Back in the pool for Mesa commissioners

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It is nice that County commissioners have decided to uphold their end of an agreement entered into 30 years ago. Maybe had previous commissioners taken an interest in the pool and its needs there could have been more involvement than deciding not to honor their part of the agreement.

Like any other entity, there are costs associated with upkeep and renovation.  Hopefully the county can help pursue sources for a rec center that would help alleviate a missing part of a community and county the size of Grand Junction and Mesa county?

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