Subcontractors say they still haven’t been paid for work on City Market. Subcontractors who help build the new City Market by the Mesa Mall say they still haven’t been paid and now they are filing foreclosure papers against the company. NBC 11 News reports Melvin Weaver owner of MK Services says several months ago he filed a lien against City Market in hopes of recouping around $100,000 owed to him by the main contractor Mark Young Construction. Weaver feels that City Market needs to make sure that the construction company paid everyone that was involved in the project. According to local title experts, City Market can still place a bond on the lien that would allow the store to stay open and send the dispute to court.
Source: NBC 11 News (Posted 5:05p by Jim Kapp)
Crimestoppers looking for burglar(s) involved in two different condos. Crime Stoppers needs your help to identify and locate suspect(s) that were involved in burglarizing two different condos in the same building located at 125 Franklin Avenue. The first incident occurred on November 27th the second occurred a month later on December 27th, 2010. The total combined loss is over $2,000. If you have any information about this crime, or have any information about any other crimes,call 241-7867…
(Posted 5:06p by Jim Kapp)
2010 not bad for Telluride. Looking back 2010 wasn’t such a bad year for Telluride. According to the Daily Planet, it saw the economy bounce back after a severe dive, two affordable housing projects are up and running, and the town ultimately ended up with more revenues than it planned for. In his semi-annual state of the town address yesterday Mayor Stu Fraser pointed out the positives of last year but also cautioned that the city still has some challenges ahead including large-scale infrastructure projects that need to be funded, energy goals that have yet to be achieved and a new water treatment plant that needs construction.
Source: Daily Planet (Posted 5:08p by Jim Kapp)
Aurora man charged with murder of his girlfriend’s 2 yr old son. An Aurora man charged with murder in the death of his girlfriend’s 2-year-old son waited two hours to call 911 according to the police. Theodore Madrid, said he was drunk and high on marijuana Jan. 5 when he went after the toddler. The Daily Press says Madrid was charged Monday with first-degree murder and two counts of child abuse resulting in death. He is being held in the Arapahoe County jail without bond.
Source: Montrose Daily Press (Posted 5:09p by Jim Kapp)