“I have spoken with Paul, and he regretfully has resigned from his town council position due to unforeseen family circumstances. Due to these conditions, he and his wife will be leaving the area,” stated Mountain Village Mayor Laila Benitez.The Town of Mountain Village Home Rule Charter dictates that within forty-five days after a vacancy occurs in the office of Town Councilor, the remaining members of the Town Council shall, by majority vote, appoint a successor to fill such vacancy, provided no more than three vacancies are to be filled at one time. The appointed Town Councilor shall then serve out the unexpired terms of their predecessor. Town Council will appoint one new council member by a majority vote at its next regular meeting to be held on September 21. To qualify one must be a registered elector who has maintained legal residency with the town for at least 120 days immediately preceding the appointment. A Letter of Intent and Candidate Biographical Information Sheet must be submitted via email by 5 p.m. on September 19 to the Clerk’s Office. For more information, please contact Jackie Kennefick, Director of Administration/Town Clerk by email.
Jun 11, 2020
Mountain Village Town Council unanimously approves ordinance requiring face coverings in public businesses and transportation
At its weekly special meeting, the Mountain Village Town Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance effective…Read More about Mountain Village Town Council unanimously approves ordinance requiring face coverings in public businesses and transportation
Mar 4, 2020
Every 10 years the federal government conducts a count of every single living person in the United States and the 2020…Read More about Making Mountain Village and San Miguel County count in the Census