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Campaign finance reports are in for the April 6 City Council election and so far the eight candidates have combined to raise more than $75,000.

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We originally opposed Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana possession for adults under state law and authorized retail sales.

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Few first-time candidates for City Council bring more knowledge of what the city does than local small-business owner Abe Herman.

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Mark McCallister and Rick Taggart, the candidates for the District A seat on the City Council, both say their top priority is helping the community recover from the pandemic.

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After meeting with Greg Haitz and Dennis Simpson, the Sentinel’s editorial board could not reach a consensus on whom to endorse in the Grand Junction City Council District D race.

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Rick Taggart, who is running for the Grand Junction City Council in District A, touts the accomplishments made by the current council, which he is a part of, but says his work is not done.

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Mark McCallister, who is running for Grand Junction City Council in District A, says he will listen to the community and use his leadership skills to develop a bright future for the city.

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We begin our assessment of candidates for Grand Junction City Council with a contest that offers perhaps the least daylight between opponents on their positions.

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Randall Reitz, who is running for the Grand Junction City Council at-large seat, says he wants to be a bridge builder on the council, building consensus around the issues the city faces.

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Since early January, the Grand Junction Planning Commission has been considering potential land use regulations for marijuana-related businesses and intends to deliver its recommendations to the City Council next month.

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A proposed development on the former Brady Trucking property north of Las Colonias will need voter approval in April to modify certain conditions put on development of the site, including altering a trail easement for the Riverfront Trail (Amendment 2C).