Editor's Note: Part four of this series of articles on the Grant County Commission work and regular sessions will address the rest of the regular meeting agenda, with discussion during work and regular sessions included.

By Mary Alice Murphy

At the work session on Tuesday, July 18, 2017, Grant

Dave Schuhmann continues his photographic chronicle of the construction of Denny’s. Only slight changes this time, and the big hole on Gold Street is still open.

Editor's Note: Part three of this series of articles on the Grant County Commission work and regular sessions will address the public comments and the discussion in the regular meeting on the amended joint powers agreement among the members of the New Mexico Central Arizona Project Entity.

By Mary

Editor's Note: Part two of this series of articles on the Grant County Commission work and regular sessions begin with a presentation on the Affordable Housing Plan and a presentation on property taxes and gets into the agenda items.

By Mary Alice Murphy

After the presentation on the proposed

Photographer Dave Schuhmann was invited, today, Thursday, July 20, 2017, by the workers to go inside to see what’s happening in there, too. They told him that Denny’s would be open soon, pending final stages of construction.

Editor's Note: Because this has been a busy week for long meetings, these commission meetings will be covered in a series. This first article will begin with what was discussed in the work session prior to the review of the Thursday regular session agenda.It addresses a discussion on the proposed

Heard presentation on restorative justice

[Editor's Note: Because this author was also at the Gila Regional Medical Center emergency meeting, she was late to this meeting and missed the first part of GCCHC Director Cari Lemon's report.]

By Mary Alice Murphy

At the bi-monthly (every two months)

Photographer Dave Schuhmann chronicles the fast moving progress on the outside of Denny's today Wednesday, July 19.

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