Wednesday, April 25, 2012


TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

APRIL 9, 2012

 

The Silver Plume Board of Trustees met on Monday, April 9, 2012, at its regularly scheduled meeting at the Small Town Hall.  Mayor Ballard called the meeting to order at 7:07 p.m.

The following roll was recorded:

Earl Ballard              present

John Busenitz             present
Gary Regester    present

Sean Arkley       excused

Jeff Best          present
Fred Lyssy                  present

Alessandria Regester     excused
 
Others present: Nicholas Regester, Curt Osborne, Eben Mond, Scott Shafer, Claire Mootz and staff Jodi Candlin.
 
AGENDA APPROVAL
G. Regester made a motion to approve the amended agenda as follows:  Resolution 2012-01 changed to Open Records Policy, Mootz' water and sewer bill, Whitney sewer bill, letter to Fire Chief Kelly Babeon, Haskins' lawsuit and towns' licenses for businesses under New Business.  Lyssy seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

OPEN RECORDS POLICY

Resolution 2012-01 has been changed to an Open Records Policy.  This policy is for people who want minutes, drawings, etc. There is a budget for the town clerk to do town business but not for people who want to inspect records, minutes, drawings, etc.   There has been a recent request for minutes for the past two years and per the town's attorney, the town should charge for the town clerk's time.  This started as a resolution but has since been turned into a policy and the Historic Lands District policy was used as a template.  F. Lyssy sent the town's policy to Barbara Green, the town's attorney, and she made changes.  F. Lyssy added the minimum fee of $30.

 

G. Regester made a motion to approve the Town of Silver Plume's Open Records Policy.  Lyssy seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

MOOTZ' WATER AND SEWER BILL

The Mootz' water line broke and did significant damage to their home as well as resulting in a very large water and sewer bill.  Claire Mootz was out of the country at the time the water line broke and was alerted by her realtor.  Wilson Franklin contacted Jodi Candlin on the Mootz' behalf and requested that Rick Gaubatz turn the water off at their curb stop.  R. Gaubatz was unsuccessful due to the curb stop being filled with rocks and again during his second attempt because the curb stop was filled with frozen water.  J. Candlin left a message for C. Mootz to this effect letting her know the town was unsuccessful and to turn the water off inside the house.  C. Mootz was hired a plumber who was able to turn the water off at the curb stop.  The town asked that C. Mootz submit her water and sewer bill to her insurance company for payment and they sent a letter back denying the claim because they did not have water damage insurance, only fire damage.  Mayor Ballard checked with the Town of Georgetown to ask what they would do in a situation such as this and the town administrator said he had the ability to make changes to the bill but the treasurer said that should not be the case.  F. Lyssy spoke to the Consolidated Mutual Water Company that handles water distribution in parts of Golden, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge and other areas.  They do not give any allowances and will only stretch out the payment time.  There are costs associated with the town processing water and G. Regester discussed that the town had set up the water and sewer rates to cover the cost of the plant operations.  There has also been an unofficial policy that if the owner responds quickly, the town gives them some sort of grace.  Most places would not help with this sort of problem but Mayor Ballard feels the town should help.  Claire Mootz arrived at this time and the board let her know they were discussing her agenda item.  Both C. Mootz and J. Candlin let the board know that she had given the town a check in the amount of $1257 last Thursday as a payment towards her bill.  The board decided that they would remove the 3/8 of a cent charge off of the sewer portion, the rest of the payment would be spread out over a reasonable amount of time (to be paid in full by December 1, 2012) and the town would re-calculate a reasonable water payment so the town can recoup some of its costs and not overburden its other users but no more than 50% of the bill.  The bill may possibly be reduced by $5000-$7000.  F. Lyssy said he and R. Gaubatz would work on this issue.  The town will accept C. Mootz payment of $1257.

 

WHITNEY SEWER BACKUP        

On December 14, 2011, the town's sewer backed up into the Whitney's house causing damage.  The claim was turned into CIRSA for help in compensating the Whitney's since their insurance would not pay.  CIRSA denied the claim since there was no negligence on the part of the town.  There was no negligence but Mayor Ballard felt the town had some responsibility and moral obligation to help them.  According to Becca Whitney they received a bill for approximately $3000 for new duct work and to replace the walls.

Mayor Ballard spoke to CIRSA today and they are willing to pay Silver Plume's deductible of $500 to the Whitney's as long as they accept this figure and do not take this

any further.  The town would be setting a precedent if this was accepted.  Per Mayor Ballard and R. Gaubatz this was not caused in any way by the sewer project contractor.  However, since infiltration has been decreased, this could possibly have caused the sewer to back up.  G. Regester asked that the town receive a copy of the Whitney's letter of denial from their insurance company since this is what the town is requesting of the Mootz'.  Mayor Ballard will pursue this and ask that B. Whitney give the town a firm estimate of the damage caused, that this be submitted to their insurance company and that the town receives a copy of the insurance denial letter. 

 

FIRE AUTHORITY

Mayor Ballard wrote a letter to Fire Chief Kelly Babeon on behalf of the town regarding trading the town's municipal revenue payments in exchange for allowing the Clear Creek Fire Authority full use of the Silver Plume Firehouse.  The town has not heard from Fire Chief Babeon yet on this matter. 

 

HASKINS'S EASEMENT

The easement has been signed by the town and is awaiting the Haskins' signatures.  They are in the process of cleaning the lot up and removing all materials on it so that the contractor can begin the sewer project again on April 16, 2012. 

 

TOWN LICENSES FOR BUSINESSES

It was brought to the attention of the town that Eben Mond was advertising his parent's house as a bed and breakfast.  He was advertising this as a vacation rental home by owner which is a common practice.  It was brought to the town's attention that he was also operating a ski shop.  F. Lyssy feels that the town should benefit tax wise from this operation.  E. Mond mounts skis for fun and as a hobby and is not making any money from this venture; this is not a business.  As far as the bed and breakfast, the house is owned by his parent's and is not used all of the time by them.  They asked E. Mond to rent the house out during ski season and high season.  G. Regester commented that there are definitions for this type of rental and thinks that Clear Creek County has these definitions already in place.  E. Mond discussed that this house is rented out less than 50% of the time and they are not using this as a business.  Mayor Ballard will meet with Beth Luther from Clear Creek County and ask about definitions.  E. Mond discussed that he rented out half of his house for the past 5 years and was not trying to do anything against town rules.  Mayor Ballard discussed how the town has lost several businesses over the past few years and the town's sales tax revenues are drying up and the town

needs to look into other revenue sources.

 

PELLET MILL

It was discussed that a letter needs to be written to Rosalie Bianco regarding the living situation of one of her employees who is a night watchman.  E. Mond discussed how it is difficult to drive down Main St. on the west end by the pellet mill because there are trailers and cars parked in such a way that it is hard to navigate Main St.  G. Regester discussed how the town should write up a punch list of pellet mill procedures.  This was not done prior to approval of the pellet mill and it should have been. 

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Lyssy made a motion to approve the minutes of March 26, 2012.  Busenitz seconded, G. Regester abstained and the motion passed.

 

CERTIFY ELECTION

Town Clerk Jodi Candlin certified the April 3, 2012 election with Fred Lyssy as Mayor, Jeff Best, Curt Osborne, Scott Shafer, Eben Mond, Nicholas Regester and Earl Ballard as Board of Trustees members for 2 year terms. 

 

SWEAR IN NEW MEMBERS

Town Clerk Jodi Candlin swore in Fred Lyssy as Mayor of the Town of Silver Plume.  Town Clerk Jodi Candlin swore in Jeff Best, Curt Osborne, Scott Shafer, Eben Mond, Nicholas Regester and Earl Ballard as Board of Trustees of the Town of Silver Plume. 

 

Mayor Lyssy said the board members are an important function and represent their constituents.  He is anxious to hear their viewpoints and is looking forward to working with them.  He does not want to conduct a lot of town business tonight and discussed with the board that in their packets there is Ordinance 309 which establishes procedures for adopting new ordinances and the Town of Silver Plume Charter which discusses Home Rule.  The town follows all state requirements but has the ability to modify and change the rules for the benefit of the town.  Mayor Lyssy went through the list of the different boards that each member needs to participate in.  E. Ballard stated that the reason he ran for the board again was to stay on the Sewer Commission.  It was decided that the board would have a work session on Monday, April 16, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. to further discuss the jobs each member would like to have, to get to know each other better and to establish priorities for the next 2 years.  Work sessions are public meetings and anyone can attend, the town clerk does not attend because no minutes are taken, the board can't make decisions and can only discuss matters.  Executive Sessions are not open to the public and only personnel matters and counsel from the town attorney can be discussed. E. Ballard then informed the board of the 2 lawsuits that are currently pending against the town.  The Haskins' easement agreement is one of them and the other is Silver Plume Preservation, Inc. which has brought a lawsuit against the town for approval of the transfer station at the west end of town.  The town attorney has filed a motion asking that the lawsuit be dropped.  Mayor Lyssy then asked that if any board member is a member of Silver Plume Preservation, Inc. that they recuse themselves now.  No one is a member.  E. Ballard discussed that he had recused himself from any decisions made on the transfer station for any perceived conflicts of interest but did participate in some discussions as mayor to protect the interests of the town.  He does not feel that he should recuse himself from tonight's discussion.  F. Lyssy gave the new board a little background on the transfer station.  The Board of Adjustment and Appeals approved the transfer station under certain conditions and the Board of Trustees formed a committee to make sure that all of those conditions were met.  This was a mutual agreement between both the town and Timberline Disposal and there is a signed contract.  Everything was done properly in all aspects of developing the agreement. 

 

BILLS LIST

Ballard made a motion to approve the bills list except the bill for Historic District Public Lands Commission as it had already been paid.  Osborne seconded and the motion passed unanimously. 

Discussion followed regarding the bill from Water Quality Professionals and the test for inorganics fluoride.  The board asked that J. Candlin find out if this is a recurring test and how often this is tested as the amount seemed to be high. 

 

With no further business to come before the board the meeting adjourned at 9:30 p.m.


Friday, April 20, 2012

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

APRIL 23, 2012

7:00 P.M. MEETING

AGENDA

 

7:00 Call to Order and Roll Call
7:05 Agenda Approval -- Motion to approve agenda is requested
7:10 Bills List
7:15 Public comment 

New Business

7:20  Sewer Project Update (if any)

7:25 Argentine Central Railroad/Pavilion Point trail – Beth Luther, Sharon Rossino and Frank Young

7:40 John Volk, Water Quality Control Professionals – Report on town water plant tests

7:55 Board appointments and assignments

 Old Business

None

 Information & Update Agenda

8:10 Updates from the following areas, if any, will be presented:

Water Update
Sewer Committee

I-70 Coalition
DRCOG
Loop Park Committee
Park Committee
Infrastructure
Staff Follow-Up  

8:40 Approve Minutes – 04/09/12

Executive Session

Receive counsel re: ongoing town legal issues

8:50 Adjourn



Wednesday, April 18, 2012

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

 

The Silver Plume Board of Trustees met on Monday, March 26, 2012, at its regularly scheduled meeting at the Small Town Hall.  Mayor Ballard called the meeting to order at 7:19 p.m.

The following roll was recorded:

Earl Ballard              present

John Busenitz             present
Gary Regester    excused

Sean Arkley       present
Jeff Best          present
Fred Lyssy                  present

Alessandria Regester     excused
 
Others present: Gerald Haskins and staff Rick Gaubatz and Jodi Candlin.
 
AGENDA APPROVAL
Arkely made a motion to approve the amended agenda as follows:  complaint regarding Rick Gaubatz under New Business and Chris and Claire Mootz' water bill under Old Business.  Lyssy seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

BILLS LIST

Lyssy made a motion to pay the bills except the Clear Creek Fire Authority bill pending action from results of letter sent to them trading the town's financial contribution in exchange for their full use of the Silver Plume Firehouse.  Arkley seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

Discussion followed regarding the bill from the Clear Creek Fire Authority.  They are billing the town for $10,572 for 2012.  Mayor Ballard and F. Lyssy met with Fire Chief Kelly Babeon regarding the amount of municipal revenue payments Silver Plume must pay to the Clear Creek Fire Authority.  Fire Chief Babeon discussed that Silver Plume's contribution is a small part of their budget and less than 1% of their calls are in Silver Plume.  He would like the town to exchange their financial contribution for full use of the Silver Plume Firehouse.  Volunteers will still cover calls in Silver Plume so there will not be a lack of service for this exchange.  Mayor Ballard and F. Lyssy agree with Fire Chief Babeon as do the other board members.  Mayor Ballard will write a letter to Fire Chief Babeon letting him know the town is in agreement with this arrangement. 

 

 

 

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

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PUBLIC COMMENT
None.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

SEWER PROJECT UPDATE

GMS, Inc. provided a packet in the amount of $2597.40 to be paid to GMS, Inc. from the Water Pollution Control Fund.

Arkley made a motion to approve payment in the amount of $2597.40 to GMS, Inc. from the Water Pollution Control Fund.  Lyssy seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TOWN OF SILVER PLUME AND THE HASKIN'S FAMILY

John Sullivan, town attorney, provided an easement agreement that had been reviewed by him and Nathan Berger, the Haskins' attorney.  After reviewing the easement agreement, Mayor Ballard noted that in Item No. 6 the water tap was for a 1" water tap and not for a ¾" water tap that had been previously agreed upon. 

Lyssy made a motion to approve the amended easement agreement with the deletion of the 1" water tap and the addition of the ¾" water tap as previously agreed upon.  Arkley seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

APPROVE RESOLUTION 2012-01, RESOLUTION TO APPOINT ELECTION JUDGES

Arkley made a motion to approve Resolution 2012-01, a Resolution to Appoint Election Judges with Rick Caldwell as Head Election Judge and Fritz Fox and Robert Graham as Election Judges.  Busenitz seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

APPROVE RESOLUTION 2012-02, FOR THE COLLECTION OF COSTS OF RESEARCH AND COPIES

F. Lyssy wrote this resolution with the intention that the cost for research ($20.00 per hour) not be the final number.  Mayor Ballard spoke to Janine Weeds, former town clerk, who thinks the amount listed in the resolution should be higher than it is.  G. Regester thinks it should be higher as well and emailed the resolution to the town's attorney, Barbara Green, to get her opinion.  After much discussion, it was decided that the board should wait to see what Barbara Green suggests and put this resolution in the next agenda for approval.  Mayor Ballard will email Sarah Franklin and let her know that the board will approve this resolution at the next meeting and then will be able to provide the minutes she has requested with the proper fee amount.

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

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PERMISSION REQUEST FROM SLACKER RACE TO RACE WITHIN SILVER PLUME TOWN LIMITS

The Slacker Race will be held June 23, 2012, and will travel on the frontage road through Silver Plume to the bike path.  The town has always supported this race as it raises funds for many worthwhile causes in the county.  The board would like to make sure that trash is picked up and sufficient port-o-potties are provided.

Lyssy made a motion to approve the Slacker Race within the town limits of Silver Plume.  Arkley seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

 

COMPLAINT REGARDING RICK GAUBATZ

Mayor Ballard received a complaint from Jill LaGiglia regarding Rick Gaubatz who tore her "House for Sale" sign down off the utility pole in front of her house.  She reviewed the town ordinances and did not find posting signs on utility poles to be illegal.  R. Gaubatz answered to the board that a previous board had directed him to remove signs from town property and utility poles and they had adopted a Municipal Sign Code.  He was following the previous boards' directions and the Municipal Sign Code.  Mayor Ballard asked if the board should retain its sign policy and there were mixed feelings.  It was discussed that the new board should make ordinances a priority and in the meantime, follow what is currently in place.  R. Gaubatz asked that Mayor Ballard call Jill LaGiglia and explain this situation to her. 

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

CHARLES JEDELE - SEWER 825 WILLIS ST.

R. Gaubatz received the figures of $80.00/ft for laying the sewer line and $4500 for a manhole from Jim Noble, Inc.  There would be 150' of pipe to lay so the cost would be approximately $12,000.  Other companies that R. Gaubatz contacted declined to give him cost estimates. 

 

INFORMATION AND UPDATE AGENDA
 

WATER  

Chris and Claire Mootz wrote a letter to the board regarding the burst pipes at their house, the damage the house sustained and the large water and sewer bill the burst pipes generated.  The letter asked for help from the board in reducing their bill as they could not pay the bill and their insurance company denied their claim for damages.  The board decided that Mayor Ballard will talk to Georgetown to see what action they would take in a case like this and F. Lyssy will talk to City of Lakewood to find out what action they would take.  They will report their findings at the next meeting and in the meantime, Mayor Ballard will write a letter to the Mootz' asking that they submit their water and

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

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sewer bill to their insurance company and if denied, provide a letter of denial to the board.  R. Gaubatz reported that when the power went out a few weekends ago, there were problems with the water plant but he and John Volk worked together to solve them.

 

PELLET MILL

Due to a video that was made by Eben Mond and sent to the county about the pellet mill, Mayor Ballard and F. Lyssy made a site visit to the pellet mill to investigate the issues shown in the video.  The video prompted a visit from the Army Corp. of Engineers as well as the county health department.  There was a box frozen in the creek as well as a pellet mill bag, logs hanging over the creek and sawdust on the banks of the creek.  By the time Mayor Ballard and F. Lyssy made a site visit, the logs had been removed in the normal course of cleaning up, the pellet bag was gone and the box will be removed once the creek thaws.  The sawdust was on the banks of the creek to mitigate the loose soil.  After the site visits from the various agencies, it was found that the pellet mill was in compliance.  There are a few piles of frozen sawdust from the previous chipper and those piles will be removed once they have thawed.  There is a new chipper in place which has significantly cut down on the sawdust. 

 

SEWER

Mayor Ballard, F. Lyssy, J. Candlin and Clay Brown from DOLA met regarding eventual formation of a sewer authority. Each person was tasked with certain items in preparation for this formation which will be some time in the future.  The idea is to proceed toward an authority in a step by step fashion and move slowly and carefully.  C. Brown said that Georgetown wants Silver Plume to contribute more funds towards its portion of the wastewater costs due to the large amount of zinc Silver Plume generates.  Mayor Ballard discussed that at the last B.O.C.C. meeting, sludge was discussed and how it can be turned into fertilizer instead of disposing it elsewhere which drives costs up. 

 

LOOP PARK COMMITTEE

The last meeting was cancelled.


DRCOG

There are not any significant issues affecting Silver Plume.

 

I-70

Nicholas Regester has expressed an interest in being the I-70 representative if he is elected to the board.



 

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

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PARK 

Work continues on the pavilion with an estimated finish date of May 1, 2012.  The pavilion will operate only in the summer months.  R. Gaubatz wondered what the policy on the bathrooms will be as far as cleaning and maintenance.  It is hoped that with the money in the Conservation Trust Fund, a person can be hired to clean and maintain the bathrooms.  Grants can also be applied for to help maintain the bathrooms.  R. Gaubatz suggested having the staff at the museum open and closes the bathrooms each day.  

 

INFRASTRUCURE 

F. Lyssy has spoken to a person at Climax about grant programs they have in order for the town to acquire new road and bridge equipment.  Those grants are available in August. 


STAFF UPDATE

The board reviewed the Government Payments contract in order for the town to begin accepting credit cards for water and sewer payments.

Lyssy made a motion to enter into a contract with Government Payments in order for the town to accept credit cards for water and sewer payments.  Arkley seconded and the motion passed unanimously.

J. Candlin contacted the Town of Georgetown and City of Idaho Springs regarding their websites.  Patrick Brauge designed and maintains both of them but he is no longer in this business.  J. Candlin asked G. Regester if he could help with a website and he said he can.  If he is unable, S. Arkley can help.

 

OTHER UPATES

There was a group of people drinking and shooting guns on the Argentine Central earlier in the week.  They were on the trail by the town's water tank and R. Gaubatz put a stop to this.  The town received a letter from the county about dirt from the sewer project that has been dumped at the water plant.  The dirt will stay at the plant and will be smoothed down with grass planted on it.  The county became involved because they felt the town should pay a permit fee for dumping dirt even though the water plant is on town owned property.  The town does not appreciate the county overstepping its bounds and F. Lyssy will speak to Joann Sorenson about this when he meets with her about the site visit to the pellet mill. 

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Lyssy made a motion to approve the minutes of March 12, 2012.  Arkley seconded, Best abstained and the motion passed.

 

 

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

MARCH 26, 2012

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The board adjourned the regular session and went into Executive Session to receive counsel regarding ongoing town legal issues.

 

The board adjourned the Executive Session at 10:15 p.m.

 

Respectfully submitted:

Jodi Candlin

 Town Clerk




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Monday, April 9, 2012

New Town Board Sworn in Tonight

From left to right:  Curt Osborne, Eben Mott, Jeff Best, former Mayor Earl Ballard, Nicholas Regester, Scott Shafer and Town Clerk Jodi Candlin.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Purpose and History of the Town Website

Posted April 06, 2012  Happy Easter

TownofSilverPlume.Org Website

This website was developed by the late John Calhoun, a former member of the
Silver Plume Town Board who served as an untiring advocate for our Town. His
thoughtful guidance and his overall contributions to the Town are sorely missed and
this website is used to proudly present the heart of the Town. It is used for posting
of our Town's Melodrama , Town significant events and Town Board business.

The Website – townofsilverplume.org – is a community website that has existed for
the past several years. It hosts information about our community events and activities.
There has been a request for Town business to be posted on a website so this site
was chosen to host that information. It was chosen because it did not require the
development of a new website, is operated at no cost to the Town (an important
consideration) and is the most recognizable of all web addresses for the Town. The
Town Board activities are an important aspect of our Town activities.

-Fred Lyssy, Mayor Elect

Agenda April 09, 2012

TOWN OF SILVER PLUME
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
APRIL 09, 2012        
7:00 P.M.
AGENDA

7:00 Call to Order and Roll Call
7:05 Approve minutes of March 26, 2012
7:10 Swear in new members – Town Clerk
7:20 Certify Election
7:25 Call to Order and Roll Call
7:30Agenda Approval -- Motion to approve agenda is requested
7:35 Bills List
7:40 Public comment

New Business

7:50 Sewer Project Update (if any)
8:00 Board Appointments and Assignments

Old Business

8:20 Approve Resolution 2012-02, for the Collection of Costs of Research and Copies
8:30 Chris and Claire Mootz insurance denial letter re: water bill

                        Information & Update Agenda

8:45  Updates from the following areas, if any, will be presented:
Water Update
            Sewer Committee
            I-70 Coalition
DRCOG
            Loop Park Committee
            Park Committee
            Staff Follow-Up  

Executive Session

Receive counsel re: ongoing town legal issues

9:15 Adjourn



Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Election results

Here is the result of the election from April 3, 2012:

The Town of Silver Plume Election results are as follows:

Fred E. Lyssy, Mayor, 51 votes

Earl J. Ballard, Trustee, 45 votes
Jeffery A. Best, Trustee, 55 votes
Curt L. Osborne, Trustee, 54 votes
Nicholas Regester, Trustee, 50 votes
Scott (Scooter) Shafer, Trustee, 47 votes
Eben Mond, Trustee, 36 votes


Gary Regester, not re-elected, 33 votes



Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Agenda March 26, 2012


TOWN OF SILVER PLUME
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
MARCH 26, 2012
7:00 P.M. MEETING
AGENDA


7:00 Call to Order and Roll Call
7:05 Agenda Approval -- Motion to approve agenda is requested
7:10 Bills List
7:15 Public comment

New Business

7:20  Sewer Project Update (if any)
7:30 Agreement between the Town of Silver Plume and the Haskin's family
7:45 Approve Resolution 2012-01, Resolution to Appoint Election Judges
7:50 Approve Resolution 2012-02, for the Collection of Costs of Research and Copies
8:00 Permission Request from Slacker Race to race within Silver Plume Town Limits

Old Business

8:05 Chuck Jedele - Sewer 825 Willis St.

 Information & Update Agenda

8:10 Updates from the following areas, if any, will be presented:

Water Update
Sewer Committee
I-70 Coalition
DRCOG
Loop Park Committee
Park Committee
Infrastructure
Staff Follow-Up – Accept Credit Cards for water and sewer payments, website update

8:30 Approve Minutes – 03/12/12

Executive Session

Receive counsel re: ongoing town legal issues

9:45 Adjourn



Jodi Candlin