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Animals will soon be housed in a temporary facility next to the Mesa County Animal Services building in Whitewater. Construction to repair the building at 971 Coffman Road is expected to continue through the summer. While the temporary facility is closed to the public, Animal Services will continue to offer adoptions and help owners find lost animals at

Deal struck on lawsuits for defects in buildings

DENVER — After several years of working on it, legislators from both sides of the political aisle have come together on a bill dealing with construction defect lawsuits.

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