Rock Springs City Council Agenda for March 3

Rock Springs City Council Agenda for March 3

The Rock Springs City Council received a letter about its residential snow-removal practices and procedures. City of Rock Springs photo

ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs City Council will host its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 3, at 7 pm.

The meeting will take place in the Council Chambers in City Hall, at 212 D Street. The Council will approve the minutes of the last regular meeting, which took place on February 18.

During bid openings, the Council will review submitted bids for the sale of a parcel deemed “Open Space” between lots 817 and 797 of the Johnson PUD Subdivision, in Rock Springs. The 12,866-square feet parcel can only be used as a parking area. This property has been appraised with the restriction at $38,500. The city will reject all bids under $25,000.

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Under presentations, Sweetwater County Public Health Department Director Kim Lionberger and Public Health Response Coordinator Carla Roich will provide information on Covid-19 (Coronavirus).

The Council has set aside some time to discuss the Specific Purpose Tax revised priority list.

Under correspondence, the Council received a letter from resident Marisa Salazar, who has suggestions on how the city can improve its residential snow-removal program. Salazar believes the city should start plowing residential streets so residents aren’t getting their vehicles stuck. Salazar reviewed the city’s snow removal plan and offered advise on how to change it.

Another letter was submitted to the Council from Ciner Wyoming LLC. In the letter, Ciner provides notification of its intent to apply for an industrial siting permit for its Unit 8 capacity expansion project.

Under new business, the Council will consider a renovation bid request from the Rock Springs Fire Department. The department would like to renovate the Headquarters Fire Station showers and restrooms at 600 College Drive.

Under resolutions, the Council will review a resolution accepting and approving a Business Ready Community Grant and Loan Program Grant agreement between the Wyoming Business Council and Rock Springs, for Phase I of the renovation of the First Security Bank Building, in the amount of $2,917,701.

You can view the complete meeting agenda here.