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A Grand County citizens group has leveled accusations of “double dipping” for mileage reimbursement against a Grand County commissioner. The group, Citizens for Transparency in Grand County Government, presented documents at the July 15 county commissioner’s meeting that appear to indicate Commissioner James Newberry had filed expense reports for the same mileage to both the Colorado River Water Conservation District and Grand County. The group obtained the documents through open records requests to the county and the Colorado River Water Conservation District. Newberry, who is the board president for the River District, told the Sky-Hi News on Monday that he …
The Grand County commissioners decided to table a proposal to rezone the former Highland Lumber building on U.S. Highway 40 in Tabernash, which might become a medical-marijuana grow facility. Wells Fargo Bank took ownership of the 11-acre parcel and building after foreclosing on the owner. Realtor Lance Gutersohn, who represented Wells Fargo, is seeking to rezone the land from tourist to business. The property is already under contract with a potential buyer who intends to turn the facility into a medical marijuana grow operation, Gutersohn said. Whether the buyer closes on the contract is contingent on rezoning, county and state …