Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1977 · Page 7
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Wed., June 8,1977 CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 7 City begins gearing up for 78 budget process Although slightly more than half this city budget year remains, officials are beginning to gear up for the 1978 budget process. And, emphasizing the figure remains highly tentative, City Finance Director Leonard Wiest said early this week that the 1978 city revenue, picture looks very optimistic, with a potential level "close to" $20 million in income. Asst. City Manager Tom Dority pointed out the full-year revenue estimate for the current year is $17 million. among Morrell. Dority. Wiest Wiest said he and Dority have and city department heads, begun to update the city's five- one new aspect to the city year financial forecast, with those projections likely going to fiscal process. Wiest said, will be an added public hearing on City Manager Pete Morrell late proposed city use of federal next week. revenue sharing funds. City council may receive the updated forecast at its June 21 Required under congressional meeting, Wiest said, with a renewal of that largely no- council work session likely strings federal funding scheduled shortly thereafter on program for state and local the forecast and general 1978 governments, the added budget policy. heating likely will be conducted July and August are slated ty council in early Aujusl, for detailed budgeting sessions Wiest said. Greeley Jaycees win state honors Gift of greener/ The Lab School at the University of Northern Colorado is a little greener now, Christmas project. In foreground with shovels are, left, Tim Sartz, 10,114 38th thanks to the efforts of local Cub Scout Pack No. 200, Dens 1, 3 and 4, whose Ave. and Kurt Kuck, 11,190312th Ave.(UNC News Service photo) members donated a Colorado Blue Spruce to the grounds from money earned in a State decision on Greeley sewer delayed UyRONTOLLEFSON Tribune Staff Writer Decision of the state water quality panel on a $511,500 federal grant sought by Greeley for design work on a new sewage treatment plant in the delta area east of the city, and on other sewer system projects, has been delayed for a month. That was the report made to city council Tuesday night, by City Manager Pete Morrell following a hearing earlier in the day in Denver before the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission. Morrell said the state body took the matter under study after residents east of Greeley, formed as the Delta Environmental Protective Association (DEPA), raised a number of opposing questions about the proposed plant. City Water-Sewer Director Darryl Alleman had indicated it appeared to him that the questions already had been dealt with by federal studies under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Morrell, pointing to the 30- day state study, noted the delta -City council summary- City council Tuesday night: 1. Approved reports from two recent committee-of-the-whole sessions. 2. Approved rezoning, from' multi-family residential (R-3) to C-4 (service business) to allow a retail outlet for lawn, sports and recreational vehicle equipment on two lots at 24th Street and 6lh Avenue. 3. Expressed interest and referred to a committee-of-the- whole session requests from residents near Jackson School for improving the school playground, in a joint effort with the school district, for community recreational uses. 4. Approved a $367,000 community development grant budget in which $145,000 would be used for a north-city community .center, $21,000 for handicapped-access improvements at five parks and about $201,000 for a start at land buying in the block just west of the city complex for future community center development. . 5. Approved vacating about a block each of the routings of 6th Street and 2nd Avenue just west of the U.S. 85 by-pass. 6. Approved the final plat for College Green second filing at 16th Street and 45th Avenue. Councilman Joe Murphy abstained due to possible conflict of interest. 7. Scheduled a public hearing- for July 19 in a new application by Rita J. Archer for a 3.2 beer license for Rita's Inn, 215 N. 8th Ave. Matter initially had been proposed as a license transfer from Thomas and Lydia Chagolla to Rita Archer; however that license recently expired. 8. Set a public hearing for June 21 on Fourth of July week 3.2 beer special event permits sought for the Island Grove Park area by Greeley Independence Stampede Inc., Wranglers Inc., and Greeley Jaycees Inc. 9. Approved 3.2 beer licensee corporate officer changes of Denver Pizza Inc., doing business as Pizza Hut, 2439 10th St. and 2420 8th Ave. 10. Renewed beer or liquor licenses for Pizza Hut, 2439 10th St., The Brewery, 2215 9lh St., Classic -Lanes, 2425 8th Ave., and 7-11 Store, 3218 W. 10th St. 11. On a 6-1 vote, with Councilman Tom Starr dissenting, reverted five all-day permit parking spaces on the north side of llth Street just west of 9th Avenue to 30-minute parking status. First National Bank officials had asked that all spaces along llth Street between 9th 'and 10th avenues be changed from all-day'permit to two-hour status. 12. Referred to a committee- of-the-whole session consideration of adding or updating codes used by the city inspection agency, including building, solar energy, mechanical, swimming pool, plumbing, sign and housing codes. 13. Approved a city-school district pilot project at Heath Junior High School for leisure use and community education. 14. Approved 5-2, with Mayor George Hall and Councilwoman Irma Princic dissenting, a $265,000 loan from the Linn Grove Cemetery endowment fund for designing and installing an automatic sprinkler system at Highland Hills Golf Course. 15. Approved a city agreement with the Weld County Health Department through June 1998 for sampling and testing city water under new federal standards. 16. Approved an ordinance on first reading zoning as PUD (planned unit development) part of Country Club Estates annexation, 43rd Avenue, south of W. 10th Street. 17. Approved an ordinance on first reading zoning as single- family residential (R-l) and multi-family residential (R-3) parts of Country Club Estates annexation. 18. Approved an ordinance on first reading enacting the 80- acre Piedalue annexation, west of 35th Avenue and south of 10th Street. 19. Made several appointments to city boards and commissions. ; 20. Scheduled several council committee sessions: finance committee at 4 p.m. June 20 on choice of an independent city auditor; council committee-of- the-whole at 7 a.m. June 23, Holiday Inn, on city-police collective bargaining and inspection agency codes, and public works committee at 8 a.m. June 23on an Island Grove Park water line. 21. Approved a revocable permit allowing a fence adjacent to the street for the residence of Jim Koeltzow, 403 35th Ave. Koeltzow said he was aware the.fence would have t r . be moved when 4th Street is widened. plant still must also face reviews by the Weld County Commissioners and regional officials. "I hope we get this done before you retire," quipped Mayor George Hall to Morrell. Councilman Warren Terry, who attended the state session Tuesday, urged all council and city water-sewer panel members to attend the state body's meeting in a month. "It looks like numbers of people tend to count," said Terry. Alleman earlier had pointed out the $511,500 grant package before the state body would be the federal share, along with $223,500 city funding, for design and related work on the $3.24 million initial-stage construction of a delta plant; $977,000 upgrading of the city's 1st Avenue plant, $1.3 million construction of a Lower Poudre sewer interceptor line and a $272,500 sewage sludge re-use and disposal system. Earlier, Alleman said it was hoped design work could proceed quickly on the delta plant, with specific plant site identified soon, so that the city could move to the county and regional reviews. Several Greeley Jaycees won top awards at a recent Colorado Jaycees State Convention at Pueblo. Bruce Scott was winner in an extemporaneous speaking contest called "Speak Up," and David Markiey was a finalist in this contest. Ken Knutson was a finalist in "Prepared Speak Up." Steve Jesson was finalist for "Spark Plug of the Year," and J. Roger White was finalist for "Spoke of the Year." ' The Greeley chapter won first place and the sweepstakes trophy in "chapter management;" second place in " c o m m u n i t y a c t i o n programming," and third place in "Parade of Chapters." Mike Johannes, last year's local president, ran and was elected to the office of programming vice president, projects and programs on the He will be in charge of all state level for 1977-78. In ancient Egypt, honey was used as an embalming material. ··?* t Kodak paper. For a good look at the times of your life. 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