Cracks spread in new animal shelter

Mesa County Animal Services Manager Lisa Armour brings Brandy past a crack in the floor, shown at left, in the new shelter facility near Whitewater. The project manager for the county said a county engineer recommended soil mitigation measures to the contractor. “We’re trying to determine if corners were cut,” another county official said.



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Mesa County Animal Services Manager Lisa Armour brings Brandy past a crack in the floor, shown at left, in the new shelter facility near Whitewater. The project manager for the county said a county engineer recommended soil mitigation measures to the contractor. “We’re trying to determine if corners were cut,” another county official said.

Less than four months after opening a state-of-the-art, $2 million facility to house stray dogs and cats, Mesa County and the building contractor are trying to figure out how to stem a web of…




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