The Montrose Chamber of Commerce hosted the second annual Western Slope Chamber Executive Meeting on July 29 at the Bridges Golf Course and Country Club. Topics discussed were ballot initiatives, oil and gas, membership, industry trends, and events and fundraisers. Top row, left to right, are chamber executives: Stephanie Kobald (Meeker), Frank Ladd (Rifle), Diane Schwenke (Grand Junction), Dena Guttridge (Cortez), Juliann Adams (Palisade), Brad McCloud (Delta), Joni Bates (Glenwood Springs) and Tammy Scott (Gunnison). Bottom row, left to right: Jack Llewellyn (Durango), Jenni Sopsic (Montrose), Andrea Stewart (Carbondale) and Kristin Steele (Rangely).
Meeker High School graduate Katie Stewart presented her research, analysis and recommendation on Meeker’s sales tax leakage, which earned her a masters degree from Colorado Mesa University. Related
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