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The County’s aging infrastructure creates health and safety issues for County employees and the public, while
the cost of replacement will continue to rise each year consistent with the global market for materials and the
regional cost of labor. The County’s conservative approach to building these essential service delivery assets will be
characterized by little or no increase in taxes, saving money in current and near term budget cycles, seeking a variety
of funding sources, and closely managing construction costs. Further, these foundational facilities will be the core
assets required to meet the demands for service from a growing population of residents, businesses and visitors for
many years to come.
By 2023, Grand County residents will experience improved customer service
through updated facilities for Road & Bridge and Emergency Management Services,
based on an assessment to be completed not later than 2020.
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