As of October 26, 2020, it’s still fire season in Colorado.
This quilt has been donated by Ann Neely to help cover medical expenses for Levi Garchar. Levi Garchar was hurt in a farming accident in September, and has to make numerous trips up to Grand Junction for physical therapy.
Dove Creek demolished Vail Christian in Friday night’s (10/9) season opening game with a score of 52-20.
The October Board of Trustees meeting was opened by Mayor Martin directly into the Public Hearing: the second and final reading of Ordinance 228, Series 2020, An Ordinance Establishing Subdivision Regulations for the Town of Dove Creek. The ordinance is designed to be a baseline regulation for any kind of future subdivision in the town – with the ability for variances to be granted. Mayor Martin asked Attorney Green to further explain the ordinance; and, the wheels came off of the coronavirus-induced online Zoom meeting. I loaned my laptop to the cause and the meeting was back in business. Mayor Martin asked if there was any discussion either for or against. There was none. Trustee Gersch motioned to accept, trustee Hancock seconded and a unanimous vote to approved led to the close of the public hearing.
The gardening season is coming to an end soon in Dolores County but there is one important thing left to do and that is to get ready to plant garlic. Garlic is one of my favorite crops for a number of reasons.