VAIL - A review of the Vail Golf Course Clubhouse renovation project by the Planning and Environmental Commission is scheduled to take place on Monday. The item is listed first on the Planning and Environmental Commission's agenda, which begins at 1 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers. Opportunities for public comment will be available during the meeting.
The Planning and Environmental Commission has been reviewing amendments to a conditional use permit to allow for the redevelopment of the clubhouse, located at 1775 Sunburst Drive. In response to a previous hearing by the commission, refinements to the management and operations plan and additional information on a parking management plan have been forwarded for review by the commission on behalf of the town in its role as applicant.
For more information, call Bill Gibson in the Community Development Department at 970-479-2173. Agendas are posted on the town's website at www.vailgov.com.
Suspects sought in Falcon Point Resort vandalism
Police are seeking information about vandalism at the Falcon Point Resort in Avon.
On Dec. 7, the Avon Police Department was called to the resort, where they found that the door to the fitness area had been forced open, causing damage to the door frame and deadbolt.
There was damage to the fitness, lounge and hallway areas of the resort. Officers also found damage to both the men's and women's restrooms. The women's restroom had a mirror removed and trash cans arranged in the sink with multiple light bulbs broken in them. On the mirror that was still hanging, someone wrote "I (heart) KAC or KHC 12-7-12." There was similar damage in the men's restroom.
The Avon Police Department is requesting any information that may help in identifying the suspects in this incident.
If you think you may have any information about the suspects of this crime, call the Avon Police Department at 970-748-4040 or Eagle County Crime Stoppers at 970-328-7007, 800-972-TIPS, submit your tip online at www.tip
submit.com or text a tip from your cell phone by texting "STOPCRIME" plus your message to "CRIMES" (274637).
Child advocate volunteers sought on Thursday
Eagle County is in need for volunteers to make positive differences in children's lives. Attend a volunteer information meeting for CASA of the Continental Divide on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Avon Public Library.
In 2010, there were 72,818 reports of child abuse and neglect in Colorado. CASA of the Continental Divide is a nonprofit organization that recruits and trains volunteers who are appointed by judges to watch over and advocate for abused and neglected children.
CASA of the Continental Divide's court-appointed trained volunteers advocate in court for the best interest of children who are victims of abuse and neglect in the 5th Judicial District of Colorado in order to find them safe, stable and permanent homes as soon as possible. CASA of the Continental Divide serves Eagle, Clear Creek, Summit and Lake counties.