Five of eight council candidates support local-preference bid policy

PHOTO BY MIKE WIGGINS—District A candidate Tom Kenyon joined other candidates for the Grand Junction City Council Tuesday at a debate event where the idea of preferences being given to local companies bidding on city projects was raised. Kenyon said he would support some form of a local-preference policy, but was among others who questioned what such a policy would look like.



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PHOTO BY MIKE WIGGINS—District A candidate Tom Kenyon joined other candidates for the Grand Junction City Council Tuesday at a debate event where the idea of preferences being given to local companies bidding on city projects was raised. Kenyon said he would support some form of a local-preference policy, but was among others who questioned what such a policy would look like.

A majority of Grand Junction City Council candidates said Wednesday they would support some form of a policy that gives preference to local businesses bidding on city projects. That sort of…




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