The Salida City Council has a packed agenda for their regular meeting tonight, Tuesday, April 18, at 6:00 p.m.: it appears it will slide right by a few amplified sound permits for local establishments, although in the past amplified sound has been a controversial topic.
Consent Agenda and Amplified Sound Permits
The consent agenda includes seven special event approvals, including for FIBArk, Art Walk, and the Brewer’s Rendezvous; three public hearings, two of which are for Tres Litros and High! Side Bar & Grill, both seeking Amplified Sound Permits.
These hearings held before the full council are required for sound permits ahead of the regular summer season (which is handled under Administrative review).
Sitting as the Liquor Licensing Authority, one hearing is for a new hotel and restaurant license for Mexico Tradicional at 509 East Hwy 50.
Under New Business is a review and proposal to award the 2023 Chaffee County Community Grant requests. The proposed amount for 2023 is $96,277, which is within the budgeted framework. Also under consideration are Resolutions 2023-18 and 2023-19, appointing citizen members to city commissions and boards, and Resolution 2023-20 approving overnight camping and dogs in Marvin Park for a dog agility event.
Following a motion to go into Executive Session, members of the council will consider the City Administrator’s annual performance evaluation.
The complete agenda and packet, including instructions for remote access, can be found here.
Featured image: Members of the Salida City Council about to start their meeting. (Left to right) are Jane Templeton, Harald Kasper, Dominique Naccarato, Mayor Dan Shore, Mayor Pro Tem Justin Critelli, and Alisa Pappenfort. Not shown: Mike Pollock, who attends virtually. AVV staff photo