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Grasmick Declares Intention to Run for Commissioner

  My name is Tom Grasmick and I am pleased to announce my intent to run for Prowers County Commissioner in District 1. As a lifelong resident of Prowers County, I have the desire and drive to represent the people of this great county and do my part to continue to make this a wonderful […]

Granada Residents Discuss SECPA Utility Sale

Granada residents will decide in a special election next April, whether they wish to sell their electric utility system to SECPA, Southeast Colorado Power Association. Currently, the town purchases its power from SECPA and resells it to local customers. Selling the system back to SECPA would eliminate the town as a middle man. Richard Wilson, […]

Granada Trustees Cover Levees, Safe Sidewalks Project and Street Survey

  The Granada Town Trustees were informed that repairs to the town’s dike system for certification may be on hold for a while.  Trustee Jerene DeBono said she was informed by Thuy Patton, Flood Mapping Coordinator for the Colorado Water Conservancy Board, that some communities are having difficulty finding funding for the needed upgrades.  “They’re […]

State to Granada on Landfill-Correct It or Close It

Granada Trustee Jerene DeBono led an open meeting for local residents, Wednesday, April 10, informing them of the changes needed at the Granada landfill as mandated by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment, based on a site inspection several months ago.  DeBono said there were about 19 deficiencies requiring correction and some of those […]

Water Restrictions Set for Granada, Grasmick Back on Board

Granada residents will be under water restrictions from August 13 to the end of the month while repairs are made to one of the town’s water storage tanks.  Town Crew Manager, John McMillan said support beams under the roof of the tank need replacing and he anticipates that the water will become dirty during repairs.  […]

Granada Trustees Discuss Water Tank Rental

The Granada water tower is being considered as host site for an antenna for Ark Valley Internet or Atmos Energy. Tom Schlesener, an Atmos representative, explained to the Granada Trustees during their February 8 meeting, his company’s antenna would be used to conduct meter readings in the community in a two mile radius. Atmos is […]