New road connects fruit and wine byway

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The new highway that will connect 38 Road to East Orchard Mesa in Palisade is nearly complete except for a fence being constructed on the west side of the road.
The improved two lane road has a wide sidewalk for pedestrians.

City picks cash payout vs. fight

Grand Junction city councilors voted 5-1 Wednesday to pay $125,000 to Elizabeth Tice, the city’s management and legislative liaison, for her immediate resignation, a separation agreement that prevents Tice from filing suit against the city in the future.


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