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Local Briefs, March 19, 2010

By Staff

Montrose election ballots mailed out The Montrose Clerk and Recorder’s Office began sending out mail-in ballots Thursday for the city’s upcoming council race. Registered voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail should ...


Sales tax revenue down in February in Grand Junction

By Emily Shockley

February was another disappointing month for Grand Junction sales and use tax collections, with the city collecting half a million dollars less than expected. The city budgeted for a $3.7 million haul but ended up taking in $3.2 million in ...


Fruitvale, Clifton annexation bid falls short

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A push to collect signatures in support of the annexation of Clifton and Fruitvale into the city of Grand Junction has failed. Mesa County officials halted the petition process this week after petition circulators were unable to collect ...


031810 foreclosures

Foreclosures still high in Mesa County

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County foreclosure numbers held steady from January to February, with more than three times as many foreclosure filings in February 2010 as there were in February 2009 and nearly five times as many foreclosure sales in February than there ...


Medical pot samples to be destroyed

By Paul Shockley

A sampling of marijuana plants or leaves seized by law enforcement last week at a local medical grow operation will be destroyed, according to court filings. An officer with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force wrote in a property inventory ...


Mesa State trustees OK tobacco restrictions

By Emily Shockley

Effective immediately, tobacco-users will have to smoke or chew at least 40 feet from Mesa State College structures and facilities. The college’s board of trustees approved the new policy Wednesday. Mesa State Associated Student ...


Ventilation fix suggested for building adjacent to pot-growing operation

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An industrial hygienist conducted air-quality tests in the Grand Junction census office, and the census is asking the building owner to make changes to the building’s ventilation system. The census also is bringing in workers from ...


Udall bill would boost local ‘solar farm’ efforts

By Dennis Webb

New legislation being pushed by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall would benefit two western Colorado efforts to create community solar projects. Udall, D-Colo., said in a media teleconference Wednesday the bill would provide residents with tax credits for ...


Panel OKs bill to let seniors buy lifetime parks passes

By Charles Ashby

Senior citizens got one step closer Wednesday to being able to purchase a lifetime state parks pass similar to one they already can get from the federal government. A measure that would allow Coloradans 64 and older to purchase a state Aspen ...


Getting it Right, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Regarding Wednesday’s article “City might put river-area acreage up for sale,” Grand Junction City Council members Monday discussed putting 13.55 acres of land around Riverside Parkway in south downtown up for sale but ...


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