Business
Monday December 29, 2014

DMEA is focusing on two new customer service initiatives that the utility intends will improve response to customer needs.
The Read Service Center will be reopened for part-time customer service in 2015.

Delta County Memorial Hospital dietary and nutrition services organized a competition between hospital departments and clinics to see which team would bring in the most food. The winning team was a combination of obstetrics/Stork’s Landing, medical records and radiology departments with 876.2 pounds of food.

The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has announced the updated list of counties that qualify for Enhanced Rural Enterprise Zone (EREZ) status. OEDIT is required to review qualifying data set forth per statute and to update EREZ status every two years.

Due to minimal natural snowfall and warmer than average temperatures, Powderhorn Mountain Resort has postponed its planned opening date of Dec. 11 until further notice.
“Mother Nature has only provided the resort with 12 inches of natural snowfall and warmer night time temperatures, which has limited our snowmaking capabilities.

The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) blueprint for improving the state’s transportation system over the next 10 to 25 years now is available for public review and comment.
Known as the Statewide Transportation Plan (SWP), it includes the goals and objectives to enhance safety, mobility, maintenance and economic vitality.

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