Friday, December 2, 2016

This Week in Pics

Commissioner Justman tours the Mesa County jail and tests the quality of the food being served to inmates. The Mesa County Commissioners are required by state law to inspect the jail once a year.

Commissioner Rose Pugliese, right, is named “Commissioner of the Year” by Colorado Counties Inc. (CCI) at their annual winter conference in Colorado Springs Nov. 29.

Commissioner Pugliese, left, receives “Commissioner of the Year” award by Colorado Counties Inc. 

The Cameo bridge gets new girders; the bridge replacement project is estimated to be completed by next spring. 

DHS Child Welfare team hosts the Colorado State Department of Human Services statewide permanency roundtable discussion at the Mesa County Workforce Center, 512 29 1/2 Road.

From left: Connie Mercer and Kylie Mayfield, of the foster care permanency team, help stuff stockings for foster children in Mesa County.

The Foster Care Permanency team hard at work at the annual stocking stuffing for foster children in our community.

From left: Kate Lima, Connie Mercer, Jeff Sheley, Sarah St. Martin, Kylie Mayfield, Laura Kinson help stuff over 120 stockings for foster kids.

Weed & Pest Managment Coordinator Teresa Nees and her predecessor, Melissa Werkmeister, at the Land Resource meeting. 

 Nearly 30 representatives of various county, federal and state agencies meet with Mesa County Commissioners for a Land Resource meeting. 

2016 General Election Canvass

Elections staff members and representatives from the Democratic and Republican parties hand-count ballots to verify the results of the election.

Mesa County Elections officials and representatives from the Democratic and Republican parties hand-count ballots to confirm the results of the election.
The all-seeing eye watches over Compliance Services Courtney Patch as she works.

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