Friday, July 24, 2015

This week in pictures, July 24

Mesa County government is wide in its services and scope. From Administration to Public Works to the County Attorney to Human Resources to the Fairgrounds to Solid Waste Management to the Commissioners and beyond, Mesa County is a varied and diverse operation.

Check out some photos from around Mesa County government this week:

Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis served as chairman of the Board's administrative hearing Monday, July 20, in Rose Pugliese's absence. 

Mesa County Commissioner John Justman at Monday's Board of County Commissioners hearing.

The Commissioners heard a presentation from Mesa County Libraries Director Joseph Sanchez at Monday's administrative hearing. 

Heather Nara, of the Mesa County Health Department, took a Google Apps training class at the Workforce Center this week. 

Victoria Patsantaras of Mesa County IT, left, teaches a Google Apps training class to several students at the Mesa County Workforce Center, earlier this week.

Victoria Patsantaras, right, and her Google Apps training class.

Victoria Patsantaras helps some students during her Google Apps training class this week at the Mesa County Workforce Center.

Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Chadd Searcy. He is a School Resource Officer. District 51 goes back to school Monday, August. 3!

MCSO Deputy James Cannon. He is also a School Resource Officer. 

MCSO Deputy Sal Espindola, School Resource Officer.

MCSO Deputy Wayne Kean, School Resource Officer.

Will Ekberg of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management pulls out the first batch of yellow star thistle found in Mesa County in 2015. 

Will Ekberg and Summer Igo of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management pull out yellow star thistle. 

A chip seal road project happening in Fruita.

Cleaning up the mud slide on 45 Road.

Whitewater Creek pipe replacement project.

Ginny in Recording training Elections employees. 

Jane in Motor Vehicle on the phone with a customer.

Tracey Garchar, left, with Nicci Surad, DHS/WFC values champ.
Kara Hotard of the Mesa County Health Department prepares a vaccine on the second day of MCHD's first-ever two-day immunization clinic. 

DHS/WFC You Brighten My Day winner Samantha Hays, right, with Tracey Garchar (and Good Luck Bear!)



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