timeline for the district moving forward, for all interested community members.
Salida Hospital District Board of Directors will hear a presentation on the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center website from public relations and marketing director Allison Gergley at their regular meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday.
The city council discussed transit, entrepreneurs, its handbook, suspending water late fees and receiving input from local teens at Salida’s work session Monday.
Chaffee County Commissioner Greg Felt offered a compromise, which the board unanimously approved during their meeting Tuesday, regarding the request from Chaffee County Habitat for Humanity for a road and alley vacation right of way in Nathrop.
Cindy Williams, Envision Chaffee County, and other representatives gave a report concerning the Chaffee County Recreation Plan during the commissioner’s work session Monday.
Salida School District R-32-J School Board will hear reports related to graduation requirements and Colorado Mountain College at their regular board meeting.
Carrie Adair, chief operations officer for Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative will review the final funding report from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for the 2019 Decker Fire during Chaffee County’s work session at 9 a.m. today.
Melanie Roth, president of Historic St. Elmo, will request support for a Colorado Historical Fund grant to restore a former box car during Chaffee County’s regular meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Poncha Springs trustees voted 5-2 in favor of sending a proposal for a consultant agreement and professional services between the town and Mount Princeton Geothermal LLC to the town attorney for review.
Public opinion seems to be in favor the option of a five-legged roundabout to solve traffic concerns at the intersection of U.S 50 and Colo. 291/Oak Street.
Buena Vista Trustees will begin discussion on how to allocate costs to perform maintenance on the alley between South Court and Beldan streets. They will also consider adopting architectural design guidelines during the meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Among the items to be considered in the Salida Hospital Board’s consent agenda at this month’s board meeting are the capital purchase requests of a general surgery clinic large exam room, a digital plate for the portable x-ray unit and a Buena Vista Health Center monument sign at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
In Poncha Springs’ first meeting of 2021, trustees will receive an update to the five year comprehensive economic development plan of Southern Colorado Economic Development District by Michael Yerman.
With the Chaffee Housing Authority nearing completion of its first board, city council will consider two at-large selections on Tuesday at Salida’s work session followed by the regular meeting.
Chaffee County Commissioners will consider submitting comments on the environmental impact study for the Uinta Basin railroad proposal by the Rio Grande Pacific railroad during their meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Chaffee County Commissioners advised staff to move forward on the CR 107 boundary line adjustment project, involving four different parties and a land trade involving three pieces of property, which Commissioner Greg Felt said was, “kind of complicated, with a lot of moving parts.”
Salida School District director districts may change slightly with the adoption of a resolution to revise those districts based on demographic information from a recent population survey.
Jon Roorda, county planning manager will present a possible boundary line adjustment along CR 107, involving the county, Salida and the CR 107 Pit and SSG Holdings, at 1:15 p.m. Monday.
Public hearings on the Valley View School subdivision exemption for public benefit will continue during the Chaffee County Commissioner’s meeting at 9 a.m. Monday.