Delta
Tuesday May 26, 2015

The weekend closure of Main Street at 2nd Street slopped over into the early part of this week after the City of Delta uncovered valves and water lines that had been buried for decades.
The decision to replace those valves cost some time, said Steve Glammeyer, City of Delta utilities/public works director, “but I don’t want to have to dig this up again in two years.”

The Board of County Commissioners has sent a letter supporting the concept and a step-by-step process in evaluating the proposed Thompson Divide gas lease exchange.
The letter was approved by the BoCC at its meeting Monday, May 18.

“The best day of my life was the day I got arrested.” “Drug Court gave me back my life.”

The halls of several Delta County schools were buzzing last week with rumors of superheroes as masked and caped crusaders accompanied Delta County Library staff members to a number of lucky classrooms. These dynamic teams used both superpowers and well-honed librarian skills to spread the word about this year’s summer reading program.

For tax years 2015 and 2016, the county assessor is required by law to appraise all real property at a June 30, 2014, level of value. Notices of Valuation reflecting the 2015 values were to be sent to owners of real property by May 1.

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