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A disc golf course for Chatfield?

Fri, Oct 26th, 2012
Posted in Chatfield Government

Councilor Paul Novotny reported during the October 22 city council meeting that there is a proposal for a Disc Golf Course in Chatfield. Councilor Josh Thompson was absent.

The proposal for the 9 hole Disc Golf Course at Mill Creek Park had been presented by Andy Fredericks at the Parks and Recreation Committee meeting. Novotny said there will be a preliminary drawing for the next meeting.

Possible policy changes will also be discussed at the next council meeting, which is to be held on Tuesday, November 13. The changes would allow the sale of impounded vehicles and other city owned equipment on a routine basis.

Other Business In Brief

•Approval was given for the second consideration and publication of Ordinance 405, Historic Landmark Designation. This designation is for the Chatfield Center for the Arts, making it a Chatfield Heritage Landmark.

•Mayor Don Hainlen reported that they are working with the owner of a fire destroyed home to have the debris removed. They have received a quote for the work which should move forward soon.

•Malfunctioning controls in the water tower which were a problem for booster station operation have been repaired. The council approved payment of $7,004.00 to Maguire Iron for the work.

•The Third Quarter Financial Report was accepted. Kay Coe notes in the report that “the funds and general fund departments are on track.” Revenues are about at 75 percent as are expenses.

•A temporary liquor license will be issued to the Chatfield VFW Club for November 15, 16, and 17 for The Medieval Feast.

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