Second cab company rolls into city

Kevan Kohlman, left, opened his K2 Taxi service for business June 10. His 15 employees include driver Freddie Gonzales, right. The company picks up fares in Grand Junction and delivers them anywhere in Mesa County. Kohlman says it took him three years to get through the red tape required to start his company.



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Kevan Kohlman, left, opened his K2 Taxi service for business June 10. His 15 employees include driver Freddie Gonzales, right. The company picks up fares in Grand Junction and delivers them anywhere in Mesa County. Kohlman says it took him three years to get through the red tape required to start his company.

Grand Junction has been a one-taxi-company town for 20 years. That changed eight days ago when K2 Taxi started taking passengers. It took K2 Operations Manager Kevan Kohlman three years to…




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