GreenSpot Inc. signed a lease with Red Rock Plaza LLC for its first store location at 792 Highway 133, next to the Co-op in Carbondale. Contact numbers are 963-4206 and fax: 963-4301. GreenSpot Inc. provides accessible and competitive sustainable living solutions for architects, contractors, homeowners and do-it-yourselfers. It sells green building products, materials and services to customers, as well as carefully-evaluated healthy products for living. For information, contact John McKenna at 963-4206 or visit http://www.greenspot.com.
James Mason and Mark Iddings have joined the Bullock & Hinkey Real Estate team. Jim is a second-generation Coloradan and has lived in the Glenwood Springs area for more than 30 years. He has been involved in many facets of the real estate industry, including development, construction, sales and consulting, and most recently, was named top producer for 2006 at his previous firm and the Locals Choice Best Realtor 2003.
Mark has been in the valley since 1970, and has been active in construction and real estate for more than 30 years. Most recently he was managing broker at Lakota Canyon Ranch. He has been active in the community, serving on various boards such as the Glenwood Planning and Zoning Commission, Mountain Valley, Garfield County Library and the Colorado Mountain College Community Advisory Board. Call Jim at 618-4704 or Mark at 379-2738.
Richard Eberle to the sales staff at Bray & Co. Real Estates new office in Rifle. Richard is a native of Glenwood Springs, and brings a lifetime of experience in the area to his clients. Visit Richard at the new Rifle office at 426 Railroad Ave. for all your real estate needs.
Fell Real Estate congratulates Katie Marquette as Augusts Broker of the Month. Thank you for your outstanding performance!
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Glenwood Springs Police Chief Joseph Deras lamented his department’s inability to maintain a constant presence downtown during a virtual public forum Monday night.