Four members of the Town of Meeker’s Board of Trustees and the new mayor were sworn into office April 15 by Meeker Town Clerk Lisa Cook, far right. No election was held as all vacant seats were filled by candidates. Being sworn into office were, from left, new board member, Scott Creecy, who filled the vacancy left by Regas Halandras; incumbent Rodney Gerloff, whose prior term was up; incumbent Brice Ducey, starting his first full term since he was appointed to the seat last year; incumbent Danny Conrado, whose prior term was up; and new mayor Regas Halandras, who was termed out on the town board and who was unopposed in his run for mayor.
MEEKER I Homeowners along Sulphur Creek Road once again expressed vehement dislike of proposed changes to the road. The town has been awarded a $595,000 state energy impact grant toward the project, which will include […]
MEEKER I The Town of Meeker board of trustees discussed several revisions to the proposed Meeker Municipal Code ordinance at its meeting July 5 and ended up approving all but one proposed change. Related
MEEKER I Uncertainty is the name of the game when it comes to planning budgets, not just for individual households, but for the Town of Meeker. The way votes on bills like Amendments 60, 61 […]