LEFT TO RIGHT, Pastor Jay McCarl, of Cool; Ron Wolsfeld, of Coloma; Pastor David Torres, Garden Valley Chapel; President of the Georgetown Divide Chamber Ken Calhoun, of Pilot Hill; and Ellsworth Rose, Family Care for Motherload Church, of Georgetown, meet to discuss their plans to reduce costs in the county. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Group takes aim at permit process and fees

By From page A1 | November 12, 2012

A meeting of a group dedicated to reinvigorating the economy of the Divide by stimulating more construction work is scheduled for Nov. 13 in Coloma and the public is invited.

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