Monticello

Jenessa Atencio
Monticello High Class of 2022 Graduation is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25 at 7:00 pm
Update: The print edition of the newspaper incorrectly identified the member of the planning commission who lives out of town. This story has been updated. A new Monticello residency requirement in order to be a part of the planning and zoning commission was passed unanimously by the Monticello...
Update: The print edition of this story referenced minimum home sizes rather than lots sizes. The online version has been updated to reflect the change Monticello City approved a $2-an hour incentive to sheriff deputies, thanked US House representation for funds for cancer screening and made plans...
The City Councils in Monticello and Blanding have approved secondary water rates following a dry winter. At the April 12 meetings, the councils placed their towns in level three of four levels. Blanding and Monticello each run a four-tier system allowing the cities to charge different rates for...
The Monticello City Council denied a property rezone request, proposed a raise to county sheriff deputies who work in the city, and discussed a project to bring solar power to the city pool at their latest meeting. At their April 12 meeting members of the Monticello City Council unanimously denied...
By Katie Boyle Staff writer The Monticello City Council sent a letter asking for help at the school crosswalk on Main Street, continued discussions about raising garbage rates, and planned where to set secondary water rates at their latest meeting. At their March 22 meeting, the council discussed...
A new facility for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and travelers is opening in Monticello this week. The new Monticello CoWorking Hub is located on the lower level of the County Library set to open on Friday, March 25th, with an open house the evening before.  The center will include furnished...
Updated: An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified ENYO as the city's solar pannel partner on the swimming pool project. AES is the entity offering solar pannels to the city. At their latest meeting, the Monticello City Council once again explored the use of solar panels to power the...
The Monticello City Council met on February 8 to renew a contract with the City Attorney, adopt a meeting schedule for 2022, and approve the 2022 goals for the city.  The Council renewed a contract with Alex Goble as City Attorney through February 28, 2023. Goble will receive monthly payments of $1...
The Monticello City Council discussed sanitation needs and city office hours as part of their latest meeting on January 25. Sanitation needs continue to be a topic of conversation between the city council and staff.  The city raised garbage rates in September 2020 by $.33 a month for residents and...

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