By Denise Hight
Happy New Year! 2018 promises to be another wonderful year in Fruita. Before looking forward, let’s step back and remember just a few of the many events that occurred here in 2017.
A Fruita icon is restored. One of Fruita’s oldest buildings, located at 150 S. Park Square, was renovated by its new owners, Colorado Backcountry Biker. The building which housed the Park Hotel, offered hotel accommodation throughout the 20th century and in to the 21st, even after a retail bicycle business opened on the first floor, making it the oldest business in Mesa
Do you want to bring positive change to the world? Or at least make a difference in your own community? This could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
The next Fruita city election will be held on April 3, 2018, and candidates are needed to run for city council. There will be three available positions. The terms are for four years. Two seats are held by councilors completing their first term on council, and those councilors are eligible to run for re-election if they choose. The third seat is currently held by Councilor Bruce Bonar. He has served two