Friday, January 29, 2016

This week in pics, Jan. 29, 2016

Mesa County is a busy place. Here are some pictures from around the county government this week.

Teresa Nees, left, and Courtney Campbell of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest, at the Palisade Insectary for the Upper Grand Valley Pest Control District board meeting Wednesday.
Business analysts Janette Haynie, left, and Beverly Salazar, take a break from balancing the books at the Mesa County Health Department on Wednesday.
Michelle Trujillo, left, director of economic assistance at the Mesa County Department of Human Services, presents the "da' bomb" award to Joanne Hine of Food Assistance. 
 The two photos below are of the Jump Start Job Fair at the Mesa County Workforce Center. The fair featured more than 40 employers and nearly 1,000 job-seekers.

Officer Grundy with Sherman at Mesa County Animal Services.
Mesa County Animal Services Officer Grundy, left, and Officer Patterson  planning for the day. Aggie is "helping."
And ... sometimes life happens. Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner locked out of her office. 
Albin Escamilla, left, and Tracey Garchar, DHS executive director. Escamilla was the December Values Champion. 
Commissioner John Justman celebrated a birthday this week. Happy birthday, John! With him are administrative assistant Linda Frasier, left, and Commissioner Rose Pugliese.
Commissioners Rose Pugliese and Scott McInnis with Beverly Lyne, a community health nurse involved with Western Slope Against Human Trafficking. 
The Mesa County Commissioners with former Commissioner Janet Rowland and others involved with Western Slope Against Human Trafficking. The Commissioner recognized the issue at Monday's administrative hearing.
Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner presented to the Board of Commissioners on Monday about subscription prices for records. 
The next three photos are from Thursday's farewell celebration for Heather Benjamin, outgoing Public Information Officer for the Mesa County Sheriff's Office. Today is her last day.
The one and only, Heather Benjamin

County Administrator Frank Whidden

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