Chaffee BoCC Work Session presents Chaffee Housing Authority – by Jan Wondra
Beginning with the Monday, April 4, 9:00 a.m. business session of the Chaffee County Board of Commissioners (BoCC), public county meetings will be convened in person and virtually. This marks the county’s return to normal hours after two years of pandemic programming that began in March 2020.
To connect via Zoom, follow this link: https://zoom.us/j/109079543 or call 1-669-900-6833 and enter meeting ID #109079543.
The working session will include a recap of progress made by the Chaffee Housing Authority, and later in the agenda, a presentation and discussion of a potential ballot measure (Housing Authority Board and Ad Committee Leader hoc, Becky Gray) that could divert tourism marketing funds to affordable prices. housing now that HB22-1117 has been promulgated.
This will be followed by reports from the planning and engineering departments and an update on the Chaffee County Fairgrounds and the county fair itself. The stewards will also discuss a GARNA/AHRA request for a waiver of the discharge fee for the Spring Clean-Up, Green-Up event.
At approximately 10:30 a.m., Region 5 Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) representative Jamie Grim will provide an update on planned transportation projects, followed by an overview of the Dark Sky initiative presented to others county municipalities by Dani Robben of San Luis Valley Great Outside (SLV GO!).
A follow-up discussion may include a county decision on observing International Dark Sky Week from April 22-30.
Also on the afternoon agenda is a BoCC discussion on extending the county’s temporary moratorium on the submission, acceptance or processing of road and lane vacation applications in the city of Nathrop pending review of a full transportation plan. Commissioners will conclude their working session with a discussion of the BlueTriton brand reconciliation report on philanthropic contribution.