Random Acts of Kindness Week proclaimed at latest GR Council Meeting

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Pictured Left to Right—Council members Mike Shutran, Robert Berg, Jim Zimmerman, Mayor Pete Rust, Ainhoa Ferrer on Behalf of Kindness Wyoming, Gary Killpack, George Jost.

Tanya Baer, [email protected]

GREEN RIVER, WYOMING — Last night’s City Council meeting only lasted thirty minutes but there were several items on the agenda. At the beginning of the meeting, the “Random Acts of Kindness Proclamation” was read out loud. The week of Feburary 13-19 has been proclaimed Random Acts of Kindness Week in Green River. Mayor Pete Rust encouraged the people of Green River to practice random acts of kindness in the spirit of compassion, kindness, and goodwill toward all people.

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The first public hearing about Smith’s Fuel & Concession Kiosk took place. This first discussion was about a rezoning request to change half of the chosen area from a B-2 (Downtown Business) to a B-1 (General Business) zone. As it stands, the area has two different zones but both zones would need to be the same in order for the Smith’s Fuel Kiosk to be considered. Because this discussion was a public hearing only, no votes took place.

Other items on the agenda included appointing Wendy Bartlett to the Green River Tree board which was approved. The next item was authorizing the submission of a Wyoming State fire prevention and Electrical Safety Electrical Contractor License Application to the State of Wyoming, this was also approved. The last item was the consideration of a software agreement with Convergone to help manage network services for Green River, and this was approved.

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