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Avalon Theatre Vital To Local Music Scene

By David Goe

As the Grand Junction City Council drags its feet when it comes to supporting the Avalon Theatre project, its important to remember what's at stake here. Live music venues are few and far between in Grand Junction and loosing a major venue would be devistating. Closing the Avalon affects all aspects of our music community. From the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra and High Desert Opera to all the concert promoters and music fans in the valley, the Avalon closing would be a nail in the coffin for Grand Junction's culture. 

To voice your support for the Avalon Theater, and the continued relevance of Dowtown Grand Junction, you can email your city council members. Their names and contact info is listed here for your convienience. 

Mayor Sam Susuras, District B: sams@gjcity.org

Mayor Pro Tem Marty Chazen, District D: martinc@gjcity.org 

Councilmember Phyllis Norris, District A: phyllisn@gjcity.org 

Councilmember Bennett Boeschenstein, District C: bennettb@gjcity.org 

Councilmember Jim Doody, District at Large: jimd@gjcity.org 

Councilmember Rick Brainard, District at Large: rickb@gjcity.org 
 

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