Monday, February 25, 2019

This Week in Pics

Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner reminds residents that if your mortgage company doesn't pay your taxes and if you want to pay in two parts your first half payment is due this week! February 28th to be exact. Pay on the web at or get it in the mail right away.
Workforce Center Employment Specialists Victor Carreras (left) and Michael Smith (right) attend training for the 7 Smart Strategies for 50+ Job Seekers, sponsored by Skillful and AARP Foundation.
Animal Services Officer Trainee Rebecca Dillon stands alongside Field Training Officer Lisa Armour on her first week of training on road duty. Congratulations, Rebecca!
Animal Services Officer Trainee Mitchel Guzikowski is hard at work washing dishes used for the care of the animals in the shelter.
Mesa County Treasurer Sheila Reiner (right) spent her day off on Monday (Presidents Day) spending some time with Charlie (center) at Mesa County Animal Services. Good news, her husband (left), Utah Reiner approves, and she can adopt him!
The adoption is completed, and Charlie is ready to go to his new loving home!

Matt Younger with the Hazardous Waste Collection Facility loads a can of oil-based paint into a can crusher. Oil-based paint is considered hazardous waste, so the paint is drained into a larger drum and sent out for recycling. The Hazardous Waste Collection Facility accepts paint from Mesa County businesses and residents.

The calm after the storm: Solid Waste Management employees were treated to a lovely view of the Uncompahgre hills as they shoveled access and walking paths after the blizzard-like weather cleared up early last Saturday morning.
This week, at the Mesa Mall, the Public Works Division spoke with local children regarding traffic safety, safety when handling and disposing of hazardous waste, and road and bridge safety concerns. Pictured above are Road and Bridge staff members Jarrod Houck (left) and Heather Conder (right).

Jay McLarty mans the Mesa County Hazardous Waste booth at the 2019 Safety Fair. Kids have the opportunity to visit different stations to get helpful safety tips from a variety of organizations.

The Mesa County Safety Council promotes safety awareness among the public, students, and organizations. Pictured above: Traffic Technicians Nichole Frazier and Brady Sartain talk to kids about road safety.
Each year Mesa County Road and Bridge, Traffic, Hazardous Waste, and the Sheriff's Office, as part of the Mesa County Safety Council, participate in the Mesa County Safety Fair held at the Mesa Mall. Pictured here: Matt Nichols and Travis Cole.
Mesa County Solid Waste Regulatory Compliance Manager Ryan Kyle talks to children about properly disposing of hazardous waste at the Safety Fair.
Road Manager Rudy Bevan (left) and Heather Conder pause for a picture at the 2019 Safety Fair Friday afternoon.

Commissioner Scott McInnis studies his latest grammar lesson to improve his Spanish communication skills.
Public Information Officer & Legislative Liason Stephanie Reecy (center) and Chief Deputy Clerk Heather Benjamin (right) observe legislative proceedings at the Colorado State Capitol House Chamber Floor where Colorado State Representative Janice Rich (left) is voting on bills that affect Mesa County. 

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