RBC I Despite losing its budget and finance director in the middle of the budgeting process.
Dear Editor, I have received a letter back from Mr. Borchard on some of my questions. Some of you may wonder why I sent a letter directly to him.
County Assessor Renae Neilson knows her numbers. Speaking at an meeting last month of Rio Blanco County Democrats, Neilson, who, by the way, is a Republican, recited figures mostly off the top of her head, with very few notes.
Tammie Freitag has two words for smokers. “Stop smoking,” she said. “Put it in bold, stop smoking, please.”
RBC — While funding required to maintain the levels of service provided by local governments may be decreasing, the needs aren’t.
RBC — The Rio Blanco County Board of Commissioners will appoint a Technical Advisory Group to assist the Planning Commission with the completion of the new County Master Plan.
RBC — Forrest Nelson’s days as an elected official are numbered. But it has been a good run, and he’s ready to focus more on operating the family ranch and spending time with his grandchildren.
RBC — Commissioners gave the go-ahead Monday for a $50,000 grant request to the state to fund a countywide housing assessment.
RBC — The Board of County Commissioners’ meeting scheduled for Monday, Dec. 15 in Rangely, has been canceled.
RBC — Bracing for a worst-case scenario in its court case over collection of use tax, Rio Blanco County commissioners adopted a proposed 2009 budget Monday night of nearly $49.7 million.
RBC — As any investor knows, there is always a risk factor. It’s no different for Rio Blanco County. The job of County Treasurer Karen Arnold is to minimize those risks. “The county’s policy has always put safety before liquidity or yield,” Arnold said. “We may not get the best yield, but I make every […]