Briefs for Oct. 17, 2003
Yampa water, sewer rates likely to increase
Yampa residents likely will see an increase to base water and sewer rates beginning next January.
The rates are expected to go up to $23 for each, compared with the $17.50 for water and $18 for sewer that residents have been paying since 1999, Town Clerk Janet Ray said.
The months that 5,000 gallons of water are allowed at the base rate versus 15,000 gallons also is likely to change.
Most of the changes are because of increases in operational costs, Ray said. There will be an explanation of what the additional dollars will fund by the end of this month.
School Board forum will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday
A candidates’ forum for Steamboat Springs School Board hopefuls is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at Steamboat Springs High School. The forum is being organized by the parent information committees at each district school. The forum will include a structured question-and-answer period followed by questions from those in attendance. Each candidate also will have a table set up where they can distribute literature and answer questions.
‘A Taste of Fashion’ is Sunday at the Grand
The Yampa Valley BPW will host “A Taste of Fashion” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday in the Spring Creek Room of the Steamboat Grand Hotel. The event is planned in recognition of the 75th National Business Women’s Week, and to raise funds for the Yampa Valley Community Foundation Scholarship Fund. Admission is $15 at the door.
The fund helps the graduating women of Routt County achieve their scholastic goals, BPW’s Candice Dean Jones said.
A Taste of Fashion will include wine, dessert, fashion, jewelry, door prizes and a silent auction. The local chapter of BPW works with the national organization to achieve equity for women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information, Dean Jones said. Call 870-0497.
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