Bigger issues on I-70B

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The area near Grand Avenue and First Street could look different in the future as the Colorado Department of Transportation decides what to do about its next phase of I-70B improvements.


Stagnant Value Lodge property's redevelopment tied to a broader CDOT plan for the corridor

Value Lodge, the boarded-up motel near Grand Avenue and First Street, is just one of several properties in the aging commercial neighborhood whose future may depend on what the Colorado Department of Transportation decides about the next phase of Interstate 70 Business Loop improvements, city officials said.
CDOT has signaled a willingness to review plans for the final phase of highway improvements in the area.

Multiple doses of sleep aid given at day care in Montrose

At least 35 children at a Montrose day care center were given doses of the over-the-counter sleep aid melatonin last week, and police have now cited the woman they believe responsible for giving out the medication.



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