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Steamboat council to consider ordinance that would permit domestic goats

Joey Shirley leads a goat to a shed at a downtown property owned by his parents John and Holly Fielding. The Steamboat Springs City Council will consider the first reading of an ordinance that would allow goats in city limits.

Agenda highlights

5 p.m. Education Fund Board update; application resolutions for Great Outdoors Colorado grants; first reading of an ordinance to participate in a coordinated election Nov. 1 with Routt County; second reading of an ordinance to extend SmartWool’s lease at Steamboat Springs Airport; and second reading of an ordinance to ask voters to consider a 0.25 percent sales tax to supplement the winter air service program

7 p.m. Public comment; consideration of a development plan that would allow Steamboat Christian Center to build a 15,000-square-foot addition; and consideration of a conditional-use permit for a vendor to sell ice cream from a cart at 655 Yampa St.