MEEKER — It just goes to show, one person still has the power to affect change in a community. Harry Watt, co-owner of the Blue Spruce Inn, stepped up to the planning commission and spoke up about his desire to see a change made to the town’s sign code. Part of the Blue Spruce Inn’s […]
MEEKER — The town’s engineer, Chris Hale, participated in a telephone interview during the March 17 scheduled workshop for the Second Street right-of-way project. Trustees and staff had been waiting on Hale’s design suggestions before considering whether or not to proceed with a plan to extend Second Street from Garfield to Market Street.
MEEKER – It just goes to show, one person still has the power to affect change in a community. Harry Watt, co-owner of the Blue Spruce Inn, stepped up to the planning commission and spoke up about his desire to see a change made to the town’s sign code.
MEEKER — The Meeker town board of trustees meeting March 17 will include a discussion workshop about the proposed Second Street extension from Sulphur Creek to Market Street.
MEEKER — “Water use is at a 10-year low,” said Russell Overton, Meeker Public Works Superintendent. “It (water consumption) all of a sudden just fell off.”
MEEKER — Meeker’s Board of Trustees has designated the second meeting of every month as a “workshop” time for discussion concerning major town projects. The workshops are open to the public. For February 17, the board opted to discuss the future of the elementary school building, which is owned by
MEEKER — In response to a request from a Meeker business owner, the town will consider revising the current sign ordinance on March 17 in a public hearing forum.
MEEKER — Public Works Superintendent Russell Overton told Meeker’s Board of Trustees that the public restrooms at City Park have been closed after fires were intentionally set in both restrooms Jan. 25.
MEEKER — Back in November, voters settled the issue of whether to pass a bond election to build a new elementary school. Now, the question is what to do with the old one.
MEEKER — Meeker resident Dr. Bob Dorsett presented Meeker’s board of trustees with a list of potential alternatives to the Second Street extension compiled from discussions by the members of the Sulphur Creek neighborhood group.
MEEKER — Based on a citizen’s request that the Meeker Municipal Code allow digital display type signs, the town of Meeker has drafted the proposed amendment to the Meeker Sign Ordinance to allow Message Center Display (digital) signs.
MEEKER — “We all came here to talk about how that area is already overburdened. I’m amazed that this board is considering further development up there,” said David Scherbarth, representing his fellow Second Street residents, during the first Meeker board of trustees meeting for 2009.