Friday, November 4, 2016

This Week in Pics

Health Promotion Specialist Emily Robertson passes out candy during a Trick or Treat Street event open to clients and family members at the Community Service Building on Monday.
Election Judges perform ballot adjudication. Judges assist voters at the voting sites during Early Voting and on Election Day, and they help the Elections Office with data entry, transport, scanning, receiving and counting the ballots.

Trunk-or-treat Monday! Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Troy Rolbecki hands out candy from a spooky patrol car! 

Mesa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Troy Rolbecki hands out candy.
The Mesa County Employees Association (MCEA) 11th Annual Craft Show and Sale had over hosted 17 vendors! Excellent work putting this event together, MCEA!

Fall 2016 Inside Mesa County class participants join the Board of County Commissioners at a breakfast meet-and-greet. 


Commissioner McInnis talks to Inside Mesa County class members. 

The Fall 2016 Inside Mesa County class chats before their graduation.

Commissioners thank the Inside Mesa County class for spending the last 12 weeks learning about the function and responsibilities of county government. 

Commissioner Justman speaks to a member of the Inside Mesa County class. 

Fall 2016 inside Mesa County classmates.

Fall 2016 Inside Mesa County class participants at a meet-and-greet with the Board of County Commissioners. 

Commissioner Pugliese asks for feedback on how we can better inform residents how the county operates.

 Fall 2016 Inside Mesa County graduates and the Board of Mesa County Commissioners. Congratulations, Inside Mesa County graduates! 

Top photo, Maintenance District Manager Keith Hatch, from the Collbran Road and Bridge Division, left, cuts down a tamarisk along the right-of-way on 64 6/10 Rd while Crew Manager Mike Grundy, right, hauls the branches to the truck.
Teresa Nees of Noxious Weed and Pest Management treats the freshly cut stump by painting on some herbicide with blue dye in it. Hopefully, by treating one tree now, it will prevent hundreds of trees from growing in the coming years.
Commissioners talk to constituents about the proposed 2017 budget. 

Commissioner Pugliese presents updates to the proposed 2017 budget at the downtown-town-hall at the Old Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave.  


Commissioner McInnis speaks about the budget priorities at the budget town hall.

Mesa County resident, Joe Higgins, expresses his concerns and ideas regarding the county's budget at one of the proposed 2017 budget town hall meetings. 

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