Chris Hassig

  • Locations: News Published

    Carbondale Report: Changing of the guard

    It can be a bittersweet moment in a healthy representative democracy. Elected officials of yesteryear humbly step down as the newly-chosen leaders assume their responsibilities. Tuesday’s Board of Town Trustees meeting was such a moment. The audience included family and friends and the session’s entirety focused on this ceremony,… read more →

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    Two new faces join the Board of Town Trustees

    It was a boisterous and buzzing evening at The Pour House as candidates, supporters and curious denizens wandered in on election night, April 5. In previous years, John Foulkrod would have shushed the crowd before announcing the news, hand-delivered from Town Hall. This year, the results arrived via text messages… read more →

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    Conoce a los candidatos de Carbondale

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El 5 de abril, los residentes de Carbondale habrán elegido a tres candidatos para cumplir términos de cuatro años en la junta administrativa de la ciudad. Además, el administrador actual Ben Bohmfalk se presenta sin oposición para el puesto de alcalde. Los materiales presentados por losread more →

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    Meet the trustee candidates

    On April 5, Carbondale residents will have elected three candidates to serve four-year terms on the Board of Town Trustees. Additionally, current trustee Ben Bohmfalk is running unopposed for the mayoral seat. Materials submitted by the nine candidates have been edited for length. Learn more about each one at the… read more →

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    Trustees pursue short-term rental limits

    The prospect of clamping down on short-term rentals drew robust participation at a Carbondale Board of Town Trustees special meeting on Dec. 21. More than 20 people joined the board and staff, online and in-person.

    The discussion was framed by the efforts of Community First Carbondale (CFC), a group formed… read more →

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    ANB Bank proposal scrutinized

    At the most recent Board of Town Trustees meeting, on May 25, all trustees were in attendance except Marty Silverstein.

    The consent agenda was approved with an addition to accounts payable of between $3,500 and $4,000 – depending on travel costs – for services by Powers Consulting, a… read more →