(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Riverton City Council tonight will have the third and final reading on ordinances streaming permitting processes within the city for Child Care, Catering and Home Occupation Permits. Those permits previously were approved by the City Council, but the new ordinances switch approval to the city’s administrative staff and reduce the amount of time it takes to obtain a permit.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Riverton School Board meets tonight with a light agenda. Only two action items are listed, including a staff resignation and acceptance of revised job descriptions for Special Education.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – It falls under the heading of fireworks, but it really isn’t. It is a small bore cannon that would be shot off following each Riverton score for their football games beginning next month at Wolverine Field. There is no projectile that comes from the cannon.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Riverton City Council meets in regular session tonight at City Hall. The agenda is light for the meeting, with only one action item on the agenda and Citizen Awards to be presented by Police Chief Mike Broadhead. The awards will be presented to Laurie Morgan, Angela Bihr who assisted an unconscious driver on Oct. 11, 2013 and to Zachary Wednt, who was calm under literal fire when his home caught ablaze and he followed dispatcher’s instructions to the tee.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Four months after a group of Lander parents and stakeholders presented a list of more than 40 questions to the Fremont County School District 1 Board of Education, a response is expected Tuesday evening.
By Joshua Scheer, reporter, county10.com
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Tuesday night’s meeting of the Riverton City Council could be one of the shortest of the year, due to the election. The only items on the agenda are declaration of a quorum, approval of the agenda, and the consent agenda. Items in the consent agenda include approval of the minutes from the 0ct. 16th regular council meeting, the Nov. 5th Finance Committee meeting and approval of the Finance Committee Recommendations on payment of city bills.
City council members also approved the first pay request from Shepard Construction totaling $15,300 for the initial stage of a remodeling project at the Child Development Services building and adopted a plan with language to complay with state statutes regarding hiring preferences for Wyoming resident design firms.