Riverside Town Council tidies up for winter

Bids received for snow removal


October 20, 2022

Riverside Town Council’s first visitor was Leslie Jefferson, CEO for Carbon County Visitor’s Council (CCVC). Jefferson gave a presentation of the new sales and marketing programs that are being launched by CCVC. Jefferson introduced Megan McComas who is the innovator of these exciting projects that are being implemented to encourage tourism.

Helen Weiland, South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) representative, said that the website is active. Tne new website can be accessed at http://www.scwems.org. The site has all kinds of information about the ambulance service including bylaws. They had one more EMT pass his certification. There are a few more students that will be testing soon.

Mayor Leroy Stephenson put together a request for bids for constructing the new restrooms with the plans for the council to consider.

Snow removal bids were published and Councilmember Fred Lorenz presented two bids that had been received. The bids were read and the council accepted the bid from Platte Valley Forest Management due to the type of equipment they have to mitigate problems with snow removal.

A zoning and building permit concerning Shawn and Linda Brown’s property is still being considered by the council. A motion was made to approve the permit with the stipulation that the shelter be built on Brown’s property and was approved.

The next Riverside Town Council meeting will November 10, 2022 at 6 pm.


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