The Star Valley Town Council approved a resolution requesting a ZIP code that it plans to take along with a resolution passed Tuesday by the Gila County Board of Supervisors to the U.S Postal Service.
"We want to get as much support as we can so we can go back to the U.S. Postal Service," Mayor Chuck Heron said.
The council also approved a 15-year agreement, granting a cable license for the town with NPG Cable Inc. Provisions with NPG Cable include a possible government access channel, Internet, hi-definition resolution cable and phone services, said Rick Foster, a representative from NPG Cable.
"I think it's a good agreement," Steve Bingham, planning and zoning commission member said. "We'd do well to accept it."
In other news, the council postponed a decision about which project could be funded by a Community Development Block Grant.
Possible projects to receive the approximated $140,000 in funding include a Meals-On-Wheels program or a housing redevelopment program.
The project would begin in September, Heather Patel, CDBG director, said.