Friday, May 13, 2016

This week in pics

On Monday, the Commissioners proclaimed May Building Safety Month. From left, Commissioners John Justman and Rose Pugliese, Darrell Bay (the county's chief building official) and Commissioner Scott McInnis. Bay accepted the proclamation.
The Commissioners on Monday declared May Foster Parent Appreciation Month. From left, Commissioner John Justman, Josh Stewart, Commissioner Rose Pugliese, Erica and Dan Waalkes (and kids) and Commissioner Scott McInnis.  
Commissioner Rose Pugliese, left, with County Road and Bridge Supervisor Rudy Bevan. 
Community members listen to county officials at the Loma Community Coffee Wednesday morning. 
Commissioner Scott McInnis, far right, talks during the county's community coffee in Loma Wednesday morning. After informal conversations for about an hour, the Commissioners and other county officials introduced themselves and answered questions from the audience. The event - at Loma's Strayhorn Grill - was well attended. Next to McInnis are Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner, Treasurer Janice Rich, Commissioner Rose Pugliese, Commissioner John Justman and Assessor Ken Brownlee. 
Commissioner Rose Pugliese, far right, talks to a constituent at the county's community coffee in Loma Wednesday morning. Commissioner John Justman is also pictured. 
Jason Talley, clinical director at Criminal Justice Services Department, talks about science-based practices in substance abuse treatment at the Colorado Association of Community Corrections Boards annual meeting in Grand Junction.
It's National Nurses Week, and the Mesa County Health Department has some of the best nurses around! A special thanks to back row, from left: Marjorie Allen, Janell Cook, Stephanie Mothersell, Erin Andrews, Laurie Perla, Diane Banta, Rene' Landry; second row, from left: Kate Grice (with her son, Conner), Heather Ligon, Michelle Howland, DeeAnna Christensen, Jillian Miller, Katherine O'Reilly, Kara Hotard, Ashley Adams; front row: Jana Joramo. 
MCHD also has great medical assistants. From left, Kelsey Reddin, Mindy Christman, Adrianna Quinonez and Fatima Herrera.
Veronica Daehn Harvey, left, hands a certificate of completion to Wes d'Aponti at the Commissioners' administrative hearing Monday. Daehn Harvey coordinated the Inside Mesa County class this spring. 
Congratulations to the Spring 2016 Inside Mesa County graduates (pictured here with the Mesa County Commissioners)! 
Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner, top right, leads the final Inside Mesa County class of the spring session. 
Spraying weeds on Glade Park. Teresa Nees of Mesa County's Noxious Weed and Pest program rode along with the contractor this week. 
A view from up on Glade Park. 

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