Granby Downtown Design Committee thanks all who helped with parking area project |

Granby Downtown Design Committee thanks all who helped with parking area project

To the Editor:It is that time of year to give thanksgiving and recognition for the valued people in your life, and the Granby Downtown Design Committee would like to express their sincere thanks for the many people who helped construct the event parking lot fence on U.S. Highway 40.After the many months of planning, designing and working with the various trades, our vision became a reality. The five panels depicting the various interests and sports enjoyed in Grand County were delivered in mid-October and installation was completed on Nov.20.Many thanks go out to the following people: Penley Concrete Dinah Brown at Stone Ages for stone Ken with Shadow Mountain Plaster & Stone for installation of stone Justin Frank from Knotty Pine Forge for steel work Bill Spurlin with Spurlin Electric for electrical Michael Forest Lighting for lighting Joel Moore and crew from the Granby street departmentA special thank you goes out to Dinah Brown for donating the entire cost of the Durango Mountain Ledge Stone to the project. She worked diligently with suppliers to get and find a product to fit our design needs.And to Joel Moore and his crew for prepping the site, installing the timbers and overseeing all the construction.Thank you all for your interest, support and hard work. We look forward to future collaborations in making Granby a grand town.The Downtown Design CommitteePeter Butrymovich , Betsy Cook, Laurie Findley, Kathy Hulley, Jeanie Kemp, Rod Lock, Tom Pierro, and Michele Snow

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