Jill Markey will present a request for the town to buy green power from San Miguel Power Association; Josh Freed, from the Chamber of Commerce, will talk about True Grit Days, scheduled for Sept. 5-6; and “Planet” Janet Smith will present the council with the results of her survey and petition regarding the cessation of magnesium chloride use for dust control on town roadways.
In addition, council will consider adoption of an ordinance providing for golf cart use on town streets. They will also hear a request from Adam Dubroff, of Ridgway Hot Springs, for an extension to meet the conditions for final plat approval of his hotel development at the junction of Colo. Hwy. 62 and U.S. Hwy. 550.
In policy matters, an ordinance will be introduced providing for revised parking regulations in the historic business district. Council will also consider passage of an ordinance providing incentives for the use of solar energy systems. The incentives will comprise a sales tax rebate for the installation within town limits of solar electric or hot water systems.
A complete agenda for the meeting is posted at Ridgway Town Hall at 201 N. Railroad St.