CCCOG gets project bids for tax
Council of governments tallies town projects for 6th penny tax at $76M, calls for Nov. 28 special meeting
November 21, 2018
The Carbon County Council of Governments (CCCOG) met at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 14 at the Jeffery Center in Rawlins.
Steve Nicholson, the chairman, Kenda Colman, vice chairman and Morgan Irene, secretary/treasurer were all in attendance.
Financials, minutes from Sept. 19 and the agenda were approved in timely manner.
Jon Nelson, owner of North Fork Engineering, gave an update of fundraising efforts being made on educational material for the Specific Purpose tax, also known as the 6th penny tax. He said that he had collected $16,500 and expected to hit the goal of $18,000 from different stakeholde...