Briefs: Red Cliff seeks new town trustee
Vail, CO Colorado
RED CLIFF ” There is a vacany on Red Cliff’s town board of trustee.
The seat is a nine-month term, running from July 2 until the next town election in April, 2008.
The new trustee will be appointed by the board of trustees at its July 2 meeting, which is a 7 p.m. at 400 Pine Street in Red Cliff.
Candidates must be over 21, have been a resident of the town for one year, not been mayor or trustee for the past eight years and not been convicted of a felony.
The candidate must live in the town throughout the term.
Anyone who is interested should contact the Town of Red Cliff clerk by 3 p.m., June 29 to be considered for appointment.
EAGLE-VAIL ” High school students who have failed classes and want to make up credit can take summer classes at Battle Mountain High School.
The summer session runs from June 11 to June 28, Monday through Thursday, and classes are from 8 to 10 a.m. and from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Classes are offered in English, history, science and math. Students can take up to two courses for .5 credits each. Registration forms can be picked up at Battle Mountain High School or downloaded from the Web site: http://bmhs.eagleschools.net.
Tuition is $130 per class and limited financial assistance is available.
For more information, contact Sage Nelson at 328-7843 or e-mail at email@example.com.
VAIL ” The Roost Lodge will stay standing a few months longer than expected.
“We’re not going to break ground till next March,” said developer Kevin Deighan of Timberline Commercial Real Estate.
The lodge, built in the early ’70s. was originally scheduled to be demolished this spring to make way for a new Marriott Residence Inn as well as condos.
With the large amount of construction going on elsewhere in town, Deighan said, his team had trouble getting the contractors it needs.
But, in the meantime, the Roost will no longer operate as a hotel. It will be leased to construction companies for them to house their workers, Deighan said.
The Roost, long an inexpensive lodging choice in Vail, closed as a hotel at the end of the ski season. The new Marriott Residence Inn will have 101 hotel rooms and 28 condos.
” Edward Stoner
EDWARDS ” The 14th Annual Heuga Center Golf Tournament is June 3-4 at Cordillera in Edwards. The tournament raises funds for The Heuga Center’s programs for people living with multiple sclerosis.
“It’s inspiring to see local sponsors and golfers from two states come together for people and families living with MS,” said Heuga Center President Brian Hutchinson.
Entry fees are $375 per person or $1,400 per foursome. Fees include warm-up play on the Cordillera Short Course on Sunday and a full round at the Cordillera Mountain Course on Monday. Players also receive breakfast and lunch Monday.
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