LETTER TO THE EDITOR OCT. 17, 2017
Moving day for the library-in late May or early June of 1998-was fun and exciting. After work I collected a grocery cart full of books at what now is the police station, joined the parade to the new building, deposited cart & books, and then did it again.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR OCT. 17, 2017
To the editor:
James Bond shoots Russian Agents with his silencer equipped Walther .380 ( that Miss Moneypenny gave to him) and the sound is 'Psssssssst'. Not even as loud as a balloon exhausting its air flitting around the room.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR OCT. 20, 2017
An Inside Look...
In 1997, the Montrose Library hired me to work in the Circulation and Technical Services departments. This began an eighteen year relationship, fulfilling a long time dream-to work in a library.
My first year at the library was an eye opener. I had been a life long library user, but never did I imagine all that goes on "behind the scenes"at the library and how hard library staffs work to serve the needs of each and every person who enters.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR OCT. 20, 2017
Years ago I had a co-worker who was born in Lebanon and came from an ethnic Armenian heritage. He was a very intelligent guy and subtly humorous.
MCSO Blotter 10/18/17 0754-A deputy took an information call in the 62000 block of Ohlm Road. 0853-A deputy responded to a stray dog in the 62000 block of LaSalle Road. 0846-Crystal D. Quinlan, 56, was cited for speeding in the 12000 block of 6300 Road. 0925-A deputy took a theft report in the 14000 block of 6360 Road. 0919-Deputies assisted a citizen at the intersection of 6360 Road an Massachusetts Street. 0935-Chase Dawirs, 27, was arrested on an outstand warrant in the 1200 Block of North Grand Avenue. 1023-A deputy took an information report in the 62000 Block of LaSalle Road. 1021-Breena Nicholas, 26, was arrested in the 7400 block of 6075 Road. 1056-Chelsey A. Church, 27, was cited for speeding at the intersection of Marine Road and L Road. 1100-Megan Nation, 37, was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 1200 block of North Grand Avenue. 1107-A deputy took an information report in the 58000 block of Jasmine Road. 1213-A deputy responded to a stray dog in the 12000 block of 6495 Road. 1241-Deputies responded to the 1200 block of North Grand Avenue for an information report. 1406-Shanna L. Guerrero, 40, was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 1200 block of North Grand Avenue. 1427-Deputies responded to suspicious activity in the 62000 block of LaSalle Road. 1546-Deputies responded to a 911 hang up in the 19000 block of Pahgre Road. 1820-A deputy responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of North Coffman Lane. 2049-Deputies responded to a pair of stray bulls in the 8000 block of 6075 Road. 2156-Deputies responded to an alarm in the 1000 block of 5850 Road. 2242-A deputy conducted a field interview in the 10000 block of 6075 Road. 2252-Benjamin Davila, 38, was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 10000 block of 6075 Road. 2256-A deputy conducted a field interview in the 10000 block of 6075 Road. 10/19/17 0233-A deputy conducted a field interview in the 700 block of Chipeta Road. 0400 -A deputy responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 11000 block of 6225 Road. Deputies conducted 2 civil processes 10 directed patrols 1 security check 2 VIN inspections Chase A. Davirs, 05/12/90 Delta, CO By Montrose Co. SO Failure to Apper x 4 Bond $103,000.00 Breena L. Nicholas, 08/11/91 Montrose, CO By Montrose Co. SO Failure to appear x 2 Bond $600.00 Megan M. Nation, 11/30/79 Montrose, CO By Montrose Co. SO Failure to appear Bond $300.00 Shanna L. Guerrero, 07/15/77 Montrose, CO By Montrose Co. SO Fugitive from justice Bond $500.00 Michael J. Leach, 10/06/79 Montrose, CO By Montrose PD Fugitive from justice x 2 Bond $5000.00 Benjamin L. Avila, 07/30/79 Montrose, CO By Montrose Co. SO Fugitive from justice Bond $625.00
We are voting YES on the library initiative, ballot measure 5A. For an annual cost less than a night out or an evening at the movies, we will get a tremendous return on our investment, restoring programs, hours, and services lost due to the budget decline triggered by the 2008 recession.
Colorado outfitter, Indiana man pay big fines for hunting violations
MONTROSE, Colo. - The owner of a Colorado outfitting business and an Indiana man recently paid more than $7,000 in fines for violating numerous state hunting regulations during the 2016 big-game season.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources conducted the investigation. Jerald Flowers, co-owner of Hot T Camp near Montrose, paid $1,512 in fines; and Charles Conner of Boonville, Ind., paid $5,766.
Palisade firm and adviser permanently barred by Securities Commissioner
Risky trading, disclosure issues lead to license revocation for Barbara Endres and Lifetime Wealth Advisors, LLC.
DENVER -Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has signed an order permanently revoking the securities licenses of Barbara Endres and her firm, Lifetime Wealth Advisors, LLC, in the state of Colorado. Endres' firm is located in Palisade, Colorado.
Links to latest MPD reports: https://co-montrose4.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/34328 https://co-montrose4.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/34329 https://co-montrose4.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/34334 https://co-montrose4.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/34336
Citizens Urged to Apply for Open Planning Commission Seats
Montrose, CO - Citizens interested in taking on an important role in local government have the opportunity to apply for two vacant positions on the City of Montrose Planning Commission, as well as two openings for alternates.
The Planning Commission reviews planning, zoning, subdivision, land use, and development requests and makes recommendations to City Council; promotes public interest and education in land use and development matters; and participates in the process for updating the city's Comprehensive Plan.
Planning Commission meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month beginning at 5 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.
To be eligible to serve on the Planning Commission, citizens must reside within the city limits and be eligible to register to vote. Commissioners are appointed for four-year terms.
Residents interested in applying are invited to submit an application and letter of interest to the City Clerk. Applications are available at City Hall, 433 S.
Correction to Issue 241-
The Montrose Mirror offers condolences to the family of Montrose City Planning Commissioner Tom Busker.
Mr. Busker passed away in August; however, as of Oct.
Here is the report from MPD for Oct. 4: Link to press for 10-4-17 http://www.cityofmontrose.org/DocumentCenter/View/34299
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