Speaker: Natural gas innovations could be Grand Junction’s next legacy in state

PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON—Joe Prinster was one of the first board members of the Mesa County Economic Development Council in 1984.Joe is with his son Dan Prinster.Today, the organization will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Two Rivers Convention Center.Sent as GJEP 11-5 1.



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PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER TOMLINSON—Joe Prinster was one of the first board members of the Mesa County Economic Development Council in 1984.Joe is with his son Dan Prinster.Today, the organization will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Two Rivers Convention Center.Sent as GJEP 11-5 1.

Natural gas fueling stations and vehicles that run on liquefied natural gas may be Grand Junction’s next legacy in Colorado, according to the keynote speaker Thursday at the Grand…




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