The Diamondville Town Council gathered on Nov. 16 for its biweekly meeting.
Dave Waldner, the town’s parks and road department head, said that thin ice signs have been put out on the lake, the dugouts have been covered and the tennis and pickleball nets have been taken down for the winter. Waldner also said that the skating rink has been set up and filled, getting ready for opening.
Garbage usually scheduled for pickup on Friday, Nov. 27, will instead be picked up on Wednesday, Nov. 25 because of Thanksgiving.
Court will be held Nov. 19 and will comply with COVID-19 guidelines. The judge and attorney will Zoom in for court.
The Town Hall will be closed Nov. 26 and 27 for Thanksgiving.
Scott Heiner, a state representative, attended the meeting. He wanted to introduce himself to the council. Heiner said he grew up in Star Valley but has been living in this area for about 30 years. He said that budgets cuts will be difficult for everyone in the county. Heiner wanted to offer his help to Diamondville if the town needs anything. Heiner said that council may see him periodically at the town meetings.
“I want to truly be a representative and not just be here during the election,” Heiner said.
There were no new business or old business item on the Nov. 16 agenda.