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Long CCMD Meeting Covered Many Topics
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In a long and action packed Colorado City Metropolitan District (CCMD) Board meeting on July 14, 2020, a Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) with the Volunteers for Change(VFC) was approved. The previous MOU had expired at the beginning of 2020. The VFC organization is starting grant paperwork for their trails project and were requesting renewal of the MOU to help securing a grant for the trail running from the VFC center to Lake Beckwith. The MOU does not give the VFC authority over the property, but rather gives the organization the ability to improve the property and assist the CCMD. Director Neil Elliot, stated that he felt it might help with the CCMD getting future grants for the lake area if they could show due diligence was being done. Treasurer Harry Hochstetler, made a motion to grant the VFC the MOU, and it was seconded by Elliot. At that time Director Bob Cook, called for a point of order. Cook felt that both Elliot and Hochstetler should have excused themselves on the VFC matter for a conflict of interest as they are both VFC members. The matter was discussed at length, but Chairman Terry Kraus ruled that, since neither Elliot or Hochstetler would have any personal or financial gain if the motion was passed, it was not a point of order.

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