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Montrose City Council

  • Ouray County commissioner’s road agreement with Ouray Silver Mines has reached an impasse, according to the Ouray Plaindealer. The 67 hundred Road extension project is a go after Montrose City Council approved an almost four point six million dollar contract, reports the Montrose Daily Press. The Bureau of Land Management held its 12th and final in-person public input meeting last week regarding plans to help accelerate the momentum of the clean energy economy, reports the Daily Sentinel.
  • The town of Paonia is still in search of a town administrator. During a special meeting held Tuesday morning, the hiring committee voted to reopen the position. Beginning Jan first Coloradoans will be able to save money on a Colorado Parks and Wildlife Pass, but many questions remain. Montrose City Council unanimously approved spending an additional $1.1 million dollars on the second phase of the City Hall Relocation Project.
  • Over the weekend KVNF was honored at two different events in Denver. Our news department brought home 3 third place wins, 6 second place wins, and 2 first place wins in the Top of the Rockies contest administered by the Society of Professional Journalists Colorado Chapter on behalf of chapters in Utah, New Mexico and Wyoming. At the gala for the Colorado Broadcasters Association, we earned 3 second place wins, and 2 first place wins.
  • Over the weekend KVNF was honored at two different events in Denver. Our news department brought home 3 third place wins, 6 second place wins, and 2 first place wins in the Top of the Rockies contest administered by the Society of Professional Journalists Colorado Chapter on behalf of chapters in Utah, New Mexico and Wyoming. At the gala for the Colorado Broadcasters Association, we earned 3 second place wins, and 2 first place wins.
  • This week we listen to highlights from the Forum in Montrose on March 2nd. Candidates for City Council in the April 5th election talked about why they’re running for office. Comments from Doug Glaspell, Anthony Russo, Ed Ulibarri, J. David Reed, and Barbara Bynum are edited slightly for time considerations. Candidate Paul Arbogast was a no show.
  • This week we listen to highlights from the Forum in Montrose on March 2nd. Candidates for City Council in the April 5th election talked about why they’re running for office. Comments from Doug Glaspell, Anthony Russo, Ed Ulibarri, J. David Reed, and Barbara Bynum are edited slightly for time considerations. Candidate Paul Arbogast was a no show.
  • City of Montrose public information officer William Woody stops by Studio M to recap some of the biggest capital projects underway or completed in 2021. He discusses the brand new Montrose Rotary Amphitheater, the new public safety complex, and the Sunset Mesa water tank. He also explains some pandemic impacts on the Public Works Department and shares an overview of the new comprehensive plan adopted by Montrose City Council.
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