Friday, August 14, 2015

This week in pictures, Aug. 14, 2015

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 John Justman, left, reads a proclamation for Community Health Center Week at Monday's Administrative Hearing. County Administrator Frank Whidden is to his right.

Dr. John Whiteside of Marillac Clinic accepted the proclamation.

From left: Dr. John Whiteside, Marillac Clinic's Chief Medical Officer, Kay Ramachandran, Marillac Clinic's Executive Director, and Mesa County Commissioner John Justman.

Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese before Monday's Administrative Hearing.

Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis with his instructor at Spanish class this week.

The  Mesa County Commissioners met with the Bureau of Land Management Monday afternoon for a quarterly briefing. At the table in addition to the Commissioners and County Administrator are Patrick Coleman, Keith Fife and Pete Baier, as well as Katie Stevens and Chris Joyner from the BLM.

Rose Pugliese, left, cuts the ribbon at 38 Road Hill on Wednesday morning. With her are John Justman and Scott McInnis. Behind them are Dan Caris and Pete Baier. Hiding behind John is Bill Taylor.

Just after the ribbon-cutting

Mesa County Health Department employees including Fran Parker, right, enjoy lunch at the Employee Recognition Luncheon on Wednesday. 

Shelley Vehik of Human Resources, right, hands out awards at Wednesday's lunch. 

Five years working for Mesa County
10 years working for Mesa County

15 years working for Mesa County
20 years working for Mesa County

On either side of Frank Whidden, Greg Linza and Deb Bouricius have each worked 25 years for Mesa County.

Teresa Waganer, left, and Lisa Hudson - 30 years working for Mesa County.

From left, Kent Almond, Eric Brown and John Byerly, all 25-year employees.

Scott Ehlers, left, with Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis. Scott is a 25-year county employee.

Matt Sullivan, left - 30 years working for Mesa County. Presenting him the honor is Dennis Berry. 

Michael Bradbury, left, has worked 30 years at Mesa County. With him is Michelle Trujillo.

Deryl Eldridge, left - 35 years at Mesa County. With him is Sheriff Matt Lewis.

Tori Kittel - 35 years. 

Andrew Rubalcaba has worked 40 years at Mesa County. 
Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputies Pemberton and Garibaldi sort inmate mail. 
Sheila Reiner, right, shows Commissioner John Justman how the Elections Division's ballot-tabulating machine works. 

Patti Inscho, election operations manager, speaks with election judges about the upcoming coordinated election.

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