During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Board of Trustees, recognized a group of employees from the Erie Police Department for their exceptional customer service and teamwork that was demonstrated throughout the planning and execution of the first Town-wide National Night Out event.The Erie Police Department has participated in National Night Out (NNO) events for many years, but decided to try something different in 2018. Instead of disbursing officers to various neighborhoods where they could only stay for a limited amount of time, they were going to bring all of Erie’s neighborhoods together in one location at Erie Community Park.On Tuesday, August 7th, Erie celebrated National Night Out and the event was a great success with a celebration of safety, coming together as a Town, providing a fun event for the kids and a great opportunity to meet new neighbors. A special thank you to the following staff members for their role in making the event such a success:
BACKGROUND: The STAR Award has been created to recognize and express appreciation for services rendered by Town employees who demonstrate exceptional service and/or performance in one or more of the following categories: Customer Service, Safety, Creativity, Teamwork and Outstanding Achievement.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Board of Trustees recognized Andy Greve’s for his attainment of Eagle Scout. Andy’s Eagle Scout Ceremony was on July 22nd. His Eagle Scout project was to construct 4 fishing platforms for kids at Izaak Walton Ponds in Longmont. Andy has grown up in Erie and attended Flagstaff Academy from kindergarten to 8th grade, and is now a junior at Niwot High School where he is also a member of the high school band, football, wrestling and track teams. Andy has been involved in scouting since 5th grade and is now a 3rd generation Eagle Scout and has been elected to the Order of the Arrow, the National Honor Society for Boy Scouts America, and has earned a total of 58 merit badges, 37 over the required 21 for an Eagle Scout. Congratulations, Andy!
In three separate actions, the Board of Trustees approved three special review use applications. This review process is intended to provide assurance to the community that such uses will be compatible with their locations and surrounding land uses. All three applications approved, were for “Commercial Amusement”, indoor type use businesses. The following three applications were approved:
The Erie Board of Trustees and Town Staff are excited to welcome these three new businesses to Town.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Town of Erie Board of Trustees reminded residents to complete the Town Administrator Stakeholder Survey. Strategic Government Resources (SGR), a national recruitment firm, was recently hired to perform a national recruitment for Erie’s next Town Administrator. The Town Administrator position is appointed by the Board of Trustees and is responsible to administer day-to-day operations of the Town. The Erie Board of Trustees would like to hear community and stakeholder feedback on what you think is crucial for this position. Click here to complete the survey.
View complete September 11, 2018 Board of Trustees Meeting Packet here.
The Board of Trustees will meet in a Study Session on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. The next regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. All meetings are held in the Town Hall boardroom located at 645 Holbrook Street in Erie.
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