Newsroom: What's Happening in Eagle County
State legislature to tackle numerous issues impacting Eagle County
The state legislature is back in session. Our elected leaders begin the 2022 session with a general agreement on the key issues to address but very different tactics to tackle them. Some of the key issues we’ll be watching and advocating for the interests of Eagle County’s business community include:
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TRUST FUND
The fund was fully depleted in the...
Public health order requiring indoor mask usage for general public to expire Jan. 17; mask requirement for schools k-8 to expire Jan. 21
January 14, 2022 - The Eagle County Board of Health (BOH) convened for a special meeting on Thurs., Jan. 13. The Board voted unanimously to allow the standing public health order requiring face coverings in public indoor settings to expire at end of day on Jan. 17, 2022 and will be extended in schools for pre-k through 8th grade until Jan. 21. The modified public health order will be posted online.
Public health officials emphasized the...
Ample Fresh Snow and Strong Rates Deliver a Very Happy Holidays to Mountain Lodging in 18 Resort Destinations Across Western US
Jan. 13, 2022—Some early season nail-biting and cloud-watching was rewarded with ample snowfall beginning in mid-December across the western US to clinch a winning holiday season—whether compared to the pandemic-addled season last year or to pre-pandemic, record-breaking holiday seasons. As of Dec. 31, actual occupancy for the month of December was up 37.1 percent compared to last year while the Average Daily Rate (ADR) was up 40.3 percent...