A special emergency meeting of the Grantsville Town Council will be held at 6 p.m. Monday to discuss and make a decision regarding the future of the town's refuse removal.

The council will make a decision to either purchase a new trash truck or contract with Waste Management Services. Mayor Curtis Garretson says the town's trash truck appears to be beyond repair, and problems exist providing the service.

The town will begin enforcement of parking meter violations on June 15, Garretson said.

The mayor said the project to raze the old Rainbow Hotel with $160,000 available through FEMA has fallen through, linked to the inability to get a response from the owner.

That money will likely be shifted to the razing of the old Western Auto building and adjacent greenhouse structure, he said.

Garretson said he and council are looking at any avenue available for the removal of the old hotel.

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