Grand Junction shows off new police, fire facilities at open house

Photos by GRETEL DAUGHERTY/The Daily Sentinel—Cmdr. Andy Martinez and Paula Bockman of the Grand Junction Police Department place a time capsule into the wall of the new Public Safety Building during a dedication ceremony Saturday. BELOW: Grand Junction Fire Department Capt. Clark Thompson, second from left, holds one hose as Mayor Bill Pitts, third from left, holds the other after they uncoupled the water line in a traditional ceremony for the dedication of the newly remodeled Fire Station 1 on Saturday. The completion of the new Public Safety Building, Fire Station 1 and a new 911 center was celebrated Saturday with an open house.



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Photos by GRETEL DAUGHERTY/The Daily Sentinel—Cmdr. Andy Martinez and Paula Bockman of the Grand Junction Police Department place a time capsule into the wall of the new Public Safety Building during a dedication ceremony Saturday. BELOW: Grand Junction Fire Department Capt. Clark Thompson, second from left, holds one hose as Mayor Bill Pitts, third from left, holds the other after they uncoupled the water line in a traditional ceremony for the dedication of the newly remodeled Fire Station 1 on Saturday. The completion of the new Public Safety Building, Fire Station 1 and a new 911 center was celebrated Saturday with an open house.

Anyone driving along Ute Avenue Saturday morning caught a rare sight: Nearly 200 people of all ages gathered in the parking lot of a Grand Junction Police Department and 911 Regional…




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