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Friday October 31, 2014

During his monthly department report to town trustees on Oct. 16, Police Chief Dan Sanders noted the work officers have been doing on four important and complicated cases.
“We plan to bring these very involved criminal cases to prosecution and/or grand jury in upcoming months,” Sanders’ report noted.

It was a blustery, snowy day Sunday, Oct. 12, to dedicate the new County Line Trailhead on the Grand Mesa. Given that this is a nordic ski and winter activities area, the weather rose to the occasion in preparation for the upcoming ski season!

c01 hudsonThe Delta County Independent has been notified that Hudson, the little munchkin cat living at the Cedaredge shelter, has been adopted to a new home.
Hudson was featured in a Sept. 24 article introducing the town’s new animal control officer. Hudson’s curricullum vitae in the story seems to have struck a sympathetic chord with a DCI reader and Hudson had his new home two days later.
Hudson is a munchkin: a cat with a breeding, or genetic, anomaly that produces very short legs.

Costs for both construction and operation of Cedaredge’s proposed new sewer treatment plant are on the rise according to a current engineers’ report.
Engineers and town officials are hoping they can put together a package of grants and low interest loans to fill the widening funding gap for construction.

Cedaredge trustees will discuss the first draft of a proposed marijuana growing ordinance at their Oct. 16 regular meeting.
The draft ordinance is the result of public safety concerns expressed by the mayor, town administrator, chief of police and trustees over large, indoor marijuana growing operations like one found in town earlier this year.

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