New EV charging station

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Alpine Bank Senior Vice President David Miller talks about the new EV charging station at Alpine Bank.


Alpine Bank Senior Vice President David Miller and head of the Green Team speaks at the ribbon cutting for the new electric vehicle charging station at Alpine Bank Tuesday morning.
The level 2 charging station has two ports located just outside the bank building at 225 N. 5th St. The station is free to the public and open 24 hours. EV charging takes about four hours to complete.
A portion of the funding for the new station came from the Colorado Energy Office through the Charge Ahead Colorado program.

City primed for another settlement

The city of Grand Junction has hired an attorney to negotiate a settlement with another city employee. The City Council met in executive session with the attorney for nearly three hours Monday.


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