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Letter: GQ staff fine

If you want to know the condition of Granite Quarry’s staff, ask them, Phil, Scott, Shelly, Tanya, Steve, Jim and Mark all welcome your visits and questions about their  working conditions and/or environment. The Fire Department employees are all hired, trained and managed by our fire chief, Dale Brown, and you would be welcomed there also.

Our mayors are provided an office for their use at all times and when they are not on site, the office is vacant.

For the record, Mary Ponds has served on the SECU Board of Directors and during that time she lobbied for a Granite Quarry office. Some say she was instrumental in the new office location in Granite Quarry.

— James LaFevers

Granite Quarry

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