Voters narrowly deny city 
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Grand Junction voters want their money back. That’s the consensus on a ballot measure that asked voters whether excess revenue from limits set by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights…




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Boy,  can’t wait to get my $9 back.  In a community that has horrible traffic routes and three I-70 ramps people won’t give up chump change to be a little progressive?  Don’t give me some lame excuse about how the measure was written!  We elect councilmen and commissioners to be good stewards of our money and the past has proven they have done that!  Would have been nice to have some funds in the kitty for important projects like ( University Blvd) Horizon Drive and the 29 Road overpass.

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