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Council to postpone Crossroads decision

Daily Staff Report

VAIL The Vail Town Council Tuesday will hold off on a final decision on the Crossroads renovation proposal. Final approval from the Town Council could come at the March 7 meeting, said Russ Forrest, the towns chief planner.The issue must be postponed because notice about a proposed ordinance allowing the project didnt appear soon enough as a legal notice in the Vail Daily, Forrest said.Town officials are hammering out details of the development improvement agreement, which outlines landscaping, public art, the public plaza, employee housing and road improvements. Developer Peter Knobel wants to build between 65 and 73 condos, a 10-lane bowling alley with an arcade, a three-screen movie theater, stores, restaurants and a public plaza/skating rink. The council gave preliminary approval to the project Feb. 7 with a 4-3 vote. Edward StonerVail rec district seeks candidatesVAIL There are three open seats this spring on the five-member Vail Recreation District board of directors. The election, which also includes voting for the Eagle River Water and Sanitation Districts board, is May 2. Rec district candidates can pick up nominating petitions at the rec district office next to the Ford Park softball fields on South Frontage Road. The office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Candidates must get the signature of one registered Colorado voter and turn the petition into the rec district by Friday. The board seats up for election are held by Nino Licciardi, Peter Cook and Julie Hansen, all of whom are eligible to run for re-election.To run in the election, candidates must be registered voters and a resident or property owner within the Vail Recreation District or married to a property owner within the district. For additional election information, contact Amy Ludke with the Vail Recreation District at 479-2279. Daily staff reportAdvisory boards have openingsEAGLE Eagle County has openings on its Planning Commission, the Zoning Board of Adjustments, the Building Board of Appeals and the Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission.Heres a chance to participate in the shaping and implementation of a vision for your community, said Keith Montag, the countys community development director. These commissions and boards are actively involved in the Eagle County land-use decision-making process.To apply for any of these boards, send a letter of interest to the Eagle County Community Development Department, P.O. Box 179, Eagle, CO 81631. Applications can be downloaded from http://www.eaglecounty.us. Applications must be received by March 1. Daily staff reportDownvalley rec district electionEAGLE COUNTY The Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District will hold an election for two positions on its board of directors on May 2.Nomination forms are available from Lanie Martin, the districts election official, at the agencys office at 113 E. Fourth St., Eagle, CO 81631. Forms must be returned by Friday. For additional information, contact the rec district at 328-6909 or wecmrd@wecmrd.org. Daily staff reportVail, Colorado


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