Weekend Recap: 5 Things you may have missed on GJSentinel.com

Was your weekend busy? Here’s 5 things from GJSentinel.com you may have missed over the weekend.

1. BOARD: THIS PLACE IS A DUMP
Mesa County commissioners unanimously approved a plan last month that would allow oil and gas producers from across the Piceance Basin to dump radioactive solid waste and production water on a small mes south of Grand Junction near Cheney Reservoir.
DUMPING GROUND

2. AIRPORT LEADERS WANT CHANGES IN USE OF FACILITY
The new leaders of the Grand Junction Regional Airport want to make some changes to the planned uses of an administrative office building now under construction at the facility.
FACILITY CHANGES

3. CENTER OF ATTENTION: FRUITA RECREATION CENTER STILL DRAWING CROWDS
After 3 years, the Fruita Community Center has remained popular with tourists and locals alike.
FRUITA COMMUNITY CENTER

4. GJ OFFICERS COMMENDED WITH QUICK DECISION
Grand Junction Police Officer Cody Kennedy was recognized for not shooting after a confrontation on Halloween night.
QUICK DECISION

5. AIRPORT AUTHORITY CHAIR RESIGNS
Denny Granum resigned as chairman of the Grand Junction Airport Authority on Thursday.
CHAIR RESIGNS



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