The City of Grand Junction and Mesa County have won an award from the Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association (CAPA).
The work was done in 2015 by United Companies and is for the "D Road Widening & Overlay Project" in the category for "City Street or New Construction."
This project was submitted by Justin Venzil with the City as a joint project with Mesa County.
"This is a nice example of the City and County working together to improve roads for our customers," said Kevin Holderness of Mesa County.
Friday, February 19, 2016
The following four pictures were taken at the Mesa County Department of Human Services on Monday evening. Staff and their friends and families applied thin blue lines to 65 cars. They raised almost $100 in donations for the family of Deputy Derek Geer.
|Brooke Vanorden and her friend BreeAnn DeHerrera. Photo bomber: Michael Blevins|
|Michael Blevins placing a blue stripe.|
|Kathy Gerlock and Rory Cornelison|
|Getting the word out!|
|Sheriff Matt Lewis with the pre-kindergarten class from New Emerson Elementary. The class came to the Sheriff's Office to thank officers for their work. The students gifted the Sheriff a flag they made.|
|Barb Cutunilli socializing dogs at Mesa County Animal Services.|
|Mesa County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard Sgt. Lisa Peck and Sgt. Cathy Tate.|
|Ron Markly and Kevin Bozarth of Mesa County Animal Services clean the outdoor kennels.|
|Check out our fancy new look! Computer screens now welcome visitors to the Old Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave.|
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