Big plans are on the horizon for Pueblo County, after a difficult year of helping local businesses in the region due to the impacts of COVID-19.
Pueblo County Commissioners Council Chairman Garrison Ortiz shared some thoughts on the challenges of the past year and how they were overcome.
“I am really proud of the administrative team that we have put together over the last year,” he said, saying it was the team that made most of the county’s projects successful.
“For example, when the county closed the Wells Fargo building, we had to find the second 50% of the purchase price of that building in 36 hours. This only happens if you have a top team. “
He noted that overall, the county has raised approximately $ 8 million in CARES Act funds to help …
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