Friday, February 3, 2017

This Week in Pics

Representatives for the Upper Grand Valley Pest Control District wait with Mesa County Noxious Weed & Pest Management Coordinator Teresa Nees to brief the Board of Mesa County Commissioners on new pests of concern in the grape and fruit industries.

Mesa County Noxious Weed & Pest Management Coordinator Teresa Nees attends a meeting with the Farm Bureau Committee to present new information about weeds across the county and pests of concern in the UGVPCD.
Mesa County Health Department Information & Communication Manager Katie Goddeyne gave a basic media training to staff members on Monday afternoon. The group reviewed media policies and learned some tips and tricks on how to give an informative interview.
Mesa County Building Department hosts a seminar covering the 2012 IRC Conventional Light Framing and 2012 International Building Code Fire Resistant Rated Construction.  

The 2012 IRC Conventional Light Framing explores the provisions of the 2012 International Residential Code as it pertains to allowable limits of conventional framing.

Mesa County Public Works staff attend the IRC Conventional Light Framing seminar to keep up with the guidelines and regulations for residential construction.

Staff from the Department of Human Services and Workforce Center start the Super Bowl festivities early with team tailgate parties. Aimee Wride from Quality Assurance dippin' in.

Kim Burtard, Jackie O'Donnell, Jessica Abbott WFC's Childcare Assistance team discuss plans for Sunday's game.

  DHS's reception area -team members April Puter and Shannon Vassen give an assist to clients

LeeAnn Tallman, Nancy Ahrens, Alicia Griffin huddle near the tailgate snacks at the Workforce Center. 

Kezia Schmidt Child Welfare Support, Jessica Branson Operations take a time out for some treats. 

Mesa County Building officials verify the necessary accessibility requirements at the new senior living facility located at 628 26 1/2 Road.

 Mesa County Building officials inspect the new nursing and patient recovery facility at 2594 Patterson Road.

Deputy Janielle Westimire and Deputy Kandyce Stuckenschneider sit down for interviews for the Sheriff’s Office recruitment video.

Deputy Janielle Westimire talks about what it takes to be a Mesa County sheriff's deputy and why she decided to join.
Deputy Kandyce Stuckenschneider her experience working for the Mesa County Sheriff's Office.

KREX News Channel 5 Brandon Thompson interviews Acting Undersheriff Todd Rowell about Mesa County’s crime rates and what the Sheriff’s Office is doing to combat it.

Mesa County Public Works Project Manager Shawn Herron and Building Inspector Bob Lunsford at the 2012 IBC fire-resistive rated construction seminar.

Mesa County Chief Building Official Darrell Bay attends the 2012 IBC Fire Resistant Rated Construction seminar for or a review of how a building is classified as a specific type of construction, based on the construction materials and the various building elements’ resistance to fire.

Mesa County Building Department hosts annual code compliance classes taught by Steve Thomas from Colorado Code Consulting. Classes are open to the public. Many Western Slope building inspectors, firefighters, contractors, architects, and engineers attended this year’s seminar.

John Anderson with the Mesa County Building Department at the 2012 IBC Fire Resistant Rated Construction workshop.
Colorado Code Consulting Steve Thomas presents the 2012 IRC Conventional Light Framing and 2012 IBC Fire Resistant Rated Construction seminar.

Mesa County Assessor's Office Assessment Analyst helps a caller with a question regarding the assessed value of their property.

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