Jena Doak, [email protected]
October 5, 2021– Tonight both the Rock Springs and Green River City Councils will be in regular sessions. The meetings will begin at 7 p.m. at their respective City Halls.
Rock Springs City Council
First, on the agenda, Rock Springs Mayor Timothy A. Kaumo will officially proclaim October to be National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a month designed to support victims and to bring community awareness to domestic violence.
A hearing will be held acknowledging a request filed with the City by Amundsen Construction, Inc. calling for modifications to the Official Zoning Map of the City of Rock Springs.
There will be a discussion summarizing the City of Rock Springs Weed control. They will talk about which species of weeds were treated, as well as the chemicals used. Weed control started in May of this year.
City of Rock Springs General Fund Financial Report Summary for August 2021 will be itemized.
A letter from a Wyoming resident pleading an end to the BLM roundups will be read, as well as a letter from a wild horse photographer concerning BLM.
There will be a discussion concerning a request from the Police Department in regard to filling a vacant Animal Control Officer I position.
They will approve the Rock Springs High School Homecoming Parade route and the 24th Annual Lighted Holiday Parade path.
Before adjournment, the Council will consider a number of resolutions and ordinances.
Complete Rock Springs City Council agenda here.
Green River City Council
Similar to Rock Springs, Mayor Pete Rust will declare October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, as well as Breast Cancer Awareness and Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
Complete Green River City Council agenda here.