The City Council has decided to keep working on the priorities it established in 2013 for another year in order to keep the momentum going. Image, economic development, public safety and infrastructure are once again the top items on the Council’s work plan for 2014.
For example, the Greeley Unexpected campaign, entryway improvements and dedicated police enforcement teams will be continued. With the improvement in the local economy, staff and Council believe the City can renew its efforts related to these projects and increased revenues will help meet the demand generated by the economic growth.
Staff also noted that the re-election of three incumbents and election of a new representative for Ward II shows public support for these priorities, as does a recent public survey. The staff is scheduled to present a more detailed action plan for the year on Jan. 14, 2014.