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1,000-plus survey responses surprise DDA officials

By Greg Ruland

There were many more responses to the downtown housing survey than the consulting firm conducting the survey expected, said Harry Weiss, Downtown Development Authority executive director. About 1,000 surveys were submitted electronically and ...


Real estate sales flat in ‘13

By Greg Ruland

Scarce employment prospects and sputtering energy production prevented the Mesa County real estate market from expanding in 2013, two leading real estate experts said. Home sales were flat compared to last year while overall sales increased ...


iMapGJ hits iTunes store

By Greg Ruland

Thanks to a city worker, entrepreneurs with iPads and imagination can now download for free an iTunes application that puts megabytes of valuable information about Grand Junction at their fingertips.  Jackson Trappett, an information ...

Biz buzz, Jan. 5, 2014

By Staff

■ It was the kind of snap decision, made from the gut, that proves natural instincts can be a good guide to success. When Lady Di, the venerable Grand Junction hair salon on Patterson Road, closed down after 20 years in business, scores ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 29, 2013

By Staff

A Grand Junction woman with three small children opened a new business in November that looks like an excellent fit for the working mother who wants her children nearby.  Imagine That! Kids at Play, 2923 North Ave., is ready-made for ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 26, 2013

By Staff

Elders overwhelmed at the prospect of moving or downsizing their homes to remain independent could benefit from the expertise of local, professional senior move managers. Kathy Viglianco, co-owner of Total Transitions, is a former ...

Business Briefcase, Dec. 26, 2013

By Staff

High Country Beverage of Montrose is making sure local veterans have a more bountiful Christmas by funding 200 turkeys through the Vets Helping Vets program. High Country Beverage donated $1,880 to the program. Operated by Pastors Janet and ...


Tax credit zones back 
on the drawing board

By Greg Ruland

Enterprise zone boundaries around Grand Junction must be redrawn starting Jan. 1. As a result, some businesses previously outside the boundaries could be drawn in, allowing them to qualify for a variety of beefed-up tax credits. For example, ...


Business Briefcase, Dec. 19, 2013

By Staff

ENGINEERING FIRM ADDS 2 Glenwood Springs civil engineering firm SGM, 118 W. Sixth St., recently added two new engineers to its staff of technical specialists, allowing the firm to expand services for water-related and mechanical/electrical ...


FEATURED BUSINESS: Heaven in a hand basket

By Greg Ruland

To paraphrase the gospel, downtown artist, crafter, teacher and retailer Julie Kleinrath couldn’t hide her light under a bushel basket if she tried. Owner of Woven Designs, 537 Main St., Kleinrath designs and weaves works of art with ...

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