County willing to strike deal on Orchard Mesa pool

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How nice.  The county is “thinking” about living up to its partnership if they have more say in spending? No problem.  Let’s start with paying the bill for its share of the agreement to start with and then all parties can sit at the table.

Do commissioners really believe the county has been the only entity who has lost funding in the economic downturn?  After digging your heads out of the sand and realizing the school district cut millions and the city also tightened its belt to the point of employees taking a pay freeze for about four years it is nice to think about honoring a partnership agreement established for 99 years likely so down the road from 1982 some county commissioners, or city council, or school board could not on a whim decide to just quit!

Hopefully it can be accomplished without too much micromanagement.



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