The regular meeting of the Salida City Council (SCC) will take place tonight, Mar. 21 at Council chambers at 448 East First Street. A complete packet, including agenda and instructions for remote access, can be found here.
Among the agenda items are: approvals for applications being made to the state Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Energy and Mineral Impact Fund for the city’s new fire station on Oak Street; a proclamation declaring April Child Abuse Prevention Month; a resolution approving a new appointment to the city’s Historic Preservation Commission.
Also on the agenda as first readings, setting public hearings, two ordinances concerning the Groover annexation at 7285 C.R.160: one for the annexation itself, and one determining its zoning as R-2, or medium density.
The agenda includes Council member, Mayor, Treasurer, and staff reports, a report from the Board of County Commissioners, and an Executive Session concerning negotiations for a Sewer System Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Salida and the Town of Poncha Springs. Discussions on the need for expanding the system to accommodate rapid growth in Poncha Springs date back to 2019.
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