Train cut off for weeks

  • <xhtml:p><xhtml:b>The Silverton Town Board meeting Monday, June 22, on Zoom. from upper left is Bill Walko of Natalia's Resaturant, trustee Molly Barela, trustee Jess Wegert, Mayor Shane Fuhrman, Town Administrator John Reiter, Municipal Judge Anthony Edwards, Town Attorney Paul Kosnik, Trustee Jordan Bierma, Trustee Jim Harper, Mayor Pro-Tem Sallie Barney; San Juan County Emergency Manager Jim Donovan, San Juan County Public Health Nurse Becky Joyce, Silverton Area Chamber of Commerce Director DeAnne Galle
    The Silverton Town Board meeting Monday, June 22, on Zoom. from upper left is Bill Walko of Natalia's Resaturant, trustee Molly Barela, trustee Jess Wegert, Mayor Shane Fuhrman, Town Administrator John Reiter, Municipal Judge Anthony Edwards, Town Attorney Paul Kosnik, Trustee Jordan Bierma, Trustee Jim Harper, Mayor Pro-Tem Sallie Barney; San Juan County Emergency Manager Jim Donovan, San Juan County Public Health Nurse Becky Joyce, Silverton Area Chamber of Commerce Director DeAnne Galle
Town Board rejects a one-way street system downtown With the Durango &amp; Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad not expected to send passenger trains to Silverton for 8 to 16 weeks, the Silverton Town Board on Monday considered implementing a oneway street system for downtown Silverton to circulate traffic from Greene Street over to Blair. But after considerable discussion, the board voted…

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