The recent Transient Rental permitting regulations adopted by Andes were mentioned and Transient Rental owners were reminded that to continue to operate a Transient Rental they need to fill out and submit the permit application to the Town.
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BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT APPROVED FOR PUBLIC HEARING; HOME BUSINESSES IN HAMLET AND TRANSIENT RENTAL PERMIT COMPLIANCE DISCUSSED – October 2022
Christina Viafore, and Carla Hegeman Crim, who educated the group about native and invasive plants, with tips and discussion on best practices for our landscapes. We were pleased to welcome 25 people to our first event!
We welcomed some new staff members to the ACS family as well. Olivia Post will be our Guidance Counselor, Krystal Hernandez as our Reading Teacher and Megan McGinnis as our Speech Pathologist.
TOWN BOARD BONDS WATER DISTRICT TO GRANT LOAN OF $2,950,000 FOR TWO NEW WELLS ON NEW CEMETERY ROAD AFTER PUBLIC HEARING – October 2022
Cedarwood pointed out that the old loans would be repaid in a decade or so, easing the burden on the water users. The new loan is expected to raise current yearly fees to Water District households, businesses and non-profits from $490 to $896.
Today the mash-up of flowers is humming loudly. Dozens of bees. I see at least three different species of native bees, two of which are bumbles. They drone about thickly, laboriously, and heavy with pollen. Lots of pollen this year, lots of bees.
Think you’re not interested libraries? So did I. But as soon as I began to read The Library Book, that changed. It holds one’s interest in a way few books do. The writing is so good the subject is almost irrelevant. The author knows exactly when to leave a topic and broach a new one, how to pique your curiosity about something not even remotely interesting on the surface, and how to hold your attention fast, minute by minute. Everything she touches comes alive.