Friday, October 2, 2015

This week in pics, Oct. 2

The Mesa County Commissioners and county staff at Monday's administrative hearing.  
Linda Johnson of Segal Consulting and Scott Stewart, Mesa County's Chief Financial Officer, presented at Monday's Commissioner hearing. The Commissioners considered an appeal from CNIC/Rocky Mountain Health Plans but decided to stay with their decision to use Anthem and Community Hospital. Open enrollment for employees is Nov. 2-13. 
Dean Bressler and Todd Hollenbeck of Mesa County's Regional Transportation Planning Office presented on the Grand Valley 2040 Regional Transportation Plan after the health benefits discussion at Monday's Commissioner hearing. 
This was the beginning of Dean and Todd's PowerPoint presentation to the Commissioners. 
Here's a panoramic shot of Grand Valley Transit's West Transfer facility. 
Riders on one of GVT's new Certified Natural Gas buses.
October is Walk to School Month. Some local schools are participating in Walk to School Day on Oct. 14. These are some of the prizes the schools will be handing out to participating students. 
Police Academy Cadet Kandyce at the shooting range this week. Read about her adventures in the Police Academy at (Photo provided by Mesa County Sheriff's Office).
An MCSO patrol truck and fire truck at a prescribed burn on the Grand Mesa Sunday. 
Serpent's Trail. Now is a lovely time of year to get out and hike one of Mesa County's many, many trails. 
Mesa County Health Department executive director Jeff Kuhr, far right, presents the 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment to a group of about 50 stakeholders at the Mesa County Workforce Center on Tuesday. 
A Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest Management crew member treating the regrowth of tamarisk and Russian olive along Monument Road.

1 comment:

  1. Fun to see pictures weekly about what is going on in our county.


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