The Salida Council for the Arts, formerly Salida ArtWorks, is pleased to present a very special “Creative Mixer” at the SteamPlant Paquette Gallery on Thursday, November 14 starting at 5:30pm.
Salida Community Blood Drive, Tuesday, November 19th From 11:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
The U.S. Forest Service, Salida Ranger District will host an open house at their new office on Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
What’s happening this week down at the SteamPlant?
For the last thirteen years we’ve been going to F Street for Halloween—though in recent years we go to see our friend’s kids, and each year we wonder why it’s open to cars?
The Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas will be the recipient of Moonlight Pizza’s Moonlight Monday on Mon., Nov. 18.
Proceeds of Nov. 16 event at Mt. Princeton will also benefit AVLS, Johnson Family Fund
Spanish Happy Hour, Monarch Job Fair, Sondheim, Monty Python, Contra Dance, and more!
The film, “Into the Mind” was recently named film of the year for 2013 at the annual International Freeski Film Festival and features stunning cinematography and groundbreaking storytelling.
Sunday November 10th and Sunday November 17th
Ongoing work on local sidewalks will continue in November, weather permitting, with contractors removing concrete that has been uplifted by tree roots.
1st Street will be closed to thru traffic between C and D until Nov. 22nd
Paul Jensen and Larry Kier advocate for the transfer of Chaffee County Emergency Medical Services operations to the Salida Hospital District/Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center.
Seventy-eight cities and towns held general and special elections on Nov. 5. Here’s some of what was decided.
Election signs are to be taken down 15 days following the election.
The City is hosting an electronics and latex paint recycling event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. November 23
Results for Salida’s mayor and council:
Jim Dickson (Mayor)
Hal Brown (Ward 1)
Eileen Rogers (Ward 2)
Melodee Hallet (Ward 3)
If you have any thoughts on the election, jump in. Remember, this is Citizen
Amendment 66, the $950 million tax hike attached to school finance reform, went down to defeat Tuesday night.
It has been an honor and privilege to be Mayor of Salida, and I am proud to have held the job. So thank you!
The city has scheduled approval of the 2014 budget for Tuesday, November 5. Council will take comments and objections, yet the approval resolution is already written and approval seems pre-ordained.