Monday, February 23, 2015

Commissioners approve sale of empty building

The Mesa County Commissioners this morning approved the sale of a building at 750 Main St. and a parking lot at 803 Rood for $1 million to Rocky Mountain Service Employment Redevelopment.

Mesa County has owned the building at 750 Main St. since the mid-1980s. It served as the Administrative and Public Works offices until December 2011. At that time, the Public Works Department, along with the Mesa County Clerk's office, moved into the then new Central Services Building, at 200 S. Spruce St.

The old building has been on the market since April 2011. The sale should close this April.

Rocky Mountain Service Employment Redevelopment's programs include Head Start, Migrant Head Start, Migrant Farmworker and Community Services. For more information on their programs, visit

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