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Fire, emergency services on tap for Steamboat City Council meeting

Issues identified as a priority this year for Steamboat City Council

Lieutenant Michael Arce and firefighter Scott Hetrick can be seen communicating with dispatch through the windshield of a fire engine outside of Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue's mountain station. A consultant will address the Steamboat Springs City Council about emergency services operations.

Agenda highlights

5 p.m. Presentation of Outstanding Facility Award to the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs; presentation of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. 10-year master plan; fire and emergency services presentation from Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue Chief Ron Lindroth; International City/County Management Association fire report; discussion of privatizing fire and ambulance services; consideration of appointing Lindroth and Steamboat Springs Police Dept. Capt. Joel Rae as city representatives to Routt County Communications Advisory Board in 2012; resolution to change the name of a city street; resolution to acknowledge appointments to the Yampa Valley Housing Authority and Historic Preservation Commission; second reading of an ordinance to approve a hangar lease to Civil Air Patrol-Steamboat Springs Composite Squadron at the Steamboat Springs Airport; and a second reading of an ordinance to amend the city’s municipal code to include brewery and brewpub uses and update child care definitions to comply with state law.