Casey, Harrison join Re/Max teamTwo new agents have joined the A-Team Inc. at Re/Max Mountain West. Jeanne Casey has been helping make real estate dreams come true since 1991. She brings a wealth of experience with her, meeting the needs of first-time homebuyers to investors’ tax-deferred exchanges. She has earned the CRS and GRI designations by taking continuing education classes. Contact Casey at 928-8999 (The A-Team office) or 379-1994 (cell). Wendy Harrison also has joined The A-Team Inc. at Re/Max Mountain West. Harrison specializes in properties located from New Castle to Parachute with properties including small ranches, single-family homes and developments. She has had the pleasure of seeing her clients’ dreams come true over the past eight years and looks forward to continuing her relationships with present clients and meeting the needs of future customers. Harrison has earned the GRI designation through continuing education classes. Contact Harrison at 928-8999 (The A-Team office) or 618-4554 (cell). Kirchner earns exclusive Realtor honorHome Route’s Relocate-America.com has named Lynn M. Kirchner of Amore Realty has been named the exclusive Realtor to the Roaring Fork Valley. Relocate America is a national real estate marketing company specializing in providing consumers with important relocation information. Consumers can access and receive information on local events and businesses within the community and specifics on buying, selling and owning a home.Kirchner understands today’s consumer and believes that emphatic communication, tireless and uncompromising service and a strong understanding and use of today’s technologies are essential elements of a successful real estate transaction. She has more than 25 years of human resources and relocation experience, in addition to her CRB, CRS and GRI designations of professional real estate.Visit Kirchner and Amoré Realty at http://www.amorerealty.com.New Castle hairstylists attend style showNoreen Nolan of Making New Waves Salon, and Moureen Maznio of Mo Hair Salon, both of New Castle, just returned from sharpening their skills at the Redken 2005 International Symposium at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas.Both hairstylists received the latest in modern innovative styles and new designs for 2005.For more information, contact Noreen of Making New Waves, 984-3771; or Mo of Mo Hair, 984-2746. Edward Jones adds investment repEdward Jones investment representative Hollis E. Kelley Jr. announced today that a second investment representative, Jay McGlade, joined his office in Glenwood Springs on Feb. 1.A native of western Colorado, McGlade is a recent graduate of Mesa State College with a BA in business management after serving in the Navy for four years.McGlade will work out of Kelley’s office over the next several months, and then open a third Edward Jones office in Glenwood Springs.Edward Jones has more than 9,000 offices in the U.S. and through its affiliates in Canada and the United Kingdom.Edward Jones has more than 9,000 offices in the U.S. and through its affiliates in Canada and the United Kingdom.
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Garfield County proceeds with $87,250 bid to clean up Glenwood-area homeless camps, illegal dump site
Garfield County will move ahead with an $87,250 contract to clean up a privately owned hillside property east of Walmart in Glenwood Springs that for multiple years has served as a homeless encampment.